Technically, this blog was for May 1 – and I happen to be writing it on Easter Sunday, and it seems fitting.
The immaterial, weightless nature of the soul is all but forgotten now – the truth and immediacy of it – so real…
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Started by Roy Williams Nov 29, 2012.
Started by Deb. Last reply by Deb Oct 1, 2012.
I had this idea a while ago, after writing something said by and animal totem that came close to me.
This is what the cards will look like, I now just have to design the symbols and writing that has to go on it.Continue
Posted by An-Hu-Nu on April 14, 2013 at 11:54am
From the Study of an ancient Science of Spirit, the modern-day Spiritual Warrior looking for a greater reality than the western society materialist paradigm can provide needs only to look deeply at water to begin his journey.
Water is alive. It is the lifeblood of the Earth. "Water is a mysterious substance, yet we take it for granted. Water has its own living energy, and if water dies, our Earth dies with it. In his life's work, Victor Schauberger shows us the consciousness of Gaia in…
Posted by Arizona Flame on March 22, 2013 at 3:55am
So many books and teachings on Enlightenment, Self Realization.
It's hopeless, no use, no "thing" out there will save you in your quest.
The answer you seek,
is not in a book, or an article, website, on the holy lips of the teacher.
Not in a sentence or a word, or the sound of chanting.
Not in the body, mind, emotions, subtle bodies, or a soul.
Posted by Dan Kelso on February 17, 2013 at 6:00pm
Yesterday began with a meaningful meditation. Afterwards, a lesson from the Upanishads, "Ahimsa paramo dharma," "nonviolence is the highest law," continued to build the bliss.
It's good to be good, I thought, as I somewhat smugly set off to run some errands. Then, closing the front door, I heard it. The hollow sound of an empty water bottle being tossed to the sidewalk in front of our house. Rushing out to it, I pick it up and see the teenaged litterer, earbuds, backpack and all,…
It happened again.
No wonder Rumi used drunkeness as a metaphor.
Not the dulling intoxication of the mind,
But the mystical bliss of Oneness.
Not the "one" with the "One," either.
Tat tvam asi, tat tvam asi.
Thou art that, thou art that.
Posted by Roy Williams on December 6, 2012 at 9:00am
Posted by Junipur on January 11, 2012 at 7:53pm
1. Sleep Patterns change , get used to it ..
2. Flashes of Great Inspiration , Don't worry ..
3. Sudden waves of Emotion from your Heart Chakra , Don't be hard on YourSelf ..
4. old issues keep coming back , they are Deeply Cleaning ..
5. Your Whole Psysical & Mind Can Change ..
6. Your 6th Sense Opens Up to Spirit And Your Guides .. Never fear !
7. You'll see the World with New Eyes , Keep In The Flow ..
8. Break Free of old habbits…