Monthly Archive: May 2017

May 30

Doing nothing…

 

May 30

The Drama We Hold So Close

Look at your life and what it has become. Are you where you want to be? The truth is we are all a mess dealing with the same issues. We are all the problem causing the problem, now its time to be the solution. Once you free your mind you will realize that the real …

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May 30

Running Towards Your Dreams Or From Your Fears?

When it comes to your life goals, are you running towards your dreams or away from your fears?  This is a super important question to ask ourselves when it comes to goal setting, and it’s one that is often overlooked. See, we all carry limitations and fears. Unfortunately, sometimes these limitations encourage us to tackle …

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May 30

Being Present in the Present

Living History: We are surrounded, enamored and consumed by our past. It is in everything, everywhere and everyone we know. It is our comfort zone, our personal security blanket to protect us from the world. Our past does not haunt or stalk us. It is in us. It lingers in the shadows of our minds …

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May 29

WHY BE NORMAL? The Radical Revolution of Being Yourself

By Parvati Devi | Guest writer for Wake Up World One of the pivotal quotes that shaped my life growing up was from one of my favorite musical icons, David Bowie: “The worst trick God can play is to make you an artist, but a mediocre one.” Internalizing my version of his message, my motto …

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May 29

Enlightenment in the East: Misunderstood & Misinterpreted

By Jason Gregory Enlightenment in the East is often misunderstood and misinterpreted. It is completely different from the philosophical movement known as “the Enlightenment” in Europe during the 18th century. Eastern enlightenment is often studied but never experienced. It is usually viewed through our Western and modern linear view of life. Yet the Eastern view …

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May 29

Australian Aboriginals Know The Healing Power Of Stillness

by Jonathan Davis The healing power of listening in stillness. People have always experienced pain, and in the vast span of time before the colonial expansion of western culture, indigenous cultures weren’t without their methods of dealing with trauma. For centuries we’ve largely ignored the wisdom of those among us who are still directly connected to ancestral ways of knowledge. …

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May 29

The Reality of Truth: An Enlightening Journey Into Different Levels of Consciousness (Documentary)

We are living in a time that is equal parts chaos and creativity, as the world around us is changing at an-ever increasing rate. Politics, society, and culture as we know it are in the midst of an unprecedented evolution, which seems to be happening due in part to a massive paradigm shift. As many …

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May 28

The Human Energy Field and the DNA

From CoreSpirit.com Every human being has an energy field around their body. Some people call it the aura, or the luminous energy field, or simply the human energy field. The purpose of this article is not only to prove the existence of the human energy field, but also to explore the function of our DNA, …

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May 28

The universe is responding…

 

May 28

Valerian for Sleep ~ Herbal Remedy for Insomnia

Valerian herbal supplements are widely used to combat sleeplessness, anxiety and stress. This all-natural remedy is derived from the valerian plant root and comes in many forms. How does it fight insomnia? Is it safe and effective to use? Natural remedies containing valerian plant have been used for centuries—record of valerian’s pharmacologic uses goes back …

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May 28

When Does Our Consciousness Transform From Being Purely Intuitive To Linear Thought?

Rather than looking at consciousness as belonging to a child or an adult, let us look at the idea of consciousness being both an energy and at the same time a state of being. There are two states: one state is becoming, when we use the potential, the activity and the power to change what …

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May 27

Too Much Stuff

 

May 27

How To Stop Thinking (How to Stop Thought) – Teal Swan

How do I stop thinking or stop thought all together? Are you over thinking about negative things or about someone too much? Stopping thought relates to quieting the mind and focusing on a specific subject. When we are thinking, we are not present with all of ourselves. We are not present with our bodies. We …

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May 27

In Higher Dimensions We Could See Past, Present And Future Events Simultaneously

by Cynthia McKanzie | MessageToEagle.com Did you know that if we could access higher dimensions we could see all past, present and future events appear before our eyes simultaneously? We could see the construction of the  pyramids at Giza, the end of World War II and an important event of the future we still know …

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May 27

You Can Stop Playing This Game Anytime You Like

They are not in control of anything. That is an illusion of this game that you’re playing. The game tells you that there are these others who are out there somewhere in powerful positions, and they are calling the shots. The reason that we say you can chalk that up as an illusion is because …

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May 26

Do We Have Free Will?

by Larry G. Maguire Do We Have Free Will? This morning I hopped off the bus at Ormond Quay, a couple of stops ahead of my usual Bachelor’s Walk stop. The sun was shining and it was mild, a very beautiful morning really, so I didn’t mind walking. Besides, the traffic was mental so I …

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May 26

The ATTRACTING POWER of Expectation (Creation Starts In The MIND!)

Expectation has a great attracting power. When the mental attitude corresponds with efforts it creates a magical power formula for success. Without expectation, it is difficult to attract and create what is wanted. Expectation is powerful; it carries the vibration of absoluteness. With expectation there is determination to achieve the thing wanted, and this forms …

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May 26

The Ancient Eastern Science of the Nervous System

The following is excerpted from Fasting the Mind: Spiritual Exercises for Psychic Detox by Jason Gregory, published by Inner Traditions. The spiritual path of Buddhism came into existence as a result of this yearning to completely slow down our nervous system so we can experience real freedom. In Sanskrit such freedom is called nirvana, meaning …

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May 26

Spiritual Awakening on a Holiday

by Frank M. Wanderer Being on a holiday is a great time for most people. The permanent obligation to meet expectations ceases for a while, we are relieved, and we fell that a vacant place is created around us. We do with our time what we want, there is nor reason to hurry. We can …

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May 26

Spiritual Evolution: A Conspectus of Human Life

Human perception causes the kind of knowledge which takes things in their isolated and disconnected capacity, on account of which there is attraction and repulsion for them. The philosophy of this sort of perception is given in the Bhagavadgita: Yat tu kṛtsnavad ekasmin kārye saktam ahaitukam, atattvārthavad alpaṁ ca tat tāmasam udāhṛtam (Gita 18.22). The …

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May 25

Your Safest Haven – The True Source of Healing

There is no better protection than the refuge of unbounded sacred space, infinite awareness, and genuine warmth. Any external source of refuge is ultimately unreliable. Looking for refuge in money or material possessions cannot protect you from the pain of loss, because everything you have will be lost to you someday. No matter how good your …

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May 25

Education Expert Finds Scheduling Every Free Moment For Children Prevents Self Discovery

by Josh Richardson Are children scheduled to the max these days? Are there any waking moments that give children the freedom to express themselves in unstructured environments? Children should be allowed to get bored so they can develop their innate ability to be creative, an education expert says. Deschoolers maintain that a child’s learning should …

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May 25

The Lost Art of “Entertaining the Thought”

By Tim Bryant | Guest writer for Wake Up World “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” – Aristotle  From the moment of conception, the human mind is like a sponge, soaking up all the available information in its vicinity in an evolutionary attempt to form some concrete lens in which …

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May 25

The Dark Side of Empathy No One Talks about

The dark side of empathy is rarely noticed or talked about. Yet, it exists and can poison an empath’s life. Empathy is the capacity to be able to put oneself into another person’s shoes and understand their thoughts and feelings. An empath is a person who has the ability to resonate with other people, on …

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May 24

Silencing The Inner Critic

by Christina Feldman The nagging, negative voice of self-judgement, says Christina Feldman, is a powerful affliction best met with courage, kindness, and understanding. Unruly beings are like space. There’s not enough time to overcome them. Overcoming these angry thoughts. Is like defeating all of our enemies. —Shantideva The Buddha sat beneath the Bodhi tree on …

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May 24

The Ego Is Just Conscious Attention ~ Alan Watts

Alan Watts explains How The Ego Operates  

May 24

The mind is nothing but mischief

by Brian Thompson. The mind is nothing but mischief. Following its nonsense and rhetoric will only result in trouble and confusion. The stream of thought is the cause of all delusion, nothing else. Get out of it completely! Realize that which alone which is real—the nothingness of Self in which the mind (and the world …

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May 24

The Unmasking of the Real Self

by Frank M. Wanderer In our daily life we tend to cover our real face with a set of masks. Our personal identity is the collection of our various masks. We immediately put on one of those masks whenever we are not alone.  Whenever there is another person in the room with us, one of …

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May 24

The Path Less Traveled: The Inner Journey And How To Tackle It

Are you one of those whose truly seeking, truly searching for the deeper meaning of the moment to ignite your life? Plenty say they are, but then the Path Less Traveled is littered with people who fell by the wayside, those who took the soft, comfortable option of staying where they are, in that safe, …

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May 05

Something Infinite: Excerpt from book Dying To Be Me

Author Anita Moorjani wrote about her near death experience (NDE) in the book Dying To Be Me. In the book, Anita Moorjani uses the metaphor of The Warehouse to explain what it was like having an NDE. In chapter 8 she says: “Although I try to share my near-death experience here, there are no words …

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May 05

What happens when you bring meditation to public schools

Classrooms all over the country are trying something new: sitting and breathing.  

May 05

Hero Worship and The Shadow Self

by Stevie P Are you afraid of your own shadow? I’m not talking about the silhouette of yours on the ground; I’m talking about the psychological shadow. In Jungian psychology, the shadow is the collection of aspects of yourself that you deem unwanted or undesirable and hide deep in the caverns of your subconscious mind. …

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May 05

A Scientific Understanding of Reiki

by Tim Brainard If you are trying to understand how Reiki works from a Western perspective, you are probably especially interested in gaining a scientific understanding of Reiki. What’s really going on? Is it a scientifically valid form of alternative medicine? Does it belong in our hospitals? All of these questions hinge on the scientific …

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May 04

The Human “Aura” Observed Through Digital Metadata

By Anthony Tyler | Guest writer for Wake Up World Lately there has been an enormous flux of research recently, attempting to expand on the uncharted relationship that man has with electrical technology. With the streamline of the internet in modern culture, humans have found themselves immersed in the dimensions of raw data at a …

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