The berry of the Australian Blushwood tree has been found to kill cancerous tumors within 48 hours! Here is an exerpt from an article in the DailyMail.com:
“A team of medical researchers are on their way to finding a cure for cancer after the discovery of a an amazing rainforest berry which holds cancer fighting properties.
Scientists at QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute in Queensland have used an experimental drug produced from the seeds of the rainforest plant, Blushwood tree (Hylandia Dockrillii), which exclusively grows in far north Queensland, to cure solid cancer tumours in pre-clinical trials.”
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2785903/A-cancer-fighting-berry-tree-ONLY-grows-far-North-Queensland-human-trials-approved.html#ixzz4XGSa7taR
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We need to keep this news going. This discovery will almost certainly come under attack by big pharmaceutical companies. I would not be surprised if they try to either buy the rights and shelve it or, somehow, try to…
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We are Source – 15-Jan-2017
When you understand that you are not separate from anything or anyone or from Source, you experience yourself and everyone and everything as pure Love. Therefore, you are aware that all you experience and share is Love. Even when you judge something as not being Love, realize that all is Love, even though it may disturb you. It only disturbs you if there is something within you that is not Love. Then you may let that go and fill up the empty space with Love. Be aware that all you create and share is that which you are…Love. When you see and understand that everyone demonstrates Love to the extent that they know they are Love; when you see the similarities and not the differences between you and all others, do you build a bridge of Love.
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I was lying in the tub meditating yesterday and I realized that I have a tendency to write from a theoretical viewpoint, rarely getting very personal. Self-doubt has often plagued me being and anxiety too, leaving me afraid of making deep, loving connections with others. During my years of youth, I was often told that my feelings and emotions were wrong, that I needed to get my head out of the clouds, and to not question what I was told. My Soul could not accept many of the indoctrinated, judgmental, narrow, and rigid belief systems that were often imposed. I moved out of my parents’ house during the beginning of my senior year of high school. Luckily, I had already acquired most of my required credits to graduate and only went to school for half of the day. This allowed me to work enough to pay for my own apartment and to keep a quarter tank of gas in my 89’ Camaro, some of the time. There were times I lived out of this car and also put myself in some not-so-good situations. As a small child, I often spoke of moving and traveling, I wanted to move to California. I grew up in Indiana; one of the best things about my childhood was that my grandparents lived across the street. This allowed me to enjoy them (grandparents), horses, swimming, and running barefoot on soft, green grass with my little sister. Once I was out on my own I knew I had to get out of Indiana, I wanted to run, to run from the pain, to run from me. The inner craving to travel only grew stronger.
Arrangements to go to Montana fell into place, the running began. I spent the next five summers working for high-end “dude” ranches and in the winter I would often give a different state a try, only to feel Montana pull at my heart. I didn’t know how to be honest with myself during this time, I wanted to pretend, to pretend that all was great. I ignored the fact of how uncomfortable I was with myself, and my past, by drowning it all in alcohol. I drank so I could feel comfortable being around others, I drank to even be able to date. I just wanted to love and be loved and to feel close to others, but often believed I lacked this ability on my own.
My paternal Grandpa moved on from this life in 2010. I tried to make arrangements to go home for his funeral, however I did not have enough money and thankfully my parents decided not to loan me the money for a one-way ticket; I would have ended up needing to stay in IN for a while, at least long enough to earn enough cash to go somewhere else. Fortunately, I was “stuck” in Montana……and because of this I met my husband shortly after. It has been a long process of learning to surrender to life, to trust the natural plan that unfolds ever so perfectly. Crossing paths with the man who is now my husband has been one of the biggest blessings of this life. I also realized yesterday that the healing process really began for me once we started spending time together. He is a fire symbol, and I water, we balance things in such a way that I am often still surprised by it. Upon our meeting, we immediately surrounded ourselves with all of the elements. You would often find us camping in the woods, next to a lake, with a big fire blazing, hound dogs running around and a bottle of whiskey too. We bought a little travel trailer and camped in many places often waking up to a million dollar view for free.
Eventually, we settled down on a little horse farm in Georgia. Pondering the meaning of life really set in while riding on the backs of my four-legged friends through jungle-like trails in the Deep South. I began taking breaks from drinking. I started reading more along with examining just what it was that I was searching for. My partner in this life asked me to marry him on the night of my 26th birthday; 5 months later we were expecting our first. I knew I would not want to work full-time after giving birth and that my job on the farm was no longer going to work for me, or the owners. We struggled with what to do and ended up buying a 5th wheel! We were able to spend time with both families, who live in different states, travel, and have a consistent home to bring our baby home to. There were definitely some concerns when it came to living in a camper with a newborn, especially when traveling at night on the interstate and almost running out of fuel from lack of planning! Boy, did we become more structured! We ended up spending our first winter with our five- month- old son in Topock, AZ. It was wonderful; we hiked, visited a town with wild donkeys running around, spent time at beautiful national parks, and enjoyed the view and closeness of the Needles mountain range. I will never forget the day I sat on the back of our truck’s tailgate reading Revelations while looking at the jagged, rough range of the Needles Mountains. I knew that I was not going to find all of the answers I was searching for in the Bible. I couldn’t accept it as the whole truth. This started gnawing at me. I found myself standing in front of the Eastern Religion section at Hastings one day, the book Autobiography of a Yogi was staring at me. I bought it and had no clue why. I can remember going home and reading through it randomly, I felt an excitement I had never felt before. I thought, “This is something I can believe in.” But, I had no idea how to practice any of it in reality at that place in time. It seemed impossible, too good to be true. That is until our daughter was born.
Our children woke me up, they helped to ignite something within. One day when I was 7 or 8 months pregnant with our daughter, I was dancing with our son, he was basically sitting on top of my huge belly while we swayed to Van Morrison. I knew, I knew deep within that there is so much more than what we are often led to believe. I felt the Love of God, the eternity that we all experience, I knew there was too much love present to ever be separated. Separation started to become an illusion. After our daughter was born, I felt so much pain, pain that hurt in a way I couldn’t understand. Anxiety started to take over. I withdrew from friends, became a hermit, devoted myself to our kids, to my husband, meditation, and reading. I read every book of Yogananda’s that I could get my hands on. I started studying the Bhagavad Gita. Meditation hooked me quickly; I couldn’t believe that I could see purple Light swirling in my mind almost like clouds (reason for the name of this blog). And all of this honestly left me feeling more confused. There were relationships in my life that I could no longer participate in, they were based on somebody else’s truths. I had to honor the wounded child within. I had to accept all of these rejected parts of self that I had thrown to the side (something I am still working on). I had no idea where to turn, or who to ask for help. I hoped God would send me a Guru, I trusted that if it was meant to be it would happen. I was guided to a beautiful woman who has put her life’s work into Neurofeedback. Upon the very first session, my whole life was rocked, rocked in a way I was not ready for, or not ready to believe yet. I felt so light leaving her office, I could not stop smiling or believe I felt such peace inside of myself. When I meditated that night I immediately saw a blue Light. A Light that has continued to grow at a steady pace. If it wasn’t for the consistency of the changes experienced over the last couple of years I would have continued to think I was crazy. I can remember laying on our bed, looking at my husband while holding my hand over my heart and asking him what on earth was wrong with me. My heart felt ripped open, so amazingly delightful but intense. I had no idea what to do with myself, I paced the floor, drank ridiculous amounts of calming tea, and immersed myself in my studies and meditation whenever my little ones were resting. Thank goodness my partner believes in me, protects me, and loves me for me. I am amazed by how much children can teach us, and in awe of the endless capabilities that blossom when we are open to Unconditional Love. I share this because I want others to know how truly incredible Neurofeedback is. I am currently working on my B.A. in Psychology and it will be an honor to help others in facilitating their spiritual growth. I don’t know where my path will take me, but as of right now, I can’t think of using a better tool than Neurofeedback when it comes to offering therapeutic services that train the brain or assist us in finding our own Divine Spark. Well, until next time………
Love and Light to All! Embrace and enjoy your Journey and trust yourself!
So much Love to All.
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So thankful for beginning Sunday morning with this message! Had to keep sharing.
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The Most Profound Message Kryon Has Ever Given to Humanity
Published on Jan 7, 2017
Kryon delivers a timeless incredible message to lightworkers and humanity. Having a bad day? Come back to this channeling and how could you ever go wrong? This is everything you need to know about what it means to be a human on planet earth.
I just finished a course on World Religions, this is my written reflection for the last section.
As I reflect back on the material we studied during this course, I ask myself what stands out the most. What do I write about for this last paper? Immediately, the words of Sam Harris come to mind; I feel a relief that lightens the burden that can weigh on my mind, and it delights my emotions, again, to see Harris write the following, “Our situation is this: most of the people in this world believe that the Creator of the universe has written a book.” All scripture has been written by mankind. God has the power and is the power that allows us all to read, write, learn, grow, and to accumulate wisdom. All wisdom is inspired and guided by God. Can we not find history and guidance, good guidance, in all scripture? We are all connected to our Mother/Father, sharing the wisdom that we experience, and we are all experiencing God. Each religion is only defending its own history, its own knowledge. Knowledge that is a part of a whole. We are all instruments of God, capable of feeling, playing, and sharing His/Her Melody of Life. Now, let’s compare and contrast what the Word of God means within the Christian and Hindu traditions.
I am going to start with one of my favorite Bible verses, one that I am sure I have used before; “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.”(John 1:1) The Bible is telling us that sound originated in the beginning, the sound of God, a sound that is God. The original sound vibration, Om (AUM) is the sound of the origination and dissolution of the universe in the Upanishads. “Om is Brahman, the Primeval Being. This is the Veda which the knowers of Brahman Know; through it one knows what is to be known.”(Brihadaranyaka Upanishad 5.1.1.) “This breath (prana) is also Om.”(Brihadaranyaka Upanishad 1.3.23.) Not only is Om considered to be the creator of matter, but the very breath inside of us, the sound that gives life to our cells, and it is through our connection to Om that we may experience the Highest Knowledge. The Bhagavad Gita shares what is often still kept secret in chapter 8, line 13; Sri Krishna-“Whoever controls his mind and knowing that the soul resides in the forehead repeats the word, Om, knowing it as representing Brahma, and thinking of Me his soul leaves the body, that person shall attain the Supreme goal.” Trillions of cells are constantly buzzing and communicating in each and everybody. We are on a sphere that is spinning and moving at a rate of 1,040 miles/hour. Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California converted sound into light in 2009. The field of Cymatics is currently studying how sound and vibration are made visible. We also know that our most basic genetic material makes beautiful music. Moses has brought this to our attention if we are capable of questioning what society wants us to see. “Through faith, we understand that the worlds were framed by the Word of God so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.”(Hebrews 11:3) Some branches of Christianity may claim that the Word of God is only found in the Bible, but with closer inspection, it becomes quite questionable. If we strip the words of scriptures to their bare bones, we find more similarities than differences.
This world is made up of negative and positive poles. Each cell in our body is electrically charged to have a negative or positive polarity. We are only guessing how God views the ideas of good and bad until we have full-realization of God. If everything is Original Goodness in a constant process of change, and all that happens is a necessary agent for growth, then what is viewed as bad, is good for us too. Regardless of belief, or race and lineage, or what name we have given our Creator; God gives the gift of life to all of us, every day. This gift is given through the children that spring forth from every culture across the globe, in the life we are living right now, and in the eternal life that we are, because it is our birthright. All children are children of God, and all children share a similar makeup with their parents. I pray that all humans go beyond the written words of man and feel the call of the human Spirit, the Eternal Spirit fueling this cosmic play. God is the Creator of all the cosmos, the Mother, and Father to All. We are children of the stars, we are always floating amongst the stars, day and night; and, if there are more life forms out there in the some 2 billion galaxies that we know of, then the One God, the God of All, created this life too, and we all share our Eternal Home. When viewing Source as the Omega, we gain insight into an ultimate level where our connections can never be severed, that our temporary separation is only an illusion, and we see a God that is not indifferent or evil in any way, just One that knows all of His/Her children are always ultimately safe, connected and eternally snuggled within Creators Source Field of Love. Only by honoring the Life Force in everyone do we step closer to the full experience of God.
I skimmed over the story of Adam and Eve a couple of times while I was writing down Bible verses tonight, and a couple of new connections urge me to continue writing. The Axis Mundi is often pictured as a tree. A serpent is symbolic of the Kundalini. The Kundalini when awakened, rises up through the seven chakras. Once it pierces the third eye, the symbol of Om, the seat of Christ Consciousness it opens us to a knowledge beyond the knowledge of duality. The tree of knowledge to know all good and evil, to become like God begins to sound all too familiar. The energy that awakens at the bottom of the spine moves up like a serpent, resembling the pattern of DNA. When I looked up the meaning of Adam, I found that in Hebrew it means “to be red, of the Earth, man.” Our root chakra is red, it is the chakra that connects us to the lower realms, to earthly life, we have to overcome its animal desires. In Russian and Hebrew, Yeva means life; Yeva is a variant of Eve. This story of creation makes me question why it warns of knowledge beyond duality. God certainly created us to be infinitely intelligent beings. What is this secret behind good and evil?
We have spent so long dissecting, analyzing, and naming basic matter; matter that we know is all energy. All words, names, and sounds stem from one source; sound waves. Sound waves are produced by vibrations-little, tiny particles moving back and forth. Particles moving back and forth cause a wave. The faster the vibration, the higher the frequency. The higher the frequency, the harder to hear. The exchange of these sound waves, all vibrating at various frequencies give sound to the Universe. The very source that allows our communication with one another is the exact same. It does not care about our sexuality, ethnicity, status, or our chosen religion. The Christian, and the Muslim, engaged in an argument about religious righteousness are exchanging the exact same energy, energy that they are, regardless. As various religious practices, teachings, connotations, and dogmas play through the mind, I wonder and envision what all would look like if we were to wipe away all of the labels we have assigned. Amusement moves my being at the simplicity, and yet the majesty as to where the common truths all point. Are so many of the answers right there, but almost too simple for us to believe? We have created a beautiful web of complexity out of commonly found messages of truth; persistent we stay to try and prove that the essence of the message we were able to conceive and preserve is the righteous way, regardless of how many it may not contain. Turning to 1 John 1:5 in the King James version of the Holy bible we see the following: “This then is the message which we have heard of him and declare unto you, that God is Light, and in him is no darkness at all.” How can the Alpha and Omega not embody all that It is? Matthew 5:13-16 tells us, “You are the light of the world.”
Humanities’ search for meaning and truth in this life, continues to bare more offerings. I want to further discuss seeing reality and religion more clearly by engaging in the quote, “by His light all is lighted” found in The World’s Religions, by Huston Smith. Reflection upon a few of Mircea Eliade’s insights into symbolism are also engaged in hopes to connect some of the common themes found within various religious works, myths, and numerology. With each contemplative intake, symbolism has a way of deepening its meaning to the subject studying it. In recent studies and personal experiences, light and symbolism have both been presenting themselves as keys to unlocking more “hidden” passages into a greater reality.
The term enlightenment refers to an illuminated mind, or one who sees more light. Light is a wave of alternating electrical and magnetic fields. And like sound, the higher the frequency of a wave of light, the harder it is to see. The electromagnetic spectrum measures different lengths, and frequencies of light. The average human eye only sees 0.0001% of the electromagnetic spectrum. Interestingly, sound can increase the vibratory rate of the body (reason for mantras); increasing the vibratory rate of the body, allows more light to be seen.
We live in an age where we can watch the flash of light that occurs upon conception of human life on YouTube. Countless near death experiences give testimony to the light at the end of the tunnel. The human body literally glows, emitting a visible light that can now be detected through scientific machinery. It is only through light rays entering the physical eye, and the transduction of this light by the nervous system and brain that we are able to see, to make anything out of this outer world. Brandon West, contributor for Waking Times, describes the body as a holographic projection of consciousness. The following quote from scripture supports this statement, “For anything that becomes visible is light,” Ephesians 5:14. Color exists in light, bringing us to the rainbow.
Now, let us discuss God’s promise, the rainbow. Eliade clues us in as to how the symbolism of the sacred “are always on their way to becoming more universal.” In Greek mythology, we find the rainbow depicted as goddess Iris’s belt, or a footpath between heaven and Earth. Buddhist mythology also links the Earth to the heavens through the rainbow; Samsara, the world of illusion to Nirvana, formless emptiness. Tibetan Buddhism tells of the Rainbow Body. David Steindl-Rast, a Benedictine monk, has been investigating the phenomenon of the Rainbow Body. “The rainbow body is a complex phenomenon that will probably take years of study. If we can establish as an anthropological fact, says Steindl-Rast, that what is described in the resurrection of Jesus has not only happened to others, but is happening today, it would put our view of human potential in a completely different light.” This subject is extensive and there is a vast amount of fascinating information that is not commonly spoken about, or discussed, especially in the West.
The number 7 provides us with the sacred symbolism to dig deeper into the concept of the Rainbow Body. There are 7 rays of light, thus creating the 7 colors of the rainbow. The Bible speaks of 7 days, The Gita of 7 sages, and there are 7 energy centers in the body, chakras. The 7 chakras correspond exactly to the 7 main nerve ganglia, which emanate from the spinal column, the very first part of the body that comes into form. The color red is associated with the first chakra, the root chakra. Orange with the second chakra, and ascending on up in complete accordance with the color wheel, and the rainbow the energy centers of the body continue. There are many techniques available to assist one in consciously activating, and opening their chakras. Opening the chakras is like climbing a ladder to the divine, the devotee works their way up each “spinning wheel”, or vortex of Light, striving to open each and every one, working up towards the crown at the top of the head. The bible speaks of twelve gates to the city of heaven, the human brain has twelve cranial nerves, the twelve gates of the heavenly city. In Dr. Pillai’s words, “Lightbody is a matter of evolution.” Jesus told us we would be given new bodies. Is it possible that authority figures have wanted to keep full truth from us?
The symbolism found in the number 3 is over-flowing with its own illumination. The Trikaya doctrine of Mahayana Buddhism states that Buddha manifests in three different ways: “created body, Nirmanakaya, manifests in time and space; Body of mutual enjoyment, Sambhogakaya, clear light manifestation; and the body of truth, Dharmakaya, which knows no limits, or boundaries, is bliss.” Hinduism teaches three bodies; the subtle mental body, causal body, and physical body. Yogananda described them as the causal body, astral body, and physical body. The tree contains 3 parts; the roots, trunk, and branches. Heaven, Earth, and the underworld; The Trinity; birth, life, death; self, Atman, Brahma; Aum is a 3 part symbol, and the number 3 is in its actual symbol. Brahma as creator, Vishnu as preserver, and Shiva as destroyer represent another aspect of 3.
The body is an instrument, an instrument that plays God’s sound, energy, and vibration, the vibration of Life. This came to me the other morning when my son asked me, “What is an instrument?” I replied, “Anything that plays music.” The instruments may come and go, but the music continues on without missing a beat.
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When we contemplate life we realize there is an ongoing quest within and without. One that each individual can only fulfill and arrive to on their own. Roger Schmidt breathes reflective insight into this quest in his works, Exploring Religion. Schmidt defines religion as “a human seeking and responding to what is experienced as holy”; in class holy was described as transcending this reality, while being present as well. Webster states that something holy has a divine quality, divine power; is spiritually whole, sound, entire, perfect, and acceptable to God. Only a seeker can start a quest, and what is this seeker seeking? Divine Qualities, Wholeness, and Perfection, to be filled so completely that there is not one need left? “The Quest then is rooted in ultimate situations and a longing for liberation, or wholeness. Essential to it is a restlessness, a perception by seekers that their lives are incomplete or missing something.” Schmidt goes on to say “a religious quest begins with a “dis-ease” with the life one is living and a desire to live more fully and to conform one’s life to the ultimate,” leaving the reader to ponder the restlessness in their own life and what one must do to satisfy their seemingly infinite desires that tend to exist within the confines of this current realm we call reality. Discomfort encourages us to seek comfort.
To some there is only one path to Eternal Bliss, and to others there are many. If all exist within the One then both of these ring true. In Exploring Religion we are shown a commonality between all religions, “the end of all religions –re-union with God.” There are times throughout life that press an individual to wonder three things, “who am I? Why am I here? Where am I going” Schmidt refers to these as “ultimate concerns” and they are caused by “ultimate situations” ones that cause us to question existence. A Jewish chant includes the words “Hear, O Israel, The Lord our God is one Lord.” In order to internalize the words of Blaise Pascal the muscles of the mind must be stretched, “The universe, he wrote, “is an infinite space, the centre of which is everywhere, the circumference nowhere.” What do we center our lives on so that we may too find the Infinite? Ecclesiastes knows that God “has put eternity into man’s mind.” Why does Infinite Intelligence live within living beings? The question, “is this creative intelligence a Being whose love beckons us to center our lives in it?” arises in Schmidt. There is reason to believe that a man is a whole world of his own, the microcosm, and that the universe is the macrocosm. “Reflection about the sacred is inseparable from reflection about those who seek it” notes R.S. in his introduction. How often are we only exploring our own reflection? We explore infinite territory here on Earth, there is always something to be discovered, on the inside and out. When our center is based on an object that is finite, it undergoes constant relocation as we undergo change and growth. Only by placing our center of importance on what is infinite may we learn to align and flow with Life as One.
Along with recognizing the longing for liberation, we must start to discern the best methods for learning to walk our path. The path of Knowledge, of Action, and of surrendering to God, through love and devotion, are among many facilitators that accelerate the evolution of individual consciousness back towards Perfection in Wholeness. Throughout his work, Roger Schmidt looks deeply into the emotional, social, and intellectual needs of religion, along with its features and diversity. Religions of the world are full of unverifiable and paradoxical claims. These claims turn nations against one another, and yet leave each individual standing alone in deciding what resonates as truth inside of their own being. “Everyone should carefully observe what way his heart draws him to, and then choose this way with all his strength,” Rabbi Baer writes, quoting his teacher. One group may say that only through Christ can we find salvation, another may claim that meditation is the way to liberation, and yet another may point towards Buddha, but only by following our own heart may the war inside subside.
Why are we capable of questioning why we are here? Why do we question our location in time and space? Does the capability of recalling memories from the past, or the ability to imagine our future give reason to believe we are capable of transcending time and space anytime we want? Dreaming is just one example of visiting different states of consciousness. Home is often said to be where the heart is; our heart experiences so much yearning during Earthly life. The things of this world may temporarily satisfy, but eventually more is craved. A home is a place for rest, care, and rejuvenation; active engagement in life feels like work and eventually wears down the body. Our origin must not be of the Earth for us to wonder why we are here. Just as much as the body comes from the Earth, the Earth comes from the Forces of Creation.
Different religions, and different paths, can often just be a different way of explaining the very same thing. For example, Christianity teaches the Trinity as Father, Son, and Holy Ghost; the Hindu’s teach Sat, Tat, Aum. Sat, or the Father, is God as Creator beyond creation, or cosmic consciousness; the Absolute Unmanifested, existing beyond vibratory creation. Tat (God the Son) is God’s omnipresent intelligence existing in creation, the Christ Consciousness within vibratory creation. “For the Father judgeth no man, but hath committed all judgment unto the Son” John 5:22. God at the highest level is beyond physical manifestation, beyond duality, unable to judge or see right/wrong. All is perfection in this eternal state. We must reach a high enough vibration to pass through the “pearly gates”. We are not judged in the way we perceive judging as humans, frequency is attracted to similar frequencies, we go to what we are, and we are what we think. The Holy Ghost (Aum) the blissful Comforter, the vibratory power of God that objectifies and becomes creation. Meditators meditate on Aum, chanting Aum activates the Pineal Gland and helps to raise the devotee’s frequency, while also focusing and quieting the mind. I have heard that Amen originates from Aum. There is reason to believe that Aum is the Word that pours forth from the mouth of God sustaining all of Life. All words are vibrations, Aum is the vibration of the Cosmos. “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God” John 1:1.
Life is our path. Total surrender is not to an almighty God above and beyond us, it is not just to our Highest Self, but to Life itself. When we can truly trust that all is in order, all is just as it should be, that sometimes things are going to happen that are just inconceivable to us at a particular moment in time, and when we begin to see how suffering and joy both bring us to exactly where we need to be, we align with Life. Truth is unique to each individual in the same way that we are all a unique essence of The One. Perhaps some of our nations need to re-evaluate the meaning of only one God before us. Humans have always had a natural desire to be infinitely all-knowing, and contain eternity in the mind due to a connection that can become an open, or closed channel to an all-knowing, eternal, and infinite God/Source. Not all of us see energetically, but God is not invisible. God is the magician behind the sunset painting before our very eyes; the little tree that grows so subtly we can’t hardly tell it is growing, and then in what seems like just a moment we are shocked by how “suddenly” it becomes big; the very reason why not one of us is the exact same; the very source of each breath; and the energy involved in every heartbeat. Only our very Source can fill, satisfy, and be everything that we are, and have ever searched for without dependence upon anything. It is time to collectively step into higher Truths.
This is a fantastic video for anyone who is interested in expanding their awareness and reality. I began practicing my meditations in a dark room, some of the time, a little over a year ago; I have been delighted with the vision and knowing that this practice stimulates and greatly increases. I highly encourage giving this a try, just sit in a completely dark room with eyes open, or closed, and focus on your brow chakra. Be conscious of your breathing. I just read the book, METATRON THIS IS THE CLARION CALL, ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW…..Amazing! I am going to be studying this book for a long time. The exercises in it are surprisingly intense. It is written and channeled by R Mackenzie. I mention this book because I have tried different breathing exercises and have not found one that stuck, or really moved me until practicing what lies in this book by Mackenzie.
The video also recommends the aid of crystals, I have wrote a little bit about my personal experience with the mineral family in a previous post, Deepening Our Understanding of Self. I have been profoundly surprised and grateful for their assistance in this journey.
Here is the link to the video, may it bring some excitement and joy to your day!