Akashic Records, Reality is a Consciousness Hologram

"Upon time and space is written the thoughts, the deeds, the activities of an entity – as in relationships to its environs, its hereditary influence; as directed – or judgment drawn by or according to what the entity's ideal is. Hence, as it has been oft called, the record is God's Book of Remembrance; and each entity, each soul – as the activities of a single day of an entity in the material world – either makes same good or bad or indifferent, depending upon the entity's application of … [Read more...]

The Three Poisons: Attachment, Aversion or Ignorance

The three poisons (Sanskrit: triviṣa; Tibetan: dug gsum) or the three unwholesome roots (Sanskrit: akuśala-mūla; Pāli: akusala-mūla), in Buddhism, refer to the three root kleshas of ignorance, attachment, and aversion. These three poisons are considered to be the cause of suffering (Sanskrit: dukkha). In the Buddhist teachings, the three poisons (of ignorance, attachment, and aversion) are the primary causes that keep sentient beings trapped in samsara. As shown in the wheel of life … [Read more...]

The Final Emancipation – Age of Kali, Shirlee Hall

CIRCLE OF LIGHT   April 19th, Friday, Sacred Breath Workshop May 5th, Sunday, Class and healing meditation Details: bethemystery@aol.com   Look for Shirlee's forthcoming novel, 'Come out of the Basement!' WHY? Do you wonder why there is such profound spiritual ignorance happening everywhere on our planet? What happened to pure intent and the moral character great spiritual leaders encouraged us to develop? There is an explanation. The Western World is not well … [Read more...]

“Festival of Colors” – HOLI 2013, How did you celebrate?

The Holi Celebration has its celebratory origins in Gujarat, particularly with dance, food, music, and colored powder to offer a spring parallel of Navratri, Gujarat's Hindu festival celebrated in the fall. The Krishna Connection Holi is also associated with the Divine Dance known as Raaslila staged by Lord Krishna for the benefit of his devotees of Vrindavan commonly known as Gopis. Radha-Krishna Legend Holi is also celebrated in memory of the immortal love of Lord Krishna and … [Read more...]

SYMBOLIC MEANING OF STUPAS, Shirlee Hall

Dearest souls, I had a very lengthy and inspiring vision about 6 weeks ago. An actual conversation took place with an unseen intelligence. The Voice gave a name to what I was seeing, 'STUPA'. I didn't have a clue as to what it meant but knew somehow it was connected to India. It turns out Buddha's ashes were divided into 8 containers and each container had one of these structures, stupas, over the container. It is a sacred structure representing the chakra system and much, much … [Read more...]

Diwali – celebrating November 13, 2012

Diwali (also spelled Devali in certain regions) or Deepavali, popularly known as the "festival of lights," is a five day festival which starts on Dhanteras, celebrated on thirteenth lunar day of Krishna paksha (dark fortnight) of the Hindu calendar month Ashwin and ends on Bhaubeej, celebrated on second lunar day of Shukla paksha (bright fortnight) of the Hindu calendar month Kartik. In the Gregorian calendar, Diwali falls between mid-October and mid-November. Diwali is an official holiday in … [Read more...]

Harmony, a Guidance into Understanding

The term harmony derives from the Greek ἁρμονία (harmonía), meaning "joint, agreement, concord", from the verb ἁρμόζω (harmozo), "to fit together, to join". The term was often used for the whole field of music, while "music" referred to the arts in general. In Ancient Greece, the term defined the combination of contrasted elements: a higher and lower note. Nevertheless, it is unclear whether the simultaneous sounding of notes was part of ancient Greek musical practice; "harmonía" may have … [Read more...]

Celebrate Diwali ~ beginning today !!!

Celebrate Diwali The name "Diwali" is a contraction of "Deepavali" (Sanskrit: दीपावली Dīpāvalī), which translates into "row of lamps". 03th November 2013       Deepavali or Diwali, popularly known as the "festival of lights," is a festival celebrated between mid-October and mid-November for different reasons. For Hindus, Diwali is one of the most important festivals of the year and is celebrated in families by performing traditional activities together in their … [Read more...]

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