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Dalai Lama on Inner Peace, Happiness, God and Money ...
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Memories of the Soul
Past Life Regression
Inside our subconscious lie our memories from past lives. Though we seldom remember even having lived these past lives, the…
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"Only an empty vessel can be filled."
There is wisdom in not knowing, and it is a wise person who can say, "I don't know." For no one knows everything. There are many types of wisdom - from intellectual to emotional to physical intelligence. Yet, even deemed experts in their fields do not know all there is to know about mathematics, yoga, literature, psychology, or art. It is a true master who professes ignorance, for only an empty vessel can be…Continue
I am enjoying the silence more and more. Simply being present with what (or who) is. And the magical thing about it is that I am also laughing more, smiling more, and enjoying the busier side of things more and more too. This is how balance works. Like magic, it harmonizes all things.
For me embracing the silence and whatever "is", whatever feeling, thought, awareness, or other is presenting itself, is all beautiful. It is all life. And it is all…Continue
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reflections on current energies from World Puja . org
As always, I pray you are well. This month I'm keeping it simple and…
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“Panchakarma,” a sanskrit word meaning “five actions,” describes a series of gentle, natural therapies that boost the body’s ability to detoxify and rejuvenate. As an essential part of Ayurveda, India’s ancient holistic system of medicine, it is used to maintain the body’s balance to prevent illness or as the first step in holistic treatment. Panchakarma’s…
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