|Posted by Andrew Eblen on November 6, 2018 at 12:30 AM||comments (31)|
Since this new theme is dedicated to music I felt I would share an article that I found recently. Freddie Mercury is one of my favourite singers and I think it's great getting to hear his words from beyond the veil.
And now, Mr. Freddie Mercury:
Me: Erik, let’s see if we can get Freddie Mercury for us. Jamie and I are big Queen fans.
Jamie: Oh, Erik just left. He didn’t even say anything.
Jamie: And here he is. Mr. Freddie Mercury. He’s got his moustache!
Me: Oh good! Hello Mr. Mercury!
Mercury: Hello ladies.
Me: We’re friend. I mean fans—and friends, of course. You were—and are—so incredible. Such power from the heart when you sing. I just don’t know how to describe it.
Jamie: He says thank you very much, but does he have a lisp?
Me: A little bit of a lisp, yeah. He did.
Jamie: Huh. Really? I never heard it, but of course I guess you don’t really have a lisp when you sing.
Me: Yes, isn’t that something? The same thing with stuttering.
Jamie: All right. Sorry. Go ahead.
Me: Okay, what beliefs did you have about death and the afterlife while you were alive? What did you think was going to happen?
Freddie: I thought that you would die, and the gods would come for you. Then, they would judge you on the life that you lived and that would determine how well you lived in the afterlife.
Me: Really? How interesting. What kind of religion is that?
Freddie (laughing): I think it’s a bit of my own!
Me: Wow, not too many people create their own religion, Freddie!
Freddie: Where I grew up—
Jamie: It’s weird. It’s kind of like Catholic, but not in a Catholic place. Let’s see if that makes sense. Can you explain that to me, Freddie?
(Freddie gives details to Jamie)
Jamie: In a different country? So he says he was raised Catholic, but in a country that was not Catholic in itself. So he heard multiple viewpoints on religion as a young boy and kind of put together the two, because when he was younger, he said anyone who could give me multiple viewpoints on the same topic just proved to him that nobody really understood it.
Freddie: So, I just threaded together what I liked about all of them. I guess that was for my own comfort, because I didn’t believe in what the school was teaching.
Me: After you passed over, how did your beliefs change?
Freddie: That didn’t happen at all!
Freddie: Thankfully, I wasn’t judged for who I was. If I had been, I clearly would have defended myself. I felt that I lived a life that most people wanted, because I did what I fell in love with. It didn’t matter if it was proper or improper, if it was boys or girls, I did what my desires led me to do.
Jamie: He laughs. He kind of recants his words.
Freddie: There was a good sized portion of my life where I was very selfish. As you know, when I became ill, that part I also did all that I desired, but it wasn’t selfish. It was very unselfish. I know you’re going to ask me what did I learn; that is what I learned how to do.
Me: Oh, okay. Now, what was your actual transition to heaven like for you?
Freddie: I believe I smiled.
Freddie: I was in my room. I remember there was never a quiet moment. You could always hear the people outside.
Jamie: Oh, you had people outside?
Freddie: Yes, sometimes I would have someone hold up a mirror so that I could see out the window and down.
Jamie: He must have been on a hill or up in a second story room. It’s not clear, but he looks like he’s up higher. He wanted the mirror to held in a way that he could see what was happening.
Freddie: I always felt loved by the people who enjoyed my music. I never felt like I was being stripped or robbed of my creative expression.
Me: Aw, that’s good! So your death wasn’t very painful? It was peaceful, then? Like a release? Is that what you’re trying to say?
Freddie: Well, the medications helped. I think without that, it would have been very painful, and my body—I was never once afraid. I knew it was coming; I welcomed it. I had been sick for a very long time, and I just wanted death to come rescue me.
What a poignant and spiritual song. One of my favorites:
And now, part two of our interview with Mr. Mercury.
Me: Can you describe your thoughts when you realized you had crossed over?
Freddie: You know, I really did ask, ‘Where the hell are the bloody angels!’ I said it really boisterously.
Jamie, Erik and I laugh hard. We could just hear him.
Freddie: And what followed soon after was laughter. I knew then that I had the right heaven, that I hadn’t gone to hell.
Jamie and I laugh.
Freddie: My family was there. It was a white room with no walls, but I knew it was a room. I knew I was contained somehow.
Jamie (sounding a bit choked up): Aw, the emotions that come across are way heavier than the words themselves.
Freddie: I took a moment to release; I took a moment to cry.
Jamie: The energy that comes out of him kind of chokes me up a little bit. That’s how much he was looking forward just to die.
Freddie: Yeah, my body ate me alive.
Me: Oh, what an awful disease. Well, was it your destiny to die when and how you did? If so, why?
Freddie: I believe it was. You know, I don’t think I would have been happier growing old and not being able to perform. I only wanted that life on the stage, and I got that right up until the end.
Me: Were you meant to die from that particular disease?
Freddie: I think it was very selfless of me to follow through with this. It wasn’t until my death that this disease really got mapped, got noticed.
Me: So you were meant to bring AIDS awareness and understanding to the world?
Me: Was that meant on a different level than for your own personal reasons? Was it also to teach us about compassion and acceptance toward groups of people who are often targeted and maligned and who often bear the brunt of fear-based emotions and thoughts?
Freddie: Absolutely. A lot of people like to categorize me as a gay man. I think I appropriately fit the category of a man who loved whomever was best for me—male or female. Bisexual doesn’t do it do it justice, because there was nothing in me that was divided that way.
Jamie (laughing): He likes to call it “all sexual”!
Me: There we go, and all sexual man! So, can you describe your afterlife now? What do you do there? Do you have a life’s work? What does it look like? You know the drill.
Freddie: I have a place to come home to, but I rarely find myself doing so. Most of my passion is devoted to working with artists who are still living who find an inspiration in me, and I help them with the writing of the music, the singing of the music, the expression. I feel a bit like everyone’s mother in the fact that I want to keep them out of the limelight’s harm.
Me: Oh, yeah. Did you gain any new insights once you were in the afterlife?
Freddie: I gained that what I wanted to believe about heaven while I was on earth actually exists.
Me: Anything else.
Freddie (chuckling): I think that should cover everything.
Me: So, you shared what you were here to learn; do you have anything else to add to that?
Freddie: No, but I really think I was here to teach the all sexual thing.
(Pause as I wait in vain for him to expound.)
Me: Do you have any regrets?
Freddie: Actually, when I look back, when I was alive, I still have a little regret for not handling my band mates with more respect.
Me: Okay. What past life affected this last life the most?
Jamie: Um, he’s kind of joking with Erik right now. I’m not really in the conversation with them, but they’re joking about a life where—
(Pause as Jamie eavesdrops further)
Jamie: Are you guys for real!! Just tell me if this is for real or not!
Jamie (to Erik and Freddie): You’re joking? Okay. I’m gullible! I’m gullible, I know!
Me: I am too.
Jamie: They were talking about a life of being an orangutan, and Erik and him are just slapsticking back and forth. The smell and the hair of the orangutan and what the sex is like!
Me (Laughing): Oh my god!
Jamie: I’m gullible. You got me, boys. So tell me a past life for real!
(Pause as Jamie listens to Freddie)
Jamie: He shows me this image of a blond-headed, curly, curly-haired girl. She’s probably four or five years old. Kind of still has some baby fat features, you know, round cheeks. Kind of like a blond Shirley Temple.
Freddie: I recall vividly in that life—
Jamie: I asked him, ‘Where was it’ and he shows me snow and ice that goes on forever!
Jamie: Oh, he jokes. He says it’s probably close to where you have your cabin. Like a Nordic region.
Me: Yeah, in Norway!
Freddie: I remember being told in that life that the water was hot and not to touch the water and that the ice was cold and not to be out in the cold too long. There were rules that were more about life and death to protect you and keep you safe, because it was such a harsh environment. And I remember thinking, ‘Why are they telling me this? Why can’t they just let me be?’ I just wanted to be on my own.
(Pause and Jamie listens more)
Jamie (to Freddie): Well that’s not a great story.
Jamie: He tells me what happened was that he continued to go against what his parents were saying. He had a mother, father, large family. (counting) One, two, three, four—five children. He was one of five. He’s the youngest. Doesn’t really get paid attention, can do his own thing, walks out into the snow and didn’t dress appropriately. So, he froze, died in the snow.
Jamie: At such a young age.
Me: Aw, how sad.
Freddie: I remember leaving that life, saying, ‘Why couldn’t I trust those people?’
Freddie: I was really hard on myself for doing that and thought, ‘Maybe some people actually do care!’
Me: So, maybe you learned how to trust?
Freddie: Well, I didn’t learn it in that life, but it definitely sat really heavy with me to listen to people in the life that I came into. And I didn’t have any outlet, musically or otherwise. It was a very bland life. So, I thought the complete opposite would satisfy me. That’s when Freddie Mercury was created.
Me: Ah! And there was nothing bland about your life as Freddie!
Poor Freddie. Eric’s is a hard act to follow. Nevertheless…
Me: So Erik, do you have any questions for Mr. Mercury?
Erik: Yeah. What was Bohemian Rhapsody really about?
Freddie: What do you want it to be about?
Erik: I don’t know.
Freddie: That’s what you have to ask yourself, Erik.
Me: What was your proudest accomplishment while you were here on earth, Freddie?
Freddie: My music!
Me: Of course! And I suppose that hasn’t changed now that you’re in the spiritual realm, right?
Freddie: It has not at all.
Me: Okay. Any other spiritual accomplishments you’re proud of?
Freddie: Spiritual accomplishments?
Freddie (laughing): My music!
Me: Oh my gosh; what am I thinking!
Me: Now, do you have any messages for humanity, given your newfound perspective in the afterlife? Is there anything you’d like to share with the world?
Freddie: The only rules and regulations you have in life are the ones you create for yourself.
Me: That’s true. So, Erik, do you have any other questions for Freddie before we close? No orangutan questions, though!
Jamie (giggling): They got me good; I really thought we were going to talk about a life he had as an orangutan!
Me: I know! I would have fallen for that, too, hook, line and sinker!
Erik: What was going through your head with Bohemian Rhapsody?
Freddie (laughing): It actually came from, we called it “The Old Cowboy Song.”
Jamie: Old Cowboy Song? He’s showing me that they use to horse around and play the guitar and sing, and they called it “The Old Cowboy Song” because it started out with “Mama, I just killed a man.”
Me: Oh, yeah! Okay.
Jamie: And that just used to be lyrics in the recording studio that they would joke around with when they were warming up or whatever. And they’d all be like, “Oh, here’s Freddie as the cowboy!”
Freddie: So, it kind of grew into a ballad. We wondered, “How much can we fit into one song.” It became ridiculous saturated—from ballad to guitar solo to opera to heavy rock, just on and on and on.
Jamie: To otro, outro.
Me: Yeah, outro.
Jamie: What’s that?
Me: It’s the final guitar piece I guess. I’m not sure. (To my son, Lukas) Lukas, what’s an outro? Jamie wants to know.
Lukas: I don’t know.
Me: Okay, we’ll find out later. Stay tuned!
Jamie: Stay tuned!
Freddie: And once we recorded it, I thought, ‘Well, how many voices and sounds can we put on top of that?’ So, we kept dubbing and adding tracks upon tracks, layering it and layering it—our harmony times six, and our twenty-four layers turned into a lot more. And it just sounded outrageous. So our manager said, “No one in the world is ever going to play this on the radio. And we thought it would be a great little “end of the record” song, but we really had a great time creating it and recording it. Then a disc jockey—
Jamie (showing her youth): Oh my god, that’s what they were called back then, weren’t they?
Me: Oh, yeah.
Jamie (giggling): Disc Jockey! So funny!
Freddie: So a disc jockey got the song prematurely and started playing it late at night, and it got such great reviews that it became, you know, one of the longest played songs on the radio!
Me: Yeah, and one of the biggest hits.
Freddie: Thank you!
Me: I just love all of your songs.
Jamie: This guy has a smaller waist than I do!
Jamie and I laugh.
Me: Well, I think that’s it. I just want to thank you for all you’ve done—the joy and music that you’ve brought to the world. Thank you for your time here, too, Mr. Mercury.
Freddie: Your quite welcome, and I wish you all the best. Your son, Erik, is a fine young man. We’re happy to have him here.
Me: Aw, how nice!
(Of course inside, I’m thinking, ‘I’m not happy that he’s there. I’d rather him be with me. Sigh. In the background, Lukas asks a question.)
Me: What, Lukas?
Lukas: Is Jesus too busy to talk right now?
Me (to Jamie and Erik): He wants to know if Jesus is too busy to talk right now.
Me (to Lukas): Well, it’s almost the end, anyway. Do you just want to say hi to Jesus?
Lukas: Yes. I just wanna say hi.
Me: Wait, no, we’re going to channel Jesus later. Jesus is kind of busy for just a drive-by “hi and bye.” Annika, do you want to say anything to Erik? Don’t worry. You don’t have to talk on the phone.
Annika: Hi. (Erik can probably see her 16 year-old eye roll.)
Erik (laughing): She sounds so forced when she says it. It’s so funny!
(Typical teenaged girl.)
Erik: Who made waffles this morning?
Me: Oh! We got them at the Waffle House and brought them home.
Jamie: Erik’s really happy; he can’t wait to see Lukas in college.
Erik: Tell Lukas to strive to make it the entire time.
Me: Make it to class?
Erik: No, where he actually graduates and walks across the stage!
Me: Yes, exactly! He will.
Erik: I like to see everyone together.
|Posted by Andrew Eblen on August 23, 2018 at 10:10 PM||comments (0)|
Planet earth is in a process of transformation in order to move in a higher frequency.In this higher frequencies of Light and Love, nothing evil can exist. If Earth Humans continue to live against the nature with exaggerated consumption, greed for power, with use of poisons and atomic energy in the industry and continue to create hate energy, this transformation will be very unpleasant, because the universe and the planet will have to purify the negative energy, to match with the higher frequencies. If you destroy the nature, you are destroying yourself. All earth humans are responsible, of how the transformation will be. Only with Love energy, the transformation will be smooth and pleasant.
██ THE MEANING OF LIFE IS TO HAVE LOVE IN YOUR HEART AND BECOME SPIRITUAL.
██ LOVE IS THE SOLUTION FOR EVERYTHING.
██ LOVE IS THE KEY.
██ LOVE IS THE SOLUTION FOR EVERYTHING.
██ ONLY WITH LOVE,YOU CAN CREATE LOVE.
██ ONLY WITH LOVE, YOU CAN RECOGNISE LOVE AND LIGHT.
With hate and arrogance you don´t see Love and attack Love.
██ THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BEING "SPIRITUALLY INTERESTED"
AND BEING REALLY SPIRITUAL.
██ SEEK THE CONTACT WITH FRIENDLY, LOVING, SPIRITUAL PEOPLE.
Positive People are giving you love, light, power, health, knowledge and wisdom. Spiritual people are LIGHTWORKERS, because they are serving the light (god). Spiritual people are never attacking others, because their heart is developed.
██ KEEP YOUR BODY, MIND AND ENERGY, IN A HIGH LOVE VIBRATION
As the frequency is rising on earth, the cosmic energy is amplifying the energy inside of you. If you have Love inside, you will get more Love. If you have hate or arrogance, it will come to the surface, so you can see what you have to work on.
██ KEEP YOUR FOCUS ON LOVE AND FRIENDLINESS.
Erase hatred, arrogance, ego, envy, greed, and evil behavior. Become a positive human and concentrate on LOVE and FRIENDLINESS.
██ YOUR THOUGHTS AND EMOTIONS ARE CREATING YOUR FUTURE.
██ KEEP YOUR BODY AND SPIRIT HEALTHY WITH SELF-LOVE.
He who loves himself, does not harm himself with drugs, smoking, alcohol or any other kind of poisons. Because it is harming the physical AND energetic body, and it is blocking you to reach higher levels of consciousness, cosmic light and Love. Heal and detoxify yourself with SELF-LOVE and natural herbs in order to find the Light and become spiritual.
██ ONLY LIGHT, CAN STAY IN THE LIGHT.
Only a healthy, lightful aura of Love is able to stay in a high energy of loving light beings.
██ BE FREE OF EARTH-SUPERSTITION AND EARTH-BELIEVE SYSTEMS
Don´t be addicted to Religions and other control organizations on Earth. All you need is in your Heart.-- It is called LOVE.
-- Jesus and many other spiritual teachers are telling this since thousands of years.
██ GO OFTEN TO THE NATURE, to clean your energy and charge it with new clear energy.
██ Only loving, spiritual people with a high cosmic Light Love Energy will succeed in these Transformation times.
|Posted by Maite Javier on June 26, 2017 at 10:30 PM||comments (0)|
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Seth Speaks About God
"What you call God is the sum of all consciousnesses, and yet the whole is more than the sum of Its parts. God is more than the sum of all personalities (souls), and yet all personalities are what He is."
The Seth Material
~ Jane Roberts
The spirit, Seth, began to transmit metaphysical information to Jane Roberts and her husband during the late 1960s. Many books containing Seth's wisdom have been published and translated into various foreign languages. Millions of copies have been read worldwide.
The original handwritten dictations and supporting documents given by Seth are permanently archived at Yale University.
In 1991, I began my inner journey when a copy of Seth Speaks unexpectedly came into my life. And I learned a great deal from it. But it was the first Seth book published in 1970,The Seth Material, that contains Seth's concepts of God, creation, and how we are part of it. Here then are some of those excerpts.
"He is not human in your terms, though he passed through human stages; and here the Buddhist myth comes closest to approximating reality. He is not one individual, but an energy gestalt.*
* Gestalt = a pattern of individual parts so unified as a whole that
it cannot be described merely as a sum of its parts
This absolute, ever-expanding, instantaneous psychic gestalt, which you call God if you prefer, is so secure in its existence that it can constantly break itself down and rebuild itself.
Its energy is so unbelievable, that it does indeed form all universes; and because its energy is within and behind all universes, systems and fields, it is indeed aware of each sparrow that falls, for it is each sparrow that falls.
Now - and this will seem like a contradiction in terms - there is nonbeing. It is a state of, not of nothingness, but a state in which probabilities and possibilities are known and anticipated but blocked from expression.
Dimly, through what you would call history, hardly remembered, there was such a state. It was a state of agony in which the powers of creativity and existence were known, but the ways to produce them were not known.
This is the lesson that All That Is had to learn, and that could not be taught. This is the agony from which creativity originally was drawn, and its reflection is still seen.
Some of this discussion is bound to be distorted, because I must explain it to you in terms of time as you understand it. So I will speak for your benefit, of some indescribably distant past in which these events occurred.
All That Is retains memory of that state, and it serves as a constant impetus - in your terms - toward renewed creativity. Each self (you), as a part of All That Is therefore also retains memory of that state. It is for this reason that each minute consciousness is endowed with the impetus toward survival, change, development, and creativity. It is not enough that All That Is as a primary energy gestalt, desires further being, but each portion of It (you) also carries this determination.
Yet the agony itself was used as the means, and the agony itself served as the impetus, strong enough so that All That Is initiated within Itself the means to be.
If - and this is impossible - all portions but the most minute last 'unit' of All That Is were destroyed, All That Is would continue, for within the smallest portion is the innate knowledge of the whole. All That Is protects Itself, therefore, and all that It has and is and will create.
When I speak of All That Is, you must understand my position within It. All That Is knows no other. This does not mean that there may not be more to know. It does not know whether or not other psychic gestalts like It exist. It is not aware of them if they do exist. It is constantly searching. It knows that something else existed before Its own primary dilemma when it could not express itself.
It is conceivable then, that It has evolved, in your terms, so long ago It has forgotten Its origin, that It has developed from still another Primary which has - again, in your terms - long since gone Its way. So there are answers that I cannot give you, for they are not known anywhere in the system in which we have our existence. We do know that within this system of our All That Is, creation continues and developments are never still.
The first state of agonized search for existence may have represented the birth throes of All That Is as we know it.
In other words, All That Is existed in a state of being, but without the means to find expression for Its being. This was the state of agony of which I spoke.
The agony and the desire to create represented Its proof of Its own reality. The feelings, in other words, were adequate proof to All That Is that It was.
At first, in your terms, all of probable reality existed as nebulous dreams within the consciousness of All That Is. Later, the unspecific nature of these 'dreams' grew more particular and vivid. The dreams became recognizable one from the other until they drew the conscious notice of All That Is. And with curiosity and yearning, All That Is paid more attention to Its own dreams.
It then purposely gave them more and more detail, and yearned toward this diversity and grew to love that which was not yet separate from Itself. It gave consciousness and imagination to personalities (us) while they were still within Its dreams. They also yearned to be actual.
Potential individuals, in your terms, had consciousness before the beginning or any beginning as you know it, then. They (you) clamored to be released into actuality, and All That Is, in unspeakable sympathy, sought within Itself for the means.
His was in your terms a primary cosmic dilemma, and one with which It wrestled until All That Is was completely involved and enveloped within that cosmic problem.
Had It not solved it, All That Is would have faced insanity, and there would have been, literally, a reality without reason and a universe run wild.
The pressure came from two sources: from the conscious but still probable individual selves who found themselves alive in God's dream, and from the God who yearned to release them.
This, then, is the dilemma of any primary pyramid gestalt: It creates reality. It also recognized within each consciousness (you) the massive potential that existed. The means, then, came to It. It must release the creatures and probabilities from Its dream.
To do so would give them actuality. However, it also meant 'losing' a portion of Its own consciousness, for it was within that portion that they were held in bondage. All That Is had to let go.
With love and longing It let go that portion of Itself, and they (souls) were free. The psychic energy exploded in a flash of creation (big bang).
All That Is, therefore, 'lost' a portion of Itself in that creative endeavor. All That Is loves all that is has created down to the least, for It realizes the dearness and uniqueness of each consciousness which has been wrest from such a state and at such a price.
It, of Itself and from this state, has given life to infinities of possibilities. From Its agony, It found the way to burst forth in freedom, through expression, and in so doing gave existence to individualized consciousnesses. Therefore It is rightfully jubilant.
Yet all individuals remember their source, and now dream of All That Is as All That Is once dreamed of them. And they yearn toward that immense source... and yearn to set It free and give It actuality through their own creations.
These connections between you and All That Is can never be severed, and Its awareness is so delicate and focused that Its attention is indeed directed with a prime creator's love to each consciousness."
At the end of this session with Jane Roberts, Seth said that his words should be read many times, "for there are implications that are not obvious."
Seth also said...
"Even this overall pyramid gestalt (God) is not static. Most of your God concepts deal with a static God, and here is one of your main theological difficulties. The awareness and experience of this gestalt changes and grows. There is no static God. When you say 'This is God,' then God is already something else."
"All portions of All That Is are constantly changing, enfolding and unfolding. All That Is, seeking to know Itself, constantly creates new versions of Itself. For this seeking Itself is a creative activity and is the core of all action."
|Posted by Marie <3 on March 13, 2015 at 3:25 PM||comments (5)|
We are asked again and again to surrender to the divine but how many of us actually know what it means to surrender? We grasp the concept but not all of us grasp the work involved. Here's a few tips to what you can do to complete full surrender :
|Posted by Marie <3 on January 16, 2015 at 12:00 AM||comments (3)|
Addictions come in many forms, not just physical forms but mental and emotional forms too. One of the biggest addictions I had was an addiction to love. This stunted my growth on a soul level as it stopped me from learning about self-love (a process I'm still in as I'm currently dealing with my physical addictions, now I've cleared my emotional one) and therefore stopped me from progressing up the spiritual ladder, taking me away from my trueself and path (Here's my take on the difference between real love and addiction). Addiction to love can prevent the one thing you want most from manifesting - a loving, comfortable relationship with ourselves and others.
So what are the signs of an addiction? Dependency, dependence, craving, habit, weakness, compulsion, fixation, enslavement. Being a monkey to the substance/activity. That's the definition of an addiction. I would like to also add change to that list. Addiction changes you, regardless of what it is. As this is addiction to love we are talking about, you can change emotionally, mentally and sometimes, even physically. You template yourself with 'shadows'. Psychologically, an addiction is very damaging, especially a love addiction which can attract psychic vampires to you like a moth to the light, effectively templating you even more and draining you by playing on your fears of abandonment, rejection and obsessions. Love addiction in short takes your personal power away as you subconsciously give it to another entity. You are basically saying, 'Here is my emotional body. Use it as you see fit. Have the responsibilty for my emotional/mental welbeing'. It is not fair on the other person or yourself.
Behavioral addiction is a form of addiction that involves a compulsion to repeatedly perform a rewarding non-drug-related behavior – sometimes called a natural reward – despite any negative consequences to the person's physical, mental, social, and/or financial well-being. This is what a love addiction is. You become needy, co-dependent, insecure and chase the one you fell for. You might do things that you wouldn't normally do for fear of rejection - whether they are sexual acts or financial or even changing your physical self. Falling in love is a high and extremely addictive - you'll be forever chasing that first taste of heaven, like a drug addict whose continually trying to reach the states of bliss from his first hit. But unless you learn self-love, it'll never come as really all you are doing is running from yourself and not learning the lessons you are meant to so the universe will place karmic connections/mirrors in your path until you do.
Giving someone your all is all good and everything, but without treating yourself in the same light, it's pointless. If you are changing yourself for someone, ask yourself is it really love? There's a difference between compromising and bending over backwards. Are you experiencing any negativity (like fear, low self-worth or low self-esteem) within the relationship? Work on those issues. Love doesn't hurt, our expectations and standards do, however. You shouldn't have to hide your truth, aspects of yourself or feel ashamed when standing in real love. Real love is open and free. Addictions are limiting and destructive. The saying, 'Nobody can love you if you don't love yourself', is true. Only give 100% to someone else if you can honestly give it to yourself too.
The highest form of love is the love we have for ourselves. Once we open the floodgates, we stand in love and our personal power, give real love out from our heart chakras and change our lives for the better. The dreams you have become reality, ego takes a backseat, abundance comes through, your preception on the world changes and you change the preception of the people around you for the greater good.
|Posted by EQnaFULL on December 28, 2014 at 1:45 PM||comments (2)|
I have made some sort of a blog from my experience and also some information that mite help you with your way. This is in video form cus I dont like to type much and on paper some things are lost. Any ways this is what I had to say 4 now.
|Posted by Sivan Remesh on October 28, 2014 at 8:20 AM||comments (0)|
This meditation was explained by Osho in his discourse
Sit comfortably in front of the full moon with open eyes. Relax your body and gaze gently at the moon. Open your mouth as if saying "ha" and with a deep breathing but not forceful or tense, fill up your first chakra with the light of the moon. When you breathe out let the light expand in your chakra. You may enjoy letting some sounds coming out when you breathe out. Fill up your first chakra until you feel that it has become the full moon. Then move up to the second chakra. Repeat the same breathing and move up to the third chakra. Go one filling up with the full moon all your chakras up to the seventh. At the seventh you are going to be totally drunk with the moon. Your whole energy will shift to another dimension.
Stand up. It might be a bit difficult because of your drunkenness but with a little effort it will be okay. Still gazing at the moon, rise your arms up and give yourself to the moon. Become like a marionette in the arms of the moon. Let movements happen on their own. It is the moon moving in you, not you moving with the moon. Let it be a graceful dance of energy...
When the movement settles, lie down on your belly like a baby in the arm of his mother. If emotions come or if some shaking happens, just let go in it.
Bow down to the moon with gratitude.
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