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If life is a journey from the inner within, a prayer is your call to your own inner self. The journey of life leads only to you and no other destination. You are the traveler, and your heart is your compass. When you feel lost,…

let’s imagine…

Let’s Imagine… 

What I want to write about today is no revelation to be quite honest, and dearest John Lennon puts it very nicely… “Imagine there’s no countries It isn’t hard to do Nothing to kill or die for and no religion, too…” –John Lennon What I…

the awakening of the goddess

The Awakening of the Goddess 

This is what the Goddess is, the underlying feminine principle of the universe, the queen of secrets, the mother of magic that lights up the sky at night, and the mysticism of the very land we live upon. “Since our souls are adjusted to be…

the irresistible blessing

The Irresistible Blessing 

Knowledgeable masters talk about the two types of siddha (the perfect human). Siddha refers to miraculous powers and perfect abilities. The notion of Saddhana Siddha is used by those who practice a number of disciplines to reach this perfection with its abilities and miracles. They…

does sin exist?

Does Sin Exist? 

I don’t think it does, but if something like sin does exist, I think it only occurs when you prevent someone from experiencing something. Likewise, if there is such a thing as a good deed, the opposite of sin, it can only be when you…

chaos and order

Chaos and Order 

In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters. And God said, “Let there be light,” and there was…

the religion of the universe: part 3

The Religion of the Universe: Part 3 

The Akhenaten Religion: The Basis of Today’s Major Religions. Akhenaten was known as Amenhotep IV (Amenophis IV) when he came to the throne of Egypt. Compared to the other pharaohs, we know very little about him because his successors deliberately erased his name from history. Although it was a serious crime in Ancient Egypt, his name was even erased from his tomb.

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