Ancient knowledge confirmed by modern science
Copper, the ideal water storage. Note it must be well cleaned regularly
Most of us tend to think as water as a convenience and something to nourish our bodies. In fact we can’t live more than about three days without water which makes it a necessity for life.
Within ancient yogic and Hindu understanding, water was highly respected and even venerated because there was the knowledge that our bodies were approximately 70% water. So while water had all its practical applications, the perception of water was that as an entity it has memory.
Memory of water is subtle and yet powerful, if you mistreat the water it will not nurture and support life.
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A great awakening
Underwater off Japan
For most of us, the history we learned in school and the history that is most commonly portrayed is really a whitewash over what really happened. In part this is because people have no way of knowing exactly what happened and for others, well, they couldn’t care less because they are only focused on their survival.
While there is evidence of human habitation on all the continents pre-dating 100,000 BC with underwater cities and habitation sites pre-dating the end of the last ice age around 10,000 BC, it’s relevant to clarify some key points. Of significance is the lion-man image dug up in Germany dated to 40,000 BC and a solidified mercury Continue reading A History Snapshot 10000 BC
The Philippines stands up to the world
The USA has dominated the world for the past 60 or so years, it’s economic, military and social policies have been forced on most nations and often at the point of a gun. The Philippines is no exception, US troops evicted the Spanish over 100 years ago giving the Filipinos hope of independence. But the Americans refused to go away until their political policies had become entrenched.
Up until World War II, the Philippines was a very inconspicuous nation easily overrun by the Japanese who again were evicted by the Americans and Filipino militias. When the war was over the Americans turned the Pacific back to the US’s ‘big backyard’ and of
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An inversion of values
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In as much as very few people know the absolute truth of existence, humanity has always had a sense of what is true, what is untrue and the need for truth in a relative way. Our entire legal framework is established on the precept that there is some truth as to what happened in a particular situation and that truth must be revealed to establish innocence or guilt.
For the ordinary people, truth was that we must eat to live, we must reproduce to sustain the population and we must perform certain activities and behave in certain ways to maintain social harmony. Beyond this, any other idea such as the existence
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And does it affect one’s health?
The term “Islamophobia” is defined as “an unfounded hostility towards Islam and Muslims”, yet what is called the religion of Islam demands of its followers that they enslave or kill every non Muslim. Therefore Islamophobia is an instinctive response to survive.
There is another quote “as we think, so we become.” This means that whatever we think and whatever we believe will have some consequences. For instance, the person who thinks that they are unworthy is unlikely to become successful in life. Yet the person who believes that they are ‘right’ can be successful regardless of the cost to people around them.
Humanity today is at crisis point. In most countries there is a
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The mystical prowess of woman
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Inside each and every single human being, there are two polarities. There is a male and a female polarity. It doesn’t matter which gender you are, you have both male and female energies within your body. These energies are also known as yin (female) and yang (male). However, most of us are completely unaware of how to use these energies. The world is more identified with the masculine energy, and has greatly suppressed the feminine. That is why, the energy of the awakening on this planet, is feminine energy.
Because we have suppressed the feminine over the past several thousand years, this planet has been thrown into
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The controversial yogi
Osho was born 11 December 1931 and departed this life 19 January 1990
Born Chandra Mohan Jain, and like a chameleon, Osho was known as Acharya Rajneesh during the 1960s, as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh during the 1970s and 1980s and as Osho from 1989. Over his lifetime, he became an Indian mystic and spiritual teacher (guru) with a large international following.
As a professor of philosophy, he travelled throughout India in the 1960s as a public speaker and his outspoken criticism of socialism, Mahatma Gandhi and institutionalised religions which made him controversial. He also advocated a more open attitude towards sexuality: a stance that earned him the sobriquet “sex guru” in the Indian and later international press.
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And the nature of suffering
Most people at some stage in their lives, and more so if they fall into the middle and lower socio economic classes in Western society will disparage their life and experience of time passing. How often have you heard someone say that they hate their life or that they can’t wait for it to be over?
There are many reasons to take on such an attitude. When we are very young, adults tend to act very nonsensical and as such child’s minds are filled with trivia until such time as they can make sense of their world. There is a time and place to go “goo goo gaga” but very often parents do not know
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Symptomatic of disease and not the real problem
If you think for a moment that of all the people on this planet we call Earth, on this planet that we are entirely dependent for our continued existence, and the fact that we have no idea what we are doing here beyond survival and a few trivial pursuit’s, a third of the worlds population is always hungry and malnourished.
In the Western world we have the increasing problem of homelessness and this is symptomatic of a civilisational disease and the only cure or solution to this problem is by healing the problems within civilisation.
The problems within civilisation have been developing, festering over thousands of years and are not new. The
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The givers of life
Life is a balancing act that works best when we all cooperate
Life’s not easy in the politically correct world in which we live yet when we strip away the gloss, we can see that women not only bring us all into the world, they are strong and enduring, but often treated with disdain. Like other species, male input is required to reproduce meaning a level of cooperation is required. Nature helps in this respect through the chemistry of desire and we have evolved various systems of living together.
Yet within relationships, as humanity has lost its way and men especially are burdened by emotions they are unable to deal with, they often blame women.
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