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How the Soul of Leopard Diabolo became Spirit

SOUL energy exists in both humans and animals, and when they communicate on the same level, magic happens.

This is the incredible story of how a dangerous leopard called Diabolo was tamed by an animal whisperer, and then renamed Spirit. 588 more words

Psychology & Human Nature

The Karma of Intention, a Force in Nature

THE act of true intending is widely misunderstood, because there are hidden aspects of so-called intent consisting solely of desire for personal fulfillment.

Seducing the public to desire beauty, riches and power is the undisguised theme of thousands of self-help books written by so-called gurus seeking money and fame. 989 more words

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Dreaming is a Crucial Mental State

WHEN our thick brains get all heated up worrying about life’s complexities, that’s often  the best time to kick off our shoes, and give it a rest. 2,071 more words

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Waking the Spiritual Eye, the Shiva Dance

SPIRITUAL cultivation is defined by the degree to which one is able to activate their inner, or ‘all-seeing’ intuitive Shiva Eye.

Our ability to reawaken our now dormant… 1,013 more words

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Telepathy, a Power Common to Everyone

THE sensitive universal astral matrix can transmit “pictures of events to come,” wrote W. Q. Judge in The Ocean of Theosophy (Ch. 16), but only if the creations “are sufficiently well marked and made.” … 1,276 more words

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Finding Nirvana with a Stroke of Insight

LORD Krishna the famed deity of Hinduism, pegged the complex duality of our human minds more than five thousand years ago.

In the Bhagavad-Gita Krishna instructs his disciple Arjuna on the paradoxical nature of the mind and senses — all while the pair were in the middle of a battlefield with arrows flying. 1,134 more words

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Being Who You Are: Proof of Reincarnation

REDWOOD trees live in families. “They have very shallow roots, but redwood trees are connected to each other through their root system” says pioneer nature defender Julia Butterfly Hill. 3,173 more words

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