Ali Pour@alipathwalker

Metanoia, Equanimity, TruthSeeker, DeepThinker, MysticMaster & PathWalker.

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1. In order to become who we want to be-first we must embrace who we are at this very moment. The key is self-acceptance. In order to embrace a true understanding of compassion, we must first embrace our suffering.... If we are to become spiritual beings, then we must first embrace our ‘humanness.’ In other words, we accept our imperfections on a
physical level and know that once we are no longer a physical being, our spiritual being will continue to exist and progress in its own divine journey. We accept the fundamental principal that we are spiritual beings—having a human experience.

2. Be present. Far too many individuals either, ruminate about the past or project into the future-mindful presence is a thoughtful process that takes time and commitment to obtain. The time spent learning to be present in the moment—is well worth the reward. Learning to be in the moment means re-training our thoughts, disciplining our minds, and anchoring ourselves in the here-and-now. It means, learning to become aware of each breathing moment and how it affects us.

3. The act of self-compassion becomes the art of self-love. In other words, we must learn to find a deep and profound love for our inner-being. This first begins with surrendering the attachments of the material world we are conditioned to believe in—in lieu of an attachment to our inner-self. It is what I coin “internal life.” It doesn’t mean being narcissistic, but rather believing that we are enough. Sometimes, it can be as simple as giving ourselves a break and not having to have all the answers— it is learning to live in the “in between.” When we learn to live within—we will never live without. Observe your negative thoughts & attitude... research & Make TIME for DAILY meditate & Breathing to release and transmute & transform. ✨🙏🐉


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Do YOU have issues with your inner child?! Destructive behavior takes various forms: from subtle self-sabotage and self-defeating patterns to passive hostility to severe self-destructive symptoms, violent aggression and, sometimes, evil deeds. Commonly, destructive behavior in adults bears the impetuous, impulsive quality of childish petulance or narcissistic temper tantrums. Or an infantile neediness, dependency, and dread of abandonment. Or an irresponsibility and angry refusal to be an adult.. The fact is that the majority of so-called adults are not truly adults at all. We all get older. Anyone, with a little luck, can do that. But, psychologically speaking, this is not adulthood. True adulthood hinges on acknowledging, accepting, and taking responsibility for loving and parenting one's own inner child. For most adults, this never happens. Instead, their inner child has been denied, neglected, disparaged, abandoned or rejected. We are told by society to "grow up," putting childish things aside. To become adults, we've been taught that our inner child--representing our child-like capacity for innocence, wonder, awe, joy, sensitivity and playfulness--must be stifled, quarantined or even killed. The inner child comprises and potentiates these positive qualities. But it also holds our accumulated childhood hurts, traumas, fears and angers. "Grown-ups" are convinced they have successfully outgrown, jettisoned, and left this child--and its emotional baggage--long behind. But this is far from the truth. Research deeper for healing your inner child.. Make time for daily meditation & face your issues with care. 🙏✨🐉👑


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Our DNA seems to have been manipulated in the past by beings that passed themselves off as Gods. In Sumer, the alien race of "gods" were known as the Anunnaki.
In Greece, the Annodoti. In the Celtic lore, the Tuatha de Danaan. In the Semetic scriptures (Torah, Talmud, Old Testament, and other Apocryphal texts like the Book of Enoch), they are called The Nephilim, The Sons of God, or The Watchers.
These Anunnaki are said to occupy another planet in our solar system (known to scientists searching for it as 'Planet X'). This planet is called Nibiru by the ancient Sumerians, and is said to have a long elliptical orbit of 3600 years.
This planet, unlike other planets in our solar system, moves clockwise, rather than counter clockwise.
Man was separate from the gods, like a domesticated animal, and there was a great cultural taboo amongst the gods against sharing any of their sacred information with humanity, even things such as writing and mathematics.
These gods ruled directly over Egypt, Mesopotamia, and the Indus Valley, and their rule is recorded in the histories of all three civilizations.

At some point, it is told, some of the gods broke rank. This is again recorded in just about every culture on Earth that has a written or oral history of legends. Some of the gods, finding human females most appealing, intermarried with them (breaking, of course, a major taboo within their own culture), and creating a race of human/god hybrids.

However, these actions (the interbreeding and sharing of secrets with humans) incurred the wrath of the Most High God, and a number of other gods who were disgusted by this interracial breeding. This sparked the massive and devastating battle of the gods that has come down to us in the legends of both the War in Heaven, and the Deluge.
Interestingly, this flood is mentioned in the legends of almost every ancient culture on Earth.... We can all rise above this and it could literally happen overnight.. We can no longer tolerate the hatred of other countries, we are the ones we have been waiting for.  In other words, we have the power to change things right now, BUT first, we must unite as a global community.
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يَا غَاِلباً غَيْرَ مَغْلُوبٍ
O Dominant who is not overpowered..... Below you will find our collection of inspirational & wise quotes collected over the years from a variety of sources:

We create our fate every day we live.
Henry Miller

Fate leads the willing and drags along the unwilling.
Seneca

No power or virtue of man could ever have deserved that what has been fated should not have taken place.
Marcellinus Ammianus

Fate is nothing but the deeds committed in a prior state of existence.
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Fate is for those too weak to determine their own destiny.
Kamran Hamid

Men are not prisoners of fate, but only prisoners of their own minds.
Franklin D. Roosevelt

Sometimes our fate resembles a fruit tree in winter. Who would think that those branches would turn green again and blossom, but we hope it, we know it.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Wherever a man may happen to turn, whatever a man may undertake, he will always end up by returning to the path which nature has marked out for him.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Accept the things to which fate binds you, and love the people with whom fate brings you together, but do so with all your heart.
Marcus Aurelius

Each player must accept the cards life deals him or her. But once they are in hand, he or she alone must decide how to play the cards in order to win the game.
Voltaire

Many men would take the death sentence without a whimper to escape the life sentence which Fate carries in her hand.
T.E. Lawrence

We may become the makers of our fate when we have ceased to pose as its prophets.
Karl Popper

How a person masters his fate is more important than what his fate is.
Karl Wilhelm von Humboldt

When an inner situation is not made conscious, it appears outside as fate.
Carl Jung

As we move through life, the force of fate creates events that we only appreciate when we reflect on our existence.
Ronald Harmon


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Jung spent the better part of the end of his life studying the subject of alchemy, which has been called the search for the godhead in matter. In typical "Jungian" style, his interest in alchemy developed from a vivid dream about an ancient library full of arcane books. Later, after much searching, Jung came to posses such a library. Alchemy reflected in symbolic form the same sorts of imagery Jung saw in his practice in neurosis, psychosis, dreams and imagination. Jung insisted that the psyche cannot be understood in conceptual terms, but only through living images or symbols, which are able to contain paradox and ambiguity. Alchemy reflects the process of personal transformation in the metaphor of transmuting base metals into gold( search for DNA crystallisation).... I want to step back just a little to place this stage in context using symbolism. In the first stage, nigredo,, light was lost as the psyche descended into the inner world of the unconscious where all the negative and fearful aspects of self have been contained as if in some personal hell. In the second stage, albedo, a light appears in the darkness, the light of an awakened soul which is symbolised as a moon (the feminine) shining in the darkness. The third stage, citrinitas, brings forth the light of the sun (the masculine), a light which magically transforms the shadowy and fearful into valuable consciousness. It is as though one has achieved the treasure grace à Dieu, through the Grace of God.

In this stage, awareness deepens. The problem yet remains how to assimilate this in order to return to the balance of being an ordinary human living an ordinary life? The objective of any therapy is to allow each of us to become at one with ourselves so that we can be fully present in our outer world as well as in our inner world. The objective of therapy is not to turn us into mystical and magical beings that don’t belong to the world. Assimilating bits of the unconscious aspects of ourselves is a huge task that sometimes falls off the rails, especially when we meet with the awe that comes with discovering the gold within ourselves. Love, Light & Deep Meditation is the KEY 🔑🙏✨🐉


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The part of the person that is one’s ego is a construction of self arising from external views or perceptions of who we are. The ego measures us against others and competes for a greater sense of self and fulfillment, bound by ideas of what we have done in the past and what we will do in the future and limited to a single dimensional aspect of self. Ego therefore is a unique tasking system of analyzing, judging and labeling, thus creating in your mind who you think you are. The ego can never be satisfied, and, because is exists on the outward surface, it can never attain a connection to universal cosmic awareness of self and others. To get beyond our ego self, we must manifest a new orientation towards a greater awareness and a connection to soul self. All of our fears, judgments, thoughts and emotions are part of ego. Beneath the ego is the soul where we can process the world though love and compassion and a sense of unity to all of the cosmos... The practice of finding one’s cosmic or enlightened ego is described as a means to connecting oneself to a higher level of awareness, beyond the demands of the selfish ego. Many religions discuss ego, as do experts in the field of psychology... For instance, in Islam the ego, known in Arabic as the nafs, is an aspect of ourselves, a perception of reality, through which we filter all experience. And it is this holy or spiritual struggle against the self that comprises the essence of Islamic Spirituality. The fundamental characteristic of the ego is based in resistance, and that the path to transcending the self and ultimately overcoming the ego is in surrender, the very meaning of Islam. Through the Islamic spiritual path, which is based in the principle of internal surrender, one can achieve freedom from the limited finite self, dissolve the ego, and awaken to the Divine Presence of God....
Christianity discusses principles about humility as a way to overcome sense of self (or ego). According to the Christian Bible, an inflated ego and its focus on self are not in keeping with the Christian call for humility. Rather, it is the antithesis of what characterizes true Christians—dependence on God and service to others. 🙏✨


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This Warrior Quotes are dedicated to all those Warriors and Gladiators who put down their lives defending and fighting for their soil. "Self-respect is the fruit of discipline."- Abraham J. Heschel "I worshipped dead men for their strength, forgetting I was strong."- Vita Sackville-West "Nothing is so strong as gentleness. Nothing is so gentle as real strength."- Frances de Sales "Where do you begin? Perfect is a good place to start. We must always focus on improving things that are already perfect."- Viol "We make war that we may live in peace."- Aristotle "To be prepared for war is one of the most effectual means of preserving peace."- General George Washington "He Who Knows Others Is Wise. He Who Knows Himself Is Enlightened."- Tao Te Ching "Without Knowledge, Skill cannot be focused. Without Skill, Strength cannot be brought to bear and without Strength, Knowledge may not be applied." - Alexander the Great's Chief Physician "Fear is the true opiate of combat." "To a real warrior, power perceived may be power achieved." "Given enough time, any man may master the physical. With enough knowledge, any man may become wise. It is the true warrior who can master both....and surpass the result."- Tien T'ai "Act like a man of thought - Think like a man of action."- Thomas Mann "It is a brave act of valor to condemn death, but where life is more terrible than death it is then the truest valor to dare to live."- Sir Thomas Brown "Your work is to discover your work and then with all your heart to give yourself to it."- Buddha "Vive la mort, vive la guerre, vive le sacre mercenaire."("Long live death, long live war, long live the cursed mercenary.") - Mercenary marching cadence and toast. "One mind, any weapon."- Hunter B. Armstrong "Civilize the mind but make savage the body."- Chairman Mao "Unless you do your best, the day will come when, tired and hungry, you will halt just short of the goal you were ordered to reach, and by halting you will make useless the efforts and deaths of thousands."- Gen. George S. Patton... Observe your negative thoughts & emotions... make TIME for daily spiritual rituals & Meditation.. balance your life. 🙏✨🐉


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Everything is energy. The intelligence of God is energy, the most outstanding, loving, life-giving energy coursing through everything and all of us, uniting everything. This godliness, this holy wholeness, is expansive both inwardly and outwardly. God is energy both cosmic and atomic, here and now, but there is no God as monotheism most ardently puts forth — there is no detectable outside intelligence in charge, rather, there is intelligence and godliness in everything, charged.

God is the underlying, unifying, unspeakable intelligence that connects you to everything. God is not an outside entity, but the energy of holiness, wholeness, knowingness, lovingness, and expansion — the purity of entirety. Where monotheism bases itself on the concept of one God, outside creation, GOD is infinite energy.

That said, God is capable of Being in infinite forms in a singular moment, thus every speck of dust in the universe has a God — is God — as the Hindu traditions sometimes put forth. And thus, as the American Indian traditions variously put forth, everywhere has the potential to be the center of the universe, from heart to mountain. This fundamental understanding does not negate the concept of a supreme creator God consciousness, and more importantly, highlights that many systems and organizations that claim to offer the path to God do not actually operate in line with godliness, and walk in the dark rather than the light — in stagnation, disconnection and limitation instead of amplification, connection and limitlessness.

Of course, I could be totally wrong about this. God is limitless and timeless, like energy, and beyond our understanding, and there very well might exist the exact same figure monotheists believe in as “God”. Indeed, I don’t know. What I do know is that limiting God to one form or interpretation ensures that the interpretation will likely be wrong, and as history has proven, potentiates that the interpretation will be used for wrong — to institutionalize and therefore co-opt the individual relationship with God.
If you believe that you know God, you really do not. If you seek to know YOU as GOD then you might. NOT the divine creator. ✨🙏


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Awareness is the key to navigating whatever is presenting itself for healing in my life. It is one thing to practise awareness in the quiet of my personal space. It is another to practise it when I am challenged by relationships and I feel things going sideways. Whatever is presenting itself is perfect for my spiritual growth because it is an opportunity to respond differently than I have in the past. When I react as I always have, I recreate the same painful results. I have certainly proven that again and again. Now, when I realize that things are going off the rails, I pause, get quiet, and go within — to consciousness, to my soul, to the Divine within me — to observe and to seek guidance, and it always comes in the moment that I ask. Every single time, returning to awareness has resulted in enlarging my perspective and in opening a space for love and forgiveness to guide my response; doing so has created a path forward instead of sideways and off the rails. Each experience affirms my knowing that I am always guided and supported and that it is through returning to the space of consciousness within me that I will find my way and respond in a way that heals and brings unity instead of recreating pain and separation.

Finding awareness was definitely an important step on my spiritual journey, but what was important for me to learn was that it was a step and the journey continues. Again and again, I am called to practise awareness and to return to the consciousness that lies within me, that IS me, this IS you. Finding awareness doesn’t equal happily ever after, but it points the way to how we can find healing and wholeness.

Dear spiritual sisters and brothers, each challenge that arises in your life is an opportunity for spiritual growth, an opportunity to go deeper and to practise awareness instead of succumbing to egoic reactions. Each challenge offers a chance to return to that inner space of awareness within you, to ask for and follow the inner guidance that is there for you, and to feel the sustaining power and support of the Divine, of God’s Love. Salam/Namaste 🙏


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The problem is that most self improvement is about contrived goals that come purely out of ambition. It’s all about decisions to improve in one area versus another. We form these ideas of who we want to be or what we want to do, then we undertake self improvement in that area. That’s a problem because the ideas of who we want to be largely come from our egos – when we choose what to work on from the level of our psyche, we are ultimately defeated if we adopt roles and inauthenticity. When we come at our lives from a context of struggle and fear we work on one thing, find it insufficient, and move to the next. We don’t know what we need to work on from the level of ego... The Struggle of Life:
In truth, there is generally very little struggle in modern life. In the absence of real conflict and danger, we simply invent the struggle. We create most problems at the levels of our egos and when we minimize our egos we minimize the struggle. There’s real problems ranging from a snake in the bush to the consumer culture, but those aren’t nearly as common or prevalent in our minds...
It feels like we’re constantly defending our territory and climbing uphill when the focus of our consciousness is at the level of the temporal. That’s just the ego too, though – when life (or the universe, or God) gives us alternative challenges to ones we think we should work on, we become frustrated.. What we’re talking about here is all those people we find irritating, all that frustration we have in our slow progress, and all those circumstances in life that we wish we could escape from but, for whatever reason, truly can’t. That’s a tricky subject, that last one, because we almost always can – but not always quickly. When it’s a slow working toward release, impatience threatens to undermine our motivations to see the change through.. When we drop out of the context of our egos a little bit, though, we can let go of our inauthentic pain and see that we’re being called to work on parts of ourselves that we’d prefer to just ignore. Things that bring up fear and anger within us, that we’ve buried deep within and that keep us from happiness. Meditate، Observe your Thoughts & behaviour. ✨


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What’s a “Bars ache?” The Bars are a series of 32 points on the head, each of which correlates to a particular area of our life. These include money, body, sexuality, control, awareness, joy and sadness just to name a few. They can occasionally be activated by our activities of daily life, which can cause us to experience a feeling of intensity in those points on our head. These points were discovered by Gary Douglas, founder of Access Consciousness, over 20 years ago. Since then thousands of people world-wide have had the experience of having their “Bars run,” (meaning those 32 points on the head gently touched) with overwhelmingly positive results. Having your “Bars run” is a relaxing experience. All that’s required of you as the recipient is to lie down, relax, and receive. The giver of the session touches the specific points on your head (the Bar points are the end of the bars, which extend energetically through your head as a bar of energy, hence naming them “The Bars.”) with very light pressure. The worst that can happen after an hour long Bars session is you’ll feel like you had great massage. The best that can happen is your whole life can change. The class lasts one relaxing day, in which you give and receive two complete Bars sessions. At the end of the training, you are qualified to perform Bars for others, including not only family and friends, but also paying clients if you wish.

A great side effect of having your Bars run is that each session clears 10,000 years of negativity. Talk about an anti-aging strategy! People who get their Bars run regularly tend to appear to stop aging and soon look younger than peers their age.... HIGHLY recommended....research for local healers in your city... Personally I met an amazing woman in Bahrain 🇧🇭 you can check her page @quantumtouchbahrain 🙏✨🐉👑


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We are here because we recognize our nation and our species are in deep crisis not only economically, but also socially, environmentally, and politically. We are committed to being part of the solution. I hope this may turn out to be a landmark event that we’ll all look back on as a critical turning point for this region and perhaps beyond... Defining Issues
In quick overview:
Climate disruption is accelerating...
International institutions are announcing food shortages that might well be permanent...
Phantom wealth making more money than ever for the world’s already richest people to further widen the gap between rich and poor... Our nation’s most prominent instrument for dealing with the related social failure is the prison system...
Our economic and political institutions show no sign of capacity to address the defining problems of our time... Competition, greed, and the pursuit of ever more profligate consumption will not resolve the unfolding crisis. Cooperation, material sufficiency, and spiritual abundance are our only hope for a livable future—as the spiritual teachers of all the world’s great religions have continuously reminded us down through the ages. We all know it in our heart of hearts, but economists, media, and politicians continuously play to emotions of fear and greed and call us to compete and consume as our defining national cause.
The underlying issues are moral issues. Our collective future depends on a spiritual awakening that transcends our individual faith traditions. I believe that awakening is happening, but at a far slower pace than our times require, because it has no identifiable institutional support and it faces determined opposition from the forces of fear and greed. This is a moment for the institutions of our various faith traditions to discover their common spiritual roots and mobilize to embrace, deepen, and accelerate the awakening and the actions that must flow from it... I trust you recognize the epic nature of the challenge before us and its relevance to the prophetic mission and vision of our faith institutions. We have come to a moment in the human experience at which this transformation is possible. WAKE UP. 🐉


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The Ouroboros is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon eating its own tail. The name originates from within Greek language; (oura) meaning "tail" and (boros) meaning "eating", thus "he who eats the tail". The Ouroboros represents the perpetual cyclic renewal of life and infinity, the concept of eternity and the eternal return, and represents the cycle of life, death and rebirth, leading to immortality, as in the Phoenix... It can also represent the idea of primordial unity related to something existing in or persisting before any beginning with such force or qualities it cannot be extinguished. The ouroboros has been important in religious and mythological symbolism, but has also been frequently used in alchemical illustrations, where it symbolizes the circular nature of the alchemist's opus. It is also often associated with Gnosticism and Hermeticism... The serpent or dragon eating its own tail has survived from antiquity and can be traced back to Ancient Egypt, circa 1600 B.C.E. It is contained in the Egyptian Book of the Netherworld.... The eating of it’s own tail declares the statement “The end is the beginning” and reminds us of the eternal nature of energy which cannot be destroyed, only transformed... Alpha, Omega... The inner Kingdom of light ✨🙏👑


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Top 10 Personal Development Quotes: “Absorb what is useful, Discard what is not, Add what is uniquely your own.” — Bruce Lee
“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” — Viktor Frankl
“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” — George Bernard Shaw
“The only journey is the journey within.” — Rainer Maria Rilke
“They must often change who would be constant in happiness or wisdom.” – Confucius
“We must become the change we want to see.” — Mahatma Gandhi
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” — Will Durant
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson
“What we think, we become.” – Buddha
“What ever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” — Napoleon Hill... Few Character Quotes: “A good criterion for measuring success in life is the number of people you have made happy.”
— Robert J. Lumsden “A good heart is better than all the heads in the world.”
— Edward Bulwer-Lytton “A man who finds no satisfaction in himself will seek for it in vain elsewhere.”
— La Rochefoucauld “Ability may take you to the top, but it takes character to stay there.”
— William Blake “Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it.”
— Bruce Lee “Be humble always and identify with the common man; even when success and achievements want to make you proud.”
— Bishop Leonard Umumna “Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.”
— Dr. Seuss “Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved.”
— Helen Keller “Everybody wants to be somebody; nobody wants to grow.”
— Johann Wolfgang von Goethe “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.”
— Reinhold H. Niebuhr
Research & Observe 🙏✨🐉


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Having a purpose makes it impossible to merely exist. When you have a definite reason for living, a “why” behind every action, your passions and talents will drive you toward a happy, fulfilling destination.
We are all here for a reason, so get some inspiration to find yours from these inspiring quotes about living your life on purpose... 1. “It’s not enough to have lived. We should be determined to live for something.” ―Winston S. Churchill. 2. “The path to our destination is not always a straight one. We go down the wrong road, we get lost, we turn back. Maybe it doesn’t matter which road we embark on. Maybe what matters is that we embark.” ―Barbara Hall. 3. “People take different roads seeking fulfillment and happiness. Just because they’re not on your road doesn’t mean they’ve gotten lost.” ―Dalai Lama. 4. “The heart of human excellence often begins to beat when you discover a pursuit that absorbs you, frees you, challenges you, or gives you a sense of meaning, joy, or passion.” ―Terry Orlick. 5. “Definiteness of purpose is the starting point of all achievement.” ―W. Clement Stone. 6. “To begin to think with purpose, is to enter the ranks of those strong ones who only recognize failure as one of the pathways to attainment.” ―James Allen. 7. “The mystery of human existence lies not in just staying alive, but in finding something to live for.” ―Fyodor Dostoyevsky. 8. “The soul which has no fixed purpose in life is lost; to be everywhere, is to be nowhere.” ―Michel de Montaigne. 9. “If you can tune into your purpose and really align with it, setting goals so that your vision is an expression of that purpose, then life flows much more easily.” ―Jack Canfield. 10. “The person without a purpose is like a ship without a rudder.” ―Thomas Carlyle. 11. “Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction.” ―John F. Kennedy. 12. “True happiness… is not attained through self-gratification, but through fidelity to a worthy purpose.” ―Helen Keller. 13. “The best way to lengthen out our days is to walk steadily and with a purpose.” ―Charles Dickens. Take TIME to breathe and dive deep into your divine soul. ✨🙏🐉


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The dragons have played a part in the history of the universe since the beginning. We see them sprinkled throughout ancient traditions, religions and philosophies and yet they always hold an air of purely mythic or legendary existence. Some of those traditions have held the dragons in high esteem and import, while others have portrayed them as fearful beasts... with a consciousness that allows us to move and expand into the next evolutionary phase: the next spiral. It is through our connection to the dragon energies becoming available once again that our Lightbodies can be fully grounded into the physical. This is why the dragons are resurfacing, and play such a crucial role at this time on the planet. They are the guardians of the deepest layers of density in the core of Gaia that hold the secrets to our ascension process. It is they who have held the knowledge and keys to the activation and anchoring of the crystalline matrices and higher Light geometries within our physical bodies and Gaia's that are necessary for us to hold our highest Lightbodies in form. They have been awakening and activating deep connections within many of us in the last few years, in order that we may remember our connections to them and invite them to show us the pieces we are missing. Many on the planet are feeling drawn to them again, whether by direct experience, an interest in dragon art or books or an unexplainable awakening of something deep within us tied to dragons that we can't pinpoint.

The Dragon Within is in essence a history and practical guidebook to work with these magnificent Beings. It will open the ley lines of energy long closed off in the physical and etheric bodies that are connected to the dragons. It will bring on a journey of discovery both unexpected and yet uncannily familiar. It will expose you to the deepest, most abundant love that you have yet experienced, as this is the truest essence of these Beings - Love, Power and Wisdom - and they will teach each of us a great deal. BREATHE LIGHT & LOVE ✨🙏🐉🌍


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The “dark night of the soul” is a term that goes back a long time. It is a term used to describe what one could call a collapse of a perceived meaning in life…an eruption into your life of a deep sense of meaninglessness. The inner state in some cases is very close to what is conventionally called depression. Nothing makes sense anymore, there’s no purpose to anything. Sometimes it’s triggered by some external event, some disaster perhaps, on an external level. The death of someone close to you could trigger it or anything considered important, and the meaning that you had given your life for some reason collapses. It can happen if something happens that you can’t explain away anymore, some disaster which seems to invalidate the meaning that your life had before. Really what has collapsed then is the whole conceptual framework for your life, the meaning that your mind had given it.... A deeper sense of purpose or connectedness with a greater life that is not dependent on explanations, It’s a kind of re-birth. The dark night of the soul is a kind of death that you die. What dies is the egoic sense of self. LOOK around the room at whatever you happen to be looking at, and say “this doesn’t mean anything”, “that doesn’t mean anything”... The purpose of a lesson Is a little bit like re-creating what can happen during the dark night of the soul. It’s the collapse of a mind-made meaning, conceptual meaning, of life… You are meant to arrive at a place of conceptual meaninglessness. Or one could say a state of ignorance – where things lose the meaning that you had given them, which was all conditioned and cultural and so on. Then you can look upon the world without imposing a mind-made framework of meaning. It looks of course as if you no longer understand anything. That’s why it’s so scary when it happens to you, instead of you actually consciously embracing it. It can bring about the dark night of the soul – to go around the Universe without any longer interpreting it compulsively, as an innocent presence... You look upon events, people, and so on with a deep sense of aliveness. just allow & accept with total Surrender.. BREATHE 🙏✨🐉


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In self-treatment & HEALING, the DDD (Dilemma of Delusion and Denial) is stronger than when working with others. This makes it tough to get clarity with clairvoyance and clairaudience. Therefore, we recommend that at first you work only with your intention and your hands (clairsentience) when self-treating. As you practice, you will gain clarity and confidence. More importantly, you will come to trust that you are loved just as you are, and therefore feel it's safe to see your own flaws so you can work with them... close your eyes BREATHE, imagine the divine light is connecting & BELIEVE that your ability to self-treat will improve exponentially and soon you will be using other perceptions, but if this is your first time through, focus on the power in your hands... Draw your focus to the pain-topic you have selected for this exercise. Gently and lovingly connect to the pain; instead of avoiding how it feels, hold sweet curiosity about it. Don't be afraid to feel what is really there. The only helpful attitude to have is mindful awareness. You can do it... Pay attention as the screens pass through. Often you will notice them sticking or snagging at certain spots; note those areas as places in which traumas might be buried. The pain that manifests in your knee might have roots somewhere entirely different. Simply note the areas. Periodically ask your Guides if you are complete with the screens. When you get a "Yes," move to the next step, below.

General Call for Soul Fragment Retrieval

With intention and even by circulating your hands, create a smaller bubble of light between your hands, approximately two feet high by 1 foot wide. Now hold your hands out, palms up. Call for all your soul fragments who wish to heal, to come into this bubble of light in your hands. Notice the tangible weight of the energy on your hands as the fragments settle into the bubble. Send a unifying frequency through your field with sound, with intention, or by asking for Divine help. Ask for the secondary release. Ask Lightbeings who know exactly what to do to bring the work to perfection... Research for self Reiki. 🙏✨


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The heart is the center of your being. In fact, research now indicates that the heart may be a second brain, a brain more powerful than the one on top of your shoulders. A brain that is fully activated when you are giving and receiving pure love and acts of pure, unselfish devotion. It is through our heart that we give and receive love.

But our hearts are vulnerable to emotional injury. Sometimes trapped emotions are created in the body, and sometimes these trapped emotions lodge in the heart area.

Since all things are nothing but pure energy by their very nature, a trapped emotion is no different, and consists of pure energy. I believe that Heart Walls affect us in two ways. First, they block the heart energy from flowing through the body; this makes it more difficult for the body to heal itself, and can cause physical symptoms, particularly in the neck, upper back and shoulders. Second, they block us from fully opening our hearts to others. The importance of clearing the HeartWall from yourself and your loved ones cannot be overestimated. In practice, I have found incredibly profound results from clearing the emotions that form the heart wall. I have seen suicidally-depressed people completely get over their depression and recover after having the heartwall cleared. I have seen seemingly unreachable, very angry young people who were getting poor grades turn their lives around. I have seen the incredible serenity that people regain when they again feel connected to the people around them. People have even related to us that for the first time in their lives they can actually feel God’s love for them. BREATHE 🙏✨❤️


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Knowledge is universal. What one learns benefits all. Universal knowledge is also timeless, and what is learned in one age benefits all others. This site compiles the various expressions of Hermeticism by eminent authors of all times. The variety of our compilation proves the universality of man’s quest for wisdom and shows that no age was necessarily nearer or farther from it than any other.... “As above, so below, as within, so without, as the universe, so the soul…” Hermes Trismegistus... These are the seven principles taught by Hermes Trismegistus, also known as Hermes, the Greek God of travelers/thieves/commerce and the messenger of the Gods. He was also known as the great priest Thoth to the Egyptians. “….it is understood that these ideas where passed from Master to Initiate for generations, for the purpose of personal growth and with the intention of achieving a greater and deeper understanding of the self, the world and beyond. For the student of religion, philosophy and science, the Hermetic teachings act as the key to tying all of the different schools of thought into one cohesive body of knowledge.” The Seven Principles of the Universe:

1. Principle of Mentalism: “All is Mind”

2. Principle of Correspondence: “As is above, so is below. As is below, so is above.” 3. Principle of Vibration: “Nothing rests; everything moves; everything vibrates.” 4. Principle of Polarity: “Everything is dual; everything has an opposite, and opposites are identical in nature but different in degree.” 5. Principle of Rhythm: “Everything flows, out and in; the pendulum-swing manifests in everything; the measure of the swing to the right is the measure of the swing to the left- rhythm compensates.” 6. Principle of Cause and Effect: “Every cause has its effect; every effect has its cause.” 7. Principle of Gender: “Everything has its masculine and feminine principles.” 🐉👑


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Socrates started a trend over two millennia ago ... and his words still echo down to us today with wisdom and courage. If you plan on taking a journey to discover who you are ... here are some inspiring quotes to help you along the way:

Man, know thyself.
- Socrates

Knowing others is wisdom, knowing yourself is enlightenment.
- Lao Tzu

You're the only kind of knowledge
They don't teach at any college
You're an education in yourself ...
- Harry Warren, Al Dubin
Know thyself means this, that you get acquainted with what you know, and what you can do.
- Menander

Man know thyself: then thou shalt know the Universe and God.
- Pythagoras

The unexamined life is not worth living.
- Socrates
What will my future be, I wonder?
- The Sound of Music
Critical Tasks:

What you allow yourself to be reflects what you have told yourself you are.
- unknown

We do not deal much in facts when we are contemplating ourselves.
- Mark Twain

The aim of life is self-development, to realize one's nature perfectly.
- Oscar Wilde ... the greatest good of man is daily to converse about virtue, and all that concerning which you hear me examining myself and others, and that the life which is unexamined is not worth living ...
- Socrates

The journey into self-love and self-acceptance must begin with self-examination .... until you take the journey of self-reflection, it is almost impossible to grow or learn in life.
- Iyanla Vanzant

Whoever would know himself, let him open a book.
- Jean Paulhan

Challenges:

There is nothing with which every man is so afraid as getting to know how enormously much he is capable of doing and becoming.
- Soren Kierkegaard

Death comes as a heavy blow when, known too well to others, you die unknown to yourself.
- Francis Bacon

There are three things extremely hard: steel, a diamond, and to know one's self.
- Benjamin Franklin. However, trying to discover a way to know yourself has left many people scratching their heads. Where do you start? What do you look for? How do you know when you have found it? Research deeper & make TIME for daily research & spiritual discipline ✨🙏🐉


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Saturn Lord of Karma
Your Guide to Spiritual Mastery: Saturn represents authority, discipline, hard work, labour and commitment. It’s also about guilt, resistance and delay.

Saturn in our birth chart is where we feel most inadequate – our Achilles heel. Its the voice that says “You’ll never be good at that!” It is our inner critic and cynic.

Usually someone in our childhood- a parent or teacher – took on Saturn’s role as the authority figure that we fought against... Discipline
Saturn tests us and will push us to our limits. It rules over time -the Greek god’s name Chronus means time- and is called the lord of Karma. Saturn’s lessons are discipline, practise and commitment. It has the power to reward like no other planet. Because we work and practise sustained effort, there is a sense of real satisfaction. Mars is exalted in Saturn’s sign of Capricorn. This is evident through weight training- as we do resistance training and lift heavy weights our muscles get stronger.

It is a spiritual energy that requires us to go within, to meditate, to slow down, listen and witness. Its here to help us understand that life’s lessons are not meant as punishment, but as learning. To move forward in our relationships commitment is essential. That means committing to the truth of the relationship. Each partner needs to be willing to communicate and both partners need to be heading in the same direction for a relationship to work. Saturn wants commitment.
Self Mastery is one of Saturn’s key lessons. This best selling Karmic Insight Report gives concise information of Saturn, balanced with info on the Sun and Moon, your Major Life’s Lessons and the Gifts you have.
This succinct report concentrates on the planets that are most involved with karmic lessons:

The Moon carries unresolved past-life issues
The Sun represents the creative thrust of this life
Saturn, sometimes referred to as the planet of karma, shows your energetic blockages, weaknesses and fears.
It points to the areas of your life where the most concentrated effort and discipline will be required. If you do the work these will become your areas of greatest strength.
Salam/Namaste ✨🙏🐉


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“The cure for the pain is in the pain.” ~Rumi

Your body keeps a physical memory of all of your experiences.

You have lots of memories stored in your brain that you can recount at any given moment. You can recall names, faces, where the event took place, what it smelled like. But over time, these memories fade or change as time passes and we mature. However, even when the memory begins to fade from your brain, it lives on in your body in the form of physical sensations and behavior patterns.

The body doesn't forget.

The events of our lives leave physiological imprints in our bodies, especially when we experience trauma or situations of extreme stress that cause the body to fight, flee, or freeze in order to cope... Humans, however, don't naturally do this. Instead we carry our stress, anxiety, and trauma around with us every day and use food and other addictive behaviors to soothe ourselves and quiet the emotional discomfort... The first tool to put in your emotional tool-kit: non-judgment

When you feel emotionally triggered and tempted to turn to food or other addictive behaviors for comfort, try not to judge the reaction. Our bodies are programmed to seek pleasure, not discomfort, so it’s natural to try and find something to soothe the pain and make yourself feel better. The second tool in your emotional tool-kit: permission

Give yourself permission to feel—you have to feel it to heal it. The third tool in your emotional tool-kit: release

Now that you’ve allowed yourself to feel, it’s time to release the emotion from your body.

You can do this by gently shaking. Start with your feet and work your way up, one body part at a time, or you can turn on a song that mirrors the way you’re feeling and sing, dance, or cry until you feel physically and emotionally satisfied. The fourth tool in your emotional tool-kit: forgiveness

This is the most important tool in your tool-kit. In order to truly heal, you have to be able to forgive yourself. Finally: time.

Give yourself time to fill your emotional tool-kit and understand that healing is a journey—one that lasts a lifetime.


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Hebrew Sacred Salutation, the Qedushsha, which is used by all the Hierarchy and the Sons and Daughters of Light to greet "The Father" before His Throne. It is also used for the theophany of the Hierarchy, as well as to discern angelic orders through its use as a Salutation, determining those who serve the Eternal Father and those who are His true Messengers. The expression as a three-fold formula sets in motion a trinitized seal and is the highest expression of teamwork in the heavens and upon the earth. It is employed by the Elohim through the Kadumah Kadmon to connect with other sounds for the Divination of new worlds, whereby, "Each utterance of the Sacred Expression leads to the seed form which represents the complex nature of the basic energies of the Life forces." - Keys of Enoch Key 305.

Through its power all creative forms are connected with the Divine Eternal Law in Holliness and Sanctification. This cosmic sound provides additional octaves of sound beyond the normal human range through which every subatomic particle is activated by its own unique color vibration.

On the highest personal level, the Trinity power of the "Kodoish, Kodoish, Kodoish" can create a hyper-vortex, or pillar of Divine energy through which Super-space and Super-time can be crossed by this physical body, placing us in resonance with other levels of divine intelligence.

This formula can also be used to invoke Divine Protection since this Holy Expression is a Link between all Hierarchies as a Salutation of the Brotherhood with a common Father. It creates a pillar of energy protection which can be used in all practical situations for problem-solving, healing and all manner of raising consciousness and wherever we need to project energy to do the Work of the Kingdom.

As we use this Sacred Expression, three times for the Triple Powers to be activated, we sing and visualize the trinity (trikaya or three-fold vehicle) over our third eye. Now we are joined by a chorus from on High as Whole Light Beings make their appearance known to us. As we continue to use this Salutation, we are greeted by the Brotherhoods and Hosts of the Office of Shekinah, Christ, the Divine light. ✨🙏🐉


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The origin of the word ney dates back many years. In Sumerian culture, it is known that the ney came from the family of a wind instrument named "na." Na used to be made from cane. The person who plays the ney is called "nayi" in Arabic and "neyzen" in Farsi. The history of the neyzen is associated with the "Mevlevi" order since it is considered as a sacred instrument among Mevlevi sects.
Rumi was the first known neyzen, and Kutbün nayi Hamza Dede was the head of Rumi's dervishes. The ney has become the most important instrument, not only in Sufism, but also in other Turkish music genres. According to a historical account, after Prophet Muhammad ascended to Heaven, he shared the secret of God's divine beauty with Ali, his son-in-law.
Ali could not bear the power of God's love and wanted to share the secret of his beauty to a dump well. One day, Prophet Muhammad heard his secret while he was passing by the well. As soon as he looked at the well, he saw that a cane swinging in the wind was telling his secret. Therefore, it is said that the ney talks about the dense love and longing to be with God and always complains about being separated from God. In Sufi culture, the ney is a symbolic representation of the human.
It is believed that when a human's soul is combined with a human body and comes to the material world, the soul continuously yearns for the love of God. The sound of the ney represents its longing towards its reed field.


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The Knights Code of Chivalry and the vows of Knighthood
The Knights Code of Chivalry described in the Song of Roland and an excellent representation of the Knights Codes of Chivalry are as follows:

To fear God and maintain His Church, Temple & Teachings
To serve the liege lord in valour and faith
To protect the weak and defenceless
To give succour to widows and orphans
To refrain from the wanton giving of offence
To live by honour and for glory
To despise pecuniary reward
To fight for the welfare of all
To obey those placed in authority
To guard the honour of fellow knights
To eschew unfairness, meanness and deceit
To keep faith
At all times to speak the truth
To persevere to the end in any enterprise begun
To respect the honour of women
Never to refuse a challenge from an equal
Never to turn the back upon a foe
Of the seventeen entries in the Knights Codes of Chivalry, according to the Song of Roland, at least 12 relate to acts of chivalry as opposed to combat.

The Knights Code of Chivalry and the legends of King Arthur and Camelot
The ideals described in the Code of Chivalry were emphasised by the oaths and vows that were sworn in the Knighthood ceremonies of the Middle Ages and Medieval era. These sacred oaths of combat were combined with the ideals of chivalry and with strict rules of etiquette and conduct. The ideals of a Knights Code of Chivalry was publicised in the poems, ballads, writings and literary works of Knights authors. The wandering minstrels of the Middle Ages sang these ballads and were expected to memorize the words of long poems describing the valour and the code of chivalry followed by the Medieval knights. The Dark Age myths of Arthurian Legends featuring King Arthur, Camelot and the Knights of the Round Table further strengthen the idea of a Knights Code of Chivalry. The Arthurian legend revolves around the Code of Chivalry which was adhered to by the Knights of the Round Table - Honour, Honesty, Valour and Loyalty. Research deeper, make the right choices, value your divine SOUL & find your porpoise to serve others. ✨🙏🐉👑


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Possibly one of the most spiritually advanced and personality building code is The Native American Code of Ethics that was originally published in the Inter-Tribal Times in October 1994.

It's a Code of Ethics that teaches everybody, American or not, how to live their lives in the best way... 1. Rise with the sun to pray. Pray alone and often. The Great Spirit will listen only if you speak.... 2. Be tolerant of the people who are lost on their path. Ignorance, jealousy, anger, and greed stem from a lost soul. Pray that they'll find guidance... 3. Search for yourself, by yourself. Don't allow others to create your path for you. It's your road and yours alone. Others might walk it with you, but nobody can walk it for you... 4. Treat your guests in your home with consideration. Serve them the best food, offer them your best bed and treat them with respect and honor... 5. Don't take what isn't yours either from a person, community or culture. It wasn't earned nor given. It isn't yours... 6. Respect every little thing placed upon the earth... 7. Honor other people’s thoughts, desires, and words. Let each person express themselves.... 8. Never speak of others in a mean way. The negative energy you put out into the universe is going to multiply when it returns to you... 9. All people make mistakes. And all mistakes can be forgiven... 10. Negative thoughts cause illness of the mind, body, and soul. Practice optimism... 11. Nature is not FOR us, but a PART of us. Animals, plants and every other living creature are all part of our worldly family... 12. Children are the seeds of our future. You need to plant love in their hearts and shower them with wisdom and precious life’s lessons. When they're grown, give them space to mature... 13. Avoid hurting other people's heart. The poison of the pain you cause will return to you... 14. Be honest at all times. Honesty and truthfulness are the tests of one’s will within this world... 15. Keep yourself balanced. Work out the body to empower the mind. Grow rich in spirit to cure emotional pain... 16. Make conscious decisions regarding who you'll be and how you'll react. Be responsible for your actions. Peace & Respect ✨


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Victim Mentality Characteristics...
It's a Learned Behavior:
The victim mentality is a learned and acquired behavior, which means that it does not have at its base in any biological or genetic workings. It's something that the person has brought on due to constant churning and spinning of negative thoughts.... The Victim Believes He Has Been Wronged:
In the true sense of the word, a victim is described as someone who has been harmed even though he was not responsible for the incident and could not prevent the same, and therefore, deserves empathy. People who have a victim mentality are always under the impression that they have been treated unfairly, and have been wronged against without any fault of theirs, even though there is clear evidence that proves that they were responsible (completely or partially) for what happened.... The Victim Believes He Has No Control Over Life:
These people believe that they have no control over the outcome of anything, and they therefore shed responsibility too. When faced with any negativity or setbacks in life, they refuse to do something about it and move on; instead, they focus on the negative, play it over and over again in their heads, and thrive on the drama....It Leads to 'Believing in the Worst': People who adopt a victim mentality are a classic example of pessimists, they look at every situation as a potential wet blanket. They also feel that the world is out to get them―even though there might be evidence pointing otherwise. They are the first ones to point out the possible negative outcomes of any new situation, and therefore, not only do they only refuse to try something new themselves, but they also discourage others with their constant negativity.... It is Rampant with Negative Emotions:
The victim mentality leads to people constantly being guided by negative emotions like anger, fear, and sadness. There is always a suspicion about the intentions of people.... The Victim Expects Sympathy
One of the main characteristics of this behavior is that the 'victim' expects sympathy for all the bad things that he has gone through. He wants the attention and constant validation from others. Research deeper 🙏✨


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The human mind, inherently impatient, triggers emotional reactions when our ideas about how things should be collide with how things are. We sometimes torment ourselves about choices we’ve made, words we’ve spoken, and the path not taken. Or we dwell on the future, postponing our happiness with thoughts about what is missing or wrong in the present moment.
These thoughts and judgments are the source of our emotional pain... Practices for Emotional Release.
When you find yourself flooded with a negative emotion, the following practices can help you find your way back to your core of balance, peace, and wellbeing. • Resist the impulse to ignore your feelings, push them away, or judge them as bad. Instead ask them what they are trying to tell you. All emotions – including the most difficult ones – exist for a reason: to help you. will help you tune in to the message your body wants you to hear. • Be objective. If you identify personally with negativity and think, I am angry, depressed, miserable, stressed out, etc., it will be extremely difficult to detach and let go. Learn to see all emotions as only energy, like electricity that flows through you but isn’t about you. • Practice self-compassion. If you feel overwhelmed, tell yourself, “Whatever fear says, nothing can destroy me. I’m having a strong reaction right now, but it isn’t the real me. This too shall pass. • Take responsibility. If you find yourself reacting to certain situations in the same way, ask yourself what you need to learn to change your automatic response. • Meditate. Meditation is one of the best ways to loosen the grip of sticky emotions and connect to our true self. In meditation we disrupt the unconscious progression of thoughts and emotions by focusing on a new object of attention. For example, in the practice of Primordial Sound Meditation, the object of attention is a mantra that we repeat silently to ourselves. A mantra is pure sound, with no meaning or emotional charge to trigger associations. It allows the mind to detach from its usual preoccupations and experience the spaciousness and calm within. In the silence of awareness, the mind lets go of old patterns. Salam/Namaste ✨


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Alchemy is the knowledge of transmuting energy, consciousness and matter and teaches us that Energy, Consciousness and Matter can be transmuted through the knowledge of how these interrelate and transmute one another. And in many ancient cultures, the main areas of interest that the alchemists were involved in was medicine. The essence of medicine is transformation, and the alchemists transformed deadly poisons or otherwise inert organic substances into valuable medicines capable of bringing about beneficial healing transformations in the organism. Astrology is an incredible tool of self-discovery and it explores the meaningful connection between mankind and the wider cosmos, the relationship between the movements of the planets and the inner world of human consciousness and motivation, and can be seen as a map to human destiny. By the knowledge of Quantum Physics, Alchemy, Astrology and the Power of Attraction, the Alchemical formulas are embedded in a liquid that consists of water and essential oils. The user simply meditates on the things he/she wishes to manifest, and sprays the formula around the body, or aura. The energetic formula will release any impurities in the energy field and purify the chakras and subtle bodies, thus making it an ideal environment for MIN and other Archetypes to assist in manifesting our desires and intentions. Research & Meditate ✨🙏🐉


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