This amazing source of information addresses major issues that affect our digestive system. About 80 to 90% of the population is affected by what is called leaky Gut.
Most people are blind to see that, the challenges we are facing in politics, environment, agriculture, climate change, health, economics and every major shift in society, are but a mere reflection of the content of the individual and collective consciousness of humanity. People are focusing on mending situations in the external world, without recognizing that the decadence of values, is a result of the disintegration that exists in our civilization. Unless, we individually take responsibility, and recognize that we are the cause of our problems, there will be no positive change. Blaming others or the world is not a solution. We need to elevate the levels of consciousness of humanity; starting with one self. Without an imminent individual transformation, little can be accomplished.
The narcissism, greediness, division, lack of cooperation and violence, reflecting in our world, are a serious threat to mankind. Albert Einstein foresaw the future with his well-known and accurate quote: “You cannot solve a problem from the same consciousness that created it. You must learn to see the world anew.”
I challenge you…Look inwardly and see what you find. Awareness is the beginning of transformation!
Thanksgiving is a time to reflect and connect with Divine Source; it’s a time to humble ourselves with a grateful heart for the GRACE that is pouring into our life everyday. How about if we change the title instead of Thanksgiving for “THANKS-BEING”?
Having the privilege to be in this world and to partake of God’s amazing GRACE, is a miracle in itself.
To me today is a day of celebration; we commemorate this Thanksgiving Day, for gathering with an open and grateful heart. It is a time to reflect on our health, the fresh air we breathe every day, the food that nourished our bodies, the opportunities and choices life present to us every moment, and the list goes on and on; specially appreciating the fact that we are alive!
Loving our self, loving people, loving our work, loving life, loves the Divine; and this nurturing love turns into BEING THANKS!
This poem mirrors our true self. It is profound and gentle. Yet, the power leans on us to recognize: if we are worthy or unworthy.
is as precious as you are.
Look in the mirror; take a good look at yourself;
“Spirituality is not about giving up things, it is about not being attached to things”-Sri AmmaBhagavan
Very often depending of our belief system, we have formed ideas that acquiring material possessions and wealth hinders our spiritual life. So it is important to check our beliefs.
To be spiritual is to be happy, to be free! It is not being free from this or that, but rather accepting and embracing who we are. When we are at peace with ourselves, we are connected to God.
Enjoy this beautiful message. it has the potential to inspire you not only this day but, your entire life.
“Do not let a moment go by which you have an opportunity to tell someone how magnificent they are. Do not let an opportunity pass in which you may offer praise. Give people the gift of self-esteem, and you will have given them a gift that many cannot find a way to give themselves. Yet when they find themselves through you, and return to their own most glorious vision and their own grandest idea of who they really are, they are lost no more, for you have returned them to themselves. Once they were lost, but now they are found.”
In my writings you will find what I call “Rosarisms”. I am allowing myself to express my messages with words and feelings as they flow from my essence. They may appear intellectually incorrect, since English is not my maternal language, but it is the language of my heart.
Mystery under the sea
I wanted to share a mysterious experience I had last Saturday afternoon. After a wonderful walk around the shore, looking at the water, clouds, sky, bright light, rocks and trees, I went into my silent space for my 12:30 PM, Saturday meditation with Shri Bhagavan
We are our beliefs; they have been ingrained in our life since our first breath. The contact we had with our parents, siblings, relatives, teachers, community, churches, and so on, contributed to our book of beliefs. With them we measure, judge and move through our life. This book of laws is recorded in our unconscious as our yard stick of measurement toward life.
The bible says: “As a man thinketh of himself so he is.” Yes, we are our beliefs. If we look around, we find that everything around us is a
mirror of our inner stories. Our beliefs are armed by thoughts, and thoughts make stories that are interpreted by our mind. Many of these stories have a negative composition and were formed by unfinished events or repressed circumstances from our infancy. These unfinished emotions triggered by an event, send an acute feeling of discomfort through our brain, causing unbalance and distress. Our mind, which is an expert in interpreting, analyzing and judging these stories, makes us believe that it is the truth; nevertheless, it is an illusion.
I spent great part of January at the Oneness University in India on a wonderful training course. As the spirit of winter in Connecticut transferred me to a warm and balmy weather, my body, mind and soul eagerly awaited a new transformation… The magic of all was the experiences and processes I went through. They are not comparable with any other training, seminar, workshop, or inspiring CD on self-growth or spirituality.
I realized that it was an entirely new paradigm of being. Receiving the Transmission of Divine Grace was my genuine practice, and the fantasies and ideals I had envisioned became my reality. Now I comprehend, that I don’t have to fix any thing, and there is no more search for truth since it lies within. Perfection is elusive, but we are perfect living from our true self.
Life is about living, not about existing. We are merely wasting our divinity by resisting every instance that doesn’t meet our expectations. That is what suffering is: resisting what we don’t like. So, our challenge is to learn to accept the moment and make peace with it no matter how it appears. We cannot change it any way! So why bother? The beginning of freedom begins with welcoming “what it is”.