Monthly Archives: December 2010

Oddities and Aberrations.


According to the Cayce readings, when some of us spirits were in the process of getting enmeshed in the Earthly dimension we interfered with the structure of physical things by the use of our creative ability. The result of this … Continue reading

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Contentment – a metaphor.


  When in life the sun appears not to shine on you, remember that above the clouds it shines day and night.  

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Universal Balance.


  The universe is in a state of intricate balance, or harmony; that is why for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction [1]. The universe includes Earth. Footnote: [1] Just 24 words – but of great significance; … Continue reading

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The Buddha and the Atman.


  The Buddha stated categorically that the atman does not exist [although this is adhered to only by the Theravada Buddhists] but I have never acquiesced with this. However, not long ago I neopted that the moul is the sum … Continue reading

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Earth/Universe Pollution – the solution.


  The pollution of the Earth and the universe – we have only recently started the latter – is due to over population and the self-indulgence of the majority of that population. The solution is spiritual growth to reduce self-indulgence … Continue reading

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Knowledge.


“The deepest mysteries are found without any teaching.” The above quote is possibly attributable to the Buddha Gautama. I came across it a few days ago in a book where it was superimposed on a photograph of a sacred Bo … Continue reading

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Organization Exuding Perfection.


  My response to posts in The Dream Garden at Gaia in a thread highlighting the fact that many people seem to have similar recurring dreams when they are young: ‘It certainly seems as if just about everyone has such … Continue reading

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