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What Is Kundalini Energy & How Can You Awaken It?

By Kalee Brown, Collective Evolution

As we come into Spring, a time that represents rebirth and growth after a period of darkness, this is the perfect time to talk about Kundalini energy! Spring relates to transformation and rebirth in nature, so what better time to focus on your personal energy and overall wellness?

As you let go of anything that no longer serves you and welcome more light into your life, you’re likely releasing energy and blockages on your chakras. An excellent way to do this is actually through Kundalini yoga, a branch that focuses on awareness, consciousness, and chakras. However, what exactly is Kundalini energy and how do you awaken it? Continue reading What Is Kundalini Energy & How Can You Awaken It?

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What is The Free World Charter?

butterflyThanks to Golden Age of Gaia.

What is The Free World Charter?

http://www.freeworldcharter.org/en/more

The Free World Charter is a statement of principles that has the potential to optimise life on Earth for all species, eradicate poverty and greed, and advance progress.

Neither political nor religious, these ten short principles could form the foundation of a new, advanced society that uses no money, is free, fair and sustainable. They are based solely on nature, common sense and survival. Continue reading What is The Free World Charter?

What Is the Shift?

By Vidya Frazier, Body Mind Soul Spirit

Indeed, some are saying a new species of human being is emerging, and a new earth is being born.

This can be hard to believe if we simply focus on what’s happening on the mainstream news: the same tired, negative scenarios that have always plagued the human race continue to play out over and over again. And yet, there is something else happening, as well, if you look closely. Continue reading What Is the Shift?

What Is Deja Vu?

via SpiritualEquanimity, Thanks to In5D.com

Déjà vu  is technically the sensation that you have lived/experienced something before a recognition that you have a memory sometime in your past that you have lived this moment before. At least 70% of people witness to have had a déjà vu sensation in their lives.  According to Dr Akira O’Connor a researcher specialist in memory déjà vu is a subjective experience of familiarity, alongside an objective experience of unfamiliarity.

Neurologically, déjà vu sensation is linked to migraines and also to people who have temporal lobe epilepsy which is  the most common form of partial or localization related epilepsy. The people who experience it, witness different emotions, feelings and thoughts which might be familiar or completely unknown. Some people claim to remember old memories once again and others feel as if everything is very strange to them. People who have temporal lobe epilepsy and migraine they have an aura sensation which is a warning system that they are going to have a headache or seizure. When they have them they experience a sensation that they have lived this moment before. Continue reading What Is Deja Vu?

What Is A Super Moon and What Is Its Spiritual Meaning?

By Melanie Beckler, In5D.com

We’re quickly approaching a Super Full Moon on November 14th.

And in case you’re not familiar with the term…

A Super Moon is when the Full Moon is in direct alignment with the Sun, and is also at its closest point to Earth due to the Earth’s rotation.

The concept of a “Super Moon” was coined by Richard Nolle, an Astrologer who first came up with the term about 30 years ago!

It’s when the Moon is about 16,000 miles, or 6% closer to the Earth than normal… Continue reading What Is A Super Moon and What Is Its Spiritual Meaning?

What Is Lucid Dreaming And How To Control Your Dreams

By Zoey Miller, In5D.com

What Does It Mean To Dream Lucidly?

The concept of dreaming lucidly involves using the untapped areas of the brain that are ordinarily not engaged in normal, conscious life to manipulate dreams for the benefit of the individual.

These unused areas of the brain are often most active during dreaming, and this unique state of mind can be implemented to enjoy new experiences, practice new skills and develop more effective tools for daily living. Dreaming lucidly gives you the opportunity to test new ways of perceiving experiences within a different framework of reality. Continue reading What Is Lucid Dreaming And How To Control Your Dreams

Cedella Marley: Focus on What Is

Positive Vibrations by Cedella Marley, A Nice Time

As you kick off a new week, focus on what is versus what you feel like should be. Stop worrying about what is out of your control and spend time on things you know you can change.

Isolate the opportunities and possibilities that mean the most to you and do something about them. Start with a positive, clear mindset and the action plan will fall into place.

One love…Cedella

http://www.anicetime.com/single-post/2016/09/19/Positive-Vibrations-91916

What is the Ego and Why does it Make us Suffer?

From The Mind Unleashed, April 2, 2015

The ego is the source of a lot of suffering in our society. It’s not just some egos either; all of us have problems that accompany not having our ego completely in check. Continue reading What is the Ego and Why does it Make us Suffer?

Krishnamurti Quotes: Fear is Nonacceptance of What Is

J. Krishnamurti Online, July 30, 2014 | Thanks to Awakening Daily.

Fear finds various escapes. The common variety is identification, is it not?,identification with country, with society, with an idea. Haven’t you noticed how you respond when you see a procession, a military procession or a religious procession, or when the country is in danger of being invaded?

You then identify yourself with the country, with a being, with an ideology.There are other times when you identify yourself with your child, with your wife, with a particular form of action, or inaction. Identification is a process of self-forgetfulness.So long as I am conscious of the “me” I know there is pain, there is struggle, there is constant fear.

But if I can identify myself with something greater, with something worthwhile, with beauty, with life, with truth, with belief, with knowledge, at least temporarily, there is an escape from the “me”, is there not? If I talk about “my country” I forget myself temporarily, do I not? If I can say something about God, I forget myself. If I can identify myself with my family, with a group, with a particular party, with a certain ideology, then there is a temporary escape.

Do we now know what fear is? Is it not the non-acceptance of what is? We must understand the word acceptance. I am not using that word as meaning the effort made to accept. There is no question of accepting when I perceive what is. When I do not see clearly what is, then I bring in the process of acceptance. Therefore, fear is the non-acceptance of what is.

 

Krishnamurti Quotes: Fear Is Nonacceptance of What Is

J. Krishnamurti Online, July 8, 2014 | Thanks to Awakening Daily.

Fear finds various escapes. The common variety is identification, is it not?,identification with country, with society, with an idea. Haven’t you noticed how you respond when you see a procession, a military procession or a religious procession, or when the country is in danger of being invaded?

You then identify yourself with the country, with a being, with an ideology. There are other times when you identify yourself with your child, with your wife, with a particular form of action, or inaction. Identification is a process of self-forgetfulness. So long as I am conscious of the “me” I know there is pain, there is struggle, there is constant fear.

But if I can identify myself with something greater, with something worthwhile, with beauty, with life, with truth, with belief, with knowledge, at least temporarily, there is an escape from the “me”, is there not?

If I talk about “my country” I forget myself temporarily, do I not? If I can say something about God, I forget myself. If I can identify myself with my family, with a group, with a particular party, with a certain ideology, then there is a temporary escape.
Do we now know what fear is? Is it not the non-acceptance of what is?

We must understand the word acceptance. I am not using that word as meaning the effort made to accept. There is no question of accepting when I perceive what is. When I do not see clearly what is, then I bring in the process of acceptance. Therefore, fear is the non-acceptance of what is.

J. Krishnamurti, The Book of Life