Category Archives: Spirituality

~The Golden Times~

“During the Golden Times, the era of higher consciousness, human beings
were connected to the cosmic energy field known as the web of light, also
referred to as the web of life. Both these descriptions are accurate as this energy field is created in the etheric realm in a multi-layered way, and different frequencies of life force etheric light flow through it.

This light is all aware and emanates from the core of creation, the Divine
consciousness. Everyone is tapping into this light unconsciously through their own energy field, and communicating with it in many different ways.

During the Golden Times, human beings were of higher consciousness.

They had an awareness of this web of light and interacted with it consciously.

They retrieved knowledge, understanding and all the information they needed from this web of cosmic light. They healed and sustained their physical body with the limitless energy running through the field. And they used this energy to create electricity, to make items, and to construct monuments in the physical world.

Human beings accessed this energy through awareness of the Divine Self,
which is unconditional love. This energy is conscious and can only be
accessed through a pure intention for the highest good, anything less blocks higher access to the web of light.

In the Golden Times people had access to scientific marvels and ways of being that would seem like a dream or a fairy tale to you. In those times, science was not just concerned with knowledge of the physical world.

Scientists harnessed sacred knowledge by connecting through their sacred heart centre to the web of light in order to co-create, through its Divine sequence, harmony and beauty.”

Source: The ISIS School Of Holistic Health Newsletter, Issue 57: March 2021
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The Stone People

“The old myths talk about the grandfathers and grandmothers who have been on the Earth well before human beings existed. Some of them may be as old as the earth herself.

These ancient beings are the stone people, which also includes crystals and minerals.

Stones have consciousness and their
own unique experience of life. They have been on Earth for so long and
have witnessed many changes. The
stone kingdom is deeply connected to
the consciousness of Mother Earth. Even though a stone may have been part of something bigger, for instance a large boulder that broke into smaller stones, or a crystal that was cut out from a mountain, the stone people do not lose their awareness of the whole. No matter how many parts they are broken into, they retain the qualities of their original state.

The reason for this retention of awareness is that, in the etheric plane, the crystal or stone is not broken. In the spiritual plane the crystal is still whole. Most of us are not aware of this, but the same thing happens to us. Even if part of our body is removed, due to an operation, in the etheric plane our body remains whole. This is why some people who have had a limb amputated can still feel that the limb is there.

Because of this awareness and longevity the stone people can speak to us about time, perspective, and also wholeness. And through them we can also expand our own awareness and perspectives.”

Source: The ISIS School Of Holistic Health Newsletter, Issue March 2021

Spirituality #21: What Is A Bodhisattva?

“In Buddhism, a Bodhisattva is a person who delays enlightenment in order to help all living beings achieve liberation (Nirvana). The word itself is composed of the Sanskrit words bodhi which means “enlightenment, awakening” and sattva which means “essence, being.” Put together, Bodhisattva can be translated as “one whose essence is enlightenment.”

And do you know what’s so beautiful about this term? What I love is how inclusive and universal it is. Everyone’s essence is enlightenment. We’re all unique expressions of the Divine. Therefore, we can all become Bodhisattva’s if we so choose.

“But do you need to be a Buddhist to be a Bodhisattva?” you might wonder. No. This is a term that refers to the fundamental essence within all of us that ultimately transcends all religions and labels.

“Do I have to be special or spiritually elevated to be a Bodhisattva?” might be the next question. Again, no. This is a path for everyday people living everyday lives – it’s not reserved for the “spiritual elite” (p.s. there’s no such thing!).”

Source: https://lonerwolf.com/bodhisattva/?utm_source=LonerWolf&utm_campaign=1fd4e29ede-weekly_220221_bodhisattva&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_4b168bb5ac-1fd4e29ede-100777074&goal=0_4b168bb5ac-1fd4e29ede-100777074&mc_cid=1fd4e29ede&mc_eid=440df01dc3

~Bodhisattva Vow #2~

“May I be a guard for those who need protection

A guide for those on the path

A boat, a raft, a bridge for those who wish to cross the flood

May I be a lamp in the darkness

A resting place for the weary

A healing medicine for all who are sick

A vase of plenty, a tree of miracles

And for the boundless multitudes of living beings

May I bring sustenance and awakening

Enduring like the earth and sky

Until all beings are freed from sorrow

And all are awakened.” – Bodhisattva Vow

~Bodhisattvas~

Here’s the thing: we need more Bodhisattvas, not Buddhas, in the world. If you’re wanting a spiritual path or philosophy to commit to, I say choose the path of the Bodhisattva. Why? It’s easy to be a buddha sitting in a dissociated state of blissful elevation above the world. We have enough of those types of people already. But the path of the Bodhisattva? It’s a path of heart-centered devotion and compassion. It’s a path of courageously embracing the shitstorms and existential voids of life. It’s a path of soul-embodied Love and Oneness.

~My Way~

Anger says: “I’m so mad that I can’t get my way and I don’t know what to do about it.”

Sadness says: “It’s so unfair that I can’t get my way.”

Fear says: “I can’t imagine not getting my way.”

Denial says: “My way would be so much better.”

Boredom says: “My way is anything but this.”

Emptiness says: “It seems as if my way is always opposite or different than how things are.”

Acceptance says: “The Universe is always orchestrating life in my highest favor, whether it seems to be going my way or not.”

Peace says: “When my way is put aside, the way is shown.”

Compassion says: “I understand how you feel. I didn’t get my way either.”

Joy says: “Everything is always going my way, no matter the details, outcomes, or circumstances.”

Love says: “I embrace the one who needs life to be one way or another and I cherish the one who has no particular way to be as the eternal innocence of all.”

Oneness says: “Even the notions of getting my way or having no way to be are equally unique ways of the Universe playing in form.”

Transcendence says: “All paths lead to the same way.”

Truth says: “I AM the way, the way I AM.”

All For Love ~ Matt Karn

~Once Upon A Time~

Once upon a time, there were beings who dreamed of amassing great power, who yearned to be worshiped and feared. You are fulfilling their fantasy by participating in this Earth reality right now. That which you call the shadow government or global elites, beings of great status and power on your planet, were once average folk in other realities who dreamed of being powerful. They wanted the experience of superiority, of god-like status over all others within their reality. And so, their will is now being met, their fantasy is being fulfilled, and it is the love that you had for these beings that allows that to be so. They are not forcing you to submit, as it appears from your physical perspective. From a spiritual perspective, you are magnifying their light by willingly diminishing your own. This is a gift you are giving them, and it is a gift that has been given to you in past lives by others as well.

Source: https://thegalacticfederation.com/117aa?utm_content=12259116&utm_medium=Email&utm_name=Id&utm_source=Actionetics&utm_term=Email