A good and clear scholarly discussion of the Apocryphon of John by prof. Phil Harland. Gnostic Gospels. The Book can be read online here: http://gnosis.org/naghamm/apocjn-davi…
Visual aid – Gnostic Diagram of the Cosmos:
Maluhia ka pō. Aheahe ka makani. ʻAlohi ka mahina poepoe i luna.
The night is tranquil. The wind is gentle. The full moon sparkles above.
Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.
Aloha kākahiaka a me hau’ōli lā Pō’alua. Ī lā hōʻokamahaʻo nou oukou. Ō kā maluhia no me oe.
Good morning and Hello Tuesday! Everyone have a wonderful day. Peace be with you.
Native Hawaiian moon calendar with relation to fishing and planting and religious observations.
Source: Hawaiian Moon Calendar
At 8:05am on Tuesday morning, the Moon will reach his exact Opposition to the Sun at 3:45 Taurus. The Sun is at 3:45 Scorpio. The Sun and Moon are our 2 luminaries. They show us our personal identity and ego (Sun) and our feelings and intuition (Moon). They are our public (Sun) and private (Moon) sides. When they are in Opposition, we see a contrast between what we are creating (Sun) and how we feel (Moon) about it. This is the halfway point of a monthly cycle, typically. But the New Moon was in Libra so the energy is shifted. We will have an ‘ending’ (Full Moon) around Taurus/Scorpio things making way for a ‘fresh start’ (New Moon) in Scorpio on Nov 11.
Leading up to this Full Moon, we have had clarity and thoughts and words guiding us into the ‘ending’ of this Opposition. But on the heels of…
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Think you can avoid glyphosate by buying organic? Think again. A new investigation by Tropical Traditions reveals that many products in the organic grain market in the U.S. contain glyphosate residue at levels almost the same as conventional grains.
I breathe in. I breathe out.
I am present in my body.
I am here and not anywhere else, knowing there is nowhere else to be.
This is meditation.
It doesn’t matter how I sit or don’t sit, or how I hold my hands. It is not how still I stay or silencing my mind.
Meditation is noticing my body’s posture, whatever form it takes, and noticing how my hands rest if they are resting, their movements if they are in motion.
It is following the quiet of each breath.
It is stepping back and listening to the music of thoughts, one note at a time, and watching the beauty of cognition.
It is opening space with curiosity for observation and observing, across the hush of that space, the dawn and dusk of joy and sorrow, seeing the winter and spring of laughter and tears, seeing and not changing anything.
It is gently watching the poetry of life breathing without waking it.
Aloha kākahiaka kākou a me hau’oli lā Pō’akahi. I Lele Ā ‘alohi kakou. Ī lā mai’kai nōu.
Good morning and a Happy Monday, everyone. Rise and shine and have a nice day!
What is Meditation?Meditation is an art of realizing and mastering self. Meditation does not mean the art of obtaining something from outside as it is an art of unlocking your energy from within. It is an art and it can be learn by any person. Some person does meditation for few years and after that they give up it as they were expecting miracles which is a wrong way of looking at meditation. Meditation allow you to enjoy life. It is not the path of running away from family life as it is an art of living a family and social life at it’s best. Now lets look at the first myth.
Source: Myths About Meditation
Herbal therapies are an integral part of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). You’ve probably heard of some of the more common herbs used in TCM, such as panax ginseng, licorice, and rhubarb root. However, there are others as well, including flowers you might not expect. By Guest Writer Dr. Joseph Mercola
Is that specific person in your life a soul mate? Or a twin flame? How do you know the difference? Some use the words interchangeably but the most important thing is to not over rationalize if the person is a mate or a flame.
Genevieve Lucchesi died on a cold February morning this year in a parking lot in midtown Sacramento. She was 77 and had been living homeless for more than 20 years. Genny was a fixture in midtown, with her gray bun and stacked metal cart. But she remained an enigma even to those who tried to help. Who was Genny? What brought her to the streets? And why did she die alone?
Mercury opposite Uranus in the natal chart gives a lightning fast and brilliant intellect, in fact you could well be a genius. However, you also have the potential to be a trickster or rebel. Your mind does need a great deal of stimulation and this can sometimes lead to problems such as conflict or anxiety. Keeping […]
The current educational system, which stresses compartmentalization and standardized testing, is limiting the inherent abilities we all possess. It is set up in such a way that directs us only to memorize and regurgitate rather than question, express, connect and create. Though we could go deep down the rabbit hole showing the financial corruption involved at all levels of the world’s educational system, this article instead focuses on solutions… By Guest Writer Lance Schuttler
Aloha kākahiaka a me hau’ōli lā Lā’pule. Ī lā hōʻokamahāʻo nōu ōukōu. Ō kā maluhia nō me ‘oe.
Good morning and Hello Sunday! Everyone have a wonderful day. Peace be with you.
Aloha kākahiaka a me hau’ōli lā Pō’aono. Ī lā hōʻokamahaʻo nou oukou. Ō kā maluhia no me oe.