Just For Today ~ Live For This Moment (song and lyrics by Phillip Fraser)

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Grandmaster Phillip Fraser ~ “Live For This Moment”

live for this moment
before the moment passes
before the moments gone

i seek to walk in the light
carry the banner to shatter the darkness
shadow he walks beside
lightens the load when heavy of conscious
choose what to do with your life
look deep inside and you might discover
the holiest secrets reside
just wake up and…

live for this moment,
before the moment passes
before the moments gone
before the moment passes
before the moments gone
gone, gone, gone gone gone gone

i seek to walk in the light
carry that weight when no one will bother
to take the time looking for signs
forgot to remember to answer the questions
what should i do with my life
do i care if i rise, care if i fall, care if i try, care if i die, care if i live, care if i fly
how could it be that the harder i search, the fewer i find with spirits aligned
living a life, not of my design
learned that in time it’ll all be alright
sometimes the only one willing to put up a fight
and if thats what destined, then ill earn my own lessons

the prize in the pieces, the silence that seizes your breathe
when you live in regret.
the spirit that takes you when you surrender and you’ve forgotten all of your stress
this second to notice, just savor the moments cuz when it is gone there will be nothing left
if this is the road I’m sent down to travel you now on this mission i’ll give it my best
give it my best, til the day that i rest, or the day that i’m gone, remembered in song
maybe its all just a moment in time, frozen in time for those listening (listen-on)
still i have my healthy doubts,
but one thing i know,
if we just could let go, we might just…

live for this moment,
before the moment passes
before the moments gone
before the moment passes
before the moments gone

live for this moment,
before the moment passes
before the moments gone
before the moment passes

Before this moment passes
before this moment passes






~ Grandmaster Phillip Fraser

DAILY CHABAD … Cosmic Marriage

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From the moment that they were sundered apart, the earth has craved to reunite with heaven; physical with spiritual, body with soul, the life that breathes within us with the transcendental that lies beyond life, beyond being.

And yet more so does the Infinite Light yearn to find itself within that world, that pulse of life, within finite, earthly existence. There, more than any spiritual world, is the place of G‑d’s delight.

Towards this ultimate union, all of history flows, all living things crave, all of human activities are subliminally directed. When it will finally occur, it will be the quintessence of every marriage that has ever occurred.

May it be soon in our times, sooner than we can imagine.


Golden Dreams

dawn over egyptOur dream is to build a Spiritual retreat for those with nowhere else to go. Hundreds of acres with a place to eat, rest, to use the facilities, to shower and get clean clothes. Where judgment is not in the vocabulary and oneness abounds. A self sustaining, Spiritual Center with a restaurant, food kitchen; donation facility; classrooms to teach healing, wellness, yoga, meditation; an exercise room; a storm shelter; an orchard; an organic garden area; a park setting with secluded cottages for retreats. A form of “heaven on Earth” so to speak. And we would like to travel the world and start these places everywhere so no person ever goes hungry or without ever again.  One day it will happen!

Spirtual Alchemy ~ Understanding Guilt

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If you judge yourself to be guilty over anything and you carry that guilt around with you, please know that’s a more serious mistake than whatever you did that makes you feel guilty. It’s a lot more serious mistake to feel guilty than to make a mistake. It’s also time for some serious personal work in the following areas:



Work on Blame and Shame and continue working on these two things until you can honestly say to yourself:

  1. I made a mistake (name it).

  2. I made, am making, or will make restitution to the best of my ability either to the wronged parties or other people (name them).

  3. I accept the fact I was guilty of making that mistake (name it).

  4. I forgive myself for making this mistake (name it).

  5. I forgive other people (name them) for the mistakes they made that harmed me (name them).

  6. I love myself in spite of making this mistake (name it).

  7. I know the Divine (use any name you choose) accepts me in spite of making this mistake (name it).

  8. I know the Divine (use any name you choose) forgives me for making this mistake (name it).

  9. I know the Divine (use any name you choose) loves me in spite of making this mistake (name it) and I love myself in spite of making this mistake.

When you’ve completed all these tasks to your satisfaction for now, take the time to decide if you’re willing to do the work required by Spiritual Alchemy to change your life, to change yourself into the person you want to become. We guarantee that if you do the work you will be happy beyond your wildest dreams with the results.

Out of The Blue

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~ From an unexpected or unforeseen source
~ At a completely unexpected time

How many times we noticed ourselves saying this famous expression when we are talking to each other and willing to make the subject sound more impact-full?

Why Out Of The Blue?
Why not green, yellow or any other spectrum of color (Co+LORE)?

Color Blue in Russellian science and Astrology is associated with a feminine energy of creation. A Magnetism. Venus. Eve… Earth.

Feminine energies are intuitive, natural, knowing, caring, loving, nurturing. They are creating. This is why we say “Out of The Blue” when we want to ex-press our amazement of something appearing suddenly in action without warning.

Out of the Mother, out of the Earth, out of the Magnetic ethereal spheres of attraction. Because you claim that you attracted certain events occuring in front of you being thyself a:

~MAGNET : M (matter; feminine) + Ag (the chemical element Silver) + Net = caught in a material Net of Moon (she), visualised by ones imagination …

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“If”, by Rudyard Kipling


(‘Brother Square-Toes’—Rewards and Fairies)

If you can keep your head when all about you

    Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,

If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,

    But make allowance for their doubting too;

If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,

    Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies,

Or being hated, don’t give way to hating,

    And yet don’t look too good, nor talk too wise:

If you can dream—and not make dreams your master;

    If you can think—and not make thoughts your aim;

If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster

    And treat those two impostors just the same;

If you can bear to hear the truth you’ve spoken

    Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,

Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,

    And stoop and build ’em up with worn-out tools:

If you can make one heap of all your winnings

    And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,

And lose, and start again at your beginnings

    And never breathe a word about your loss;

If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew

    To serve your turn long after they are gone,

And so hold on when there is nothing in you

    Except the Will which says to them: ‘Hold on!’

If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,

    Or walk with Kings—nor lose the common touch,

If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,

    If all men count with you, but none too much;

If you can fill the unforgiving minute

    With sixty seconds’ worth of distance run,

Yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it,

    And—which is more—you’ll be a Man, my son!


The Dark Night of the Soul

Dark Night of the Soul is a term used to describe a specific phase in a person’s spiritual life. It is used as a metaphor to describe the experience of loneliness and desolation that can occur during psychic or spiritual growth.

 The term and metaphysicality of the phrase “dark night of the soul” is taken from the writings of the Spanish poet and Roman Catholic mystic, Saint John of the Cross, a Carmelite priest of the 16th century.

 Dark Night of the Soul is the name of both a poem, and a commentary on that poem, and are among the Carmelite priest’s most famous writings. They tell of his mystic development and the stages he went through on his quest for holiness.

 Spiritual purification is a process in which the soul is opened to receive the light of God. As it does so, it lets go of the darkness, that of all worldly attachments.

 This emptying of the spirit, known in later centuries as kenosis, literally meaning self-emptying and can be very painful and entail profound suffering for those to attached to the material world.

 Everything that links us to the realm of human perception and its way of being, needs to be expurgated. Saint John of the Cross elucidated to this process in that all who embark upon the spiritual path shall endure, and likens it to a dark night of the soul, in which the human spirit slowly transforms into a vessel for the divine.

 The “dark night” can generally be described as a letting go of our ego’s hold on the psyche, making room for change that can bring about a complete transformation of a person’s Way of defining his/her self and their relationship to God.

 In the Christian tradition, during the “dark night,” one who has developed a strong prayer life and consistent devotion to God suddenly finds traditional prayer extremely difficult or unrewarding for an extended period of time.

 The seeker may begin to feel as though God has suddenly either abandoned them, that their prayer life has collapsed, or they may begin to feel that perhaps God doesn’t even exist.

 But rather than being a negative event, the dark night is believed by mystics and others to be a blessing in disguise. The individual is trained to grow from a vocal or mental prayer, to a more contemplative prayer from deep within the soul.

The Dark Night comes in two phases: a first the “Night of the Senses,” and the second “Night of the Spirit.” Both are seen as the ultimate test of one’s faith and spiritual understanding.

 The Dark Night of the Soul is the ultimate expression for the adept seeker. It details the often difficult journey of estranged spiritual despair to a blissful reunion with the Holy and the Divine. –
 Peace be with you.