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Imagine you are in a white room, with white walls, white floor, white ceiling, and no corners.
Imagine being suspended in this white space by an invisible force. You are just hanging there.
You can not touch anything, you can not hear anything, everything you see is white ...
... How much do you think you can "resist" in your experience? "Not for long ... I would resist, but I could not know anything about myself. Very soon I would go crazy ". Exactly. You would leave your mind literally. The mind is that part of you that has the task of making sense out of all the data it receives and without incoming data it has nothing to do. Now, when you go "out of your mind", you cease to exist in your experience. That is, you stop knowing anything specific about yourself. You're small? You are great? You can not know it, because there is nothing outside of you to compare yourself with. You are good? Are you evil? You can not know that. You can not even know if you're really there because you do not have any points of reference. You can conceptualise, of course, but you can not experience anything. Then something happens that changes everything ... A dot appears on the wall, as if someone had drawn it with a fountain pen. Nobody really knows how he made that point to get there, but it does not matter, because that's what saved you ... Now you're there, and there's the Point on the Wall. Suddenly you can make decisions again, you can experience again. The point is there, which means you must be here. The point is smaller than you, so you are bigger than him. You can begin to define yourself again, in relation to the Point on the Wall. Your relationship with the point becomes sacred, because it was he who gave you back a sense of yourself ... Now a kitten arrives in the room. You do not know who is causing these events, but you are happy, because now you can make other decisions. The cat seems softer than you. But you seem smarter (at least sometimes!). And you're stronger. In the room other things start to appear and you start expanding your definition of yourself.
Then ... finally you understand: Only in the presence of something else can you know yourself. This something else is what you are not. Therefore: in the absence of what you are not ... what you are ... it is not. You have remembered an enormous truth and take the commitment to never forget it again. Receive with open arms everything that comes in your life: people, places, things. Do not waste anything, because now you know that everything that appears in your life is a blessing: it offers you a new opportunity to define who you are and to know you in that way.
(Neale Walsch, Conversation with God)
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Why has Fivearts.org been created?
This post is adressed to the members who asked me that question and to those who have recently read insinuations concerning the ex-moderators of another forum, basically, as you all know, JLim and I.
I think it is necessary, at this point, to reveal the back stage which brought to the creation of another fivearts’ forum.
More than 2 years ago, the forum's admin asked the moderator JLim if he wanted to be “one of his masters”. At that time, JLim had already started his own school. Being an appreciated member and moderator of fivearts.net, he was quite well-known already and people contacted him very often for advice.
So, after evaluating his proposal, JLim graciously refused.
From that moment on, the admin tried to lessen the moderator visibility, for example by suppressing the board containing JLim Mangpai Bazi course' s review, for months the hottest topic .
Early last October I asked the owner of the forum to have a copy of the file containing those reviews. The answer was a big NO, he was not giving out any material concerning JLim.
Too much is too much, so that day the seed which became fivearts.org had been planted, and a team of three was born to give shape to our project: JLim, Deus ex Machina and myself.
I never thought I would explain the whole story, but yesterday all members of the other forum read a post announcing (for at least the second time) the arrival of a new moderating team because of disagreements with the old team.
I have explained which kind of disagreement was that. For the rest, we were never asked our opinion on anything, so no possible disagreements on that side.
The message continues and he vaguely states to know, now, who attacked his forum.
Was the announcement not about new moderators? He didn't add any additional info about them, compared to the previous announcement on the same topic ( new moderators).
Instead he spoke about the dismissal of the old moderating team ( only JLim and I were active) and immediately after he (again, vaguely) states to know who attacked his forum.
He’s obviously hinting at us even if JLim doesn't really see it this way.
JLim was actually annoyed when the forum went down and couldn't reply to a potential student till the forum was up again. The student is now a member of this forum and could confirm my words.
I like to speak clearly, or not at all: this is the true story.
I will not speak about my suspicions about the identity of the two freshly registered members who tried to discredit JLim's courses, because I cannot prove it, but those denigrating messages have been the excuse to close the review board containing the Mangpai course review.
Do you agree with me or with JLim? Was the other forum's admin hinting at us in that announcement … Or not?
Thanks for reading 🍃🌹
The Akashic records
Where does this information come from?
All form of divination, astrology and meditation aim to access the flow of information coming from the big “database of humanity” called The Akashic records.
“While we are discussing the Akashic Records, allow me to caution you not to read other people’s Akashic Records unless you have their explicit consent. We share the information and insights in the Akashic Records, but this doesn’t mean you are entitled to compromise others’ privacy. Reading the Akashic Records is like walking into someone’s house and looking around. If it’s your own house, you obviously have the right to do this. You own even the things you have forgotten to be there, so you have the right to open the boxes and check their contents. With other people’s houses, however, you don’t just walk in and snoop around. Even when your intention is benevolent, it is not yours to do so. A minor exception is those who are significant in your life, like your family members. With them, you may read their Akashic Records to the extent that is relevant to you”.
The Akashic records can be accessed through meditation.
Please check the videos below
How to access the Akashic Records:
Is reading tarot a gift?
Can it be learnt?
Unlike practising Astrology, reading Tarot or any other type of Cards can be an innate ability for some people. They are gifted with a power of vision that it's stimulated by the cards, but they cannot explain how they do it and therefore, they cannot pass their skills on to you.
Cards reading can also be learnt. They say that you shouldn't buy your first Tarots: they should be given to you as a present. I received mine by a good friend 15 years ago: a Celtic Tarot I still use today, it's my favourite.
There are many different Tarot decks. If you are a beginner, it's better to use a classic such as the Rider-Waite tarot deck.
I entered the world of Ayurveda with a book which kept me company in my journey from Tenerife to Amsterdam, back in 2007, when I moved to The Netherlands.
It was more than a decade ago that "Deepak Chopra, M.D., wrote "Perfect Health" the first practical guide to harnessing the healing power of the mind, which became a national bestseller. The book described how breakthroughs in physics and medicine were underscoring the validity of a 5,000-year-old medical system from ancient India known as Ayurveda ("the knowledge of life span" in Sanskrit). Perfect Health went on to describe how to apply the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda to everyday life. In celebration of this classic work we have created this new edition, revised and updated to include the latest medical research.
Although we experience our bodies as solid, they are in fact more like fires that are constantly being consumed and renewed. We grow new stomach linings every five days, for instance. Our skin is new every five weeks. Each year, fully 98 percent of the total number of atoms in our bodies is replaced. Ayurveda gives us the tools to intervene at this quantum level, where we are being created anew each day. Ayurveda tells us that freedom from sickness depends on contacting our own awareness, bringing it into balance, and then extending that balance to the body.
Perfect Health provides a complete step-by-step program of mind body medicine tailored to individual needs. A quiz identifies the reader's mind body type: thin, restless Vata; enterprising, efficient Pitta; tranquil, steady Kapha; or any combination of these three. This body type becomes the basis for a specific Ayurvedic program of diet, stress reduction, neuromuscular integration, exercise, and daily routines. The result is a total plan, tailor-made for each individual, to reestablish the body's essential balance with nature; to strengthen the mind body connection; and to use the power of quantum healing to transcend the ordinary limitations of disease and aging--in short, for achieving Perfect Health.
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, Deepak Chopra, M.D., wrote Perfect Health, the first practical guide to harnessing the healing power of the mind, which became a national bestseller. The book described how breakthroughs in physics and medicine were underscoring the validity of a 5,000-year-old medical system from ancient India known as Ayurveda ("the knowledge of life span" in Sanskrit). Perfect Health went on to describe how to apply the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda to everyday life. In celebration of this classic work we have created this new edition, revised and updated to include the latest medical research.
Although we experience our bodies as solid, they are in fact more like fires that are constantly being consumed and renewed. We grow new stomach linings every five days, for instance. Our skin is new every five weeks. Each year, fully 98 percent of the total number of atoms in our bodies is replaced. Ayurveda gives us the tools to intervene at this quantum level, where we are b
About the Author
Deepak Chopra, a member of Oprah's SuperSoul 100, has written twenty-six books, which have been translated into thirty-five languages. In 1999 Time magazine selected Dr. Chopra as one of the Top 100 Icons and Heroes of the Century, describing him as "the poet-prophet of alternative medicine." He currently serves as CEO and founder of The Chopra Center for Well Being in La Jolla, California.
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