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    Re: Food for Soul

    Post  mudra on Mon Apr 16, 2018 12:32 pm

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    Post  mudra on Tue Apr 17, 2018 5:40 am

    As one sees it so it is ...

    "No event is predestined. Any given event can be changed not only before and during but after its occurrence.

    An individual's future actions are not dependent upon a concrete finished past, for such a past never existed."

    - Seth/Jane Roberts

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    Post  Carol on Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:58 am

    Exactly and the Mandela effect is just one example of how the past can be altered. And I recall reading some scientific research reports where they tested for that as well with positive results.


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    Post  JoeEcho on Wed Apr 18, 2018 2:25 am

    That which both reveals and conceals is infinitesimal, indeed child's play, to that which is.

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    Post  mudra on Sat Apr 21, 2018 7:42 am

    Carol wrote:Exactly and the Mandela effect is just one example of how the past can be altered. And I recall reading some scientific research reports where they tested for that as well with positive results.

    This gives so much freedom doesn't it ?
    As we see it so it is.
    There are infinite ways to to look at things and see them morphe into something new.

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    Post  mudra on Sat Apr 21, 2018 7:43 am

    JoeEcho wrote:That which both reveals and conceals is infinitesimal, indeed child's play, to that which is.


    Nice one JoeEcho.
    I like it Cheerful

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    Re: Food for Soul

    Post  mudra on Sun May 13, 2018 8:09 am



    The Pull of the Sky

    by Jeffrey Jerome Cohen



    For thousands of years, humans have imagined what it would mean to view the Earth from celestial heights, raising the question of how to reconcile our bounded lives with our longing for the cosmos.

    Sometimes even writers who dwell too much on earthbound things feel a celestial pull, an invitation to a loftier perspective. The irascible medieval writer Gerald of Wales, for example, spent much of his life being disappointed by people and institutions. In numerous texts he composed in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, Gerald vented his anger at various groups to which he did not and could not belong. He is famous for describing ways to conquer lands whose residents would rather have been left alone. He felt an early calling for the study of divinity. As a child Gerald built cathedrals rather than castles out of sand. Earthly life was for him unquestionably the gift of a deity active in a world that he had fashioned and loves. After he became a cleric, though, Gerald wrote frequently about the tribulations of travel, the barbarity of foreigners, and the petty rivalries of the English court. And yet he also at times felt a kind of magnetism from the heavens, an invitation to regard the world from a more elevated point of view where the travails that weigh down everyday life might yield to a more capacious vista, disorienting in a productive way.

    Like most medieval writers, Gerald of Wales believed cosmic as well as divine forces to be at work above. He knew that our eyes are never content simply to search the ground beneath our feet or scan oceanic horizons. Humans look skyward because something in the heavens draws their vision and asks them to lift their heads, causing them to wonder what it would be like to be up there gazing down. Would the order of the world be revealed? In contemplating what energies animate this turbulent Earth, Gerald recognized the tug that the firmament exerts, an irresistible attraction pulling all things skyward. As the light of the moon waxes, he wrote in his Topography of Ireland, the oceans swell and surge. The same cosmic force ensures that the sap of trees rises. Marrow and the vital fluids of every creature begin to lift, drawn toward a destination never to be reached but beckoning all the same. We feel this celestial allure in our very blood. For a medieval Christian, that pull might be the call of a place to be reached only after death. But the fact that our bodies remain earthbound never stopped writers across the ages from imagining what it would be like to yield to this extraterrestrial gravity, visit the sky, and behold a home now left behind as if from afar.

    Humans look skyward because something in the heavens draws their vision and asks them to lift their heads, causing them to wonder what it would be like to be up there gazing down.

    read on: Arrow https://emergencemagazine.org/story/the-pull-of-the-sky/

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    Re: Food for Soul

    Post  mudra on Tue Sep 18, 2018 11:06 am

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    Post  mudra on Wed Sep 19, 2018 1:48 pm

    It was considered the best photo of this century. A lioness and her cub were crossing the savannah but the heat was excessive and the puppy was in great difficulty walking. An elephant realized that his cub would die and carried him in his trunk to a pool of water walking beside his mother. And we call them wild animals.



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    Re: Food for Soul

    Post  mudra on Thu Nov 08, 2018 12:09 pm

    7 Things The Universe Would Tell You... By Dr Dain Heer

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    What if the Universe actually has your back? What if somewhere, within, you KNOW that? What if the way it shows up just never ever looks like you think it will — or should? If you were willing to listen, what would the universe tell you? Would you be willing to let go of all expectations and projections of the universe, just for a few minutes, and do exactly that...listen? Then here are seven things the universe would like to tell you... Enjoy!

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    Re: Food for Soul

    Post  Sanicle on Sat Nov 10, 2018 8:26 am

    I LOVE this man! What a beautiful, sincere and kind way he has about him. Thank you Mudra. I love you
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    Post  mudra on Tue Nov 13, 2018 5:19 pm

    Sanicle wrote:I LOVE this man!  What a beautiful, sincere and kind way he has about him.  Thank you Mudra.  I love you

    So glad you didn't miss this jewel Sanicle :)
    Here is one more for you:



    What if the impossible was possible?

    This book is a truly innovative toolbox for the seekers in the world – the people who know that something different is possible but who have never before had the tools to create what they really desire.

    Through the unique perspective of Dr. Dain Heer, this book introduces you to a different way of functioning in this reality. Using the tools and processes from Access Consciousness, he walks you through the steps to actually create change in your life and in the world. With vulnerability, clarity and humor, he uses his personal transformation from the verge of suicide and over the past 17 years to show you the kind of dynamic change that is actually possible.

    There is no other book out there like this. It will not provide you with one single answer to hold on to. Instead it will show you how to function from question and choice, and give you access to all that you innately already know.

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    PS: you wondered what I am studying these days ?
         These kinds of things Cheerful

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