As man rises above passion, so he begins to know what is love.
Bowl of Saki, February 26, by Hazrat Inayat Khan
Photo by me
existen*c*e is but
a single breath
in the cours*e*
of deep time.
A little about this poem: I wrote this very short poem a few years ago when my wife and I were hiking during a vacation in Sedona, Arizona. Sedona is like no place else on Earth, it's very spiritual. This particular day we hiking to the top of the hill shown in the first picture above. We sat there in silence taking in the beauty and uniqueness of this desert landscape...red rock and sand for as far as we could see. For a brief moment it felt like we were on a completely different planet altogether.
That which the heart holds dear
is in the alchemy of the master chemist
For a cocktail of hate will brew the heart
to give that which it knows as love
Enticing death as flies are enticed
by rotting flesh
An alchemy of sweet innocence attracts
a floating butterfly to its hand
Abiding in a blossom of giggles
in an open heart full of glee
As for the heart of indifference,
it sits in its chair of despair
Grappling with the notion
of being in between hate and love
Just because we can eat, or drink, or practically do anything, it does not mean these things are good for our bodies.
I am sure you have heard the saying that our bodies are the temple of
god and we shouldn't put anything in them that offends
But what does that all mean anyway? It doesn't mean that
god will be upset if I have a sausage link for breakfast.
It actually really has nothing to do with food. But everything to do with attitude.
Our bodies are the temple ofgod
. Should be said like this...
We have the bodies of
god. Meaning that our bodies are patterned after the body of YAH.
The same pattern based off of the one Yashua had. The same body that was perfected after he rose from the dead.
Paul says our bodies are temples that house the spirit of YAH. This
spirit isn't something floating around and entering folks who cry out for it.
This spirit is actually seen. You read that correctly. Seen.
John the immerser (baptist) did things in the
spirit of Elijah.
All the resources you will ever want or need are at your fingertips. All you have to do is identify what you want to do with it, and then practice the feeling-place of what it will feel like when that happens. There is nothing you cannot be or do or have. You are blessed Beings; you have come forth into this physical environment to create. There is nothing holding you back, other than your own contradictory thought. And your emotion tells you you're doing that. Life is supposed to be fun—it is supposed to feel good! You are powerful Creators and right on schedule. Savor more; fix less. Laugh more; cry less. Anticipate positively more; anticipate negatively less. Nothing is more important than that you feel good. Just practice that and watch what happens. There is great love here for you. We are complete.
Excerpted from the workshop in North Los Angeles, CA on Saturday, March 22nd, 2003 # 554
He who has failed himself has failed all; he who has conquered himself has won all.
Bowl of Saki, February 25, by Hazrat Inayat Khan
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I've been wanting to write about this for awhile now because it's so evident in the world around us. There are so many polarities people fall into: Us vs Them, Male vs Female, Black vs White, Natural vs Synthetic, etc etc and I just find it funny we keep getting trapped by these things because what one does to one side of the equation one will also do to the other side. Taking a side is literally like looking at only one side of an algebraic expression. What you do to one side you also do to the other. Let us consider the above examples in order to demonstrate what I mean.
Masculine vs Feminine or Man vs Woman
The proverbial battle of the sexes has raged for centuries but in truth we are one species that require both genders. Even the language separates the genders. When you describe something using a noun using
42 Laws of Maat Under Kemet Law
Let us try to be this way:
I have not committed sin.
I have not committed robbery with violence.
I have not stolen.
I have not slain men or women.
I am not deceitful.
I have not stolen anyone’s land.
I have not been an eavesdropper.
I have not falsely accused anyone.
I have not been angry without reason.
I have not seduced anyone’s wife.
I have not polluted myself.
I have not terrorised anyone.
I have not stolen food.
I have not swindled offerings.
I have not stolen from the EARTH.
I have not told lies.
I have not carried away food.
I have not cursed.
I have not closed my ears to truth.
I have not committed adultery.
I have not made anyone cry.
I have not felt sorrow without reason.
I have not assaulted anyone.</
Bowl of Saki, February 24, by Hazrat Inayat Khan
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I arrived in Hogsback on Wednesday in a cloud that completely enveloped the mountain and the forest. Today, on full moon, is the first day we have clear skies and an uninterrupted view of the beautiful landscape.
I felt quite rushed to get here the past week, probably because I felt like it would be a good place to rest and revive my energy. I have been on the road now for over four weeks and it takes its toll on body and soul. Of course, in the way the universe works, I was delayed quite a few times to remind me to not rush.
First, my back tyre burst on the road between Lady Grey and Dordrecht. I heard a load pop! and slime from my tube sprayed all over my legs and luggage. A sharp rock had cut through my tyre and tube. I carry a spare tyre for exactly this kind of situation, so I stopped, unloaded and took off the wheel. Luckily a generous couple found me and my disassembled bicycle shortly after and gave me a bed, a meal and a new tyre, which means I still have a spare!
The road from Lady Grey to Dordre
One day a new type of phone that you could use to call yourself appeared on the market. All one had to do was dial a certain number and one would be connected straight away with oneself. The quality of the reception was so good that the voice on the other end of the line sounded as if it was coming from the very same room.
Inevitably, there was some initial apprehension about using this phone, for no one quite knew what kind of a response they would receive when they rang themselves out of the blue for the very first time. What if their unexpected call was considered to be an impertinent invasion of privacy?
Eventually, these fears subsided as most found that they were greeted with warmth and enthusiasm and their calls were seen as a pleasant surprise. Talking with yourself was just like talking with a dear friend you hadn't seen for a long time and conversation flowed easily.
People rushed to purchase this new invention, which was marketed under the brand name of “mePhone”. Suppliers could not keep up
Truth alone can succeed; falsehood is a waste of time and loss of energy.
Bowl of Saki, February 23, by Hazrat Inayat Khan
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Do you know what the term 'Awakening' means?
How about 'Spirituality'?
Some people never awaken from their slumber, a slumber by design to keep you distracted from the reality of the society you were born into.
Life can be challenging, I get that. Mostly because we are all still trying to workout who we are rather than what life and the universe can bring to us with a greater understanding.
Energy | Frequencies | Vibrations
Some people never explore their spirituality, not to be mistaken with religion as they are not the same, and these people are missing out on a higher state of consciousness.
We are part of a western civilisation that has conquered and slaughtered millions of people to obtain power and here we are as pawns in a modernised world in the midst of the struggle to mainta
So I’m a pretty spontaneous person and most people who are in my life know that I do things very spare of the moment. Well I met this guy maybe a month and a half ago while I was working as a massage therapist. I was literally about to close the shop and head home, had my jacket on and keys to lock up the store when I heard the phone ring, and it was this guy saying he was around the corner and he really wanted a massage.
I felt a very good feeling to just stay the extra hour and give him a massage. The whole time we were talking about plant medicine, the government, spirituality, and then I told him how I was going to Peru to study Ayahuasca and other healing plant medicines and he said he was doing it at this event in Mexico called Anarchapulco and it was so interesting to me how our conversation just very much lined up with everything that was going on in my life.
I never get clients numbers, but I got his, and the next day we went out to dinner and I decided to buy my ticket to this event and buy my t
Life is an opportunity given to satisfy the hunger and thirst of the soul.
Bowl of Saki, February 22, by Hazrat Inayat Khan
Photo by me
I am sacred because I am sharing the good news of universal spirituality, and hope in this post apocalyptic world.
I am profane because the message is coming from a broken sinful person who was once a pastor, but has also been kicked out of two churches and caused a church split in another. I have been church free now for over seven years. My faith has never been stronger.
My intentions are to share the good news of commonsense spirituality(The Triangularity ▲), and to share my oblique perspective of Christianity that will bring hope to those disillusioned by religion, and for those that are spiritually homeless, or have a deconstructed faith.
at least weekly I will be sharing my philosophy of the Triangularity, how to be spiritual without being a Christian, supernatural encounters, and how to get kicked out of church.
Hi I'm Mars. I am 46, and I have been married to my wife Karen for almost 28 years. I have four grown kids, and I work full-time in medical. I am also a trai
Below is one of my older poems.
I wrote it to reflect on the word
mediocre, which could have the same meaning as average, for most of you however it probably means
Our priest in church is often talking about every Christian should strive for heaven. I told him once, I'm striving for purgatory, that's all I can do. I've learned a long time ago that the harder I try to reach goals of
excellency others are setting for me, the worse I fail. Instead I realized that it's much better to relax and just do the best I can, mediocre is good enough for me.
And actually quite often the more I strive for nothing but mediocrity the better I do eventually.
If you would like to know more about my beliefs and how we are to be living in our day, please check out my YouTube channel here ---> https://www.youtube.com/user/completedbeliever
Let me know if you have any questions, please feel free to send me a question.
If you want to know more about any spiritual subject, let me know.
If you think I am wrong, let me know, and we can talk about it on one of my videos.
Check them out and lets get to living the life we were meant to live.
Bowl of Saki, February 21, by Hazrat Inayat Khan
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