Later this month, I will be launching a brand new website and offering courses and classes in ancient symbolism. The example below is a sneak-peek at a course on religious symbolism in which science and religion lock arms in perfect union.
If you would like to know more about the ancient wisdom concealed in symbolism, contact Master Mind Content for more information about our courses.
Yin Yang – The duality of mankind
Scientists have demonstrated that everything is made of energy; atoms and matter. Our bodies are made from the same elements that float around the Universe and also attracts and emits the flow of electromagnetic energy in the atmosphere.
Continue reading Yin Yang And The Five Elements of Tao
Later this year, I will be offering online symbolism courses. The first course takes a look at the hidden meanings in corporate logos. To give you an insight into the symbolism course and corporate logos as a whole, you may be interested in this snippet:
What does the Pepsi logo really mean?
Continue reading The Hidden Meaning in the Pepsi Logo
Probably Not What You Think…
Some time ago, I was reading a book. I vividly remember where I was; sitting on the bed in a rented apartment overlooking Bramall Lane, the football ground which is home to Sheffield United.
I cannot recall the name of the book I was reading, nor the author, but what I do remember is it had a section on reincarnation. At the time, I remember thinking the idea of reincarnation is, ‘a load of bollocks.’ Continue reading What Is Reincarnation Really..?
Who Were The Essenes?
The Essenes were an illuminated people that were lost to history for more than 2000 years. It was not until the discovery of the first Dead Sea Scrolls around the West Bank of the Jordan River in 1946 that this culture resurfaced.
It is believed the Essenes were a private cult. They were an ascetic Jewish sect living in remote communities detached from the distraction of bustling cities. Continue reading Meditations: The Essenes Way
As the hexagon is found throughout nature, organised religions insist it is a symbol of harmony and balance. However, the esoteric wisdom of the hexagon goes much deeper – right to the heart of our origins.
Continue reading Esoteric Meaning Of The Hexagon
Wouldn’t it be great if you could change your habitual thinking and bad habits? You know, those moments when you know you shouldn’t do something, but you do it anyway.
The reason you do that is because your mind is programmed to follow habitual patterns. The voice in your head saying, “go on, it’s okay,” comes from the sub-conscious part of your unconscious mind. This is your shadow self, what Sigmund Freud called the id.
Continue reading How To Use Meditation To Reprogram Your Mind
The human mind is complex. With the help of neuroscientists, modern psychology is still trying to work out how the mind and consciousness works. But we don’t seem to be any closer to understanding than Sigmund Freud or Carl G. Jung.
Jung’s theories have largely been dismissed as pseudo-philosophy because of their mystical nature. He agreed with ancient wisdom that said there is only the one True Self. Until we discover that Truth, we have a split personality disorder.
Continue reading The 12 Jungian Personality Archetypes: Which Ones Are You?