Bells have a deep symbolic meaning that is associated with the mind and the expansion of consciousness. You have to do some digging to reach that conclusion of course. Well, you don’t because I’ve done all the graft for you.
Let’s dive straight into this: it’s fish related.
The Vesica Piscis represents balance and creation. But as I will demonstrate in this article it has a deeper meaning – that creation is the result of consciousness. Perfect creation requires a balance of male and female energies. Continue reading The Symbolic Meaning of the Vesica Piscis
To release physical pain, we sometimes have to let go of emotional traumas we experienced in the past. Listen to what your body is telling you.
We are all born as Buddhas – enlightened beings. But the illusion of the world confuses our feeble minds and we forget who we really are. Or what we really are: Natural.
The ancients discovered this truth and wrote about it at great lengths. Except the secrets are hidden in symbolism. Only by decoding the symbolism and practicing the advice therein, will you rediscover your Buddha nature. Continue reading Nine Steps to Rediscovering The Buddha In You
High Blood Pressure Linked With Alzheimer Disease
A new study published by the American Heart Association has found that high blood pressure increases the risk of contracting Alzheimer’s.
Given the intensity of the modern world, and the pressure on workers to perform in their jobs, support a family and function in social circles, hypertension is a common problem. Continue reading Can Meditation Reduce The Risk Of Alzheimer’s?
Lord Ganesh is arguably the most recognisable of all the Hindu Gods. The distinguishable elephant head is a dead give-away, even if you can’t always remember his name…
…how many times have you caught yourself saying, “Oh, that’s that Hindu God, what’s his chops…?”
Or is that just me!
Are Megalithic Stone Circles Worshipping Nature?
I have been researching the megaliths of the Tal-y-fan Mountain in North Wales for some time now. Not only have I found a correlation that powerful civilisations from the remote past were interested in the mineral wealth of the environment, they had a respect and a fascination for nature itself. Continue reading Mesopotamian Britain And Sacred Geometry