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OSHO Miasto Italy


Osho Miasto, the biggest Osho center in Italy, is located in a very quiet position, in the strong, wild and beautiful nature of Montagnola Senese, in Tuscany, close to Siena.

The Institute for Meditation and Personal Growth (The Institutes Statute) is open for members of the association CONACREIS. The ones who come to OSHO Miasto are usually pulled by a wish to experience and deepen Osho’s meditations and to participate in the various number of groups available in the program.

The groups on personal growth, body awareness, arts, healing and meditation all created around Osho have today become famous all over the world not for only the professionality and the competence of the group leaders but also for the profound silence, inner space and celebration that is surrounded by the presence of Master.

All the activities are focused on Osho’s work focusing on inner silence, awareness and celebration.

OSHO Miasto is also a community where approximately 30 persons are living together sharing their love for Osho, the passion for their spiritual search and a readiness to experiment the life and work in a community as instruments for their personal and spiritual growth.

Out of this wish to share this important aspect of Osho’s message with as many friends as possible the new project Living The Commune was born.

For the future there is a dream to realize the building of a new main meditation hall.

Website: www.oshomiasto.it (www.oshomiasto.it )

Yes To The River – Sannyas Music


Selected music recorded and mixed live in Chuang Tzu and Gautama the Buddha Auditorium.

Produced by The Rajneesh Institute of Music and Celebration, Rajneeshdham, Poona, India

Sw Devakant: flutes
Ma Prem Lolita: flute
Sw Anand Milarepa: big surdo drum
Sw Anand Nivedano: drums/percussion/snare drum
Sw Deva Karunesh: keyboards
Sw Kamal: bass, keyboards
Sw Rupesh: percussion
Ma Satyam: English singer and keyboard player
Sw Satgyan: Japanese bass player
Sw Deva Shavdo: bass, shakuhachi, drums

Source : sannyas.wiki

Mooji Mala Music – Rishikesh – Jai Sahaja Bhajans

Mooji Mala Music - Rishikesh
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Gotama – Shiva Nataraj & Beloved One (Instrumental)
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Omkara & Jai Sahaja! – Om Arunachala
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Bholenath & Jai Sahaja! – Bhole Bam
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Krishnabai, Tara & Omkara – Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu
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Omraj & Déva Priya – Wake Up
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Hare Ram Hare – Mahababa & Jai Sahaja! (Papaji Jayanti Bhajans)
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Bhajans with Jai Sahaja! ~ Papaji Jayanti
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Shivali – Psalm of David (with words spoken by Mooji, Psalm 23)
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Omkara & Gotama – Let Our Name Be Amen
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Krishnabai & Jai Sahaja! – He Mata Kali
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Prem & Jai Sahaja! – Jaya Bhagavan
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Lluís Martínez Ten – The Christ Chapel
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Mooji Sangha – Chanting for Papaji
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Omkara – Papaji Song
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Krishna Prasad & Friends – This Joy
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Prem & Jai Sahaja! – Govinda Bolo
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Moojibaba's Dancing Joy — Chant Sahaja
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Chant Sahaja! Live ~ 16 August 2020
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Chant Sahaja – Gopal Nandlal
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Kamau Georges – I Am That (from the new album 'I Am That! Remember This and Be Happy')
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Prem & Sangita — It’s a Beautiful Day (from the EP 'Only Love')
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Krishnabai & Jai Sahaja! – Bam Bhole
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Sanoja & Jai Sahaja! – Om Sri Ram Jai Ram
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Santosh – Improvisation on Handpan (from the Sat-Songs Concert)
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Shivali – The Lord Is Here
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Prem & Jai Sahaja! – Hara Mahadeva
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Tara & Friends – Hari Om (from the Sat-Songs Concert)
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Omkara & Jai Sahaja! – Gurudev Song
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Prem – My Guruji (Guru Purnima tribute)
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Shivali – Seek the Highest (from the Sat-Songs Concert)
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Déva Priya & Omraj – Invitation Back Home (from the Sat-Songs Concert)
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Mooji Sangha – Shiva Shambo (Papaji Jayanti celebration October 2016)
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Chant Sahaja – Hare Ram Hare - Calling (from the album 'Krishna Bhajans')
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SHOWER OF GRACE - (The Embrace 3)
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River of Love - Mooji (Embrace 2) REMEMBER by Omkara
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Chant Sahaja – Parvati Shiv Hare Hare (from the album 'Praises to the Supreme')
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Thy Kingdom is Here
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Prem & Sangita – Jah Gonna Take Me Home (from the Sat-Songs Concert)
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Nitya – Hallelujah (Hallowed Be Thy Name)
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Nirmal – Archangel
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Bholenath – One Love
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Mukti & Band – Welcome the Lion On Your Path (from the Sat-Songs Concert)
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Shivali — From Heaven's All Gracious King
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Omkara & Gotama — A Prayer
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Moojibaba & Sangha — It Is Done (the 'Sahaja Anthem' song)
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Jagathi — Guru Jaisa Nahi Ko Dev (with ancient words written for Guru Nanak)
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Amit — Moojibaba Namo Namah (Shivaratri Cafe)
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Mukti & Band — Don't Take Shape

These bhajans are not just music, they are pure love, grace and joy emanating from the heart of Being. Hear and sing these songs and fall upwards into the arms of the Beloved.

The Jai Sahaja! Bhajans team provide their beautiful offering of the Rishikesh, India season.

These bhajans are beautiful, uplifting, spiritual singing in praise of the Supreme. This is an opportunity to sing, dance, or simply sit and enjoy a powerful sharing of music arising from the bliss of Being.

Krishnabai and Jai Sahaja! sing this powerful bhajan, “He Mata Kali” during a Live Bhajans concert on 7 March, 2020 in Rishikesh

“Hara Mahadeva” (by Samadhi) performed by Prem and Jai Sahaja! This uplifting song was performed by Prem and the Jai Sahaja! Bhajans Group in Monte Sahaja for Guru Purnima on 5 July, 2020. Guru Purnima is an auspicious day to honour, celebrate and express our deep gratitude for the immense blessing of the Guru. The word ‘Guru’ has Sanskrit origins, meaning ‘the dispeller of darkness’, and such a one is a light unto this world

The “Papaji Song” was written by Mooji for his Master, Papaji, many years ago. In 2016 (for the first time since 1997) Mooji returned to Lucknow and was invited to share Satsang at the Papaji Satsang Bhavan. This song was sung at the end of one of the Satsangs there.

Mooji Mala Music channel is a collection of music that emanates from Heart Satsangs with Mooji. These powerful gatherings inspire musicians who come together from all parts of the world to express their deep love and gratitude for the master’s guidance. The wisdom, grace and love that flows from Mooji’s presence guides us home to our true nature as blissful awareness Self. Mooji Mala Music is the true soul food that fills the heart with freedom, light and joy. Enjoy! More music & lyrics from Mooji Mala available on Moojimala.com

More information about Satsang with Mooji can be found on Mooji.org

Gods of War


Video showing Chinese soldiers crying while they are on their way to the disputed border with India has gone viral on social media. In the viral video, the young Chinese Army recruits can be seen crying and singing a Chinese military song called ‘Green Flowers in the Army’. 

The Video Quoted in Chinese (After getting in the car, I was told that the cannon fodder on the front line was crying!)

In 3000 years, 5000 wars have been fought — this is what the male mind has done.

There has never been any peace. There have been only two periods in history: the period we know as war, and the period we call peace, which is a cover-up – in reality, it should be called preparation for another war. The whole history consists only of two things: war and preparation for war.

The politicians have been doing exactly what they have always been doing: creating more conflict, more unrest, more discrimination, more destructive weapons – and preparing for the third world war.

The majority of the wars have been in Asia. It is one of the strategies of the powerful nations and their politicians that they should fight always in some other country; the Soviet Union and America were fighting in Afghanistan.

So the people of Afghanistan are killed; Afghanistan becomes a graveyard, and America and the Soviet Union were both profited by selling weapons.

Quotes from the Book – The Hidden Splendor

Secrets of Opus Dei Revealed


Opus Dei, formally known as The Prelature of the Holy Cross and Opus Dei (Latin: Prelatura Sanctae Crucis et Operis Dei), is an institution of the Catholic Church that teaches that everyone is called to holiness and that ordinary life is a path to sanctity.

The majority of its membership are lay people, with secular priests under the governance of a prelate (bishop) elected by specific members and appointed by the Pope. Opus Dei is Latin for Work of God; hence the organization is often referred to by members and supporters as the Work.

Founded in Spain in 1928 by the Catholic priest St. Josemaría Escrivá, Opus Dei was given final Catholic Church approval in 1950 by Pope Pius XII.[7] In 1982, by decision of Pope John Paul II, the Catholic Church made it into a personal prelature–that is, the jurisdiction of its own bishop covers the persons in Opus Dei wherever they are, rather than geographical dioceses.

As of 2010, members of the Prelature numbered 90,260. Lay persons, men and women, numbered 88,245, while there were 2015 priests.

These figures do not include the diocesan priest members of Opus Dei’s Priestly Society of the Holy Cross, estimated to number 2000 in the year 2005. Members are in more than 90 countries.

About 70% of Opus Dei members live in their private homes, leading traditional Catholic family lives with secular careers, while the other 30% are celibate, of whom the majority live in Opus Dei centers.

Opus Dei organizes training in Catholic spirituality applied to daily life.

Aside from personal charity and social work, Opus Dei members are involved in running universities, university residences, schools, publishing houses, and technical and agricultural training centers.

Opus Dei has been described as the most controversial force within the Catholic Church.

According to several journalists who researched Opus Dei separately, many criticisms against Opus Dei are based on fabrications by opponents, and Opus Dei is considered a sign of contradiction.

Several popes and other Catholic leaders have endorsed what they see as its innovative teaching on the sanctifying value of work, and its fidelity to Catholic beliefs. In 2002, Pope John Paul II canonized Escrivá, and called him “the saint of ordinary life.”

Criticism of Opus Dei has centered on allegations of secretiveness, controversial recruiting methods, strict rules governing members, elitism and misogyny, and support of or participation in authoritarian or right-wing governments, especially the Francoist Government of Spain until 1978.

The mortification of the flesh practiced by some of its members is also criticized. Within the Catholic Church, Opus Dei is also criticized for allegedly seeking independence and more influence.

In recent years, Opus Dei has received international attention due to the novel The Da Vinci Code and its film version of 2006, both of which many prominent Christians and non-believers protested as misleadingly inaccurate and anti-Catholic.

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Miracles of self-respect: Meditation


Self-respect means respecting yourself above all else. It means valuing your own principles before anyone else’s. It means trusting yourself to do what you believe to be true and worth honoring.

Sometimes, this means disappointing other people or making them angry because we cannot conform to what they dictate, But then you are going to be a rebel,. However, if you respect yourself you do not need the approval of others to be happy with your life.

It doesn’t mean putting yourself above others thinking that you are better than they are. It means that you understand that each one of us is equal.

You realize that you deserve to be treated with respect and dignity just as anyone else does.

Why is self-respect important?

Self-respect is important if you want to love yourself fully and completely. Cultivating self-respect gives you the ability to love yourself for who you truly are inside and not just for the way you look or even for your status in society.

When you are proud of who you are, you value yourself as a human being and you believe in yourself. You do not give up in times of challenges because you what you are capable of doing.

When someone lacks self-respect, they live their lives miserably. They shoulder the burdens of regret, shame, loathing, and blame. They are prone to engaging themselves in self-destructive behavior because they have little value for themselves.

Likewise, people respect us according to the degree of how much we respect ourselves. If we do not value ourselves, how can we expect others to treat us with respect?

Self-respect meditation

Regular meditation helps you to calm an overactive mind. It allows you to transcend from the noise that crowds your mind and create a strong connection with your inner self.

The more that you are able to create a stronger connection with your inner self, the more that you will be able to develop a calmer and deeper perspective. As a result of this, you will be able to filter your thoughts and discard the negative ones. You learn to listen to your true voice.

You learn to get to know and appreciate who you truly are. When this happens, your inner-critic who regularly puts you down will be subdued and you will start to notice positive changes in your life.

For a start, here is a form of meditation that you can use to develop your self-respect:

– Find a place suitable for meditation. It must be free from any form of distraction.

– Sit uprightly but keep your body and breathing relaxed. Close your eyes.

– Bring your attention to your own heart.

As you breathe in, feel as if your heart is opening and softening. As you breathe out, feel it release tension and negativity.

– Next, bring into your heart an image of yourself or say your name gently. Silently recite, “May I be freed from self-doubt, may I be happy, may all things go well for me.”

– Keep breathing into your heart and filling yourself with love. Repeat the words again and say it with conviction. Say it with all of your heart. Mean it. Focus all your energy on it.

– When you are ready, regulate your breathing and slowly come to your awareness. Make sure that you finish your meditation with a smile.

Make a commitment to yourself

No one can take away your self-respect. It frees you from the expectations of others and you will live your life freely and happily.

Instead of seeking approval from others, you learn to stand on your own feet without being shaken.

You will also enjoy experiencing new things without having to change yourself. Make a commitment now to love yourself more.

Take time to meditate and improve your life. A few minutes of self-respect meditation can be the best gift that you can give to yourself.

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Satori: Glimpse of Enlightenment

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Our minds are deeply conditioned to continually seek worldly pleasure, want to get better and competitive. The mind is trained to be an achiever and the ordinary need not be achieved; it is already the case. The extraordinary has to be achieved, the extraordinary becomes the goal. 

We are driven by our desires. Those desires arise from our need for wanting more; wanting more shows our dissatisfaction in things that we already have.

Dissatisfaction leads towards suffering and that is what our whole world is based upon desire and suffering.

According to Zen Buddhism, to break free from these worldly strings and attain the highest level of consciousness one must reach enlightenment, a state where there is no desire, no anxiety, no dissatisfaction, no suffering; a state where your past becomes irrelevant and so does your future. ‘I’, ‘Me’, ‘Myself’, all becomes obsolete as you become one with the cosmos in the wholeness.

Enlightenment is an indescribable experience that takes place within you with a sensation of complete fulfillment & awareness.

In Zen tradition, there are two distinct ways to experience enlightenment: Satori and Samadhi.

So What is Satori

Satori is a glimpse of the enlightenment that never lasts too long. You get into the state of a peak experience for a very short frame of time. Seeker suddenly experiences something that is beyond ordinary, with a feeling of incredible oneness with everything around him.

In that very moment, all of his mind made delusions, all of his past becomes meaningless and he sees no future.

Only thing that matters in that moment is here and now. The experiencer disconnects himself from the surrounding completely.

During this moment of satori is like experiencing enlightenment, the seeker experience the oneness and the essence of cosmic intelligence, the reason of his existence and the reality itself.

Satori can happen to anyone, while listening to music or walking in the garden or climbing a mountain.

Satori is nothing more than a sneak peek into real world, so when experienced for the first time the experiencer doesn’t understands it or the cause of its happening but the mere flash of reality leaves them longing for more, wanting more, except it never happens knowingly.

Many who have experience Satori explains it like having some kind of drugs.

Stages of Satori :

Anyone who experience satori for the first time do realize happening of something different, something that is beyond the comprehension of our mind, and something that is truly beautiful and ecstatic but they don’t understand the meaning of it nor can they explain it.

Since it is just a glimpse at first, the whole experience makes little to no sense to them. But having tasted the hint of true reality people tends to seek more of it.

The first glimpse can happen to anybody. It is not just restricted to religious or spiritual people. It can happen to an artist, a traveler, a monk or even a drug addict; just about anyone can experience it.

The first satori glimpse comes naturally and unknowingly. It comes when you are not expecting or anticipating its happening. And once it happens, after a flash it’s gone, it can last for a hour or few days, but this is only a stage, seeing the peak from far.

After the first glimpse the experiencer is left longing for the experience, for it to happen again. But the second stage is not accidental. Though it comes when you are least expecting it to happen but still, to reach the peak of satori you have to go through different methods and techniques. Second stage is about reaching the peak.

The third stage of awakening is the final stage, Samadhi. Hence, there is no seeing or climbing the peak. Here, you become the peak itself, the ultimate stage, point of eternal consciousness, point of no return.

  • Ways to reach Satori:

First stage of satori happens just by chance once you have experienced it, you demand more. But simply seeking it won’t make it happen again. For second stage to happen it requires certain practices.

Sometimes shock, sudden danger or intense pain could trigger satori. There are many instances in the history of Zen about students achieving satori when the master cuts off the index finger or throws them out from a second storey window.

These experiences causes powerful shock which awakens the “Bindu”, a higher centre of the brain which when activated is known to give that brief awakening.

Furthermore through rigorous meditation and following traditional practices of Zen Buddhism higher state of satori is attainable.

Since satori can’t be maintained, only by practicing more one can create better chances of achieving satori and deepening the experience.

Each time you take a glimpse you become one step closer to the ultimate destination, Samadhi.

And with each time you draw back yourself little further away from the materialistic world. At the end, when your mind becomes free from all the worldly desire, ego, suffering, bonds, it transcends and the heart opens.

Then there is the true enlightenment. Not just a glimpse, but Samadhi.

Osho Desert Ashram Israel


A bit about the place and the people

An Ashram is a place for learning and experiencing yourself. It is a school in which you decide the rate of your learning.

Osho once said: “to teach meditation you need do nothing but provide a meditative atmosphere”.

Indeed, with the open desert surrounding us, the daily meditations and the many possibilities to work with us in the gardens and in the kitchen, to rest and to have fun. Osho Desert Ashram is a special place that helps you shed your layers of armor and come closer to yourself and to others. And to breath.

The Ashram was founded several years ago by Rafeek, man of the media, and Musa, man of Kibbutz Samar, one of the pioneers of date farming in the Arava and introducers of the Rainbow tribe, a man of vision.

Throughout the years, many dear friends have lived in the Ashram or came through it, and they built and shaped its unique character.

Today, the residents and operators of Desert Ashram are: Shradha, Yoram Jay ram, Utsav, Tal (half), Nirdosh, Assaf Re’emim, Diani and Jagadeva Orram, and with us are the participants of the Working Meditation Program and other lovely people, who help around in the special everyday life of the place.

As a community and a commune, we try to live together in awareness, harmony and love, honest humanity, cooperation and mutual support in the growth of this place and in the personal growth of each and every one of us.

The facilities include air conditioned rooms with attached bathrooms, a workshop and meditation hall, a meditation tent with a view of the desert, a huge circular dome facing the desert, a mess hall that serves tasty home cooked vegetarian meals, camping areas with hot showers and a couple of cute little pools.
Furthermore, we try to be environmentally friendly, separating the trash and making compost, natural mud construction and more.

The various activities in the Ashram include: meditations, Rebearthing, therapy, yoga, laughter yoga, Psychodrama, Contact, Tantra, Primal Feelings, breathing, bioenergy, dancing, singing, writing, art, Vipassana, martial arts, Tai Chi, Qigong, Chakra work and many more.

To visit Osho Desert Ashram , you can:

– Come as a guest to a workshop or a festival, or just like that for no reason, for a quiet rest in a room or camping out.
– Come to the WOMP (Working Meditation Program), and live with us for 10 days up to 10 weeks.
– Come to festivals as a helper and get free entry and meals for 6 daily hours of work.

Where are we?

Desert Ashram is on route 40, about 70 km south of Mitzpe Ramon (45 minute drive through beautiful scenery crossing Macktesh Ramon), or 85 km north of Eilat (turn left on Route 90 (Arava Route) in Ketura junction). To see a map, click here.
By bus: no. 392 between Be’er Sheva and Eilat, click here to check schedules in the Egged Bus operator website.

Website: www.desertashram.co.il


The Meanings behind Animal Spirit


People who are fond of animals are more likely to believe that animals have energies that can be obtained. Some animal lovers believe animal energies.

Some of you have encountered the word animal spirit. In that case, you are more likely to believe that there is a certain energy that revolves around the animals.

The knowledge and wisdom of ancient Native American shaman provides great assistance to be more familiar of the animal energies that you can obtain.

Ancient Native American shaman can also show you what your animal dreams mean an also the action you should do regarding your dream.

Long time ago, ancient Native Americans believe that all animals has exceptional lessons and special gifts. Every animal possess unique characteristic.

Native Americans shamans believe that the animal can teach us lessons for us to be enlightened and to be healed.

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They also believe that when you dream of an animal or it comes to you, it shows that the person should be aware of the animal’s qualities because they need it.

The belief of Ancient Native Americans shaman about animal energies did not stop from their ages but it was passed until today’s generations. Some of the people around the world are aware about the wisdom that Native Americans left.

Sometimes, animals are involved in art just like in tattooing where some persons embed their favorite animal or spiritual animal deep in their skin. When it comes to the qualities of the animals, it varies from one to another. Some of the trait an animal possess can help you in your life situation.

The belief claims that when a person tries to seek help from the animal, it will help you from the burden you are going through. To learn how to call the energy of an animal, you should learn how to meditate. Meditation is a simple way to pass the quality of the animal you have been asking for.

As we live in modern times, different ways have been developed throughout the belief. Sometimes, animal token is used for meditation. Token is a small piece of carved art where the face or the animal is engraved. For the others, necklaces or bracelet charms can be valued like the token. Simplicity can always work, too. You just have to get a pen and a paper to draw the animal you want to meditate on.

To be able to identify the traits and characteristics an animal possess, few of the known animals have been evaluated for the succeeding sentences.

  • The bear possess strength, intelligence and contemplation.
  • The beaver possess building or shaping.
  • The bird possess unity, kinship and freedom.
  • The buffalo possess abundance healing and good fortune.
  • The cougar shows balance and leadership.
  • The coyote has humor, trickiness and bad luck.
  • The deer shows peace, gentleness and sensitivity.
  • The dolphin possess harmony, joy and self-connection.
  • The eagle has strength, power, illumination as well as healing.
  • The frog shows cleansing and emotional healing.
  • The hawk has awareness the possess truth.
  • The hummingbird shows beauty, quickness and wonder.
  • The lizard shows elusiveness.
  • The mouse possess charm and illusion.
  • The otter holds laughter, happiness and lightness.
  • The owl holds vision, wisdom and insight.
  • The rabbit shows overcoming fear and safety.
  • The seagull has a carefree attitude, freedom and versatility.
  • The snail possess determination and perseverance.
  • The snake holds power, sexual potency and force of life.
  • The squirrel shows thrift and trust.
  • The turtle has knowledge, healing and love/protection.
  • The whale possess intuition and creativity,
  • The wolf has teaching skill, independence and loyalty.

Samadhi and Satori : What is the Difference

Samadhi and Satori : What is the Difference
Samadhi and Satori : What is the Difference

Samadhi and Satori are stages in meditation, Imagine a person in his death bed who is about to die. For him in that very moment, his past become futile.

There isn’t any energy left to think about past, or even worry about future?

There is no future for him. Future is based on our past experiences which work as a reference point & without past there is no future. So all he is left with is his present moment.

That present moment is all that matters to him. No friend, no family, no children, no wife, no desire, no suffering, no pain, no anxiety. In that moment he becomes one with the universe and ascends to higher consciousness.

That is what Samadhi is.

In that moment when past and future ceases from existence, you become the present.

Samadhi is death of ego, as once Samadhi happens there is no coming back, there is no memory of that experience happening as there is no one to remember it, the ego body or the ME that identify itself, will no longer be there to remember as he has known himself.

All past glimpse of awakening has become the whole picture, the reality.

With Samadhi your old self is gone who was always in the pursuit of happiness, satisfaction, fulfillment of desires and new inner self is known who doesn’t longs for anything, who doesn’t desires to achieve anything.

Samadhi is the eternal state of enlightenment, fine tuned with the cosmic consciousness.

Satori is temporary state of Samadhi. The one who witnesses satori remains but the one who experiences Samadhi leaves the human realm.

That is why many people can explain the experience of satori but no one can truly explain Samadhi.

Let go little self and discover your higher self

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Ever been curious that sometimes, you feel that you are not your real self? Or at times, you notice that you are too moody or having intense mood swings? To inform you, dual personality is within every of us. Not medically related, but there are two selves for each person.

The first self is called little self. It is not interpreted literally rather, little self is a person’s wounded self which is also regarded as your ego. The second self is called spiritual self. Spiritual self stands for the higher self. Spiritual self is also known as the soul or the adult self.

Too much mood swings feeds your ego. One cue that can be related to that is being attracted to the wrong person. To know how this happens, running your attraction to the wrong person is activated if your little self or your ego becomes alive. Your little self or wounded self feels incomplete.

This feeling eats you alive and at some point, you did not know that you are feeding it.

However, you will know your little self is turned on when the wrong person is giving you material things. In this case, the wrong person feeds your little self when the person provides money or house. Attraction to the wrong person will make your spiritual self unhealthy.

Feeding your ego from the material things that the wring person gives, makes your wounded self attracted to it. You cannot notice it because your turned on ego or little self is blinding the real you.

Your little self or your ego came from the negative experiences that you have felt and see when you were young. However, as you grow up, you also need to learn to let go of your negative experiences so as not to conflict with your spiritual self.

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Wounds that came from the past should not interfere with your present self. You have grown up and as soon as you are in the process, you will see that you are really lovable. Your spiritual self tells you that you are not the wounded self anymore. Make time for yourself to heal your wounded self or your ego.

Your wounds will heal as soon you accept that you are important. Time will heal your little self if you just make sure that you can be able to identify your two self.

For you not to be confused if you are turning your ego or your spiritual self, certain solutions can be done. Loving yourself is the key. If you identified your spiritual soul soon enough you will learn to live yourself.

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Material things do not matter if you know that you have love within yourself. Reclaim what is really within yourself. Spiritual self tells you that you are important, beautiful and you are lived.

Keep in mind that loving yourself will heal your wounded self and when the right time has come, you will find the right person for you without turning your wounded self on.