SELENOPHILE

(n) A person who loves the moon.

 

 

 

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REIKI

REIKI: (n) a healing modality where the therapist channels energy (Chi / Ki / Prana) into the patient through their hands, to activate the natural healing processes of the patient’s body and restore physical and emotional well-being.

THE FIVE REIKI PRINCIPLES

Today only do not be angry

Today only do not worry

Today only be grateful

Today only pursue your responsibilities

Today only be kind to your neighbour and every living thing

(Today only is put before each phrase to make our lives easier; to remind us to be present in everything we do and don’t do throughout each day.)

to be continued…

CONSCIOUSNESS

‘Consciousness is defined in two ways:

  • Our state of consciousness when awake, dreaming or deep sleeping.
  • The quality of our character, and our state of spiritual awareness.

There are three aspects of consciousness that need to be appreciated in relation to the quality of our character and our state of spiritual awareness:

  • Our monadic consciousness, which is our supreme consciousness.
  • Our egoic consciousness, which is the consciousness of our individuality, governed by the higher aspect of our ego.
  • Our personality consciousness, limited to the lower aspect of our ego.’

PAGE 88 / FROM RELIGION TO SPIRITUALITY / CHARLES REITHER

MACROBIOTICS

Definition: A macrobiotic diet (or macrobiotics), is a dietary regime which involves eating grains as a staple food, supplemented with other foods such as local vegetables and avoiding the use of highly processed or refined foods and most animal products.

FOHAT

“Fohat is the intelligent medium of the divine mind. It is the dynamic energy of cosmic ideation and the guiding power of all manifestation.”

(Pg 20,  Reither. C, From Religion To Spirituality)

SPIRITUAL DIMENSION

“A Spiritual Dimension is best described as an awareness, knowledge and understanding of the purpose and meaning of our lives which reaches beyond the perspective of our five physical senses and our personalities; and beyond orthodox religion.”

“The sole purpose of our existence is to identify with our immortal self instead of our personal self. When we identify with this sole purpose, then, meaning will be seen to underlie all happenings and events in our lives.”

(Pg. 23, Reither. C, From Religion To Spirituality)