GOVERNING ASPECTS OF THE PLANETS

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Important words from Confucius

“To give good influence to someone it is important to begin the matter seriously but with a very friendly tone and very thoughtful words. Face the facts of the inadequacy forgive the deficiencies, notice the lack of knowledge and be not in opposition to the wishes. To give good influence to someone it is important to find the right place and the right timing, the right behaviour and the right mood, even the right gestures. After all of this someone will be able to give good influence – to you.”

OUR EARTH WALK

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“We are Earth people on a Spiritual Journey to the stars. Our quest, our Earth walk, is to look within, to know who we are, to see that we are connected to all things, that there is no seperation, only in the mind.”

– LAKOTA SEER –

CHAKRAS

WHAT ARE CHAKRAS?

Chakras are energy centres, which are found in every single human and animal; and also the earth (click here for locations).

The earliest recognition of chakras dates back to the 8TH Century in India – possibly earlier.

It is essential to keep your chakras balanced – as when they are unbalanced negative emotions / effects on the body can take place. Getting to know your chakras can also open up ‘new files’ of information about yourself and find reasoning for why you have particular traits; resulting in deeper healing.

May you be curious and open-minded enough to delve deeper…


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MULADHARASVADHISTHANA

MANIPURA

ANAHATA

VISHUDDHA

AJNA

SAHASRARA

4 STAGES OF LEARNING

By behavioural scientist Dr Abraham Maslow.

Stage One:

  • Unconscious incompetence: You simply don’t know you don’t know.

Stage Two:

  • Conscious incompetence: You know that you don’t know.

Stage Three:

  • Conscious competence: You know you can do it, but you have to concentrate on the efforts required.

Stage Four:

  • Unconscious competence: You know you can do it without thinking about it.

Wishing v Willpower

“When we wish for something, it is a desire generated without energy. The power of life energy is not released. A wish may result in intention; that is, our intention or plan to achieve that result which is desired or wished for. A wish is merely a passive desire to obtain an objective. However, when we use our Will, that is another matter. Using our Will means we will act in accordance with that which is required until we get our wish or desire. Exercising our Will power releases the power of life energy. This is the dynamic way of obtaining our objective.”

(A paraphrase of a quotation from Paramahansa Yogananda – The Law of Success)