Approaches to Being

Whatever you meet in life, your approach to it is important. Whether it is a dream, a religion or a discipline, what you bring to it brings either an open way or a shut door. Approaches to being is about the spiritual paths and dicsciplines that can lead to a fuller life. I have tried here to show a deeper understanding to such paths – a new way.

The Chakras – Part 7

The space behind the forehead,’ Eileen Garratt says, ‘clears and becomes suffused with soft light in which changing colours play an important part, and I actually enter a dimension which is colour. Now the process of clairvoyance definitely begins to function and coordinates and speeds up all se...More

Opening to the Spirit

I know some aspects of spirituality are said to be about living a good life; about being kind, charitable and loving to others. Well, there may be truth in that, but I do believe that unless one achieves some level of awareness of one’s own internal nature through whatever path one takes, there ha...More

Yoga and Japan

Thank you very much for embracing me warmly. I can now find what is lacking in my life. First time I met you I was expecting sexual satisfaction very much, but our being together was very comfortable and cosy. I gradually find my irritation that I am not fully satisfied by my husband owes almost to...More

Love Irradiates The Universe

What I saw was that the Big Bang utterly shattered the existence of what had been before. That ocean of energy and consciousness destroyed itself so beings such as ourselves might exist. And then, as it died, at the very last moments of its death, it shot out something to penetrate all that was comi...More

Life within Change and Constancy

Rudolf Steiner explains parts of this process very clearly. He points out that from conception through to death our physical body goes through a process of continuous change. There is never a moment when changes are not going on in the body. Also, part of this change is that physical impressions las...More

Self-Help Techniques To Use

Much of our behaviour is largely or wholly unconscious. Becoming aware of something can by itself produce a change. If you are not aware of how you act or respond, there is less likelihood of satisfying change....More

We Live in Special Times

In many cultures there is reference to the influence ancestors have on the living. Ancestors are therefore often worshipped or turned to for advice or help in those cultures. In the west this is often thought of as a superstitious idea, yet in most homes I have been in there is a small area where fa...More

We Are Co-creators in the Cosmos

We usually see the world as bounded by time and three dimensions. But another extraordinary statement about the world around us is one put forward by Irish physicist John Stewart Bell. It is a quantum theorem that has revolutionised the way reality is considered. In brief, the theorem states that w...More

Touching Your Core Self – Part 6

I see that they have little or no real certainty of their own innate power and wonder, and so always look to others. All I can say is that perhaps for some this is necessary. But it misses one of the greatest blessings we can find. That blessing is your own inner power and connection with the Core ...More

Touching Your Core Self – Part 5

This experience transforms your feelings about death, enabling you to live your life more fully, free of fear. It transforms relationships from grasping dependence or fear of loss, into the knowledge that you are always love itself, and at your core is a gentle bliss that does not depend upon extern...More

Touching Your Core Self – Part 4

We also need to remember that the dream process expresses in symbols. If we put this together with the experience of the full surround virtual reality of the dream, then we can say that our Core expresses its wisdom, healing process or insight in the form of apparently objective people, scenes and e...More

Touching Your Core Self – Part 3

Edgar Cayce, an apparently uneducated man who lived and worked during the last century, could accurately diagnose illness in others without any medical training. He did this by opening himself to his core, or what he called the cosmic mind....More

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