The second step on the spiritual journey, is that we have to dismantle the patterns of pettiness activated when we’re in our ordinary life. In the darkness, once the mind really starts opening up, you begin meeting some interesting people--people I call undeveloped parts of ourselves. They’re what Jung called complexes. They are little bundles of conditioned response, developed in relationship to all kinds of situations throughout our whole life going back to probably when we were in the womb.
Author of Beyond Human: Claiming the Power and Magic of Your Limitless Self
People today seem quite fixated on the idea of cataclysmic change. I catch snippets of the apocalypse and the 2012 Mayan prophecy in conversations around town that usually end up pointing to humanity being magically transported to a new world, a new way of being. Seen as some enchanted departure from the world's natural, political, and economic devastation, mass enlightenment is trending in a very big way.
Is the world going to end in a year's time? Visionaries have passed down prophecies of humanity's demise for generations while promising an age of awakening, a New Age. By now we should be asking instead, does catastrophe, or lack thereof, determine our ability to "awaken" or experience enlightenment?
2012 is here. Finally. After many years of anticipation, sensationalism, foreboding, titillation, and wild prophecies, we’ve reached the end of the Mayan calendar. The era of momentous astrological configurations. World upheaval. Apocalyptic destruction. Dissolution of the world as we know it. Mass landing of UFOs. The spiritual ascension of humanity. The dawn of a new age. And on and on and on. . .
Prophets, authors, soothsayers, shamans, and Hollywood have had a field day predicting, explaining, and dramatizing the events to come. Will this year be a turning point in human history? Massive suffering leading to spiritual resurrection? The annihilation of evil and the restoration of virtue? The second coming of Christ? A redux of the Y2K dud? Just another year?
Author: Johhny Fincham--
Learn how to lift the veil and probe deep into the soul of yourself and anyone with this amazing guide.
About the Author:
Johnny Fincham is Britain's leading palmist (Daily Mail), the palmist of the stars (Denise Van Outen). He has been a professional palmist for twenty years and contributes regularly to the media and featured widely on regional and national newspapers, radio and TV.
He is Chat-It's Fate magazine's resident palmistry expert. He has written The Spellbinding Power of Palmistry (the UK's best selling palmistry title), and Palmistry for Today. He lives in Norfolk. His website is www.johnnyfincham.com
Once upon a time I decided to get a tattoo. I knew where it would be and I knew what it would look like. A fairy angel with a magic wand.
She would flitter above where my left breast use to be and out of her wand would be dashes of golden angel dust. The sparkling bits would be full of blessings and they would be singing thanks to that most treasured part of me that sacrificed so much so I would live.
I am talking about breast cancer, loss of a body part but this is not a sad story. Fact is I can have fun at any time of most any day, two boobs or not. Like the time shortly after surgery when I walked into my kitchen during a birthday party for Jesus on Christmas Eve.
For author and entrepreneur Jim White, the path to his purpose in life has been filled with more accomplishments and life-changing circumstances than most people realize in more than one lifetime. Yet it was a simple "human moment" in London that propelled him to stop, examine and reconstruct his entire life's calling. White's ensuing development of THE WORLD IS A SAFE PLACE--philosophy shared in his series of books, is deeply impacting thousands of people around the world.