The Real Black MagicWritten by Tobias Lars
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Role Models? Those who preach about “role models” most often are ones who set worst examples. This makes sense since any psychologist worth his diploma will tell you that whatever we “crusade” against or for usually is unbalanced part of our selves. We’re fighting our own demons, our “shadow” that we can’t accept as part of ourselves. So we then project it “out there” outside of ourselves. That’s why you have leading arson investigator in whole country, “expert”, setting fires everywhere he travels to give his “expert” seminars. That’s why often moral crusader against “pornography” is found frequenting prostitutes in his town. That’s why federal judge is caught red handed by FBI mailing terrorist threats to his mistress so he can “save” her from “bad guy” and win her back. That’s why minister of God actually hires a hit man to kill his rival minister, and a million other examples. The preceding are all true examples by way taken directly from investigative TV shows like 60 Minutes, Dateline and 20/20. So when government leaders pontificate about need for setting good role models then go and start wars, refuse to negotiate with their “enemy” even though their self professed holy book, Bible, says to go to your enemy 7x7x7 times and try to work it out before resorting to force, it makes sense. We can’t see our own blind spots.
My Trial Lawyer is Bigger than yours! So we get a schizoid population. We say “tell truth” but we don’t. Just look at legal system. Power today in America translates to $ that can buy best lawyers and “expert” witnesses that will lie for you for money. “My trial lawyer is better than yours.” My war chest is bigger than yours. I have $ to buy consultants that will handpick a jury that will get me off. Where is “equal justice under law” in this? By way, feeders on this system will use same “openness is best policy”, “we should trust one another”, argument to get you to lay your cards on table and then use that information to skewer you. The only safe place is for us to get back in touch with our Intuition which will protect us and instantly tell us people’s hearts and help us see through fancy words. The perfect bullshit detector is your heart. It will tell you when to stand up and walk out no matter what “image” looks like or how right words sound. “Sounds right, feels wrong” is often helpful advice. When we listen to our Intuition, our direct connect with God then also God-Love-Source-our own Higher Intelligence works in “mysterious ways” to assist us.
The Most Expensive Commodity in Universe! Do you want real power? Open up to your heart. There we will find an unlimited source of energy and power that no one can take away from us but that others that have not opened themselves to this Source of All will want and will tempt you in every conceivable way to give to them because this Heart Energy is highest commodity in universe. And you have direct access to this most valued commodity of Love, of Wise Innocence, of Power in your heart where you can commune directly with Source of All. This direct communion with God, with Source of All, short circuits all “black magic” out there. It simply won’t work on you. You won’t have to know details; it will simply not exist in your reality and “legions” of angels will come to your aid. This is absolutely true and no one can stop you from using this power.
Tobias Lars B.S., MBA, Mensa, of Sedona is a Spiritual Healer and Business Consultant with over 25 years experience in physical and spiritual healing. He currently works as a spiritual counselor focusing on Soul Activations and Soul Counseling. He can be reached at 602.672.5539 or www.SoulCounseling.com
The Real Meaning of SuccessWritten by Peter Cross
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Eastern religions teach that most important thing is peace of mind. Buddhists aren't even sure that there is a God that's worth defining, but they do believe that peace of mind is a pretty good substitute definition. The Yogis say that to know God, you have to become God, and general path leading to that goal is achieving peace of mind that cannot be disturbed. But there's a great story about a yogi who meditated for many years in a cave in order to become peaceful all time. After he felt that he had achieved that state, he came out of his cave so that he could spread good word. Right away he encountered a woman and he began to tell her of his experience. The woman couldn't grasp his concept right away so she said, "You seem to be very peaceful, yogi. Is that true?" Of course, he said "yes". Then she said, "Come on, yogi, are you REALLY peaceful?" He said, "I just told you that I'm peaceful." She said, "But are you really peaceful all time?" He replied, "Yes, all time." But she kept on. "I don't believe you, yogi, nobody is peaceful ALL time." The yogi just blurted out, "Damn it woman, how can you be so stupid? Can't you see how peaceful I am?" Oh, I certainly didn't make that story up. I got it straight from Sri Swami Satchidananda Maharaj.
So with all that said, you're really successful if:
You're able to have somebody else dial your phone calls for you. You have somebody else drive your own car for you. You don't have to do your own laundries. You're completely inaccessible. You have Milton Berle living inside your brain.
And that last one is true because if you can't achieve constant peace of mind, you might as well be laughing about it all time.
Peter Cross is a disciple of Swami Satchidananda and a singer/songwriter/producer who was among the first to put music on the internet in downloadable format in 1996. To this day, he is one of the only musicians who has created and designed his own music web site in html, and at 104 pages filled with entertaining content, it's one of the largest. Check it out at: http://www.starcrost.com