Friday, January 22, 2021

Why Is My Manifestation Not Working?

Do you have a question you’re often asking yourself? Do you feel like you’re not getting the results you’re hoping for with your manifestation?

Do you feel like the Law of Attraction isn’t working for you right now?

Do you feel like you can’t trust the process?

What is it that you’re really asking?

 When we think about our dreams, it’s difficult to remember that these are a “waiting to happen.” Every dream is the future manifested in the present moment. The ultimate goal of our awareness is to realize that all dreams are waiting to happen, no matter how difficult we may think they are to achieve.

It’s natural to become impatient when the waiting is interminable. We grow frustrated, and before we know it, we begin to question our ability to manifest a manifestation. “I’m not good enough,” we think. “My mind doesn’t work right.”

We need to come to terms with the fact that it takes time to manifest any manifestation, because our mind is like a river and the path is like a riverbed. As long as the riverbed is soft and the riverbed is wet, the river will continue flowing. It takes time for the riverbed to dry up so that the riverbed can become solid.

When the riverbed dries up, our dreams will begin to rise up to the surface. When the riverbed is solid, our dreams will float up to the surface. Our mental perfection is inseparable from our conscious manifestation.

Don’t expect anything too soon, or you may miss the manifestation that is right for you. Trust the process.

Monday, January 18, 2021

Moon In Virgo

Lunar signs can emerge in strange and unusual ways. You may not show these to the general public. However, Virgos are fabulous with communication, serving others, being useful, and caring about the environment.

I have known a lot of people with Moon in Virgo, and the general consensus is that they’re pretty smart and caring. Unfortunately, their caring nature makes it easier to take advantage of — so don’t forget to protect yourself!

Recently I did a podcast about this very subject on SpiritClique. I discussed the lunar Virgo placement in detail, including all their strengths. (We’ll do weaknesses another time!) I also instruct about really basic essential use, so that it can be done safely and carefully.) Listen here!

Saturday, January 2, 2021

Why Should We Make Meditation a Habit?

Meditation is not always easy.

People who have problems with anxiety can find meditation to be especially challenging.

It takes focus and concentration, and must be practiced for years to reap the full benefits.

But it can be a vital part of managing stress, controlling our thoughts, and decreasing our feelings of irritability.

It is important to develop a meditation practice that helps you stay focused and flexible.

Doing some meditation is like taking a yoga class, but on a much smaller scale.

One of the benefits of meditating is the ability to reduce stress.

It is often difficult for people to concentrate when they are stressed, so meditating can help us to find an even deeper sense of relaxation.

So when you are tempted to take on more responsibilities, think about ways that you can reduce your workload and concentrate on other, more positive things.

Wednesday, December 30, 2020

The Value of Amber: How Much Is It Worth?

Amber is a gorgeous honey-colored gemstone. While technically a wood resin, amber holds its own with the best and brightest jewels and minerals in the world.

Country artisans have used time-honored techniques to carve and shape this mysterious substance. Families in the artisanal Baltic amber trade pass down secrets from one generation of craftspeople to the next — turning already stunning natural amber into beads, cabochons, and other objects of beauty. However, amber is fragile. Unless stored and maintained properly, small pieces can become brittle or wear down. 

Even the simplest of amber creations can rival the most ethereal gems in value. Clearer amber is worth more, but gemstones that contain well preserved specimens of prehistoric living things can fetch a pretty penny. In some parts of the world, a gram of fine amber is so rare that it can fetch a better price than gold.

Sunday, September 1, 2019

Jewish Mysticism & Meditations

In Hebrew, Jewish Meditation is called hitbonenut or hisbonenus. Usually, these are most clearly explained in the Hasidic and Kabbalistic texts. Hebrew pertains to one of the many dialects under the languages of Canaanite. It flourished as the Israel's spoken language between tenth century BCE and third or fourth CE (the Byzantine Period) upon the extinction of several Canaanite dialects.

The term hisbonenus is derived from Binah, a Hebrew word which means understanding. This understanding is based from analytical study involving any topics. In general, hisbonenus is referred to as the Torah study under Kabbalah explanations for achieving a greater appreciation and understanding of God.

The primary Judaism document is the Torah. Traditional rabbinic writings provided several ideas about the revelation of the whole Torah. Many considered the event at Mount Sinai, when God revealed the Ten Commandments to Moses as one of the most significant revelatory event. The orthodox rabbis dated the revelation as 1280 BCE. Sources given by some rabbis stated that the whole Torah was all given at once during the revelation. The maximalist believed that the dictations not only include quotes which are appearing in the texts, but also each word contained in the texts itself, even the phrases and the revelation of the death of Moses. 

Kabbalah transliterated as Qabalah, Kabbala, Cabala, or other related permutations means receiving of a particular tradition. It interprets esoterically the Bible of the Hebrew (Tanakh), aggadah and halakha (classical texts of the Jews), and mitzvot (practices). Mystical doctrines are expressed in connection with simultaneous transcendence and immanence of God. This was the attempted declaration to the old paradox that explains the Ultimate Being, in which even the blind Isaac cannot conceive it in his thoughts, but he came to be experienced and known by the people that He created. 

The Kabbalah declares that each intellectual process should be incorporated with three faculties. It includes Daas, Binah, and Chochma. Daas literally means knowledge. This pertains to the ability of the mind to hold and focus its concentration on the Binah and Chochma. Chochma literally means wisdom. This is the ability of the mind to create a new point of view in a concept which one didn't know before.  Binah literally means understanding. This is the ability of the mind to obtain a new point of view from Chochma and evaluate all its propositions and simplify the concepts to be well understood.

It is a fact that hisbonenus referring to Binah defines Jewish meditation to distinguish it from other meditation forms. The philosophy of Hasidic and Kabbalah rejected the idea that any new point of view doesn't necessarily come from a mere concentration only. They also explained that although Daas is an important part of cognition, it's similar to an empty container without the study, learning, and analysis coming from the power of Binah. The Chassidic philosophy also stated that the new discovery or insight of a scientist (Chochma) is the end result of a deep analysis and study of his topics (Binah).

However, Chassidic masters revealed that deep concentration for a longer period of time sometimes devoid intellectual contents that can lead to hallucinations, insanity, and sensory deprivation instead of achieving spiritual enlightenment. The true enlightenment corresponds with Torah understandings specifically the Hasidic and Kabbalah philosophy explanations.

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