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If your goal is to have more happiness in your life, you must look at the role of desirous attachment. Are you gripped by the idea of that bigger house, higher paying job, or perfect partner? Are you on an endless chase to acquire things or situations that you think will bring you bliss or relief?  Read more »

What can you do to manifest something for yourself? Or how can you manifest something that will become big enough to share with somebody else? Based on the absolute truth we are all are creating our reality, from illnesses, to your lifestyle and the very situations that come and go out of our lives.
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For most of you this is having a relationship. Know that the only being worth sharing life with is God, end of story…capital letter…full stop, that’s it. If you do that, if you understand this not from a religious basis, but from a spiritual basis, if you understand what I’ve just said, you will actually love yourself so much that you might attract somebody who won’t take, who won’t disturb your eye. Read more »

The Buddha then said these words, “ Events happen, deeds are done, there are consequences (that is called karma), there are no doers thereof.” There are no doers of the deeds; it is all God’s will. Read more »

Jesus was a highly evolved spiritual teacher. As a child he was a handful, I wonder if he was alive today would he be diagnosed with ADHD or something similar because he was hyper. He was hyper because physicality was nothing to him. He must have had his poor mother worried because he went missing so many times for his growth. Read more »

The Bhagavad Gita was written by sages who broke through the maya of illusion and wrote a guidebook for us on how to live a God-Realized life. It is called the devotees song of love to God. Many consider this the Hindu bible which is a misnomer actually because if you read the Upanishads, which the Bhagavad Gita comes from, you will find a section that translated means “Sermon on the Mount”. So many spiritual teachings can be traced back to this book. Read more »

On the top of the Rising Star symbol, the star represents the Crown Chakra. The heart shape represents the Heart Chakra. The bottom, center of the triangle is the Root Chakra. So, within the symbol, you have your seven chakras. Now, right from the bottom of the star there are five strokes coming out. Then on each side you have three strokes coming out of the star. What is five and three? Eight. And what is eight and three? Eleven. Read more »

This year during the Ireland Workshop, I had the joy and privilege of welcoming a third symbol to the world – ‘Aum Sri Premapranahuti’. This symbol represents a way of living, a conscious reminder that we are God beings. Like any symbol, it represents a reminder to transmit love to all, to serve all, and… Read more »

  “It is startling to find that Chinese people’s feelings of well-being have declined in a period of such momentous improvement in their economic lives. After all, most policy makers would confidently predict that a fourfold increase in a people’s material living standard would make them considerably happier.” Richard A. Easterlin ,”When Growth Outpaces Happiness” … Read more »

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