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Healing The Heart

 

Opening the heart is vital to spiritual awakening, healing and achieving wholeness.

 

However, for many of us, opening the heart means opening to a lifetime’s accumulation of unacknowledged sorrow, both our personal sorrows and the universal sorrows of warfare, hunger, old age, illness, and death. Sometimes we may experience this sorrow physically, as contractions and barriers around our heart, but more often we feel the depth of our wounds, our abandonment, our pain, as unshed tears.

 

Meditation is an invaluable tool in healing the heart as it gradually opens. When we meditate, the grief we have carried for so long, from pains and dashed expectations and hopes, arises. Our task in meditation is first to let them move through us, then to recognize them and allow them to sing their songs.

 

What we find as we listen to the songs of our sorrows, loneliness or longing, is that they do not stay forever. As we heal through meditation, our hearts break open to feel fully. We grieve for our past traumas and present fears, for all of the feelings we never dared experience consciously. However, out of this grief work comes deep renewal.

 

Eternal True Nature

 

Because I practice the Inner Light and Sound Meditation, I can only speak from my experience with this meditation; there may be similar experiences with other types of meditation.

 

For those of us who practice the Inner Light and Sound Meditation, we will gradually realize and experience our True Eternal Nature and God-Source. The more we realize or experience Source, the more blissful we become.  We truly know that all humans are Eternal Beings of Consciousness or Spirit!  Read more

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Does Time Exist?

 

What is time? If time does exist, when was it created? Did it always exist? Did it exist before humans came along?

 

We never really see time. What we see are clocks that measure the movement of its own hands. Clocks do not really measure time. Instead, they define the time standards for the globe: Time is defined by the number of clicks of the clocks. There is no clock to measure time outside in the universe. Is time defined by the rotation of our planet around the sun?

 

Some physicists believe that time does not exist, while others argue that it does. I will attempt to explain that there is time, and then there is no time.

 

Time is a Creation of Consciousness

 

Believe it or not, we create time (and space). Time is a creation of Consciousness. Before entering the realms of Time and Space or the Time Matrix or Manifest Creation, we as Divine Beings or Spirits, do not experience time nor space. We are one with everything and reside in no-time (or Eternity) and in Infinity.  Read more