Saturday, May 4, 2013

Xristos Anesti kai Xronnia Polla





Angel in India




  Krishnan: Human suffering is happening all the time all over the world. Everyone has their own moments of happiness and suffering -- the wheel keeps moving all the time. If we understand this ... we will become softer in our attitude toward the less fortunate and extend a helping hand.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Lemurian Quartz Garden Brazil

Traveling to the Remote Mines in South America
Brazil

Bill searches far and wide for the crystal beings that are to become a wand or pendant piece. With Crystal Wings the sacred process is not just the cutting and shaping, but in the origin and birthplace of the stone.


Lemurian Garden,
Brazil

http://www.crystalwings.com/AI_customer_submission_page.html

Dr. Oz and his past life experience on Oprah

As part of his research for the show, Dr. Oz agreed to be past-life regressed. He admits the experience was intimidating for him. "I love when there's data. If there's information out there, I get my arms [around] it, and I'm really comfortable," he says. "When we go down this pike, I get really uncomfortable."

During his 60-minute session, Dr. Oz says he recalled a dream he had before he started kindergarten.

"In this dream, my father is taking me out by the hand to individual older men who are wearing these velvety gowns and they're wearing [fez hats]," he says. "They have these old parchments and scrolls and they're writing down things like my lessons, and he's taking me from place to place, and they're not joking around. They're very serious about what they're doing, and it just sort of seems to me that they're planning my life."

Dr. Oz says he then remembered starting school and being disappointed. "Then I ended up from there in this sort of ether. This space that many of my patients actually have described to me," he says. "I felt like there was a stream of people going past me, but they were energy. They didn't have faces. They were trying to teach me, but I wasn't ready to hear it yet."


Now that Dr. Oz has had a past-life regression experience, he understands there will be skeptics. "You know, Oprah, there will be a lot of folks who very understandably say these are the wishful desires of desperate people," he says. 

So does Dr. Oz believe in past-life regression? "I've got to say I don't know if it's past lives. We can get into a long debate whether these are spiritual beings touching us," he says. "A hundred years ago in this country, we were more comfortable with these discussions than we are today. I think part of that is we have gotten addicted to the same serum that I'm taking, which is the belief that the answers are always going to be there in front of us. And sometimes we've got to take that leap, just to believe to test it out. We don't have to advocate it, but we do have to evaluate it." 

Dr. Oz says he does feel like there is a collective unconsciousness out there. "I actually in my heart think that all of our minds are connected and all of these minds in history are then reflected, and we're feeding into this energy system that we can tap into. It's like karma. You can bounce into it. It bounces you back," he says. "So what I really think we want to do is challenge people to the belief and understanding that life is not as real as it seems. There's other stuff out there."


Read more: http://www.oprah.com/health/Were-You-Here-Before-Dr-Oz-Explores-Past-Life-Regressions_2/12#ixzz2S3uXJLeU






Hindi movie about past life regression with no subtitles unfortunately

The word "reincarnation" derives from Latin, literally meaning, "entering the flesh again". The Greek equivalent metempsychosis (μετεμψύχωσις) roughly corresponds to the common English phrase "transmigration of the soul" and also usually connotes reincarnation after death,[7] as either humananimal, though emphasising the continuity of the soul, not the flesh. The term has been used by modern philosophers such as Kurt Gödel[8] and has entered the English language. Another Greek term sometimes used synonymously is palingenesis, "being born again".[9]
There is no word corresponding exactly to the English terms "rebirth", "metempsychosis", "transmigration" or "reincarnation" in the traditional languages of Pāli and Sanskrit. The entire universal process that gives rise to the cycle of death and rebirth, governed by karma, is referred to as Samsara[10] while the state one is born into, the individual process of being born or coming into the world in any way, is referred to simply as "birth" (jāti). Devas (gods) may also die and live again.[11] Here the term "reincarnation" is not strictly applicable, yet Hindu gods are said to have reincarnated (see Avatar): Lord Vishnu is known for his ten incarnations, the DashavatarsCeltic religion seems to have had reincarnating gods also. Many Christians regard Jesus as a divine incarnation. Some Christians and Muslims believe he and some prophets may incarnate again. Most Christians, however, believe that Jesus will come again in the Second Coming at the end of the world, although this is not a reincarnation. Some ghulat Shi'a Muslim sects also regard their founders as in some special sense divine incarnations (hulul).
Philosophical and religious beliefs regarding the existence or non-existence of an unchanging "self" have a direct bearing on how reincarnation is viewed within a given tradition. The Buddha lived at a time of great philosophical creativity in India when many conceptions of the nature of life and death were proposed. Some were materialist, holding that there was no existence and that the self is annihilated upon death. Others believed in a form of cyclic existence, where a being is born, lives, dies and then is reborn, but in the context of a type of determinism or fatalism in which karma played no role. Others were "eternalists", postulating an eternally existent self or soul comparable to that in Judaic monotheism: the ātman survives death and reincarnates as another living being, based on its karmic inheritance. This is the idea that has become dominant (with certain modifications) in modernHinduismhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reincarnation

Third encounter of the close kind on May 20th.

The Astrology of May features MercurySaturnUranusNeptune and Plutoplus two eclipses. Mercury runs through Taurus during the first part of May, being conjunct to the May 9th Solar Eclipse taking place in the 20th degree of that sign, which also conjuncts the South Node of the Moon and makes a quintile aspect to idealistic NeptuneMercury then enters Gemini, the sign of its rulership, on the 15th, just in time to host the Sun for the powerfulGemini-Sagittarius Full Moon and Lunar Eclipse of May 24th, the third eclipse in just this one thirty-day period, encouraging us to think as well as feel our way through. Eclipses are more intense lunations — as recent headlines also indicate — making these transformative times that we are currently managing to live through even more poignant and accelerating the drum beat of change.

The big news this month is the converging of Uranus and Pluto for their third encounter of the close kind. This happens on May 20th. There were two previous exact hits last year of their revolutionary and pressure-packed square, out of a total of seven, with reverberations echoing down to the final years of these "Turbulent Teens." We are, all of us, caught up in the vice of change and we might as well acknowledge this simple and straightforward fact. No one will emerge in the same condition as they started. The culture itself will undergo massive and radical transformation before we are finished, or else we are finished in quite another sense of the word. We must hang together now in collective action that is both local and ultimately global, or we will dangle separately. 

Not only is Uranus in Aries amped up, bringing unique ideas and out-of-the-box strategies to bear, but alsoPluto is emphasized in Capricorn, representing societal structure, which indicates that the very bedrock of our individual as well as our collective lives must transform. What is dysfunctional and outmoded in our approach will have to be pruned away. This is also the sign of Saturn's rulership, and as this two-month period unfolds,Saturn in fading sextile to Pluto begins to make an increasingly close trine aspect to Neptune. We can dream big during this period, and we can also see our dreams come crashing down to a more practical level. When that happens the recommendation is that we do not despair. It is rather — having utmost faith in the universe, whether termed Spirit, or higher Self, or angel guidance — that we choose to rebuild as necessary.

http://www.astrograph.com/horoscopes/overviews/2013/May

Pray for this planet - 5 year old rape?




A five-year-old girl has died after being raped in central India, according to a district official.
Bharat Yadav said the girl suffered cardiac arrest late last night at a hospital in Nagpur city where she was being treated for injuries from the assault.
The girl was reportedly lured from her home on 17 April, and found the next day by her parents. She had been in a coma since 18 April.
Mr Yadav said two men have been arrested.
India has seen a recent sharp rise in numbers of rapes and sexual crimes against women and children. Officials say the spike has resulted from more people reporting the crimes.
Earlier this month, another five-year-old girl was kidnapped, raped and tortured by two men who then abandoned her in a locked room in New Delhi.
She is still recovering at a hospital in the city.
The attacks come four months after the fatal gang rape of a woman on a New Delhi bus sparked outrage across India about the treatment of women in the country.

May Day strike against austerity in Greece

Greece's two main trade unions took to the streets on May Day to protest against the latest economic measures, which include the sacking of 15,000 public sector workers.May Day protesters marched in Athens after the county's two
major public and private sector unions organised a 24-hour
walkout.It is the latest in a long line of strikes and protests in Greece, which is now in its sixth year of recession.President of the Confederation of Civil Servants Trade Union Kostas Tsikrikas said his organisation would continue to battle against the country's austerity measures."We will continue to fight to overturn this unfair and dead-end policy that is destroying millions of jobs on a national and European level and is driving large swathes of society to poverty and destruction," he said.

Everything Happens For a Reason

Get the mesage out..........

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Saturn in Scorpio Opposes Planets in Taurus


Have you been dealing with excessive limits, lately?
It’s not your imagination; as the planets move through Taurus, they’re all running up against the opposition to Saturn (restrictions) at 8 degrees Scorpio. Venus (love, money, self-esteem) in Taurus experienced the Saturn hit on April 22nd. Between now and May 1st, the Sun (life force) and Mars (action) will feel the crunch.
Saturn is retrograde (reversed), so these are old or repeating limits/fears/rules that are blocking you. You want to build something up (Taurus) but you…just…can’t. Things take double the amount of work. Or you run into a wall. Here’s a tip; when faced with an opposition to Saturn, never attempt to plow straight through. The restrictions are there for a reason. Find another way around. Pay attention to where your energy is being refocused, and go that way.
The upside to this influence is that it teaches you resourcefulness and maturity. You figure out another way to make something work, or you dig a bit deeper. That’s evolved Taurus energy, coming through in the crunch. Taurus never gives up, but it can shift into a higher gear.
If you have planets between 4-8 degrees Taurus or Scorpio, you’ll be caught in this crunch.
Ruby slipper Astrology
monday april 29th- 
the first aspect of the day and week is exact at 7:49pm when venus in taurus contraparallels the north node in scorpio, creating an energetic opposition between our needs, desires and attachments and our path of growth, evolution and destiny. on sunday the 28th venus aligned with the south node by degree and today she does so by declination. pay close attention to the karmic patterns/tendencies/dramas playing out in your life during this 48 hour period. the pull towards old behaviors that are based on fear, attachment or needs for safety/security likely are at odds with our Soul's need for growth and evolution. seeing this is one thing but doing something differently is another. breaking free from karmic patterns in relationships, finances and self-worth is not easy- but it is worth it!


O Gliki Mou Ear - Vangelis & Irene Papas

The boy who sang to the world




Twenty years ago, Tom Kenyon was on his way to fame as a country singer in Nashville. But a car that burst into flames and intervention by a psychic led him to discover the power of his own voice to heal.
Since then, Tom has built a bridge across a complex divide, marrying spiritual traditions with modern science to become one of the most respected sound healers alive today.
  • Tom has spent years studying the effects of sound, music and language on the human brain and nervous system.
  • Unique among healers today, he draws upon this extensive research, his background in psychotherapy and shamanism to create sounds that heal conditions as daunting as cancer and paralysis.
  • His vocal range, nearly four octaves, is among the largest of any male singer in the world.
  • The film will immerse audiences in Tom’s healing and transformational soundscapes that blend esoteric spiritual traditions from around the world, including Hinduism, Tibetan Buddhism, Taoism, Egyptian high alchemy, and mystical Christianity. It will weave revealing personal interviews with exclusive footage of Tom’s sacred sound tonings filmed in beautiful international locations. Emphasizing Tom’s work on the return of the divine feminine, the film will be rich in the teachings that have attracted thousands of followers and students worldwide.
    The Boy Who Sang to the World is the first time Tom’s amazing alchemical journey will be seen and heard onscreen—an entertaining and often humorous story of magical realism, cows in Samadhi and the promise of human potential in the 21st century.