("La source de Maafa dans les Aurès en Algérie" by Unknown Photographer)
« The Dam » is a 22-minute long suite in 8 movements that uses the metaphor of water flowing from source to ocean to illustrate the process that we affectionately refer to as life.
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It is time to release things physically, emotionally, mentally and make room for bringing the spiritual aspect into each of these realms. By freeing up energy, it makes room for the new to enter. Try different ventures and experiences, as this is how you grow.
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The first name was given....could you please write the full name used here on iPeace?
Who got the details and how did that person inform you?
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The Lepufology Project is the story of Jack Babbitt, regarded as one of the world’s most trustworthy investigators of the paranormal,…Continue
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Angel wisdom reminds you that it is important to think about what you want, not what you don't want. Guard your thoughts as these are the very thoughts that are creating your current and future experiences. Our thoughts always have an effect,… Continue
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When you have strong emotions about a situation and you feel upset or misunderstood or even used. This message comes to you as a pathway to peace by asking you to consider others' point of view. You don't need to agree with others; you are simply being asked to understand their motivations and to have… Continue
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Regardless of the label people put on you (senior, baby-boomer, retired person), regardless of the number of birthdays you've celebrated, you are still here. And as long as you are here, you are not there, and as long as you are not there, it means God still has a purpose for you here.
When Jesus was on the cross, the last thing He said was, "It is finished." After He made… Continue
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Ponder your dreams, and spend some time deciding and doing something that brings that dream closer to your physical world. Spend some time outside walking in nature, even if it is raining, take a dog for a walk, (there is always a local shelter),… Continue
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It is easy, given our cultural framework, to imagine spiritual learning as analogous to education - that spiritual learning is an accumulation. The idea we have is that one must keep learning, keep reading, keep listening to teachers, keep doing yoga in order to "advance." However, in truth, spiritual learning is nothing more than learning to be fully who you are. There is no "better" as you grow older and have more experience. There is simply more of who you…
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I read the The Tibetan Book of the Dead twice. I started with a French…Continue
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When you feel serene, you are your own person, you are standing firmly in your powerfulness. You become like a calm, clear lake - beautiful and ever so peaceful to be in the energy of. This quiet radiance brings hope and support to those who come into your aura, as all are calmed by you.… Continue
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