Intuition + Intention: 5 Steps to Create and not Just Predict Your Future

Premonition

There are some people who believe in Premonition – a clear vision or awareness of what lies ahead on your path before you physically get there is possible. Perhaps we have read about various prophecies in religious or spiritual books or biographies as made by various spiritual masters. Or we could have had a personal and direct experience of ESP through clairvoyant dreams or visions that tell us exactly what will occur in future and have directly verified it as true. Some of us have enjoyed astrology, tarot and other devices of fortune-telling and have been often surprised at the accuracy especially at the hands of a genuine psychic. Others who are disbelievers may not be open to any premonition yet or even afraid to experience the same, whether out of religious fear or scientific skepticism.

But for those of us who have had any experience close to a premonition, what does this phenomena tell us? Does it mean that our future is entirely ‘Predestined’ and if yes by whom – an outside person we call ‘God’ who is controlling our reality? Or does it tell us in advance what WE are manifesting or literally ‘making up’ in our dream called life through our own choices in each moment?

Could we have a higher ‘Self’ – a part of us that is awakened and existing beyond time-space that can see through the illusion of time and show us where our current timeline is going? Can this higher Self also help us alter our course or timeline to manifest a better life on earth or beyond? How can we awaken ourself and free our consciousness to higher levels of multi-dimensionality and spiritual ascension?

  1. Meditation: Find some time for yourself and detach from the humdrum of daily life for a few minutes to an hour a day by gently closing your eyes and breathing through your heart center. Feel peace and watch your thoughts fade away into inner silence for as long as you can. With time and dedicated practice you will get better over the months and years of meditation. This exercise helps us tune into our inner-self or consciousness which is beyond mind and body. As our we become increasingly aware of our consciousness we will be more awakened and reunited with the Higher Self beyond time-space. At later stages we might have prophetic and awakening messages and visions to accurately guide us ahead or upwards in our life.
  2. Higher Intentions: As per higher guidance or intuition we might get a sense of what feels right to us in our day to day life. Our higher Self when awakened will help us choose a direction that is best for us. This will help us hold only positive intentions regarding what we wish to manifest in our life. We might want to verbalize our intentions or write them down in the form of positive affirmations in the present tense as if those wonderful things are right now being experienced by us and not mere wishes or prayers. For example, “I am enjoying a state of phenomenal health and wellbeing right now”, “I am so grateful that only good things are happening to me and my loved ones from this point on”, “I live in a happy world where peace and kindness prevail in every heart.”
  3. Positive Emotions: Transforming our inner state from anger, hate, guilt or fear to unconditional love is a major part of self-actualization. A lot of meditation and mindfulness masters are self-realized with great wisdom and powerful minds. Emotional energy however is the key to actualizing or manifesting a better world because emotions have the capacity to condense or materialize our thoughts into real situations. Great healing is experienced as a result of wholesome and positive emotional shifts. Instead of merely making positive intentions, transforming our inner state of one that resonates or matches with the freqency of what we intend to manifest is most helpful.
  4. Healthy Behaviors: While peacefulness, positive thoughts and emotions are necessary in manifestation of a better future, they need to also translate into better actions in our day to day physicality. From ethical ways of eating, shopping, breathing, body-care, hygeine to the way we treat others and ourself, caring for our environment, animals, home and people in our life, there are many ways we can align with our higher Self. Conscious ways of living are helpful in ascension towards a more magical and heavenly reality. Our actions speak much louder than thoughts and words in order to bring us closer to manifesting what is good.
  5. Patient Receptivity: In our quest to achieve our goals, manifest a perfect life and a better world, it is quite possible we get restless, frustrated and upset at our every shortfall, or lose patience with others who do not seem to be in alignment with our deeper needs. Instead of succumbing to this pressure, we can stay aligned with positive emotional and mental vibrations of loving kindness so that we do not block our own path. We also need to be open and aware that our higher Self is indeed capable of helping us manifesting something that is even better than what we were intending originally and stay flexible to when, how and what exactly we will manifest our best. By relaxing and allowing ourself to transform our vibrations to positive energy we can flow more easily to the higher Self or God through an open heart.

Finally we can remember that higher Self or God is not really separate from us. Our innermost nature is pure Love and to stay aware and in alignment with who we really are is the real power or magic of manifestation.

Seven Links Between Religion and Veganism

We all have noticed phenomenal spiritual awakening in recent years, typically including a transformational shift to Vegan food in those people who meditate and develop inner love, compassion or connection with the universe. But did you know that even our ancient spiritual and religious traditions all over the world, including The Bible included Veganism?

  1. The Bible: In the first chapter, Genesis it is stated that God said (to humans), “I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seed in it. They will be yours for food. And to all the beasts of the earth and all the birds in the sky and all the creatures that move along the ground—everything that has the breath of life in it—I give every green plant for food.” And it was so.” This statement conveys a belief that in the beginning of creation, God had intended us to consume plants for food because plants are designed in such a way that they regrow and are not killed when eaten. It is only later after we ‘fell asleep’ that humans indulged in animal farming, rituals of animal sacrifices and meat consumption as noted in the Bible and in our world, although these would go against the Biblical commandment of ‘Thou Shalt Not Kill’ . Our awakening therefore is likely to involve a return to compassion and veganism as per the original divine plan.bible
  2. Vedas: The concept of Ahimsa as per ancient Vedic precepts includes ‘Non Harming’. According to Atharvaveda which predates The Bible by thousands of years, “Ahimsa is not causing pain to any living being at any time through the actions of one’s mind, speech or body.” Thus ‘himsa’ or harm includes harming any being not only physically but also mentally through negative thoughts or words. This greatly expands our concept of ‘Ahimsa’ to include not only Veganism but also purity of mind and speech by acknowledging the magical power in our thoughts and words. Practices of animal sacrifices as part of religion seem to divert from or contradict the ancient teachings of ahimsa.The-Four-vedas-of-Hinduism-Rig-Veda-Sama-Veda-yajur-Veda-and-Atharva-Veda
  3. Taoism: According to ancient Chinese texts from 5th century, the first of precepts or guideline from the Lord includes, abstaining from killing. “The precept against killing is: All living beings, including all kinds of animals, and those as small as insects, worms, and so forth, are containers of the uncreated energy, thus one should not kill any of them.” In modern China there are few animal welfare laws and killing of several varieties of animals and even eating some of them alive has been a social norm in stark contrast to their ancient spiritual guidelines.tao
  4. Buddhism: As described by Buddha in the Pali-Canon (said to be the words of Buddha), “There is the case where a certain person, abandoning the taking of life, abstains from the taking of life. He dwells with his rod laid down, his knife laid down, scrupulous, merciful, compassionate for the welfare of all living beings.” As such the first precept of Buddhism has been stated as “to abstain from killing”. Not all Buddhists abstain from meat as some have been initiates in the older Bhikku traditions where they accepted whatever food was offered to them, however the first precept of Buddhism remains central to most of its followers who believe in vegatarianism.buddha
  5. Hinduism: The Bhagvat Gita which is based on the words of Krishna (avatar or incarnation of Vishnu or God) when he displayed his infinite-form mentions ‘Ahimsa’ or non-violence as one of the qualities of divine beings. Although Krishna speaks several thousand years B.C. at the battlefield of Mahabharata which is full of violence and killing, the virtues of non-violence is still stated as one of the highest of all. In Maha-bharata “He who desires to augment his own flesh by eating the flesh of other creatures, lives in misery in whatever species he may take his [next] birth.” The Hindu word ‘Karma’ is all about our actions, both mental and physical, and each action leads to a re-action leading us into entanglement with the world-process wherein we would keep receiving the result of our deeds. To free ourself from the bondage of karma is the path of salvation and it begins from being as harmless as possible, thus reducing the negative karmic cycles that cause us suffering in life and afterlife.Bhagavad-Gita
  6. Manu-Samhita: According to the ancient Indian text of the ‘laws of Manu’ or the first man who survived the ‘great flood’ in an ark as guided by a prophetic fish (incarnation or avatar of Vishnu or God), much like the Biblical Noah but dated hundreds of years B.C, “He who does not seek to cause the sufferings of bonds and death to living creatures, but desires the good of all, obtains endless bliss. He who does not injure any creature attains without an effort what he thinks of, what he undertakes, and what he fixes his mind on.” It also states that , “Meat can never be obtained without injury to living creatures, and injury to sentient beings is detrimental to the attainment of heavenly bliss.” Furthermore, “He who permits the slaughter of an animal, he who cuts it up, he who kills it, he who buys or sells meat, he who cooks it, he who serves it up, and he who eats it, must all be considered as the slayers of the animal.”manu.jpg
  7. Jainism: One of the most clear of all teachings of Ahimsa or non-violence is from Mahavira (appx 500 BC) who stated “Kill not, cause no pain. Nonviolence is the greatest religion.” Instead of rites and rituals, Jain teachings focus on cultivation of inner peace and non-violence as the path to liberation from the illusory cycles of life and death or rebirth. Meditation and vegetarian diet are the main practices of this ancient spiritual path.Ahinsa_Parmo_Dharm

Regardless of the teachings of ancient religions, we all know today that a plant based diet is a much more harmless alternative to animal meat and is well within our reach unlike the cave-men of the past who relied upon hunting. It is quite possible for us to consciously choose a diet that does not involve killing by training ourself to enjoy fruit and vegetable based foods that are organically grown, free of harmful pesticides and great for our health.

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Eradicating FGM – the Barbaric Practice Against Women

Did you know that in some religions and cultures, even to this day, it is believed that women must be controlled and should not be allowed to have the ‘sin’ of sexual pleasure and therefore their genitals must be cut off brutally even as they are little girls, from infants to those aged 6 or even 14, through deciet as betrayal at the pretext of being taken out for a chocolates or movies?

6 of February was declared by the UN as the International Day of Zero Tolerance to FGM or Female Genital Mutilation.

FGM is often done with razors of knifes without anaesthesia and under unhygenic conditions sometimes leading to excessive bleeding and danger to life. While the horrors of this practice is unimaginable to many of us, according to UN, globally, it is estimated that at least 200 million girls and women alive today have undergone some form of FGM. While the countries where it is practiced in almost every family include African nations (even though it has been banned in many), the practice is prevalent in many countries including India that has no laws against it and where Dawoodi Bohra muslims are known to carry out this atrocity against their own daughters and also in UK where it has been banned but still secretly followed by some communities so that there is one case of FGM reported every hour in the UK.

The justification of this heinous crime comes from religious authorities who have promoted this practice as a tradition and it is often mothers who have been responsible to have this performed on their own daughters in keeping with the tradition. The physical damage and psychological trauma imposed upon young girls is a form of an extreme abuse of women and children.

Indian women who have been victims of this inhumane practice have come together to petition against this practice and to urge Indian government to criminalize it. You can sign this Petition to make FGM illegal in India HERE

 

Solfeggio: The Miraculous Healing Frequencies of Music

The healing effects of music require no second guessing. Listening to relaxing instrumental music can instantly make us feel better and as per scientific research even reduce the effects of illness and dysfuncions including autism, depression, Parkinsons disease and cancer.

We all know about the seven notes of music – Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So, La, Ti that correspond with the 7 tones of C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C used throughout the world. Originating from sacred Gregorian chants these were originally denoted as Ut, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si  most notably as per the ‘Great Hymn’ connected to St. John the Baptist that goes as: Ut queant laxis, Resonare fibris, Mira gestorum, Famuli tuorum, Solve polluti, Labii reatum, Sancte Joannes ( translates to “So that Your servants may sing at the top of their voices the wonders of Your acts, and absolve the fault from their stained lips”).

utremiBy using the first syllables of Sol-Fa kind, the name SolFeggio is now popularised as the healing tones or frequencies for mind, body and spirit. If we trace the origins of these syllable tones we also find thousands of years old ‘bija mantras’ including those of the seven chakras as per yogic traditions of ancient India that are in close correspondence with the Solfeggio frequencies.

396 hz: Ut queant laxis (It relaxes). This frequency connects with Muladhara or Root chakra and the seed vibration or bija mantra of ‘Lam’ and the colour Red which denotes security, feeling safe, at ease as we let go of all anxiety to ‘be’.

417 hz: Resonare fibris (Vibrate in our fibre). This frequency raises our kundalini through the Svadhishtana or Sacral chakra of passion and sensuality and the seed vibration or bija mantra of ‘Vam’ and the colour Orange to energize us.

528 hz: Mira gestoram (Make Miracles). This frequency helps us manifest our choices magically through our sacred will power or the Manipura or Solar chakra and the seed vibration or bija mantra ‘Ram’ and the colour Yellow to help our light shine.

639 hz: Famuli tuorum (Be of Service).  This frequency helps open our heart to give unconditionally through service to God by serving the universe with the help of the Anhata or Heart chakra and the seed vibration or bija mantra ‘Yam’ and the colour Green to help expand our compassion.

741 hz: Solve polluti (Cleanse impurities). This frequency helps in clearing any negativity or misunderstandings through truthful communication with the help of Vishudda or Throat chakra and the seed vibration of bija mantra ‘Ham’ and the colour Blue to help in pure expression.

852 hz: Labii reatum (Silence the lips). This is the frequency of quiet concentration to help us listen and see from within with the help of our Agya chakra or Third Eye and the seed vibration or bija mantra ‘Sham’ and the colour Indigo for intuition and psychic skills.

963 hz: Sancte Iohannes (Sacred Spirit). This frequency stands for God or Divinity and the Holy Spirit that is within all beings to be channeled through the Sahasrara or Crown chakra and the seed vibration or bija mantra ‘Om’ and the colour Violet for spiritual awakening.

In addition we also have frequencies 285 hz corresponsing to the Earth Star chakra that helps us to ‘Ground’ or connect with the solid world, while the frequency 174 hz corresponds to the Soul Star Chakra that helps us ‘Return’ to the Source or our spiritual home of pure light as we come a full circle.

Solfeggio_9frecuenciasThe legendary physicist Nikola Tesla, who pioneered breathroughs in energy generation once said ‘If you only knew the magnificience of 3, 6 and 9, you would have the key to the universe.’  As you can see the Solfeggio frequencies are listed from 396 hz with each numeric digit raised to the next one for all seven frequencies until we reach 963 hz.

The best part is that you can simply listen to these tones on your earphones or play them in the background even as you sleep for deep and powerful healing.

 

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