Most tests or quizzes on the internet are completely inaccurate, or just a silly thing we do for fun. So many quizzes claim to be able to understand your personality with only a few clicks. Most of us know these are usually a waste of time if you’re really looking for accurate results.
A friend recently brought this test back to my attention, after I had found it years ago. What makes this test different is its thoroughness and actual accuracy in its results. Throughout many questions, it gathers which chakras are closed or open based on how you act in the physical. Chakra’s represent different aspects in our life that are emotional, mental and physical.
It is as simple as, if you’re struggling with your root chakra, this can mean you’re struggling financially or the environment you’re in isn’t supportive.
If your sacral chakra is closed, you may feel suppressed sexually or distant from your emotions, as it is your emotional center.
If your solar plexus is closed, this can be a representation of your willpower and confidence. If you’re struggling with your self image, confidence or aspect of your ego, this can be in relation to your solar plexus. Continue reading
Everything in this universe is fundamentally made up of energetic vibrations. These waves of patterns constantly shift and interact with each other, which manifests physically in different ways. If you are sick, it means that somewhere in your body the interaction between energetic patterns is out of balance.
That frequency does not resonate with the rest of your body. The result is a disruption; it is literally a dis-ease in your body.
Compare your body to a piano. If all the strings (frequencies) in the piano (the body) are well tuned, a well practiced pianist can produce the most beautiful harmonious sound of music. When we alter this piano by loosening or tightening some of the strings and ask the same pianist to play the same music, you won’t get a harmonious symphony.
The same is true for the human body. There may be a single or multiple ‘strings’ (frequencies) that need to be shifted.
Royal Rife (1888 – 1971) was like a ‘piano tuner’ for the human body. In 1920 Rife built his first virus microscope. By the year 1933 he had developed a universal microscope which was so extremely complex, it had over 6000 parts to it. With this development he was able to enlarge viruses up to 60,000 times. This gave him the opportunity to study and monitor them. Continue reading
In the mysterious category of conspiracy theories, we find an array of concepts – anything from the flat Earth to Bigfoot. We are immersed in so many different stories, theories or “facts”, that many people choose to not believe in any of it. A large variety of unique instances are all clumped together and invalided with the title of a “conspiracy theory”.
It’s hard to keep track of what is real and what is illusion in this reality.
When does a subject step over that threshold of becoming a widely known as a fact, rather than a theory? When large amounts of people are still relying on the 6 o’clock news, not anytime soon.
This article, like many others out there, is here to take this phenomenon off the shelf of conspiracy. As one of the most controversial “theories” out there, why are we so quick to shut down discussion on this topic?
There is a difference in low flying planes that leave long-lasting trails, eventually dissipating into a haze covering the entire sky. The compounds that make up a substance that’s able to coat an entire sky, is not just water vapor.
The soil in highly sprayed places contain anything from, barium, nano-aluminum-coated fiberglass, radioactive thorium, cadmium, chromium, nickel and so much more. Continue reading
“The Gadhimai Temple Trust hereby declares our formal decision to end animal sacrifice. With your help, we can ensure Gadhimai 2019 is free from bloodshed. Moreover, we can ensure Gadhimai 2019 is a momentous celebration of life … For every life taken, our heart is heavy. The time has come to transform an old tradition.”
occurring every 5 years over the last 300 years, the Gadhimai Festival has been a bloodbath of torture and sacrifice. Thousands of water buffalo, chickens among other animals will no longer face the cruel practice of beheading, throat slitting and bludgeoning all in the name of tradition.
Being nothing small in feat, the extraordinary efforts of the Humane Society International/India, Animal Welfare Network Nepal, and countless animal protection groups and individuals around the world are the reason these animals are now shown a kindness not felt in years.
There is still much to do regarding constant education and enlightenment leading up to the next festival, one where the animals will be celebrated for their life, not their death. The Gadhimai Temple Trust is most certainly to thank for their continuing efforts to remind those who are unaware that our greatest power above all is humanity.
Exploding all over social media, a long running campaign has been waged on behalf of victims of the festival. This is the benchmark for many. Proving that there is a movement towards a more humane world. People are changing, becoming kinder. Continue reading
Time is one of those key spiritual concepts that you realize early on in your journey is important, but it takes time (sic?), repetition and peeling back layers to understand.
So how do you understand time as a dimension – and why is it even important to understand it?
One of the very first lessons you learn about time on your journey is that time is relative – if you’re having a blast, time tends to fly by, and when you’re miserable and don’t want to be somewhere, time can tend to drag.
Eventually this concept of relativity actually becomes a tool that you can play with: you learn to slow down time to get more done or you go into time slips, where time seems to disappear and you just seemed to race forward to a point in time that you want to be at – instant manifestation.
At first these experiences happen quite unconsciously, but after a while you begin to recognize the patterns, and eventually you learn how to trigger and interrupt these patterns.
Why does it matter?
As you play with time and any of the big concepts more and more, eventually you begin to think about them in a different way, seeing them in a whole new light.
This understanding of fundamental concepts contributes to your big picture understanding of the world, helping you to eventually put together the whole big picture of spirituality and how it fits into our lives.
The more you understand how it works, the easier it is to work the system and use it to improve your day-to-day life. Continue reading
For some, reading people accurately is a gift they already possess. For others, it is something that needs a fair amount of fine-tuning. Several factors contribute to our perception of others, and knowing the cause for our distorted readings, will undoubtedly assist in making them more precise in the future.
Emotional intelligence is something which we grew up learning to strengthen, or to stunt. If you were told not to cry as a child, or taught to negate your own emotions with responses like “I’m fine,” you are prone to be less receptive to others’ emotional state than someone who grew up discussing their feelings.
David Caruso, PhD, a well-known psychologist, Assistant to the Dean at Yale University, and co-author of the Mayer, Salovey, Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test, says being taught to hide the very thing which makes us human can have disastrous effects later-on in our adult life.
The things we consider day-to-day activities can also affect our ability to accurately read others. A recent study published in Computers in Human Behavior explains what happens when we remove screen-based media and communication devices from our lives and replace them with physical, and personal connections instead: Continue reading