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Foot Chakra

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The Pathwork Healing Series
By Tom DeLiso / Hermes Trismegistus.

The Chakra Energy System functions as a conduit through which divine energy passes into the spiritual and physical body. Without these energy portals, you would cease to exist because all energy comes from the Universal Source and is not derived from your own being.

Traditionally there are seven major chakra. These seven energy portals rest at various points along the body: the base of the spine, the sexual, the solar plexus, the heart, the throat, the brow, and the crown (above the head). However, despite these Continue reading


The Seven Deadly Sins – Anger to Wrath

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Anger is both a passion and a movement of the will. As a passion it has a good purpose. In other words, God has given us anger as something holy; as something that can be virtuous. So for example, anger is used to overcome evil which assails us.

We then are angered upon persons, animals and things since they all from time to time cause us some kind of evil. Now, the sentiment of anger, which proceeds from the will, consists of a strong desire to repel and punish that which is being aggressive Continue reading

The Seven Deadly Sins – Gluttony

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Since the 6th century St. Benedict’s monasteries established Catholic culture on the ruins of the crumbling empires of paganism. St. Benedict gave his monks detailed instructions to lead a life that is centered around the celebrations of the sacred liturgy and based on the precepts of charity: his rule allows a life in the harmony of nature and grace. St. Benedict’s rule includes all aspects of the life as a monk, even instructions of what to eat, how much to eat, how often to eat and how to eat with guests – who had to be received as Christ Himself. Continue reading

The Veil of Envy

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By Sayyid Mujtaba Musavi Lari

An Enigmatic and Corrupt Desire!
Man lives in constant movement between waves of problems and miseries in this unstable life. He struggles to reduce the strain of hardships on his soul and body, so he may harvest the roses of hope, and manifest them in his life one by one. As long as man’s relationship with life is not amputated by the danger of death, and he sees a path to hope, he will always endeavor to achieve happiness. In conclusion, it is the light of hope that grants man life, and makes its bitterness sweet. Continue reading

The Seven Deadly Sins – Pride

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The seven capital sins are seven principal ways in which we sin. They are all not necessarily mortal sins but they are fountainheads of many other sins. The first and most important of them is the sin of pride. Every now and then you hear pride talked about in a sermon, but pride is like weeds in a garden: you can go out one day and take out all the weeds, but because they are so resilient, you go out a few days later and it looks as if you haven’t done any weed pulling. That’s why it’s so important for us to be reminded about this capital sin — pride. Continue reading

Modern Patala – The Seven Deadly Sins

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By SevenDeadlySins (edited)

In the Old Testament sin is set forth as an act of disobedience (Genesis 2:16-17; 3:11; Isaiah 1:2-4; Jeremiah 2:32); as an insult to God (Numbers 27:14); as something detested and punished by God (Genesis 3:14-19; Genesis 4:9-16); as injurious to the sinner (Tobit 12:10); to be expiated by penance (Psalm 1:19).
In the New Testament it is clearly taught in St. Paul that sin is a transgression of the law (Romans 2:23; 5:12-20); a servitude from which we are Continue reading

Earth as Heaven or Hell

by Swami Adiswarananda 

According to the Hindu Puranas, there are fourteen worlds in the universe – the seven upper and the seven lower. The seven upper worlds are Bhuh, Bhavah, Swah, Mahah, Janah. Tapah, and Satyam; and the seven nether worlds are Atala, Vitala, Sutala, Rasatala, Talatala, Mahatala, and Patala.

The region known as Bhuh is the earth where we dwell, while Swah is the celestial world to which people repair after death to enjoy the reward of their righteous actions on earth. Bhuvah is the region between the two. Janah, Tapah, and Continue reading

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