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  • Pranic Roger 9:13 pm on September 7, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: aura, certainty, , change, energy centers, happiness, inner peace, joy, MCKS, , , self-healing, serenity, subtle bodies, suffering, transformation   

    What is happiness, joy, inner peace? 

    What is happiness and joy? Where does it reside? Can it be purchased like fuel for your car?

    Can you store it in your body for future times when you may be experiencing a difficult time?

    What does it feel like to be happy and joyful? What do we want to do when we are experiencing this inner reality?
    These are all questions which form the basis for this blog. I will attempt to formulate answers to these above questions with sensitivity.

    Aristotle stated happiness this way: ‘Any element which comprises happiness must be attainable by all of humanity‘.

    And yet he included elements which were based on accumulation over a lifetime and which were only afforded to free men: health, wealth, and honour. Greek society equated happiness with physical accumulation. There was no concept of universal equality amongst humans as demonstrated by their treatment of slaves and women treated as chattel or possessions. Happiness only belonged to virtuous  ‘freemen’. And the morality and virtue of Greek elites is no model for a  contemporary cooperative post- modern society.

    Universal happiness and joy can be described two ways: as an absence of suffering and pain comprising its absence,  and as the presence of inner peace and serenity expressed positively as love and kindness.

    The achievement of inner peace and serenity is realized by removing the mental and emotional clutter or impediments which prevents the inner space from being still. This emotional and mental clutter is composed of mental forms such as thoughts, thought forms and when an emotion or craving is attached to a thought the result is a thought entity. These thought entities actually have energetic substance and affect our mental state, emotional state, speech, and actions.

    Happiness and joy resides in the aura and in the heart chakra. Activating the heart chakra through meditation on the heart and its qualities increases the inner stillness and motivation to perform acts of service: increasing the person’s goodwill and the will to do good.

    The heart chakra is connected with the subtle energy body or aura through invisible energetic connections between the subtle energy body and the physical, mental, and emotional bodies.

    It may sound strange to hear that we have four bodies: physical, emotional, mental, and energetic or spiritual. The reality is that our physical body is integrated with our mind, our emotions, and our soul.

    The only body which we can see is the physical body, however, it is possible through pranic healing scanning to feel the energetic body. This modern pranic healing method, developed by Grand Master Choa Kok Sui, makes it possible for everyone, who wants to, to learn how to scan, cleanse, and energize their personal body and perform self-healing. These techniques also prepare the pranic healing student to heal others.

    Prana or life-force resides in our aura or energetic body and interacts with our other three bodies.  It is not important to understand the mechanism by which these bodies interact in order to achieve healing results. Prana doesn’t need to be purchased and it is abundantly available around us in the suns’ energy and in the air and ground and in every living being on earth. The planet is a reservoir of prana.

    The practice of pranic healing allows the practitioner to firstly cleanse one’s personal  aura and energy centers or chakras through meditation. The meditation which has been developed by MCKS is the twin hearts meditation, also called ‘Planetary Peace Meditation’. The twin hearts are the physical heart and the crown. http://www.ppmaudiostream.org

    Divine or spiritual energy enters the human body and aura through the crown chakra which is situated at the top of the head. Prana or life-force energy can be absorbed and passed through the body by mindfulness of the energetic force which surrounds us and which is connected to the spiritual plane of  being. Prana has cleansing qualities and energizing qualities. Our body can be compared to a component in a circuit with the spiritual plane above us contacting us through our crown chakra with the energy going through our body, contacting our eleven major chakras, and then continuing down through our base chakra into the ground through our grounding cord. By driving prana through this circuit we are able to join the pure divine spiritual energies through our upper chakras and connect with the kundalini energy of the lower chakras which are connected to Mother Earth. In this way the incarnated soul is able to control the wild emotions and thoughts which can be strongly influenced by the kundalini energy source.

    Happiness and joy reside in our energy body and in our emotional, mental and physical bodies.

    When the heart, ajna, and crown chakras are connected with the ‘higher soul’ which is the source of all happiness and  inner peace the lower emotional body can be brought under control of the mind, which is a tool of the soul. As Grand Master would say: ‘the computer user is not the computer’.

    When we realize that we are not the body, not the mind, not the thoughts or the emotions, that we are principally the ‘soul’, then we can control our emotions and thoughts and sustain inner peace, happiness and joy.

    There are however ways to increase our inner peace, happiness, and joy, and that is by giving it away.

    Giving love and happiness to others through acts of unconditional service is the quickest and purest way to increase our own inner peace and happiness reservoir.

    By decreasing our own inner suffering and filling our reservoir with joy and happiness we can then share it with others whose reservoir is empty and whose suffering doesn’t allow them to be open to the love which is given. A reservoir which is filled with suffering makes no room for adding any joy or happiness. One must first remove the suffering to make space for love and inner peace.

    By forgiving those who have hurt us, by offering to make amends to those whom we’ve hurt, we can begin to open our heart reservoir to receive the offerings of love, inner peace, stillness, happiness and joy which are available to all.

    Learning the nature of suffering also is a pre-requisite for becoming an open channel for love and inner peace. Suffering is composed of self-absorption, ignorance, and attachment to cravings and desires which are not wholesome. Right thought, right speech, right action. This makes up the trinity of Buddhist philosophy.

    Acceptance and detachment are the tools for obtaining the trinity and for sustaining our inner peace and for transforming ourselves and those whom we touch with our practice.

    Change is one of the five certainties, along with illness, aging, grieving, and dying.

     
  • Pranic Roger 8:07 am on August 19, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: importance, meaning, meaningfulness, mindfulness, significance   

    What’s important?  Blog by Roger Fontain… 

    What’s important?  Blog by Roger Fontaine Aug.2010

    Meaning

    Meaningfulness

    To whom ?

    Within which paradigm?

    Hopefully one that we share

    Otherwise meaning is lost.

    Significance, influencing our reality

    Significant to whom?

    Importance

    Creating direction and choices

    Community

    Necessary connections for actualization

    Mindfulness

    Awareness of our breathing

    Awareness of the cycles of inhalation and exhalation; giving and receiving;

    Fullness-emptiness

    Historical reality or Ultimate reality

    Shared and common values shape our vision and guide our actions

    Molded by our wisdom and clarity we act illuminated

    Transcending differences and prejudices

    We stop  discriminating

    We accept and we detach

    Otherwise we drown in each others’ ignorance and suffering.

     
  • Pranic Roger 8:33 pm on January 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: childhood, identity, innerchild, needs, security, self-image   

    The need to be seen and heard 

    As I reviewed my ‘classmates.com’ guestbook to see who had been over to visit my profile I was struck by the names I found there.

    Some were from former classmates to whom I’d sent invitations to our 40th alumni gathering a year ago and was still waiting for a return acknowledgement that they had received my ‘letter’ and replied as to whether they were or not interested in attending, or whatever piece of important or trivial information they may have wanted to share.

    But share they did not. Reply they did not.

    And so it made me think of basic needs: that of being seen and being heard; and what did their not replying to my invitation make me feel.

    At first I thought : how rude! To not reply to my invitation. How were they socialized? Where is their sense of etiquette? and on and on.

    Then I realized that their choice not to reply had triggered in me some feelings of abandonment which were easily rekindled inside of my soul and heart.

    It’s interesting how our thoughts are linked to our emotional memories in our heart space and affect how we think about ourselves and how we view ourselves as either confident and capable or insecure about our identity and what face we show to the outside world.

    Then I’m visited by those classmates from other grades and other years of graduation and I think: oh how nice, people I don’t even know are interested in my profile, if only to view my home page.

    The funny thing is that of the over 200 contacts to my profile since I signed on to Classmates.com approx. a year ago there have only been a handful of classmates who’ve taken the time to leave a note or share something about their lives. I find that interesting. How we are afraid to reach out, to make new connections, to risk sharing a piece of ourselves without fear of being rejected or diminished somehow.

    We need to be seen and heard. This is something we find out when we’re ‘0’ zero  to  2 years old. And how we are seen or heard, ignored or assuaged has determined how we see the world around us as either safe or dangerous, secure or insecure. Our sense of safety and security is bound to those early years of experience and memories. Can we detach from those bonds? Are they permanent? I think not.

    When I touch those memories of not being heard or seen as a child I now can re-assure my ‘innerchild’ that I deeply love and accept myself and that’s all I need. I’ve learned to look after my early childhood needs which weren’t looked after as well as I would like to remember.

    Blessings,

    Namaste

     
  • Pranic Roger 7:00 pm on August 28, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Hugging Meditation When we hug, our hea… 

    Hugging Meditation (talen from Plum Village Buddhist Practice)

    When we hug, our hearts connect and we know that we are not separate beings. Hugging with mindfulness and concentration can bring reconciliation, healing, understanding, and much happiness. The practice of mindful hugging has helped so many to reconcile with each other- fathers and sons, mothers and daughters, friends and friends, and so many others.
    We may practice hugging meditation with a friend, our daughter, our father, our partner or even with a tree. To practice, we first bow and recognize the presence of each other. Then we can enjoy three deep conscious breaths to bring ourselves fully there. We then may open your arms and begin hugging. Holding each other for three in-and-out breaths. With the first breath, we are aware that we are present in this very moment and we are happy. With the second breath, we are aware that the other is present in this moment and we are happy as well. With the third breath, we are aware that we are here together, right now on this earth, and we feel deep gratitude and happiness for our togetherness. We then may release the other person and bow to each other to show our thanks.

    When we hug in such a way, the other person becomes real and alive. We do not need to wait until one of us is ready to depart for a trip, we may hug right now and receive the warmth and stability of our friend in the present moment. Hugging can be a deep practice of reconciliation. During the silent hugging, the message can come out very clear: “Darling, you are precious to me. I am sorry I have not been mindful and considerate. I have made mistakes. Allow me to begin anew. I Promise.”

     
  • Pranic Roger 12:32 am on January 11, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Are there any absolute truths? part 3 

    The Buddha would say that “there is no absolute truth”, that one must be ready to replace one’s knowledge with another when the older knowledge no longer answers all situations. That there is always a relative truth even in every falsehood, but one need not get caught up in concepts. The answers lie beyond concepts, ideas, words, and syllogisms, or dualism. Absolute/relative.
    In the saying: I am not my mind, not my body, I am my soul: I am placing my existence beyond the need for absolutes or answers.
    Being that there is no beginning or end in the greatness of the Divine Presence and Essence, ‘I’ cannot speak of the greatness of the ‘All’  but mentally, can only understand God in relative terms to time and space in which my body is confined. My soul will on the astral plane know the ‘Essence’ by being one with it and within it. In meditation I sometimes get a glimpse of a portion of the being ‘part of the All’. The All cannot exist without the “elements which compose it”. And the “one’ is part of the ‘All.’
    Again a dualism. There’s no escaping it.!
    If it takes a million incarnations for a single crystal to become a human soul then it may have taken a tetrazillion incarnations for the ‘Eternal Energy’ to manifest itself as ‘matter’. And how much longer before all matter is transformed back into energy? perhaps that is not the goal.
    Our physical universe is greater than the human mind can comprehend. How much greater is the ‘spiritual’ universe?
    No one understands how the universe is ‘uncontained’. Yet that is an assumption which we accept. That the universe has no bounds.
    how can we expect to understand that the spirit or soul can be ‘contained’ within this physical universe once it is released from the physical body at ‘death’?
    It makes me think of the mental limitations which early European thinking had when perceiving that the world was flat, because they couldn’t visualize beyond their limited line of sight. How far have we come to now think that the physical universe is limitless.
    Humanity is only beginning to understand the relationships of matter to energy in our universe.
    The guru who have travelled from the astral plane to our physical plane seem to be the only ones who can speak to the ‘nature’ of God.
    The Christ consciousness, the Buddha nature, two aspects of the path to eternity. To liberation. To freedom.
    Do we want to be freed from suffering? yes. surely.

     
  • Pranic Roger 7:07 pm on January 6, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , backsliding, , recovery, values   

    “No backsliding allowed” 

    “No backsliding allowed”

    By Roger Fontaine June07

     

    As I look back over the fateful years

     

    To the time of a life-giving choice

     

    It chokes me up but I release the tears

     

    And from my soul I find my voice;

     

    Chorus:

     I know that love’s the key and I feel it’s healing grace

     

    I changed my past into a life that I could wear with pride,

     

    Gently with courageous strokes I painted a truer face

     

    And I know it’s here to stay, no backsliding allowed (bis)

     

    Verse:

    At first it was impossible but with courage it appeared

     

    Quickly life began to grow and took away my fears

     

    At first I couldn’t take a step without somebody’s help

     

    But as I built self-love I learned to trust the voice within;

    (Chorus)

     

    I stand to fight the enemy for old habits never die

     

    The man which once dragged me down has since been laid to rest

     

    The ways of old were given me and I chose to set them free

     

    Not on my sons’ or daughters’ lives will violence succeed

    (Chorus)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
  • Pranic Roger 6:49 am on December 28, 2008 Permalink | Reply  

    Are there any absolute truths- part 2 

    Out in space where energy resides

    The black hole attracts to it all  substance

    And ,without recourse or talent, matter  collides

    Dissolving and resolving back into its energy  nature.

    Identities lost, DNA jumbled, spiritual essences dispersed

    Power and knowledge insignificant relics of civilizations past.

    Solutions and options land on deaf ears  in a universe without sound

    When the tree falls there is no one left  in this universe  to hear it’s crash.

     
  • Pranic Roger 2:56 am on December 28, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: absolute, , dualism, emptiness, freedom, fullness, , material, matter, relative, , spiritual freedom,   

    Are there any absolute truths? 

    Are there any absolute truths?

    By Roger R. Fontaine, dec.08

     

    AND DARKNESS BECAME PREGNANT WITH THE SEED OF LIGHT

    AND BY THE ACTION OF THOUGHT, ENERGY BECAME MATTER

    AND BY THE POWER OF DESIRE EVERY BEING WAS CREATED

    WITH FIRE AND AIR CONDENSING INTO WATER AND EARTH

    THE BREATH OF LIFE WAS BLOWN INTO ALL OF CREATION

    AND THE WHEEL OF SPACE AND TIME ENTERED CONSCIOUSNESS

    THE ETERNAL BECAME MORTAL AS SPIRIT JOINED WITH FLESH

    AND BY THE PROPULSION OF DESIRE SPACE WAS INHABITED.

     

    THE CIRCLE OF BIRTH AND DEATH BEGAN TO TURN

    THE POWER WHICH SET THE CIRCLE IN MOTION

    WILL DECIDE WHETHER OR WHEN THE CIRCLE MAY STOP

    THE DELUSION OF DUALISM LIMITS OUR UNDERSTANDING

    LIMITS OUR ABILITY TO DECIPHER THE ORIGIN OF ‘ALL’

    BECAUSE WITHOUT BEGINNING OR END   THERE CAN ONLY BE TRANSFORMATION

    THAT EVENTUALLY ALL IS CONSUMED WITHIN THE CYCLE OF BEING

    THE ONLY ETERNAL CERTAINTY IS ‘CHANGE ‘IN TIME AND SPACE

    OUR GOD OF TRANSFORMATION IS THE AGENT OF MOTION

    NOTHING STANDS STILL WHILE THE UNIVERSE   IS TURNING

    ITS MOTION IS ASSURED AS CERTAIN AS DEATH FOLLOWS BIRTH

    ETERNITY CAN ONLY BE ACHIEVED BY SURPASSING THE TEMPORAL

    THE PORTAL OF TIME AND SPACE HAS TO BE PENETRATED

    TO REACH THE BEYOND WHERE WE ARE FREE OF THE MORTAL  AND TEMPORAL SPIN.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CAN SPIRIT ACHIEVE EXISTENCE BEYOND TIME?

    CAN SPIRIT EXIST BEYOND THE CONFINES OF SPACE?

    IF SPIRIT EXISTS  BEYOND SPACE THEN IT IS NOT DEFINED BY IT

    IF SPIRIT CAN EXIST BEYOND TIME THEN IT NOT DEFINED BY TIME

    SO SPIRIT EXISTS WITHIN AND WITHOUT SPACE AND TIME

    WHILE IT INHABITS MATTER IT IS CONFINED AND LIMITED

    WHEN IT IS RELEASED IT FINDS ITS ETERNAL FREEDOM

    IT IS ONLY BY INHABITING MATTER THAT SPIRIT IS LIMITED

    AND BY BEING RELEASED THAT IT FINDS ITS ETERNAL BEING

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

                   

     

     

     

     

     
  • Pranic Roger 9:12 pm on December 25, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: buddhism, christianity, , hell, knowledge, , power,   

    In the beginning there was darkness 

    In the beginning  there was darkness, and the darkness was cloaked with fear , doubt, and superstition.

    The first  concept of darkness is that of ‘absence of light’.  In the dark one cannot see therefore one cannot know truth from falsehood. In the dark is absence of knowing, of knowledge. Without knowledge there is insecurity, and by consequence political instability. The thirst for knowledge and power is integral to the human desire for  security, stability, and self-worth.

    Beliefs were transmitted within the family and community by figures of authority and power. The power was held by the kings, emperors, and high priests. Knowledge was power and 95% of the population was illiterate and had no way of verifying knowledge as being true or false. The masses were controlled by being kept in ‘darkness’. Schools were reserved for the nobility and their offspring  and the teachings were those which were prescribed by the high priests and scholars. There was no room in society for marginal thinking which threatened the existing powers. Individuals like Copernicus and Galileo, or Luther,  were seen as threats and were imprisoned and their teachings and beliefs were prevented from circulation. Their books were burnt and pronounced as heretical. There existed only one absolute truth: that one espoused by the Church and its officers. The Church controlled the nobility, the military and the police and maintained a repressive control over the  masses.

     

    This is the second concept of darkness : absence of knowledge, or ignorance. From ignorance spawns doubt, fear, and superstition.  Without knowledge of something the imagination allows the mind to entertain beliefs which have no basis in fact or truth.

    The monopolization of knowledge and the greedy hoarding of science from the masses prolonged the historical extension of the ‘Dark Ages’. The Catholic Church was principal in this endeavor.  All challengers to the existing religious practices of ecclesiastical usury and corrupt exploitation of the masses’ignorance were imprisoned, tortured, and /or killed.  It took the incomparable strength of character and obstinate intuitive sense of truth within Martin Luther to stand against this oppressive power which was the Church in his time. It gave advent to the birth of the Protestant reformation. As brutal  as the Catholics and their Inquisition the Lutherans  also hacked and killed those who had oppressed them and their ancestors with torture and misery.

    History seems to be a cyclical battle between oppressors and oppressed for the ownership and control of power, wealth, and cynicism.

    Since the modern evolution of the human brain with the advent of “Homo Sapiens”, man has been able to fashion tools and modes of production which has advanced  the species  and removed  the  causes of suffering which plagued humanity for millennium: the scarcity of resources, food, shelter, and gadgets to make life more enjoyable. Humanity has developed the ability to remove from man’s daily suffering the anxiety and uncertainties which beset him or her every day of their lives.  Yet amidst all this knowledge and science there still persists the darkness, the suffering, both physical , mental, emotional, and spiritual.

    The Christian ideologues  developed its new ‘Testament’ from the Jewish tradition , the ‘Old Testament’, and transformed the perception of God  from  that of a ‘intolerant’, ‘punitive’, ‘judging’  figure into  the perception of a ‘compassionate’, ‘loving’, ‘forgiving’ figure. Both the Jews and Christians created God into a human image, giving God human attributes to describe the relationship between God and Humanity. How else could God be explained and understood by illiterate masses.
    It is not until the advent of the printing press and the Guttenberg Bible in the fourteenth century AD, that the ability to challenge existing thinking and beliefs was allowed to flourish. It is only then that the opposition to the Catholic Church was possible to be undertaken and to succeed marginally. The power struggle between the Catholic Church and the Protestant Churches has been transformed with the advent of nation states and the development of private national armies used to protect wealth and power of the wealthiest in society.

     

    Sometimes after the ‘Great Dark Age’ which was ended by the printing press, there arose an awareness of the difference between physical suffering and mental anguish or emotional torment.  And I posit: if it took the advent of the printing press to manifestly transform the access to knowledge and power, then how great will be the transformation which will result from the ability, through the advent of the personal computer and the internet, for individuals to transmit alternate thoughts and beliefs  to a globally connected Humanity.

    The third and modern concept of ‘darkness’ is that of  ‘mental anguish’ or ‘hell’.

    This concept has existed back into the Dark Ages when individually persons who were suffering  had an awareness of their torments. They however lacked the language to communicate their realities.

    If we think of Humanity as primitive before the advent of structured language, of the development of the alphabet, of writing, and of the advent of paper on which to write, then at what point in the future will the development of Humanity be considered ‘advanced’? It will be when each individual obtained access and ownership of a ‘personal computer’ and the ability to ‘blog’, and share ideas and  alternate beliefs throughout the globe to every other individual who is also questing and seeking more knowledge and power and freedom from ‘hell’. Freedom from the darkness.  Freedom from their anguish. Freedom from mental and emotional slavery.

    How great has been the evolution of Humanity. How great has been the price paid in human suffering.

    The wars, the killing fields, the genocides, the invasions.

    The globe has achieved a great degree  of cultural differentiation with the establishment of over 200 nation states and the watershed date of 2000 will probably in the future be seen as the beginning of the ‘Global State’. Wealth and political power will be concentrated into less nations and individuals and corporations and will result in a homogenization of culture, beliefs and rituals.

    This brings me to the thesis of this book.  The elimination of ‘hell’ on earth. The establishment of ‘heaven’ on earth. This is what brings me to write this. To chronicle the history of slavery  to obedience and  subservience to authority  and to document the transformation towards a world population which is free from  fear, attachment to desire, doubt, and pain.

    There are historical figures which have been large in assisting Humanity to move from ignorance into knowledge, from darkness into the light. The Biblical figures like Moses walking his people away from the slavery of Egypt into the freedom of the desert. Even figuratively this metaphor is a strong one.  In more modern times, the Christian figure of ‘John the Baptist’ who was sent to prepare the way of the Lord Jesus Christ. He said to the people he baptized: ‘I baptize you with water, but the one who comes after me will baptize you with the Holy Spirit’. (paraphrase).

    Then that brings me to a modern contemporary, my teacher and guru, Master Choa Kok Sui, who developed the theories and principles of pranic healing. He has taken the esoteric arts and sciences of healing and formulated them into a scientific set of principles which simplifies the act of healing, or coming out of the darkness. And he baptizes with ‘Brilliant white living water’. From sinning into delivrance. From darkness into light. From slavery  to freedom.

    The identification of ‘prana’ or life force as the basis for healing is key. The prana is energy and is light. It contains the colours of the rainbow and each colour has the ability to cleanse, and energize the physical, emotional, mental , and spiritual bodies.  Jesus Christ healed with prana.

    Master Choa Kok Sui  has published three initiation books which provide the basic techniques to the healing of these four bodies. 

    The cleansing of the bodies removes the depleted  prana which causes disease. The elimination of diseased prana allows the bodies the ability to heal themselves.  It is the presence of red-yellow prana in the body which causes cancers. This can be removed from the body and the cancers can be healed.  Master Choa Kok Sui established the means for a future free of disease. 

    My first thought this morning was about how much anguish is carried by those who feel guilt or shame or worthlessness, and who punish themselves for acts which have been done to them in the past.   How someone may be suffering today because of abuse which they have suffered in the past.  Feelings of ‘needing to be punished’ which were ingrained into the mind when young now manifest themselves as destructive acts of self-punishment .  Expressions of mental anguish made manifest through acts of raging, shouting, self-humiliation and mutilation.  This is the expression of a mental ‘hell’ from which there is an escape.

    The ‘destructive thought forms’ which hang around the basic, solar plexus, or ajna chakras need to be removed and the mind to be purged from the past mental formations which are attached to past traumatic events and memories.  MCKS had developed these techniques in his book on Pranic Psychotherapy. Through the scanning of the chakras the pranic healer  is able to detect these ‘destructive thought forms’ and remove them. The chakras are then scanned for cracks in the protective webs. If cracks are found, they can be sealed with ‘gold light’ and then protected with a chakral shield of ‘electric violet light’.

    The shield is then programmed to act as a one-way permeable shield allowing the negative thought forms to go out of the body and not to be allowed in. It is the reinforcement of these negative destructive thought forms and the allowing them to become mental formations that the anguish is perpetuated.  The anguish can be stopped by preventing the thought forms to develop in the first place by removing the triggers, which are also mental thought forms. We are what we think and we become what we think. We can transform beliefs and behaviour by changing our thoughts through the act of mindfulness. This is the Buddhist dimension of ‘attentiveness’ to one’s present reality. This includes thoughts and emotions. Our actions are based on our thoughts and emotions. By transforming our thoughts we can modify negative and destructive behaviours.

    My thought  comes from the  combining of  Buddhist practices(readings of Thich Hnat Hahn’s works) http://www.parallaxpress.com  and Pranic Healing practices. By doing so it is possible to remove suffering from the world. The next step is to re-educate globally the populations to the belief that ‘sin’ is something which we bring into this life from past incarnations. My source for this belief is from Paramahansa Yogananda’s book “Karma and Reincarnation”.

    “Sin” is the term which I define as: past unfinished karma which one brings forth from past lives to be addressed and released. 

    So when Jesus said: “I release you of all your sins” He was saying, “I, as God’s representative before you, relieve you of your past negative karma and free you of your past lives’ ‘ball and chain’.” He would finish by exhorting the healed individual to “sin no more”. Where did Jesus get this power from? To be able to remove an individual’s past negative karmic debt. It implies that Jesus was connected to the Great Universal Power which we call God. It implies that Jesus had the God-given power to forgive sins.

    How does forgiving someone their past sins differ from making the blind see, or making the lame walk, or making the deaf able to hear? Jesus is believed to have had the power to remove infirmities to the point of bringing the dead back to life. Jesus had the ability to transmit ‘life force’ from himself into someone else.

    That is precisely what Master Choa Kok Sui teaches: The movement of prana from healer to client, the removal of diseased prana, allowing the deaf to hear, the blind to see, and the lame to walk, dissolving cancerous tumours, reducing the symptoms of systemic arthritis, etc.

    There exists a problem with Christianity in that it attempts to raise the personhood of Jesus Christ to ‘Divinity’ status as something which is distinct and separate from ‘Humanity’. And the Christian ideology wants its followers to also accept Jesus’s humanity. And the Catholic Church wants its followers to believe that there can only be “one son of God”.

    Somehow, I find it untenable logically that there could only be one man or “human” who is also ‘Divine’, as this denies the rest of humanity its ‘Divine’ nature.

    On the other hand Master Choa Kok Sui affirms that we all possess the Divine within, as does the Buddhist philosophy. The god or Buddha lives within and is our life force. http://www.pranichealing.org.

     

    Now this makes sense. It is only by thinking that we are only physical beings that we lose our power. It is only by thinking this that we lose our connection to our divinity. It doesn’t make it any less real. We are and become what we think.  Let us think positively and reduce our attachments to physical trappings to be ready for the great transformation back into ‘energy’ from ‘matter’ which awaits us all.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
  • Pranic Roger 9:18 pm on December 3, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , networking, poetry   

    Other healing blogs and poetry 

     
     
     

    http://healingmassagenetwork.blogspot.com  

     

    I have included this link to my other blogging destination which I’ve used to publish ideas and poetry.

    Angels are watching over you

     
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