The universe’s super computer system – Akashic Records — The Book of Life – Review


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The Akashic Records or The Book of Life can be equated to the universe’s super computer system. It is this system that acts as the central storehouse of all information for every individual who has ever lived upon the earth.

More than just a reservoir of events, the Akashic Records contain every deed, word, feeling, thought, and intent that has ever occurred at any time in the history of the world.

Much more than simply a memory storehouse, however, these Akashic Records are interactive in that they have a tremendous influence upon our everyday lives, our relationships, Akashic body our feelings and belief systems, and the potential realities we draw toward us.

Upon time and space is written the thoughts, the deeds, the activities of an entity – as in relationships to its environs, its hereditary influence; as directed – or judgment drawn by or according to what the entity’s ideal is. Hence, as it has been oft called, the record is God’s book of remembrance; and each entity, each soul – as the activities of a single day of an entity in the material world – either makes same good or bad or indifferent, depending upon the entity’s application of self towards that which is the ideal manner for the use of time, opportunity and the expression of that for which each soul enters a material manifestation. The interpretation then as drawn here is with the desire and hope that, in opening this for the entity, the experience may be one of helpfulness and hopefulness.

It is no exaggeration to state that the computer has transformed (and is still in the process of transforming) the entire planet. Whether it’s technology, transportation, communication, education, or entertainment, the computer age has revolutionized the globe and the ways in which we understand and interact with one another. No segment of modern society has gone unaffected. The amount of information now stored in computer memory and crossing the Internet highway daily is literally unfathomable. And yet, this vast complex of computer systems and collective databases cannot begin to come close to the power, the memory, or the omniscient recording capacity of the Akashic Records.

The Akashic Records contain the entire history of every soul since the dawn of Creation. These records connect each one of us to one another. They contain the stimulus for every archetypal symbol or mythic story which has ever deeply touched patterns of human behavior and experience. They have been the inspiration for dreams and invention. They draw us toward or repel us from one another. They mold and shape levels of human consciousness. They are a portion of Divine Mind.

They are the unbiased judge and jury that attempt to guide, educate, and transform every individual to become the very best that she or he can be. They embody an ever-changing fluid array of possible futures that are called into potential as we humans interact and learn from the data that has already been accumulated.

Biblical References: Book of Life

Information about these Akashic Records – this Book of Life – can be found in folklore, in myth, and throughout the Old and New Testaments. It is traceable at least as far back as the Semitic peoples and includes the Arabs, the Assyrians, the Phoenicians, the Babylonians, and the Hebrews. Among each of these peoples was the belief that there was in existence some kind of celestial tablets which contained the history of humankind as well as all manner of spiritual information.

The first reference in Scripture to some unearthly volume is found in Exodus 32:32. After the Israelites had committed a most grievous sin by worshiping the golden calf, it was Moses who pleaded on their behalf, even offering to take full responsibility and have his own name stricken “out of thy book which thou hast written” in recompense for their deed.

Later, in the Old Testament, we learn that there is nothing about an individual that is not known in this same book. In Psalm 139, David makes reference to the fact God has written down everything about him and all the details of his life – even that which is imperfect and those deeds which have yet to be performed.

For many individuals this Book of Life is simply an imagery symbol of those destined for heaven and has its roots in the custom of recording genealogical records of names or perhaps early census taking. Traditional religion suggests that this book – either in literal or symbolic form – contains the names of all those who are worthy of salvation. The Book is to be opened in connection with divine judgment (Dan. 7:10, Rev. 20:12). In the New Testament, those redeemed by Christ are contained within the Book (Philippians 4), those not found in the Book of Life will not enter the kingdom of Heaven.

As an interesting corollary, in the ancient world, a person’s name was symbolic of his or her existence. According to Sir James George Frazer, author of The Golden Bough – one of the most extensive volumes on world mythology – there was such a bond between one’s name and one’s existence “that magic may be wrought on a man just as easily as through his name as through his hair, his nails, or any other material part of his person.” In ancient Egypt, to blot a name out of a record was equivalent to destroying the fact that the person had ever even existed.

H.P. Blavatsky and Rudolf Steiner on the Akashic Records

Closer to our current era, a great deal of contemporary information on the Akashic Records has been made available by both reputable psychics and modern-day mystics – individuals who have somehow perceived beyond the limits of three dimensions. According to H.P. [Helena Petrovna] Blavatsky (1831-1891), Russian immigrant, mystic, and founder of the Theosophical Society, the Akashic Records are much more than simply an account of static data which may be gleaned by a sensitive; instead, the records have an ongoing creative stimulus upon the present:

Akasha is one of the cosmic principles and is a plastic matter, creative in its physical nature, immutable in its higher principles. It is the quintessence of all possible forms of energy, material, psychic, or spiritual; and contains within itself the germs of universal creation, which sprout forth under the impulse of the Divine Spirit.

Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925), the Austrian-born philosopher, educator, and founder of the Anthroposophical Society possessed the ability to perceive information beyond the material world: a “spiritual world” which was just as real to him as the physical world was to others. Steiner claimed that the ability to perceive this other world could be developed, enabling an individual to see events and information every bit as concrete as the present:

…man can penetrate to the eternal origins of the things which vanish with time. A man broadens his power of cognition in this way if he is no longer limited to external evidence where knowledge of the past is concerned. Then he can see in events what is not perceptible to the senses, that part which time cannot destroy. He penetrates from transitory to non-transitory history. It is a fact that this history is written in other characters than is ordinary history. In gnosis and in theosophy it is called the “Akasha Chronicle”…To the uninitiated, who cannot yet convince himself of the reality of a separate spiritual world through his own experience, the initiate easily appears to be a visionary, if not something worse. The one who has acquired the ability to perceive in the spiritual world comes to know past events in their eternal character. They do not stand before him like the dead testimony of history, but appear in full life. In a certain sense, what has happened takes place before him.

Edgar Cayce and the Akashic Records

In terms of contemporary insights, perhaps the most extensive source of information regarding the Akashic Records comes from the clairvoyant work of Edgar Cayce (1877-1945), Christian mystic and founder of A.R.E. For forty-three years of his adult life, Edgar Cayce possessed the uncanny ability to lie down on a couch, close his eyes, fold his hands over his stomach, and put himself into some kind of an altered state in which virtually any type of information was available. The accuracy of Cayce’s psychic work is evidenced by approximately one dozen biographies and literally hundreds of titles which explore various aspects of his information and the thousands of topics he discussed.

When asked about the source of his information, Cayce replied that there were essentially two. The first was the subconscious mind of the individual for whom he was giving the reading and the second was the Akashic Records.

Cayce’s Sojourn to Access the Records

Most often, when giving a reading which discussed a person’s soul history and his or her individual sojourn through space and time, Cayce would begin with a statement such as, “Yes, we have before us the records of the entity now known or called _________.” In discussing the process for accessing these records, Edgar Cayce described his experience as follows:

I see myself as a tiny dot out of my physical body, which lies inert before me. I find myself oppressed by darkness and there is a feeling of terrific loneliness. Suddenly, I am conscious of a white beam of light. As this tiny dot, I move upward following the light, knowing that I must follow it or be lost.

As I move along this path of light I gradually become conscious of various levels upon which there is movement. Upon the first levels there are vague, horrible shapes, grotesque forms such as one sees in nightmares. Passing on, there begin to appear on either side misshapen forms of human beings with some part of the body magnified. Again there is change and I become conscious of gray-hooded forms moving downward. Gradually, these become lighter in color. Then the direction changes and these forms move upward and the color of the robes grows rapidly lighter. Next, there begin to appear on either side vague outlines of houses, walls, trees, etc., but everything is motionless. As I pass on, there is more light and movement in what appear to be normal cities and towns.

With the growth of movement I become conscious of sounds, at first indistinct rumblings, then music, laughter, and singing of birds. There is more and more light, the colors become very beautiful, and there is the sound of wonderful music. The houses are left behind, ahead there is only a blending of sound and color. Quite suddenly I come upon a hall of records. It is a hall without walls, without ceiling, but I am conscious of seeing an old man who hands me a large book, a record of the individual for whom I seek information.

Yes, we have the body here, and the record as has been made and as may be made with the will as exercised, and the condition irrespective of the will’s influence or effect as has been created. We have conditions that might have been, that are, and that may be. Do not get the three mixed up or crossed purposes of either.

Once given the record, Cayce had the ability to select the information which would be most capable of assisting the individual at that time in his or her life. Frequently, a reading might suggest that only a selection of the available material was being provided, but that the individual was being given that which would be “most helpful and hopeful.” Additional insights were frequently provided in subsequent readings once an individual had attempted to work with and apply the information which had been given previously.

As a means of perhaps alluding to the fact that the Akashic Records were not simply a transcription of the past but included the present, the future, and certain probabilities as well, in reading 304-5, Cayce began the reading with a curious statement.

When discussing the Book of Life, he stated it that it was “The record of God, of thee, thy soul within and the knowledge of same.” (281-33)

On another occasion (2533-8) Cayce was asked to explain the difference between the Book of Life and the Akashic Records:

Q. [What is meant by] The Book of Life?

A. The record that the individual entity itself writes upon the skein of time and space, through patience – and is opened when self has attuned to the infinite, and may be read by those attuning to that consciousness…

Q. The Book of God’s Remembrances?

A. This is the Book of Life.

Q. The Akashic Records?

A. Those made by the individual, as just indicated.

The Edgar Cayce readings suggest that each of us writes the story of our lives through our thoughts, our deeds, and our interactions with the rest of creation. This information has an effect upon us in the here and now. In fact, the Akashic Records have such an impact upon our lives and the potentials and probabilities we draw toward us that any exploration of them cannot help but provide us with insights into the nature of ourselves and our relationship to the universe.

There is much more to our lives, our histories, and our individual influence upon our tomorrows than we have perhaps dared to imagine. By accessing information from the Akashic Records, the universe’s computer database, much might be revealed to us. The world as we have collectively perceived it is but a faint shadow of reality.


By Kevin J. Todeschi, Author of
Edgar Cayce on the Akashic Records


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Posted by on April 25, 2015 in WISDOM



By learning the art of “dealing with/convincing people to do what you want them to do”, we can instantly improve our lives.




People are everywhere. That’s why being persuasive determines how effective we are. Where we live, what we do, and even who we love involves influence on one level or another. And by learning the art of “dealing with and convincing people to do what you want them to do”, we can instantly improve our lives.

Emotion vs. Logic

With so much information around us and so many decisions to make every single day, there isn’t enough time to evaluate everything rationally. And so we rely on subconscious shortcuts to make things easier. This is why, as irrational beings, we’re susceptible to mental triggers.


“People are definitely more likely to believe what you say, based on logic,” Paul Mascetta teaches, “but ultimately it is their emotion that will move them to take action.”

10 Proven Tactics to Gain Compliance from Others

So, how can we take advantage of this in order to be more persuasive?


1. Obligation/Reciprocity

“People generally feel obligated to return favours or good deeds that have been done to them by others.” Just look at how we smile at strangers who smile at us first! Make sure you know what to offer and ensure it will be on the same level of what you expect in return.

2. Contrast

“The perception of something changes when it is compared to something else.” This is why a pair of $100 jeans looks like a bargain if it was marked down from $500 or why a realtor might show you a really ugly house before showing you a better one.


Another approach here is to break something down to the minimum (“$2.50 per day” sounds better than “$75 per month”) or make concessions by starting at a much higher price and then working down to what you actually want.

3. Internal Conflict

“We must act in a way that is conducive to our morals and beliefs.” Behaving against what we feel is right is something we struggle with. It makes us feel unbalanced, which is why we’ll do whatever we can to restore our moral equilibrium.


We do this in many ways including rationalisation (justifying our behaviour to make ourselves feel better), denial (pretending the problem doesn’t exist or the source isn’t reliable), correction (finding evidence to support why the information we received is inaccurate), reframing (interpreting the meaning behind the message in a different way), and separation (distancing themselves from events or matters that are causing the internal conflict).

4. Connection

“The link that exists between others can be enough to create the emotional need to act.” When creating a connection, the four factors involved are:


  • Rapport – This is created primarily through body language techniques like subtly mirroring and matching what the other person does

  • Attraction – While physical aspects (including wardrobe and grooming) are noticed first and matter initially, nonphysical aspects like intelligence and warmth are more important in the long run.

  • People Skills – Humour (when used correctly) and respect

  • Similarity – We can think and act like people who share similarities (background, interests, values, etc) without worrying about internal conflicts


5. Proof

“We believed that if it worked before, it will probably work again.” Instead of investingtime and effort to determine if a decision is right, we simply turn to other people. This is why statistics (e.g. “over 1 million copies sold”) can be so powerful, especially when the group referred to is one with which we can identify. Just remember to stick to third party evidence (from someone with knowledge or expertise) and information that is up to date.

6. Scarcity

“The less available something becomes, the more people want it.” This is one of the most obvious and also one of the most powerful. Restricting freedom or placing limitations on availability (e.g. playing hard to get when dating) creates a sense of urgency. And as long as there’s a deadline (e.g. the Groupon countdown clock!), the more incentive there is to act right away.

7. Verbiage

“Sometimes it’s not what you say, it’s how you say it.” Reframe your words to use the best possible ones in a given situation. For example, “more activity” sounds better than “crowded” and “membership agreement” sounds better than “contract”. Other suggestions are to speak slowly, simply, and clearly with sentences that are short and to the point. Storytelling and analogies also help with understanding.

8. Expectations

“People generally act in a way that other people expect them to.” These expectations are usually based on our assumptions.

9. Association/References

“People make mental associations with everything they see.” Again, this is about saving time and effort by using mental shortcuts.

10. Commitment

“People usually follow through on commitments, especially when they are public.” Nobody wants to go against their values or be seen as flaky. This is why having people to commit to something publically (e.g. having friends hold them accountable to their goals or immediately making a purchase so they are mentally vested and reluctant to change) is powerful.


The idea is to start with smaller requests (more likely to be accepted) and then gradually build up to larger ones. Just make sure the commitments are voluntary because forcing people to do what you want will only introduce more conflict and make them revert to old behaviour. As Confucius said: “Do not impose on others what you yourself do not desire.”

By Paul J. Mascetta / Creator of The Code of Influence


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Posted by on April 24, 2015 in WISDOM



Does being loving and kind mean being a doormat?




Seeking the approval of others is definitely the royal road to unhappiness.


Being loving and kind


Oh but you say, you want to be loving and kind. Well what does that mean? Does being loving and kind mean being a doormat? Does being loving and kind mean choosing to please others instead of doing what you think is right and taking care of yourself? Does being loving and kind mean sacrificing your own integrity and agreeing with things or people when you know it’s wrong or when it doesn’t feel right to you? Does it mean being afraid to ask for the time to consider things when you’re not sure of what you feel? Does it mean you can’t follow your own intuition just because someone else says something different?

   Being loving and kind is one of those wonderful stories we tell ourselves to confuse ourselves and to block honest communications with ourselves and with others. And who’s to say if being clear and honest and communicating openly is not the most loving and kind thing we can possibly do in every situation!


Being afraid of disagreement


Another great barrier to clear and honest communication is the belief that people ‘should’ agree with each other. The thought that people ‘should’ agree with each other might be a nice idea, but in the real world, people just don’t agree with each other. And they never have. Once again, we’re not talking about right or wrong, we’re just talking about the way things are. We’re talking about reality. And as we know, when we argue with reality, we end up making ourselves miserable. So when it comes to disagreeing, the reality is that people do disagree with each other. People have different ideas and opinions about almost everything. People have different preferences about how to do things. And they have different goals, dreams, hopes, wishes, likes and dislikes. That’s just the way it is. Different things interest different people. Some people love snowstorms while others love the heat. Some people think the ultimate joy is traveling to a crowded city for a busy weekend of shopping and dining out while others think the ultimate joy is retreating to a quiet spot in nature or going to a meditation center. That’s just the way of it. Wanting people to agree is setting yourself up for heartache and failure because it’s never going to happen.

   So why are we so afraid of disagreement? Why do we want the impossible? Usually it’s because we want people to like, love and approve of us. I think part of the fear of disagreement can be found in the fact that we link agreement and approval with people liking or loving us. We think that if we love someone we ‘should’ agree with him or her. And we think that if he/she really loves us, they ‘should’ agree with us. But is that true? Think of all the people you really do love. How many of them do you agree with and how many of them agree with you? Of course if your definition of love is “you agree with me and I agree with you” well then you’re really in for trouble!

Barbara Berger


From her new book Are you happy now?


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Posted by on April 24, 2015 in WISDOM



When it comes to sex, men like looking at, trying out and experimenting with new things.


When it comes to sex, there’s lots of room for error. Are you making any of these common mistakes? Plus, do you have good manners in bed? Find out with our quiz…


Sex Mistake #1: Assuming he’s always up for sex.

This might hold true for teenage boys, but not men. Once they hit their mid-20s, many things compete for their energy, says sexpert Tracey Cox, author of More Hot Sex (Bantam) and 10 other sex books. Work pressures, bills and everyday life can dampen his libido.

“He’s not like a vibrator,” Cox says. “You can’t just plug him in and expect him to perform on cue.”


If he’s not into it, it doesn’t mean he doesn’t desire you anymore. He truly may not be in the mood.

Sex Mistake #2: Thinking sex ends when he climaxes.

Just because he’s fulfilled doesn’t mean you are. Let him know you haven’t finished and help him find ways to get you there with his hands or mouth.


If he’s consistently too wiped out to give you the attention you deserve, Cox says, have your needs met before his next time.


Sex Mistake #3: Obsessing about your body

The numbers on the scale aren’t what you’d like… so what? Putting on weight is no excuse for avoiding sex.


Or maybe your weight is fine, but you’re fixating on another flaw.


Guess what? If he wants to have sex with you, he thinks you’re sexy, Cox says.

If your self-image is hindering your sex life, consult a therapist, join a support group, read a self-help book, or check out Get Out of Your Head… and into Bed!

Sex Mistake #4: Not giving him any guidance.

Pleasing a woman is no easy task, Cox says. So help him out! Give him explicit directions – when, where, how hard, how fast and more.

If you’re too embarrassed to cue him verbally, find another way. For example, if you’re watching a sex scene in a movie, say something like, “That’s a good move” or “That doesn’t do it for me.”


Or bookmark pages in a sex book and ask him to read them. Or let out a moan when he does something that pleases you.


When it comes to sex, communication is key.


Sex Mistake #5: Overreacting when he suggests something new.

Most of us do the same thing day in and day out. And whether it’s in the bedroom or the boardroom, routine can get boring. Men like looking at, trying out and experimenting with new things.

There’s nothing wrong about it, Cox says. Suggesting something new is not a criticism of you. It’s simply a craving for variety. So have an open mind.


“Often someone will say ‘That’s the weirdest, craziest thing I’ve ever heard,’ and they’ll tell their friends who’ll say ‘That’s not that crazy, why are you reacting like that?’” says Emma Taylor, half of sexpert team Em & Lo, authors of Em & Lo’s Sex Toy: An A-Z Guide to Bedside Accessories(Chronicle Books).


The best part? He wants to try it with you.


Sex Mistake #6: Surprising him with something wild.

If you want to take a walk on the wild side, talk first. Massages, concert tickets and flowers make great surprises. Blindfolds, handcuffs and a riding crop do not. Same goes for tush play – it’s poor manners (and possibly assault) to try to slip in there without asking first.


Sex Mistake #7: Saying someone else’s name.

“Good luck slithering out of that one,” Taylor says. “You’ll be offering a lot of unreciprocated oral sex and doing a lot of dishes to dig yourself out of that hole.”


Of course, that may depend whose name you screamed out – George Clooney’s or your ex’s – especially if your current partner wonders if you’re really over the ex.


You could tell him that fantasy is pretty common. “Women can say it’s just something women do, that they call on images from their past, that it’s all fantasy, that it doesn’t mean anything,” Taylor says.

Sex Mistake #8: Not disclosing you have an STD.

Many people with STDs fear they’ll be rejected if they share their status with a partner. So they keep mum, figuring they don’t have to volunteer the information if their partners don’t inquire.


This “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy is a serious breach of sexual etiquette – it puts your partner’s health at risk, Taylor says. Condoms aren’t 100% effective at blocking STDs; for example, herpes can be transmitted even when a condom is used. Don’t believe it? Check out 6 STD Myths Debunked.



If you’re the one receiving this information, be compassionate and don’t freak out. That doesn’t mean you have to proceed with sex. Step back and assess your health risk and comfort level, then decide if you want to take it further.


Sex Mistake #9: Analyzing his equipment malfunction.

This happens to every guy, but it’s still an awkward moment for both. Unless deflated sails are an ongoing problem, don’t make a big deal about it. Delving into the psychology of why he’s gone flat and what it means only makes the situation worse. Click here for the Gal’s Guide to Her Guy’s Equipment.

“Who knows why it happens,” Taylor says. “He could have suddenly had a [mental] flash of his grandmother that he couldn’t control and the thought made him lose his erection.”


Follow his lead. If he’s done, move on. But if he feels he can rally, “keep going and try something else,” Taylor says. “There are so many things you can do in bed together that don’t require an erect penis. Take it as a chance for him to focus on you for a few minutes.”


Sex Mistake #10: Blundering a booty call.

LifeScript asked several sex experts for their tips for no-strings nookie:

– Make sure you’re both in it just for the sex. “If one person is clearly looking for something more than a hook-up, it’s rude to string them along with a series of booty calls,” says Amber Madison, author ofHooking Up: A Girl’s All-Out Guide To Sex and Sexuality (Prometheus Books).

Limit the drunken 3 a.m. phone calls. “That’s kind of when [flings] happen,” says Josey Vogels, author of Bedside Manners: Sex Etiquette Made Easy(HarperCollins). “But waking someone up every Friday andSaturday night might be abusing your booty call privileges a bit.”

– Be open if you’re not exclusive. “If you know your partner thinks you’re just sleeping with him, it’s unfair to let him carry on believing that,” Taylor says. “But once it’s out there, there’s no need to keep bringing it up.”

– Keep things light. “Your booty call isn’t the person you call if you’ve had a bad day,” Taylor says. You can’t treat him like a partner.

– If it’s very late, text. “It’s much less intrusive,” Taylor says. “If they’re asleep, it’s not going to wake them. If they’re with someone else, it’s not going to be awkward.”

Write something short and saucy. “When you send someone a message at 1 a.m. saying, Wht r u up to?, they know exactly what you’re asking,” Taylor says.


Want to learn more? Get your own copies of More Hot SexEm & Lo’s Sex ToyHooking Up and Bedside Manners.


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Good bedroom decorum is more than just being polite. It’s about being respectful and considerate to your partner too. How good are your bedside manners? Take our sex quiz and find out.

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Posted by on April 24, 2015 in 21 AND OLDER, WISDOM



There are three phases of love, which include lust, attraction and attachment.




Getting struck by Cupid’s arrow may very well take your breath away and make your heart go pitter-patter this Valentine’s Day, reports sexual wellness specialists at Loyola University Health System.

“Falling in love causes our body to release a flood of feel-good chemicals that trigger specific physical reactions,” said Pat Mumby, PhD, co-director of the Loyola Sexual Wellness Clinic and professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Neurosciences, Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine (SSOM). “This internal elixir of love is responsible for making our cheeks flush, our palms sweat and our hearts race.”

Levels of these substances, which include dopamine, adrenaline and norepinephrine, increase when two people fall in love. Dopamine creates feelings of euphoria while adrenaline and norepinephrine are responsible for the pitter-patter of the heart, restlessness and overall preoccupation that go along with experiencing love.

MRI scans indicate that love lights up the pleasure center of the brain. When we fall in love, blood flow increases in this area, which is the same part of the brain implicated in obsessive-compulsive behaviors.

“Love lowers serotonin levels, which is common in people with obsessive-compulsive disorders,” said Mary Lynn, DO, co-director of the Loyola Sexual Wellness Clinic and assistant professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, SSOM. “This may explain why we concentrate on little other than our partner during the early stages of a relationship.”

Doctors caution that these physical responses to love may work to our disadvantage.

“The phrase ‘love is blind’ is a valid notion because we tend to idealize our partner and see only things that we want to see in the early stages of the relationship,” Dr. Mumby said. “Outsiders may have a much more objective and rational perspective on the partnership than the two people involved do.”

There are three phases of love, which include lust, attraction and attachment.

Lust is a hormone-driven phase where we experience desire. Blood flow to the pleasure center of the brain happens during the attraction phase, when we feel an overwhelming fixation with our partner. This behavior fades during the attachment phase, when the body develops a tolerance to the pleasure stimulants. Endorphins and hormones vasopressin and oxytocin also flood the body at this point creating an overall sense of well-being and security that is conducive to a lasting relationship.


Source: Science Daily


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Posted by on April 24, 2015 in WISDOM



The Most Powerful Affirmations Ever Created.


Affirmations are simple, yet powerful phrases you can repeat to yourself throughout the day in order to reprogram your conscious and subconscious mind.

They can greatly facilitate the replacement of limiting beliefs with ones that more accurately reflect your true divine nature and support a life of greater health, happiness, abundance and awareness.

The Most Powerful Times of the Day to Repeat Affirmations

Immediately upon waking in the morning. The second you open your eyes, begin to repeat your affirmations to yourself. This will set the tone for your day. Furthermore, immediately upon waking, you still have greater access to the subconscious mind, which will help facilitate the transformation of your beliefs. You may want to create some sort of reminder and keep it next to your bed as it can be difficult to remember the affirmations after intense dreams.

Immediately prior to going to sleep. Setting intentions before you go to sleep allows you to work with and internalize them in the expanded state of awareness we access in the dream state. We go deep into our subconscious minds while dreaming and a well timed affirmation just prior to dozing off can more easily penetrate the barriers that normally keep us from accessing this part of our mind.

During and immediately following meditations. Meditating allows us to shut off the thinking mind and access deeper levels of awareness and focus. In this expanded, receptive state, simple suggestions are far more powerful than normal and can penetrate and alter our limiting beliefs more easily. It is highly recommended to use either of the sound healings available as these are embedded with powerful affirmations and special tones (binaural frequencies) that put your mind into a deeply receptive state, which allows for greater and more rapid transformation.

Whenever you remember throughout the day. The only caveat here is to not overuse the affirmations, as you risk them losing their power and meaning. You must be open to and ready for a shift in your beliefs and awareness, otherwise no amount of repetition will change that fact. These affirmations are profound spiritual truths and they should be treated with respect. Explore them, learn from them, and internalize them.

1. I have unlimited abundance available to me always.

All you need to do is realize this and accept it into your life. Examine how you may be cutting yourself off from it through conscious/subconscious beliefs. The universe is infinitely abundant and provides us with everything we could ever need. Only we have the ability to cut ourselves off from this through limiting beliefs.

2. I am the creator of my reality.

You are the creator of your reality and no one else. However, until you become conscious of this fact and begin to work with it, you are giving your power to others and letting forces outside yourself strongly influence and define your reality, and so the illusion of not having full control is perpetuated. Only when you are ready to take full responsibility for everything you have created in your life, will you be able to take full control over it.

3. I love and accept myself just as I am.

Everything is perfect, always. You are not excluded from this. Where you are in your spiritual development and awareness in this moment, is perfect. There is no better than or less than, only what is. And so everyone and everything is also perfect, no matter how dark and no matter how light.

4. I am loved and supported by the universe.

As an aspect of the Creator/God, you are unconditionally loved and supported. All are loved unequivocally and equally. The degree to which you experience this in your life is a reflection of the openness you have to this love. Again, only you can choose to cut yourself off from this and only you can choose how open to the love you are.

5. I am a powerful spiritual being.

Do not underestimate your power. Do not believe all that you have been told about what you are capable of. Society, well meaning friends, family, and loved ones, mainstream science and the media may all tell you otherwise, but pay no heed to their words, for you, and they too, are infinitely powerful spiritual beings. We are all at various stages in the process of remembering this truth — the truth that we are indeed capable of anything we put our focus, will and mind to.

6. I attract exactly what I need effortlessly.

Life is as easy as you allow it to be. If you are having difficulties, ask yourself why you are creating these for yourself? What lesson do you need to learn? What limiting belief is keeping you from attracting exactly what you need effortlessly? Be brutally honest with yourself — anything less is only holding YOU back, no one else.

7. I have the ability to create and achieve whatever I desire.

It is your birthright. The Creator/God created humankind in its image and so you too are given the power to create whatever it is you desire. And so you do, whether you are aware of it or not. As you become more aware of your true power and begin to take greater responsibility for it, so too will you begin to wield greater power over your creations.

8. I am a spiritual being having a physical experience.

Everything originates from spirit. Do not lose sight of the forest for the trees. Always maintain a higher perspective on the events occurring at any given time. This will help to keep you from getting lost and sucked into the illusion of duality and separateness. Let your higher self/intuition guide you and you will never be led astray.

9. I am at peace with the world around me and the world is at peace with me.

As a powerful creator being, your have the choice as to what relationship you choose to have with the world around you. Do you choose conflict and separateness, or oneness and peace? Become aware of how you approach life and your day to day interactions, as the world around you simply reflects back to you what frequency you are broadcasting. If you are unhappy with how the world is treating you, then change your personal perceptions and watch the world transform before your eyes.


Source: MindCastr


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You often have no idea of the source of the “truths” that you are currently using while at work/play.


Your mind is like a fertile field that is prepared to grow concepts, ideas and opinions until they are mature enough to gain a life of their own. If we are lied to and we believe what we are told the seeds of these lies will sprout and grow in the fertile soil of our minds. A single lie can grow like a tree and ultimately spread millions of seeds of deceit that will not only contaminate our own lives, but the lives of everyone that come in contact with us. A single lie believed and acted on can thus continue to cause pain and disaster decades after it germinated in your head.

Knowledge captured and believed becomes like a structure in our minds that we use like a filter system to validate everything that we are exposed to daily. This filter system will accept and act on things that match our belief system and will react or reject anything that fail to match what we deem as truth. Most of the knowledge that we currently use in this filter device in our heads is defective and based on lies and half truths. You often have no idea of the source of the “truths” that you are currently using. The original defective seed may have been planted in one of your ancestor’s heads many, many decades ago. Lies told to your great, great grandparents may be some of the false seeds that your own father or mothers planted in the fertile soil of your mind when you were still a child.

We all have a voice in our heads that talk persistently. Some of us call this voice that we hear thought, but if you listen carefully will discover that it sounds like a voice of someone that resides in our minds. This voice continually judges everything and everyone that we are exposed to. It tell us what is right and what is unacceptable, what is good and what is bad and what it think is to our advantage or disadvantage. This mystical voice can be compared to a commentator crossed with a critic. It gets up with us when we open our eyes in the morning and will sometimes babble on while we attempt to get a good night sleep at the end of a taxing day. This commentator/critic appeared early in our lives and continue its often toxic dialogue until the last breath leave our lips when we expire. This unwelcome guest in our head knows all our stories and survives because we feed it with our faith. We for some mystical reason seem to think that it knows best under all circumstances.

You arrived on this plane with a “hard drive” that contained no data at all. You were thus uncontaminated, loving, caring and spontaneous in the initial period of your life. You arrived from a higher dimension where you enjoyed the camaraderie of the fellow souls that shared this higher dimension with you. Some call this place heaven while call it paradise. You were then exposed to a wide range of “programmers” that started uploading knowledge (data) onto your mental hard drive in your head. You soon became aware of this voice in your head that started telling you stories about yourself. This voice told you when you were a good boy or girl and when you performed according to the program. This is the same voice that you still hear today when you are faced with choices or situations.

We were created at the same time that the “Big Bang” took place. We operated in collective consciousness. Our vibrations were high and our spiritual bodies perfectly merged with the endless number of other souls that occupied this dimension where love, joy, compassion bound us together in a unified field. We did not even know about the voice in our heads that would later cause us so much serious problems and distress. We were innocent like children at this stage. We were created initially with freedom of choice. It was our freedom of choice that allowed us to develop distinct personalise. Freedom of choice was necessary to prevent us from acting and reacting like robots. Some of us started experimenting with a wide range of projects. We even tried our hand at manifesting objects by focusing on energy clusters until they vibrated at a level where they solidified. We felt like the authors and painters that crystallize the thoughts and images in their heads on paper and canvas. It was an amazing experience that unfortunately went horribly wrong. I cannot say as time slipped by because time is an illusion.



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