The Consummate

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7 March

Send Out The Prayers

Don’t think that because you pray, somebody gets healed. No. God is not to be fooled that way. He didn’t give someone a problem because you didn’t pray. He did it to teach that person a lesson. By praying for someone, you open your heart. You become more compassionate; and of course your prayerful thoughts will reach the person being prayed for. If the person deserves to receive them, he will. Even if that happens, don’t think that your prayer literally cured him. Your prayer helped him.

Peaceful and healing thought forms spread, and the person who is ready to receive gets healed. That is the power of prayer. Prayers bring powerful thoughts. If the sick person really looks for it and wants it, he or she can use it. You simply make it available. But you cannot force it onto him. If his previous offence was that big, his own destiny might cause him to reject the prayer. Such a person cannot be helped.

Don’t think that because you appeal to God, God simply obeys you. That would mean that God doesn’t love that person, and will only help him because you prayed. No. You should remember that each one is God’s child. God doesn’t wait for your prayers in order to take care of His children.

Your duty is simply to send the prayers. If the person for whom you’re praying is ready, he or she will receive the prayer. If not, somebody else might get the benefit. That is why we pray for the entire world.

Send out the prayers, broadcast. Whoever tunes in, will receive it.

Om Shanthi, Shanthi, Shanthi

– Swami Satchidananda

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It’s Time To Come Clean

Posted in art, artists, beauty, Feminism, health, life, love, music, relationships, WTF by the consummate on June 11, 2011

Homeboy I’m through.

Learn from the past, proceed, get better.

Never Will Be Mine – Rye Rye ft Robyn

Crack is Whack!

I AM OFF THE BLACKBERRY FOR ONE MONTH (5/7-6/8). NO TEXTING, NO BBMING, NO TALKING!

Integratron

Posted in art, artists, beauty, california, health, life, love, music, spirituality, subculture, Uncategorized, yoga by the consummate on April 16, 2011

Bleeding Heart

Posted in beauty, health, life, love, neighborhood, new york, plants, relationships, san francisco, spirituality, WTF by the consummate on April 5, 2011

The Bleeding Heart flower is very special to me. During one of the most difficult periods of my life I grew a special connection with her. I started taking the flower essence at the suggestion of  a spiritual advisor but soon discovered a family of Bleeding Hearts lived on the path of the 22nd Street stairs. Anytime I would run or walk up  and down the stairs I would be greeted by them. I don’t believe in coincidences but only the universe confirming your direction.

Bleeding heart is a well tested flower essence and has been shown to release painful emotional attachments and heartaches from ended relationships. This might be the result of a breakup, a death, someone moving away, or getting a new job, or a tragedy with a pet. All of these incidents separate the person from their heart’s desire. Bleeding Heart flower essence helps mend the heart almost immediately, as if the person that was involved in the heart ache genteelly released their hold on it.

More on Bleeding Heart flower essence here.

PS: I’m starting to take her again today.

Reconsidering Columbus

Posted in animals, artists, beauty, friendship, life, love, plants, relationships, spirituality, subculture, travel, WTF, yoga by the consummate on October 7, 2010

Native American culture and philosophy is close to my heart. I’ve had the honor of participating in spiritual ceremonies and met amazing torch bearers (some in this video) who are passing these ways down to the next generation of Native peoples and others who respect these ways. It’s high time we look at history and start telling a new story – the TRUTH.

Take action: http://reconsidercolumbusday.org/TakeAction.html

I’m Not Angry Anymore.

Posted in life, music, relationships, spirituality, Uncategorized, yoga by the consummate on July 9, 2009
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