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In this exercise to awaken the healing power within you, meditate on your body as a source of tremendous energy, seeing it as a great shining star giving light and life to all that surrounds it. The key is to utilize whatever imagery helps you realize your body as an abode of immeasurable energy and resilience, a palace of lights. It is especially powerful to perform this practice out in nature. Sit and abide in primordial meditation and follow your breath, then gently shift your focus to contemplate your body with holy awe and wonder. Consider how amazing is the body: the skin and bones, muscles and nerves, and all of the various organs; the billions of cells composing the body; the ...

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When we look into the stories told about the life and teachings of Yeshua (Aramaic-Hebrew for "Jesus") we find a very luminous Jewish teacher and mystic, an amazing prophet and wonderworker, and most important of all a holy man who embodies the fullness of the presence and power of God, the Divine—hence, the Messiah, the anointed of God. In him we see the union of a human being and God—the embodiment of the knowledge of God or enlightenment. When we look into the many wonders or miracles he performs, more than anything else what we find is the removal of displaced energies, the mending of souls from "spiritual possession," and the healing of illness and disease, the ...

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The Root Breath The root breath may be used to help conditions related to a fitful, speedy, dreamy, floating, or weak mind, or for individuals who may lack common sense, discipline, or clear and conscious direction. Coupled with working with the root breath, we may also seek out the earth element, drawing upon its stable grounding energy for healing. Suggested practices include: touching the earth and stones with the hands and feet, consciously drawing its energy into the aura and subtle body; or sitting or lying on the earth, charging the aura and subtle body with the earth's strong force, feeling grounded and stabilized in consciousness. One useful meditation is to sit or lay on the ...

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Gnosticism: (from Greek gnosis, "knowledge") Any of a set of wildly diverse spiritual traditions that emerged in the ancient world around the beginning of the Common Era. Their exact origins are the subject of violent disputes among modern scholars, but Greek mystical traditions, Zoroastrian dualism from Persia, Jewish teachings, and early Christian ideas may all have played some part in generating the Gnostic movement. Their history is difficult to trace, since Gnosticism was violently opposed by the Christian church. Except for a collection of Gnostic scriptures recovered from Nag Hammadi in Egypt, nearly all the information we now have about Gnosticism thus comes from its bitter ...

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