The bitterness of studying is preferable to the bitterness of ignorance. ~ Filipino Proverb
Ananda shakti is a Sanskrit term with ananda meaning “bliss,” “happiness” or “the bliss of wholeness,” and shakti meaning “the divine feminine creative energy.”
In yoga, ananda shakti may describe a kind of energy referred to as “energy of joy.” It is said in yogic philosophy that ananda shakti can only be experienced through relinquishing all personal and limiting desires. It may also be used to describe a type of yoga, Ananda Shakti yoga, which was developed by Ma Shakti Devi and is a Western form of Kundalini yoga.
A little spark can kindle a great fire. ~ Syrian Proverb
Scurrying to every crevice to find the antidote
Translating the medical note
My soul left for me to unravel
They say possibilities are endless
Yet health does not come automatically
Good habits must be in tow systematically
Root out the cause
Gaze deep into the waters of your mind and press pause
Blaming for your problem will not work
You created it ultimately, unconsciousnessly, subconsciously or consciously
Your soul plan
Intent, one of the threads of this existence
Awaken to your persistence
My auric field, after a psychic bashing, feels defenseless
Under psychic attack
What is real and what is wack?
Remember your life is not foregone
Having tried, yet not able to reach past your papered walls of cement
Secrets unfolding like origami
Ancient oracle, seer of truth
Bowl of sage, palo Santo and smoke
Exhausting options to choke
It saw me
Before I could see it
Engraving my hope
On this little boat of language water I wrote.
Strolling across coastline
Sea salted fragrances cleanse spirit
Renewed life proportion
The mind-body problem arises because mental phenomena arguably differ, qualitatively or substantially, from the physical body on which they apparently depend. There are a few major theories on the resolution of the problem. Dualism is the theory that the mind and body are two distinct substances, and monism is the theory that they are, in reality, just one substance. Monist materialists/physicalists take the view that they are both matter, and monist idealists take the view that they are both in the mind. The absence of an empirically identifiable meeting point between the non-physical mind and its physical extension has proven problematic to dualism and many modern philosophers maintain that the mind is not something separate from the body.
Yin and yang represents masculine and feminine, light and dark, and the law of polarity. It’s been around since before the third century B.C. in China, and the idea of opposing forces has echoed in many cultures and schools of thought since. Ultimately, yin and yang demonstrate balance and the inherent harmony of nature.