Sunday Reflections . . . the voice of silence …!!!


“Shun praise, O Devotee.

Praise leads to self delusion.

Thy body is not Self,
Thy SELF is in itself without this body,

And praise or blame
affects it not.”




Text & image source: Obinna Magnobi

The gift of a loving thought . . .


“If instead of a gem, or even a flower,
we should cast the gift of a loving thought
into the heart of a friend,
that would be giving as the angels give.”

— George MacDonald






Text & image source: The Sacred ॐ Jღurney ॐ Of The ॐ Sღul. 2

High recognitions . . . The physical body of the Redeemer


At this time of year, Christians celebrate Easter with the physical resurrection of Jesus as being one of main doctrines of the religion of Christianity. The reality is however that the “Resurrection” of Jesus was a Natural Process NOT a miracle.

The “real” person is not the physical body but the spirit within.

Simply put the the ethereal body of Jesus passed on to the other side due to the execution/murder of his physical body.

It was the ethereal body of the Risen Christ that the disciples and other blessed ones were able to see.. …

If an earthly gross material body was able ascend into a higher realm of another world then by the same logic the earthly body could also DESCEND to the earth without having to go through the process of a earthly birth.
Such things are impossible and against the perfect Natural Laws that govern existence.

“The physical body of the Redeemer followed the same course as every other physical body has to follow in accordance with the Natural Laws of the Creator.”
– quote from The Grail Message “In the Light of Truth”





Image & text source:Return To Eden

Hello, sun in my face.


“Hello, sun in my face. Hello you who made the morning
and spread it over the fields…
Watch, now, how I start the day
in happiness, in kindness.”

~ Mary Oliver






~ Image “Misty Morning” by Greg Stringham
Text & image source: The Garden Of Pensiveness

#Sunday reflection . . . the anger was within him.


A monk decided to meditate alone, away from his monastery. He took his boat out to the middle of the lake, moored it there, closed his eyes and began meditating. After a few hours of undisturbed silence, he suddenly felt the bump of another boat colliding with his own.

With his eyes still closed, he felt his anger rising, and by the time he opened his eyes, he was ready to scream at the boatman who had so carelessly disturbed his meditation.
But when he opened his eyes, he was surprised to find that it was an empty boat that had struck his own.
It had probably gotten untethered and floated to the middle of the lake.
At that moment, the monk had a great realization.
“He understood that the anger was within him;
it merely needed the bump of an external object to provoke it out of him.”

From then on, whenever he came across someone who irritated him or provoked him to anger,
he would remind himself, that the other person was merely an empty boat,
the anger was within him.




Text & image source: Rumi Page

#High recognitions . . . and the cerebellum became the ‘small brain’


“After mankind gave supremacy to the intellect,
both parts of the brain, which originally were the same, changed.
That part meant to assimilate spiritual vibrations
was neglected and suppressed,
until it finally became completely atrophied.
Today this part of the brain is called the cerebellum.”

– Roselis von Sass (The Birth of Mankind)




Text & image source: Garden of Illumination

To every cry of “Oh God!”


“Each moment contains a hundred messages from God.
To every cry of “Oh God!”
He answers a hundred times: “I am Here.”

~ Rumi




Image source: Yvonne Bevan Johnson