Positive affirmations have been most beneficial to me throughout my mindfulness journey and ongoing research into mental health. Many ‘spiritual gurus’ such as Dr Wayne Dyer and Deepak Chopra emphasise the many benefits of repetitive affirmations that set us up for an incredible day, but what is their true purpose and how can we implement them into our morning routines?View Post
A spiritual journey is a process of reconciliation and education through enlightenment. It is a very individual and intimate quest to consciously deepen our insight into life by asking ourselves profound questions about the unique impact we make in this world and in turn, better understand our purpose in life.
The complete guide to manifesting what you want in life from money, abundance, love, to anything you can think of. This process is vital to your journey and is fundamental to generating the results you want. Follow this guide so that you can start creating the world you want to live in.View Post
From the Sanskrit word Cakra meaning ‘wheel or circle’, and the Indo-European base meaning ‘turn’, there are 7 Chakras in the body that have their own symbol and colour which are attributed to particular parts of the body.
Thanks to Albert Einstein, we understand that E = mc 2 which means that everything in life emits a vibrational frequency and that all things are simply energy in different vibrational forms which of course, includes every cell in our body. As a result, we can now look on previously dismissed, ancient spiritual beliefs and practices that have been around for centuries, to uncover the body’s true power and begin healing.
The more I read about the 7 chakras, what each chakra represents and how they affect the body, the more I see the connection to the medical research I have been studying, in particular, the importance of understanding our Three Brains and the vital part the chakras play in our overall health.View Post
What are the Akashic Records and how can we access them? I have only recently discovered the Akashic Records through my research into Sanskrit. The term ‘Akasha’ was introduced to the language of theosophy by H.P Blavatsky in the 18 hundreds who deemed it the realm of all life and claimed it recorded both the past and future thoughts and actions of every human as well as recording all of the desires and earth experiences of our planet. It was not until 1883 that Alfred Percy Sinnet author of ‘Esoteric Buddhism’ who further researched the Buddhist’s belief in ‘a permanency of records in the Akasa’ expressed the ability for humans to access and read them for themselves.
Nevertheless, many authors throughout history have claimed that only clairvoyants can access these records or a trained occultist can distinguish the difference between our imagination and the actual records, also referred to as astral pictures. I uncover the connection between this spiritual belief and the mention of the Akashic records in Religious Books.View Post