*Sungazing Practice(2 of 2)

*Sungazing Practice(2 of 2)

“Why do we watch the sunrise? Why do we concentrate on it?  In order to learn to mobilize all our thoughts, all our desires, and all our energies, and to direct them toward the realization of the highest ideal. A person who works to unify the many chaotic forces that pull him in every direction and to project them in a single, luminous and salutary direction becomes such a powerful center that his presence, like the sun, is able to radiate through space. Yes, he who manages to control the tendencies of his lower nature can spread these blessings over the whole of humanity, and he becomes a sun. He lives in such freedom that he expands the field of his consciousness to include the entire human race, to which he sends the abundance of light and love that pour forth from him. ”  –by Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov Continue Reading →

*Sungazing Practice(1 of 2)

*Sungazing Practice(1 of 2)

Yes, the sun holds incredible power for those who wish to obtain it.   And for souls who are patient, willing to change how they view their existence and how they currently live their lives; much is possible.  Light is the basic nutrient of all life; how we utilize, metabolize and understand this light can help us evolve. Pure motivation coupled with awareness, focus and relaxation, can in turn enable us to access every level of our energy. Continue Reading →

The Heart’s Note(3/12/2016)

*The Heart’s Note(3/12/2016)

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New Zealand Has Officially Recognized ALL Animals As Sentient Beings

*New Zealand Has Officially Recognized ALL Animals As Sentient Beings

New Zealand has set an incredible precedent by legally ruling on what nature lovers already know to be true: that animals are sentient and have feelings in the same way that we do.

This marks an incredibly shift in public perception, where previously only some animals were given the benefit of protection.

The Animal Welfare Bill that passed last month will prosecute people in animal cruelty cases and ban animal research and testing. All hunting and capture of wild animals will be illegal.

“To say that animals are sentient is to state explicitly that they can experience both positive and negative emotions, including pain and distress,” said Dr Virginia Williams, chair of the National Animal Ethics Advisory Committee. “The explicitness is what is new and marks another step along the animal welfare journey.”

“Expectations on animal welfare have been rapidly changing, and practices that were once commonplace for pets and farm stock are no longer acceptable or tolerated,” said Dr. Steve Merchant, president of the New Zealand Veterinary Association. “The bill brings legislation in line with our nation’s changing attitude on the status of animals in society.”

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