Pendulum Dowsing For Divination.

There are many different definitions of divination, and often they describe the practice of fortune telling. But I want to be clear here. I neither believe in nor support fortune telling. I believe that we have the power to shape our own futures. No path is set in stone until we decide to shape it. Instead, divination to me is a form of gaining insight into a question or situation. Divination can also help the seeker to foresee the potential outcome of a choice or decision. Therefore, I personally Read more [...]

Proven Health Benefits of Dates

Dates are a fruit that come from the date palm tree, which is native to the Middle East, although they are also now grown in the Mediterranean, Asia, the USA and Mexico. Dates grow in large clusters which hang from the top of these palm trees. As they ripen, their skins turn brown and wrinkle as more and more moisture leaves the fruit. This is when they are usually harvested by hand, either by someone climbing up the palm or using a mechanical lift. When picked, they resemble a large shrivelled Read more [...]

The Tarot | History & Use !

The Tarot is probably one of the most popularly used tools of divination in the world today. While not as simple as some other methods, like pendulums or tea leaves, the Tarot has drawn people into its magic for centuries. Today, cards are available to purchase in hundreds of different designs. There is a Tarot deck for just about any practitioner, no matter where his or her interests may lie. Whether you’re a fan of Lord of the Rings or baseball, whether you love zombies or are interested Read more [...]

Amal-e-Tanaffus

This is a big, massive, awesome, and really important topic. I could write a 5,000-word essay on prana, but for the sake of your eyes and schedules, here’s a more digestible summary. Prana is a Sanskrit word that translates as “vital life force.” In urdu this will called ” Amal-e-Tanaffus ” . Understanding what prana is and how it works is like being given a key that can unlock new improved levels of health and well-being—on the inside and out. Our outermost layer, the physical body, Read more [...]

The Three Levels of Consciousness

The human mind can be divided into three levels of consciousness. These are: The Conscious: This is the level of awareness. It includes whatever you are aware of at the current moment and the mental processes and thoughts that are going on alongside that. For example, whatever you are seeing, thinking about, and the feeling of sitting on a chair are all examples of the conscious mind. The Subconscious/Preconscious: This is the level of accessible memory. It contains all of that information which Read more [...]

Silent Vibrations

The Life Absolute from which has sprung all that is felt, seen, and perceived, and into which all again merges in time, is a silent, motionless and eternal life which among the Sufis is called Zat. Every motion that springs forth from this silent life is a vibration and a creator of vibrations. Within one vibration are created many vibrations; as motion causes motion so the silent life becomes active in a certain part, and creates every moment more and more activity, losing thereby the peace of Read more [...]

Balancing the States of Mind

In your day-to-day life, you come across all kinds of situations that can be challenging and demanding a degree of alertness to be able to make good choices. These situations give rise to different states of mind, and neither life nor the states of mind occur with our permission. In fact, they often occur in direct defiance to our wishes. Meditation can bring about a balance between the different states of the mind. You can learn to switch from the tough aspect to the delicate aspect within you. Read more [...]

Meditation and Mind

We know that the human brain is a powerful organ, but many of us aren’t aware of how much the mind is truly capable of — and much more powerful it can become through deliberate training. By exercising the brain (yes, you can use repetition and habit as you do when you exercise the body), we can achieve what may have previously seemed nearly impossible. A multitude of studies have linked meditation with both physical and mental health benefits, from reduced depression and anxiety to improved Read more [...]

Lataif (The Spiritual Senses)

it may be mentioned that in Tasswwuf (Sufism), corresponding to the six physical senses of cognition, sight, hearing, touch, taste, smell and the hidden sixth sense, there are six spiritual senses of cognition to apprehend higher spiritual realities much beyond the scope of the physical. These are known as Lataif-e-Sitta. Lataif is the plural of Latifa which means a subtle sense and Sitta means six. These are: 1- Latifa-i-Nafs  : (Sensual) is located under the navel and the colour of its light Read more [...]

A Sixth Sense

he sixth sense is just that, an extrasensory perception (or ESP) beyond our five commonly recognized senses — hearing, taste, sight, smell and touch. The colloquial use of the term "sixth sense" refers to our ability to perceive something that isn’t apparently there, such as when you get a sense that the person you’re sitting next to on the train may have committed a felony. Or the sense that you forgot something at home when you accidentally left the house with your baby in the car seat on Read more [...]

Understanding the mind

The mind that thinks our thoughts is a pretty special place. But is it distinct from the brain? Is there, in fact, a soul directing our thoughts or are they determined entirely by the output of our biology? Could that mouse scampering through your garden be thinking deep thoughts, or are humans really special? Before there was cognitive science, before there was neurobiology -- before there was even biology -- humanists have wrestled with these questions. Traditionally, philosophy of mind scholars Read more [...]

The “Aql”

“Whoever contemplates divine knowing, and wishes to attain a complete sense of knowledge about Allah The Most High, his contemplation equals a thousand years of ritual worship. The real knowledge of knowing is this. By this knowledge I mean the state of unity. The one who knows reaches his Beloved, the One whom he misses, through this. The end of this state is to fly spiritually to the realm of real closeness.” Hazrat Shaykh Abdul Qadir Jilani RTA. The greater alem (realm; world) is aql (intelligence; Read more [...]

11 Benefits of Reiki

There are many wonderful benefits of Reiki. Reiki is a very simple process, but usually produces quite profound effects. The main purpose of a reiki treatment is not only to support the physical body, but also to promote a positive mind so you can experience more joy in life. The great thing about reiki is that one does not have to be ill to experience the benefits. Some come to Reiki to help with their energy levels, managing the stress of daily life or when transitions are happening in their Read more [...]

Reiki Symbols & Meanings

Whether you practice Reiki regularly, have experienced a Reiki session, or have just heard about it, the ancient healing practice—which is based on the idea that energy can be transferred through touch—thereby jump-starting the mental, emotional, and physical healing process—is endlessly fascinating. One of the most important and interesting elements of Reiki is its symbols. Reiki symbols allow people to take their Reiki practice one step further by allowing them to take the energy of Read more [...]

The Parapsychology

Parapsychology is the scientific and scholarly study of three kinds of unusual events (ESP, mind-matter interaction, and survival), which are associated with human experience. Parapsychology is the study of paranormal or superhuman experiences and events, such as hauntings, near-death experiences, and alien abductions. In the present, parapsychology is considered a pseudoscience because it appears to be scientific but lacks any empirical evidence or scientific method to back up that claim. Yet, Read more [...]