Interview of Ayurvedic doctor and Vedic Astrologer Mas Vidal

Mas Vidal discusses Kalyug secrets and length of Kalyug, he also goes into the secrets of how Sun is actually a binary star which I have discussed in other videos, where Sirius Sun, which is known as the blue body. The closer Sirius gets to our sun the more consciousnesses aware humans will become. He also discusses how to cure cancer through Ayurveda and even tumors.

These videos are based on the ancient science of Vedic Astrology known as Jyotish in India. These programs are to educate everyone on the importance and accuracy of astrology why it still matters. Astrology is not so easy to understand and it’s not that difficult to master. But, there are some methods that were lost in pop culture astrology known as daily, weekly, monthly and yearly horoscopes.

What I bring to the table is the truth about astrology and astronomy of India.

‘Beyond No Self’ by Nirmala

The spiritual journey is a movement away from over-identification with the body and mind to the rediscovery of our true identity as infinite Being, and this can be two different movements. The first is disidentification with the body and mind. Since identification is simply a movement of thought, dis-identification is simply a movement away from thought. The ego identification that we experience most of the time is the result of repeated thoughts about “I”, “me,” and “mine.”
‘Beyond No Self’ by Nirmala explores these ideas, practices other nondual themes.

After a lifetime of spiritual seeking, Nirmala met his teacher, Neelam, a devotee of H.W.L. Poonja (Papaji). She convinced him that seeking wasn’t necessary; and after experiencing a profound spiritual awakening in India, he began offering satsang and Nondual Spiritual Mentoring with Neelam’s blessing. This tradition of spiritual wisdom has been most profoundly disseminated by Ramana Maharshi, a revered Indian saint, who was Papaji’s teacher. Nirmala’s perspective was also profoundly expanded by his friend and teacher Adyashanti.

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Sudden versus Gradual Realization, Satsang with Nirmala

Does self-realization happen suddenly or gradually? In this satsang with Nirmala, he points to how self realization can happen suddenly or gradually, and how ultimately every experience is a part of Being realizing itself.

Nirmala is a nondual spiritual teacher in the Advaita tradition of self inquiry. He offers satsang gatherings across the United States and around the world as a celebration of the possibility, in every moment, of recognizing the limitless love that is our true nature. He also offers Nondual Spiritual Mentoring, or spiritual guidance, in one-on-one satsang sessions either in person or over the phone. He is the author of several books about nonduality, spirituality, enlightenment, and spiritual awakening, including a collection of spiritual poems entitled Gifts with No Giver.

27 Flavors of Fulfillment: How to Live Life to the Fullest!: 27 Experts Show You How to Experience Lasting Happiness, Health, and Fulfillment (Volume 1) ~ by Nathan Crane

In this compelling look at life, 27 expert authors share their deepest insights and vast wisdom on what it means to live a fulfilling life. Packed with real world examples and personal stories, this book shows a way to solve the problems of inner conflict, depression, career, relationships, and health crises. Each chapter shares a new viewpoint on how it’s possible to live an abundant, healthy, happy, and meaningful life, no matter the circumstances.

In this book you will get hundreds of brand new ideas on how to positively impact your personal and professional life and the lives of your loved ones. Your are invited to never settle for anything less than your life’s greatest and most fulfilling purpose again! You’ll learn Meditation practices, steps for enjoying a deeper connection to the Divine, manifestation techniques, discovering your true self-worth, enhancing intimate relationships, co-creating a higher level of inner peace, and fulfilling your life’s purpose. It shows how a higher level of thinking – in harmony with our life’s purpose – can lead to lasting happiness. As an added value and thank you to the reader, you will find $716.00 in valuable bonuses in the back of the book offered by many of the contributing authors to help support your continued journey to true happiness. As an owner of this book, you will get these bonuses absolutely free.

Nathan Crane is a highly sought after 26 year old speaker, author, and teacher of “LIFE”. He is the Founder of The Panacea Community and Director of Panacea Life School. Nathan is the author of “The Panacea Cleanse”, and author of a best selling anthology, “27 Flavors of Fulfillment; How to Live Life to the Fullest!”

From addiction, dependency, and homelessness, to a profound spiritual awakening and international entrepreneur of conscious intuitive living, Nathan found his life’s purpose in helping people connect to their deepest innate and divine qualities of life.

Speaking to millions of people around the world, Nathan strives towards helping individuals understand their true nature and co-create their ideal lifestyle in alignment with the Universal Truths of Human Existence.

Nathan’s story of transformation will inspire you to live a more fulfilling and meaningful life with higher levels of health, abundance, and consciousness.

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27 Flavors of Fulfillment – How to Live Life to the Fullest

Published on Apr 17, 2013

Dear life-loving friend,

How would you like to sit down with 27 life-loving master teachers who thrive in their lives and pick their brains on how they have cracked the code on truly living a fulfilling, happy, abundant and meaningful life?

I’m talking about well known expert authors like: Alan Cohen Sonia Choquette Dr. Robert Young Gangaji Guy Finley Dr. Leonard Coldwell Colin Tipping Derek Rydall Danielle MacKinnon Cindy Kubica

Plus a variety of people who have spent their entire life developing and practicing what they teach like: David Dibble Laura “Chiraya” Fox Steven Sadleir Adam Gainsburg Brent Phillips

And many others!

Not only will you get to sit with these authors and ask them questions during our live webcast, but you will get to learn from their life’s greatest lessons through our newest collaborative anthology book project called:

27 Flavors of Fulfillment;

How to Live Life to the Fullest!

27 experts show you how to experience lasting happiness, health, and fulfillment!

Would you like to dive into the minds of 27 of the world’s leading experts and learn how to truly live an abundantly happy, meaningful, and fulfilling life?

Get hundreds of brand new ideas on how to positively impact your personal and professional life and the lives of your loved ones. The truth is that you’ll never have to settle for anything less than your highest potential ever again!

Here’s the deal. 27 of the world’s leading experts wrote down their stories, experiences, and expert advice on how they have come to experience a meaningful, abundant, healthy, and fulfilling life.

They gave us their insights, wisdom, methods, and techniques that they’ve used to experience lasting peace, happiness, and fulfillment for themselves and their millions of clients.

If you’re fortunate enough to get your hands on this groundbreaking anthology, you’ll discover how these 27 people have found a way to enjoy life to the fullest!

But it’s not just the “rich and famous” who are living fulfilled. You’ll also discover how everyday people like you and I… folks who don’t live with giant swimming pools and huge bank accounts… live with meaning and fulfillment doing exactly what they love and what they feel they’ve come to the planet to do.

They are living and fulfilling their life’s purpose! And you can too!

Care of the Soul : A Guide for Cultivating Depth and Sacredness in Everyday Life ~ Thomas Moore

New York Times bestseller for over ten months, this is a life-style guide that shows how to add spirituality, depth, and meaning to modern-day life by nurturing the soul. It shows you how to look more deeply into emotional problems and sense the sacredness in ordinary things, easing frustration and emptiness and broadening your perspective on the meaning of your life.

Thomas Moore’s books have sold over two million copies. Care of the Soul and Soul Mates are both New York Times bestsellers.

Thomas Moore was a monk in a Catholic religious order for twelve years and has degrees in theology, musicology, and philosophy. A former professor of psychology, he is the author of Care of the Soul, Soul Mates, The Re-Enchantment of Everyday Life, The Education of the Heart, The Soul of Sex, and Original Self. He lives in New Hampshire with his wife and two children.

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Thomas Moore Care of the Soul

Thomas Moore is the author of the New York Times bestselling book, Care of the Soul, and numerous other books on deepening spirituality and cultivating soul in every aspect of life. He has been a monk, a musician, a university professor, and a psychotherapist, and today he lectures widely on holistic medicine, spirituality, psychotherapy, and the arts.

Being and Listening: Counselling, Psychoanalysis and the Ontology of Listening by Peter Wilberg

This book, the oldest and first of several publications by Peter Wilberg on the ontological dimension of listening in both psychotherapy and somatic medicine, is dedicated to the fulfilment of Martin Heidegger’s hope that his thinking would “…escape the confines of the philosopher’s study and become of benefit to wider circles, in particular to a large number of suffering human beings.”

The German word for listening (zuhören) belongs to a family of words including ‘to hear’ (hören), to belong (gehören) and ‘belonging together’ (Zugehörigkeit). The essential unity or ‘belonging together’ of ‘Being and Listening’ was nowhere more strikingly affirmed than in a saying of the German thinker Martin Heidegger: “We hear, not the ear.” This saying indicates that it is not bodies or ears but beings that hear. It also hints at a dimension of ‘belonging together’ or ‘we-ness’ in the activity of hearing and of listening.

For how a human being addresses us, what they say to us – and the manner in which they say it – is itself and already a response to the way in which we are or are not listening to and ‘hearing’ them – the wavelength of our listening attunement to them. Conversely, as Heidegger goes on to say: “…if we hear, something is not merely added to what the ear picks up; rather, what the ear perceives and how it perceives will already be attuned (gestimmt) and determined (bestimmt) by what we hear…” Such a Heideggerian ‘language of listening’, which speaks in a German vocabulary, may be unfamiliar to those whose approach to counselling is shaped by terminologies derived from Freud, Rogers or new ‘cognitive’ therapies.

Yet it has a power to radically deepen our experience of what we call ‘listening’; allowing us to understand it merely as a prelude to some form of therapeutic response – nor as a one among other counselling ‘skills’ or ‘techniques’ – but rather as our most primordial way of ‘being with’ and ‘bearing with’ another human being in pregnant silence. It through this capacity to patiently ‘be’ and ‘bear with’ another person’s suffering that they in turn can come to be with and ‘bear’ it in a more patient way – thus granting it time to bear forth or give birth, not just to newly felt questions and insights, but to a whole ‘inner bearing’ towards their life world and relationships, i.e. to a new way of being – one itself rooted in a new way of listening.

Peter Wilberg (born in London in 1952) is an independent thinker and author of ethnic German and Jewish-German background.

Though he holds an MA in Philosophy and Politics (Oxon, 1994) and in Humanistic Psychology (Antioch, 1980) he has since pursued his lifelong research, work and writing outside the framework of academia and without any form of institutional support or funding.

As well as writing, Peter Wilberg gives individualised philosophical and experiential counselling, mentoring, supervision, teaching, therapy, meditational training and ‘life doctoring’ at his U.K. home in Whitstable, Kent.

His work has given rise to a wide range of both original philosophical insights and pioneering practices in the areas of phenomenological science and research, therapeutic listening, existential and phenomenological medicine, consciousness studies, the nature of music and tonal awareness, semiotics, non-dual and focusing-oriented therapy, awareness-based ‘cognitive therapy’, aware and embodied relating, gnosticism, yoga and tantra – leading to both individual and shared, bi-personal meditation and metaphysical experiencing.

The philosophical foundation of Peter Wilberg’s work is a new ‘field-phenomenology’ that he calls ‘The Awareness Principle’. This is the recognition that awareness or ‘subjectivity’ has an essentially universal and field character. As such, it is neither the product of any thing or body nor the private property of any individual ‘subject’, ‘ego’ or ‘being’. Awareness, in other words, is nothing that is ‘yours’ or ‘mine’. Instead all bodies and all beings are individualized portions and expressions of potentialities latent in a universal awareness field – one that is the very essence of ‘the divine’. Every ‘being’ or ‘body’, ‘thing’ or ‘phenomenon’ therefore, is not just something we are or can be aware of. It also is an awareness or ‘consciousness’ in its own right -manifesting unique field-patterns and qualities of awareness latent in the universal awareness field that is its source. What is called ‘God’ then, is neither a being nor Being, but Awareness as such, all-ecompassing and all-pervading.

“The Being of all things that are recognised in Awareness in turn depends on Awareness.” ~ Sri Abhinavagupta

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