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Siddhis and the Powers of Consciousness – Tom Kenyon

The Siddhis… a further topic of conversation with my Sister, this one. Her comments? ‘Everyone is born with these abilities. We are just educated into believing they’re wrong…’

Recommended reading and I’d love to thank the wonderful Pauline for sharing this article with us ❤

💜 SHEKINAH EL DAOUD 💜 JUPITER ANGELICUS STARSHIP PROTECTOR WITH EL DAOUD ASSISTED BY ANUBIS IN ACTIVATING & HOLDING LIGHT ON GAIA

art Freer Sackler - The Smithsonian's Museum of Asian Art ART : Freer Sackler – The Smithsonian’s Museum of Asian Art

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Siddhis and the Powers of Consciousness

by Tom Kenyon

My first encounter with yogic powers was in my early twenties. I had gone to Atlanta with some friends for a rock festival and we had slipped into some shops on Peach Street. This was the late sixties and although the flower era had ended in San Francisco, it had just caught up with Atlanta. Day-glow colored buildings, tie-dyed shirts and psychedelic rock abounded.

One of my compatriots wanted to check out a really weird shop with clouds of incense that would shame any Catholic church. At the time, the music sounded really, really strange to this southern boy from Virginia. The music? Sitars. The shelves were filled with books about yoga and other exotic things. Then, as we were leaving, my eyes caught a book entitled Autobiography of…

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Rewriting Old Programs – Theresa Crabtree

I am in the process of releasing and healing from deep emotional wounds at the current time. Many fears are being released, signs shown that my life is going to change whether I like it or not.

This article arrived at the right time.

Thank you Theresa, and thank you to Pauline for sharing the article ❤

💜 SHEKINAH EL DAOUD 💜 JUPITER ANGELICUS STARSHIP PROTECTOR WITH EL DAOUD ASSISTED BY ANUBIS IN ACTIVATING & HOLDING LIGHT ON GAIA

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Rewriting Old Programs

Rewriting Old Programs
One method of forgiving yourself and others involves a policy of “fake it ‘til you make it.” Have you ever watched a movie or listened to a story that emotionally engaged you? It matters not whether it was fiction or based on a factual event, you responded as though it were real and cried, laughed or felt various other emotions. You were feeling the experience as though it were your own or feeling compassion for those involved in the story. Your subconscious mind was taking the story literally, for it does not know the difference between fiction and reality.

This knowledge can be used as a healing process. You can program your unconscious mind to record events to help yourself heal. What we encourage you to do is to write down a few specific statements, such as, “I forgive…

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