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How Spiritual Communities Can Help You Grow on the Inside

January 16, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Religion

It is highly common for many who go by the many kinds of organized religions questioning everyone and everything in the world when they have no source for answers. It’s healthy for them to come to a conclusion that they are part of something they can’t explain. Though, for many of those not a part of an organized religion, they will find it difficult to obtain the answers and will be discouraged due to not having access to the proper resources to help them along the way. Without any source of spiritualism in their life, they tend to look within themselves for the answer. Sometimes, looking inside isn’t good enough. Social interaction is the next step, that is where people head online and look at the number of places online and the read the many spiritual blogs to find help.

The Dharmic Life of Rama

January 4, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Religion

Rama is referred to as protector Lord Vishnu’s 7th avtar. Ramayana is an epic in Hindu religion, in which Rama is the main character. That’s why he is known to all Hindu believers. He is the embodiment of righteousness, kindness and courage. As the son of Dasaratha and Kausalya, he was born in Ayodhya. Rama is the prince of the clan of Suryavansha and considered to have born in Treta Yuga, in the 3rd quarter.

Avoid Temptations On Our Own

January 4, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Spirituality

All of us are living in a world where temptations are bountiful. They’re scattered almost everywhere and in every form. In some cases they even disguise themselves with the form of our personal needs during our most hopeless times. In order to avoid temptations, all of us must strengthen our barriers: the barriers inside our thoughts, hearts and souls.

11/11/11 Date or fate

January 4, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Spirituality

Psychics, astrologers and numerologists have long had an interest in dates with repeating numbers. The palendri-cal situation happens only 14 times in any given 100 years. When a repeated numbers occur in a date, like 11.11.11 and the number can be read both ways and the meaning is the same, it is also call a Palendromic date.

Effective Urns for Ashes

January 4, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Spirituality

Accessories made in wooden urns come in a variety of styles and can add that little few, personalized touch your loved one deserves. There are also less expensive options to decorate a plain or discount wooden urns for ashes. If you are expecting to find a tasteful, budget-friendly way to honor your loved one; do not spend more on the urn itself.

Reiki and Religion

January 4, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Religion

It is easy to take one part of someone’s teaching, and go off on a tangent. A tangent is an angle. And, many people have claimed to teach Christianity but were really off on their own little angle (not angel). Rather than being a Prophet, or one who proclaims God’s whole Truth, they choose to be a Profit for their own little version of truth. It’s really pretty easy to get off course.

The St. Michael Medallion Recognizes People who Work for Peace, Safety and Security.

January 3, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Religion

The St .Michael Medal is named for the Archangel Michael who makes many powerful appearances in the Bible. As the field commander in the Army of God, Michael is regarded as a powerful, spiritual, general and soldier for Christ. Accordingly, St. Michael is the patron saint of the warrior, who Catholics have designated as the protector of those who strive to preserve peace, security and safety. Members of the armed forces, law enforcement officers, firefighters and others who work to serve and protect us all daily, regard St. Michael as their patron saint.

The St. Michael Medallion Recognizes Bravery and Those Who Work for Peace, Safety and Security.

January 3, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Religion

The St .Michael Medallion is named for the Archangel Michael who makes numerous powerful appearances in the Bible. As the field leader in the God’s Army, Michael is considered a strong, spiritual, general and soldier for Christ. Consequently, St. Michael is the patron saint of the soldier, who Catholics have identified as the defender of those that endeavor to maintain peace, safety and security. Individuals the military, police officers, firefighters as well as others who try to serve and protect all of us every day, consider St. Michael as their patron saint.