Outer divisions of time into minutes, hours, days, weeks, and so forth are man-made. From the spiritual viewpoint there is no such thing as time in the way that man has come to regard it. With God a thousand years are as one day and one day is as a thousand years. Time signifies the measure of events. The events are the main thing and they should always be recognized in that way, else the measure of them assumes undue importance. Divisions of time signify degrees of unfoldment.
One’s consciousness is the sum total of “time,” as we know it is spent in the body you currently inhabit. Revelation 1:8 reveals, “I am the Alpha and the Omega, who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty.” Isn’t it fascinating that Jesus Christ is the focal point of how we measure human existence, how the world measures time? Historical time is either BC (before Christ) or A.D (after His death). Scripture even tells us the best use of our time should be spent searching for, finding and honouring the Almighty by mirroring as best as we can. Time is the key to our existence. It is the essence of life as we know it. Unfortunately, most of us measure time in our consciousness as minutes, hours, days etc. The result of squandering time is basically a bankrupt soul.
In Rajyoga meditation, we initiate ourselves in Brahma Muhurta, early wee hours prior to sunrise. This time is designed to meditate, pray or get involved in any kind of spiritual activity and get immersed in the deep thoughts of rising and emerging into a soul full of clean, pure and wise thoughts.
Performing the whole day in the brim of knowledge being loveful, being peaceful, being blissful will not only help us to forgive our bad karmas but will also make us refined souls and help us to appreciate the time and utilise it in the appropriate direction of life. Thus, time is a Great teacher.
One should not be impressed by the outer glitz and glam of today’s world (with the aesthetic packaging of Lust, Anger, Greed, Attachment and Ego; everywhere) but have an insight into one’s life and realise that peace and happiness reside in the life of a person who has a sense of morality and purity.
The Art of Soul Consciousness: Embracing Positivity in Others Welcome to The Sweet Soul World Ten thousand DVDs around me! How do I tell one
Embracing self-love and authenticity is a journey that leads to profound personal growth and peace. By understanding the dynamics of human interactions and the futility of seeking universal approval, we can build a resilient self that remains unshaken by external opinions.
The journey towards a life enriched with purity, happiness, and inner peace begins with embracing the divine wisdom. It’s about understanding and applying the teachings of God in our everyday lives. We are encouraged to take ownership of our spiritual growth, constantly immersing ourselves in the ocean of wisdom, and letting it transform our thoughts and actions. This journey is not just about seeking divine intervention but about actively participating in our own transformation.
This piece explores how simple things like Christmas decorations can become beautiful and bring joy, just like we can change and find happiness within ourselves. It says that when we take care of ourselves and grow inside, it’s like making something pretty. It’s like decorating a tree – we should fill our lives with happiness and love instead of feeling sad or fake. And it shows how changing our inside (the soul) can make us happier and help us spread love to others, even when times are tough during the holidays.