The Third and Fourth Principle of Reiki
Jan 17th, 2012 by Aldouspi

The Third and Fourth Principle of Reiki

The principles that are used in Reiki are a basis for you to be able to continue to heal and call on universal energies as a way to unblock energies that you may have inside of you. In relation to the principles are several concepts and ideas to their being and meaning. These principles are used to change both the internal environment that you have as well as to know how to respond to the external environment that is constantly surrounding you.

The third principle states to "do your work with appreciation." In relation to this is the fourth principle which says that it is important to "be kind to people." These are both important in relation to the Reiki method as they will help in your healing and in the flow of universal energies.

Many who do not respond to the external environment with kindness and appreciation after they go through a Reiki healing method may find that there is a block in energy that reappears. Part of the importance in the healing method is to change the ways in which you respond to your environment. The third and fourth principles are important to learn because of this.

When one responds to their environment without care or with an attitude that is not kind towards others, it causes the energy that is available from the universe to be blocked. This is because the internal attitude causes negative energy to take over. In turn, this will stop the universal energies from flowing through one in their days work. This will not only stop the universal energies internally, but will also stop them from the others who are an important part of your daily life. This will be reflected both through the work as well as the relationships you have with others.

The external as well as the internal environments in Reiki are both important when one decides to go through the healing process. If you decide to begin the Reiki method, it means employing these different principles. By doing this, you will not only allow yourself for an energy healing and cleansing, but will also allow for this cleansing to continue while you are in an external environment.

These principles can then be used in relation to the first and second principles that are available. These state that for today, you do not worry and you are not angry. This allows for your internal setting of energy to be positive. When this is reflected with the external energies in your work environment, as well as with people around you, it helps for the universal energies to continue to flow.

Practicing the Reiki principles are an important part in helping to continue healing. By putting these different aspects into practice, it will help one to remain physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually healthy. The Reiki principles are said to be an important part of the Reiki training as it allows for those involved continuing the healing practice outside of the practitioner or classroom setting.


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Meditation Techniques Beginner’s Guide
Feb 18th, 2011 by Aldouspi

Meditation Techniques: Beginner's Guide

Our soul, just like our body, needs food to grow and perform efficiently. We try to get our hands on every possible luxury of life so that we can lead a comfortable life. But besides the availability of several material resources we constantly face cacophony because we fail to pay proper attention to our soul which results in dissatisfaction and frustration. Meditation teaches us to strike a balance between our internal powers and external environment. A person practicing mediation is in a strong position to control his thoughts and emotions to use them positively for his wellbeing.

Though meditation is a healing process of internal structure but it's not something that must be postponed until one observes the signs of aggravation and agitation in him. You can devote a certain part of the day for this spiritual exercise. Meditation reveals the strengths and weaknesses of your inner being and introduces you to a mechanism that can bring peace to your fast-paced life. Confusion and uncertainty about your own self and regarding fellow beings diminish, which can practically help you to maintain social contacts more confidently.

On contrary to the general perception that people hold regarding the complexity of meditation, beginning is fairly easy. In this era of urgency and rush, you have to find time for your inner self. To empower your awareness and realization capability, you can initiate this soothing process easily. You'll notice a revolutionized life once you get to know the power of meditation and the way it can enlighten your intricate problems.

You don't have to join a healing centre for this. Try this at home and reap the benefits of self-realization. Find a corner in your house where you can sit peacefully and will not be distracted by noise or any other activity. If you have a large sofa or a chair where you can sit at ease with legs crossed, sit there in a comfy posture. Otherwise sit on carpet. Try to forget every appointment and engagement that you have for the upcoming days.

You have to disconnect yourself from the outer world in order to listen to your soul. Close your eyes and all other receivers that can possibly distract you. The moment you close your eyes, you move one step closer to your inner self. When you save your energy and dedicate it solely to meditation, a new sense of unveiling your deep down realities surrenders you. Focus on what your soul shows you.

Try to bring peace in yourself. Examine your thoughts that come through your mind and pay attention to internal mental activities. Thoughts that were pushed to subconscious begin to clarify and more explicable. You must indulge your thoughts into some kind of rhyme. A Sanskrit verse is suggested 'amaram hum madhuram hum' which reinforces bliss and immortality.

After this spiritual process, don't spring to world abruptly rather make a slow end. Touch your face with your hands to provide warmth. Make meditation an integral part of your routine and try it twice a day, especially at the beginning and ending of the day.

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Serenity
Dec 12th, 2010 by Aldouspi

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Serenity

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Serenity refers to a state of peacefulness where the mind is calm and unruffled by the external environment. This higher spiritual echelon, or inner peace, is accompanied by a sense of contentment and bliss. Human beings are distinct from all other life forms due to their intelligence and consciousness. The conscious mind perceives the external world and feels various emotions based on experiences and perception.

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Serenity, Serenity Prayers, Serenity Spas, Serenity Symbols

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Serenity refers to a state of peacefulness where the mind is calm and unruffled by the external environment. This higher spiritual echelon, or inner peace, is accompanied by a sense of contentment and bliss. Human beings are distinct from all other life forms due to their intelligence and consciousness. The conscious mind perceives the external world and feels various emotions based on experiences and perception.

These feelings, emotions, and sentiments, in turn, determine our inner equilibrium or "inner life." Consciousness, which stems from internalization of social values and morals, also plays a major role in directing the inner equilibrium. Most of the time, the inner life or equilibrium of a human mind is in a disturbed state. The mind is never at peace, and chaos reigns due to anger, shame, feelings of guilt, and sadness. The human mind strives to achieve the right balance or equilibrium. The eternal quest for the ultimate goal

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