Dalai Lama Loves Everyone... Except For Dorje Shugden FollowersDalai Lama Loves Everyone... Except For Dorje Shugden Followers

The 14th Dalai Lama, Tibet's exiled spiritual leader, has for decades travelled the world with a message of peace, compassion and love that has won him hundreds of followers and admirers, made him one of the most respected and recognised religious leaders around Earth and got him the 1989 Nobel Peace Prize. "Love, kindness, compassion and tolerance are qualities common to all the great religions," he wrote on his Facebook page. He has brought his message to Christian, Jewish and Muslim

Santos Castillo

August 06

  • Combine Tarot And Herbs In Powerful Spells

    Here are 3 easy spells using the Tarot and herbs to clean your personal field for whatever you hope to increase in the coming months. One to boost communication skills, yet another to help enhance psychic skills and the next to remove resistance. General Technique Utilizing Tarot cards as correspondences in spells is an excellent kind of easy magick that looks simple on the surface however demands a solid understanding of the significance of these cards. These magickal cards have so many

    Sonja Harrison

    August 03

    Combine Tarot And Herbs In Powerful Spells
  • The Rise Of Spiritual Apps

    For centuries, spiritual practices meant seated meditations, and steady, controlled breaths: rituals which help us draw from the exterior and look within. Now, however, in a tech-crazed era, we could get a feeling of spirit using small icons on our phones. Nearly 1,000 meditation programs are now available, with large players such as Headspace ushering in 16 million downloads as of last year and raising almost $100 million in investments. Others such as Calm, Insight Timer, and Aura will also

    Wilbert Parks

    August 02

    The Rise Of Spiritual Apps

    When New Agers talk about Tantra, more often than not they’re actually referring to Neotantra, a modern movement focusing on sacred sexuality but having little to do with the ancient and medieval Tantrik traditions. According to Christopher D. Wallis in Tantra Illumined, a book that deals with nondual Ṥaiva Tantra, “no Indian tradition has been more misunderstood, relative to its deep influence on global spirituality, than Tantra.”The word Tantra simply means “treatise” and refers to divinely

    Lois Castro

    July 30

  • Intro to Tibetan Buddhism

    Tibetan Buddhism, the teaching of the Buddha as practiced and taught in Tibet, is at last becoming known to the world. Because of Tibet’s secluded location, the Buddhist tradition developed there for fourteen centuries in relative isolation, unknown or misunderstood by the outside world. A turning point came in the late 1950s, when the Communist Chinese takeover precipitated the migration of Tibetan teachers to India. Since then Tibetan Buddhist teachers have traveled further abroad and have

    Harry Byrd

    July 29

    Intro to Tibetan Buddhism
  • Variety Of Rune Spreads

    For divinatory purposes runes are often arranged in patterns known as "spreads". In a spread the sequence in which runes are drawn determines their position and significance. Each place in a rune spread has a meaning attached to it, so the first rune might represent "past events", the second "that which prevents growth", the third "current situation" etc. Spreads can range from anything from two runes up to a full 24-rune layout. All spreads in use today are modern inventions since we know very

    Stacy Collier

    July 24

    Variety Of Rune Spreads
  • The Mystery behind Letter X on Your Palms: Only 3% people Would Have It

    Based on the ancient knowledge of palmistry, we know how the palm lines and symbols are associated with our personalities and future prospects in terms of career, life, marriage, money and health.This popular ancient practice of foretelling the future through the study of the palm, has its roots traced back to Indian (Hindu-Vedic) astrology. Based on several scriptures around the world, its been deduced that several thousand years ago, Hindu sage Valmiki authored a book containing 567 verses.It

    Steve Spencer

    July 23

    The Mystery behind Letter X on Your Palms: Only 3% people Would Have It