Why “THE POWERS THAT BE” are So Desperate to Reduce Carbon Dioxide on OUR Planet? Gregg Braden joins John L. Petersen of the Arlington Institute for a casual friendly chat. Topics for today’s episode is Demonization of Carbon Dioxide on Global Stage. Gregg Braden shows the data and you decide for yourself.
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Meditation and Fasting As a Spiritual Practice
We live in a inseparable physical and metaphysical worlds. As we have learned in the past three years, the world was not as it seemed. Regardless of our differences or beliefs, we are all spiritual beings living in a material world to learn and evolve spiritual. We are all challenged daily, from interacting with others to just one of those really not so good days. What we fail to consider how our thoughts, emotions and actions affect not only ourselves, but those around us and even the world. All those interactions generate energy, positive and negative, affecting us, those around us and even the world. We have and are at this moment designing and creating our world.
Meditation is a spiritual practice along with fasting, that can expand a person perspective and help shape your idea of the physical and metaphysical worlds. Meditation is a natural relaxation state of the mind. While many hear the word “fast” and panic, it truly is spiritual practice to test your will and desire, only if practice intermittently. There are many different fasting methods and most people are able engage 24 to 72 hour period with either a water or juice fast. Others may like the intermitting fasting, blocking a daily time to eat, normally a 6-8 hours period, i.e. 10AM to 5Pm. Eat only during those hours and fast until the next day. Fasting has been used therapeutically since at least the 5th century BCE, when Greek physician Hippocrates recommended abstinence from food or drink for patients who exhibited certain symptoms of illness. Do what works for you and in time, you will realize the tremendous benefits.
The proper way to meditate is just start. You will develop a practice over time but start with what works for you. Sitting in a chair or floor with good posture, close your eyes, take 5–10 slow deep breaths, following your breath. Your relaxing your mind so try not to think of anything. Just focus on a point in the front of eyes. You will find your thoughts drifting to the interactions of the day, just bring the focus back to the point in front of the eyes. The time you meditate is up to you.
Meditation and Fasting are spiritual practices between you and the Divine, expanding and shaping your conception of a world that’s changing before our eyes. There is no better time than to discover your true-self.