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Senses Chakra

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Beliefs and principles are what we put our faith in. Our own individual sense of faith is acknowledged, expressed and reflected in all religions of the world.
:: Chant/Prayer
Click to enlargeTreasures found of ancient wisdom, perspective in the life giving sun. Wisdom still to be recovered. Pure freedom is discovered.
:: Dualism - Two Basic Opposing Elements
Click to enlargeAny philosophical system that seeks to explain all phenomena in terms of two distinct and irreducible principles. It is opposed to monism and pluralism. In Plato's philosophy there is an ultimate dualism of being and becoming, of ideas and matter. Aristotle criticized Plato's doctrine of the transcendence of ideas, but he was unable to escape the dualism of form and matter. In modern metaphysics this dualism has been a persistent concept.

A person in pain is being spoken to by that part of himself That know only how to communicate this way.
:: Metaphor
We are never being punished, only being taught. Everything is a teaching.
:: Faith
Indigenous Sacred Ways
People from around the globe still follow local sacred ways which have been handed down to them from their remote ancestors and adapted to contemporary circumstances. These are traditional indigenous people - descendants of the original inhabitants of lands that are now controlled by political systems in which they have little influence. Some of the indigenous people who follow the ancient spiritual traditions still live close to the earth in non-industrial small-scale cultures. They also maintain a sacred way of life that is distinctively different from all other religions. Indigenous people, everything in the cosmos is intimately interrelated. A symbol of unity among the parts of this sacred unity is a circle. Indigenous people hold the circle as sacred because it is infinite - it has no beginning and no end, (not all indigenous people regard this, some say it is restricting and stifling). Life evolves around the generational cycles of birth, youth, maturity, physical death, the return of the seasons, the cyclical movements of the moon, sun, stars and planets. Awareness of one's relationship to the Greater Power is thought to be essential, but the Power itself remains unseen and mysterious.