How Spirituality is in Consciousness Not Emotion


Consciousness is the spiritual part of a human being and it’s fully active by being aware of the present moment.


Human consciousness however is a small part of the greater spiritual consciousness that could exist within the psyche.

When the greater spiritual consciousnesses of the Being and the Son merges with the basic human consciousness the individual is transformed.

Greater spiritual consciousness manifests not as a thought, nor as an emotion, nor as any kind of feeling that anyone would recognize. It manifests in its own way, in its own nature.

It is not an emotion, so it doesn’t bring about any kind of emotional response within the body or within the psyche.

It does not make anyone have pleasant looks or wild gestures, gushing emotions, nor happy smiles—nothing of that—all of that belongs to the world of emotions. It is not an emotion.

It does not give the sense or feeling of stupor, like when some people practice meditation and they have a slow kind of feeling. That’s not the spiritual manifesting.

It could not be thought of as being a beautiful or loving emotion or anything like that, as neither thought nor emotion are the direct manifestation of the spiritual within.

When the spiritual manifests within, it has a completely different way of working within. It does not trigger an emotion—it has its own perception. Anything that is of an emotional feeling is of an ego nature, and is not of the spirit.

When consciousness manifests it brings clarity to the psyche. To experience it, practice awareness wherever you are, or go for a walk in awareness and you’ll find that in moments you become clear and then all the spiritual properties of consciousness within you can come forth.

Credits: Spirituality


The world’s largest Mall is opening in Dubai


Dubai is building a massive temperature-controlled “city” that will house an 8 million square foot shopping complex called the “Mall of The World,” the United Arab Emirates’ ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, announced Saturday, according to Khaleej Times.

The entire project will be 48 million square feet, including approximately 100 hotels, a theme park, numerous theaters, and medical tourism facilties that will be connected to create the world’s first temperature-controlled city, according to Reuters.

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Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid’s announcement did not include the total cost of the project nor the estimated date of completion.

The massive complex, which can host an estimated 180 million visitors annually, is the UAE’s latest retail and leisure-based development project aimed at improving investor sentiment towards the rapid appreciation of property prices.

Dubai — the most populated city in the UAE — continues to recover from its 2009 debt crisis as well as criticisms from the IMF that new…

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17 Reasons These People Deserve Gold Medal For Their Love For Animals

We read time to time heart melting stories of people helping animals. So here we come up with 17 of the best moments when people prove that they have heart of gold for helpless animals. They can do everything they capable of to rescue animals and keep them happy and healthy.

1. This Respect For Police Dog


2. These Evening Swims For Aging Dog


3. This Baby Deer Rescue


4. This Firefighter


5. This Good Guy Marine


6. This Guy Sleeping With Orphaned Rhino Calf


7. This Help of Disabled Fish


8. This Help Of Tear Gas Victim Dog


9. This Homeless Brazilian Living With Pets


10. This Homeless Man Who Saved His Rabbit


11. This Little Girl Reading For Hurt Kitty


12. This Little Girl With Heart Of Gold


13. This Little Kid


14. This Man Carrying His Dog Through The Deep Waters


15. This Police Officer


16. These School Kids Helping Puppy


17. This Rescue Of Stuck Squirrel


Sources: Stumble


The earth’s curve in a record-breaking balloon flight


Sky’s the limit when it comes to picking your choice for space travel! As space tourism is set to take off, so are the spaceflight companies who are wooing bold travelers with out-of-the-world options and experiences.  Last month, the commercial balloon spaceflight from World View Enterprises, successfully completed a scaled test flight of its high-altitude balloon systems and broke the world record for the highest parafoil flight in the process. Crossing a major milestone for the company, this marks the first time all elements of the spaceflight system were tested together. 

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Get A Grip On Time

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by Kay Wilson (KoachKay)

Ever have a busy day, when you collapse on the couch after dinner and think, “What did I do today? What did I accomplish?”

If you work an 8 hour day. Were they completely productive hours, focused on projects or activity to really grow your business?

My friend and mentor, Jay C, advised me to work in blocks of time. Choose 6 things on your daily “To Do List”. (You made that list last night, right?) He said, “each block should be 30 minutes”. So 6 projects accomplished in 3 hours. Easy to fit that in your day. Remember Fun, Simple, & Magical, of course, you have other personal or family stuff to do. Put your personal stuff on your calendar too, we hear how important to 1st have a calendar, I use Google calendar, it alerts me of each “to do thing” or appointment I…

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I stumbled upon a very strange book called 50 things you are not supposed to know. It’s written by an unknown author Russ Kick. It was so interesting that I spent all evening reading it. Only 68 pages and each page had it’s own set of surprises.


I don’t know about if it is true or not as I don’t have any means to verify if it is true or not. Sharing this with you is probably the best way to know the reality behind this book.

1. The Ten Commandments We Always See Aren’t the Ten Commandments

2. One of the Popes Wrote an Erotic Book

3. The CIA Commits Over 100,000 Serious Crimes Each Year

4. The First CIA Agent to Die in the Line of Duty Was Douglas Mackiernan

5. After 9/11, the Defense Department Wanted to Poison Afghanistan’s Food Supply

6. The US Government Lies About the Number of Terrorism Convictions It Obtains
7. The US Is Planning to Provoke Terrorist Attacks

8. The US and Soviet Union Considered Detonating Nuclear Bombs on the Moon

9. Two Atomic Bombs Were Dropped on North Carolina

10. World War III Almost Started in 1995

11. The Korean War Never Ended

12. Agent Orange Was Used in Korea

13. Kent State Wasn’t the Only ? or Even the First ? Massacre of College Students During the Vietnam Era

14. Winston Churchill Believed in a Worldwide Jewish Conspiracy

15. The Auschwitz Tattoo Was Originally an IBM Code Number

16. Adolph Hitler’s Blood Relatives Are Alive and Well in New York State

17. Around One Quarter of “Witches” Were Men

18. The Virginia Colonists Practiced Cannibalism

19. Many of the Pioneering Feminists Opposed Abortion

20. Black People Served in the Confederate Army

21. Electric Cars Have Been Around Since the 1880s

22. Juries Are Allowed to Judge the Law, Not Just the Facts

23. The Police Aren’t Legally Obligated to Protect You

24. The Government Can Take Your House and Land, Then Sell Them to Private Corporations

25. The Supreme Court Has Ruled That You’re Allowed to Ingest Any Drug, Especially If You’re an Addict

26. The Age of Consent in Most of the US Is Not Eighteen

27. Most Scientists Don’t Read All of the Articles They Cite

28. Louis Pasteur Suppressed Experiments That Didn’t Support His Theories

29. The Creator of the GAIA Hypothesis Supports Nuclear Power

30. Genetically-Engineered Humans Have Already Been Born

31. The Insurance Industry Wants to Genetically Test All Policy Holders

32. Smoking Causes Problems Other Than Lung Cancer and Heart Disease

33. Herds of Milk-Producing Cows Are Rife With Bovine Leukemia Virus

34. Most Doctors Don’t Know the Radiation Level of CAT Scans

35. Medication Errors Kill Thousands Each Year

36. Prescription Drugs Kill Over 100,000 Annually

37. Work Kills More People Than War

38. The Suicide Rate Is Highest Among the Elderly

39. For Low-Risk People, a Positive Result from an HIV Test Is Wrong Half the Time

40. DNA Matching Is Not Infallible

41. An FBI Expert Testified That Lie Detectors Are Worthless for Security Screening

42. The Bayer Company Made Heroin

43. LSD Has Been Used Successfully in Psychiatric Therapy

44. Carl Sagan Was an Avid Pot-Smoker

45. One of the Heroes of Black Hawk Down Is a Convicted Child Molester

46. The Auto Industry Says That SUV Drivers Are Selfish and Insecure

47. The Word “Squaw” Is Not a Derisive Term for the Vagina

48. You Can Mail Letters for Little or No Cost

49. Advertisers’ Influence on the News Media Is Widespread

50. The World’s Museums Contain Innumerable Fakes


Beauty and Its Beastly Secrets: The Toxic Truth About Cosmetics

Sure, most women use makeup. But the more Linda Sharp finds out about what’s in the stuff, the more horrified she gets.

Labels on cosmetics and body care products are a tough code to crack. The industry is so shockingly unregulated that it’s usually impossible to trust the claims that manufacturers place on their products. A word such as “natural” can be used by anyone for anything. Even “organic” is misleading. Companies are supposed to use an organic label only if all ingredients are certified-organic, but they can also say it’s “made with organic” if it contains a minimum of 70 percent certified-organic ingredients. Regardless, 30 percent still leaves a lot of room for toxins.

The whole industry has a “innocent-till-proven-guilty” approach to ingredients. Unless a chemical used in beauty products is proven to cause harm to human health, it is classified as GRAS, or “generally recognized as safe.” This classification is upheld by the U.S. FDA and hardly has the best interests of consumers at heart.

The best thing we consumers can do is read ingredient lists carefully in order to avoid chemicals that are known to be harmful, even though they continue to be widely used. Here is a list of the top 20 toxins to avoid, according to Gillian Deacon’s 2011 book There’s Lead in Your Lipstick: Toxins in Our Everyday Body Care and How to Avoid Them.

Coal Tar: A known carcinogen banned in the EU, but still used in North America. Used in dry skin treatments, anti-lice and anti-dandruff shampoos, also listed as a colour plus number, i.e. FD&C Red No. 6.

DEA/TEA/MEA: Suspected carcinogens used as emulsifiers and foaming agents for shampoos, body washes, soaps.

Ethoxylated surfactants and 1,4-dioxane: Never listed because it’s a by-product made from adding carcinogenic ethylene oxide to make other chemicals less harsh. The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has found 1,4-dioxane in 57 percent of baby washes in the U.S. Avoid any ingredients containing the letters “eth.”

Formaldehyde: Probable carcinogen and irritant found in nail products, hair dye, fake eyelash adhesives, shampoos. Banned in the EU.

Fragrance/Parfum: A catchall for hidden chemicals, such as phthalates. Fragrance is connected to headaches, dizziness, asthma, and allergies.

Hydroquinone: Used for lightening skin. Banned in the UK, rated most toxic on the EWG’s Skin Deep database, and linked to cancer and reproductive toxicity.

Lead: Known carcinogen found in lipstick and hair dye, but never listed because it’s a contaminant, not an ingredient.

Mercury: Known allergen that impairs brain development. Found in mascara and some eyedrops.

Mineral oil: By-product of petroleum that’s used in baby oil, moisturizers, styling gels. It creates a film that impairs the skin’s ability to release toxins.

Oxybenzone: Active ingredient in chemical sunscreens that accumulates in fatty tissues and is linked to allergies, hormone disruption, cellular damage, low birth weight.

Parabens: Used as preservatives, found in many products. Linked to cancer, endocrine disruption, reproductive toxicity.

Paraphenylenediamine (PPD): Used in hair products and dyes, but toxic to skin and immune system.

Phthalates: Plasticizers banned in the EU and California in children’s toys, but present in many fragrances, perfumes, deodorants, lotions. Linked to endocrine disruption, liver/kidney/lung damage, cancer.

Placental extract: Used in some skin and hair products, but linked to endocrine disruption.

Polyethylene glycol (PEG): Penetration enhancer used in many products, it’s often contaminated with 1,4-dioxane and ethylene oxide, both known carcinogens.

Silicone-derived emollients: Used to make a product feel soft, these don’t biodegrade, and also prevent skin from breathing. Linked to tumour growth and skin irritation.

Sodium lauryl (ether) sulfate (SLS, SLES): A former industrial degreaser now used to make soap foamy, it’s absorbed into the body and irritates skin.

Talc: Similar to asbestos in composition, it’s found in baby powder, eye shadow, blush, deodorant. Linked to ovarian cancer and respiratory problems.

Toluene: Known to disrupt the immune and endocrine systems, and fetal development, it’s used in nail and hair products. Often hidden under fragrance.

Triclosan: Found in antibacterial products, hand sanitizers, and deodorants, it is linked to cancer and endocrine disruption. Avoid the brand Microban.



6 Toxic Behaviors That Sabotage Your Success: How to Recognize Them in Yourself and Change Them

The six most toxic behaviors are:

Taking everything personally: In the powerful little book The Four Agreements, Don Miguel Ruiz talks about the importance of taking nothing personally. I teach this in my coaching programs and my book Breakdown, Breakthrough as well, and there is so much pushback. “Really, Kathy — don’t take anything personally?”

People are toxic to be around when they believe that everything that happens in life is a direct assault on them or is in some way all about them. The reality is that what people say and do to you is much more about them, than you. People’s reactions to you are about their filters and their perspectives, wounds and experiences. Whether people think you’re amazing or believe you’re the worst, again, it’s more about them. I’m not saying we should be narcissists and ignore all feedback. I am saying that so much hurt, disappointment and sadness in our lives comes from our taking things personally when it’s far more productive and healthy to let go of others’ good or bad opinion of you, and to operate with your own heart, intuition and wisdom as your guide. So yes — don’t take anything personally.

Obsessing about negative thoughts: It’s very hard to be around people who can’t or won’t let go of negativity — when they dwell on and speak incessantly about the terrible things that could happen and have happened, the slights they’ve suffered and the unfairness of life. These people stubbornly refuse to see the positive side of life and the positive lessons from what’s transpiring. Pessimism is one thing — but remaining perpetually locked in negative thoughts is another. Only seeing the negative, and operating from a view that everything is negative and against you, is a skewed way of thinking and living, and you can change that.

Treating yourself like a victim : Another toxic behavior is non-stop complaining that fuels your sense of victimization. Believing you’re a victim, that you have no power to exert and no influence on the direction of your life is a toxic stance that keeps you stuck and small. Working as a therapist with people who’ve suffered terrible trauma in their lives but found the courage to turn it all around, I know that we have access to far more power, authority and influence over our lives than we initially believe. When you stop whining, and refuse to see yourself as a hapless victim of fate, chance or discrimination, then you’ll find that you are more powerful than you realized, but only if you choose to accept that reality.

Cruelty — lacking in empathy or putting yourself in others shoes: One of the most toxic and damaging behaviors — cruelty — stems from a total lack of empathy, concern or compassion for others. We see it every day online and in the media — people being devastatingly cruel and destructive to others just because they can. They tear people down online but in a cowardly way, using their anonymity as a weapon. Cruelty, backstabbing and ripping someone to shreds is toxic, and it hurts you as well as your target.

I had a powerful learning experience about this a few years ago. I came into the house one day in a nasty mood and shared a mean, sniping comment to my husband about the way a neighbor was parenting her child through one of his problem phases. In less than 24 hours, that very same issue the parent was dealing with came home to roost in my house, with my child. It was as if the Universe sent me the message that, “Ah, if you want to be cruel and demeaning about someone, we’ll give you the same experience you’ve judged so negatively, so you can learn some compassion.” And I did.

If you find yourself backstabbing and tearing someone else down, stop in your tracks. Dig deep and find compassion in your heart, and realize that we’re all the same.

Excessive reactivity: An inability to manage your emotions is toxic to everyone around you. We all know these people — men and women who explode over the smallest hiccup or problem. Yelling at the bank teller for the long line, screaming at your assistant for the power point error he made or losing it with your child for spilling milk on the floor. If you find that you’re overly reactive, losing it at every turn, you need some outside assistance to help you gain control over your emotions and understand what’s at the root of your emotionality. There’s more to it that appears on the surface. An outside perspective — and a new kind of support — is critical.

Needing constant validation: Finally, people who constantly strive for validation and self-esteem by obsessing about achieving outward measures of success are exhausting to be around. Those men and women who get caught up in the need to prove their worth over and over, and constantly want to “win” over their colleagues or peers, are toxic and draining.

Overly-attaching to how things have to look and be and to achieving certain milestones and accomplishments rather than going with life in a more flexible, easy manner, can wear you out and bring everyone else around you down . There is a bigger picture to your life, and it’s not about what you achieve or fail at today or what’s in your bank account. It’s about the journey, the process, the path — what you’re learning and applying, how you’re helping others and the growing process you allow yourself to engage in.

Stop stressing over the particular outcomes like, “I need that promotion now!” or “My house has to be bigger and more beautiful than my neighbor’s.” Your desperate need to prove your success and build your self-esteem through outer measures of success is (sadly) apparent to everyone but you, and it’s pushing away the very happiness outcomes you’re longing for.


Source: huffington post

In 2020 We Can Wear Sony Computers On Our Wrist

In 2020 We Can Wear Sony Computers On Our Wrist

Our present need for internet connectivity is so profound that secondary devices like the Nextep Computer are bound to happen. Developed to be worn as a bracelet, this computer concept is constructed out of a flexible OLED touchscreen. Earmarked for the year 2020, features like a holographic projector (for screen), pull-out extra keyboard panels and social networking compatibility, make the concept plausible. Ten years from now is not too far away, so how many of you think we’d be buying such gadgets?

Designer: Hiromi Kiriki

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