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  1. These are the famous tupyara monks, they attend free and have helped many people. This is their site, it's in Portuguese. They are spirite healings. They have helped a family member with cancer. I want you to heal, I think that in this forum many people want your good. It is obviously a suggestion. You are free to take it or not.
  2. "When the student is ready, the master appears"

    I like to quote the phrase from the book Light on the Path by Mabel Collins: "Before the voice can speak in the presence of the Masters, it must have lost the ability to hurt" That demand for purity and cessation of all hostility even at the mental level, is the hallmark of the true initiatory path. I don't know if the Mahatmas of Theosophy exist, but I believe that in some way they represent the prototype of the true Spiritual Master.
  3. I tried Fragrant Qigong a few years ago (for more than a year) and I didn't get any benefit, rather I got chest pain, ie harm. At night sometimes my arms would burn slightly but it was momentary. I checked my energy system with an acupuncturist and he pointed out that there was excess yang in the pericardium meridian. I went to the allopathic doctor and they did a general check-up to rule out heart disease. I could not recommend Fragrant Qigong, I think it generates a certain yang heat in the chest area. Finally, through Master Tung's acupuncture, I was able to balance the meridian.
  4. "When the student is ready, the master appears"

    Enemies and misfortunes are the best teachers...
  5. "When the student is ready, the master appears"

    The real question would be, a teacher a master but of what? Master carpenter Master of scams Master butcher Satanist master Qigong master Personally, I believe that the human being in his path of life has to go through the spiritual path so difficult to achieve that it is like walking on the edge of a knife, in that noble path a real Master appears when there is sincerity and spiritual nobility.
  6. "When the student is ready, the master appears"

    In this life it is easier to meet a charlatan than a true Master...
  7. Qi Gong Keeps Making Me Manic

    On the Taoist path there is a large space dedicated to doing nothing, doing nothing, resting, and forgetting. Cultivating dantians, opening channels, strengthening chi, meditating three hours a day can take you away from the great Dao and its power. It is better to rest and forget. Rest and forget, get out of the self-imposed competition. Look for that pleasant rest that is achieved in deep sleep where the ten thousand things dissolve into nothing. As a famous Taoist who lived to be 256 years old advised, he sleeps carefree like a dog, he walks with the liveliness of a small bird, he breathes slowly like a turtle.
  8. Does the Lost Word exist? Someone believes that there is a word or phrase that is the first, the forgotten but the most powerful, the most secret, the one that contains the essence and power of the Creator or even is the lost name of God, sought by freemasons, sufis, rosicrucians, occultists, cabalists, hermetists, yogis and mystics of all time. I give the word to you.
  9. Mantra Yoga

    That is the point, there are mantras to achieve enlightenment and liberation. The best known are the following: a. Om Namah Sivaya b. Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya c. Om Namo Narayana Even in the Yogasutra of Patanjali there is talk of the repetition of the Pranava OM as a way to achieve liberation. Two direct benefits come from the proper practice of the OM mantra: 1. Obstacles will be removed 2. It is a direct route to self-realization.
  10. For a fool or a fanatic, everyone else is always wrong. The measure of wisdom in man is to understand when we are wrong and when we are not. As the ancient Uighurs used to say: He who does not know and thinks he knows is a fool, flee from him. He who does not know and knows that he does not know, he is sincere, instruct him. He who knows and thinks he doesn't know is wrapped in illusion, guide him. He who knows and knows that he knows is a worthy man, follow him.
  11. Blocking a user?

    It's heartbreaking, always read explicitly that I'm better than you and everything you're doing is very wrong. Even Lao Tzu is very bad And that the Chunk turns into Chong and then into the dancing Chimp but you wouldn't understand that because of your low level. The gibberish doesn't help either. It really tires and I feel, however, that the subject deep inside himself believes that he is working for the good of the universe.
  12. PalmBreather

    Welcome, so much wisdom and experience in your story. Even though esoteric Christianity is fascinating, it also often indigests understanding and generates an excess of over-interpretation that weakens.
  13. Compost Toilet

    Bad Feng Shui is having Buddha statues in the toilet
  14. Blocking a user?

    I died with the rabbit's foot and the black mamba, LOL