The Source of Light

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The ladies of The Mystery School follow the guidance of The Source and take time out to meditate. This is due the method which The Source and its agents (such as Yalarm) utilise profitably to float ideas around the Ladies, and to disseminate information and material about life, its structures, its common spiritual essence in all the galaxies. In ordinary, these are matters not considered and reflected; other paradigms and horizons – for our Universe is so radically different to our 3D existence. Living and working with The Source requires that we make space within for the information to be downloaded as essence in a higher vibration. We are all moving to the 5th Dimension. Just as Love Makes Space for another to be loved within the self, so also working with The Source makes space within the self so The Source may give itself. Hence, the frequent calls by The Source to meditation. (In another place, The Source tells, “A day without meditation is a day wasted“).

There are many matters deserving of reflection. The Source hints at this by advising that there is Light in Dark (which turns science on its head for science defines dark as the absence of light). Jalarm has also given hints about the speed of light. When light goes faster than the speed of light it disappears for us. However, we are told this light is visible in other dimensions. The Source returns to answer questions that require the hearers (and you, our readers) to engage further inquiry and reflection. One might “dive deep” as it were, in order to find what it is The Source has to give us. With the second question arising from meditation, we learn of sacred geometry, the equal sided cross and the role and function of astrology in the human journey.

You can read more of this session’s work by The Mystery School here.

November 2014 Newsletter

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Hello Everyone,
Welcome to our November Newsletter for 2014. It is a time of postive relations with the Indigenous Australians, and we bring news of a sugar mill in Bundaberg, Queensland, returning sacred objects to the local indigenous peoples; these objects (rather large rocks) were used for mens business and womens business. It is so good to see this recognition for the indigenous peoples.

We have witnessed to unfortunate failures of space adventures with rockets failing on the lift-off pad, and Virgin Galactic trials having an unfortuate result. We share some information about space debris and all the bits of various satellites and other launches around the our home, Earth. The images of debris give pause for thought. We bring you news of discoveries of ancient temples, and ancient flying devices. The language of the Ancients, the hieroglyphs, is taken up on one article. We reflect on the importance of the work that Dr Emoto brought to the world.

More and more material comes to light about the language of crop circles, and those who come with the messages; they come with love and peace to assist us in moving forward. The coming full moon meditation is an auspicous time for focussing on Divine Love and spreading this around the world. We hope you take the opportunity to serve all on our planet with light and love.

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Aspects of the Full Moon – 10 August

Full Moon

This coming Full Moon on 10 August – called a ‘super moon’ on account of perigree (closest to Earth) which will occur on 10 August. As the Hierarchy – in the messages of Cosmic Sai Baba, Jalarm and Alcheringa – recommends meditation on full moon days, we offer a reflection on this coming “super moon” and the astrological significance surrounding this.

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Inner Peace – a guide to meditation

Inner Peace – A Guide to Meditation.

  • Author: Gillian Young
  • Format: Paperback, 128pp
  • ISBN: 0 9581891 9 6
  • Publisher: Joshua Books: http://www.joshuabooks.com
  • Ordering: go to the Book Order Page

Overview:

This book is desigend as a self-teaching workbook.
Each topic:

  • Examines a particular aspect of meditation;
  • Describes the techniques or skills involved;
  • Explains the desired outcome
  • Includes one or more meditation exercises where appropriate;
  • Summarises the main points to give a quick reference and reminder

My purpose in writing this book is to share my experience and to pass on the benefits that meditation has brought into
my life.

Many people are curious about meditation but are hesitant to explore it, perhaps due to fear of the unknown and lack of understanding of what meditation is. Some people are recommended to meditate as part of a health strategy, but don’t know how to begin. Others may associate meditation with cults or may genuinely believe that it is an anti-religious practice.

People who meditate regularly come from many diverse cultures and backgrounds. My own religious upbringing was in the Church of England, nowadays known in Australia as the Anglican Church. I attended a high school in England that had been founded in 1838 as a school for the daughters of missionaries and every school day began with prayers and hymn singing, which I enjoyed. Our religious education was Christian but non-sectarian with a healthy emphasis on responsible behaviour, honourable and respectful treatment of fellow human beings and acceptance and respect for the beliefs of others notwithstanding that such beliefs might differ from our own.

My introduction to meditation came through attending a course in Yoga and Stress Management run at the local evening college by teachers from the Satyananda Yoga School in Sydney. I enrolled in this course as a way of managing chronic back pain, but found that I gained much more than pain management from the tuition. It was my first experience of the philosophies and attitudes of non-Christian religions and became part of my on-going education in self-awareness.

Reflection set me wondering if the church services and Christian scriptures would become less meaningful once I began looking at the world through different eyes. In fact the opposite happened. I found more profound meaning once I started to listen in a different way. I also began to understand the similarities common to the major world religions and to appreciate different expressions of belief in a Divine Consciousness.

Once I began to meditate regularly, trivial conversation and gossip no longer interested me. This is evidently common amongst people who meditate regularly. I would sometimes find myself in a social situation feeling like a creature from another planet, with very little to say. At other times, unexpectedly, strangers would come and talk to me about spiritual matters and these would be wonderfully uplifting and joyful encounters.

The death of my mother, closely followed by that of a close friend, challenged my belief system, and forced me to confront my own mortality and find my own truths, rather than accepting without question the doctrines I had been taught.

In time the yoga practices, including relaxation, meditation and stress management techniques, enabled me to successfully manage my lower back pain. Since then I have met many people who find meditation contributes substantially to health management and lifestyle enhancement.

A background in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry led me to introduce relaxation techniques to students who were training for supervisory and management positions. The Hospitality Industry is a stressful, frenetic environment and I believe that employees need strategies to prevent them suffering from burnout and to help them handle the pressure of constantly dealing with people. I was often asked to make a recording of guided meditation, which I did after giving up full time work.

Eventually I was able to devote time to expanding my knowledge and working with other people. Teaching experience gave me the skills to teach meditation. Meditation practices have proved vital in dealing with a series of traumas in my life including the death of my daughter in a plane crash. This has been the greatest learning experience of all.

Meditation has opened many doors for me into areas of expanded consciousness and is now part of everything I do.

On account to the simple method, giving account of the desired outcome and allowing readers the freedom to have different outcomes, and the simple reminders at the end of chapters, many who are beginners in meditation and inner self management might find this book an important bedside companion.

Peaceful and Beautiful

OM is good for genes and health

Genes

Scientists have discovered that chanting OM and meditating daily for ten minutes actually changes your genes, and is good for your health.

Meditation boosts genes that promote good health

Feeling run-down? Try a little chanting, or meditation – seriously. Such relaxation techniques can boost the activity of genes involved in several processes beneficial to health, and they only take a few minutes each day to show results.

Previous studies have reported changes to the brain while people practise these activities, but a new study shows for the first time that gene activity changes too. This could explain the reported beneficial effects of meditation, yoga and prayer.

“It’s not New Age nonsense,” says Herbert Benson of the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. He and his colleagues analysed the gene profiles of 26 volunteers – none of whom regularly meditate – before teaching them a relaxation routine lasting 10 to 20 minutes. It included reciting words, breathing exercises and attempts to exclude everyday thought.

OM, source of creation

Om, the Source of creation

After eight weeks of performing the technique daily, the volunteers gene profile was analysed again. Clusters of important beneficial genes had become more active and harmful ones less so.

The boosted genes had three main beneficial effects: improving the efficiency of mitochondria, the powerhouse of cells; boosting insulin production, which improves control of blood sugar; and preventing the depletion of telomeres, caps on chromosomes that help to keep DNA stable and so prevent cells wearing out and ageing.

Clusters of genes that became less active were those governed by a master gene called NF-kappaB, which triggers chronic inflammation leading to diseases including high blood pressure, heart disease, inflammatory bowel disease and some cancers.

Within minutes

By taking blood immediately after before and after performing the technique on a single day, researchers also showed that the gene changes happened within minutes.

For comparison, the researchers also took samples from 26 volunteers who had practised relaxation techniques for at least three years. They had beneficial gene profiles even before performing their routines in the lab, suggesting that the techniques had resulted in long term changes to their genes.

“It seems fitting that you should see these responses after just 15 to 20 minutes just as, conversely, short periods of stress elevate stress hormones and other physiological effects that are harmful in the long term,” says Julie Brefczynski-Lewis of West Virginia University in Morgantown, who studies the physiological effects of meditation techniques. “I hope to see these results replicated by other groups.”

“We found that the more you do it, the more profound the genomic expression changes,” says Benson. He and his colleagues are now investigating how gene profiles are altered and whether these techniques could ease symptoms in people with high blood pressure, inflammatory bowel disease and multiple myeloma, a type of bone marrow cancer.

Benson stresses that the relaxation techniques should only be an adjunct to conventional medicine and surgery, not a replacement. Read the full article here

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