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Predicciones para el 2018 y lo que nos trae este año según la numerología.

29 Dic

Numerología 2018: un año 11

El 2018 sin duda será un año que traerá muchas nuevas cosas para todos, ya que es un año de vibración universal 11 (2+0+1+8=11), a diferencia de su predecesor el 2017 que fue un año cargado de emociones y cambios, este 2018 será todo un reto a vencer.

Unidad doble. El 11 es considerado como un número maestro en numerología y sus potentes vibraciones le confieren en una dimensión ambivalente: inspiración o confusión, tendiente a dominar para no dejar caer en el exceso. Genera fuertes corrientes adversas: sociales, culturales, políticas y religiosas. Su influencia subraya el deseo de afirmarse o incluso querer salir de las normas. Esto exige, antes que nada, desarrollar una capacidad de escucha interna, de ser paciente y de integrar un trabajo sobre las emociones para que éstas sean sólidas.

Por el lado positivo, simboliza la fuerza y experiencia de uno mismo, que se traduce en la capacidad para concretizar ideales gracias al entusiasmo y la determinación.

 

Predicciones para el 2018 de Alfonso de León

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Have You Seen Your Spirit Guide?

27 Dic

Seeing your guides is perhaps the most challenging way of connecting with them, since they exist on an entirely different, nonphysical vibrational plane, and it takes a tremendous amount of effort for them to modify their frequency so that you can see them. At the same time, your own frequency must rise to a certain level in order to activate what is known as your “third eye” (the inner eye you imagine with), which you use to see your guides.

People who have a very active and developed inner eye are most likely to see their spirit guides quickly. If you aren’t a person who finds it easy to visualize in pictures, don’t worry. We all have an inner eye, and it worked quite well when we were young—in fact, it’s the reason why so many children are able to see guides and angels . . . although they’re usually referred to as “imaginary friends.” Sadly, when we begin to attend school, we’re conditioned to stop using our inner eye; instead, we’re encouraged to turn our focus outward for direction, which gradually disconnects us from our ability to see the spirit world.

The good news is that with a little effort and some good old-fashioned patience and practice, you can reactivate this natural channel to the spirit world and begin to actually “see” your guides. In preparation for contacting your spirit guides, try the following exercises to help you reopen your inner eye:

Exercise #1: Learn to Be in the Here-and-Now

First, look closely at your surroundings and notice every detail you can about what’s right in front of your face. Why concentrate on physical reality when you’re trying to see the spirit plane? Well, most people are so caught up with replays of the past or imaginings of the future that they don’t focus on the present; consequently, they end up missing out on the here-and-now.

To develop this ability, you need to practice seeing everything around you, which will stimulate your dormant inner eye and get it working again.

Exercise #2: Take the Time to Daydream

As children, we all participated in “woolgathering,” and in doing so, we often left our bodies and connected to (and even played with) our spirit guides. The most debilitating instruction we ever received as children was to “stop daydreaming!” And when we did, we disconnected from the healers, angels, and spirit friends who were helping us.

Letting your mind wander frees up your focus from the linear, physical plane and expands and trains your inner eye to see beyond it. When I was being taught by my teacher Charlie to see guides, he continually told me that physical appearance is the least accurate representation of any being, and he encouraged me to look past it and deeper into people and things. Once you train yourself to do so, and to look into the essence of things—including yourself—it only takes a small leap to begin seeing your guides directly.

When you’re ready to see your guides, sit in a relaxing chair or lie down on your bed, close your physical eyes, and imagine an interior movie screen lighting up in your mind. Ask your spirit to project itself onto the screen, and then relax and get ready to enjoy the show. If your mind has a hard time settling down, or your body feels restless, imagine your spirits sitting down next to you, as if you were in a movie theater and you invited them to watch the screen with you.

Next, ask your spirit to project the most beautiful place in the world onto the screen—a place where you can connect with your guides anytime you wish. Then, breathing comfortably in through your nose and out through your mouth, allow whatever pops up to appear on the screen. Try to be patient and accept whatever appears without resistance.

Perhaps what you see in your mind’s eye will be familiar—it may be a favorite spot from childhood, or a place you traveled to in the past and enjoyed—yet it could also be a place you’ve never seen before. Even if it makes no sense, your guides choose the way they want to appear and will select the images that work best for your connection.

Be patient, as you may need to do this several times before you have success—however, if you persist, your guides will appear. Accept what comes when they do, and remember that guides don’t necessarily take a human form. They may come as symbols, and don’t be surprised if they also appear in different forms at different times.

Remember, spirit does have a way of revealing itself to you—it’s up to you to learn to see it.

Sonia Choquettes a world-renowned author, storyteller, vibrational healer, and six-sensory spiritual teacher in international demand for her guidance, wisdom, and capacity to heal the soul.

 

 

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¿Qué es Un Curso de Milagros?

21 Dic

Un Curso de Milagros es una enseñanza espiritual no dual pura cuyo objetivo es alcanzar un estado de Paz constante e inalterable que constituye nuestra naturaleza Real ya presente, a la que, sin embargo, no parecemos tener acceso.

No es una religión, ni una teología, ni un ideario para formar asociaciones, ni organizaciones de ningún tipo, sino un curso de autoestudio cuyo objetivo es conectarnos con el Maestro Interno para producir una experiencia, por lo que es importante evitar convertirlo en un culto, mitificarlo o ritualizar la práctica. De modo que UCDM está concebido como un recurso de enseñanza que pretende remover los obstáculos que nos impiden el acceso a la Paz de Dios (Sinónimo de Amor, Dios, Reino de los Cielos, Conciencia de Unidad, Cristo…).

libro un curso de milagrosEl Curso utiliza un lenguaje cristiano, reinterpretando las palabras para devolverles su significado original. Siendo parte del proceso, el llegar a ‘descontaminar’ nuestras mentes de los significados de los que dotamos a estas palabras en el pasado y permitir con una mente fresca, como recién nacida, que estos símbolos puedan transmitirnos el sistema de pensamiento basado en el Amor que el Curso pretende enseñarnos.

En el entrenamiento mental que el Curso provee, se expone el sistema de pensamiento basado en el miedo al que en el Curso llamamos ego. Este sistema de pensamiento tiene como premisa la creencia en la separación (pecado), la culpa que esta creencia genera, y el miedo al castigo que el pecado parece merecer. Es un sistema de pensamiento ilusorio y demente, una situación imposible que sin embargo parece encontrarse en nuestras mentes dando lugar a la proyección de un mundo igualmente ilusorio que da testimonio de esta condición mental. Por tanto, da lugar a un mundo de separación en el que todo es caótico y está fragmentado, un mundo de ataque y miedo. Un mundo de muerte que no puede conocerse directamente sino mediante la interpretación, basado en las diferencias, en el que establecemos alianzas para preservar esta separación.

Una vez que hemos aceptado en nuestras mentes este sistema de pensamiento, nos disociamos de la Verdad (Conciencia de Unidad) y nos adentramos en un sueño del que nos resultaría imposible despertar por nosotros mismos, de manera que Dios ‘envía’ a su maestro, llamado en el Curso ‘Espíritu Santo’ o la voz que habla por Dios, que se encuentra en nuestras mentes disociado del sistema de pensamiento ego y que no es otra cosa que el recordatorio constante del Amor abstracto de Dios.

La técnica mediante la cual este maestro interno nos restituye a la Conciencia de Unidad es el perdón, mediante el cual aprendemos a discernir entre lo falso y lo verdadero. El principio de la Expiación que se alcanza mediante el perdón de las ilusiones es que la separación de Dios nunca sucedió. Que es tan solo una creencia ilusoria que podemos elegir cancelar y que jamás tuvo efectos reales. Que todos los efectos que jamás pareció tener procedían de una causa falsa (la creencia en la separación), y que se desvanecerán cuando este principio de la Expiación alboree en la mente.

libro ucdmEl proceso es una jornada que conduce de regreso al hogar en Dios y está jalonada de milagros que dan testimonio de la Unidad de la Mente en medio de un mundo de aparente separación y los instantes santos en que tenemos acceso a la Paz de Dios mediante la suspensión temporal de todo juicio.

En la misma medida en que el camino es radical y no hace concesiones con la ilusión, es a la vez gentil y dulce y nos convierte en estudiantes felices del perdón que se aproximan gradualmente, libres de escoger el ritmo de su avance, hacia el mundo real, un símbolo de un mundo aún ilusorio, pero en el que el perdón se ha consumado y la percepción se ha unificado permitiéndonos reconocer nuestra inocencia, o la faz de Cristo en cada encuentro.

Haciendo así que cada encuentro sea Santo. En el mundo Real la culpa ha dejado de existir y se alcanza una condición tan semejante al cielo, que nuestra inocencia y nuestro deseo unificado harán que Dios dé el último paso.

Susana Ortiz

 

Compilación realizada por Lorena Lacaille.

 

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18 de diciembre 2017, Luna nueva en sagitario.

18 Dic

 

 

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El éxito, el fracaso, y el impulso para seguir creando: Elizabeth Gilbert

15 Dic

Elizabeth Gilbert fue una vez una “camarera de restaurante no publicada”, devastada por las cartas de rechazo. Y, sin embargo, en la estela del éxito de “Comer, Rezar, Amar”, se encontró a sí misma identificándose con su antiguo yo. Con una visión hermosa, Gilbert reflexiona sobre por qué el éxito puede ser tan desorientador como el fracaso, y ofrece una sencilla —aunque difícil— manera de continuar, con independencia de los resultados.

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Feng Shui Tips – Las Estrellas Voladoras de Diciembre – Especial de Navidad

12 Dic

Ya viene navidad, y con ello decorar nuestros hogares con objetos significativos de la temporada. Una de las actividades mas importantes que realizamos para NAVIDAD, es la puesta del ARBOLITO DE NAVIDAD. Elegir el lugar, el tamaño, el color, pero sobre todo los objetos que le pondremos se puede volver una tarea complicada. Para los que practicamos feng shui lo ideal es colocarlo en el mejor lugar posible de acuerdo a las estrellas voladoras. Pero que pasa si no tienes espacio en ese sector? Te quedan sin arbolito? Sabes que estas activando al colocar tu arbolito en un sector? En este video te explico que puedes hacer con tu arbolito para esta navidad 2017. Tal vez no puedas ponerlo como un activador, pero si como una CURA.

 

Sitting meditation-Meditar sentado 2/5

9 Dic

There is a myth that you have to sit in full lotus pose or look like a human pretzel to meditate. The reality is that you can meditate in any position as long as you’re comfortable. With that said, there are some important guidelines when you’re finding a seat for meditation.

The first thing is simply to sit up straight—on the floor, on a cushion or in a chair—it doesn’t really matter where, but a straight spine will help you to stay alert for your meditations. You want to feel alive and energetic while you meditate—physically and mentally—and sitting in a physical position that is upright encourages that alert state of being.

Try it out so you can experience the difference. You’ll likely find it’s actually much easier to sit for longer periods of time when your spine is stacked properly, as opposed to slouching. When you’re hunched over, not only will that promote a tired feeling, it’s hard to maintain for longer stints of time and you can hurt yourself, causing pain in the back and neck as gravity pulls you down.

If sitting up straight is painful or uncomfortable in any way, lean against a wall or piece of furniture for support to encourage your vertebrae to be stacked. Remember, your number one rule for meditation is to be comfortable, so feel no shame for using props.

If your hips are tight or your knees feel achy when you sit on the floor, you have options. Sitting in a chair is a great place to start meditating, just find a chair that doesn’t invite you to slouch. Notice if your favorite love seat encourages you to sink, and make a choice that will better support your upright position. Over time, you may find that you become more flexible and may want to explore other positions.

Laying down is not the best option for meditation, but if you are in pain or there is some reason where you cannot sit comfortably, it’s absolutely fine to lie down. There are some meditations that actually call for lying down, such as the body scan. But typically, this is not the position you’ll use for your consistent practice.

Check out these eight variations for seated meditations. The list starts with the easiest variation and gradually gets more difficult. Remember that everyone has a different body—you may find that crossing your legs for more than five minutes at a time makes your right shin fall asleep or your big toe go numb. You may find that one variation allows for a straighter spine. Try them all to find out what will work best for you.

8 Ways to Sit for Meditation

In all of these variations, make sure your head is directly over your heart, and your heart is right over your hips, so your vertebrae are stacked. I recommend that you sit on the front edge of a rolled-up blanket, pillow, or cushion; this supports proper alignment—bringing the hips slightly above the knees and allowing the pelvis to tilt forward. Positioning in this way will emphasize the natural curvature in your lumbar spine, bringing stability to support a straight spine for extended periods. Plus, cushions also make your seat more comfortable, which is the #1 rule.

In a Chair

How to meditate in a chairChairs make it easier for most people to sit still for longer periods of time, especially those with knee issues who have trouble in some of the floor-bound postures. If you choose to sit in a chair, make sure both feet are firmly on the floor. If your feet don’t reach the floor, you can use a blanket or blocks under the feet, so they feel supported. You can either sit up straight toward the edge of your seat, or use the back of your chair for support if you need it. In either case, pay attention to the alignment of your spine, and note that it can be easier to sit up straight without using the back of your chair. A cushion or pillow under you may provide more comfort, and will bring your hips slightly over the knees so you’re well-stacked and supported.

 

Against a Wall

Sitting cross legged against wallSitting against Wall, legged extendedYou can use the wall or a piece of sturdy furniture to help you sit up straight. Cross your legs or extend them out in front of you, whatever feels most comfortable. A cushion (zafu) or blanket under you works well here, too.

 

 

 

Kneeling with Support Between Knees

kneeling meditationWhile you don’t need to use a prop between your knees when you’re kneeling, it takes the pressure off your knees and ankles, and is quite comfortable. You can use a pillow, a zafu cushion turned on its side, a rolled-up blanket, or a yoga block, and place it right between the knees and under your buttocks.

 

 

 

 

*For the following cross-legged variations, I’ll use references to “right foot” and “left foot,” to make instructions easy to understand. Feel free to swap right and left in any cases to meet your optimal comfort level.

Easy Pose

SukasanaEasy pose is a simple cross-legged position, where your knees are wide, your shins are crossed, and each of your feet is below the opposite knee. You probably loved this pose when you were a kid. I don’t recommend easy pose for meditations over a few minutes, it isn’t an incredibly stable seat, and it can be easier to round the spine in this position. Plus, I’ve found that my feet tend to fall asleep faster in easy pose than any other meditation posture.

If you want to try it out for shorter meditations, it’s great for stretching the knees and ankles, and opening the hips. Make sure to use a prop under you to elevate the hips.

Burmese Position

Burmese PositionThis is a variation of sitting cross-legged. If you’re just starting out, use a meditation cushion or pillow. Sit on the front half of the cushion or pillow, bend your knees in front of you, then rotate your knees out to either side, sitting in a cross-legged position. Bring your left heel to the inside of your right thigh, and your right heel to lightly touch the top of your left foot, ankle, or calf, so it sits slightly in front of you. The sides of your knees may touch the ground and if they don’t, you can use pillows or blankets under your knees for extra support.

Quarter Lotus Pose

quarter lotusUse a zafu or pillow here as well, and set yourself up in the same way as described for Burmese position, sitting on the front edge of your cushion, allowing your hips to open and legs to cross in front of you. Keep your left foot on the floor to the inside or below your right thigh, and your right foot to rest on the calf of the left leg.

 

 

 

Half Lotus Pose

Half lotusSame position as quarter lotus, except you place your right foot to rest on the top of the left thigh instead of calf.

Full Lotus Pose

Full LotusFull lotus is the most stable and symmetrical of meditation postures, but only if you’re flexible and it feels comfortable for you. If you force yourself into full lotus, you can injure your knees. To come into full lotus, begin in the same way you set up for quarter or half lotus, but this time you’ll bring your left foot to rest on your right thigh and your right foot to rest on your left thigh.

 

 

 

If you meditate in half or full lotus, make sure you’re able to sit with a straight spine and with your knees close to the floor. If that isn’t the case, take a modified meditation seat until you’re open enough to maintain proper alignment in lotus. I also recommend alternating legs, from day to day or half-way through your meditations—so that the bottom foot spends some time on top—to create an even stretch and weight distribution.

Try them all before deciding which variation is best for you. Happy meditating!

*This post was adapted from the book, The Type A’s Guide to Mindfulness: Meditation for Busy Minds and Busy People.

 

 

 

Compilación realizada por Lorena Lacaille.