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The purpose of this peace is not to give you more money, not to heal your body, not to make you happier, not to make you enlightened. The purpose of this peace is peace itself. Because that is fulfillment itself.
You may start with resting in 'I am,' and feeling your sense of being that is beyond thinking. And that may turn into witnessing. And witnessing may turn into 'everything simply is,' the sense of no separation between you and the world.

The Blessing

The Blessing is a simple, yet profound method of changing your perspective of a negative experience to seeing the blessing. Seeing every experience as a blessing will change your life and bring about more blessings. It is the key to eliminating suffering so you may experience a truly blessed life. Realize the Blessing now:
An object does not become an object separate from you until you define it. In order to not define it, you simply remain in awareness. You do not allow your attention to leave awareness to become fixated on thinking; rather, attention remains resting in itself as consciousness.
Shakti says 'Don't worry, Shiva, I did something really neat. The essence of everything in this world, the essence of every experience is consciousness itself, is bliss itself. So you can experience it all, and never have to leave your bliss.'
Once you're in this peace, even if you are just feeling it a little bit, then you're home free. It's just letting your attention sink more into this peace; into this divine intoxication that is life itself.
The evolution of one’s self through the process of awakening within the dream of all dreams comes forward at this time to timestamp this day, entering into 2015 and moving forward into 2016. This transformational time is a time of bringing forward the awakening thoughts into your mind, heart and spirit to find those thoughts of truth seeding themselves into your lives. It is the time to start separating yourself from the future, freeing yourself to embrace it and to let go of the past that is blocking you from seeing your way forward, cementing the way into the future by closing the door of the past.
The best part is not that you fall ,hit the ground and start walking again. The best part is that you fall and keep falling and realize you are the falling itself. That there is no center to fall back on. That there is nothing there. And when there is nothing there, there is pure consciousness and the radiance of life shines forth like a thousand suns.
Whatever you do (for spiritual practice) its always moving into resting in the naturalness of this moment. That naturalness, that allowing of what is naturally here to be is so important. It evaporates the illusion of duality.
Chhath is a Hindu festival celebrated on the sixth day of Kartik month. This famous festival is dedicated to the God Sun. It is mainly performed by the people of eastern India's Bihar, Jharkhand, eastern Uttar Pradesh and Nepal's Terai regions.
Holding on to a thought whether it be an idea, a judgment, keeps you feeling separate from the peace that you are. In practicing letting of of your thoughts, you can remain in your natural state of pure consciousness.
In life, there is always this misconception of truth and a refusal to believe that you can see the illusion. That may sound confusing at first, but the truth is, that the truth is harder to find in your life because you must seek it out and the illusion is easier to find. It is the easier road to take because illusion is placed in your life for you. There are many factors that take away the truth in your life and replace it with illusion and the biggest factor in our view is fear.
Navratri is one of the famous festivals celebrated in all over the world among Hindus. Nav Ratri means nine nights are dedicated to the nine divine forms of Adhishakti Maa Durga. During the period of Navratri, devotees worship the nine avtar of Goddess Durga.
According to the Indian scriptures, the Navratri festival of nine days has great importance. There are many assumptions and traditions prevalent in these nine days, which our elders have taught us. Even today we are following them. The dates of the occasion are decided according to the lunar calendar. The Divine Mother Durga (The Power) is worshipped during this fest.
Navratri is a festival celebrated among Hindus after fasting for nine days in the month of September or October. It is celebrated among all the Hindus with great passion and enthusiasm.
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