As the vibration of the heart peeks out from the snowy mountain peaks of winter we are asked once again to look at our human heart and see its true value. There are so many flavors of love, for love is ‘a many splendored and flavored thing’. Once love has touched you, you are forever changed. Love is movement and seeks to fly on the wind like a seed of hope seeking new fertile ground. Love is constantly evolving, shifting, changing, never staying the same for more than a fortnight. Always leaving an eternal impression that will influence a lifetime. The saying ‘that love beckons and begets love’ is true. For only when there is love in your heart can you reach out and embrace all love. Some flavors of love are only there once, never to be tasted again; sup upon them with a deep and thirsty heart.
The heart is a sacred symbol. In religious texts, the heart had mystical significance, as a metaphor and as an organ. The heart is genuinely believed to have spiritual and divine attributes. Many philosophers including Aristotle considered the heart the seat of thought, reason and emotion, often rejecting the instructs of the brain. Your Heart and the healing of Earth are one and the same, opposite ends of the same rainbow. As the Sun gifts us solar charges parts of the heart that have been closed down due to past sorrow, now awaken with a start and a loud roar.
Many will feel physical pain as the heart struggles to clear away any heartbreaking remains, like one looking for love letters after a string of storms have hit. All that was stuffed away in nooks and crannies comes to the surface to be seen in the light of a new day. Love is the key that will turn the hands of time in a direction that will fulfill the Creator’s desire for mankind.
- The heart is a powerful generator of electromagnetic energy producing the largest electromagnetic field of any organ
- The heart has 60 times more electrical field than the brain.
- The heart field is also a transmitter. Our heart is a biological oscillator that can entrain other hearts even at a great distance
- Both the heart/brain receive and respond to intuitive information, but the heart receives the information first
- Heart rate increases prior to future emotional stimuli. The heart processes emotional events seconds before the body experiences the events
- The heart acts as if it has a mind of its own 60-65% of the heart cells are like brain neuro cells.
Wesak is the celebration of Buddha’s birth & enlightenment & death. According to ancient beliefs, the Buddha was born, attained enlightenment, and left Earthly incarnation under the Full Moon of Taurus. The Buddha returns at this time each year to bring a new light to the world. Spiritual leaders gather in Wesak Valley, a sacred place high in the Himalayas.
Wesak is the time in which the Christ gathers the entire Spiritual Hierarchy together in meditation to invoke the healing forces of SHAMBALLA. The Buddha, representing those forces, appears and blesses humanity. The ceremony of Wesak is held in the actual Wesak Valley in the Himalayas. A vast crowd assembles in the valley, in front of the great rock table at the end of the valley. The Buddha is the expression of the Wisdom of God, the embodiment of light and the indicator of divine purpose. The Christ represents God unending Love for humanity. The Full Moon is like a pitcher pouring out a healing elixir in the form of dispensations. The celestial dispensation continues for three days following the day of the Full Moon. This year Wesak is celebrated May 29, 2018