Five years back, being still newly married (2 years) I wrote an article MARRIAGE: MADE IN HEAVEN. At that time I was delighted about being married and enjoyed every bit of it. Here are some abstracts from the post, but please do read the full version.
“Guess why somebody’s marriage gets people around so excited? Why a wedding ceremony is regarded as the most beautiful celebration in all the cultures, among all the nations? Even though the voices for “free love” are rising high, We can not cheat the collective consciousness, subconsciousness and unconsciousness of humanity – the institution of marriage is obviously not human, it is DIVINE…
The common mistake of modern times (as we are being well brain-washed) is that it is the heart that shows you your life-partner. Very seldom it is the case. Naturally it should not be the heart, but actually your stomach! The key word s of a married life are sustenance, wellbeing, satisfaction, home – referring to our subtle centers they all belong to the 3rd one, in the middle of a body. Scientifically seen it is a place of a “second brain” as well. Meeting your life partner you should feel very comfortable in your stomach. Relaxed. Safe…
And the love? It can come later… In fact the true love always comes later! It is so easy to fall in love with many people (happens to me all the time as I love people, every single soul is such a precious treasure, diamond flower!)… People are made by and for love. For loving each other, all of us. Only when it gets romantic, it is very misleading and confusing – and the folk’s wisdom calls it “falling” in love. In the western society where people believe in love-marriage we have up to 60% divorces! – A good sign of the reliability of this concept.
Last but not least indicator is your appearance. Our true being always shines (or darkens) through: no way to hide anything behind make up or smart clothing! Naturally after getting married to the right person you will find yourself blossoming out even physically. (more…)
Man looks for wonders; if he only saw how very wonderful is the heart of man!
There is no source of happiness other than the heart of man.
He who makes room in his heart for others, will himself find accommodation everywhere.
There is no greater phenomenon than love itself.
Love develops into harmony, and of harmony is born beauty.
In beauty is the secret of divinity.
The words of widsom by Hazrat Inayat Khan
Happy to present you another beautiful piece of singing by my beloved sisiter Tatiana:
Isn’t she an agel?…
The most beautiful and most profound experience is the sensation of the mystical.
It is the sower of all true science.
He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead.
To know that what is impenetrable to us really exists,
manifesting itself as the highest wisdom and the most radiant beauty which our
dull faculties can comprehend only in their primitive forms
– this knowledge, this feeling is at the centre of true religiousness.
Albert Einstein “The Merging of Spirit and Science”
Sincerity is the jewel that forms in the shell of the heart.
Life is an opportunity given to satisfy the hunger and thirst of the soul.
There are many paths, and each man considers his own the best and wisest. Let each one choose that which belongs to his own temperament.
All earthly knowledge is as a cloud covering the sun.
Life is a misery for the man absorbed in himself.
Happy is he who does good to others; miserable is he who expects good from others. (more…)
One year ago I made already a similar post – about the breath-taking beauty of a landscape, when the nature and the handmade beauty meet: the agricultural landscapes of Austria.
Visiting the place (Weinvietrel region, by Mistelbach) at the end of summer gives an amazing impression of endless peace and benevolence…
This time I was equippted somewhat better and I think the photos came out more expressive than last year.
I will be on vacation away from Internet and yes, away from many of you my dearest readers. I will miss you! – my photo says it well I think :).
I promise to bring you a fresh bunch of lovely pictures from the most beautiful and relaxing places I will visit…
Big hug to everyone and see you soon!
(image by Natalya Andreeva)
Dreams are special and very personal. Despite the private nature of this phenomenon, dreambanks where people can upload, search and analyze dreams are becoming a trend. I once posted a highly interesting dream study here.
I like remembering my dreams. The first thing I do when I wake up, I try to recall details of my dreams, for they are mostly of predictive nature. My dreams are colourful, beautiful and adventurous. I think I had only a couple of nightmares in my whole life. Sometimes I think my dreams are the reason why I do not feel like watching films – the films just can not compete 🙂
Today I thought of sharing with you my 3 most beautiful dreams, for I hope they are enjoyable. Welcome to the world of my dreams! (more…)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Those who are familiar with Mozart life story and character will immediately recognize him in these words. He was not only a genius but something much more… The vibrations of his death place are tremendous like of a swaymbhu… Very special! Apparently they say that his horoscope at the death point was even more impressive than of the birthday. That may mean that he could not only fulfill his life mission but had given us something much more…the eternal character of the music.
I would claim that of all western classical composers Mozart is the only one whose music does not awaken emotions and does not make one think (normally the Western classical music is conceptual, full of thoughts and emotions).
I believe his music has almost the same impact as the classical Indian music – it awakens the happy spirit, washes thoughts away and makes one feel light and joyful.
But that is not all! You must have heard of “Mozart effect” :
The concept of the “Mozart effect” was described by French researcher, Dr. Alfred A. Tomatis in his 1991 book Pourquoi Mozart?. He used the music of Mozart in his efforts to “retrain” the ear, and believed that listening to the music presented at differing frequencies helped the ear, and promoted healing and the development of the brain. (more…)