Exploring Your Life – by Nancy Zimmerman


When we hear about exploring, all sorts of things come to mind. We think of the vast frontier that is Outer Space. We recall all of the past voyages out into the Universe. We draw from pictures taken on lunar exploration and we become excited with the possibilities.  We think of the exploration that those brave souls did when they crossed the unknown waters and came from the eastern hemisphere to the western hemisphere. We also think of the exploration that occurred on all of the continents in the world and all of the exploration that is still taking place. We sink to the depths of the ocean to find wonders that abound there. All of this is exploration at its finest and we are a part of it as we read about the adventures of other explorers.

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Exploring the Mystery of Hermes Trismegistus – by Moon Laramie


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Hermes Trismegistus
is an ancient sage whose story is steeped in mystery. Some scholars believe he invented the Egyptian hieroglyphic system, others that he built the pyramids, created the Greek alphabet and even wrote the Chinese divinatory book of I Ching. To early Christians, he was a great savant, who preceded Moses and received revelations from God. In wider terms he is often seen as the founder of civilisation, the creator of medicine, law, mathematics and philosophy. He is accredited as the author of the foundational mystical writings known as the Hermetica. The Christian saint and theologian, Clement of Alexandria, attributed forty-two books to him in total although some academics suggest the number may run into the tens of thousands. The name Trismegistus means ‘thrice great’. It refers to Hermes knowledge of the three essential aspects of universal wisdom: astrology, alchemy and magic. The key to unravelling the mystery of Hermes Trismegistus is to be found in Hellenistic Egypt.

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Live, Explore, Love – by Renee Harrison


Life.

You know how the old mainstream story goes. You are born, go to school, pick a career path or not, get married, raise a family, hopefully, send them off to college, retire, finally travel, grow old and die. Many people follow this script.

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Exploring Our Inner Self – by Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari


Life is a neutral gift of the Universe to each one of us. It is infinite in its scope for exploration and realization. It is part of the human condition to feel a deep sense that all of life needs to be experienced. When exploration of the external world comes to a point where we have seen it, tasted it, and are still feeling the urge to seek and search, then a new horizon opens. This new, deep urge to find the ultimate answers comes either when we suddenly bump into a very difficult ordeal or situation of life, or when we come in contact with a holy person who inspires us by their very presence to begin the journey within.

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Do You Cotton – by Annette Rochelle Aben


I recon, there’s plenty I need to cotton to in this life. Now, there’s an expression one doesn’t hear too often. To “cotton to” something means to get to know more about it, or to understand. My research tells me that this expression does reference back to the cotton industry, yet I will need to dig deeper to fully understand how or why.

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The Importance to Explore your Personal Masks – by Rhea Dopmeijer


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The importance to explore your personal masks
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We all are familiar carrying masks towards not just the outside world, yet also to ourselves as well. In order to hide from any danger or not being aware. We learn in this society of duality with a male energy to it, to shield or protect ourselves. What better way then to put on a mask, to hide you feel vulnerable, or from a place of fear for prosecution.

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“I AM” Embracing our Am-ness – by Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari


The Vedic Rishis and Masters call our attention again and again to first understand the basic reality, to just begin to feel the Presence within, the Presence of “Am-ness.” The existence, the “Who am I?” This is the most wondrous pilgrimage of humanity from human to being, from man to God, from somebody to no-body.

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I Yam What I Yam – by Nancy Zimmerman


I guess I am calling in my age, but when I was young, there was a Popeye cartoon and Popeye would always say, “I yam what I yam.” While that was in the vernacular of the supposed sailor, we hold onto this in our reality. We are the beings we are and we react accordingly. When we express ourselves thusly, we set a powerful movement going forth.

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I Am Are The Most Powerful Words on Earth – by Marie Pollnow


I believe the words “I Am” are the most powerful words on earth. How we use them is based on our choices. Choice of thought and our subconscious mind, which is the steering wheel in a sense. I have seen and felt their power in full magnitude at different times in my life. I truly didn’t know their power until I had been on earth for a little more than three decades. I have realized later on this timeline our programming happens before the age of six years old from our parents, grandparents, siblings, teachers, cousins and television shows. In that precious time in our life “I Am” can be deflated like a balloon.

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I AM One of a Kind – by Renee Harrison


”I can see, hear, feel, think, say, and do. I have the tools to survive, to be close to others, to be productive, and to make sense and order out of the world of people and things outside of me – I own me, and therefore I can engineer me – I am me & I AM OKAY” – Virginia Satir

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Me So Corny – by Annette Rochelle Aben


I am an unabashed popcorn person! If there is a choice to be made between, let’s say, potato chips and popcorn or pretzels and popcorn, I will always choose the popcorn. You can use an air popper, toss a bag in the microwave, stick it in a basket and pop it over an open fire or pick it up at the store, pre-popped in a bag and I will be happy. Of course, my favorite way to make corn pop, is to put some olive oil and butter into a sauce pan, turn up the heat, add the kernels and let the magic happen!  The only way I have never had popcorn is to keep it on the cob and somehow cook that, but give me time…

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I am that – by David J Little


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What are the two most powerful words you can say? Why are they so powerful? How do you know that, you ask.

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Popcorn Multiverse – by Moon Laramie


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Whenever someone decides to make popcorn, something miraculous occurs. The tiny brown popcorn kernels undergo a spectacular transformation into fluffy yellow bitesize nuggets. This is because of the endosperm inside the kernels. This endosperm contains moisture. When heated the moisture turns to steam. Chaos ensues as the force of the steam builds up. Eventually the walls of the kernels can no longer contain this growing tumult. The force of the steam ruptures the walls. The contents burst out, expanding to up to fifty times their original size. They ultimately cool and set into their brand new form, pieces of popcorn. The making of popcorn follows a trajectory of chaos, force, expansion and transformation. This process in the humble popcorn is a microcosm of the creation of the multiple universes or multiverse described in the Ageless Wisdom.

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Popcorn – what you put in isn’t what comes out – by Rhea Dopmeijer


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I was thinking about popcorn and the way you can create with simple corn a lovely treat, either salty either sweet. It all depends on taste, doesn’t it? It is a lot like the way we use our own experiences through our day to day life. Challenges are triggering the to discover unknown seeds, in order to discover what it brings forth. Sometimes it feels like a microwave at times when we find ourselves deep into the emotional state which is connected. Every emotional state is connected with our mind as well our body. Sometimes things just pop up, out of the blue. Other times, we can create some space and time to ponder on what it is that needs to be uncovered. No more leaves to hide the seeds, so to speak.

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