What is Thy Kingdom? – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


What is your kingdom? Where are you the ruler, king or queen?

We all have our kingdom where we are rulers, where we reign have kingship and sovereignty. But one man’s kingdom is different to anothers and what kind of reign or mastery that is performed is also very different. Let us explore your kingship.

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Reap – by Roger Wyer


Well, ya know, it would be nice to sow the right stuff ‘cuz we all wanna reap. But it’s tricky, ain’t it! Time and magick and crazy desires all mixed up. Maybe work it and then go with the flow…

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Talisman of Moonray – by Marie Elena


Moonray, was a crystalline bright soul. Her black eyes shone loudly. Surrounded by evergreen leaves and protective towering trees who watered over her like caring parents. She had been searching for her true power which would bring her love, health, abundance and love. As her cocoa feet hit the damp grass, enjoying the charge she felt, her mind was on fairies and the talisman. You could feel the mist in your nostrils from the dampness. Nearby, curious does peaked over flowers- violet, purple, pink, blue and yellow, to see what Moonray was up to. Her deep and knowing quest for the talisman had permeated her thoughts for a long time. Her Nanna had told her stories of where the Blue Talisman resided. She use to sit on her knees as she was mesmerized by the promise of a new and improved life.

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To Be is to Reap – by Bob Rush


I had written what I thought was a very thought provoking piece. Upon a second reading, I found it lacking. So, back to the dart board rather than the drawing board. I tend to write like I think which sometimes gets me into deep kimchee. Thoughts come fast and furious, get jumbled and lead me off point. That being said, it is time to turn my attention to the chosen theme of to reap. There is such awesome power in such a small but elegant word. It so flows like a cork on the currents of a stream. My journey to date is really about choice and through these my road map is created. If followed to the best of our abilities, life’s gifts and significant miracles appear. Remember to keep your mind’s eye open. At the crux of living an abundant life is not to let the negativity influences color and decide the choices we make. It is about seizing the power rather than just being another one of the sheeple.

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The Seven Kingdoms of Life – by Moon Laramie


In the philosophy of the Ageless Wisdom, everything in the universe is alive and interconnected. Although it takes place over aeons, the evolutionary process follows a clear and planned trajectory. The planet earth is a fecund living being and life on the earth permeates seven kingdoms. These kingdoms fall into two distinct groups. The first of these is made up of the kingdoms of the elementals. Elementals are invisible entities which personify the forces of nature we know as earth, air, fire and water. There are three elemental kingdoms formed from three evolutions. They mould the future animal soul of the physical world.

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Talismans and the Power of Thought to Create Luck – by Linda Lang


Do you believe in good luck?

 

I do. I have my fair share of it too, if there is such a thing as fair share. That almost makes it sound like there’s a limited amount, and I don’t believe that for a second. So, maybe you’d call it synchronicity or being in the right place at the right time. And sometimes it just feels like someone is watching over you.

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As We Sow, So We Reap! by- Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari


Dharma is not religion. Dharma is the Order that governs the whole of existence. As we mature, we realize the higher truth of the power of the Order. We try to live life respecting those simple principles of love and gratitude, meditation and prayerfulness, and harmony and peace. We accept the Universal Law, “As we sow, so we reap.”

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Wow Look What I Got Here – by Annette Rochelle Aben


We wake one day, look about us and question, “How did I get here?” As if our circumstances sprang up around us like sneaky dandelions in our otherwise perfectly green lawn. And what is even more amazing, is that we shall spend so much time lost in thought over the vision, that we neglect what brought us there in the first place, our imagination!

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