Most people assume that there is only one manner of seeing. Some of the ancient schools of philosophy taught there is a different manner in which to view the world. In order to look at things differently one must not listen to what other people think or say about what you see.
One should always give thanks for the unlimited supply that abounds and that is available for us to receive.
Most of us are bound by the barrier of what we see with our physical eye. The old philosophers taught that one must condition your mind toward the concept of unlimited supply. You must learn to break the barrier of limitation.
You must learn that you have what you want or need; not believe what you think you see. You receive what you see, you have access to all that you want.
Tinkerbell's light is fading, and has almost gone out.
In the wonderful little movie Peter Pan there was the scene where Tinkerbell had been poisoned and her light was going out. Next we heard, clap your hands if you believe in Fairies! Peter Pan was asking us to bring back the light, bring back the energy, and bring back the magic.
We are losing the idea of our own magical abilities, we are forgetting whom we are and what we are capable of manifesting within our world
The ancient philosopher-physicians believed that dis-ease arose from five basic causes.
Sidereal and Astral Causes – Sidereal and astral influences have an effect upon our invisible etheric, astral and magnetic bodies. The ancients believed that rays from the planetary bodies set in motion various rates of vibrations that become diffused through our physical body and cause imbalances or chemical changes.
An ancient philosopher once wrote that a wise person in the midst of a storm prays to God not for safety from danger, but from deliverance from fear. This ancient wise man stated that it is the storm within which endangers him and not the storm without.
Montaigne said, "Look into yourself, discover yourself, keep close to yourself…it is other people and situations that steal you from yourself."
Another philosopher wrote that a "person looks upon himself as a mere circumstance and not as the solid, adamant, mundane ground plan of the real universal person that resides within." Could it be what several of the ancient philosophers stated, "The experiment of the philosopher is that life is but a separation from a higher reality meant to bring within his optics the comprehension of a fact that a greater self resides within."
A philosopher from the past made the bold statement that ‘every person knows all that Plato and other philosophers can teach them.’ ‘Each of us is already that which the great philosopher’s teach and we are even more profound than what the philosophers intimate.’
An old teacher made the statement regarding some people he had met, “there was only a few times that a spark passed out of them, yet they exist as a flint, while they should be a sun.’
A wonderful philosopher from the past had a very interesting thought regarding the flow of life. This philosopher shared that people should not become too wrapped up in grief for external events for they are only a results of causes, and those causes are results of previous causes and so on and so on. Everything in this reality continues to flow.
This old philosopher shared...
Steven A. Ross