Yes, I believe in an afterlife - even though one life would be enough for me because for me quality is better than quantity.
I'm a private person so there is so much I can't share because I'm very careful when it comes to this topic because I know that we all understand things from our own perception most of all.
I will start by sharing some videos that I like about this topic:
Dr. Brian Weiss: Past-Life Skeptic to Past-Life Expert .
All life is sacred, or no life is sacred. It is only the human race that discusses the rights and the wrongs, the good and the bad, the moral and the immoral - the just an the unjust.
It is the history of humankind that has tried to make things black and white, trying to conjure up order out of chaos, trying to invent rules where there aren't any.
The dynamic balance of nature is something that we are all subjugated to, no matter how much the environmentalists are so "worried about th
If people are afraid to have their heart broken, then they will also be afraid of love, they will reject it (I'm talking about all kinds of love here).
However, all experiences in life are here to help us grow and evolve. And growth on a personal and individual level is more important than growth on any other external level in life, material or not.
I know many people who have been hurt so many times that they have closed their hearts.
What happens, unfortunately in many cases, is
This is a part of a post of mine that I posted yesterday in the forum, but I think this should be posted as a blog also!
In the times we live in, with the term political correctness - it is implied that it would somehow be possible to create a world where no-one would ever be offended by anything. This is a utopian dream. What it leads to is policing of language, and many people are afraid to speak their minds freely, in fear that they may offend someone.
Some other people take
Through our lifetime, we experience things that sculpt who we are and then in turn also sculpt how we process those same experiences. In that sense, there is a never-ending on-going feedback loop between who we are and what the world is. Through this process, we acquire an image of what the world is with us in it – and ourselves in the world and its impact on us – and these two processes, while similar, are very distinct but still inextricable.
In order for one to learn about oneself, trul
When I create I always want to express something, a feeling, a thought, a mystery.
Through the process of creating, my mind starts to fly into another dimension.
A mystery is unfolding in my mind's eye, my mind's wings are fluttering in a happy dance.
I call this piece of art "The Red Room"