“When I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants and murderers, and for a time, they can seem invincible, but in the end, they always fall. Think of it — always.”
― Mahatma Gandhi
December 21, 2012—not the end of life as we know it, but the dawn of a powerful new era of enlightenment. This engaging and easy-to-use guide reveals how to use the ancient wisdom of the Mayans to develop your inherent spiritual gifts. The unique self-exploration system uses the twenty Day Signs of the Mayan calendar—symbolized by animals and forces of nature, such as crocodile, wind, and night—to help you identify and activate the greatest treasures of your soul.
Once you discover your true calling, you’ll begin to have deeper and more meaningful spiritual experiences. Along with more fulfilling personal relationships and more satisfaction in your spiritual life, work, and leisure activities, you’ll be contributing to the harmony and well-being of the Earth.
“Two thousand, five hundred years ago, the Indian sage Mahavira defined the core tenets of the Jain religion, with a key principle being that of Anekantavada, or “many-sidedness.” It is an encouragement to be aware of a multiplicity of viewpoints, with a recognition that any single point of view is partial. As the meditation teacher S.N. Goenka says, “One sees things from only one angle, a partial view, which is bound to be distorted; and yet one accepts this view as the full truth.”
The ancient goal of mystical mathematics was to circle the square, the enigma portrayed in Leonardo da Vinci’s Vesuvian Man.
ათასობით სანთელი შეიძლება აინთოს ერთი სანთლით ისე, რომ ეს სანთელი მაინც იგივე დროში დაიწვება…
ბედნიერება გაზიარებით არ მცირდება…