The Buddha speaks about Cause and Effect.
I visited the NAN HUA BUDDHIST TEMPLE in Bronkhorstspruit, Gauteng, South Africa a while ago and found some interesting literature. One of the books was about Karmic Law: Cause and Effect.
Who can you blame for your life, when it is hell?
Continue reading “Cause & Effect”
Have we created a spoiled society that does not appreciate anything anymore?
Continue reading “Getting it For Free”
How often do you listen to some beautiful music and sing along? I think most of us that loves music do. Especially when it’s a catchy tune and you know the words. Continue reading “Music”
I was visiting in Brisbane, Australia and got a free copy of this magazine (www.livingnow.com.au ). It is a spiritual magazine with lots of helpful hints, and beautiful articles.
It is a pity I cannot subscribe to the magazine as I live in South Africa! Continue reading “When We Cease To Learn”
The deepest desire is the hardest to quench.
Ignorance brings the deepest darkness.
Hatred causes the worst resentment.
Jealousy causes the greatest hindrance.
Continue reading “Word of Wisdom”
A visit to the Nanhua Temple, situated in Bronkhorstspruit, Gauteng, South Africa, is a wonderful experience. It is a beautiful peaceful place to go and relax and to meditate. I love the beautiful setting and temples and the friendly people you meet there.
While on my visits there, I always take the latest Nanhua Newsletter. The article below was in one of the older newsletters. This is the full article as it appeared in the newsletter. Continue reading “To Be One’s Own Boss”
I read a lot of books as well as woman’s and interior decorating magazines. I read the article below in a woman’s magazine, unfortunately I cannot remember the name of the magazine.
This small article caught my attention. Continue reading “Tree of Life”
I live in Brisbane, on Australia’s East Coast. Brisbane has a sub-tropical climate, which means that in summer the average temperature hovers around 32 degrees and we virtually never get frost.
Summer here means very high humidity, hot enough to kill most European vegetables and flowers! We adjust to this by growing plants that can handle the heat, like snake-beans and chokos (a kind of tropical squash), basil, sage and rosemary and small Thai tomatoes.
Continue reading “Vegetable Gardening in Australia”
Not many of us can afford to travel the world. For some/most of us it is just too expensive. We can, however, travel “mentally” when we read articles like the one below that was placed in the Australian ‘Living Now’ magazine.
Sandy Housnell, the author of this article, is a spiritual counselor, Orion/Theta teacher/healer, clairvoyant, hypnotherapist working with spirits since childhood. She shares her knowledge accompanying groups to Egypt to explore past lives.
Thank you Sandy for taking us on this tour through an amazing temple, and the history of Sekhmet!
Continue reading “Sekhmet – Keeper of the flame”
Over the ages, yogis have classified certain herbs that have powerful impact on the mind.
Using the healing tools of Ayurveda and yoga will give us a deeper understanding of our essential selves and help us reach ever higher consciousness.
Continue reading “Ayurvedic Healing”