Selon The Athletic, l'OM et L'Inter seraient à l’affût pour Matthew Longstaff, prometteur milieu défensif anglais de 19 ans, lancé en pro cette saison par Newcastle, il ne souhaite pas prolonger son contrat qui ce termine en Juin prochain et partirai donc librement d'Angleterre. -
How Can You Hold And Lift Resonance?
Looking For Individuality And The Uniqueness Of You At The Same Time You Find The Sameness And The Beauty Of Oneness.
New Daily Inspirational Write Up For Friday, February 28
The resonance you see. As you work with centring, clarity, choice, commitment, complexity, challenge and creativity. The seven c yes. That is how you can hold and lift resonance. Center, clarity, choice, commitment is a resonance holder and lifter, authenticity, the clarity, the courage, the perseverance, the conviction, the coherent and the acceptance is a holder of resonance. Complexity, looking for individuality and the uniqueness of you at the same time you find the sameness and the beauty of oneness. To be separate and one simultaneously that's complexity. The challenge, creativity.
Resonance causation, the ultimate causation with the change becomes now more visible, more apparent, more powerful.
On a very personal, very private, understand when the vortex with and around you opens and fills you with the light, as it has. That light is in you. What you will notice in your world is everybody is going to be reaching for their own spirituality, not for your Spirituality mind you but their own unique spirituality. That heals them, feeds them, nourishes them and replenishes them. It's not about them copying you or doing your Spirituality. It's like everyone is going to start reading spiritual books, meditating and talking. This is your metaphysical spirituality, others have their own.
Yoga com eles! Na busca incessante de yoga mães e bebés me fez entender que a aula que dar certo para mim é aquela que eu faço as asanas e pranayamas, enquanto que o bebé tem espaço seguro, saudável e agradável para explorar o ambiente. A yoga para ele não vem das asanas, e sim da energia que criamos no ambiente. Como? Estarmos conectados com nossa luz interna e a do universo durante a prática, explorar músicas, mantras e instrumentos musicais e por aí vai. Pois yoga vai muuuuuito mais além que o movimento corporal. 👌🧘♀️
Yoga with them! In the relentless pursuit of yoga mums & babies made me understand that the class that works for me is the one I do asanas and pranayama, while the baby has a safe, healthy and pleasant space to explore the environment. Yoga for baby does not come from asanas, but from the energy we create in the environment. How? Being connected with our inner light and that of the universe during practice, exploring music, mantras and musical instruments and so on. Because yoga is soooo much more than body movement.
Being a devotee of shiva...my first post has to be of shiva linga which is the first form we take when we enter into this existence and which will be the last when we exit...out of nothingness taking a form of an elipsoid we enter into existence and taking the same form we slip back into nothingness...fascinating isnt it??? #om namah shivaya #om#namah#shivaya
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O símbolo Om é o mais conhecido do Hinduísmo, muitas escrituras antigas indicam que tudo começou com o som, no início de tudo o Om foi a semente que fecundou este primeiro passo para a criação do Universo. Para os Hindus e os Budistas o Om é o som primordial, som que contém o conhecimento dos Vedas , som que percorre muitos outros mantras, o primeiro sopro da criação, a vibração que assegura a existência.
Personifica a criação e a união de toda a criação, o Om é também sílaba sagrada representando a fonte de toda a existência manifestada. A criação em si é incompreensível, então um símbolo se torna obrigatório para nos ajudar a perceber o intangível. O símbolo é também chamado Pranava (Om mani padme hum), ele permeia a vida e percorre nosso Prana (energia vital) ou existência, o Om é formado pelo ditongo das vogais A e U, e a nasalização do M no final, por este motivo às vezes ele aparece grafado como Aum, o "A" significa a Criação (Brahma), "U" significa a Preservação (Vishnu) e o "M" significa a Dissolução (Shiva), essa é a representação perfeita da Trindade no Dharma Hindu Trimurti. #lojalotusstore#om#simboloom#mantraom #hinduismo#budismo#esoterismo#shiva#vishnu#brahma#dharma
If your life isn’t moving in the direction you want it to go, or if you feel overwhelmed by everything on your plate, then this caption is for you.
Gratitude is the mother of virtues.
But what does it actually mean to be grateful? Clearly, it isn’t writing down a list of what you’re grateful for once per year. And even though that is a helpful exercise, there’s a lot more to it, although it isn’t complicated.
Fundamentally, gratitude is intended to change three things:
Every morning, you have the opportunity to trigger a mental and emotional state that sustains throughout the whole day.
If you start your day right, you’ll be shocked at the momentum you can create.
Even more though, if you give yourself some space — I’m talking 5–30 minutes — of strategic gratitude and visualization, then you literally prime your brain to operate at a higher level throughout the day.
You are the one who determines how well you’ll do, regardless of the circumstances you are in. As your past, your circumstances are subjective, not objective. Your circumstances are a “meaning” with which you decide what to do.
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Voici à quoi pourrait ressembler le maillot domicile de l’Olympique de Marseille lors de la saison prochaine ! Le validez vous ? 💙⚪️
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Shiva and Vishnu are regarded as Mahādevas ("great gods" ) due to their central positions in worship and scriptures. These two along with Brahma are considered the Trimurti—the three aspects of the universal supreme God. These three aspects symbolize the entire circle of samsara in Hinduism: Brahma as creator, Vishnu as preserver or protector, and Shiva as destroyer or judge.
The Tridevi or triplet goddesses of Hinduism have equal importance as the trimurti. Brahma is creator, so he needs knowledge or goddess Saraswati (Vaak) to create. Vishnu is observer, so he needs the goddess of wealth and prosperity, goddess Lakshmi (Shri). Finally, Shiva is destroyer and re-creator, so he needs goddess Parvati, Durga, or Kali for power. They are the various manifestations of Goddess Adi Parashakti, the Supreme mother.
Parvati and Shiva begot two sons: Kartikeya or Kartika and Ganesha or Vinayaka. Of the two, the first born and elder is Kartikeya. Ganesh is the younger one. Kartikeya is the lord of war and a great fighter who killed many formidable demons like Tarakasura, Gajasura, Mahishasura.
Ganesha (also known as Ganesa or Ganapati) is one of the most important gods in Hindu mythology and he is also worshipped in Jainism and Buddhism. For the Ganapatya Hindu sect, Ganesha is the most important deity. Ganesha is highly recognisable with his elephant head and human body, representing the soul (atman) and the physical (maya) respectively. He is also the patron of writers, travellers, students, commerce, and new projects (for which he removes obstacles from one's path) and is rather fond of sweets, to the slight detriment of his figure. 🎨: Art by Unknown✨🙏🕉🔥
The trinity of the three supreme Gods namely Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Maheshwara is incarnated in one avatar known as Tridev or Trimurti. Tridev is responsible for the creation, maintenance and destruction of everything that takes place in the universe. Lord Brahma, who is the creator of the universe and he one who created Gods, Demons, men and women; Lord Vishnu who is responsible for the stability and maintenance of the functions of the world; and Lord Shiva also known as Mahadev, the furious one who is responsible for the destruction and rebirth of everything that came in to the world.
Legends have it as the divine trio was the unique child of Dattatreya, but later it was said that they appeared as the children of Sage Atri and Anusuya. Being the manifestation of trinity, Tridev possessed the unique symbol of the three Gods, Kamandalu and Mala of Lord Brahma; Shankha and Chakra of Lord Vishnu and Trishul of Lord Shiva. It is said that the unique manifestation was the fruit of the consecration of Sati Anusuya, the wife of Sage Atri and thus they deserved to be the parents of the Trinity.
Brahma, the creator is the consort of goddess Saraswati. He personifies the absolute and the birth. He is shown as sitting on a lotus, having four heads representing the four vedas in the hindu scriptures.
Shri Vishnu the preserver is the consort of Goddess Lakshmi is portrayed as blue and black skinned and has four arms that bear Shankha, Chakra, Gada and Padma.
The third God of the trinity is Lord Shiva that symbolises anger, ferociousness and utmost power of decision making. He is portrayed white with dark blue throat and three eyes. He is the consort of Goddess Parvati. Lord Shiva is known as the destroyer and recreator. Lord Shiva is worshipped in the form of 'Shivaling'. .
Performing the Tridev Puja can appease the deceased ancestors who are not satisfied with our offerings. This can cause mental breakdown, difficulties in progeny, disharmony at home, physically or mentally suffered children, delays in marriage, financial crisis etc. To get rid of such problems, one can perform a homa or a puja of Tridev! 🕉🔱📿🌈🌷🔆🐚🌀👁🐍💀🌙 artist @trekkie_echo
It is said that the repetition of his name (Rama Nama) is the surest, fastest and easiest way to attain purity, peace, wisdom, understanding, joy, prosperity and ultimately liberation.
Bhagwan Rama Himself said, "Repetition of My name once is equal to the repetition of one thousand names of God or to the repetition of a mantra one thousand times."
Bhagwan Rama exemplified the perfect person; he embodied the divine on Earth, and he taught us how to live our lives in accordance with dharma and divine principles.
Bhagwan Rama was the embodiment of compassion, gentleness, kindness, righteousness and integrity.
Although he had all the power in the world, he still was peaceful and gentle.
Through careful examination of his life, we learn how to be the perfect son, the perfect brother, the perfect husband and the perfect king.