Saturday, 26 November 2011
Oi Mr or Ms Spiritual, you sit there arrogantly implying you are more spiritual than others because you spent time with Monks in Tibet, you travelled a long way to meet with shamans and take strange drugs, you spent years visiting Holy ground and ancient monuments, but to gain what? Look at you now, you might have learnt some interesting things, but where did it get you? It turned you into an arrogant egotist who thinks he/she knows better than anyone else. You constantly use quotes from Gurus and wait for people to praise you for doing so. You model your behaviour on something or someone so fake and unreal you have lost all touch with reality. And all the while you were travelling round searching for experiences and spiritual enlightenment, you forgot to look inside, you forgot that you already had the answer within, you just needed to remove the need to cling to your false ego (fake personality) and find the real you. But that is so hard to do when you are too busy worrying what everyone else will think of you, if you show the 'real' you. So instead you tend to attack those who question you and your false ego, the 'love & light' soon turns to hate and fear when your false ego feels threatened by exposure. And this anger and fear that you carry round with you, can never be dealt with, until you remember to stop judging others in the world, and start looking inside. Learn to smile again, as any truly spiritual being knows.. life is about love, joy and laughter, and has nothing to do with covering up your hatred by constantly saying 'love & light'.
Thursday, 17 November 2011
I believe everyone should be told the truth about the origins of their religions, then they can choose for themselves if they want to continue on with that path or decide to choose spirituality rather than religion... This is for all those who think keeping religions is a good idea. When you can see the bigger picture, why would you want to continue on to live a lie? Just my opinion, don't crucify me for it, lol.
Tau Tia x
Sunday, 13 November 2011
Friday, 11 November 2011
11/11/11 - Igniting our hearts with love and compassion for all our Brothers & Sisters in the world. No matter what someone has been brought up to believe, let's all hope they can open their hearts to those who have been outcast and shunned for being different. Let's hope that people will stop feeling the need to bully others, to torment others. Let's hope that every human being on the planet can be treated fairly and equally. That we can all take steps towards fulfilling our true Divine Will and potential. Where there is hope there is a way to find Concordia, Aequilibrium and Veritas. It is up to us to lead the way xXx Love and Blessings to All.
Wednesday, 9 November 2011
The Celtic Gnostic Church of St Mary & St John has created something new and unique from some very ancient teachings and traditions.
Long forgotten facets of the Mass and Eucharist are brought together to create an amazingly beautiful celebration, that is the Celtic Gnostic Mass.
Origins of the Celtic Gnostic Mass
A long time ago our ancestors created a beautiful tradition, which when followed would lead to 'Knowing Thyself'. It helped us realise our true Will, our true Divine potential. It filled us with Gnosis (Intuitive Knowledge) and Sophia (Divine Wisdom) giving us a direct connection to our own Higher Self. It allowed us to live in harmony with nature, to love and care about all of the Great Mother's creations. We knew never to take more than we needed, and to always give something back when we do, this allowed balance to always be maintained.
Due to an unfortunate chain of events this knowledge (Gnosis) was lost to the general population. The truth was hidden (Occult) from everyone, and a few unbalanced beings decided to control and just take, rather than allow others to reach their full potential. They jealously guarded the secrets, and slaughtered anyone who dared to secretly pass the Gnosis on. However, some survived in the underground stream. The true teachings were kept safely for a time when people were at last ready to remember the truth and take back the teachings hidden from them for so long... That time is now.
The Celtic Gnostic Mass is part of those traditions and secret teachings passed down. Being part of the Celtic Gnostic Mass is both uplifting and cleansing to your own aura. Many generations of deception will start to be wiped away, giving your own Higher Self a chance to at last connect to you. You will feel an amazing connection to the Divine within you, genetic memories will be triggered and at last things will start to make true and proper sense. Everything will start to fit together. The more you are involved with the Celtic Gnostic Mass, the more your ancestors will call to you, drawing your memories of how things used to be back into your conscious mind.
What happens at a Celtic Gnostic Mass?
The ceremony is led by a Priest and Priestess, the altar divided into a male and female side. The Priest works on the feminine side, and the Priestess works on the masculine side, all the while bringing balance to the energies. The Arch Angels are invoked bringing the qualities of all the elements into the ceremony. The Priestess purifies and the Priest consecrates. When the temple is ready the Eucharist is prepared by the Priest and the Priestess on the centre altar. A symbolic act of union between the energies is performed and all present partake in the Eucharist which is charged with the energy raised.
To know the full extent of the Celtic Gnostic Mass and its significance, it has to be experience. The Church of St Mary & St John performs the Celtic Gnostic Mass regularly at the Temple of Theola in Lancashire, UK. To arrange to attend please contact us.
Tau Tia x
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