How To Find The True Kingdom…

Have you heard As Above So Below?

We are beginning one of the most beautiful times of the year (not talking about Christmas exorbitant expenses), as such about the celebration of the birth (So Below) and representation of True Love (the son of God, the Messiah, the Prince of Peace) who became stronger after rising (As Above).

We might complain about the horrors we see through the media, however hell or shadows is what we decide to live by through our own thoughts and actions. It is allowing the dormant shadows from our Ego (laying on our subconscious) to overpower our judgement intoxicating our hearts.

Here is the explanation…

Its Father is the Sun. Its Mother is the Moon (to give birth to his Son ) The Wind ( the Holy Spirit) has carried it in his belly. Its nourishment is the Earth. It rises from Earth to Heaven, and then it descends again to the Earth, and receives power from above and from below.

Thus you will have Glory of the whole World. All obscurity will be clear to you. This is the strong Power of all Power. In this way was the World created.

From this there will be amazing applications, because this is the Pattern.

The Trinity becoming one. The three parts of the wisdom of the whole World. Our Universe.

The Kingdom is here, now.

We have been walking this path of revolution as if the Kingdom would be born in flames and blood.

And if you are already asking to yourself, how come is there a God when there is no justice for the poor for the suffering?

I will ask you…

How does it feel to carry that anger around your heart?

Does it lessen as the days go by?

We have the power to relieve that suffering.

It is up to us.

We are responsible for the rise or fall of this kingdom. The Kingdom that we can’t see it with our eyes, because is within us…It is within the chamber of our hearts.

All we have to do is let go of our anguish, our resentment and become like children, just as Jesus said.

The Kingdom can’t be built through conflict, not by opposition, not by destruction.

The Kingdom grows with us with every act of love and care, with our forgiveness.

For example:

Every farmer knows that whatever he plants, that is what he will reap. If he plants seeds of wheat, he will harvest wheat. As such the more seeds a farmer sow, the bigger his crop. These are both spiritual laws.

If you sow seeds of discord, you will not reap strawberries. It is the same with seeds of discontent, dishonor and disappointment.

Always remember that once a seed is sown, it cannot help but be reaped. And the more of something you sow, the more of that you will harvest.

Ask yourself, what are you planting in your life?

The new life, the new World, the new Kingdom will only change as we change.

We have the power to lift the people just as Jesus did.

Do not lose hope or faith if ever called foolish because of believing in the legacy of this Master Teacher of humanity.

If his disciples had trouble understanding what he was doing while on earth. To the point of eleven of them doubting of the women who witnessed his rising. There will always be a negative force of energy creating resistance.

A resistance that could not even take away and effect of the truth of the matter.

Master Jesus actually never left, his energy is stronger than ever representing the Way, the Truth and the Life. The teachings of The Prince of Peace reveals the power of our Supreme Source.

It brings to light His wisdom- even though it seems like foolishness to the World of men.

Keep in mind if cannot understand the who, what, when, where, why and how of the Gospel and all that preceded it, it matters not.

For God through his Son and his Word, has sheltered, indeed is sheltering and will shelter all who have the courage to believe it and share that light.

We remain as our Divine Source’s daughters as sons through the faith on his Son’s Word.

Give yourself the chance to believe in its power, and as we continue to walk with God, his Son, and the Holy Spirit ( we are spirit in a physical body), our lives will become an extraordinary example in the eyes of the non-believers of no other fact than the supernatural power of God, our Divine Supreme Source.

Last but not least;

As Above

So Below

As the Universe, So the Soul

As Without

So Within

This is our Legacy from the Prince of Peace.

Author:

Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; RYT-200 hrs; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; CAI; CAHP; CCR; CCHP; CACR; SGC; MRT.

The Requiem Before Resiliency…

Only those willing to walk through the dark night, will be able to see the beauty of the moon and the brilliance of the stars.

Have you ever felt into a relationship, job, marriage or whatever comes to your mind embracing the following scenario:

From having a balanced (self loving oriented) heart chakra turning to over-active (unable to say no when in disagreement to certain things) to suddenly blocked (unforgiving) into the struggle to let go, without attachments even showing signs of co-dependency behavior?

You realize that there is no longer purpose to stay at certain place.

Suddenly time passes by while you end up realizing that it is time to lift a flag and if the scenario does not improve making you feel trapped, empty and unhappy. As such you could be in perfect state of health and when least expected during a routinely check up, receive an distasteful result.

Well my friends such is life. It is time to embrace that “kraken” instead of living in life long misery or unhappiness. It is time to let go and keep moving on…

Everything has a solution, which is into our hands to reach and self rescue.

It is time to love yourself enough to develop the required strength to initiate as such a transcendental movement.

Don’t you think that listening to that voice coming from within your soul, like melody, or even mantra has no purpose…

Because that is your wisdom intuitive body, lighting the path through this journey of resiliency.

Let’s begin with what is requiem.

It is a religious ceremony performed for the death. And please do not start running away from the word death.

Death is to life like night is to day. Or sunset to sunrise.

However, a requiem can also be a piece of music used for this ceremony or in any other context honoring those who have died or left.

I can’t help drawing back (years ago) my attention to a picture sent by my sister showing a box tighten with a black ribbon, and labeled as the surrender box.

Her soul surrendered to a draining energetic relationship that was not making her happy and she made that ceremony in order to let go and begin to move on.

1. To move on and rebirth from requiem would be the first and most important goal. Develop a goal setting structure.

• Definition

• Be present (Boots on the ground)

• Prioritize

• Follow up (What’s important now)

• Maintain motivation

• Monitor progress

Once you have that set…

2. Hunt for the good stuff (HTGS):

Not everything was bad at that place that allowed you too stay for so long if possible instead of recalling bad experiences focus on those moments that were surrounded by love and light .

3. Identifying your thoughts and the activating event:

This is important, because the consequences will spot your emotions which lastly inspired your final decision.

Recommendation and Example:

Journaling helps a lot, before assessment of the thought theme write down the activating event for each.

Loss (thought theme) vs Sadness/Withdrawal (emotions/reactions)

Danger vs Anxiety/Agitation.

Trespass vs Anger/ Aggression.

Inflicting harm vs Guilt/Apologizing.

Negative comparison vs Embarrassment/Hiding.

Positive contribution vs Pride/sharing, planning future achievements.

Appreciating what you have (HTGS) received vs Gratitude/giving thanks, paying forward.

Positive future vs Hope/Energizing, taking action.

Stop everything for a moment and draw your awareness to your physical body, its current state after that bring your focus to the present moment, and perform more optimally.

How will you do this?

4. Energize:

Too easy “Just Breathe”

Begin to manage the level of energy flow this requires conscious breathing.

Refer to the menu at the page “Breath Is Life” where you will find different options of breathing exercises with instructions.

5. Avoid thinking traps:

Identify and correct counterproductive patterns in thinking through the use of Mental Cues and Critical Questions.

Example:

• Jumping to Conclusions: What is the evidence?

• Mind Reading: Am I expressing myself? Did I ask for information?

Hey if you don’t speak up, how do you expect others to listen?

• Me, Me, Me: Imagine that you are visualizing yourself and the scene through an outward lenses. Write this question How did others or the circumstances contribute?

• Them, Them, Them: Repeat the above last step, but changing the question to How did I contribute?

• Everything, Everything, Everything: Straight to the point. What is the specific behavior that explains the situation? What specific area of my life will be affected?

6. Identify and Balance any possible Icebergs:

We all have core beliefs and values target those that fuel out of proportion emotions and reactions.

The letter W three times, will help you. So let us begin with:

What is the most upsetting part of that for me?

What does that mean to me?

What is the worst part of that for me?

Now an iceberg is freezing so you might want to warm up and shelter yourself with objectivity.

Draw your awareness to:

• Whether you/ still believe/ value this freezing moment in order to consider if it could be overly rigid in certain scenarios.

• If your Iceberg is getting in your way in some situations and what specific actions you would take in order to modify and be flexible to make adjustments.

• What could you do to change your emotions or reactions to make these types of situations go better for yourself and others.

• If there is a more direct verbal approach for an assertive conversation.

7. Problem Solving:

Accurarely identify what caused the problem and identify solution strategies.

8. Put in Perspective:

Stop catastrophic thinking , reduce anxiety, and improve problem solving by identifying the worst, best, and most likely outcomes of a situation.

9. Mental Games:

Change the focus away from counterproductive thinking to enable better concentration and focus on the task at hand.

10. Identify character strengths in self and others.

And this is important because it will encourage yourself and others to build on the best of yourself and the best of others.

11. Character strengths: Challenges and Leadership.

Use Character Strengths in yourself and others to overcome challenges, increase team effectiveness, and strengthen your leadership.

12. Assertive Communication:

Communicate clearly and with respect, specially during a conflict or challenge. Use the following IDEAL model to communicate in a confident, clear, and controlled manner.

Identify and understand the problem.

Describe the problem objectively.

Express your concerns and how you feel.

Ask the other person for his/ her perspective and ask for a reasonable change.

List the positive outcomes if the person makes the agreed upon change.

13. Effective Praise and Supportive Responding:

Praise effectively to build mastery and wining streaks. Respond to others with authentic active, and constructive interest to build strong relationships.

Create winning streaks by using

Effective Praise to name strategies, processes, or behaviors that lead to good outcome.

• Active Constructive Responding:

Is a style of responding to someone’s good news. It is the only style that strengthens the relationship.

Last but not least;

“Your mind is a garden. Your thoughts are the seeds. You can grow flowers or you can grow weeds.”-SY

therequiemofthemoonpoetry

#therequiemofsoul

#therequiembeforeresiliency

Author:

Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; RYT-200 hrs; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; CAI; CAHP; CCR; CCHP; CACR; SGC; MRT.

How to “Acknowledge” each other’s Soul.

We place the hands together at the heart chakra, close the eyes, and bow the head. It can also be done by placing the hands together in front of the third eye, bowing the head, and then bringing the hands down to the heart. This is an especially deep form of respect.

“ My divine soul recognizes the divine soul in you”

The gesture Namaste represents the belief that there is a Divine spark within each of us that is located in the heart chakra.

The gesture is an acknowledgment of the soul in one by the soul in another.

#semperleeyoga

#sempernamaste

#peacefulwarrior

Author:

Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; RYT-200 hrs; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; CAI; CAHP; CCR; CCHP; CACR; SGC; MRT.