10+ Things to Know About the Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama)

10+ Things to Know About the Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama)

Who was the Buddha? If you just look at the word, a buddha simply means one who is awake, but when one is talking about THE Buddha one is most likely referring to Siddhartha Gautama, in this article we’ll go through some of the most interesting facts about this...
What is the Difference Between the Separate Self and the Ego?

What is the Difference Between the Separate Self and the Ego?

Do you know who you are? If so, are you sure that this is your essential nature or self? Could it be merely your psychological mind or the ego which you are referring to as yourself? Is this subtle sense of a psychological separate self, is this really you? Lastly, is...
Near-Death Experience: 10 Most Common Hallucinations

Near-Death Experience: 10 Most Common Hallucinations

What happens when we die? Theology provides spiritual answers; biology offers a physical explanation. Yet on the edge of science lay cognitive neuroscience mysteries focused on consciousness. The phenomenon of near-death experiences (NDE) has opened the door to...
All About the Druids of the Celts

All About the Druids of the Celts

The Druids are mentioned in many narratives and tales, most of them tinged with mystery, magic and the supernatural. The druids were the priestly and learned class of the Celtic people, who lived in western and central Europe. The religion of the Celts is often simply...
What is the Essence of Spirituality?

What is the Essence of Spirituality?

“Some of our richest days are those in which no sun shines outwardly, but so much the more a sun shines inwardly.” –¬†Henry David Thoreau The essence of spirituality is to know yourself as presence instead of merely person. Spirituality is to discover...
6 Powerful Prayers to Get Rid of Evil Spirits and Demons

6 Powerful Prayers to Get Rid of Evil Spirits and Demons

Prayers are incredibly powerful, and human beings have been praying for as long as they have felt the presence of the “Great Other”. Though prayer is usually done between a subject and an “object”, which most often is between a human and a god,...

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