Soul Growth's first "One Minute Epiphany" !
BELOW . . . is the ONE MINUTE VERSION . . . -
The Star Exercise is a remarkable tool for "Self Improvement" !
It will inspire and help to enlighten you if you use it often . . .
And fill you with the "Universal Life Energy" that surrounds you always.
This powerful Key was given by Father Yod - in 1971 -
And was partially based on various other teachings, including those of Yogi Bhajan and Eugene Ferson.
The Power of Now: Rumi
Rumi (Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Balkhī) was a 13th Century poet, theologian, and Sufi Mystic. His thoughts and words transcend time and religious differences.
Father Yod: The Wisdom on Food (and other "Quickies")
Father Yod ~ YaHoWha founded the Source Restaurant in 1969 - on Sunset Strip, in Hollywood - based on the teachings in The Essene Gospel of Peace. The quality and taste of his remarkable vegetarian dishes are famous today - even though he sold the restaurant in 1975. From the little crew who ran the Source grew The Source Family. You can find much more about this group and its famous leader, music, books and 2013 movie at FatherYod.org.
IF you develop interest in the Source Family, the powerful and touching Source Movie is available on Netflix. Check out the trailer: https://vimeo.com/58953915
Louise Hay: Loving Yourself
Louise Hay is a best selling author offering self help from a spiritual perspective. Her use of affirmations for spiritual, psychological, and physical healing is ground breaking.
The Dalai Lama: Inner Peace, Happiness, God and Money
The Dalai Lama is the spiritual head of Tibetan Buddhism and a living inspiration to millions, Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike.
The Dalai Lama: A Peaceful Mind helps the Body
Ram Dass on Ego and Soul
Ram Dass is one of the most effective interpreters of Hindu philosophy for awestern audience. He learned Bhakti Yoga – a path of devotional service and love of God - from his guru, Neem Karoli Baba (Maharaji). Ram Dass’ writings and teachings transcend any one path. (Be patient with this video - it was recorded after Ram Dass' stroke, and he speaks very slowly.)
Ram Dass on Awareness, the Soul’s choice of its own destiny, living life as a Soul
Krishna Das: Om Namah Shivayah (Kirtan)
Krishna Das is perhaps the foremost western practitioner of Kirtan music – Hindu devotional music involving instruments and call and response singing in praise of, and seeking intuitive connection, with the divine. Shiva is part of the Hindu trinity (Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva) and is said to be the destroyer of the ego and illusion in our spiritual journey.
Elwood Babbitt channels Krishna on The Oneness of all Life
Babbitt was known world wide as a full trance medium (someone who leaves his/her body entirely and allows an entity or a force to speak through him). Outwardly a humble New England farmer and school bus driver, he channeled divine entities like Christ, Krishna and Vishnu, speaking from a higher consciousness.
Mahatma Gandhi: God is Life, Truth, Light, Love and The supreme Good
Albert Einstein said of Gandhi: "Generations to come, it may well be, will scarce believe that such a man as this one ever in flesh and blood walked upon this Earth.” Gandhi’s fully lived his spiritual beliefs and inspired millions of others. His nonviolent movement resulted in the liberation of India from British rule.
Amazing Grace: Sung by Elvis Presley
“Amazing Grace” is probably the best-loved Christian hymn in the English language. Written by former English slave trader, and later clergyman and poet, John Newton, it touches the hearts of Christians and non-Christians alike. It’s a reassurance that we all are loved by God.
Also powerful is a version of Amazing Grace by then seven-year old Rhema Marvanne.
Kabbalah - What is Kabbalah ? Universal Kabbalah Series clip 1
This series serves as a workable introduction to the ancient Jewish mystical tradition of Kabbalah, which is widely practiced today.
Light and Dark - Ted Slipchinsky
This song pays homage to the Darkness and the Light. The listener is invited to "see the world with Heaven's sight" . . . to look at the darkness from the perspective of Spirit.