Posted: 14 Feb 2014 01:20 AM PST
According to Dr. Leonard Horowitz, 528 Hertz is a frequency that is central to the “musical mathematical matrix of creation.” More than any sound previously discovered, the “LOVE frequency” resonates at the heart of everything. It connects your heart, your spiritual essence, to the spiraling reality of heaven and earth.The Love frequency is the “Miracle” note of the original Solfeggio musical scale. Independently confirmed by researchers, these core creative frequencies were used by ancient priests and healers in advanced civilizations to manifest miracles and produce blessings.Math scientist Victor Showell describes 528 as fundamental to the ancient Pi, Phi, and the Golden Mean evident throughout natural design. Vic Showell and John Stuart Reid (a pioneer in acoustic research and cymatic measurements) have proven that 528 is essential to the sacred geometry of circles and spirals consistent with DNA structuring and hydrosonic restructuring.
528 resolves to a 6, the icon for physical manifestation. That is, 5+2+8=15; and 1+5=6 (using Pythagorean math). The symbol “6” reflects the “spiraling down from heaven into the wholeness of earth.” In fact, the Love frequency can be fundamental to broadcasting all matter and energy into reality according to the laws of physics.
|7 Reasons Most People are Afraid of LovePosted: 14 Feb 2014 01:20 AM PST
What keeps us from finding and keeping the love we say we want?Around this time last year, Virgin Mobile proclaimed Feb. 13 to be “National Breakup Day.” They did so after conducting a survey in which 59 percent of people said that if they were looking to end their relationship, they would hypothetically do so before Valentine’s Day to save money. The beginning of the year is often said to see a spike in couple splits, with various sources claiming that January hosts most divorce filings and couple separations. You may even have heard it referred to as National Break up Month In this so-called breakup season, we may be unfortunate enough to witness once-happy couples splitting up left and right, or we may recount our own painful parting from a partner we once loved.No matter what the timeline, the story of lost love is one most of us can tell. This leaves the question “why do relationships fail?” to linger heavily in the back of our minds. The answer for many of us can be found within. Whether we know it or not, most of us are afraid of really being in love. While our fears may manifest themselves in different ways or show themselves at different stages of a relationship, we all harbor defenses that we believe on some level will protect us from getting hurt. These defenses may offer us a false illusion of safety or security, but they keep us from attaining the closeness we most desire. So what drives our fears of intamacy? What keeps us from finding and keeping the love we say we want?
|The magical power of LOVE QuotesPosted: 14 Feb 2014 01:19 AM PST
“People will forget what you said. People will forget what you did. But people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou”Immature love says: ‘I love you because I need you.’ Mature love says ‘I need you because I love you.’” – Erich Fromm”Love is a canvas furnished by Nature and embroidered by imagination.” – Voltaire”At the touch of love everyone becomes a poet.” – Plato
“We’ve got this gift of love, but love is like a precious plant. You can’t just accept it and leave it in the cupboard or just think it’s going to get on by itself. You’ve got to keep watering it. You’ve got to really look after it and nurture it.” – John Lennon
|Exploring Soulmates & Twin Flames: What Are They And How Do We Find Them? Posted: 14 Feb 2014 01:19 AM PST
The question of twin flames and soulmates is a common question asked by many, as the idea of one or a few particular souls being intimately involved in our evolutionary journey can be fascinating. So do they exist? Let’s explore this topic further by starting from the basic understanding of life in the Universe.We live in a universe that is all one. This means that the same energy, the united consciousness, is projecting itself forward as you. It is also projecting itself forward as your boyfriend or girlfriend, your dog, and your fridge. So to say that one thing or expression in the universe is the most important thing is a misunderstanding, because ultimately it is all one thing. You are everything in existence. So at the highest level of existence, everything is your soulmate.The individuality that we are experiencing is in essence an illusion created for the purpose of expansion. So when we discuss the idea of twin flames, we have to be talking from a different dimensional perspective than the ultimate universal truth, closer to a physical perspective that recognizes the individuality as a subjective truth.
When most speak about the twin flame or soulmate they are referring to the two halves of the same soul. The theory suggests that in the beginning of time, we were created as a perfect soul, which split into two halves. One of these halves contained the female energy, and the other comprised the male energy. The theory is that the two halves would be incarnated into human forms to live, experience, and expand until the day that the two experientially rich halves would meet again to ascend back to source. However, this theory is flawed in that it attributes physical characteristics to a formless soul. A soul cannot truly be “split” in two because it is not a physical clump of energy. In reality a soul is merely a stream of consciousness.
|3 Simple Acts That Will Help You Cultivate Love & IntimacyPosted: 14 Feb 2014 01:18 AM PST
BY SHERYL PAULFalling in love is easy. Or, I should say falling into infatuation, which is what people mean when they say falling in love is easy. A certain gaze, an intoxicating scent, an invigorating conversation, and the lovers are riding off into the proverbial sunset to begin their idyllic and romantic life together.This is, of course, what we all grew up seeing depicted in movies. The road to the last scene may be filled with bumps and roadblocks—all of which makes for a scintillating plot—but once the star-crossed lovers finally swashbuckle their way to each other and land in bed or at the altar, the film or novel ends.What happens next? We assume that they live happily ever after. But we know, from our experiences in actual, real-life relationships, that it’s never that easy.
There’s nothing wrong with falling in love. It’s a perfectly acceptable way to begin a relationship. Not all healthy relationships include an infatuation stage, but when they do, only one thing can be certain: The high of the infatuation stage will inevitably end. It’s at that point that the real relationship begins. No longer buoyed by the infatuation hormones, the partners now have to rely on a good dose of skill and a dash of art to sustain their love.
But who teaches you these skills and who guides you in the art of loving? If you’re extremely lucky, you grew up in a family where the art and skill of loving were modeled daily through your parents’ marriage. You witnessed first-hand the skills of initiating loving reunions, or expressing gratitude, or focusing on what’s working and of maintaining a healthy ratio of positive to negative statements.