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In this enlightening book, internationally renowned psychic, coach and author Elsabe Smit breaks down some key concepts of spiritual development into short, highly accessible articles, and provides ways in which the reader can achieve spiritual growth.

Inspired by a lifetime of facing sometimes seemingly insurmountable challenges, Elsabe examines the subtle nuances that influence our lives, and explores these age-old questions: Why are we born? How can we get closer to enlightenment? Is there life after death?

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Wednesday, 18 June 2014 20:58

18th June 2014

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Friday, 13 June 2014 05:40

13th June 2014

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Wednesday, 11 June 2014 20:33

11th June 2014

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Thursday, 05 June 2014 05:58

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Sunday, 26 January 2014 14:48

Samyag Gyana

Samyag Jnyana is Sanskrit for "right knowledge" or wisdom.

Samyag Jnyana is celebrated on the seventh day of Navapad Oli.  The Jain scriptures indicate that without

 

Published in Jain
Wednesday, 01 January 2014 07:30

What Does God Think He Is Doing?

I think of myself as a kind, decent person from a good family.  I was brought up to believe in a God of love and was involved with the church when I was a kid.  My mother is a devout Christian and a beautiful person.

I know many people whom, in my opinion, don't care about God or religion but they seem to have their own way and get whatever they want.  It seems that these people have such an easy life.

About ten years ago this so-called loving God took great pleasure in ripping my family to pieces.  My father contracted a chronic illness which left him an angry, nasty man needing constant care.

My mother became his full-time nurse against her will and had to give up all her freedom.  My dad aims all his frustration at me, and my brother tries in vain to be a peace-maker.

As if that was not enough, God then decided

Published in Spiritual Development
Monday, 16 December 2013 07:48

The Gift of Wisdom from the Elderly

When I was young, we were taught to respect people that were older than us, regardless of who they were.  I, in my youthful rebellion, disagreed.  For me it was far more important to respect people for what they have done and how they have proven themselves.

There is a tradition in my culture that where a person is more than ten years older than me, I am not allowed to call this person by his or her name, because that would be disrespectful.

Published in Spiritual Development
Wednesday, 11 December 2013 07:21

Pointing to the Moon

We often receive true wisdom but choose to rather apply the socially accepted version.

 

Published in Spiritual Development
Monday, 11 March 2013 00:00

Why Is It So Difficult To Forgive?

You will not forgive them as long as the focus is on them rather than on you.

 

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