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divinemercylte "It is Friday, Friday
gotta get down on Friday
everybody is looking forward to the weekend, weekend!
Friday, Friday
gettin down on Friday
everybody is looking forward to the weekend, weekend"
- #FridaySong by #RebeccaBlack

#IHeartFridays because it is only 2 more days until Sunday and you know what that means?? #Lifenight!! This #Sunday will be a #social lifenight. So go out and #witness and #invitesomefriends. And just #FYI there will be a #WaterballoonLauncher
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happyhapyjoyjoy Blackberry and lime pie #Witness 6h

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happyhapyjoyjoy Bougiest water ever #witness 6h

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suitestpee <ON PAIN PART 2. Pain is the first proper step to real compassion; it can be a foundation for understanding all those who struggle with their existence. Experiencing real pain ourselves, our moral superiority comes to an end; we stop urging others to get with the program, to get their act together or to sharpen up, and start to look for the particular form of debilitation, visible or invisible that every person struggles to overcome. We suddenly find instead, our understanding and compassion engaged as to why others may find it hard to fully participate.Strangely, the narrow focus that is the central and most difficult aspect of bodily pain, calls for the greater perspective, for a bigger, more generous sense of humor. With the grand perspective real pain is never far from real laughter, laughter at the predicament or the physical absurdity that has become a daily experience. Pain makes drama of an everyday life with our body and our presence firmly caught on stage and in the spotlight: we are visible to others in a way over which we have no choice, limping here or leaning there.Pain is in the end, appreciation; above all for the simple possibility and gift of a pain free life- all the rest has been a bonus. Others do not know the gift in simply being healthy, of being unconsciously free to move or walk or even to run. Pain is the ultimate road of aloneness, no one can know the measure of our particular agonies, but through pain we have the possibility, just the possibility, of coming to know others and their lives, as we, with so much difficulty, have come to know our own.David Whyte> 2w

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suitestpee <ON PAIN PART 1. PAIN is the difficult doorway to hidden generosity, both in the here and in the now, and then, impossibly, in what lies beneath and beyond the seemingly constant agony. To begin with, physical or emotional pain is the ultimate form of ground, saying, to each of us, in effect, there is no other place than this place, no other body than this body, no other joint or limb or pang or sharpness but this searing sense of unwanted presence. Pain is the difficult invitation, it asks us to heal by focusing on the very center of the actual torment and the very way the pain is felt. Pain is an introduction and then a long apprenticeship to alertness and particularity. Through the radical undoing and debilitation of repeated pain we are reacquainted with the essentialities of place and time and existence itself. In deep pain we have energy only for what we can do wholeheartedly and then, only within a narrow range of motion, metaphorically or physically, from tying our shoe-lace to holding the essential core conversations that are reciprocal and reinforcing within the close-in circle of those we love. Pain teaches us a fine economy, in movement, in what we choose to do and what we should actually do, in the heart’s affections, in what we ask of our selves and eventually in what we see and ask for in others.Pain’s beautiful humiliations followed fully make us naturally and sincerely humble and force us to put aside the guise of pretense. In real pain we have no other choice but to learn to ask for help on a daily basis. Pain tells us we belong and cannot live forever alone or in isolation. Pain makes us understand reciprocation. In real pain we often have nothing to give back other than our own gratitude, a smile that looks half way to a grimace or the thankful moment of passing friendship to a helpful stranger, and pain is an introduction to real friendship, it tests those friends we think we already have but also introduces us to those who newly and surprisingly come to our aid. David Whyte> 2w

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  •   suitestpee <Ancient Transcendence/ Modern Perspective:"As Above, So Below" For instance: The 2nd chakra is ruler over our aspirations. Galactically, the and chakra aligns Father and Sun. Naturally we aspire to be reflect the divinity of our divine parents. The masculine energies are extensive on Earth. The Fathers fell out of touch with the mothers. In this Life, we are required to grow and re-develop the greater connection with the Goddess.
    Activation: -The "will" to continue is divine and trust the parental guardians and move according to their spiritual guidance. Deep within, we all have connection to divine will, when clear and attuned. If you notice, the cardinal stars of the four corners are also present within us.Talk about moral compass, we all possess. Study this chart and see, meditate and fathom. We are connected to every star and certain systems communicate with us when we request to. We are multidimensional beings. Try it, trust it. That Hidden Power There is something within us that requires activation, and if neglected, we will surely fall asleep on our path to awaken the knowledge of Self. This is an energy that very being that possesses a "Spirit in Life" on Earth has. Scientifically, it is "electromagnetic" energy that travels up and down our spine, as above and so below. Traditionally it is called "Shakti" and is the energy that puts the principle of correspondence in motion for us, like it or not. Spiritually, there are gods and goddesses specifically set to be a "shakti spirit" which identifies the most powerful spiritual deities that are named. Hidden Symptoms Back problems? That knot in your throat? that queasiness in your solar plexus? Congestion? Headaches? Horniness and other symptoms are directly related to the "shakti" exercise or lack thereof. Shakti is the source of manfestation and tht electromagnetic energy its identified as is our own inward law of attraction.
    Activation is merely based on perspective. Shift the vibration Namaste> VIA: Master Initiates 1w
  •   suitestpee @chiquiquita0 from a page called master initiates on FB. they have a lot of insightful info 1w
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  •   suitestpee @sllatsmik i posted a link in my bio for you to check out Love. Tis guided meditation & VERY VERY IMPACTFUL & HEALING. TRY! 1w

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suitestpee <Surrender, let Silence have you.
Surrender to the source,
Surrender to awareness, this is the only place of protection.
Surrender your heart and you will know all.
Surrender to Consciousness and Bliss.
Surrender means to surrender your bondage and to simply be Freedom. Papaji>
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suitestpee <The next suitable person you’re in light conversation with, you stop suddenly in the middle of the conversation and look at the person closely and say, “What’s wrong?” You say it in a concerned way. He’ll say, “What do you mean?” You say, “Something’s wrong. I can tell. What is it?” And he’ll look stunned and say, “How did you know?” He doesn’t realize something’s always wrong, with everybody. Often more than one thing. He doesn’t know everybody’s always going around all the time with something wrong and believing they’re exerting great willpower and control to keep other people, for whom they think nothing’s ever wrong, from seeing it.David Foster Wallace> 5d

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suitestpee <I have frequently seen people become neurotic when they content themselves with inadequate or wrong answers to the questions of life. They seek position, marriage, reputation, outward success of money, and remain unhappy and neurotic even when they have attained what they were seeking. Such people are usually confined within too narrow a spiritual horizon. Their life has not sufficient content, sufficient meaning. If they are enabled to develop into more spacious personalities, the neurosis generally disappears.As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light of meaning in the darkness of mere being.Carl Jung> 5d

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859church Last Week our associate pastor @chardgrier and his wife Katie shared one of the most transparent testimonies ever heard on a Sunday morning at Centenary. It was powerfully moving and truly a #Witness to Gods work in their lives. This Sunday we continue the transparency in our Witness series. #830 #945 #11 7h

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