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Notes {1674} ~ MYSTICS {28} ~ Jeff Foster

Author/teacher Jeff Foster studied Astrophysics at Cambridge University. In his mid-twenties, after a long period of depression and illness, he became addicted to the idea of ‘spiritual enlightenment’ and embarked on an intensive spiritual quest for the ultimate truth of existence. The spiritual search came crashing down with the clear recognition of the non-dual nature of everything, and the discovery of the extraordinary in the ordinary. In the clarity of this seeing, life became what it always was: intimate, open, loving and spontaneous, and Jeff was left with a deep understanding of the root illusion behind all human suffering, and a love of the present moment. Jeff presently holds meetings, retreats and private one-to-one sessions around the world, gently but directly pointing people back to the deep acceptance inherent in the present moment.

Did You Know {211} ~ The Origins Of Astrology Go Way Back In History

“We don’t really know who first came up with the idea for looking at things in nature and divining influences on humans,” NASA astronomer Sten Odenwald told Time. “There’s some indication that cave art shows this idea that animals and things can be imbued with some kind of spirit form that then has an influence on you, and if you appease that spirit form, then you will have a successful hunt. That was taken over by the idea of divination, where you can actually look at things in nature and study them carefully, such as tea-leaf reading.” I believe astrology goes way back and coincides with early humans progressing and developing.

The Human Family Community Open Threads {211}

Welcome to “The Human Family Community Open Threads,” a project open for anyone who would like to express their feelings, make friends or talk about anything; if you feel suicidal, depressed, anxious or lonely during these times this project is here for you. Feel free to leave a comment below or email ~ ambervictoriadiosraw@outlook.com; let’s start a conversation. No judgement, we don’t know until we walk in someone else’s shoes.. You’re never alone even if it may seem this way.

~DiosRaw, 27/04/22

~Light Codes~

Are you receiving Light Code symbols? Seeing geometric symbols in meditation?

If you see shapes or colors in meditation, you may be receiving Light Codes.

Light Codes are energy patterns that all of creation emits and within them is encoded healing energy, thoughts, and imprinted emotions. 

When put together in a series, they are called a light language. 

Everything emits an energy pattern, even words. One could also say that words are the most familiar forms of Light Codes that we know today. 

Even words can be translated into symbols and patterns known as energy codes or Light Codes.

We don’t need words to emit energy patterns, though. 

All we need is a living body. When we tune in, all living bodies emit energy, and within that energy are patterns called codes. 

We may even be able to see these patterns emitted to us from the universal collective around.

Some people have seen these patterns, codes shared in light, and created books based on them. 

Tarot {15} ~ Major Arcana {6} ~ The Lovers

“In its purest form, The Lovers card represents conscious connections and meaningful relationships. The arrival of this card in a Tarot reading shows that you have a beautiful, soul-honoring connection with a loved one. You may believe you have found your soul mate or life partner, and the sexual energy between you both goes way beyond instant gratification and lust to something that is very spiritual and almost Tantric. While The Lovers card typically refers to a romantic tie, it can also represent a close friendship or family relationship where love, respect and compassion flow.

The Lovers is a card of open communication and raw honesty. Given that the man and woman are naked, they are both willing to be in their most vulnerable states and have learned to open their hearts to one another and share their truest feelings. They shape the container from which trust and confidence can emerge, and this makes for a powerful bond between the two. In a reading, this card is a sign that by communicating openly and honestly with those you care about, you will create a harmonious and fulfilling relationship built on trust and respect.

On a more personal level, The Lovers card represents getting clear about your values and beliefs. You are figuring out what you stand for and your philosophy. Having gone through the indoctrination of The Hierophant, you are now ready to establish your belief system and decide what is and what is not essential to you. It’s time to go into the big wide world and make choices for yourself, staying true to who you are and being authentic and genuine in all your endeavors.

At its heart, The Lovers is about choice. The choice about who you want to be in this lifetime, how you connect with others and on what level, and about what you will and won’t stand for. To make good choices, you need to be clear about your personal beliefs and values – and stay true to them. Not all decisions will be easy either. The Lovers card is often a sign that you are facing a moral dilemma and must consider all consequences before acting. Your values system is being challenged, and you are being called to take the higher path, even if it is difficult. Do not carry out a decision based on fear or worry or guilt or shame. Now, more than ever, you must choose love – love for yourself, love for others and love for the Universe. Choose the best version of yourself.

Finally, The Lovers card encourages you to unify dual forces. You can bring together two parts that are seemingly in opposition to one another and create something that is ‘whole’, unified and harmonious. In every choice, there is an equal amount of advantage and disadvantage, opportunity and challenge, positive and negative. When you accept these dualities, you build the unity from which love flows.”

Source ~ https://www.biddytarot.com/tarot-card-meanings/major-arcana/lovers/


Drgha, sometimes spelled dirgha, is a Sanskrit word that means “long,” particularly in regard to space or time. For example, drgha-kala means doing something for a long time. In his Yoga Sutras, Patanjali refers to the practice of yoga as being dirgha, as well as without interruption and with devotion.

Drgha is also a term used in relation to a form of pranayama, or yogic breathing exercise. It is called drgha swasam pranayama or simply drgha (or dirgha) pranayama. In English, it is referred to as three-part breathing or the complete breath.