Life is an adventure in awareness when we realize that the search begins by "going within". When we are able to become our own observer our consciousness expands far beyond the limited space of our physical bodies and we experience ourselves as the temples of our soul. Through meditative awareness and acceptance we may experience love in its purest unconditional form. Love is our very creative essence. By using our creative talents and capacities for a higher purpose we align ourselves with the divine plan. As we honour and respect fellow souls on their path, we unite in kindness to empower ourselves. This is our ultimate gift of potential healing and liberation... our unlimited capacity of love. ~ Sirisat
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You page is beautiful like you.
I love the music "Yemaya Assessu", by Deva Premal. In the yoruba religion (candomblé, in Brazil), I am son of Yemaya (the Goddess of the Sea) and of Omulu (the Lord of the Death and Health).
Thanks for your beauty and spirituality.
Love and light.
You are beautiful, thanks for adding me to friends! I love your wisdom and guidelines. Hope I will follow them. Want to hear you sing...on your site? I am a singer, but alas nothing to record. Paid in church in Oklahoma to sing. I play piano too. Hope you will like my compositions on my page. Steve
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