Home Interior Feng Shui Tips

We are already in the second half of 2015, but it’s not yet too late to do some changes in your home’s decorations to welcome wealth, happiness and harmony into your home this year of the Wooden Sheep. And what better way to do this than through Feng Shui, right?

What exactly is Feng Shui?
This is the art and science of organizing space to maximize good ‘chi’ or the positive energy. Feng Shui is based on the idea that the home is a reflection of what is happening inside us, so its purpose is to create a harmonious environment that not only boosts positive energy but also leads to a better life in general.

Although the process is a bit complex, especially for the higher Feng Shui levels, you can always start off with the basics. So, provided here are some tips for your next home interior design.

Get Rid of All the Clutter
This is one of the fundamentals of a harmonious home, whether or not you are into Feng Shui. Come to think of it, how could a home be conducive for living if it is not clutter-free? The clutter does not only block the flow of positive energy, but it also gives you a constrictive feeling. Thus, keep only the bare essentials so that your home can easily “breathe.” Also, repair or replace anything that is damaged or broken. Items that bring bad memories should be also disposed.

Welcome Positive Energy…Literally!
Although the front door may not technically be an indoor structure, it is the main entryway into your home. Nothing should be blocking the way. Dead plants should be cut and any damages should be repaired. According to Feng Shui, the path leading to the entry should be curved and not straight, so that the good chi flows in and the bad energy stays out.

Additionally, you may also want to have an accent door. A blue door promotes relaxation, red is for prosperity, brown for stability, and green is for growth. Thinking of a rainbow-colored door? Well, as long as it fits your personality and home style, then you may go for it. The important thing is, it should be painted well and evenly, and should always stay clean and welcoming and most of all keeps you safe.

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Junk DNA: Our Interdimensional Doorway to Transformation

Something that is not particularly widely known about the mind-body connection today is that, since the early 1940s, a genuine microbiological framework for understanding the power of suggestion, intention, belief, and experience in general has been developing. In this short essay based on my research in The Grand Illusion: A Synthesis of Science and Spirituality (Books 1 and 2), we will look at some of this work within the context of physiological and psychospiritual transformations—and the deliberate acceleration of one’s conscious evolution.

If We Don’t Understand It, Then It’s “Junk”
As most readers probably know, the vast majority of our DNA “text” is not used in the coding of proteins and enzymes—it is non-coding—and scientists generally don’t have any idea what its purpose is. Thus, in their infinite wisdom, they initially dubbed it “junk DNA”. How much of our DNA is junk? About 95–98 per cent—rather a lot of waste for Nature to hang onto, I think you will agree (some scientific estimates go as high as 99 per cent). Since it is not responsible for constructing our basic physical form, its purpose has remained mysterious to conventional mindsets until very recently. We now know that a large portion of that “junk” DNA is made up of mobile genetic elements (transposons and retrotransposons) or “jumping DNA”, which can rewrite and activate—or deactivate—certain genetic codes. Jumping DNA  reportedly makes up as much as half of the total DNA nucleotides. [1]

Another major portion of the non-protein-coding regions of the genome is comprised of variable-number, tandemly repeating sequences known as “satellite DNA”. Microbiologist William Brown believes that through specific conformational arrangements, satellite DNA interfaces with the so-called “morphic field”; various conformations have specific resonances with the morphic field and can therefore tune into different information programs. Since satellite DNA is very specific to each person, each of us tunes into a distinct and unique morphogenetic pattern. [2]

It seems likely that both jumping DNA and satellite DNA interface with the morphic field, thus responding to alterations in one’s state of consciousness. Satellite DNA’s ability to expand the number of repeating sequences means an increase in the information-carrying capacity of DNA. As a fractal antenna, DNA interacts with the vacuum/aether (terms which are synonymous in this context with zero-point field/implicate order/time-space), transducing the zero-point energy which interacts with our consciousness. A greater interaction between our DNA and the torsion and/or scalar forces in the vacuum might equate to expanded consciousness, while a lesser interactivity would result in a contracted awareness. Thus, “certain modular arrangements of DNA would be more conducive to conscious awareness.” [3]

In the 1990s, a team of Russian linguists led by Dr Peter Gariaev discovered that the genetic code in “junk” DNA follows uniform grammar and usage rules virtually identical to those of human language. It turns out that the “junk” was laden with the intimations of intelligence, purpose and meaning (a perspective forbidden by fundamentalist Darwinism). This ground-breaking research followed Jeff Delrow’s discovery in 1990 that the four nucleotides (A, T, G and C) of DNA inherently form fractal structures closely related to human speech patterns. 4 Within non-coding DNA segments, scientists have found large numbers of “endlessly repeated sequences with no apparent meaning, and even palindromes, which are words or sentences which can be read in either direction.” [5]

Thus, human language seems to have emerged from the grammatical and syntactical structures within our very own DNA—the massive “junk” portion, no less!—hence why there is no substance to the notion that there was some kind of linear progression from the primitive form of pre-linguistic communication in the animal kingdom to human language. It was a quantum leap right out of the aether/vacuum/implicate order. [6]

The Gariaev group’s pioneering DNA research accounts for the power of hypnosis (and potentially most other psi phenomena, or “hypercommunication”). One of the basic assumptions made by the Gariaev team is that “the genome has a capacity for quasiconsciousness so that DNA ‘words’ produce and help in the recognition of semantically meaningful phrases.” [7] Because the structures of DNA base pairs and of language are so similar, we can alter our own genetics by simply using words and sentences, as has been experimentally proven. Live DNA “will always react to language-modulated laser rays and even to radio waves, if the proper frequencies are being used. This finally and scientifically explains why affirmations, autogenous training, hypnosis and the like can have such strong effects of humans and their bodies.” [8]

By: Brendan D. Murphy

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The Walking Churches


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Our bodies are temples and they house something within us that is not always seen. That which is within us have always been called by so many names but whatever it is, it has many great things to share with us. Many have called this entity a prophet of some sort, but previous prophets were for people of that time. The reason I say this is because nothing was lost or translated by bankers, copywriters and thieves. What you tell your fellow walking churches today is meant for them; directly.


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We walk on water when we are able to go against those spirits who seek to destroy our walking church. Those who tell us that we should not seek to help others–those who poison through media and other mass forms of communication are poisonous to our walking church and should no longer be invited.

While buildings are symbolic for bodies, and outward churches and their materials can be destroyed… physical bodies can be destroyed as well, but you keep the materials gained like the air and its traveled distances. The universe often attend our walking church sermons, and silences itself so that our words can make it think. What we think, it gives, based on our sermon. The good we receive has a popular term, and that term is “blessings,” but weren’t we there for the sermon? It is called a “blessing” because we are getting “less” than the value because we were blind to our own sermon.

You are the church, I am the church, your family is the church, your friends are the church and we are all walking churches. Pay 10% to your own church. People learn yoga, meditation, eating right, do good unto others are all valuable. Learn The Art of Being Selfish and build on that 10% and make it more over time and that being within you will start to show up even more.

In Conclusion:

The walking church is a non-profit organization and becomes more stable through donations. Your donations or charity to others help to keep it going. Charity as in a smile, a good word, grace etc. is all forms of charity and donations that is seen by the highest of highest as a tax-deductible (karma). The being within us loves to give charity or donations and it let’s us know that.

Thank you for listening to my sermon. My name is Pastor Yourself. Now please spread the word to your fellow walking churches.

Written by: A.D. Upchurch, loving and giving gnostic writer aiming to help raise awareness, consciousness for the hopes of a more aware and caring world. A.D. Upchurch is currently seeking spiritual writers to share their original and unpublished writings with his brand Creative Sol Vibrations.

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Theory of Changelessness

Evolved Theories: This is a series of crystallized evolved thoughts which provide very effective lines for subtle contemplation! These are collected from ancient Upanishadic analysis of deep observations of various aspects of existence and their interpretations by great spiritual masters.


Each such theory is followed by its explanation from a general angle of view which too may supply points to ponder over! The purpose of such elaboration is to lift the reader’s mind to fresher and subtler realms of thought.

Theory of Changelessness: Changes can be observed only with respect to something which is relatively changeless.


When we are in a moving train, we observe the things moving back with respect to us which are stationary with respect to an observer standing on the platform. Again we can feel the inside parts of the train to be stationary where as they are moving with respect to the observer standing on the platform. In this case if we (sitting inside the moving train) observe another vehicle to be stationary then the vehicle must be moving with velocity and direction equal to that of ours. Yet again we may observe a certain vehicle moving forward. In that case the vehicle must be travelling faster than ours.

Relative-Motion-1.gifIn a different occasion we are sitting on the roof top (let us say) and observe people, vehicles, trees, houses, electric poles etc… This also is only with respect to our position which is changeless as per our immediate feeling… The above are just from our common experience.

The fact that all observations are true only from a particular frame of reference and may not be compatible with a different frame of reference can be further realized with the following instance of observing a ball bouncing and rebounding from the floor of an aircraft. Observing the event is considered from the perspective of the player who plays with it by hitting the rubber ball to the floor. The same is considered as if observed from earth, from outside of solar system and from outside the Milky-way galaxy as well.


Now Let Us Think:

All the changes in our outer world are perceived through our mind and intellect equipment. That is the mind and intellect is relatively changeless with respect to the perceivable world around. But we are aware that our mind and intellect also is changing, aren’t we?! We know that neither our emotions nor our intellectual ideas remain the same throughout our own life. For example, someone whom we deeply loved two years back may be the source of our hatred now! Or whom we hated couple of years back may seem loveable now! Similarly intellectually what we thought to be appreciable just few months back may now appear condemnable. Such changes are more easily observable at a physical level. No need to mention that we are very much aware that our body changes through time (childhood, youth, middle-age, old-age). Therefore broadly we arrive at two interlinked ideas:

1. The body, mind and intellect are relatively changeless with respect to all the objects perceived, emotions felt and thoughts entertained.


2. The awareness is relatively changeless with respect to the body, mind and intellect also.


Since the body, mind, intellect, objects, emotions and thoughts constitute the entire perceivable cosmos and we are aware of the changes in all of those, this AWARENESS must be the absolute changeless substratum of them all. This absolute changelessness is termed as GOD in various religions and as TRUTH or REALITY in philosophy.

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The Art of Being Selfish

When we are born we are the center of our universe. Slowly society teaches us that our needs should never come first. Being selfish, being self centered, is being bad and that’s not good. The truth is success comes from being selfish, putting your needs and dreams ahead of everything else. This is the secret of the universe, where you focus your energy is what manifests.


When I was a new mother my aunt told me, the biggest lie of women’s lib(eration) was to make us think we can have it all, at the same time. You have to prioritize. You only have 100% how you slice it up is up to you. You can give 90% to your career and your home and family 10, some part of your life is going to be lacking. I made a decision right there to be the best mother I can be, which means every other aspect of my life came second. I do not regret it. Now, my only child will soon be leaving the house and for the first time, in a long time, I can consider- what do I want?

Those four little words, “what do I want”, has led me to the center of myself. Babies in a nurturing home get their needs met and they are the center of the universe. However, when we get older, the ‘I wants’ are shamed out of us. We are taught empathy. We are forced to share. We are taught helping others equates to happiness. We can see that helping others with their wants leads to praise, smiles, hugs, all positives. We learn focusing on self is shunned, may be punished, cause friction, or generates bad feelings. We are taught that it’s wrong to consider our feelings first. Some of us are so damaged by this, we don’t know who we are. Therefore, we cannot possibly answer the question: what do I want?


The internal conflict is giving yourSelf permission to be selfish. It takes strength to look in the mirror and know thyself. That means knowing what makes you happy, where your joy lies. This is almost an impossible task for many of us. We believe that selfishness is a sin, it is opposite of loving and that simply not true. There is nothing more loving than loving yourself. That is a natural truth. It is natural to take care of Self, all animals know this, it’s instinctual. So, what’s wrong with us? Why is it so hard to say,” this is me, I am…” and “I love me”?

The names, the labels, and the negativity: narcissistic and uncaring. All because you found your joy and you are living it. You have to get past what others think, say and/or do. You are unique, with special gifts to share. I’m coming to believe that we all need to be selfish. At some point in your life you have to look in the mirror. When you do, you want to love what you see, from the inside out. I am not suggesting that you neglect your life, your family, or work. I am suggesting, with regularity, you do something completely selfish. Spend some time remembering who you are, things you love and do that. You cannot keep putting off your joy; your tomorrow may never get here. If you love skipping, drawing, whistling, whatever that is, take time and live freely, if only for a few moments. It will change your life.

Written by: Tanzania Lucas

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From Citizen of New Jersey to Citizen of the World: Key Ingredients to Build the Life You Want

How we think determines everything we experience in this life. When I first started toying with the idea of change, I realized for the first time the impact our thoughts have on our reality. I was open to the idea that if I changed how I thought, my world would change along with it. I wanted to be more positive—I wanted to be one of those people who believed good things could happen merely by, well, believing they could. I wanted to believe we have a good deal of control over our experience, and great power in shaping our lives.

When I evaluated my current way of thinking and belief system, I realized I was not a super-negative person, but I certainly didn’t have a shiny outlook on things. Like many people, I just didn’t expect much, and just let life kind of happen to me.

Realize what you believe now is really not based on any sort of hard fact or objective truth—you can believe in something better. You just have to be willing to accept this, and make a serious effort to be different. You must expose yourself to information that helps you internalize these more positive beliefs and ways of thinking—you have a lot of programming to undo, and the repeated exposure is necessary.

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7 Things To Give Up On

If you’ve ever said that you’ve never tried to go above and beyond for a person you actually like(d) or loved, you’re probably lying. Just because you did or do doesn’t guarantee they’ll do it back, or for that matter accept what your doing for them. You could spend the rest of your life trying to make them happy and hopefully see your way or accept the fact that not everyone will agree with the path you chose. Long story short, you can’t please everyone.

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High Performance is a Consequence of Habits

Habits and productivity

There are good habits and bad habits and there are habits that have no distinct categorization nor purpose. But there are also habits that are developed on purpose to accomplish a goal. Building habits to achieve high performance or productivity is an example of this.

Personal and working habits could make or break a person’s productivity. In our personal and professional life, we are the sum total of our habits. As Mahatma Gandhi said, “our habits become our values and our values, become our destiny.” What we attain in life and at the work place is largely built on the humongous network of habits we have formed; routine behaviors that we do almost without conscious thought and which we have formed repeatedly over a period of time.

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The Creative Genius Stuck on Stupid

We are all creative geniuses, but what happens when we get stuck on stupid? I am talking about the proverbial writer’s block, the lack of motivation, the lack of desire to do anything productive. We all face days where it takes so much of our energy to just go through the motions of daily life. Be it the housework, the children, the spouse, the job, we all know this feeling well. What we do, and how to overcome the lethargic motions of mundane life can make the biggest difference in asphyxiating apathy. First, we need to accept these feelings as normal and allow ourselves the down time we need to recuperate.

Often, we are compelled to out-do, over compensate, and simply push ourselves to the brink of breaking down and wallowing in mental laziness. If we change our perspective, we will realize this time is vital. It’s like a re-wiring in a sense. Of course we need to set limits to our laziness and throwing in the towel is never an option, but in all honesty, we need this down time. While we think we are not being inspired when in fact we actually are. In our subconscious minds, we are still creating. We are always dreaming, we are always thinking.

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