Spiritual climate change is about the inner environment of one’s own consciousness, and the meltdown of those once frozen, barren, isolated mental spaces. This video presentation deals with the dynamics of a long-standing working model of holistic healing. The primary factors of holistic healing deal with the nature of energy one is consuming, mentally, physically and spiritually. If one remains unaware of the fact that there are two different natures of energy at work within one’s consciousness, then one will be unable to discern the causes and effects of one’s own consumption. This video lecture presentation provides necessary tools for those who desire to be conscious energy consumers during this time of earth-shifting change.
Maat and karma go hand in hand. Both spiritual principles are based on laws of cause and effect, and the fact that one will reap from what one sows. In Kemetic wisdom, Maat was the embodiment of a spiritual nature or NTR — truth, justice, harmony, balance, reciprocationand cosmic order.
Similarly, in Hinduism and Buddhism, karma is the law of cause and effect that governs the universe. It states that your actions, intentions, and thoughts can influence your future experiences and determine your destiny.
The higher-peace consciousness forwarded by the Sacred Ancestral Naga Priesthood was spread in Ausarian teachings that seeded world religious traditions such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, Taoism and others. Within these traditions, one can track and trace the sacred-garden-culture values that begin with consuming from the fruits of the Tree of Life.
The moral and ethical reasoning that has been preserved from the teachings of the Sacred Ancestral Naga Priesthood honors the sanctity of life. Reverence for life within the Sacred Garden Culture from which we come makes the shedding of blood taboo. Thus, we still find the bits, pieces, and parts of the Sacred Garden Culture throughout the eastern lands of India and Asia.
The principle of Ahimsa, which is a term meaning “non-violence” and “non-injury” is seeded from the Ausarian teachings of higher peace that are upheld within the sacred ancestral Tree-of-Life culture. The sacred ancestral body temple of Ausar was chopped into bits, pieces, and parts by his younger brother Seth and scattered across the world never to be re-membered. However, the re-membering continues to occur, simply because we have not forgotten.