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Re: Fw: Rupunda's article in Today's Malaysian Star

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  • mnmnu111
    ... travelling companion Rupunda. ... you know a list to which he would have posted please forward it on. ... relates to the fifth challenge of Vision 2020 - I
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 5, 2007
      --- In lovingpurelove@yahoogroups.com, "Gaele Arnott" <gaeleaus@...> wrote:
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      > This is the version as appeared in todays Malaysian Star Online
      > Sadly it is being posted to you from me and not from our friend and travelling companion Rupunda.
      > This was the last in the series which he wrote on the chakras.
      > I don't have his complete mailing list from here in OZ so please if you know a list to which he would have posted please forward it on.
      > with love
      > Gaele
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      > Health
      > Sunday August 5, 2007
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      > Your inner voice
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      > OORANYA KALORI BY RUPUNDA
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      > The seventh chakra, which represents the sentiment 'I nourish', relates to the fifth challenge of Vision 2020 - I pledge to be mature, liberal and respectful of all Malaysians regardless of colour and creed ...
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      > WE will never become a fully developed nation until we meet and overcome the fifth challenge of Vision 2020.
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      > After 50 years of independence, we have to ask ourselves how independent we really are if customs, cultures and religion are the things that control us. These things control us for one reason and one reason only - they are tools to entrench in power those who are afraid of accountability, and so the health of our nation suffers.
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      > As we address these issues this week and ask ourselves the hard questions, we will be assisted by our own sacred symbol and the 16-eyed dZi bead. This bead brings back the humour in life. It reminds us that it is through play and joy that all things may be obtained.
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      > When you use your voice as a tool for expression and release, you open and clear your throat chakra, enabling you to express your highest wisdom more clearly.
      > It helps us repel sadness, depression, melancholy and sorrow. This dZi helps us to maintain a smile inside. It reminds us of the playfulness of youth and that we may have that playfulness at any age. It causes others to want to be friends with us and join us in our play.
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      > Chrysocolla, a blue-green opaque stone, will also assist us in this journey.
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      > The frequency of this stone embodies both the clear blue ray of the throat and the green ray of the heart. This combination encourages us to speak what is in our heart. Communicating in a loving and heart-centred way is a powerful skill, and chrysocolla is a powerful ally when we are called upon to communicate from our heart.
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      > In this time of change, we are being asked to review and revise our ways of communicating and interacting with one another. The power of the spoken word is now being realised. Chrysocolla has come at this time to aid us in finding new and more balanced ways of interacting, and to aid us in speaking from our hearts, so that we may utilise this sacred power for the highest good.
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      > Chrysocolla speaks of the power of affirmation. The infinite Universe knows what is in each of our hearts. There is no need to tell it. But words are powerful in creating what we want on Earth. When our words are in line with our hearts and are spoken in prayer to the Divine Light, they cause powerful reverberations throughout the earth, causing change and attracting that which we are praying for.
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      > Spoken affirmations are a strong tool for creation and reinforcement on earth.
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      > The sounds that we make are sacred. The gift of speech is one of the tools we were given by the spirit for creation on this plane. We can use sound to create joy and harmony, or to create pain and discord. We can create a loving, abundant world through our affirmations, or we can create an unpleasant and scarcity-filled world. The way that we utilise the sacred power of our voice is a direct reflection of our inner state of being.
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      > Chrysocolla has come to aid us in aligning the sacred sound of our voice with the heart of the Universe, creating only that which is harmonious and joyful.
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      > Chrysocolla is calling you to voice what is in your heart. The sounds that you make with your throat chakra create a resonance throughout your body, energy field, and external environment. Give your emotions a voice through song, toning, or by speaking with others about them. Affirm your heart's desires out loud in order to create a resonance with your words on earth.
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      > When you use your voice as a tool for expression and release, you open and clear your throat chakra, enabling you to express your highest wisdom more clearly. Chrysocolla has come to aid you in the process of releasing emotion through sound. Open your heart to chrysocolla, and resonate with its energy, celebrating life through your sacred sounds.
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      > Now to our questions.
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      > What guidance have you sought during meditation or praying? This is important, unless you seek guidance in meditation or praying, you are being influenced by out-of-date guidance, which means you are not living your life as you should or could.
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      > What type of guidance do you fear the most? Believe it or not, some people are afraid of what God may say to them now and so the guidance we fear most is the guidance we need most.
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      > Do you bargain with God/the Divine? Aah, yes some people do bargain with the Divine in issues that are important in their lives; God will guide us as to what is the best for us. It is we human beings who try and get God to change the guidance given to us, and as we have free will, we are allowed to go the wrong way until we wake up and get back on the right path.
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      > Do you complain to God/the Divine more than you express gratitude? How often do we thank God, or do we wait until things go wrong and then we complain and expect everything to be fixed instantly even though in our hearts we know it does not work that way.
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      > Are you devoted to a particular spiritual path? Please note the word Spiritual as opposed to Religious path. There is a great divide between each and we have to traverse the distance. As a nation we have a great distance to travel if we are to achieve vision 2020.
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      > If not, do you feel a need to find one? I hope you answer to this question is a resounding yes.
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      > Do you believe in the importance of religious understanding and respecting the beliefs of each other? Again I trust your answer is a resounding yes, and that includes respecting the beliefs of others within our same religious grouping. God gave every one free will and no human being has been given the right to tell us otherwise for any reason.
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      > Are you waiting for the Divine to send you an explanation for your painful experiences? If so, list them. The list you create should be for yourself and for our nation and it will be long.
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      > When we create the list, we have to ask ourselves why we have not learned from them. Saying that the previous generation did not do something properly and we will do it better means nothing unless we have learnt the lessons of the past. In the last 50 years, we have been presented with many lessons, and we still refuse to learn many of them.
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      > Have you started and stopped a meditation practice? Yes or no.
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      > If no, what are the reasons that you failed to maintain it? As we come to the end of the physical questions, the challenges become harder. Do we know that we fail in our meditation because we are afraid to hear what God is telling us?
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      > What spiritual truths are you aware of that you do not live by?
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      > List them, and as you list them, consider, remember and commit to the spiritual truth that we need to pledge to be mature, liberal and respectful of all Malaysians regardless of colour and creed and acknowledge their freedom to practise and profess their customs, cultures and religious beliefs while belonging to our nation - Malaysia.
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      > Are you afraid of a closer relationship with the Divine/God because of the changes it might trigger in your life? You know it and I know it: if we practise what we preach, the changes we could achieve in Malaysia would transform us into a dynamic nation, ahead of all others.
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      > We have to traverse the divide. Will you join others who are willing to do so now?
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      > a.. The Ooranya Kalori (the Rainbow Message Stick) is brought to us by Rupunda (Hj Mohd Hazri Humphreys). Rupunda (He Who Moves from the Dreamtime with the Rainbow Wind in the Rainbow Body) is a global corporate and personal transformational healer who wants to shows us that healing, be it personal, corporate, national or spiritual, comes by returning balance to every aspect of our lives. Visit Rupunda at http://www. cosmicevolution.org/CirclesofLifeJagGY.html and write to him at starhealth@...
      > The information provided is for educational purposes only and should not be considered as medical advice. The Star does not give any warranty on accuracy, completeness, functionality, usefulness or other assurances as to such information. The Star disclaims all liability for any losses, damage to property or personal injury suffered directly or indirectly from reliance on such information.
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      You are right I agre with you.;)
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