Thursday, 30 August 2018

Sex, productivity and motivation

The mystery of sex energy and transmutation, and how you can harness this universal life force to send your productivity into overdrive. Napoleon Hill talked about the Transmutation of Sexual Energy, calling it the most powerful tool in existence when it comes to creation, invention, accomplishment, creativity, advancement, and achievement. Robert Sepehr is an author, producer and independent anthropologist.

Viktor E. Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning

" Don't aim at success. The more you aim at it 
and make it a target, the more you are going to miss it.
For success, like happiness, cannot be pursued;
it must ensue, and it only does so as the unintended 
side effect of one's personal dedication to cause greater than
oneself or as the by-product of one's surrender to a person other
than oneself.
Happiness must happen, and the same holds for success:
you have to let it happen by not caring about it. 
I want you to listen to what your conscience commands you to do
and go on to carry it out to the best of your knowledge.
Then you will live to see that in the long-run- in the long-run, 
I say!-success will follow you precisely because you had forgotten to think about it."

( Viktor E. Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning)

Tuesday, 21 August 2018

20 commonly asked spiritual questions

Dear Friends,

Following Ian MacKenzie's post on Matador Network,

I would like to provide my answers to his 20 spiritual questions.

I hope that provides guidance for seekers from all circles may those be representing
any religions or spiritual groups.

 1. Why is there poverty and suffering in the world?

 It is because people make wrong decesions that is based on poor morality. People lacking the knowledge how to make the right choice which can lead to succes, happiness and peace.

 2. What is the relationship between science and religion?

 In an ideal world of existence the two would be the same. In present time science and religion seem to be the opposite which I find strange simply because if you take a closer look how the smallest cells work in your body it operates in order, regenerates, it dies, etc. suggests there must be a higher intelligence behind it.

 3. Why are so many people depressed?

 I believe people are depressed because they incapable of controlling their own lives, cannot confront their emotion turbulence and feel disconnected from spirituality.

 4. What are we all so afraid of?

 There can be many reasons for that such as death, incurable diseases, losing a loved one, being left alone. The main thing could be behind it is that lacking the knowledge how our Universe works. Once you figured it out, it gives you a peace of mind.

 5. When is war justifiable?

 For protection of human right, or stopping terrorists or supporting groups and people creating a happier and more spiritual future.
 Please, let me also confirm, war can not be only fought with weapons. That to be avoided at the highest level possible. As unnecessary harm in it's any forms.

 6. How would God want us to respond to aggression and terrorism?

 It depends on religion/spiritual standpoint. For example in ancient Greece god of war Ares would have absolutely loved and encouraged it in oppose to Hestia, goddess of hearth. If you have the Christian's god in mind he takes a stand in his chosen nation and helps and protect them even it is through war.  -as you can read about it in Old Testament. However In the new Testament Jesus teaches us to forgive and love, he is definitely against war.

 7. How does one obtain true peace?

 Fist of all, confronting one`s issues such as health, relationships, financial. Finding solutions for one`s problem through meditations, exercises, art anything that elevates your spirit to the point that one sees her/his life in an outer perspective that helps to be creative enough to sort out those issues.

 8. What does it mean to live in the present moment?

 To able to smell those scents, fragrances, odors that are in one`s environment, see objects around that are actually there, hear all those noises or even silence that is with the individual at the time, be able to touch the objects that are around, feel their material, temperatures. When you are aware of your surroundings you become more conscious and focused, more quick to react to changes and make better decisions that serves your welfare.

 9. What is our greatest distraction?

 In my opinion the greatest distraction is paying too much attention to meaningless things for instance what others think, gossiping, being angry and holding onto this anger for ages, not letting thing go, feeling negative.

 10. Is current religion serving it's purpose?

 Which religion are we talking about? Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Wicca, Paganism, etc? In overall I believe that if you blindly follow only dogmas it will never be able to serve your needs or humanity`s. If you want to find peace, happiness you need to see beyond dogmas, have to establish a connection to a Higher power/Intelligence or god call it whatever you want. Every people need guidance on a daily basis, in each situation a unique and tailored formula should be applied to get a good solution.

 11. What happens to you after you die?

 Well, your body starts to decompose but your soul, spirit, you, your being lives on. It gets freed from its physical prison then moves on to the next level of conciseness.

 12. Describe heaven and how to get there.

 To be honest I have not been to Heaven yet or if I had been I cannot remember to share my experience. My translation of Heaven is a place or a dimension that is chosen by your higher being who is wise and knows whats the best for you. Heaven must be a plane where you end up being there based on your expectations in waking life.

 13. What is the meaning of life?

 In every men and women it varies. Each individual has a purpose to obtain order in the Universe. Each person should know what it is or seek if it is unknown to them. It can be  being a good surgeon to help patients, or become a teacher who is responsible for the education of the next generation of humanity, being as astrophysicists who ensures that humanity receives updated information about the galaxy and universe, being a  baker who supplies his/her town with good quality food.Each job has its own function same as a clockwork, every single tiny peace has its own purpose and they work as a team. The final result is a clock or watch. Beautiful. What matters the most is everybody do what they suppose to do, being a useful part of the system resulting in balance, harmony, and order in the universe.

 14. Describe God.

 Yet again, depending on religion or personal belief there are many different options.  But if you are interested in a universal higher intelligence/power is something like this: the cause changes in the universe, controlling these changes, maintaining and if it wishes ceases it. Sees, hear and knows everything, can be at multiple places and times at once. Able to create as it wishes, knows the laws of the Universe.

 15. What is the greatest quality humans possess?

 To be frank humans can stand up to changes. No matter what, even if our life depends on it we just do not change for the better or worse. Remain still, and of course nothing will ever happens.

 16. What is it that prevents people from living to their full potential?

 Their excuses and lack of self discipline. When someone get over his/her excuses and for example make more time to learn a new language which could be beneficial on a long term nothing guarantees that the individual will complete the course due to make the efforts to learn, to make money for it,etc it requires a lot of effort and willingness. Without self discipline anything is impossible to reach.

 17. Nonverbally, by motion or gesture only, act out what you believe to be the current condition of the world.

 Thumbs up for the nations of the planet for finally starting to make serious steps for environment protection and for those people trying to stand up for a happier and more spiritual future.

 18. What is your one wish for the world?

 I wish the world was a more spiritual place and the laws of the universe widely recognized.

 19. What is wisdom and how do we gain it?

 Wisdom means smart enough to make right decisions and judge the situations. It can be gain by opening up to learn new things and experience  that never been experienced before and making conclusions. Learn from mistakes and avoid making them again  in the future. Do researches, reading books about ancient civilizations.

20. Are we all one?

 In terms of  we are all made up from the same material like stars, our body contains the same elements as other celestial bodies in the universe/ and other elements in the universe I guess we are somewhat one entity from a far objective standpoint.

Please, comment and suggest below if you see something different, have any idea or would be happy to discuss this further.


Thursday, 2 February 2017

Ways to eat smart on a tight budget

You really cannot put a price on good health. Bad health comes with medical costs, drugs and even reduced work capacity.

Luckily you do not have to break the bank to eat well.

You could save money by buying cheaper brands than you normally do. There's not always much difference between value and premium ranges. Give it a go and let your taste buds be the judge, not the shiny label.

Képtalálat a következőre: „gabona”

Most stores offer generic (own) brands for nearly any product.
All food manufacturers have to follow standards to provide safe food. The generic brands may be the same quality as other national brands, just less expensive.
Shop for produce that is in season. Local produce that is in season is generally cheaper.
Stock up on staples and your favourite products when they are on sale. Just make sure that they will not go bad in the meantime. If you can, it is a great idea to grow your own produce.
Seeds are very cheap to buy. With some time and effort, you may be able to grow your own herbs, sprouts, tomatoes, onions and many more delicious crops.
Try cheap online retailers. There are several online retailers that offer healthy foods for up to 50% cheaper. The products are even delivered straight to your door.
Shop during the “happy hour”. Most supermarkets discount fresh items towards the end of the day. However, with longer opening hours it is a case of finding out just the right time to grab those bargains. If you time it right, the "reduced to clear shelves" can save you big money. Always check use-by dates.

Képtalálat a következőre: „online shop”

In general try increasing your use of eggs, beans, seeds, frozen fruits and vegetables, whole grains (these all taste great, are cheap - especially in bulk - and very nutritious) and buy cheaper cuts of meat. Slow cooking gradually breaks down the fibres in cheaper cuts, giving great taste at a lower cost. Or use it in soups or stews.
So there are many ways to eat healthy even on a very tight budget.
There is plenty of information out there nowadays.

Képtalálat a következőre: „párolt zöldségek”

Enjoy your meal!

 Bruno Cescutti

Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Strengthen and Support Your Immune System

Strengthen and Support Your Immune System

This is the season for sniffles, sneezes and sore throats. Therefore, it is the right time for helping your immune system.
To support it get also into the habit of properly washing your hands. You help so your immune system by eliminating nasty bacteria and viruses.
Képtalálat a következőre: „autumn”

                before eating or handling food
         after using the toilet
         after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing
         after touching animals or animal waste
         after handling rubbish
         after changing a nappy
         before and after touching a sick or injured person
         before and after visiting a hospital ward (remember alcohol-based hand rubs are also provided)

To strengthen it naturally you can:

Strengthen your thymus gland

It is located behind the middle of the breastbone. Tapping it stimulates it and increases its effectiveness to fight infection. Great natural tip!

Walk outside

You connect so with nature, which is healing. Soak up the beautiful autumn colours and breath in the clean, cool air. Try to get some sunshine if possible. It will give you naturally produced Vitamin D and will boost your mood. When you go out into a windy and cold environment, keep warm and protect yourself with clothing such as gloves and scarf.

Képtalálat a következőre: „autumn walking”

After washing your hair

make sure it is dry before going outside or going to bed

Keep energy up

While exercise is beneficial, avoid exhausting yourself. Be sure to get enough sleep and rest as well.

Avoid smoking and larger amounts of alcohol

Unfortunately smoking will make you more susceptible to infections such as pneumonia and influenza. Too much alcohol dulls more than our wits. It also weakens our immune system.

Avoid prolonged stress and emotional issues

Get into the habit of making to-do lists and write down your ideas before you forget them. Give yourself also treats like pizza or chocolate and think of washing away the day's worries with a relaxing bath or shower. Immerse yourself into a good book or playing a music instrument for fifteen minutes is great too. Also, stroking a cat will calm you and even lower your blood pressure.

I hope you enjoyed this article and found some useful tips in it.  

Wishing you a healthy and great autumn and winter!

Képtalálat a következőre: „otthon meleg kandalló”

Bruno Cescutti


Thursday, 18 August 2016

Stonehenge - the temple of Avalon

The south west of England is quite a magical corner. Near Glastonbury you can find a hill called Glastonbury Tor, once the mysterious isle of Avalon, topped by St Michael's Tower. The myths associated with Glastonbury Tor are extraordinary. It has been called a magic mountain, a faeries' glass hill, a Grail castle, an Arthurian hill-fort and much more. There is also the saying that if a rainbow is seen over the Tor, someone has seen the Holy Grail.

And then there is Stonehenge, a massive circle of standing stones weighing up to 50 tons each, erected about 4,500 years ago and earthworks in the middle of a green field what is now in the south west of England. These stones have seen many races rise and countless kingdoms fall since an ancient civilisation raised this broken ring of huge, massive and roughly rectangular stones in a field in what is now Wiltshire.

Wild theories about this monument have persisted since the Middle Ages, with 12th-century myths crediting the wizard Merlin with constructing the site. The Welsh cleric Geoffrey of Monmouth wrote in the Middle Ages about it, probable mixing facts and legends of ancient times in his report.
More recently, UFO believers have spun theories about ancient aliens and spacecraft landing pads.
This prehistoric site has been of great interest also for archaeologists. And it was quite recently that they made stunning discoveries. This was made possible by using ground-penetrating radar, laser scanners and magnetometers developed by engineers at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute in Vienna.
And the new finding won by these new technologies radically changes our view of Stonehenge," said Vince Gaffney, head of the Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project at Birmingham University. "In the past we had this idea that Stonehenge was standing in splendid isolation, but it wasn't … it's absolutely huge." In fact is was surrounded by a huge infrastructure including chapels.
“The project has revealed that the area around Stonehenge is teeming with previously unseen
archaeology and that the application of new technology can transform how archaeologists and the wider public understand one of the best-studied landscapes on Earth," he added.
It turns out that Stonehenge was a kind of prehistoric Mecca, having an infrastructure around the site catering for masses of pilgrims coming not only from the British Isles but from far beyond it.
While Stonehenge is still an awe-inspiring sight for us today, it was much more so at the height of its glory at a time of humble and simple wooden dwellings. It would have evoked gasps of wonder and admiration from visitors from all over the known world who would have been drawn to it as a Temple and a unique Centre of Excellence. It was also surely a place of healing.
For sure the Stone Age Architects who built Stonehenge must have been very knowledgeable, considering the fact that at that time in Britain neither the wheel was invented nor even Bronze tools were used as the Bronze age begun only 2,000 BC, hundreds of years later.

The ancient builders of this monument deliberately orientated and planned Stonehenge so that on midsummer's morning the sun rose directly over the Heel Stone and the first rays shone intro the centre of the monument between the open arms of the horseshoe arrangement.

Bruno Cescutti