A person looks around and sees various forms, expressions, emotional and mental states that alternate; infinite, countless facets, all the time.
There are the various facets of animals; from the worm that crawls, to the lion that roars and the eagle that flies. But there are also all the facets of humans; the facet of the strong and the weak, of the healthy and the ill, of the frightened and the fearless; the one that is tired and the one that is active, the coward, the courageous, the selfish and the one that offers selflessly; the facet of jealousy, of one who has a problem, but also that of love, of broadening, of balance.
Facets that we all have within but some of them we are conscious of while others we are not. We express some facets consciously and others unconsciously, even through the movements of our body.
“We must say here that a spiritual healer is not only the one who limits oneself to healing certain patients. The complete spiritual healer is the one who performs spiritual healing and works for the creation of healers’ groups in a planetary level for the resolution, and, as we could say, for the healing of world problems, that is, of famine, of natural disasters and of ecological “illnesses”, since the planet is “ill” at an ecological level. More generally, the spiritual healer works for the preventive therapy, the spiritual therapeutics and for healing in the form of offering help to those who hold the fates of the world in their hands, as they are found in several positions of responsibility: political, social etc.”
Abstract from the book “Laws of Spiritual Healing” by Dimitris Kakalidis
Humans always danced, dance and will carry on dancing, imitating, in reality, the eternal dance of the planets, of the seasons, of the molecules, of the whole creation that is expressed in a rhythmic and melodic way.
Every movement we make is dance; personal, group, planetary dance. What are the movements that are performed, however, when negative thoughts intrude in our mind? And what are the postures that our body takes, when our emotions are restrained?
Today we are celebrating Woman’s Day. A lot has been written, a lot has been said and many speeches are given every day about this. Most of them conclude with a wish for true gender equality, for selfless and daily offering towards our fellow humans and for expression of woman’s inner strength and deeper beauty, so as to advance the culture of our days. Today we are celebrating Woman’s Day. A lot has been written, a lot has been said and many speeches are given every day about this. Most of them conclude with a wish for true gender equality, for selfless and daily offering towards our fellow humans and for expression of woman’s inner strength and deeper beauty, so as to advance the culture of our days.
It has been noticed that nowadays more and more people suffer from several phobias, as is agoraphobia, which make their everyday life difficult. The Master of Omilos, Dimitris Kakalidis, has given a thorough analysis on the causes of these fears and their treatment in the book “The path from fear to fearlessness” by I. Dimakou.Below we quote the relevant abstract.