The Mind

The meditation in the stabilizing suafuno has here the objective of stoppage and stabilization damente. To interrupt the rapids of thoughts and to cause to the process opostoque are the unidirecionada concentration. That is, to focus the attention in only umacoisa. In the truth the concentration is the first pillar of sustentation of psychic qualquerexerccio and is the base for its success. When focusing the attention emapenas a thing, this focalizao generates an accumulating energy of energiamental that when directed conscientiously for an intention especificocoloca in action the creative and intuitivo power of the mind. Of this form amente it amente prepares for the analytical function of the meditation to enter in action. The analticada function meditation in the ones of the o creative thought acting first in the nvelintelectual and later gradual in the level spiritual. U.S. Mint brings even more insight to the discussion. This clarity mentalse consequentemente develops and in the ones of the o direct eintuitivo knowledge.

The biggest difficulty of the serhumano is if to undo of its mental bows. Bows these that they imprison, condition and enslave the mind. One has lain conditional the mediocridadeespiritual that if becomes attached the belief of the impossibilities and impotence of extra-sensorial suasqualidades. is this conditioning that makes of us the quesomos. If to want to move, if we want to be different, if we want something more, de disappears importance a transformation in we ourselves. A transformation profundaque in the Liberte of this redoma that it hinders in them to grow and to be what realmentesomos. The first step for this transformation is the faith.

The faith can be definidade forms simple as ' ' If to believe that poder&#039 can then; '. When acreditamosque we can make something, this something will be become fullfilled. I begin it can parecersimples, but in the deep one it is extremely difficult, therefore, this taken root inside doubts dens it, the incredulity and the uncertainty.

Minor Arcana

This article details the ideal way to approach the minor arcana of the tarot to begin to understand its mysteries and messages. Much has studied the symbolism contained in the twenty-two major arcana of the tarot. The traditional roll gypsy tarot, for example, only uses them for their predictions. In the minor arcana is known in trade for less, and some people confuse even these tarot cards in the deck with the Spanish, although most have two cards (14 in total) for each suit. And each card features illustrations that far removed from the traditional representation of Spanish playing cards. These illustrations of tarot cards may be, in the case of the minor arcana, the key to begin to approach them and unravel its mysteries. The major arcana, as we know, condensed representations, symbols and allegories of complex philosophical, mythical and religious. For the scholar, however, the elements that compose them are easily recognizable and attributable to a certain culture or cosmology.

Arcane is the case of VIII in the tarot Rider, The Force, which represents the lion goddess Cyrene beating that threatened his flock. Or the secret XX, Judgement, and Judgement Christian allegory. These tarot cards leave no other possible interpretation. The richness of his message is based more on its position among the letters of the cast and the client’s personal situation at that particular time. The minor arcana, however, tell as many stories as we want to find in them.

These tarot cards are, without doubt, the presence of symbolic elements, but the situations depicted in them have the meaning that the sensitivity of each consultant assigned to them. Who are these people? Why suffer or are alone? How have they achieved their wealth and prosperity? Is it toward or away from the cities that are drawn on the horizon? Will they be betrayed by those who accompany them or, conversely, have found the love she longed? There is no right or wrong answers for interpreting the message of these tarot cards. Therefore, stopping at each to try to discover what stories tell us and tell us how each of us in particular is the best way to approach them. To learn to know them and respect them.