Test: 20180311:08:57 – Sundays Past

Today is Sunday and when I was a kid, it was this day every week that my Dad would wake up the whole house for church. Sundays were long days for us as a family with two services and choir practice, but they were the One day that my Dad would wake us up with a song. This morning, I just want to honor the memories of my Father with his song of religion and a contribution to the vibrational power of music.

My experiences with the Rosicrucian Order yesterday… hmm, what can I “say”? It was lovely in a strange way. What is not so strange is this repeat pattern of¬†worldwide philosophical debates about time, wisdom, compassion, strength and inner peace that, “already resides within each of us”. If the Rosicrucians feel this way too, why do we have to be on/in Order? I’m not sure about membership or joining rank, but sitting to listen to at least one thing a Rosicrucian shared about observing me during the experiment: I am a healer. One who feels and then sees too much for my own good.

After another past life regression, this one to music, I’m also not sure there is much more to say about these services that I have relived for the alive and dead. In this way, it’s just like my Dads religion, a Rosicrucians sect of beautiful and dogmatic religion. It was a community of people who think almost just like me, one that might like the occasional Bird watching.

In my own small world here as an author, within this religion of One called Birdanity, I am about wisdom, compassion, strength and inner peace too. I may not have an order like the Rosicrucians, but I contribute to Peace when…

I strive to express the best of myself in my contacts with others.

I use my intelligence and my abilities to serve the Good.

I feel compassion toward all those who suffer.

I look upon all as my brothers and sisters regardless of race, culture, or religion.

I rejoice over the happiness of others and pray for their well-being.

I listen with tolerance to opinions that differ from mine or even oppose them.

I resort to dialogue rather than force to settle any conflict.

I respect Nature and preserve it for generations to come.

I do not impose my conception of God upon others.

I make Peace the foundation of my ideals and philosophy.


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