Monday, 19 October 2015

What is Mind Power

Mind Power we use on a daily basis seems a qigong, a traditional Chinese breathing exercise, but it has more immediate effects. Human beings by nature obtain the power and everyone can practice it. 

Mind power carries me back to my good old days when my grandmother treated my wounds by her hands. Thus, it is said that mind power is not a supernatural power, but one of the human abilities.

With mind power, we can eliminate clouds, change substances, feel someone's pain and relive pain. It is an amazing power that we can do these things even though we are far away from the substances or the person.

We benefit from mind power day after day, and the miracles that mind power brings are getting accelerated and persuasive more than ever.

It has been a while since the advent of the spiritual time. This power is a symbol of the time, energy from the Universe, and a gift from the Creator.

In the system of the universe where all things are generated and developed, more and more individuals are aware that the universe, the earth, and the whole creation have the consciousness. 

When continuously practicing mind power, you will know that truth and the fact that your life is given by the universe. 

Please be humble and grateful for the universe when you use mind power.

At present, the consciousness of the universe in the natural course of self-defence sends human being the most significant notification that is unstable political situations, continuous environmental destruction, and mental anguish. The universe is raising our awareness through these circumstances. 

We were able to meet the Creator as a consequence of suffering from diseases and misfortunes and trying to understand our mistakes. Thus, we are able to allow miracles (love) to occur. 

We tend to recognise, consider and judge something based on our collective knowledge and personal experiences. However, put your knowledge and common sense beside you, and learn the world of mind power in awe of the energy source. 

The texts were originally written in Japanese by Kuniko Nonaka and translated by Mio Nakano.

HP: General Incorporated Association Saint Mother

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