Posts Tagged ‘perspective’

Ancient Rome and Modern China: Religious Persecution and Plagues

A seventeen-year-old girl with incurable cancer in her hip turned to hypnotherapy when nothing else helped. Her life was then traced back to a previous life in a noble family during the ancient Roman Empire. Under the reign of Emperor Nero, Christians were ruthlessly persecuted, including being thrown into an arena to fight lions. The girl…

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The Divine Knows Our Every Thought

Chinese traditional culture emphasises kindness, even in people’s thoughts. A Chinese idiom says, “A whisper in the human world is as loud as a thunderclap in the heavens.” This implies that the divine knows our every thought. And a thought – whether kind or unkind – brings about consequences. Luo Yin (c. 833 – 910),…

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