Homa Health Newsletter #149 & 150

13th Sept & 13th Oct 2018

HOMA HEALTH – NEWSLETTER #149 & 150


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EQUANIMITY


Equanimity is Balance and
Balance is Health.

  Remember that the mind is creative and can easily magnify what we focus on. By focusing on good, evil automatically diminishes.
But do not expect a child to think like an adult or vice versa.
We can love the sinner and hate the sin. Of course, this does not happen simply with someone ordering it.
Who is closest to God – the wise old man or the innocent child?
You already know the answer, don’t you?
It is said that "we were created in the image of God" (Bible-Gen.1.26-27), but we perceive ourselves only as mortals with errors.
Maybe we should ask ourselves again and again: What is God?
Who am I?
Between white and black there are many colors.
Between light and darkness there are many grays.
Equanimity is similar to: calmness, confidence, coolness, correspondence, detachment, equilibrium, equipoise, evenness, imperturbability, poise, self-command, self-confidence, self-control, self-restraint, serenity, stability, steadfastness, steadiness, tranquility, etc.

The practice of the Fivefold Path helps us achieve Equanimity.
Om Fivefold Path OM
OM Equanimity OM
OM SHREE OM

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In the manifested world, the extremes usually stand out:
Black and white
Good and evil
Light and darkness
Life and death
The clean and the dirty
The pleasant and the unpleasant,
and many of us tend to show predilection for one of them according to our perception, feeling, desire, etc.
Someone (Moses?) asked God: Who are you?
The answer was:
 I AM WHO I AM
(Exodus 3: 14-The Bible).
In the Bhagavad Gita, God manifests himself to Arjuna in his majesty and glory (Chap. 11).
But Arjuna asked him to return to his previous perception.
Sometimes too much light blinds us and too much sound deafens us. We only accept what we can hold or contain. Also, in this plane, many pretend to find their happiness in the extremes. But knowing the Principles of: Mentalism, Correspondence, Vibration, Polarity, Rhythm, Cause and Effect, and Gender, we can realize the importance of moderation and balance to maintain physical and mental health.
To love God is to love everything.
To love:
the good and the bad, the big and the small, the brave and the coward, the beautiful and the ugly, the melodious and the noisy.

It is so important to recognize the goodness in the person who shows you light, beauty and purity, to get closer to these qualities;
as it is also important to acknowledge the usefulness of those ones who show you darkness, ugliness and impurity so you can get away from these.

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