Homa Health Newsletter #156

13th April 2019

HOMA HEALTH – NEWSLETTER #156


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OUR DESTINY

 



Our destiny is unconditional love. 

what remains is also complete.
Let there be peace.”
The following is one analogy: a mango tree (X) bears fruits. Each fruit has a seed that has all the potential to become another mango tree (Y). This tree (Y) and can bear fruits that will become trees, A, B, C, … etc. The observation and research shows us that all these trees are potentially the same. That is, X=Y=A=B=C ….
In the next Homa Newsletter, we will see some common factors between X,Y, A, B, C, . etc.
Let us remember that:
 a) Thoughts create our Words,
b) our Words are manifested by our Actions,
c) our Actions become Habits,
d) and our Habits lead us to a Destination.

So, watch your Thoughts to reach your best Destination and practice the Fivefold Path –
FP (Yagnya, Daan, Tapa, Karma and Swadhyaya) to discern better, do your duty, fulfill your mission and be able to redirect your journey to the final destination without attachment to transient destinations.

Our Final Destiny and our Origin are the same, they are Divine.The practice of the Fivefold Path accelerates our return Home / Source.
Live the Fivefold Path.

OM SHREE OM

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Yes, yes, yes, we will gladly continue our Self-study (Swadhyaya). How many of you have asked yourselves or others: What is my destiny? What does the future hold? Or something similar. To do this, it is something as normal and natural as asking yourself:
Who am I? Why am I here? Where do I come from? Where am I going?

Today, we will focus on the last question. For some, life is a journey and each person chooses a path / behavior with the desire to reach a certain point / state. The time to achieve these personal goals depends on many factors, such as: perseverance, intensity or passion, discernment, will, method, support, etc.
Undoubtedly, there are many examples in history that show that man can achieve anything for everything is possible except what he thinks is impossible. It is a matter of time and maturity.
However, is there a final destination to which we must all arrive (sooner or later) independent of all our partial destinations?
According to the ancestral sages, we can find the answers in the Vedas, the oldest wisdom collection. A flash of light can be grasped from the Vedic verse:
"Om purnamadah purnamidam/
Purnat purnamudachyate/
Purnasya purnamadaya/
Purnameva vashishyate"
Om Shanti, Shanti, Shantihi"
This is just a simple translation:
“That is complete, this is complete.
From one complete entity, another complete entity is born. When a
complete entity is taken away from a complete entity,

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