December Squares -the time of a poet

December Squares -the time of a poet A time to move on, Elin, he says, and they set sail to England. The poet sighs as the two slowly walk, Down a memory lane hand in hand they talk. Now I am thirty-five and you not younger, raising a farm family of a boy and two … Continue reading December Squares -the time of a poet

more words to reflect on: identity

i found this at random from the internet. i marvel at the use of words like identity, name, seed and step. The definition is coined for programmer and it reflects a meaning deeper than its intention! Quote:"Definition (Identity Columns in TSQL*) An identity column has a name, initial seed and step. When a row is … Continue reading more words to reflect on: identity

A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters 38: more words for hard times

This traveler continues this journey on spiritual rough waters with a positive word. Not smooth but it's worth it. F= FIRST 'First' is a word commonly associated with performance superiority. Where an individual considers a thing of positive value to him, he wants to be first, to gain an advantageous position, and it means acting … Continue reading A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters 38: more words for hard times

WHEN THE SKY WEEPS

Sometimes we take the sky for granted. We do not look up unless it looks like it’s going to rain. When it rains we pay more attention to the wetness of the water-soaked ground or the forgotten laundry in the backyard. We do not look at the sky or the rain. We look at things … Continue reading WHEN THE SKY WEEPS

“A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” 35: the paradox of “picture’

The word 'picture' for a photograph is another word of paradox. When we first see it we would imagine a copy representing a real thing. Yet when we compare the physical with the image, we realize that the copy is not a copy. How can that be? A 'photographic picture' may give the connotation of … Continue reading “A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” 35: the paradox of “picture’

traveler’s mirror reflects: backyard home haiku

Thriving lush green plants in someone's backyard transform wilderness to home ----------------- Living in Paris in my lone studio many years ago, I used to keep a tiny potted African violet at my kitchen window to remind myself that it was my home. It was a wonderful year for me, Spring, Summer, and Autumn.  (In Winter … Continue reading traveler’s mirror reflects: backyard home haiku

traveler’s mirror reflects: a road of hope (a haiku with explanatory notes)

a road of hope, son brings us to a bright future compassion and love -------------------------- Hope, compassion and love which are essential healing ingredients may be Clichés to many, for many people these are the heart-felt cries of men, women and children...even the ground and the creatures and plants.

traveller’s mirror reflects: a haiku on Day One (with notes)

~a haiku on Day One~ somewhere before time existence took sight and life day one began here. _____________________ Spiritual explanatory notes for the two latest haiku on the subject of 'royalty' and 'day one'. I am a spiritual blogger and write mostly from spiritual perspectives. The royal color does not refer to the colors we … Continue reading traveller’s mirror reflects: a haiku on Day One (with notes)

traveler’s thoughts: does being real matter?

For a long time, the traveler travels. He (or she) sees life, tastes life, lives life. Sometimes he mirrors life. Sometimes he evades life. Often he sits around at an invisible corner and watches life. He likes a story named, Velveteen Rabbit. Here are quotes that impact his young life. “Real isn't how you are made,' said … Continue reading traveler’s thoughts: does being real matter?

“A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 33: ‘conform or transform’

Conform takes human effort. The paradox of 'conform': Over recent history, the word 'conform' has been associated with ‘prohibitive’ words like, ‘bondage’, ‘oppressive’, ‘totalitarian’, ‘subservient’, and has become a unwelcomed negative behavioral word among the proclaimed 'individualistic' young people. Yet unknowingly, while rebelling against their parents' or grandparents’ moral values, they practice conformation among their … Continue reading “A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 33: ‘conform or transform’

“A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 23 – don’t worry

Today's word is "worry". This word is tied to a lot of negative words and consequences both physical and mental (and emotional). Whether it is spiritual or physical the word worry is not what anyone would like to be with. Why do people still worry? Let us look at the other words that accompany this word and … Continue reading “A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 23 – don’t worry

Continue with the battlefield in the mind: our weapons

AAAA Watchman

The divine breakthrough has finally when the words of truth is being obeyed and applied in our daily lives in Christ. The mindman has discovered.

The revelation: Why are souls so easily held in captivity by the enemy from the spiritual realm? Because the mind is idle and embraces anything that does not require mind function.

It started with TV program. There is no requirement of the mind to be involved. A variety of ‘entertainments’ has become easily accessible and readily available at any point of time. Unlike books or even newspapers, there is no effort on the part of the viewers.

Now the screen is at hand in the form of mobile phone or similar digital smart pads/tablets. One can access to anything which does not require mind work at any point of time at anywhere!

The limits of time and space have been overcome. A false sense of…

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My real life (10): Beware of the mind’s languages

In the previous post, the mindman realizes that there are many old variables in his mind that merely need cleaning up. But what to clean and how to clean them? This are the issues he is addressing here.When he looks into his mind, he finds that the only substance is made up of words -mainly … Continue reading My real life (10): Beware of the mind’s languages

My real life (9): the mind is not a store for old variables

In the previous post I talked about the mind not being a fix condition. You can come out of any condition if you know the truth about it. Then I mentioned my personal experience, that is, I have departed from the conditions set in my life. Not that they no longer exist. The change is … Continue reading My real life (9): the mind is not a store for old variables

Psychology vs. Christianity

A personal note: As my second 'career' (voluntary and not paid), I studied wellness promotion and community health administration including Health Psychology in my post graduate academic pursuit. One interesting aspect was the focus on health behavior modification. The tools I acquired were practical in the physical realm and of some use in helping a … Continue reading Psychology vs. Christianity

My Real Life (8): my mind is not a bundle of pre-conditioning!

Today the spiritual mindman deals with the 'scientific' way of the natural formation of the mind. Good news and bad news for a nonspiritual mindman. Good news: you will know how your mind has been formed or is being formed. Bad news: you will not be able to dematerialize such conditions unless you transform your … Continue reading My Real Life (8): my mind is not a bundle of pre-conditioning!

Beware of a humanistic view of things

The Believer's AuthorityBy Andrew Wommack Is there someone in your life who just rubs you the wrong way? If there is, it may surprise you to learn that it’s not really that person who is creating the rub. There is someone else at work—your real Enemy—and he may be using them in an attempt to … Continue reading Beware of a humanistic view of things

My real life: beware of the mind’s secret agenda!

  It is obvious that every mind has his own agenda. This makes a Bible ‘teacher”s teaching life challenging. Although we all agree that we should be led by the Holy Spirit, who is our real teacher, when it comes to interpreting the Bible, every mind comes forth with its own agenda. Does this mean … Continue reading My real life: beware of the mind’s secret agenda!

My real life: the mind is a habit

Daily Practice makes a habit It takes time and patience to experience a renewal of your mind if you try to use your own efforts. The mindman has discovered. The mind is a habit forming thing. It has taken on years of practices to accumulate a lot of stuff which, unlike physical stuff, cannot be … Continue reading My real life: the mind is a habit

My real life: the first battle in the ‘mindfield’

The mindfield which is in the unseen realm is much much more perilous and deadly than the minefield in human physical realm. The mindman has discovered. Why? In the physical realm everything physical however tightly concealed will be uncovered. Nothing hidden will not be revealed. There is nowhere to hide, really. How can you hide … Continue reading My real life: the first battle in the ‘mindfield’

My Real Life: When words are eradicated from the mind, no truth exists.

One exists 100% when one lives the truth. Otherwise one lives not his own life but others. Truth involves words. When words are eradicated, no truth exists. The mindman discovers that a reality check on truth is for everyone with a mind to complete. Every thought ought to be a reflection of the truth about … Continue reading My Real Life: When words are eradicated from the mind, no truth exists.

How to deal with untruth in our mind?

How To Overcome Doubt By Andrew Wommack audio teaching on this topic at: http://www.awmi.net/extra/audio/1046  No one is immune to doubt. It can and does happen to us all. You've just got to know how to handle it when it comes. Even the greatest men and women of God recorded in the Bible had to deal … Continue reading How to deal with untruth in our mind?

My Real Life – confession of a transformed mind

The mindman discovered that we exist by the mind of God.The mindman found this in his old draft. He updated and completed the post on this day of 5-27-2013. This is a confession of a transformed mind.______________________________On the first day of this last month of 2012, the mindman thought of existence.He has realized for quite … Continue reading My Real Life – confession of a transformed mind

“A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” background explained

Why does the spiritual mindman start this new journey to read God's words? Because he has navigated the uncharted waters previously and known how tough it is to sail without a pilot or a navigation guide. So in this dictionary he records everything he perceives in his spirit to share with his spiritual novice friends and brethren. … Continue reading “A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” background explained

“A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 2 more gems – freedom

The mindman cannot keep still. The words of God burn. The words keep coming like an avalanche, with little time or space (in the mind) for any other thought. He has been praying for the 'mind of Christ' taking over his mind completely recently, more intensely. Here are some of the answers. (1 Corinthians 2:16 “For who has understood … Continue reading “A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 2 more gems – freedom

A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters1 : anger, bravery, consider and many more

There is a new dictionary which is not exactly new. It has been hidden to many who do not venture into the spiritual realm. The mindman has discovered this new way of reading words, really important words, the words of God. So he begins his real journey on the rough uncharted waters. Here are some … Continue reading A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters1 : anger, bravery, consider and many more