Thiaoouba Prophecy

What is Spirituality?

Do you remember the following quotes from Thiaoouba Prophecy book? "Man exists physically for the sole purpose of developing spiritually..." "Technology should assist spiritual development, not confine people, more and more, within a materialistic world, as is happening now on your planet." Spirituality means focusing on the development of "spirit" or Consciousness. Don't be surprised if you struggle to […]

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How to see Aura

In an effort to see Auras we need to:  Increase the sensitivity of our eyes and  Extend the range of perceived vibration beyond the visible light. It seems that we can accomplish the above by: Using and training our peripheral vision   Increasing exposure   Enhancing visual sensation processing in the brain - enhance the […]

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What is Aura?

There seems nothing “paranormal” in the Universe, except our limited understanding of Nature. Long ago, people were able to see Auras. Advanced spiritual people such as Buddha, Jesus and their immediate students were painted with golden halos around their heads, because some artists could actually see their Auras. In Australia remote West Kimberleys you can […]

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Concentration exercise 2

This exercise aims to stimulate and practice the communication between both hemispheres of the brain, thereby increasing the "processing power" of your conscious activity. Place the above picture about 1 meter in front of you. Stretch your hand forward so that one of your fingers is between and underneath circles. Change focus to the tip […]

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The First Commandment

The First Commandment was given to Moses ~3300 years ago at Mt Sinai by people from Thiaoouba (יהוה in Hebrew). Moses wrote this commandment down in Hebrew, along with the other nine, in the second of his books, called Exodus, clearly referencing Thiaoouba (יהוה) as a source. The five books of Moses are the basis […]

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Meditation is frequently confused with various forms of concentration. The purpose of concentration exercises is to focus our full undivided attention on a specific aspect of functioning of our mind and/or the body in order to accomplish a certain goal or develop a certain skill. Exercises such as yoga, tai-chi, breathing exercises, visualization are all […]

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Tibetan Five - or Tibetan Six?

A set of concentration exercises, known as "The Original Five Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation" has been published in the western world by Peter Kelder in 1939. Due to unprecedented effectiveness of these simple concentration exercises (which I have also verified myself) Peter Kelder' book has been published again (Peter Kelder, The Eye of Revelation - […]

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