Stop the War Inside and see the Peace Outside

Published 04/09/2013 by inspiringyourspirit

WOW….This video is amazing, if it does not connect to your heart and bring tears to your eyes then…..!

Namaste
Mark

26 comments on “Stop the War Inside and see the Peace Outside

  • Thanks for following my blog, Mark. I’ve been checking our your blog and I really like the videos you’ve found and posted. Good luck on your journey, my fellow human Being!

  • Reblogged this on Awakening of Humanity and commented:
    Whilst I don’t believe in god and angels in the biblical sense, this clip has a powerful message for all humanity.
    It’s so amusing, I have studied so many different religions and traditions and faiths and they all have elements of truth amongst the manipulations and lies, it’s the only way people will swallow it is to temper the bitterness of lies with a sprinkling of truth. But the one that sticks out here is the importance of letting go of negative thought patterns and realising it is never too late, it is never too early, you have no tomorrow and your past is gone…all we have is NOW…so make it count!
    Also remember that we are eternal, infinite consciousness, we are not limited in to this simple 3D construct, we are love, we are free, we just have to remember and manifest it.

    In the end “infinite love is the only truth…everything else is an illusion”- David Icke

    Love and Light

  • What an amazing video! Thank you so much for sharing. I watched it with my 6-year old son and 8-year old daughter…it was so special to look into each others eyes filled with tears as we watched and felt the beauty of truth. Thank you thank you thank you!

    • Well done my friend for sharing that moment with your children, they will hold that memory in the hearts and have a different outlook on life now, thank you for sharing it with them and for taking the time to share that special moment with me too.
      Namaste
      Mark

  • I live in a Buddhist monastery in the mountains of Sri Lanka. Every day the monks chant the Mettā Sutta to spread peace and love. It is an important part of Theravada practice. Thanks for liking our blog The Arahant, please visit again soon. We have lots of good stuff in the pipeline!

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