Zoroastrianism

Zoroastrianism: one of the great world religions founded by Zoroaster, in Persia. This belief system focuses on the
idea of two gods warring against each other, with the universe as the battleground and humanity caught in the struggle. It attempts to set a path for transcending the tricks
and temptations of the dark side and predicts that good will ultimately triumph over evil. Zoroaster also predicted the coming of a savior from a virgin birth.Zoroastrianism: one of the great world religions founded by Zoroaster, in Persia. This belief system focuses on the
idea of two gods warring against each other, with the universe as the battleground and humanity caught in the struggle. It attempts to set a path for transcending the tricks
and temptations of the dark side and predicts that good will ultimately triumph over evil. Zoroaster also predicted the coming of a savior from a virgin birth.

Krishnamurti

Krishnamurti: a boy who was trained by W.C. Leadbeater, Madam Blavatsky, Annie Besant, and the early Theosophical  group in the early 1900s to be the next world teacher whom Lord Maitreya would overlight as he had done with Jesus Christ, but who later changed his mind as he moved into adulthood and decided that he didn't want to be the vehicle or instrument of the Lord Maitreya, and decided to go his own way and be a teacher that was separate from any spiritual movements or groups. #PSYCHICKrishnamurti: a boy who was trained by W.C. Leadbeater,
Madam Blavatsky, Annie Besant, and the early Theosophical
group in the early 1900s to be the next world teacher
whom Lord Maitreya would overlight as he had done with
Jesus Christ, but who later changed his mind as he moved
into adulthood and decided that he didn’t want to be the
vehicle or instrument of the Lord Maitreya, and decided
to go his own way and be a teacher that was separate from
any spiritual movements or groups. #PSYCHIC

Metaphysic

Nature and scope of metaphysics

In the 4th century BCE the Greek philosopher Aristotle wrote a treatise about what he variously called “first philosophy,” “first science,” “wisdom,” and “theology.” In the 1st century BCE, an editor of his works gave that treatise the title Ta meta ta physika, which means, roughly, “the ones [i.e., books] after the ones about nature.” “The ones about nature” are those books that make up what is today called Aristotle’s Physics, as well other writings of his on the natural world. The Physics is not about the quantitative science now called physics; instead, it concerns philosophical problems about sensible and mutable (i.e., physical) objects. The title Ta meta ta physika probably conveyed the editor’s opinion that students of Aristotle’s philosophy should begin their study of first philosophy only after they had mastered the Physics. The Latin singular noun metaphysica was derived from the Greek title and used both as the title of Aristotle’s treatise and as the name of its subject matter. Accordingly, metaphysica is the root of the words for metaphysics in almost all Western European languages (e.g., metaphysics, la métaphysique, die Metaphysik).

Aristotle provided two definitions of first philosophy: the study of “being as such” (i.e., the nature of being, or what it is for a thing to be or to exist) and the study of “the first causes of things” (i.e., their original or primary causes). The relation between these two definitions is a much-debated question. Whatever its answer may be, however, it is clear that the subject matter of what is today called metaphysics cannot be identified with that of Aristotle’s Metaphysics. While it is certainly true that all the problems that Aristotle considered in his treatise are still said to belong to metaphysics, since at least the 17th century the word metaphysics has been applied to a much wider range of questions. Indeed, if Aristotle were somehow able to examine a present-day textbook on metaphysics, he would classify much of its content not as metaphysics but as physics, as he understood the latter term. To take only one example, the modern

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How does the Healing work?

New Paradigm Multi-Dimensional healing works to resolve energy blockages. This can be on any of the 356 levels of dimension. People who have received this type of healing from me report that they feel immediate pain relief.