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Celebrating the Full Moon of Cancer in this month of July, where the central theme of the featured video revolves around “Important Keys to Spiritual Empowerment.”
Master Choa Kok Sui reminds us that, “To be humble, to be conductive is to be empowered. To have pride is to be disempowered. With humility comes empowerment. With humility, your ajna becomes bigger, not smaller.
Remove pride, you will have success. Practice humility, conductivity, joy, happiness and gratitude, and you can move mountains.”
The full moon of Cancer has the unique quality of giving energy to spiritual aspirants for them to move to the next level in service and doing the work to help manifest the Divine Plan. The spiritual teacher encourages the spiritual aspirants to become more disciplined, and to do greater service from this point onwards at the time of this full moon, also known as the Guru Purnima. Spreading the light during this time in our planet’s journey is of great importance. With greater inner conductivity, we will be able to spread the light more effectively.
“With the spreading of energy healing comes global initiation for mankind. What does it mean to be globally initiated? It means that the consciousness of human beings will be lifted up to a higher degree.
Why is that? Because energy healing will serve as a bridge to spirituality.”
Join the Institute for Inner Studies and the rest of the Pranic Healing community with this special video on Important Keys to Spiritual Empowerment on 5th July 2020 12:44 PM | GMT+8) until 9th of July 2020 11:00PM | GMT+8 ) as we continue our tradition of collective learning and meditation.