Tag: reincarnation

DOMINGO DE RESURRECCIÓN SEMANA SANTA SEVILLA 2015-2019

As if it were a DIRECT, the HOLY WEEK OF SEVILLE 2021 was suspended due to the pandemic that plagues the world, “La Saeta” launches a series of SPECIAL EDITION videos with the days of each day. Enjoy from the day of Dolores Friday until Easter Sunday from the channel “La Saeta” with the videos that we have recorded from 2015 to 2019 in order of schedules of the day.

SOMETHING HAS TO CHANGE

The most beautiful words, “But, I love you.” The most painful words, “I love you, but.”
Change is inevitable but how we respond to change is a matter of choice. How many times I sat in despair at an unexpected misfortune. But, with the benefit of hindsight, things were never as bad as they at first appeared. In fact, time is much more than a great healer, it is a redeemer.

The Death Experience

Death and Transfiguration is neither poem nor soliloquy. The hour of midnight had long struck when my thoughts asked the question, what is it like to die? I was alone, the background to my whimsical notions was Richard Strauss’s musical-poem, “Death and Transfiguration”.

Gaia – Mother Earth

What does Gaia mean?
In Greek mythology, Gaia (/ˈɡeɪə, ˈɡaɪə/; from Ancient Greek Γαῖα, a poetical form of Γῆ Gē, “land” or “earth”), also spelled Gaea /ˈdʒiːə/, is the personification of the Earth and one of the Greek primordial deities.

The child who recognized the man who killed him in a previous life

Reincarnation has remained on the fringe of scientific inquiry for a long time. Decades ago, American astronomer and astrobiologist Carl Sagan said that there are three claims in the (parapsychology) field which, in my opinion, deserve serious study,’ with one being ‘that young children sometimes report details of a previous life, which upon checking turn out to be accurate and which they could not have known about in any other way than reincarnation.’

Christmas traditions in Ireland

Wren Day is celebrated on 26 December, St. Stephen’s Day in a number of countries across Europe. The tradition consists of “hunting” a fake wren and putting it on top of a decorated pole. Then the crowds of mummers, or strawboys, celebrate the wren (also pronounced wran) by dressing up in masks, straw suits, and colourful motley clothing. They form music bands and parade through towns and villages. These crowds are sometimes called the wrenboys.