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  • Two Mighty Forces | New Zealand Sri Chinmoy Centre
    N Z Australia New Zealand Search form Search New Zealand Home Meditation Sri Chinmoy Contact us You are here Sri Chinmoy Centre New Zealand Sri Chinmoy Books by Sri Chinmoy My Life s Soul Journey Two Mighty Forces Sri Chinmoy s words on the two forces of desire and aspiration There are two mighty forces that govern this world of ours These mighty forces are desire night and aspiration light Desire night is the love of power and aspiration light is the power of love The love of power wants to destroy and devour the entire world The power of love wants to feed and immortalise the entire world The love of power is self love the power of love is God love When we utilise the love of power in our day to day activities we consciously and deliberately bring to the fore the destructive vital anger in us When we utilize the power of love in our multifarious activities then God out of His infinite Bounty showers His choicest Blessings on us Keep your heart open To the power of love If you want to be In close contact with God Sri Chinmoy Back to My Life s

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  • On Wings of Silver Dreams | New Zealand Sri Chinmoy Centre
    of Silver Dreams Questions and answers on the spiritual significance of dreams Publisher Aum Publications 102 pages ISBN 0 88497 991 1 Price 14 95 NZD to purchase please Contact Us Description With their prophetic messages dreams can offer us deep inner wisdom They may fortell the future reveal the the solution to a problem or give us a spiritual experience We are healed by dreaming of a beloved friend or family member There is a darker side of dreams as well How can we decipher dreams that come to us Sri Chinmoy guides us through the confusing labyrinth teaching us to understand the significance of some common dreams and to gain some control over the kinds of dreams we have Topics Include What is a dream Where do dreams come from What is the best way to learn the meaning of our dreams What is the difference between dreaming in colour and dreaming in black and white What does it mean when you see colours in a dream What is the significance of flying in a dream What is the significance of oceans rivers and other bodies of water in our dreams Excerpts The Significance of Colour in Dreams

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  • Do Dreams Materialise? | New Zealand Sri Chinmoy Centre
    Books by Sri Chinmoy On Wings of Silver Dreams Do Dreams Materialise A question about dreams Question If one has a dream will the events in it actually take place Sri Chinmoy There is no hard and fast rule You have to know what kind of dream you are having Sometimes they are all imaginary dreams which come from the subconscient plane Let us say that you want to eat chicken but you don t get any At night that desire may be transmitted into a dream and in the dream you will be eating a chicken That kind of dream is not a real dream It is only an unfulfilled desire which comes from the subconscient plane We see these very often in the dream state Some dreams are strange In the vital world the consciousness is not pure so dreams will be full of chaotic mixed up silly things Those dreams are incidents that take place in the vital world But there are many good dreams real dreams These are harbingers of reality Dreams are reality in another world above the physical world If you have a good dream take it as a reality But if you have a bad dream take it as a mental hallucination and just throw it away Sometimes the dreams are destroyed before they touch the physical world On the way to the physical world they are destroyed in the vital plane therefore they do not take place There are some dreams which do take place These dreams we generally get in the small hours of the morning between 4 00 and 5 00 or 5 30 at the Brahma Muhurta or Hour of God If you have dreams at that time they are likely to materialise But these dreams have to be

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  • Dreams as Realities | New Zealand Sri Chinmoy Centre
    realities of other worlds If they are dreams from the lower worlds the soul will either try to illumine and elevate them or try to destroy them Unillumined dreams create tremendous problems for the seeker If they are undivine dreams the soul s light fights with them and does not want them to manifest If they are elevating dreams dreams from the higher worlds then the soul s light expedites their earthward journey When the realities of the higher worlds want to come down the soul s light helps them As a matter of fact it pulls them like a magnet and tries to manifest them If they are not manifested it means that the time has not yet come Or perhaps the Divine within us may not feel it is necessary for them to be manifested or the Divine within us may change the game and decide that they should not be manifested But most of the time today s dream is tomorrow s reality Even in the ordinary world if somebody wants to become a millionaire he works for fifty years and then he becomes a millionaire Fifty years ago it was a dream but now it has

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  • The Significance of Colour in Dreams | New Zealand Sri Chinmoy Centre
    Centre New Zealand Sri Chinmoy Books by Sri Chinmoy On Wings of Silver Dreams The Significance of Colour in Dreams About the spiritual significance of colour in dreams Each colour has a spiritual significance In a dream you may not see any person or hear any words you may just see flashes of light When you see light in your dreams you have to know that this light is going to enter into you and is going to manifest in you and through you When you know the meaning of this light immediately you will be able to interpret these dreams When you see a pure white colour in your dream immediately you should know that divine purity and the divine consciousness of the Mother is entering into you The universal Mother has all colours but pure white light happens to be her dearest colour and it is through this colour that she manifests herself So her consciousness will come as pure white light Similarly if you see a pale blue colour you have to know that it indicates infinity spirituality great power Green indicates new life vitality and dynamism If you see green light it means that new life

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  • What Determines what we Dream? | New Zealand Sri Chinmoy Centre
    America Argentina Brazil Canada Central America Puerto Rico United States Africa Ghana Kenya South Africa Asia Bangladesh India Indonesia Japan Mongolia Nepal Singapore South Korea Australia N Z Australia New Zealand Search form Search New Zealand Home Meditation Sri Chinmoy Contact us You are here Sri Chinmoy Centre New Zealand Sri Chinmoy Books by Sri Chinmoy On Wings of Silver Dreams What Determines what we Dream A question about dreams Your inner beings your aspiration and the entire universe inside your spiritual heart determine what you dream But if your aspiring heart is not big enough for you to identify with the universal Consciousness then you will feel that things are coming from the outside Your aspiring heart can be made bigger only through aspiration There comes a time when the aspiring heart becomes one with another Heart which is flooded with Light and Delight That Heart holds even the universal Consciousness It is this Heart that determines all dreams from the most significant to the most insignificant Back to On Wings of Silver Dreams Home Page created by Jogyata Dallas Last updated on May 28 2012 Previous and next pages The Significance of Colour in Dreams Up one level

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  • Sri Chinmoy's Heart-Garden | New Zealand Sri Chinmoy Centre
    Argentina Brazil Canada Central America Puerto Rico United States Africa Ghana Kenya South Africa Asia Bangladesh India Indonesia Japan Mongolia Nepal Singapore South Korea Australia N Z Australia New Zealand Search form Search New Zealand Home Meditation Sri Chinmoy Contact us You are here Sri Chinmoy Centre New Zealand Sri Chinmoy Books by Sri Chinmoy Sri Chinmoy s Heart Garden Aphorisms for joy and inspiration Publisher New Holland Publishing 131 pages ISBN 1 74110 236 7 Price NZ 19 95 Description Rapidly becoming a best seller Sri Chinmoy s Heart Garden is the first published collection of Sri Chinmoy s universal aphorisms Beautifully illustrated with Sri Chinmoy s hand written category titles and penned soul bird drawings Heart Garden s 300 categorised aphorisms are a fountain of inspiration and joy that make a wonderful gift Bound in hardcover Topics Include The Heart Hope Inspiration Meditations The Mind Reflections The Seeker Self Giving Excerpts Poems from Sri Chinmoy s Heart Garden More Books by Sri Chinmoy Home Page created by Jogyata Dallas Last updated on August 20 2012 Pages in this section Poems from Sri Chinmoy s Heart Garden Previous and next pages What Determines what we Dream Up one level

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  • Poems from Sri Chinmoy's Heart-Garden | New Zealand Sri Chinmoy Centre
    Garden Featuring two aphorisms from each chapter Happiness True inner joy is self created It does not depend on outer circumstances Or outer achievements Judge nothing You will be happy Forgive everything You will be happier Love everything You will be the happiest The Heart Our differences disappear The moment we come to realise That all hearts are one Happy is my heart Fulfilled is my life When I soulfully appreciate The beauty of creation Hope Hope is sweet Hope is illumining Hope is fulfilling Hope can be everlasting Therefore do not give up hope Even in the sunset of your life What is faith Faith is the unmistakable Fulfiller of human hopes Inspiration What is a challenge If not a friend In disguise To strengthen us Not what happens to you But how you accept it Is of paramount importance Meditations When you meditate Think of a morning flower Smiling and smiling Radiating it s beauty and Offering it s fragrance This is how you can make friends With your soul And fly with it infinitely higher Than the confines of the mind I meditate So that my mind Cannot complicate My life The Mind Your mind s doubts Create all problems for you But your heart s faith Can offer you most adequate solutions A heart of silence Has the capacity To deepen The poise of the mind Reflections Lasting peace must begin Within the depths of the individual And from there spread In ever widening circles As a dynamic force For a world change To follow the crowd Is to miss The destination The Seeker Our lives on earth Last for a few years only But Our hopes and promises on earth We leave behind to last Permanently When the mind Is clear The dream Is bright

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