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A guide for loving yourself

Many people have periods in which they don’t love themselves. These periods can be very difficult, because love is the force that keeps us hopeful and vital. I also had periods like that in my life and these were very hard on me. I was lucky that the universe has helped me through these bad times, and that is why I decided to share my experiences on how I was able to love myself again.

First we have to understand that love in not a concept that we should be learned somehow and understood, it is only an emotion, a feeling. A very simple and straight forward emotion. We have all felt it before. It could have come from our parents, our friends or from our pets. But the most reliable source for love is actually God, or Mother Earth. So if one day you will be left alone without love, then all you have to do is ask God, or Mother Earth for love and you will receive it immediately, without any conditions or judgement. This is why I don’t believe in any religious sect that teaches that Gods’ love has conditions to it. From my experience I can tell you that it is unconditional. Try it for yourself if you don’t believe me!

So the first exercise I suggest you try, is going outside to nature, lying flat on your back on Mother Earth, opening your arms and legs to your sides and asking for Mother Earths’ and Gods’ love, so that it will fill your whole being. Enjoy!

Now, that you know what unconditional love feels like, it is your responsibility to take care of your self love, so that the feeling will always be present when you need it.

I have many beloved albums that I listen to, when I need love. One of my favorites is the Leonard Cohen live concerts. Or the Beatles, all you need is love. Bob Marley’s songs: One love, Positive vibration and Is this love are also great.

Love is an emotion that should be expressed and shared with the people around you, so that you are surrounded by the people you love, and who loves you back. When you are surrounded by people who loves you, no one can “own” your love. Try to fill your world with as many loving beings as you can: People, animals, plants and even rocks. There are no limits to how much love you can give and receive… 😉

Love should be expressed openly: If you love someone – let them know that you love them. They will be happy to know that somebody loves them, and you will enjoy giving love as well, love is endless!

There are many people how don’t love themselves, and it is futile to expect love from them. They cannot give you something that they don’t have. It is usually the case that persons who love themselves, finds other persons who love themselves too. And then they share the love they have between them and create their life out of that love.
And then there are people who have not found self-love yet, and they usually find other people who don’t love themselves yet either and together form a partnership based on the scarcity of love. Until they learn to love themselves, and the relationship ends…

So what can be done if you haven’t found love yet?

It is time to examine our family’s rules of love and ponder if they make any sense.

Reprogramming the family’s rules of love

Every family has it’s own rules for how to express love and whom it should be given to. Rules about who deserves love from the members of the family and who doesn’t. Usually every family has their own rules, so your mother’s family’s love rules will be different from your father’s family love rules. That is why I suggest you take a paper and a pen and divide the paper into two columns:

My father’s family’s love rule & My mother’s family’s love rules.

When I say rules, I mean:

What kind of person you should be, so that you will receive love from your parents?

or

What kind of man, or woman, you should be, so that you will be worthy of your partners love? Continue reading A guide for loving yourself

A story about rape

In order to understand this story, I will need to tell you about my background first. I was born in Turku, Finland, but my family moved to Israel when I was three years old. We spent our first year in Israel in a Finnish village near Jerusalem, called Yad Hashmona. After that my family moved to a kibbutz in northern Israel called Merom Golan. Kibbutz’s differ from a normal village by its communist ideology: All the members of the kibbutz work for the kibbutz and for their work, the kibbutz provides them with all their needs: free housing, food, furniture, clothes, education, etc. As children, we gathered every year in the Kibbutz’s clothes department, where each one of us was allowed to pick clothes for themselves: a couple of trousers and a couple of shirts. We also got two pairs of shoes and one pair of sandals every year. Everyone ate together in the dining hall of the kibbutz, where food was free for the members of the kibbutz and their children. Once we were thirteen, we also began working for the kibbutz for one day a week. For the rest of the week we studied in the local school.

When I was a child, the kibbutz was still based on communist ideology: All the members of the Kibbutz got equal pay, no matter what job they held. Every job was equally important for the community. And the kibbutz, took care of all the members equally. For us children, this was like paradise, if we wouldn’t take into account the negative sides of the kibbutz.

Namely, we as children, had to live and sleep in the kibbutz’s kindergarten by ourselves, and not with our parents. This was really difficult for many of us, both mentally and emotionally. We lived and slept in the kindergarten, and every evening we got to see our parents for a few hours. Later on in the evening, our parents took us back to the kindergarten, where they would help us fall asleep. After that, we were left alone in the kindergarten. Once every hour or so, an armed guard would come and do his round in the kindergarten and check that everybody was OK. (The kibbutz was located near the Syrian border, so there were armed kibbutz members guarding the gates and the places were the children slept). So as children, we had to basically raise ourselves up and solve our problems by ourselves, without adult supervision. We became independent, but, as they say in Hebrew: “scratched” children.

I started going to the kibbutz’s kindergarten when I was four years old, when I didn’t even understand Hebrew yet. I remember the first night I slept in the kindergarten: I got into a fight with a Israeli boy, after which several children attacked me. Probably the whole fight was due to a misunderstanding. I just didn’t understand what they were saying, and got into a fight. And the other kids just tried to keep us apart until we calmed down. However, to me it felt like I was being attacked, first by one child and then by the rest of them. First night without mother… ☹

My little brother was also born at that same time, and since he was a baby, he got to sleep at home with my parents, and I didn’t. This seemed really unfair to me and I always felt like I did something wrong and that’s why I was punished and thrown out from my parents’ home. It wasn’t until many years later that I realized that my parents were just too insecure and didn’t have the courage to say no to the authorities of the kibbutz. They should have told the kibbutz that their children needed time to learn the language first, and only after they have learned how to communicate in Hebrew, they can be put in a kindergarten, with the rest of the children. (Today, children no longer sleep in the kibbutz’s kindergarten. The children sleep in their parents’ home until they are 16, at which point they move into a youth center, and get their own apartments). Although sleeping in the kindergarten was difficult at first, it also had a positive side: I escaped most of my father’s violence and humiliations. But I’m going ahead of myself, we will get to that part later on in the story.

When I was six, I moved to the kibbutz’s elementary school, where I continued to grow up. Each age class had its own building, where we lived and slept, two or three children in each room. In the room, each child had a bed, a night lamp and a small cabinet, where we could keep our things.

The school house in kibbutz Merom Golan.

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The Kalevala nature body DNA activation

A few weeks ago, I participated in a spiritual happening in the city of Kotka, which lays on the eastern shore of Finland. The happening was organised by my friend Mikko Taskinen and was focused on the Kalevala, which is a collection of old Finnish shamanistic poems. During the happening, the characters from the Kalevala were channelled to the audience. It was then that I received a message from my inner guidance that the Kalevala contains light codes that can activate your DNA.

I told the audience about the guidance I received and suggested that we can activate the our DNA with the light codes hidden in the Kalevala. Everybody got excited about the idea and so we activated our DNA, by using the Kalevala light codes.

A few days later I noticed that a new light body has been activated in me. After examining it for a while I noticed that by using the new body I could communicate with the Earth spirits. I also knew where the power places are in nature and I knew how I can clean them. I understood that all this knowledge has been opened in me through the light codes of the Kalevala.

Because I could connect with nature through this new light body, I decided to call the new body the Kalevala nature body.

A few more days has passed. I went to the nature park near my home, sat in my favourite meditation spot and called Mother Earth and her spirits to come and teach me how to use my new nature body and how to heal it. The Earth and Water spirits came to meet me and taught me what I needed to know.

These are their teachings.

First a warning:
The next activation will change you, so if you do not want to change, please don’t do this activation. This activation will also bring your Kalevala magician powers back to you and you will remember how to do magic once again. As you probably already know, each one of us has a free will. When you force someone to do something he doesn’t want to do – you create karma and bad luck for yourself. That is why it’s important to use your new magical powers in a responsible and considerate way for the benefit of all of humankind and not for selfish reasons. Continue reading The Kalevala nature body DNA activation

Crossing the inner Sea and becoming Endless

Inside the Old Testament there are many clues about how our light bodies are structured. If we read the description for the blue print of the temple of Solomon, we will notice that God designed it to be built in the shape of a man: two legs (Boaz and Yachin), two arms, five fingers in every hand, and the Dvir (the holy of holies) which is located in the area of the chest. God wanted to remind us that we are the temple, inside which His light shines.

This site, www.templesecrets.info shows amazing graphics of the temple, and it shows how the temple of Solomon was created in the shape of the human body. I recommend that you go to this site and have a look for your selves, before you continue on reading.

Since Solomon’s Temple was built in the shape of a human body, it means that each one of us contains inside him or her self a Divine, a Holy place, where we can commute with our inner God. The word Dvir (דביר) itself is from the root DVR (דבר), which means “to speak”. The word Dvir also contains the Hebrew letter Yod (י), which is often used as a short form of the word signifying God in Hebrew, Jehovah (יהוה). Together they mean ”to speak with God” (דבר י).

In my opinion, the pictures on the site are not entirely correct. The Dvir is located in our chest area and not in our heads, as the site suggests. That is why I made a new version of the Temple Man, which shows where the Holy of Holies is really located. Notice the smile you will also have, once you have entered the Dvir of your own body… : )

According to the Old Testament, Solomon’s Temple had a Menorah inside of it. The Menorah is supposed to be a candle holder for seven candles. If we’ll examine the structure of the Menorah closely, we will see that it is in fact a representation of our chakra system, which also shows the balancing principle behind it.

It’s a bit hard to see it at first, but once we turn the Menorah 90 degrees to the left, everything becomes much clearer.

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The Golden Lily Meditation

In 2006 I went to a sacred geometry course in Ylöjärvi, Finland. My two friends and I drove there together and on the way, one of my friends said that in that course we will be given an important symbol.
Before the course I talked with the teacher Riitta, who is my good friend, and she told me that, the angels had told her, that the name of the symbol that we will be given is Shoshan. Shoshan (שושן) means Lily in Hebrew.
Riitta doesn’t know Hebrew…

During that course we meditated together but I could not see the symbol. We returned to Helsinki that night and before I went to sleep I asked that the symbol will be given to me in a dream.
Sure enough, that night I had a weird dream and the symbol was given to me. It looked like this:

A few days later, I had another dream on how I should use the symbol. So I tried it and it worked. My friend, Riitta, has also tried using the symbol and she had a slightly different experience. We put both of our experiences together and developed a meditation that uses this symbol.

In the meditation a new energy flow is activated and spread across the body. For a long time, we didn’t know what this energy does. Until one day I taught the meditation to a friend of mine and she said that the Golden Lily energy has connected her to her genes – her DNA. I asked my Angelic Spirit Guide to teach me how to use the symbol and he called Angel Yechezkel (יחזקאל), who has taught me how to use the energy properly. After that I developed the meditation further and learned that by using the Golden Lily symbol, you can connect yourself to the energies of Adam, Eve and the seed of Humanity. You can also program you genes with your vision of the future!

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