The Ancient Egyptians or Kamitic people lived their lives and governed their society by a concept called the Maat or Maa, which roughly means balance, justice, law, order, righteousness, truth, holistic or wholeness, and the way. Although many have interpreted the Maa to be a set of commandments or laws, in truth the Maa, is a set of principles or more like guidelines that instructs how to effectively use the Spirit of God. According to Kamitic belief everyone has a personal maa, which is a set way that things work for them because of their affiliations, backgrounds, beliefs, life experience, etc. For instance, some people find it very easily to accept spiritual truths, whereas others only a...
We owe our existence to our mothers. A mother gives us birth, feeds us and protects us from harm. If it weren’t for her it is unlikely that we would have survived. Mothers play a key role in the existence of mankind. It is a mother who imparts knowledge and values to a child. She handles the affairs of the home ensuring the welfare and prosperity of the family. Mothers love, are patient and forgiving. Sometimes they also punish. Maa The Universal Mother highlights the concept of the Mother Goddess dear to all Hindus, manifested in many forms, and connects you to the modern times to appreciate the strength of a mother in bringing harmony to our lives through devotion and compassion.
IN THE PATH OF LIGHT WITH MAA: A JOURNEY OF LOVE AND TRANSFORMATION STEER THE COURSE OF YOUR TRANSFORMATION We’re all on a journey to find out who we really are and what our purpose is. You’ve probably noticed that the path usually isn’t clear and direct. Read this book and be inspired by the story of someone who has suffered and is now living a life he loves. Be touched by his experiences and informed by the lessons he’s learned. One big lesson: act now and don’t wait! There’s no time to waste, so learn more about yourself, decide where to focus your attention, and take steps to reinvent your life. YOU’LL DISCOVER: ? You’re not alone and don’t have to suffer ? You have the power to transform yourself and your life ? The importance of love, joy and devotion in life ? Greater clarity about who you are and where you’re to transform ? Practical lessons for increased health and well being ? Ways to transform uncomfortable and self-destructive thoughts and emotions ? Practices for improving your relationships, including with partners and children ? How to communicate authentically and express yourself more powerfully
When the crack cocaine epidemic hit Detroit in the mid-1980, Moore like many of his peers turned to the church to avoid the onslaught, but when the Holy Ghost failed to protect him from drug related crimes and violence. He searched for an alternative form of spirituality. After overcoming homelessness, poverty and being diagnosed with the debilitating disease lupus, he discovered an ingenious way to connect to the Divine. By drawing upon Ancient Egyptian philosophy and Afro-spiritual practices, that gave him the tools to overcome his illness and greatly improve every aspect of his life. In this easy-to-read, simple yet motivational style memoir of self-discovery, Moore the son of a preacher explains how depression and despair led him to turn his back on God, but how anyone can rekindle this relationship by learning history, recognizing their ancestors, identifying with their archetypes or spiritual guardians, and acquiring knowledge of self.
After learning that early African Americans in the Antebellum South followed the Kongo Cross, which the author used to discover the Maa Aankh, an Egyptian-style medicine wheel. Using this diagram as a guide revealed that the familiar physical reality we live in is limited, but beyond our five physical senses is a rich and unlimited spiritual dimension. Everything we desire - peace, prosperity, success, love, joy - can be found in this spiritual realm, because they are ethereal in nature. Most people have a problem obtaining these goals because they allow themselves to become disconnected from their Source. But, by learning how to stay connected to this invisible reality, you can overcome the physical problems you face. Included are practical exercises based upon shamanic traditions that will help you break away from the destructive beliefs and habits that disconnect you from the Source. As well as spiritual practices and rites that will help you maintain the connection to create the life that you want and deserve.
Here it is argued that understanding another culture can only be approached through models derived from representations conveyed by members of that culture. The anthropologist may then elaborate these images through the choice of analytical parallels, even extending to other disciplines and personal experience. Each chapter here views Maa institutions through a different lens, exploring models relevant to a comprehensive analysis of social life.
Hi, I am Rohan – the best son in the world. And my girlfriend Milli is also the best. I just wish she had a different surname, though. My mom says she doesn’t like her. My parents are very particular about surnmaes. Now, Milli is very supportive. She is even ready to convert her caste, but there’s no havan or pooja (ritual). Damn! First of all, can our priests invent that, please? And secondly, what do I do now? Look inside to see how my highway-like life suddenly shifts to an old pot-holic lane if I ever win the surname battle.