Articles Archive for February 2012
Curious?, Spiritual Video and Media »
From the year 2007, SSRF has uploaded videos to Youtube on different subjects related to Spirituality with the aim of educating society about the spiritual dimension. Currently there are more than 60 videos uploaded to the SSRF Youtube channel (www.youtube.com/SSRFINC), in various languages.
The most visited video by far is ‘Violent Demonic Possession’. Currently there are almost 6 million views of this video. Visitors are leaving approximately 10 comments daily. There are thousands of comments. In this article we give an overview of the type of comments we receive for this video.
Spiritual Perspective »
One of my co-workers mentioned in late December how the 31st hadn’t even come and gone and already the local stores were putting up their Valentine’s Day displays. No one had time to recover emotionally, let alone financially, from holiday sticker shock, before being reminded that yet again, they had to buy their friends’, family’s and paramours’ love with gifts of wine, chocolate and roses.
With each passing year, I hear the dread in those around me grow at Valentine’s Day and all that it entails. A day that is, in theory, supposed to be all about love, seems to be about nothing but stress. Where to get dinner, what to order, what to wear, what gifts to buy, and so on and so forth. It becomes a production with a questionable return on investment.
We recently published a number of self-generated Divine sounds which have the ability to spiritually heal and impart spiritual experiences.
Some of our readers have promptly pointed out that these Divine sounds markedly resemble sounds that come from outer space, namely, the sound of pulsars.
A pulsar (portmanteau of pulsating star) is a highly magnetized, rotating neutron star that emits a beam of electromagnetic radiation.
How does the sound of pulsars compare to the Divine Sounds that we have published?
Spiritual Worldview »
For the past week, almost all of Europe, including places where snow was either never seen or rarely seen, is snowed in. Sub-zero temperatures, raging from -5 C near the sea to -38 C in Germany for example, caused a lot of challenges for citizens of Europe in coping with the elements.
One can ask, “OK, what is the big deal? Why are we surprised with the winter in winter? With snow in February?” This is true. But it is also true that the winter and amounts of snow we are now witnessing are not the usual winter scene, especially in Mediterranean countries, or on the islands that are normally known as ‘winter getaways’ without snow, and with average temperatures of 10-15 C.
So there seems to be an interesting tinge in the specific situation we are facing presently. Scientists are blaming the temporary European ‘ice age’ on the melting of the ice caps at the poles due to global warming.