Jul 052004

Hello all

Had a wonderful day yesterday. (Every day is wonderful!)

The morning started off special – I stayed in bed…breakfast cereal…bed…made a sandwich…bath and then off to the west end. I had a thought of Krishna and wondered whether I should go and take part in their Sunday feast at their temple. Then I remembered that you need a voucher as evidence that you are a serious devotee. I guess they don’t want any old riff raff coming in just for a meal. :-) You want food you’re going to have to sing for your supper. Hmmm! Tempting, extremely tempting. I went to browse in a bookshop instead.

I was drawn to David Icke’s books that talks about conspiracy theories, mind manipulation by the media and other organisations, ETs and aliens, right up my alley. :-) Actually the man’s got a point. While I was reading, the name “Peter” jumped up at me. I don’t know anyone called Peter on a conscious level anyway so I dismissed the thought. I read for hours in the bookshop cum library and then had a thought that I should leave. I was going to get a bus somewhere but I figured why not take advantage of the sunny weather and walk down Oxford Street, the shopping centre of London? I did some window-shopping on the way. As I walked down I kept wondering what road to turn off. I saw a road called “Poland Street” but I had this thought “I’m not walking down there!” Hmmm! My reaction was way too illogical. I took a short cut through Soho Street and what do you know, I was going past the Hari Krishna Temple.

The restaurant looked very different from the last time I went; I nearly didn’t recognise it. A young man in front of the temple told me it was being refurbished. They had just finished their Kirtanas (praise songs to Krishna). He invited me into the restaurant to share prasadam (feast offered to Krishna) with him. I told him I didn’t have a voucher but he said it was fine. He crumpled his own voucher to put me at ease. We didn’t get asked for vouchers and we got some prasadam and settled down for a chat. We talked about our spiritual beliefs. I told him I used to go to the temple. He said he’d only just come to the UK from Poland. I smiled. So that’s why Poland Street had jumped out at me. My new friend took a beaded necklace from his neck and gave it to me, to remind me of Krishna. I thanked him.

Another devotee, an old friend, passed by. We had our usual banter.

Devotee: “How is God and Jesus doing?”
EJ: “God is good. How is Krishna?”
Devotee: “Good. Hari Krishna!”

We grinned at each other and he was off with a fellow devotee to have prasadam in the local park. In the meantime I chatted to my Polish friend for a while. I passed him details of a website he was interested in. Just before I left he asked me to pray for him. It was now making sense why we had met up.

Next, I decided to walk down to the poetry library which is open on Sundays. I saw an old acquaintance from university. I stopped him for a chat. We’d both studied media studies. He was now working for the media. He couldn’t remember my name. I told him what my name was at uni but that I’d changed it. He said his name was Peter at uni but had also changed it. Another mystery solved why I had thought of the name “Peter.”

On my bus journey home I sat upstairs. I put an intention out that I wanted to see evidence only of Inner Silence. The bus went through the City, which is the business centre of London. I admired a newly erected building in the middle of the City which has been affectionately named “The Gherkin.” It actually looks like one. Suddenly I heard a bang. There was a motorcyclist lying in an intersection and his motorcycle beside him. Aha, a perfect opportunity to see Inner Silence at work. I saw a perfect image of the motorcyclist in Mind. In Mind I “watched” him get up and he was perfectly OK. A few of us were standing up observing the scene. The motorcyclist got up and dusted his trousers down. A few passersby ran to his assistance. They helped him push his motorcycle to the pavement. Then our bus drove off.

Hope you’re having a good day, wherever in Paradise you find yourself.

Love Enocia

  One Response to “Another Day in Paradise”

  1. There is alot to be said about “Power to share”.

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    Power is reveiled!
    how its “powerful supplys” of

    a “provoking”, and “enlighting”,
    “spiritually awakening”,
    “Powerful influence” which ever way you put it into prospective to imagine it as such it provides packed up Punch.

    make sense so far? confused? or how ever your emotions are left dealing with what may be provoked by this read I type out……just be open to unexpected or/and unexplaned or unbelivable that may be imaginable to you. And first understand your heart needs you to let it be leading you. then when you can feel that, begin to consiter this;
    “Mind Over Matter”
    The Power of the Mind.
    The Mind’s Eye.
    The third Eye.
    Psycic eye


    so “awakening” this experience type is, that most of the population continually jump to wrong conclusions. very few exceptions sad to say.
    It will always be easier to see the easyer way to proceed. always a simple rought ahead, “OR SO YOU ASSUMED THAT WAS TRUE –no futher thoughts required—NOT!!!

    I admit doing that probably many more times than I could guess, before I was to experience this area where believing the Mind has no boundrys at all. Except the ones we place all by our self …..its alittle tuffer and more work on our part is required without exceptions, to correct that and achieve a most positive provokingly and profound devise of such a full compassion spills out onto others in time at will of provider. there is no limits as to where and what this inspirational tool we are provided inside us for unlimited possibilitys to promote the best you can become and make the positive impact which alters changing lifes in greater ways without allowing any less than that as what your willing to provide for this to become what is true, real and achievable all while observed by those few who have their own roads God provided them for achieving excellence through doing 100% their best, without any exceptions. Period. this must be a fact and you must be its proof. then you will become exactly what God intended you to become.

    with that said, a negitive pathway, blinders plastered
    skillfully with regularly practiced ways to expand denials of all kinds,,,,,which creates the habit. its repeted so offten, that denial will even go so far as to profoundly defend itself against itself, which blocks reality and truth which are the two things we have to accept to find God. or even to Love ourself, so we can love our nabour the same as ourself.

    sorry it got long, but it provokes my mind to think and share.. God bless! Have a wonderful day