What are crop circles telling us? Could the messages encoded in crop circles be the key to world harmony? Listen to crop circle expert Gary King to understand the message we should listen to.
Tune in to The Elsabe Smit Show on Sunday 12th March at 4 pm GMT using this link to ee the show live and add your comments.
The show covers a range of topics related to the creation process, from becoming aware of your destiny, through shaping your thoughts and actions, to learning the wisdom from your experiences and practising forgiveness.
Gary provided some details of what we can look forward to:
Have you ever wondered how people can use tarot cards, angel cards, tea leaves, flowers, ribbons and other tools to predict your future?
What is so special about these objects? How do they connect to the Divine?
Watch The Elsabe Smit Show live on Sunday 26th February at 4 pm GMT to get some interesting answers - including why you should not play with tarot.
Discover how the pituitary and pineal glands work together, and how you can change your diet to strengthen this partnership.
Did you know you use your intuitive abilities every day, and that with a little bit of practice you can enhance these abilities?
Here is the link to video with the details.
What is the purpose of your life? We are all in this life with a purpose, and because we need to live our life script. Where would this life script come from?
Of course, my assumption is that we live various lives, each with a unique purpose, until we finally become whole – one with the Source, and we no longer need to reincarnate.
Until then, we are incomplete, and the focus of every life we have here is to move closer to wholeness.
Do you want to know what your life purpose is? There are ways to identify your life script, and then live a more purposeful life.
If you want to master the creation process, be more successful and fine-tune your own good habits while discarding outdated habits, then tune into my show The Elsabe Smit Show every Sunday at 4pm GMT on my Facebook business page.
Who does not want to be more successful in every part of their lives?
Yes, there is the Law of Attraction which lets you believe that all you need to do is ask, and things will magically fall into your lap.
However, it is not that simple. If it was, we would all just wait for the lottery balls to fall in our favour – even if we never bought a ticket.
There is a process of creation and we use it every day without even thinking about it.
A 17-year-old American girl openly declared that she is gay. She took her girlfriend to the school prom. Her parents summarily enrolled her into a Christian school where she would for a year not have any contact with the outside world. The school apparently is known for “praying the gay away”.
This happened in the year 2017, not in 1317, and in the USA, not some backwater country with a paternalistic, dictatorial belief system.
The girl’s parents sent her to the school so that they could ensure the daughter they were given in this life is “changed”. Talk about conditional love … And they could do this because legally she is still under age and there is nothing she can do to get out of this “school”.
There is an urgency in the Western world to find means of slowing down and becoming calmer and more peaceful.
One of the commercial successes (apart from the myriad books on mindfulness) is the new rage for colouring books for adults.
Of course you will not find fairies or clowns or animals in these colouring books. The purpose of the books is not to practice holding a crayon or staying within the lines. The purpose of the books is to help adults relax by focusing on repeating patterns and on no particular topic.
Quite often mandalas are used in these adult colouring book. Mandalas are complicated repetitive patterns that originated in Eastern philosophy as an attempt to make a symbolic representation of the Universe more tangible.
A group of synagogues in part of London have applied for the erection of poles linked together with fishing wire to demarcate an eruv in Camden.
An eruv is a marked area in which Jews can carry or push objects on the Sabbath without violating Jewish law that prohibits carrying anything outside the house. This new construction will allow people in wheelchairs and parents with pushchairs to leave their house during the Sabbath, because the construction of the eruv will in the minds of the Jews create the illusion that their homes have been extended to the boundaries of the eruv, which can be as large as a number of square miles.
This is not a new concept.
When the concierge at the hotel n Istanbul where I was staying suggested I might want to see the Whirling Dervishes, I remembered the skill-full dancer that did the incredibly beautiful Sufi whirling dervish dance in Cairo a few years ago.
The dancer started off with a white costume, but the invisible bottom layer of the costume was like a Joseph's coat. During this performance the dancer turned the top layer of the skirt inside out, then displayed the top and bottom layer like a funnel, and then ended the dance with the white layer on top again. This was even more spectacular than the belly dancers who were part of the same show.
This is what I expected:
When in Istanbul, you have to do a boat trip on the Bosporus River – and the offers are legion and cheap. Within minutes I had three offers of trips lasting between two and three hours. I would get a leaflet from one tour operator, and another tour operator in the vicinity would notice this and give me a "better price" – with more attractive sights. Of course all the sights are more or less the same. The difference is probably in the quality of the commentary.
Against my intuition I followed the advice of the concierge and booked on a four-hour tour with the Blue Brothers Travel Agency. They would fetch me from the hotel, and bring me back to the hotel. They offered the boat trip with commentary in various languages as well as a trip up the funicular to Pierre Loti Hill. Very reasonable at 20 Euros, I thought.
The minibus arrived at the hotel – with standing space only, but hey, I was no holiday, so no big deal. More people were collected and we ran out of