Horses


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Since time immemorial the symbolism of the horse is associated with the passage and transport the soul to the underworld , or, in the mythological world of fantasy, to the moon . It was , therefore , seen as a harbinger of death when it was white and appeared in dreams . Horses were also synonymous augur well for the crops , in the Celtic tradition .
Children of the night and the mysteries , horses are life and death , and are associated with the elements of fire and water .Among psychoanalysts , the mare is an archetype very close to the mother , such as the Greek fertility goddess Demeter with horse head , and the memory of the world , associated with the time and the impetuous desire . As vehicle or man riding the horse have his fate intertwined with the human beings . During the day , it is the rider who leads the horse , but at night is the dark horse that directs the destinies of man and thus becomes a seer and guide. The conflict between man and horse leads to doom while the agreement and harmony between man and animal leads to success . While animal of darkness and magical powers , the horse is a sort of guide from the tradition of the peoples of Central Asia . Among Beltires , the dead man’s horse is sacrificed so that the lead man in the world of the dead . This same tradition is also found in the Mediterranean , as is the case of the Iliad , where Achilles sacrifices four mares in the tomb of his friend Patroclus , so that they will lead your soul .According to legend , Solomon sacrificed nine of his thousand winged horses God . In Rome , the horses were dedicated to Mars .
In the rituals of possession and initiation of different cultures , the man becomes horse, as is the case of African Voodoo , Brazilian and Haitian in shamanic traditions of Abyssinia and Asia Minor . In these traditions , the possessed man becomes the horse or the spirit of their god .
The white color was the favorite of the Celtic goddesses for their horses and the representation of Lady Godiva , the Lady Goddess , through a woman riding a white horse that was part of the traditional processions was critical to the success of the crops . Bellerophon sought to attain immortality moon riding the horse Pegasus, born of the blood of Medusa . The Norse god Odin rode horses ghosts in gray , who claimed to be the souls of warriors killed in battle . In Islamic tradition , Muhammad rode Alborak fantastic horse and led by the angel Gabriel , was from Mecca to Jerusalem and also to heaven
The horses of death , or that presaged death , are found in the ancient Irish tradition , and across Europe since the Greek Antiquity . These horses are black in color , but clear or whitish in color , and are associated with the moon and water . In European folklore are associated with witches and demons that lead travelers to crash into the cliffs or drowning in the swamps . In other traditions , from Europe to the Far East, the horses are deities of water and have the gift to bring out the springs with their paws . The horse is also considered a helper deities , such as Africa , where they are assembled by the gods to bring rain . Contrary to the idea of death , there is also the concept of solar charger , or the horse that pulls the chariot of the Sun , which is found in ancient cultures and also in the Greek tradition .

Falsele învăţături ale fricii şi vinovăţiei


13546550Iubirea este piatra de temelie a marilor învăţături spirituale.Fără iubire, nu există decât dogme şi credinţe rigide şi pline de teamă. Fără iubire, nu există compasiune sau facere de bine.

Aceia care-i judecă pe ceilalţi drept păcătoşi şi caută să-i mântuiască, nu fac decât să-şi proiecteze propria lor frică şi neputinţă. Ei folosesc cuvintele religiei, ca substitut al iubirii pe care sunt incapabili să o dăruie, sau să o primească.

Nu-i judeca pe aceşti oameni, pentru că, în propriul lor fel dureros, ei strigă după iubire. Dar nu accepta vina pe care ei ţi-o aştern la picioare. Ea nu este a ta.

Nu există paria sau păgâni

Ideile şi comportamentul anumitor oameni ne pot provoca, iar noi îi putem judeca şi alunga din vieţile noastre, dar să nu ne închipuim că există vreo justificare pentru acest lucru. Faptul că îi respingem pe ceilalţi este, pur şi simplu, un rezultat al fricii noastre. Nu e nimic spiritual în asta.
Dacă noi credem în iubire şi practicăm credinţa noastră, trebuie să-i considerăm pe toţi bărbaţii şi pe toate femeile drept egalii noştri – indiferent cum arată, cum se poartă, sau ce cred. Putem fi siguri că Dumnezeu iubeşte şi preţuieşte oamenii pe care noi îi respingem, la fel de mult cât ne preţuieşte pe noi. Pentru Dumnezeu nu există pária sau păgâni.

Text de Paul Ferrini