Worshiping Silence following the Mastery of the World’s Best Mystics we can touch Samadhi...

A-Ma Alchemy of Love by Nataša Pantović

What happens when you find a perfect note? What happens when you experience Samadhi listening to the perfect sound or observing a perfect painting? What happens when your expand to such an extend that it is blessed by , unexplainable, most subtle beauty?

your-highest-potential-is-waiting_blessing poem by Natasa Pantovic

Your Highest Potential is Waiting Blessing Poem by Natasa Pantovic

At a music concert of Armenian State Orchestra of around a 100 talented and for decades trained musicians a Master violinist took us to this magic state.

A grand piano recital of one of the best world pianist Grigory Sokolov entitled "The Legend is Back" took us onto a 3 hours journey through Haydn's sonatas and finished with 5 encores at midnight. While on this "single man on a piano" marathon, we as his audience stopped breathing with every pause he performed. He mastered his and the energy of entire Conference Centre crowd, taking us into the higher states of consciousness...

Mysticism or Magic

From Pythagoras to Aristotle and Plato 4 elements Symbolism

Our journey from worshiping silence towards the worship of God’s names to Idol worship and 21st Century Spiritual Renaissance

Demystifying Magic When Eastern Aum meets Western Amen

It has all started and in its puzzling complexity ends with the worship of  (in Arabic the name for God is Alah) or divine,  its omnipresent Cosmic entity, in Taoism known as Tao, materialised through trinity of forces (in Hindhuism known as rajas, satwas and tamas) within four elements of Gaia: earth, water, sun, and air. In their wisdom Chinese philosophers and ancient sages, even managed to further refine them deviding the manifestations of earth into wood and metal, exploring the dance of five instead of four elements. Within the western worlds, inside the works of greatest philosophers, mystics and artists we find this wisdom sparkled knowledge.

mysticism or magic symbolism of four elements

Aristotle Plato Pythagoras

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