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Filosofia de vida Toltec

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Estudos feitos em universidades conceituadas revelam que pessoas felizes tem menos possibilidades de contrair ataques de coração ,tromboses,dor e artrite reumatoide…Alem disso investigadores do Carnegie Mellon,num estudo feito o més passado descobriram que as pessoas que vivem felizes tem menos capacidade para contrair gripes e são mais resistentes aos virus do que aquelas que vivem zangadas,cheias de stress e tristes…
Os investigadores chegaram agora á conclusão que a felicidade é cada vez mais uma capacidade que aprendemos quase como fazer crochet…Portanto aqui fica um dica para pensarem durante o dia de hoje enquanto estiverem na praia a tostar ao sol!

Fica aqui o Link de alguem que tal como eu leu o artigo e ficou com a pulga atras da orelha

Principios Toltec (Peço desculpa de estar em Ingles ,eu consigo ler bem ,mas traduzir tudo isto na perfeição já não)
No entanto deixo aqui um bocadinho muito muito resumido daquilo que aqui por baixo é interessantíssimo de ler!!
A revista HAPPY deste mês _(muito embora seja uma revista um bocado especial!!) traz sempre uns artigos interessantes para quem se interessa por estas filosofias e foi lá que eu li um artigo muito interessante sobre os índios Toltec!

1. Seja impecável com a sua palavra;
2. Não leve nada para o lado pessoal;
3.Não tire conclusões;
4. Dê sempre o melhor de si;

1. One of the concepts is saving energy. Most of our energy is spent in the daily routines of life. Just getting through another day is all that most of us have energy for. We waste energy in everyday routines, such as always getting ready for work each day, the same way. We spend a lot of energy believing in our own self importance, Ego, and then defending it. To break these and other routines, Stalking, frees up energy, and this extra energy can then be redirected towards a greater awareness. The Toltec’s say that if we save enough energy, a door will open to an unknown side of ourselves, The Nagaul, a side that it is not possible to think or verbalize about,

2. All that we know as humans, and can describe with words, The Tonal, is a very small part of what actually exists. It is an island upon which we pass the whole of life. What lies beyond the borders of this island? It is an unfathomable mystery that cannot be understood verbally, but it can be witnessed, and experienced by anyone with enough energy. This side of ourselves is called The Nagaul. By integrating the known, The Tonal, with the unknown, The Nagual, a wholeness of self occurs. When an individual becomes whole, they recognize that the reality of the world is merely a matter of perception; their perception changes. The need to rescue and reintegration this side of ourselves into an everyday reality constitutes one of the most commonly reoccurring themes in the works of Carlos Castaneda.

3. The Toltec’s believe the body to be a field of energy constantly affected by other fields of energy. Be they great, like the sun or earth, or smaller like our fellow human beings, they affect us accordingly. Don Juan taught Carlos that pieces of foreign energy can be left in our bodies by those we encounter during our life, affecting us for years. It’s important to regain our own energy left in the bodies of others, and to rid ourselves of the foreign energy inside ourselves. This energy holds us back, holds us under some dark spell because it interferes with our daily living.
Recapitulation is an exercise to recall, review, release, and recharge energy. It rids a person of assumptions and preconceptions. It frees locked energy and restores balance. The Toltec’s believe the body to be a field of energy constantly affected by other fields of energy. The idea is that all of your experiences have been stored inside your energy fields. Recapitulation is remembering or more precisely, reviving events and experiences. It happens naturally at the moment of death. Some describe it as our life passing before our eyes. To do this, body remembering, of or own volition, restores our energy field.

4. There are techniques designed to de-structure the ego as well as our ordinary view of the world. These techniques are called Not Doings. They are actions foreign to our ordinary description of how the world works. Examples of this are walking backwards, learning to be aware in dreams, and gazing at the shadows of things, instead of the things themselves. This suspends our normal perceptions; then the world truly becomes a magical place

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