Sunday, 11 March 2018

My Teacher: Master Sha


This message that I share today is perhaps a bit different from my previous posts.

Today, I wandered through internet and chanced upon the wikipedia page about my teacher Master Sha. It offers a balanced view, to be sure, offering nice words, and some criticism also.

I guess, if I start speaking nicely about master Sha and do not agree with critics, some could say, of course, what do you expect, from a devotee. Yes, I am a devotee of Master Sha.

I love wikipedia. It is great tool that I use often. And, I agree with some and disagree with some that is written there about my teacher.

One thing is for certain, in democratic society, it is normal to be criticized. We elect, in democratic process, our prime minister because we trust his skills to lead our nation. The moment he enters his office, he has a fierce criticism from opposition party, that will try to find a fault in anything he does. It is just a nature of having highest post in country.

So, I find the criticism of my teacher the same way. I just wish that those who speak or write that way, would come one day and see for themselves. All too often I see one website quoting the other and that one the other. Not much new said, just rehashing few of the same issues.

In wikipedia page of my teacher, I see a story about an ophtalmologist reviewing healed cases and seen not much improvement. But I have not seen the actual report of my colleague, there is only a reference to a newspaper article that makes this quote. Other copy this, and it just percolates; I have not see any other stories from other physicians. Amazing, considering Master Sha has been around doing healing for at least 20 years.

Yes, I am MD. I have actually been involved with a team doing research on Master Sha techniques for past 16 years. I have no doubt that we have seen a positive effect on human being yet and again, because we have reviewed some of his healing cases and seen hard evidence.
You may like to go to our research foundation website and see for yourself: www.sharesearchfoundation.org

But that how it is.
I used to be a neurosurgeon, trained at University of Toronto, with a special interest into spinal surgery. Our teachers once reminded us of American pioneer Orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Paul Harrington. Many years ago, in 50’s, Paul started with the idea putting metal bars and screws into spine. The opposition to his innovative approach was fierce, he almost lost license to practice. Yet, his ideas are now the “backbone” of modern treatment of spine. Millions of patients can walk and have active lives, because of Dr. Harrington innovative thinking and courage to go against norm.

It has never been easy to be first, to be the best, to break the established. Master Sha will be remembered, and thanked by millions, no matter what some may say and wish.

As a disciple and follower for many years, I may be forgiven for saying, I deeply love and respect Master Sha. He has given me a new life, healthy, joyful and profoundly happy, far beyond that can “normally” be experienced. In my humble view, Master Sha is truly loving, caring and very gifted teacher.


Have a wonderful day, full of joy and happiness!


Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Dear friends,

Last year and year before that, I have presented similar post and it has had quite a significant number of visitors. I feel it would be good to remind ourselves about the meaning of celebration of the time of Solstice.

The time around the winter solstice has been celebrated for thousands of years, and different religions have developed different festivals around this time.

Budhists celebrate Bodhi Day - The Day of Enlightenment, celebrating the day that Shakyamuni experienced enlightenment (also known as Bodhi) on December 8.

Hanukkah - the Festival of Lights, observed in Judaism for eight nights and days, starting on the 25th day of Kislev, which may occur at any time from late November to late December in the Gregorian calendar.

In Ancient Roman Religion was a Festival Saturnalia (basically a festival of Solstice) held in honor of deity Saturn on the 17th of December and later expanded with festivities through to the 23rd of December.

About 5000 years ago, Stone Age people have build a large circular mound, 76 m across and 12 m high at Newgrange, Ireland. Within a mound, there is an interior chamber and 19 m long stone passageway with entrance on the southeastern side. The entrance and passageway are perfectly aligned with solar movements.
Once a year, in the morning on December 21 (or 22), on Winter Solstice, the rising sun shines directly along the long passage and illuminates the inner chamber for about 17 minutes.
The Newgrange Mound is older then Stonehedge and Pyramids in Ghiza, and is one of the oldest documented attempt to mark winter solstice.
Similar structure was build on Gavrinis island that overlooks the Vannes river in France. Another passage mound was build at Kercado in Carnac woods in France. It was build in 4700 BC and is perfectly aligned to winters solstice.

Return of Yang, a festival celebrated by Daoists on December 21.

Yalda -The turning point, Winter Solstice, was celebrated early in the history of the Germanic peoples on December 21. The pagan Scandinavian and Germanic people celebrated twelve-day "midwinter" Winter solstice holiday called Yule (Jul, Julblot). Many modern Christian traditions, such as Christmas tree, Christmas wreath, Yule log and others are direct descendants of Yule customs.

In Ancient Egypt religion, God-Man Saviour Osiris death and rebirth was celebrated on Dec 21.

In Ancient Greek religion, The Festival Lenaea, the death and rebirth of harvest God Dionysos, was celebrated on Dec 21.

In Ancient Inca religion, the Festival If Inti Raymi, the festival of Sun where the God of Sun, Wiracocha was celebrated on Dec 21.

Toltec people celebrate Winter Solstice till today. They merged their own zenith cosmology with the Mayan system and build the pyramid at Kukulcan. When one looks at the western face of pyramid during the winter solstice, the sun appears to climb up the edge of the staircase until it rests momentarily directly above the temple before beginning its descent down the other side.

Shabe Yaldā or Shabe Chelle is an Iranian festival celebrating the victory of light and goodness over darkness and evil, it is a birth of Mithra, who symbolizes light, truth, goodness, strength, and friendship. It is celebrated on December 22.

In the Druidic tradition the name of this festival is "Alban Arthan", Welsh for "Light of Winter". On  the 21st or 22nd of December - winter Solstice, Celts have celebrated the return of the Divine Child, the Mabon, the rebirth of the Sun.

Korocun was celebrated by pagan Slavic tribes on December 21, the longest night of the year. On this night, Hors (symbolizing old sun), becomes smaller as the days become shorter and dies on December 22, the winter solstice. It is said to be defeated by the dark and evil powers of the Black God. On December 23 Hors is resurrected and becomes the new sun, Koleda.

The Dōngzhì Festival or Winter Solstice Festival is celebrated in the China on December 21 (22). It is a time for family to get together and eat traditional meal of glutinous rise balls (in Southern China) or dumplings (Northern China).


Anglo Saxon Pagans were holding Modraniht - The Night of Mothers, on December 24.

In Vainakh mythology, there a Malkh festival dedicated to the Deela - Malkh - the birthday and the festival of the Sun on December 25.

Sol Invictus ("The Unconquered Sun") was originally a Syrian god who was later adopted as the chief god of the Roman Empire under Emperor Aurelian. His holiday is traditionally celebrated on December 25.

Hindus in USA celebrate Pancha Ganapati, modern five-day Festival in honor of Lord Ganesha on December 21 - 25

Christians celebrate Blue Christmas - the day of Advent with longest night of the year on Dec 21 and later, the birth of Jesus on December 25.

Chahārshanbe Suri is a fire jumping festival, celebrated in Iran and Afghanistan. Ancient Persians Zoroastrian celebrated the last 5 days of the Iranian year (Spring Equinox) in their annual obligation feast of all souls.

In Islam, they do not celebrate solstice. The Muslim faith follows lunar and not solar phases. Consequently, the time of religious festivals in Islam changes every year with reference to other calendars (it shifts 11 days a year).

Mawlid al- Nabi in on Dec 12-13 2016 many Muslims have honored the birth of Muhammad in a ritual called the Mawlid. These popular practices are festive occasions, often with decorations all over cities, featuring tents in which sweets and candy are handed out. (taken with gratitude from article by Obin Safi).

Whatever you are celebrating, I wish you from my heart, a very peaceful Holidays season, filled with God's love and light.

With love and blessings
Peter Hudoba




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Sunday, 2 October 2016

Peter Hudoba: healing of the fear of public speaking

Dear Friends,

I would like to share with you a wonderful success story of healing of Fear of speaking to one of our students. This happened several years ago. The way how she is teaching now is absolutely amazing. Please enjoy watching the video.





With Love and Blessings


Peter Hudoba


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Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Peter Hudoba: Divine Healing Hands - a Great Gift to Humanity

Dear Friends, 

It is a great honor a joy to show you our short video clip about Divine Healing Hands




 with love and light,

Peter Hudoba


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Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Peter Hudoba: Follow up after healing Fatigue.

Dear Friends,

I would like to share with you a wonderful success story of healing of Fatigue to one of our students. We made this second clip 2 weeks after she received first healing. I used a healing power of calligraphy. Please enjoy watching the video.



With Love and Blessings


Peter Hudoba


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Peter Hudoba: Can You Overcome Fatigue?

Dear Friends,


It is important to know why we are fatigued. There are many different reasons, from a simple one - like being tired from long and demanding activity to much more serious like health conditions (low thyroid, loss of red blood cells due to some illness) and others. Therefore it is always a good idea to check with doctor to rule out serious issues.

But, nevertheless, we can help ourselves with wonderful techniques that master Sha has showed us.
 
Practice the sacred technique to heal fatigue:

Left palm is on the lower abdomen just below belly button and place Right palm is on Left palm. Visualisation of golden light in the area behind both palms.

Invocation: to Divine and Dao to bring Divine love and light to lower energy centre, to heal it, to fill with pure energy
Ask your Soul Mind and Body and Soul Mind and Body of your Lower Energy Centre to receive Divine love and light, to fully develop.
 
Chanting the mantra:

"Lu La Lu La Li
  Lu La Lu La La Li
  Lu La Lu La Li Lu La
  Lu La Lu La Li Lu La
  Lu La Lu La Li Lu La

 I love my heart and soul
 I love all humanity
 join hearts and souls together
 love peace and harmony
 love peace and harmony"


with love and light,

Peter Hudoba


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