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This article will help you understand the elements. The signs of the zodiac are broken down into the elements of fire, earth, air, and water. If we learn the elements we will understand how the signs share common features. This simplifies astrology, and makes it easier to learn. THE FIRE ELEMENT: (ARIES March 21-April 19, LEO July 23-August 22, SAGITTARIUS November 22-December 21) Fire is bright, strong, and takes control. It wants to be in charge. Astrology's Element (Earth, Air, Water, Fire) Article Astrology's Element (Earth, Air, Water, Fire) Article
Classical 4 elements Classical 4 elements Segment of the macrocosm showing the elemental spheres of terra (earth), aqua (water), aer (air), and ignis (fire). Robert Fludd. 1617. Many philosophies and worldviews have a set of classical elements believed to reflect the simplest essential parts and principles of which anything consists or upon which the constitution and fundamental powers of anything are based.
Five Directions Chinese cosmology speaks of Wu Xing: the Five Elements, which are also the Directions. East corresponds to the element wood, the color green, the season spring, the sound of shouting, and the liver among bodily organs. The South, to fire, red, summer, laughter, and the heart. Five Directions
Map: Chan Dào (ZENTAO) - Yin Yang - Wu Xing - Yi Jing
Wu Xing Diagram of the interactions between the Wu Xing. The "generative" cycle is illustrated by white arrows running clockwise on the outside of the circle, while the "destructive" or "conquering" cycle is represented by red arrows inside the circle. Some of the Mawangdui Silk Texts (no later than 168 BC) also present the Wu Xing as "five virtues" or types of activities.[7] Within Chinese medicine texts the Wu Xing are also referred to as Wu Yun (五運 wŭ yùn) or a combination of the two characters (Wu Xing-Yun) these emphasise the correspondence of five elements to five 'seasons' (four seasons plus one). Another tradition refers to the wu xing as wu de 五德, the Five Virtues (zh:五德終始說). The system of five phases was used for describing interactions and relationships between phenomena. Wu Xing
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Why Brands Can No Longer Ignore Social Commerce Social Commerce has hit some setbacks as of late. Billed as the next logical step of e-commerce, the concept hasn't taken off the way that many people have expected. The idea is sound in theory: By seeing what users like, sites could use this data to present goods and services they would be interested in as well as show what their friends like too. Therefore, it aids discovery and increasing the chances of a purchase. Why Brands Can No Longer Ignore Social Commerce
I've written about Beulah many a time on here, as it's such an inspiring example of a company that measures its own success on a positive contribution to the world as much as sales. Created by two women, for women, it offers sleek and stylish clothing as a vehicle to help empower women. ‘Beulah’ is a Biblical word, taken from Isaiah 62 v.4, referring to a new land of ‘peace’. Beulah traces its origins back to 2009, when founders Natasha and Lavinia had an opportunity to work in Atulya, an aftercare home in the Delhi slums. Having witnessed the harrowing effects of human trafficking and the sex trade, they felt compelled to do something about it. Bon Ton Times Bon Ton Times
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Understanding Hinduism I am not going to start my article by defining the term Hinduism or by characterising who is an Hindu. That would make very lousy reading. So I am going to explain Hinduism in a way I am trying to understand world religions. I think there are three important aspects in understanding any religion. Origin and Evolution. Understanding Hinduism
Islam vs Buddhism When it comes to some of the major religions in the world, a lot of people are skeptical, or even fearful of something that they do not know a lot about. Here, we will try to do away with some of the most common misconceptions regarding the two most common religions in the world: Islam and Buddhism. First, let’s take a look at what Islam, as a religion, is all about. It’s based on the religious book Qur’an, and the literal meaning of the name is ‘submission to God’. Difference Between Islam and Buddhism | Difference Between | Islam vs Buddhism Difference Between Islam and Buddhism | Difference Between | Islam vs Buddhism
Buddhist Beliefs Explained Buddhist Beliefs Explained Hello All, my name is Bill Savoie. We are a diverse UU congregation. We have humanists, spiritualists, Christians, Jews, Muslims, Atheists, agnostics, Buddhists, Native Americans, did I miss anyone? As a Buddhist, I always feel a bit out of place when we discuss our belief systems.
THE HISTORY OF PAGANISM The history of Paganism began in about 10,000 BC, during the Paleolithic Age. It was a time when primitive people were nomadic, and had to hunt for their food, having to follow the herds of animals to survive. This is where the belief of the God of the hunt first appeared. The men worshipped the sun, the stag horned God, and the language of the animals, as hunting was crucial to their survival. The women, who were the child bearers and the healers, where those who took care of the tribe, and were looked upon as having more power, as they were the givers of life. It was during this time, that the women discovered that their bodies were in tune with the lunar phases, and therefore they worshipped the moon, and the Goddess diety, and they were the ones who led the rituals.
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Overview of Sikhism The word "Sikhism" derives from "Sikh," which means a strong and able disciple. There are about 23 million Sikhs worldwide, making Sikhism the 5th largest religion in the world. Approximately 19 million Sikhs live in India, primarily in the state of Punjab. Large populations of Sikhs can also be found in the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States. Sikhs are a significant minority in Malaysia and Singapore, where they are sometimes ridiculed for their distinctive appearance, but respected for their work ethic and high education standards. Fast Facts on Sikhism
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