Move Your Mountains - Marco Lazzara - ebook
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“True faith is not the effort of believing in something, but the consciousness of a certainty.” the author writes believing that faith is the cornerstone of all the systems of belief. Only through a clear, real and concrete experience a human being can reach awareness and then move his\her mountains.In the first part of the book it faces up the nature of perception, how it brings each person to see the world through their beliefs. The second shows the seven steps we have to follow to have a direct impact on creating our own reality, describing the descending way, from the divine to the manifestation, and the existing relationship between the seven chakras and the seven deadly sins that prevents the ability of men to manifest their desires, that brings human beings away from their divine nature, the image and likeness of God.Marco Lazzara, spiritual seeker for over twenty years, after in-depth studies on the various existing spiritual ways, with shamans, Kabbalists, Yoga Masters, and a great number of courses of personal growth, had deep mystic experiences and wrote his first book in a flow of consciousness. He is Yoga teacher, certified.

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MARCO LAZZARA

 

 

 

MOVE

YOUR MOUNTAINS

 

 

 

How Faith changes

your Reality...

The Seven Steps

 

 

 

 

© Anima Edizioni. Milano, 2018

© Marco Lazzara, 2018

© Copertina: Fotolia_Photocreo Bednarek

 

Translators: Marco Lazzara and Davide Pezzuto

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ISBN: 9788863654592
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Indice dei contenuti

FOREWORD

INTRODUCTION

PART ONE

1. THE TWILIGHT ZONE

2. IN THE BEGINNING

3. THE MEANING OF LIFE

4. MIRACLES

5. IN HEAVEN AND ON EARTH

6. THE NOTHINGNESS THAT CONTAINS EVERYTHING

7. THEURGY AND MAGIC

INTERLUDE

​THE KEYS OF CREATION

PART TWO

​1. THE ORIGIN OF JOY

​2. OVERCOMING THE BARRIERS OF MIND

​3. THE POWER OF INTENTION

​4. WHERE THERE IS A WILL THERE IS A WAY

​5. FATE AS A CHOICE

​6. TOWARD THE GOAL

​7. A MAN IS WHAT HE DOES

​CONCLUSIONS

FOREWORD

Some years ago a singer used to sing “the things of life make poets cry”. How many people find themselves exhausted, discouraged, feeling they lived a wrong life, in a wrong age, in a wrong society with a wrong job...in a wrong family.

If only we stopped every now and then to think over our deeds!

When we think and feel that our things of life make sensible people cry, the people we love, beginning with ourselves, only this sound habit could save the life of a lot of people, not only from a spiritual and mental point of view.

A certain Jesus from Nazareth suggested “love your neighbours as thyself ”. The question is: what kind of love did he mean? The narcissistic one which is inside Men? Not to do evil? Which doesn't certainly mean to do good! What kind of Love the poet lying inside you wishes to set free to reveal itself?

The answers to these questions might be upsetting for some of you!

God planted a seed into the garden of your Heart. This means that there isn't anything else you need to live happy and wealthy. You have already got the Seed to live on all this and the poet gets sad because we remain in the hands of human ups and downs, living as beggars, victims of the power of control exerted by other people, while you are thinking and therefore living in the pursuit of love for yourselves in something else....in others.

As my point of view, both as a spiritual researcher and as a specialist in personal improvement, the path I have experienced in this book of Marco Lazzara, is a strong and real synthesis for the realignment of our mind with our heart, an indispensable requirement to move personal mountains and so to let me remember who I am: not my name, not my job, neither my age nor my nationality, but who ''I AM''.

That's why it might be upsetting; as great thinkers have very often reminded us, our greatest fear is not to think we won't succeed, to fail, but to be able to discover the beauty, the light, the power we can be and therefore to live in order to act and so to obtain whatever may be linked to our plan of growth.

I heartily wish you a Good Trip towards the rediscovery of what you are and when this happens you will

realize it as you'll see ''the Poet'' smiling.

Shalom 

Maurizio Fiammetta (((\joy/)))

educator and conceiver of the Entusiasmo Therapy

INTRODUCTION

There is no future without hope. For this reason many of us, human beings, are dead inside. We live in a world where economic crisis, constant supranational conflicts and the loss of points of reference throw people into a state of confusion, apathy and despair that threaten to wipe out our society.

But one thing is certain: there is always chaos before a new order.

What is happening is not the End, but the possibility of a new beginning, a different way of dealing with the society, the life, the world and the economy. This book is not a sociological essay, even if we must start from the real world, from what surrounds us, in order to talk of what can transform everything.

I mean the absolute and strong belief that a man can take on to change himself and the world around him radically. There is the need of a new man, a new humanity, which is aware of the importance of each individual, of the fact that every man is the “Man”, member and brother of a human and social family who inherited this world to which he must give a future, drawing from the holy fire of hope.

Hope isn't "just" an illusion for dreamers, but it's the driving force that leads us to rise, facing life with the full knowledge that behind every obstacle there is a way to overcome it, aware that at the end life will triumph again. Human history is full of wars and tragedies, and it is this awareness that should encourage us to believe that a better world is possible.

Do you think that nowadays it's worse than when people were dying in the Nazi lagers or when in Europe they had to face the plague? History teaches us that humanity did not surrender but it looked forward, leaving the past behind. Sure, there are selfish men, full of themselves, that sometimes even rule; but what we should fear most, as Martin Luther King said, is the silence of honest people, because millions, perhaps billions of people remain idle, accepting a destiny they consider inevitable.

We shape our destiny moment by moment with our thoughts, with our words, with our choices, with our actions, and each of us is responsible for the reality and the world that belong to everyone.

Every conflict that everyone has inside adds up to the conflicts of others, creating in this way the chaos that we claim to despise. We must be the change that we wish to see in the world, assuming the responsibility of our life, without going on accusing the world outside of what we cannot change.

Each of us has the moral duty and the inner need to give the world the best of ourselves. Everything we think, say and do today has its impact on the world and on what will be its tomorrow. Our suffering itself depends on the inertia to which we force ourselves, resigned and frightened as most of us are.

Perhaps this introduction may seem far from the title of the book, but my intention is to make you ask yourselves some questions.

True faith is not the effort of believing in something, but the consciousness of a certainty. Only through a real, concrete, uncontroversial experience we can understand how faith can move mountains.

For this reason the first part of the book describes the world as it is, or how we perceive it.

I will bring you into a vision of the state of things that will surprise you. I hope to be able to touch your hearts.

Have a good trip.

PART ONE

BEYOND PERCEPTION

1. THE TWILIGHT ZONE

Reality is something that, when you stop believing in it, doesn't fade away.

Philip K. Dick

Probably some of you may be wondering why a book about faith begins with a quote from a famous science fiction author. Maybe some of you don't know him, but his entire fiction can lead us to consider a key aspect on which I wish to draw your attention:

The perception of reality.

That's why although it may seem absurd there is no human being that perceives the reality for what it is.

In Dick's novels his characters at the beginning of the story believe that what they live in their mind, that is the relationship with the outside world, is real, only to discover that everything they thought to be true was not actually.

They recount events, live and act through their points of view, which are made up, like for each of us, of filters caused by culture, by education, by the things we believe are true.

Each of you have certainly found out that some things you thought of were your illusion. It may have been an ideal, a love story, your faith in people or organizations. Or simply the fact of discovering that a song that you love wasn't written by the artist whose version you listened to for years, but it's actually a cover of a song written thirty years before by someone else.

You felt the surprise, and perhaps the disappointment, it was a moment that changed your perception of reality.

"Knocking on Heaven's Door" was written by Bob Dylan, and not by Guns N' Roses. Some of you will think: "Of course!" Is it so obvious? For you maybe, but it's not for those who don't know it. Maybe for a 15 years old boy who has never listened to Bob Dylan, and it's now listening to Guns N' Roses.

Our personal thinking goes always towards the direction that is given by the information we own, true or false they may be. Then you might talk about a given topic with people that have different data from yours, and you might discuss being both right within your respective information.

I think a clear example of what I mean is given by the pie charts that are shown in projections. Suppose you compare with someone about a specific topic. The collection of data on the same subject would represent the 360 degrees of the graphic. Let's assume that you have, as regards the information of the context 25% of the total, that means 90° of the same pie chart. You might meet someone who on the same subject has the 25% of the total information, but which are on the other side of the graphic.

You might then have a confrontation with opposing views on the same topic debating eagerly as well, having objectively both right from a relative point of view.