Welcome to Mystic Soup Centre.
This is a metaphysical wellbeing centre. It is called ‘mystic soup’ because I refer to life as a mystic soup, a giant pot of cosmic possibilities. Mystic soup is about understanding the nature of reality. How to create the best possible life.
Mystic soup centre aims to help you improve your wellbeing. Inspire you, give you food for thought. Open your mind to explore all possibilities, scientifically and theoretically, not too heavy though. The motto of this site is keeping it simple and bringing it altogether for your ease and convenience.
Individuals In A Cosmic Dance.
We are unique individuals, we all have our own unique song we sing to the universe who dances to our tunes in patterns that create our life. Mystic soup realises what works for one may not work for another. We are from the same pool of conscious awareness but we express it, act it out in our own unique conscious way.
About The Information On This Site.
Mystic soup will endeavour to provide enough information, ingredients for the pot, for you to find what works for you. I think if you look around the site you will get an idea of what I am about and trying to achieve. In time there will be enough variety of free information on here for you to reference, print and archive.
The Information on the site is mainly researched by myself, or drawn from my experiences. I am a master of metaphysics which means I have a broad knowledge of the subject, but not a master of any particular field, general practitioner comes to mind. I will be inviting professionals in various fields to write for the site and I will reference my work to make further investigation easy.
Those Timeless Questions.
How often do you ponder the questions, why are we here? Where do we come from? where do we go? For as long as I can remember I have wondered, what happens when we die? what does it mean to be human?.
Just before my twentieth birthday, the heart of our family, my dad, died very suddenly and totally unexpectedly from a cerebral haemorrhage. From that moment my journey into metaphysical science and holistic well being began, leading me to this present point – developing this website.
After dads passing a book flew all the way from Australia, sent by my cousin to my mum – Life Before Life (1979) Helen Wambach Ph.D. Helen, a Psychologist used hypnosis, (a technique to access the subconscious mind) to call forth information that is normally blocked from our conscious mind. Her book, at the time regarded as controversial, is the result of her case studies to discover ‘is there life before birth’. Examples of questions Wambach asked her studies while they were under the influence of hypnosis were: When does the soul enter the fetus? Is the soul of the infant aware of the feelings of the mother? Are you choosing to be born? Have you known your mother-to-be in a past life? What is your purpose for coming into this, your current lifetime? Wombachs book provides insights into those timeless questions we ask ourselves about human life on Earth.
For anyone mulling over these questions right now, a good place to start is with The Complete Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue (2005) Neale Donald Walsch. Everything you ever wanted to ask God is answered within these pages. The book is written in the form of question and answer and has been channelled, intuited by Walsch. You could surmise that Walsch tapped into the ‘light frequency’ where all Universal knowledge exists. The akashic records, an information field that ancient Hindu spiritual tradition says, is a field from which all the universe is formed and which holds all that ever was, is and will be. This ‘universal soup’ we exist in, is a potential where anything and everything is possible.
I have added a meditation by Ester Hicks channeling Abraham. I like this meditation, it fits the theme of this site and if you fancy to check it out I hope you find it beneficial for your wellbeing.
I care about you as a human being and I care about our planet and the earth spirit Gaia.
For now enjoy your life, enjoy your day,