Sunday, June 1, 2008

Angelic Haven opens

The Angel Haven and Ascension Isle, which lives on Goa Island, recently opened to the public. Peacesoul Destiny, owner of the Isle and the Angel Haven and Asecension group, explained a little about the angelic things on offer there.

"Goa is about offering residents the opportunity to explore themselves," she explained. "Also hopefully to enrich both their SL and RL lives with the work of the Angels and ascended masters. I hope it is a place where peace, relaxation, comtemplation and meditition can be achieved."

I asked how she came to be offering angelic guidance, and Peacesoul told me: "The Angels I work with are the Angels of the Angelic Realm. There is an angel for everything that u can call upon, and of course at the birth of our soulw e are assigned a Guardian Angel or as what some people term as higher self. This is where our moments of inspiration and intuition often arise from."

The island includes undersea areas, a coral reef and water sports, a tower, a pyramid.

Peacesoul explained that she had started a psychology degree, intending to help other people, but had been do drawn to the spiritual therapy work that she is doing now, that she had taken up holistic work. She started out with friends and family and expanded the business from there, and has now been working for thirteen years. "I felt connected with Angels and was very intuitive working alongside them."

I noticed that Peacesoul was charging for access and asked why she had decided to organise things that way?

"At the outset Haven was free access and was simply a gift to SL. Unfortunately this was abused and the membership acts as a filter. It's one of the things about being in a virtual world, sometimes people will do here what they wouldn't dream of doing in real life, simply because at the click of a button they can be elsewhere and thus not have to accept responsibility. It's only 12 lindens for 24 hours of access or 250 lindens as a one off fee."

Peacesoul explained that she plans to run some classes on meditation and mantra evenings open to all. Yesterday evening there was a spiritual disco, with spiritual music, which was enjoyed by all, and every Saturday the island will be open to all at 2 pm PDT. Until Tuesday next week, Haven is open to all, so why don't you have a look at what's on offer over this weekend?

1 comment:

  1. I had nothing against The Haven, or the person who ran it, per se, but I could see many potential problems with some of the channelling that went on there. To be a good channel requires a spirit of discernment, and without it one simply cannot tell who, or what, is being channelled.
    It is true to say that there are some very nasty things out there that can pretend to be whatever they want, and if we lack a spirit of discernment, then we can be taken in (and this can happen even to those who are very experienced in matters Spiritual).
    People come to such Spiritual Locations in Second Life, and in First Life, seeking - what they are seeking is dependant upon the person concerned, as we all seek different things.
    Mistakes will be made, and it is in the way that others react to such mistakes that determines the true extent, the depth, of their Spirituality.
    I have recently heard that The Haven is now closed, although the reasons for this are unknown to me.
    Several people in Second Life were disinclined to visit The Haven after their initial early visits, and why was this?
    What was it that made The Haven not the kind of place that would teem with visitors, like some of the other Spiritual places in Second Life, like Spirit Mountain, or Wisdom & Enlightenment?
    It seems true to say that in many ways the seeds of The Haven's undoing were in no small part sown by the person at the top, as it were.
    Yes, misunderstandings did occur, and they were for the most part simple, and honest misunderstandings, with no "evil" intent behind them.
    To over-react to such things, and to continue to over-react (without seeking any form of clarification as to whether such reaction is in any way warranted), is not a Spiritual course of action, and it can bring nothing but negative consequences to those who pursue such a path.
    Although it is doubtful that it will be believed by the person concerned, many of us in Second Life wish that individual nothing but well, and we send that person Love and Light for the future.
    In our Spiritual Path we must all learn lessons, and sometimes often hard lessons, but in so doing we can continue to grow and to move on to a new, and higher, level of understanding and Love.
    No, we are not responsible for the actions of others, but we are responsible for our own actions, and if we do not learn the lessons associated with those actions, then we are often doomed to repeat them until such time as we do.
    Let us hope, and pray, that all will be well for The Haven in whatever form it is next made manifest, either in Second Life, or in First Life.


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