A stroke of luck, by man or by God ?

We all wish we are lucky most of the time, but we all know how elusive luck can be. What is even more interesting is that, there are people who never believe in luck, or who believe in their subconscious that they can never be lucky. While these unbelievers may or may never be found ruing on their believes, there are people who boldly say “I make my own luck” Continue reading “A stroke of luck, by man or by God ?”

Quotes & Poems

What are you attracting and manifesting? Do not mock the law..

What are you manifesting,

What is it you think you are attracting to yourself?

Frolicking in the dark, guessing and trying.

Hoping in despair.

They say like attracts like,

True, it is a known universal law.

What are you like,

If you do not know what you are like, how can you attract anything.

You have forgotten the law of correspondence.

A mighty key missing in all your attempts.

For to realize ourselves is to realize all universal laws.

And he who has realized himself is he who attracts all to himself.

let us not mock this law;

Yes, like attracts like, but only a realized man will attract the universe.

© Sebastian Enukorah..

Quotes & Poems

“The Lost power; The feminine power of a woman.”

What power, what glory, strange power found in feminine.

You express yourself in the human mind as imagination and desire.

A force necessary for all manifestation, and all attraction.

Few express it, some embrace it.

Nothing can ever exist in nature,

Without the feminine pouring out her strength to it.

If i was a star, i be a Gemini, a dual power of yin and yang.

No feminine, no masculine. For you make the masculine, masculine.

For men sought wisdom when women had already become wise.

In the garden of Eden, Yes in this garden they showed men the way.

Winning first, the price of knowledge, while men sat in helpless wonder.

Ooh…  how i need the feminine in me to awaken,

Awaken in us all, and let the feminine power in us be born,

That we may rise in power and glory and become conquerors of nature.

© Sebastian Enukorah.