Day 240, 241 & 242 / 365: Your Choice, Angels Blow and Success – The Way of Abundance

Day 240, 241 & 242 / 365: Your Choice, Angels Blow and Success - The Way of Abundance

August 31, 2011

THE WAY OF ABUNDANCE
by Florence Shivel Shin

“Then shalt thou lay up gold as dust.”—Job 22:24

The way of abundance is a one-way street.

As the old saying is, “there are no two ways about it.”

You are either heading for lack, or heading for abundance. The man with a rich consciousness and the man with a poor consciousness are not walking on the same mental street.

There is a lavish supply, divinely planned for each individual.

The rich man is tapping it, for rich thoughts produce rich surroundings.

Change your thoughts, and in the twinkling of an eye, all your conditions change. Your world is a world of crystallized ideas, crystallized words.

Sooner or later, you reap the fruits of your words and thoughts.

“Words are bodies or forces which move spirally and return in due season to cross the lives of their creators.” People who are always talking lack and limitation, reap lack and limitation.

You cannot enter the Kingdom of Abundance bemoaning your lot.

I know a woman who had always been limited in her ideas of prosperity. She was continually making her old clothes “do,” instead of buying new clothes. She was very careful of what money she had, and was always advising her husband not to spend so much. She said repeatedly, “I don’t want anything I can’t afford.”

(August 29, 2011: Day 240 – Your Choice)

Day 240/365: Your Choice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

She couldn’t afford much, so she didn’t have much. Suddenly her whole world cracked up. Her husband left her, weary of her nagging and limited thoughts. She was in despair, when one day she came across a book on metaphysics. It explained the power of thought and words.

She realized that she had invited every unhappy experience by wrong thinking. She laughed heartily at her mistakes, and decided to profit by them. She determined to prove the law of abundance.

She used what money she had, fearlessly, to show her faith in her invisible supply. She relied upon God as the source of her prosperity. She no longer voiced lack and limitation. She kept herself feeling and looking prosperous.

Her old friends scarcely recognized her. She had swung into the way of abundance. More money came to her than she had ever had before. Unheard-of doors opened—amazing channels were freed. She became very successful in a work she had had no training for.

She found herself on miracle ground. What had happened?

She had changed the quality of her words and thoughts. She had taken God into her confidence, and into all her affairs. She had many eleventh-hour demonstrations, but her supply always came, for she dug her ditches and gave thanks without wavering.

Someone called me up recently and said, “I am looking desperately for a position.”

I replied, “Don’t look desperately for it, look for it with praise and thanksgiving, for Jesus Christ, the greatest of metaphysicians, said to pray with praise and thanksgiving.”

Praise and thanksgiving open the gates, for expectancy always wins.

Of course, the law is impersonal, and a dishonest person with rich thoughts will attract riches—but, “a thing ill-got has ever bad success,” as Shakespeare says. It will be of short duration and will not bring happiness.

(August 30, 2011: Day 241/365: Angels Blow)

Day 241/365: Angels Blow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We have only to read the papers to see that the way of the transgressor is hard.

That is the reason it is so necessary to make your demands aright on the Universal Supply, and ask for what is yours by divine right and under grace in a perfect way.

Some people attract prosperity, but cannot hold it. Sometimes their heads are turned, sometimes they lose it through fear and worry.

A friend in one of my question and answer classes told this story.

Some people in his home town, who had always been poor, suddenly struck oil in their back yard. It brought great riches. The father joined the country club and went in for golf. He was no longer young—the exercise was too much for him and he dropped dead on the links.

This filled the whole family with fear. They all decided they might have heart trouble, so they are now in bed with trained nurses watching every heart beat.

In the race-thought people must worry about something.

They no longer worried about money, so they shifted their worries to health.

The old idea was, “that you can’t have everything.” If you got one thing, you’d lose another. People were always saying, “Your luck won’t last,” “It’s too good to be true.”

Jesus Christ said, “In the world (world thought) there is tribulation, but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world (thought).”

In the superconscious (or Christ within), there is a lavish supply for every demand, and your good is perfect and permanent.

“If thou return to the Almighty, thou shalt be built up (in consciousness), thou shalt put away iniquity far from thy tabernacles.”

“Then shalt thou lay up gold as dust, the gold of Ophir as the stones of the brooks.”

“Yea, the Almighty shall be thy defense and thou shalt have plenty of silver.”

What a picture of opulence! The result of “Returning to the Almighty (in consciousness).”

With the average person (who has thought in terms of lack for a long time) it is very difficult to build up a rich consciousness.

I have a student who has attracted great success by making the statement: “I am the daughter of the King! My rich Father now pours out his abundance upon me: I am the daughter of the King! Everything makes way for me.”

Many people put up with limited conditions because they are too lazy (mentally), to think themselves out of them.

You must have a great desire for financial freedom, you must feel yourself rich, you must see yourself rich, you must continually prepare for riches. Become as a little child and make believe you are rich. You are then impressing the subconscious with expectancy.

The imagination is man’s workshop, the scissors of the mind, where he is constantly cutting out the events of his life!

The superconscious is the realm of inspiration, revelation, illumination and intuition.

Intuition is usually known as a hunch. I do not apologize for the word “hunch” anymore. It is now in Webster’s latest dictionary.

I had a hunch to look up “hunch,” and there it was.

The superconscious is the realm of perfect ideas. The great genius captures his thoughts from the superconscious.

“Without the vision (imagination) my people perish.”

When people have lost the power to image their good, they “perish” (or go under).

It is interesting to compare the translation of the French and English Bibles. In the 21st verse of the 22nd chapter of Job we read: “Acquaint now thyself with him, and be at peace: thereby good shall come unto thee.” In the French Bible we read: “Attach thyself to God and you will have peace. Thou shalt thus enjoy happiness.”

The 23rd verse: “If thou return to the Almighty, thou shalt be built up, thou shalt put away iniquity far from thy tabernacles.” In the French translation we read: “Thou shalt be re-established if thou returnest to the Almighty, putting iniquity far off from your dwellings.”

In the 24th verse we read a new and amazing translation. The English Bible reads: “Then shalt thou lay up gold as dust, and the gold of Ophir as the stones of the brooks.” The French Bible says: “Throw gold into the dust, the gold of Ophir amongst the pebbles of the torrents; and the Almighty shall be thy gold, thy silver, thy riches.”

This means if people are depending entirely on their visible supply, it is even better to throw it away and trust absolutely to the Almighty for gold, silver and riches.

I give an example in the story told me by a friend.

A priest went to visit a nunnery in France, where they fed many children. One of the nuns, in despair, told the priest they had no food; the children must go hungry. She said that they had but one piece of silver (about the value of a quarter of a dollar). They needed food and clothing.

The priest said, “Give me the coin.”

She handed it to him and he threw it out the window.

“Now,” he said, “rely entirely upon God.” Within a short time friends arrived with plenty of food and gifts of money.

This does not mean to throw away what money you have, but don’t depend upon it. Depend upon your invisible supply, the Bank of the Imagination.

Let us now attach ourselves to God and have peace. For He shall be our gold, our silver and our riches.

(August 31, 2011 – Day 242: Success! )

Day 242/365: Success!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The inspiration of the Almighty shall be my defense and I shall have plenty of silver.

Day 238 & 239 / 365: The Rockets! & PSI Batch 247 Graduates

Day 238 & 239 / 365: The Rockets! & PSI Batch 247 Graduates

August 27, 2011: Day 238

Day 3 of the PSI Seminar

The Benefits I am learning from this seminar and what it can offer to you… Right Now! So much Aha! moments that you never imagine it was just there controlling your life and the this is the Best time to have a choice to reach your goal!

* The seminar is based on the fundamental principle that each individual possesses unlimited, untapped potential. Unlocking this allows a person to achieve greater results and abundance. What hinder us from achieving what we want are self-limiting beliefs about who we are and what we can do. These act as barriers between our goals and us. The PSI Seminar provides the opportunity for us to examine these beliefs as well as experience new ways to overcome them.

* The PSI Leadership Success Seminar is about getting results in our lives… it’s about being the best that we can be. It’s about having more and better relationships, more successes, more peace of mind and better health. All of us here are already successful. But there’s always more. We don’t need to be sick to get better!

* The reason that the PSI Leadership Success Seminar is so effective is that it contains over 60 tools and techniques that we can use to get the results we want. The seminar is 30% lecture, 40% exercises, and 30% sharing.

* The tools and techniques are presented in the lectures. Then we do exercises that help us fully understand the concepts in the lecture by experiencing the concepts. This is a key to the seminar since we learn better through experience.

* The four-day seminar is highly experiential and insightful. People who attend the seminar attest to an enlightening fresh perspective towards life. The PSI Leadership Success Seminar helps us take that big step towards discovering who we are and where we want to go. Living life to the fullest can be a fun experience.

* Lifetime Membership. As with all education, the concepts, tools, and techniques the PSI Basic Seminar teaches are best implemented with repetition. That’s why after you attend, not only are you eligible for advance courses, you are entitled to re-audit the PSI Basic Seminar experience for free anytime and anywhere you wish. Your single registration investment is actually a lifetime membership investment for the PSI Basic Seminar.

Thanks to Joan Toledo my MicroBuddy Coach and the Team Rockets! For sharing their meaningful life experiences with us! We are the Rockets! We will soar high! We will celebrate a wonderful happy blast of Life and will Sparkle and Shine!

Day 238/365: The Rockets

PSI Batch 247 (Team Rockets) With Auris Borreros, myself, Jinky Delos Poyos, Joanne Toledo and Milton Co

Day 4: Day 239 : Proud to be Batch 247 Graduate!

Day 239/365: PSI Batch 247

And my Life will have a reboot starting today!

Day 237/365: Little Tokyo Place in Makati

Day 237/365: Little Tokyo Place in Makati

August 26, 2011

Day 2 of my PSI Seminar and its dinner time! Our destination Little Tokyo in Makati

Location: It is located between Amorsolo St. and Chino Roces Avenue(Pasong Tamo). To be more specific, it is beside Makati Cinema Square.

The place is a small compound of small restos and bars. To get inside, there is an entrance ark beside SERYNA Restaurant. Once inside the compound, you get to feel the Japanese ambiance – zen garden, lanterns, hiragana and katakana signboards, small wooden tables, sushi bars,etc.

Day 236/365: Little Tokyo Place in Makati

List of Shops:

Choto Stop
Little Tokyo, 2227 Pasong Tamo, Makati City. Tel. No. 795-5560
Go for: Soba (starts at P150) and ramen (starts at P150)
Open from 10:30 a.m to 10 p.m. daily

The Choto Stop is a Japanese grocery with a snack bar. There only four tables at the snack bar area. The limited menu lists bento meals, cold or hot soba and ramen choices. There’s no service tea (nor Japanese beer or sake on the menu) but you do get huge servings of tasty soba with fresh vegetables or piping hot, hearty ramen.
To kill time, you can grab a handful of manga books that line the shelves or watch the Japanese TV shows on their TV.

Ha Na
Little Tokyo, Pasong Tamo Street, Makati City. Tel. No. 339-3855
Go for: Takoyaki (P120 for 6 pieces), fried Japanese octopus dumplings; kakigori (P70/ add P10 for milk) Japanese shaved ice dessert
Open for lunch at 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 to 10:30 p.m. for dinner
Ha Na starts serving their famous takoyaki at 5:30 p.m. where a cook prepares the batter just right after you place your orders. Be prepared to wait around 20 minutes before a plate of tasty takoyaki gets to your table. Served with Okonomi sauce, Japanese mayonnaise, and Tenkatsu (dried fish) on top, the dumplings are served hot and fresh off the grill. The soft batter does not have an overwhelming salty taste and chewy octopus chunks lends texture to the dumpling.
Ha Na has limited seats inside but you can dine alfresco as well.

Izakaya Kikufuji
Little Tokyo, 2277 Pasong Tamo, Makati City. Tel. No. 893-7319
Go for: Sukiyaki (P1,500) good for around 6 people; sashimi (starts at P360); nama or draft beer (P62/ mug)
Open for lunch at 10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. for dinner
A one-chef restaurant, Izakaya Kikufuji is one of the bigger restaurants, with locals and Japanese expats feasting on their sukiyaki, fresh sashimi and sushi. The resto also offers hefty lunch sets with miso soup, vegetables, fresh green salad, tea and dessert or coffee.
Most Japanese restos are also known for their artful yet small servings, but Kikufuji’s sushi sets offer rich, velvety mounds of fish sitting on top of soft rice.

Kagura
Unit 2 Little Tokyo, Pasong Tamo, Makati City. Tel. No. 894-3856
Go for: Okonomiyaki or Japanese pancakes (starts at P395)
Open for lunch at 11:30 to 2:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. to10:30 p.m. for dinner (closed on Mondays)
One of the smaller restaurants in Little Tokyo, Kagura serves two kinds of Okonomiyaki: one made with cabbage, flour and egg, and another made with yakisoba noodles, both of which are drizzled with Japanese mayonnaise. You can also add ingredients depending on the mood you’re in for a few more pesos: squid rings, bacon strips, or nori (seaweed) among others. The overall taste always depends on what you decide to put in, but you’re sure to have equal amounts of soft dough-like texture mixed with a bit of sweetness from the okonomiyaki sauce blending with the rich taste of the mayonnaise. Kagura has a diner-style counter where you can watch your Okonomiyaki being cooked while you wait.

Seryna
Little Tokyo, 2277 Pasong Tamo, Makati City. Tel. No. 894-3855
Go for: Bento meals (P350-P540), fresh sushi, and sashimi at the bar
Open at 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. for lunch and 6:00 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Monday-Friday for dinner (dinner on Sundays start at 5:30 p.m.)
Eating at the bar is not necessarily a bad thing at Seryna. Japanese chefs are known to be masters at counter dining. You can plant yourself at the bar, and watch the chefs work their magic on the freshest sushi and sashimi (starts at P215) in town.
Seryna also serves bento meals for lunch (all for P350, except the mixed lunch set or the Makunouchi Bento at P540) which comes with salad, miso soup, and fruits in season. The Kaisen gozen is a box filled with mixed sashimi tempura, grilled tuna and sushi rice while Sashimi gozen has fresh, soft and delectable sashimi.
Reservations are ideal as the four-year-old restaurant packs in the crowds for both lunch and dinner.

Shinjuku Ramen House
Little Tokyo, 2277 Pasong Tamo, Makati City. Tel. No. 819-1242
Go for: Ramen (starts at P320)
Open from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily
From ramen to fried noodles, Shinjuku Ramen House’s list of specialty noodles will surely bowl you over. A big bowl of their ramen can easily be shared by two to three people. You can add shrimp, pork, young corn, mushrooms, and sliced bell peppers, but each bowl is consistently hearty with its myriad of flavors.

Urameshiya
Little Tokyo, 2277 Pasong Tamo, Makati City. Tel. No. 813-2210
Go for: Yakiniku (grilled beef sets starts at P1,500, good for 2 to 3 people)
Open from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. daily
The grilled beef sets at Urameshiya are pricey. But they’re definitely worth it. Grilling is done at the table where you can take the plates of bite-sized beef perfectly seasoned with salt, pepper and garlic and grill them on your own. The grilled sets also come with a soup, salad and kimchi.
With low tables and tatami mats, Urameshiya’s interiors are cozy and quaint. It’s also best to ask the servers about the stars on their menu.

Other restaurants in Little Tokyo:
Hoka Hoka Ramen and Bento/ Yamazaki Japanese Grocery
2277 Fernando St. cor. Pasong Tamo, Makati City. Tel. No. 893-2163
Open from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Nodasho
Unit 14 Little Tokyo 2277 Pasong Tamo, Makati City. Tel. No. 840-2741
Open for dinner only at 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Oishinbou (formerly Miyakodori Japanese Restaurant)
Unit 6 Little Tokyo, 2227 Pasong Tamo, Makati City. Tel. No. 894-3744
Open for lunch at 11:00 a..m. to 2 p.m.; 5:00 a.m. to 1 a.m. for dinner

Sekitori Japanese Hotpot
Little Tokyo 2277 Pasong Tamo, Makati City. Tel. No. 894-3876
Open for dinner only at 5:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.

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Day 236/365: A New Life with PSI

Day 236/365: A New Life with PSI

August 25, 2011

This is the day that makes my life see its purpose and new beginnings. Thanks to PSI!

About PSI:

Man is the center of a circle without a circumference, except the one he creates for himself. –Mahatma Gandhi

In the PSI Leadership Success Seminar, we look at the circumference or limitations we’ve built around ourselves that is keeping us from the success we want in life. PSI Leadership Success Seminar is all about YOU and YOUR SUCCESS.

The seminar is based on the fundamental principle that each individual possesses unlimited untapped potential — and that discovering this allows a person to achieve greater results and abundance in life. In the seminar we examine self-limiting beliefs that act as barriers between us and our goals and which hinder us from achieving what we most want in life. The PSI Leadership Success Seminar provides the opportunity for us to be aware of these beliefs as well as experience new ways of overcoming them.

This four-day seminar is highly experiential and insightful. People who attend the seminar attest to an enlightening fresh perspective towards life and a greater belief that personal and professional success can be had — beginning NOW.

History:

PSI is a company with a dream…a dream of a more cooperative and harmonious world where people are empowered to realize a life of liberty, purpose and passion.

In 1973, PSI was created to spread the personal success principles that had brought the founders Thomas Willhite, and Jane Willhite so much liberty in their lives.

In 1983, Thomas Willhite died in a plane crash when his bi-plane went down at the company headquarters. Since that time his wife, Jane C. Willhite, has run the company as CEO and is responsible for its current growth and success. Immensely effective since the 1970s, PSI continues more than three decades later to chart a course of expansion for this unique educational company.

Programs are held in many locations in the U.S., Canada, Japan, Philippines and Indonesia with 12 PSI offices in major cities throughout North America and many more to come.

What is The PSI Basic Course Topics?

– It is a lesson about life and provides a formula for achieving peace of mind.
– It simplifies complex ideas into basic guiding principles through experiential learning environment.
– It is based on universal Christian values and the Laws of Attraction and Fairness.

A Short but Abundant Learnings in Store for Everyone:

CREATE ABUNDANCE – WEALTH AND MUCH, MUCH MORE
Financial success is available to each of us. Knowing how to obtain it is often a mystery. At the PSI Basic you’ll uncover this mystery by discovering your power to attract all the wealth you desire. You’ll gain simple and easy tools for developing thought processes that help you achieve your goals.

BUILD BETTER RELATIONSHIPS
In this course personal relationships are a central focus. You challenge yourself to honestly and responsibly analyze the strengths and weaknesses of your relationships, allowing you to determine how you can improve them. You’ll learn the tools to create and nurture the best relationship possible with your spouse, children, loved ones – and your professional relationships too.

CREATE MORE BALANCE IN YOUR LIFE
Balance is vital to a healthy successful life. You’ll make a clear assessment of where you are now and take a fresh look at where you want to be. Using the Basic techniques, you’ll be given the tools to maximize your effectiveness and create a more balanced, satisfying life, in four key areas: physical, mental, spiritual and emotional.

GAIN CONFIDENCE AND INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY
The core of the PSI Basic is to empower you to find inner strength in yourself and others. Imagine having the ability to summon the greatness in people. By understanding the underlying causes of how people become effective and efficient, you are able to apply that knowledge directly into your life.

DISCOVER MORE CREATIVITY, DIRECTION AND FOCUS
For many people, a lack of creativity can be directly traced to self-imposed limiting beliefs. Self doubt is the direct enemy of the creative process. At the PSI Basic, learn techniques designed to access your individual creativity and squash defeating internal dialogue.

IMPROVE YOUR MEMORY THROUGH VISUALIZATION
Good memory is essential for both professional and personal success. You’ll learn powerful techniques for remembering names, dates, facts and figures, and much more.

IMPROVE YOUR COMMUNICATION
Through many different exercises, you will learn the patterns of successful human inter-relations and communication. The course specifically examines the use of subconscious non-verbal communication and the varied techniques that can be used when communicating with different personalities.

IMPROVE YOUR RESULTS
With a clear understanding of human behavior and the reasons why you do what you do, you will be in a unique position to improve your own results in any area of your life – whether it’s at home, in your career, your health, or your finances.

REALIZE YOUR DREAMS
Over 500,000 people have experienced the power of the PSI Basic and have credited this life-changing course for providing them with the tools to discover their potential and realize their dreams.

Thanks to my wife Jeren for sponsoring me and to the Faci’s Kokoy Reonisto and Greg Forbes for waking me up from my “Programs” and see my real true value in Life!

Day 235/365: A New Life with PSI

Day 235/365: Reflections and Letting Go

Day 235/365: Reflections and Letting Go

August 24, 2011

Years had passed by too fast and I feel great that my spiritual forces is slowly coming back to give back my worth and peace. This is the night of letting go and moving on to the next chapter of my life. Hooray to Freedom from Evil Forces!

And this is my prayer…

Prayer of St Francis de Asisi

Lord, make me an instrument of your peace.
Where there is hatred, let me sow love.
Where there is injury, pardon.
Where there is doubt, faith.
Where there is despair, hope.
Where there is darkness, light.
Where there is sadness, joy.
O Divine Master,
grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled, as to console;
to be understood, as to understand;
to be loved, as to love.
For it is in giving that we receive.
It is in pardoning that we are pardoned,
and it is in dying that we are born to Eternal Life.
Amen.

Day 234/365: Reflections and Letting Go

Day 234/365: Miraculous Fr Pio Chapel in Libis QC

Day 234/365: Miraculous Fr Pio Chapel in Libis QC

August 23, 2011

I have asked for an answer to my prayers, and I found it. There are so many churches in the Philippines I already visited but this chapel truly makes so much difference in my life. The ambiance, the wall dedications, it’s overflowing energy from the people who built this and willingly shared it to the public is a true blessing. I am a witness of my life miracle after my novena with Fr Pio in Libis QC. And to this date, the place becomes a humble home for my spiritual renewal and surrender. I found the true meaning of peace and abundance! Thanks to Fr Pio!

Who is Fr Pio?

Francesco Forgione – or more widely known as St. Pio to the world – was born on May 25, 1887 in the province of Benevento in Pietrelcina, a farming town in the Southern Italian region of Campania, as the fourth of seven children to Grazio Mario Forgione (1860-1946) and Maria Guiseppa De Nunzio (1859-1929). He was baptized the day after he was born in the Sant’ Anna Church in Pietrelcina by Father Nicolantonio Orlando, and was named Francesco because of his mother’s devotion to St. Francis of Assisi. He was privately tutored until his entry into the Capuchin Friars Minor at the age of 15. With feeble health but a strong will to serve God, he completed the required studies and was ordained a priest in 1910.

On September 20, 1918, the five wounds of our Lord’s Passion appeared on his body, making him the first stigmatized priest in the history of the Church. Crowds began to pour into the Capuchin monastery to hear Mass from St. Pio and for him to hear their confession. The Supreme Congregation of the Holy Office imposed restrictions on St. Pio and ordered his removal from the monastery of San Giovanni Rotondo. However, the order was suspended when it provoked great reaction among the citizens of the town, who rose up to prevent St. Pio from being taken from them. St. Pio, on the other hand, continued his life of prayer and intense fulfillment of his apostolic ministry, through confession and perfect obedience to his superiors and the ecclesiastical hierarchy. Worn out by over half a century of intense suffering and constant apostolic activity, his health grew worse.

On September 23, 1968 shortly after making the sacrament of confession, renewing of religious vows and receiving the sacrament of extreme unction to Padre Pellegrino, St. Pio died in holiness with the names of “Jesus, Mary” on his lips.

The Diocesan process for St. Pio’s canonization began on March 20, 1983 and was closed on January 21, 1990. Padre Pio was beatified by Pope John Paul II on May 2, 1999, after the miraculous healing of Mrs. Consiglia De Martino of Salerno, Italy, the needed miracle for the beatification, was approved by the Congregation for the Cause of Saints. On December 18, 2000, the miraculous healing of 7-year old Matteo Collela of San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy, the needed miracle for canonization, was approved by the Congregation for the Cause of Saints.

Blessed Padre Pio was declared a saint by Pope John Paul II on June 16, 2002.

Prayer to St Pio:

Most blessed and beloved Saint Pio, you were chosen to glorify the crucified Jesus Christ through the visible wounds of the Cross that you bore for 50 years. And like our Lord Jesus, you demonstrated your great love by sharing the many gifts bestowed upon you – especially the gift of intercession.

Because of your great friendship with the Lord, He responds to your requests and blesses those who you bless. I now add my prayer to the many prayers offered to you every day by those who seek your help to obtain healings and consolations, earthly and spiritual blessings, and peace for body, mind and soul.

In your loving kindness, please bless my loved ones and me, and intercede for these special requests… (Mention your intentions)

In your great love, Saint Pio, please continue to pray with us and for us. Amen.

About the St Pio Chapel in Libis, QC Philippines:

The St. Pio Chapel started off as a small room in one of the office buildings that housed a golf pro shop. With the continuous promotion of devotion to St. Pio, more and more people visited the make-shift chapel, and we had to move it to a larger place. From having a chapel in a small office space with an office desk for an altar, the chapel is now large enough to fit around 500 church-goers at one time.

The chapel’s façade was inspired by the structure of the Church of Our Lady of Grace in San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy. Its design represents the desire to bring St. Pio closer to the hearts, minds and souls of his spiritual children, by providing them with a roof that bears a resemblance to the church wherein St. Pio once celebrated mass, heard confessions and blessed the people.

An Italian Capuchin priest once visited the chapel and exclaimed, “Huh? I’m back in San Giovanni Rotondo!” the moment he saw the St. Pio Chapel. This is the kind of remark we are expecting from one who visits the chapel for the first time — that he would feel as if he were in Our Lady of Grace, the church where St. Pio stayed at in Italy.

During the construction, there have been numerous renovations before we were able to create the appearance of the original church, because the only basis we had were pictures taken from magazines or given by pilgrims. Creating the perfect ambiance was a priority because we were ever mindful of St. Pio’s reminder to “not embarrass him in any way.” Being a devotee of St. Pio comes with the responsibility to never put him in a bad light — and this became one of our inspirations while building the St. Pio Chapel.

The chapel is constantly undergoing improvements and the interior of the chapel as you currently see it is a dynamic picture of what is best at the moment or at present. In fact, a few devotees who regularly visit the chapel often comment that the chapel is never the same whenever they return. The changes don’t apply only to the interior structure, but even to the little details such as the altar vessels and linens, the candle stands, the arrangement of the pictures on the walls, and even the priests’ vestment — just to name a few. The renovations in the St. Pio chapel will never end for as long as there are still ways to make it more beautiful than it already is.

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The Chapel Rooms:

The Calandra Room is named after the late Mrs. Vera Calandra who helped establish The Centre and its prayer group. The room is the small area enclosed with sliding glass doors, located at the end of the left annex of the chapel (facing the altar). This room was constructed especially for families with small children and babies, and is made to be almost soundproof to avoid distraction of the church-goers who seek silence and solemnity in the chapel. The built-in speakers in the Calandra room allows adults seated in the area to still hear the homily of the priest, and the sliding glass doors permit them to receive Holy Communion in the main chapel.

The Bishop Jesus Sison Memorial Hall can be accessed by taking the stairs located within the Calandra Room. This room serves as the audio-visual area wherein presentation and videos regarding St. Pio are regularly shown. This hall is named after the man who introduced the Capuchins to the Philippine Centre and donated the first relic glove of St. Pio.

The Rev. Fr. Alessio Parente Patio is the outdoor area behind the chapel, which houses the statue of St. Pio, as well as the candle-lighting stands wherein you can offer your prayers to St. Pio. The life-size Statue of St. Pio was replicated from a photo taken soon after he received the visible stigmata, and the wounds on both hands are emphasized in its intricate design. Also erected here is the statue of the crucified scourged Jesus Christ.

The gift shop provides devotees a variety of St. Pio items such as novenas, rosaries, medallions, statues, reading materials, and other religious items sold at reasonable prices. The novenas available are translated into Filipino and the different local dialects, as well as Mandarin and Spanish.

The Garden Angel Aviary is a small outdoor area located right outside the right annex of the main chapel (right side if facing the altar), and houses a collection of Guardian Angel figurines and live birds.

Day 235/365: Miraculous Fr Pio Chapel in Libis

Schedule of Masses:

St. Pio of Pietrelcina Chapel
(of the Philippine Centre for St. Pio of Pietrelcina, Inc.)
RER Compound, 188 E. Rodriguez, Jr. Avenue (C-5), Bagumbayan,
Quezon City, Metro Manila 1110 Philippines

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
5:00 pmRosary and St. Pio Novena
5:30 pmHoly Mass followed by the veneration of the St. Pio relic

Wednesday
4:45 pmRosary and Novenas to Our Lady of Perpetual Help and St. Pio.
5:30 pmHoly Mass followed by the veneration of the St. Pio relic

Saturday
(Anticipated Sunday Mass)
5:00 pmRosary and St. Pio Novena
5:30 pmHoly Mass followed by the veneration of the St. Pio relic

Sunday
10:00 amHoly Mass
12:15 pmHoly Mass followed by the veneration of the St. Pio relic
5:00 pm HolyMass
7:00 pmMass followed by the veneration of the St. Pio relic

Every 23rd of the month
5:00pmRosary and St. Pio Novena
5:30 pmSpecial Mass for the St. Pio prayer group of San Roque Parish of Bagumbayan QC,
veneration of the St. Pio Relic Habit and prayer meeting

* The St. Pio Chapel is open daily from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm

Telephone Numbers
+63.2.6343668
+63.2.6343669 (telefax)

Day 233/365: Pipino by Pino Restaurant

Day 233/365: Pipino by Pino Restaurant

August 22, 2011

Looking for a Vegetarian Restaurant in Quezon City? Check this place named Pipino Restaurant by Pino.

Address:

Pipino Vegetarian Food by Pino
39 Malingap Street, Teachers Village
Quezon City
Tel. No. 441-1773
Open from 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

The place is very nice and cozy. I like the colored chalk and the kindergarten look of the dining area plus the paper and colored pencil bulletin boards explaining the vegetarian advocacies. The food is surely a Chef masterpiece, kudos to their chefs who blends the veggies with the right flavorings for some of the dishes. I like the kare-kare with vegetarian bagoong (red mongo), its the color, salty taste and I need a lot of mind convincing that it is a bagoong :). Anyway, check out the pics below for a menu tour. The price is reasonable being its “Chef Prepared”

Will I go back? I am for Organic Veggies of course 🙂 with a natural flavorings. And just browsing other interesting dine in places.

Pipino

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Day 232/365: National Geographic Channel Street Smart features Sugarleaf Foods that Nourish

Day 232/365: National Geographic Channel Street Smart features Sugarleaf Foods that Nourish

August 21, 2011

Another media mileage for Sugarleaf! National Geographic Channel (NGC) Street Smart Channel features Sugarleaf, Foods that nourish under the episode of Chibog Chismis.

About NGC Street Smart:

Hosted by Mitzi Borromeo, Street Smart is the first Philippine-produced National Geographic series — a science and culture mini-documentary-series comprised of three one-hour episodes. Each mini-series explores the “secret life” behind common phenomena — such as love, technology, health, beauty, and food. Street Smart uncovers the answers to curious questions through “street” experts — people who are immersed in the particular question everyday either by experience or by profession.

For its first series, Street Smart will explore the secret life of food in 3 episodes: Sinisintang Chibog, Chibog Scene Investigation and Chibog Chismis.

Congratulations NGC Street Smart! and Sugarleaf 🙂

Day 232/365: NGC Street Smart features Sugarleaf (Chibog Chismis)

Day 231/365: Sweety Pies, Healthy Desserts by Sugarleaf

Day 231/365: Sweety Pies, Healthy Desserts by Sugarleaf

August 20, 2011

Looking for a Healthy Baked Desserts? Sweety Pies by Sugarleaf is your ultimate dream desserts!

Sweety Pies…baked healthier is the brainchild of Gina Yambot who is an advocate of healthier dining options. Most of Sugarleaf cakes and pastries use coconut sugar, a natural sweetener that is low-glycemic and can be enjoyed by diabetics (still in moderate amounts). Refined white sugar is completely avoided in the entire restaurant. Wheat flour is used to provide additional fibre. Best sellers include organic carrot cake, sans rival, nut pies (macadamia, pecan and almond) and kefir cheesecake – creamy but low-fat and just very slightly tart as cream cheese is substituted with kefir curds sweetened with raw wild honey topped with organic blueberry.

Order now!

Day 231/365: Sweety Pies Baked Healthier by Sugarleaf

Location:

Greenhils, San Juan branch
G/F Health Cube Building, 226 Wilson Street, West Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines 1502 (between BDO and Kink Cakes)
open 8am to 10pm Mondays to Saturdays and 8am to 2pm on Sundays

Urdaneta Village, Makati branch
G&2/F MEDICard Lifestyle Center, Paseo de Roxas corner Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Urdaneta Village, Makati City

Telephone Number:

(63 2) 385 0387 Greenhills
(63 2) 812 7323 Makati
(63 917) 8374 257 – Gina
(63 917) 8039 055 – Angelo