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  • The lower worlds, dimensions, and regions is filled with 'duality attachment' tools designed to keep us distracted from reaching our True home. The lower worlds is governed by the Lords of Karma and there are many tools to keep us trapped in the lower worlds of illusion and delusion, within the holographic universe, apart from the Supreme 'Beingness', in the higher worlds.

    Ultimately, we all merge together into the Supreme source of All when we merge back into the primordial cosmic God Ocean in the worlds above Anami Lok. That is our True home as Soul. We all look for love, a sense of belonging, the connection that we felt before as soul oneness with God. God, the supreme source is Love, God is All. We miss that deep love connection when we were One with God until we became “individualized Soul”. We are all on a wondrous journey of lessons and adventures as we find our way back home, breaking through the chains of Karma. We are given the free will to do as we desire, until all attachments dissolve and then we are truly free.

    What is better? Look for your “Twin flame entity” which is an attachment tool in the lower worlds, within the holographic universe of illusion and duality, or 'God', the one who created us all? We are all souls from One Source, the supreme power that flows from the God ocean of Love cascading into all the worlds below. Make the best use of this lifetime in Self Awareness and God Consciousness.

    Focus on Love, the most powerful force of all, and dissolving all attachments to the worlds of Maya and Illusion. Many enlightened Yogis spend an entire lifetime to dissolve all karma and inner attachments, and to focus solely on God, upon their last breath in this world. Whatever you are attached to at the time of transition (bodily death), you will be where you need to go.
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    - https://isha.sadhguru.org/g

    The question is not about what you like. The question is about does everything around you like you, have you made yourself in such a way that nobody can help liking you? You like something, you dislike something, it doesn’t mean anything, because both what you like and what you dislike are two different kinds of bondages. Both what you like and what you dislike distorts (distort?) your perception. If you like somebody, you’ll exaggerate them in your mind. If you dislike somebody, for sure you’ll exaggerate them in your mind. Exaggeration means you’re unable to see things as they are. If you’re unable to see things as they are, you can never handle life the way it should be. So liking and disliking exaggerates either in positive ways or in negative ways, but it exaggerates or it distorts life. So what you like is not important. Have you made yourself in such a way, not just people, just everything likes you, every creature around you likes your presence, even the flowers, the plants and the trees like you?
    ‘How can the plants and the trees like me?’ They’re very sensitive to who you are. They’re extremely sensitive to who you are. They respond accordingly. If you make yourself in such a way that the very earth that you walk upon likes you, then you will see everything in your life will become a blessing. If everything around you dislikes you, you will see everything that could be a well-being could become a curse. Right now there is no curse sitting upon human life. It is things that people want, it’s things that people aspire for, things that they work for, strive to have in their life, which turns (turn?) into curses in their life - their work, their property, their relationships, their own body, their own mind which is the cancer of their life. Misery is not raining. Never it’s raining misery. It’s just that things that you like have become source of misery.

    If you strive to make yourself in such a way you cannot be helped… nobody can help liking you, life will blossom better, everything will yield their best to you, not their worst. But if you go by what you like, not always life will yield its best; you may have everything and still have nothing.

    So spiritual process is not about pursuing what you like, it’s about striving to make yourself in such a way even the birds like you, the squirrels like youit’s about making yourself in such a way that every atom in this Existence likes you, wants to yield to you. If Existence does not yield to you, you do what you want, nothing will work in real sense. You may do something, you may become something, you may earn a living, you may make a living, but nothing will happen. You will just go through a cycle without nothing tremendous touching your life.

    For those of you who’re living in the ashram, I want you to learn to stand, walk, sit, breathe, in such a way that even the stones around you like you. ‘How do I know whether they like me or not?’ You will know for sure. If you are sensitive about being like that, you will also know you will also be sensitive enough to know that. You… If you are never sensitive about these aspects, you will not have the sensitivity to know, otherwise distinctly you will know.

    Do not become in such a way everything has to be shouted into your ears. You must become in such a way if you look at somebody before they speak, you know. For this, you need a certain sense of receptivity. Receptivity will not happen to you if you’re too full of yourself. The less you are the more you receive, the more you are less you receive. If you’re too full of yourself, nothing bigger than your nonsense will happen to you. If there’s no such thing as ‘myself’, you simply sit here, the whole existence will dance within you, you will become an instrument of the Creator, otherwise you will be a bundle of thoughts, emotions, prejudices and rubbish.

    This is the choice every human being has - either to exist here as a limb of the Creator, as a Ishanga we’re calling them these days (Laughs), or to exist here as a bundle of thoughts, emotions and nonsense that you have gathered. This choice is available to us every moment of our life continuously choosing, continuously choosing to be like that. If this striving is there it will deliver you to a different place of gracefulness, where every stone, every pebble, every rock, every tree, every atom in the existence speaks to you in a language that you can know, otherwise you are alone in this vast existence feeling constantly insecure, unstable, psychologically challenged. This is the choice. It is not a gift, it is a choice. One makes the right choice, right things will happen; one makes the wrong choice, wrong things will happen. It’s a very fair and just existence, I want you to know. It doesn’t spare anybody. It doesn’t spare anybody. It’s not like a social structure that some people can get away with wrong things. In this existence it doesn’t spare anybody. It doesn’t matter who you are, if you jump off the roof, the earth will break your leg. Yes? Raja Ranka Fakir (Laughs) (Referring to Kabir’s song, indicating all kinds of people) everybody - nobody is spared. (It?) doesn’t matter who you are, no exemptions, and nobody is barred. anybody who is willing, for everybody the possibility is open. For everybody the stick is also there. You make the right choices everything is open; make the wrong choices everything will knead you in a different way.

    So if pain comes, suffering comes, misery happens it’s not time to look around. This is always the problem. If you’re miserable, you think somebody else need (needs?) to be fixed. No, no, no, no. If you’re miserable, this (Referring to oneself) needs to be fixed, not somebody else. ‘No I’m miserable, fix the situation for me’. No, no, no, if you’re miserable, who should be fixed? If you are sick, who should be given the medicine? Shall we give it to somebody else when you’re sick? If you’re hungry, shall we give the food to somebody else? No, it only works if you give it to this (Referring to oneself), isn’t it? If food is like that, medicine is like that, is that not true with every other aspect? That if you’re miserable, something else or somebody else need not be fixed, only this one (Referring to oneself) needs to be fixed. Just to understand this simple fact, people take lifetimes. (Laughs) They think something else has to be fixed.

    On a certain day, Shankaran Pillai went drinking with his friends. Yogis and drunkards both are timeless, you know. They don’t know the passage of time. He went drinking. He intended to go back home at 8’o clock, but drink after drink and time… he became unconscious of time. When he looked at the watch (Gestures) (Laughter), it was 02:30 AM. So he thought it’s really late, and he wants to get back home quickly so he took a short cut. And he was walking through his shortcut on his unsteady legs and he fell into a thorny bush. The whole face was scratched up. So in this condition he went home and tried to find the keyhole. That took another half-an-hour. (Laughter) Opened, went inside, went into the bathroom and looked at himself in the mirror, he was bleeding all over the face. So he opened the medicine chest fixed himself whichever way he could and quietly crawled into the bed and slept. Morning 8’o clock, his wife took a bucket of cold water and threw it in his face; he got up. Said, ‘You idiot, once again drinking?’ He said, ‘No honey, I haven’t touched a drop. Six months ago when I promised, since then I haven’t touched a drop.’ She held him by the shirt, dragged him into the bathroom and showed him, the band-aid was all over the mirror. (Laughter/Applause)

    It doesn’t work like that. Only somebody who is completely unconscious will do such things. If it’s hurting here you’ll fix it there (Gestures), because you’re completely unconscious or inebriated. So whenever you’re miserable you want to fix that one and that one and that one; no, no, no; this one (Referring to oneself) needs to be fixed. If you put band-aid on the mirror it doesn’t heal your wounds. You have to attend to the wound. And both your miseries and joys are caused from inside. So it needs to be attended here, not somewhere else. The sooner you learn this, the more graceful and wonderful your life will become.
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  • #Meditation #Yogic #Wisdom #spiritual #documentary #youtube
    The Secrets of Breath
    The Secrets of Breath: Know the Matrix   Check out this original Spiritual Documentary I created for educational purposes. Also if you enjoy the video, like and subscribe to the Astral King YouTube for future content. I have more projects upcoming and look foreward to sharing more original creations.    
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  • ~ Tonight 8pm Central Time - My Sojourn To the Earth's Heart ~
    To view this presentation: https://www.youtube.com/c/CenterofLightRadio/live
    From For the Love of God: A Spiritual Journey
    I've been flying for about forty-five minutes now, and the Captain just came on the P.A. system telling us that we were about to start our descent into Detroit.
    With the plane landed and docked, I'm getting my bag out of the overhead storage and waiting to exit the craft. Then, I’ll go the next gate to wait, wait and wait for the long haul overseas.
    I just boarded the plane to Amsterdam. This flight is going to be about seven hours or so which will give me some time to catch up on much needed rest. I haven't been sleeping, you know. I've been thinking about this trip for three months and it's been a little tough to get a full eight hours due to all of the excitement.
    As I make my way over the Atlantic Ocean to Holland, I thought I’d ask for something to eat and drink.
    "May I help you, Sir?"
    "Yes. Do you have some vegetables or anything without meat?” I ask the flight attendant.
    "Yes, we have fish and a vegetable medley that was leftover from the dinner service."
    "That'll do just fine."
    I dive into the so-so tasting meal, grateful to have it. Upon finishing the last bite, I let out a big yawn thinking about that much needed rest. I slouch down in my seat trying to get as comfortable as I can, let out another all-consuming yawn and drift off fast asleep.
    "Good morning, passengers. Welcome to a brand new day. We are starting our descent into Amsterdam." announced the captain.
    I open my eyes, sit up and look down the aisle of a dimly lit plane to see the flight attendant coming my way.
    "Am I seeing correctly?" wiping my eyes, hoping to clear any foggy vision from sleeping. I look again, only to see what looks like Sai Baba superimposed over the lady who tended to me . . . and “They” are coming my way! My heart is racing faster than a thoroughbred coming out of the gate at the Kentucky Derby.
    "This can't be happening!"
    "You must begin to let go and transcend all of your doubt, Keith." is what I hear from within while the image of Baba continues toward me.
    "Why is it so hard for you to believe that I am on this plane watching over you, making sure you feel safe and comfortable? You seem to have had no trouble getting to the point of believing that I invited you to come to India to see Me and here you sit. So, now, take your faith a step further and trust that, I am here warming you up for what you are about to experience when you get to My ashram." is what I hear as the apparition sits in the empty seat next to me and disappears.
    - Sri YahNahVah

    #india
    #saibaba
    #avatars
    #spirituality
    #yogi
    #paramahansayogananda
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  • I'll never forget you Sri Sri Sri Shivabalayogi Maharaj. You've made a profound impact on my life. I'm so grateful we've met several times in Portland, Oregon, and very fortunate to be initiated by you onto the higher path towards God. http://www.shivabalamahayogi.com/
    SRI SRI SRI SHIVABALAYOGI MAHARAJ
    Sri Sri Sri Shivabalayogi Maharaj
    WWW.SHIVABALAMAHAYOGI.COM
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  • I have been working on this book for some time and now finally it is finished. Something for you if you like amazing yogis or sungazing.

    “The author is a man in full, very intelligent, courageous, compassionate and judgment-free. His spiritual experiences are many, inspiring, humbling, and deep.

    Perhaps the most interesting part is the account of his travel adventures, featuring great yogis, saints and a veritable rogues gallery of brigands, black magicians, homicidal villagers, serial murderers, a shy tiger and rampaging bears. India is a very scary place, requiring constant vigilance of any would-be pilgrim.”

    A software engineer from Silicon Valley
    http://sunyoga.info/autobiography-of-sunyogi/
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  • Researchers are NOT Yogi's or MYSTICS! thank you.
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  • I FOLLOWED A BIGFOOT ON A MOONLIT NIGHT! AND MORE CHILLING ENCOUNTERS IN NEW MEXICO!

    VIEWER'S STORY
    "We stopped, it stopped. Watched. Waited. We started moving again, it started moving too! So we came to a complete stop, shut off the engine. Watched. This time it was moving on it’s own. It approached some cattle that were grazing..."
    https://youtu.be/ErBHP13yogI
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  • Spiritual Interfaith Panel of the first Memphis Peace Conference.
    - Inauguration and Keynote:
    Bhagwan Sri Sri Sri Viswayogi Viswamji Maharaj
    Panel Leader:
    - Keith Anthony Blanchard (Spiritual Humanist)
    Other panelists:
    - Candia Ludy, Pema Karpo Meditation Center (Buddhist)
    - Bhai Amarjit Singh - Gurdwara Sikh Center of the Mid South (Sikh)
    - Chris Dempsey - Unity Church of practical Christianity (Christian)
    - Adrian Ashir Kirk - Assistant Imaam, Midtown Mosque (Islam)
    - Judy Bearman, Director Faith Services (Jewish)
    - Pastor Ray Johnson, Spirit Church (Christian)
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  • The following is not "religious," but scientific-based and universal in its spiritual benefits:



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    Jesus was once asked when the kingdom of God would come. The kingdom of God, Jesus replied, is not something people will be able to see and point to. Then came these striking words: “Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you.” (Luke 17:21) With these words, Jesus gave voice to a teaching that is universal and timeless.

    Look into every great religious, spiritual, and wisdom tradition, and we find the same precept — that life’s ultimate truth, its ultimate treasure, lies within us.

    As Jesus made unambiguously clear, we can experience this inner treasure — and no experience could be more valuable. “But seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness,” he declared, “and all these things shall be added unto you” (Matthew 6:33). From this interior plane of life, he is saying, we will gain all that is needful.
    Aristotle

    Aristotle

    This inner treasure of life has had many names. Plato refers to it as the Good and the Beautiful, Aristotle as Being, Plotinus as the Infinite, St. Bernard of Clairvaux as the Word, Ralph Waldo Emerson as the Oversoul. In Taoism it is called the Tao, in Judaism Ein Sof. Among Australian aborigines it is called the dreamtime, among tribes of southern Africa Hunhu/Ubuntu. The names may differ, but the inner reality they point to is one and the same.

    In every case, it’s understood that this inner, transcendental reality can be directly experienced. This experience has likewise been given different names. In India traditions it is called Yoga, in Buddhism Nirvana, in Islam fana, in Christianity spiritual marriage. It is a universal teaching based on a universal reality and a universal experience.

    Over the past 20 centuries, leading Christian figures have written extensively on this inner kingdom of God and their personal experience of it. Here are just a few brief excerpts from a collection of many:

    St. Gregory of Nyssa (c. 335–394 • Turkey)

    Gregory of Nyssa, an early Christian theologian, was one of the four great fathers of the Eastern Church and served as Bishop of Nyssa, in the center of modern-day Turkey.

    [The soul] leaves all surface appearances, not only those that can be grasped by the senses but also those which the mind itself seems to see, and it keeps on going deeper until by the operation of the spirit it penetrates the invisible and incomprehensible, and it is there that it sees God. The true vision and the true knowledge of what we seek consists precisely in not seeing, in an awareness that our goal transcends all knowledge. . . . [1]


    St. Augustine (354–430 • Algeria)

    St-AugustineSt. Augustine, regarded as one of the towering intellectual geniuses in history, wrote more than a thousand works on philosophy, psychology, theology, history, political theory, and other subjects. His Confessions, from which the following passage is taken, has remained a popular and influential work for almost 1,600 years.

    I entered into the innermost part of myself. . . . I entered and I saw with my soul’s eye (such as it was) an unchangeable light shining above this eye of my soul and above my mind. . . . He who knows truth knows that light, and he who knows that light knows eternity. Love knows it. O eternal truth and true love and beloved eternity! [2]

    And I often do this. I find a delight in it, and whenever I can relax from my necessary duties I have recourse to this pleasure. {I experience] a state of feeling which is quite unlike anything to which I am used — a kind of sweet delight which, if I could only remain permanently in that state, would be something not of this world, not of this life. But my sad weight makes me fall back again; I am swallowed up by normality. [3]


    St. Gregory the Great (540–604 • Italy)

    St-Gregory-GreatBorn into an eminent Roman family and heir to a large fortune, Gregory decided to become a monk. After he became Pope at the age of 50, he devoted himself to social causes, the first pope especially known for doing so. He reformed the mass and introduced the ritual plainsong known today as the Gregorian chant. He was also a noted theologian. His book, Morals on Job, from which the following passage is taken, influenced religious thought for centuries.

    The mind of the elect . . . is frequently carried away into the sweetness of heavenly contemplation; already it sees something of the inmost realities as it were through the mist . . . it feeds on the taste of the unencompassed Light, and being carried beyond self, disdains to sink back again into self. . . .

    Sometimes the soul is admitted to some unwonted sweetness of interior relish, and is suddenly in some way refreshed when breathed on by the glowing spirit. . . .

    When this is in any way seen, the mind is absorbed in a sort of rapturous security; and carried beyond itself, as though the present life had ceased to be, it is in a way remade in a certain newness [it is refreshed in a manner by a kind of new being . . . ]. There the mind is besprinkled with the infusion of heavenly dew from an inexhaustible fountain. [4]


    Johannes Tauler (1300–1361 • France)

    Johannes Tauler was one of the most influential German spiritual writers of the 1300s. Martin Luther honored Tauler as a primary influence, and Tauler has exerted a profound influence on religious thought ever since. As one scholar remarked, “Tauler presents the Christian tradition in its purest form.” [5]

    The soul has a hidden abyss, untouched by time and space, which is far superior to anything that gives life and movement to the body. Into this noble and wondrous ground, this secret realm, there descends that bliss of which we have spoken. Here the soul has its eternal abode. Here a man becomes so still and essential, so single-minded and withdrawn, so raised up in purity, and more and more removed from all things. . . . This state of the soul cannot be compared to what it has been before, for now it is granted to share in the divine life itself. [6]


    St. Teresa of Avila (1515–1582 • Spain)

    St-teresa-avilaSt. Teresa was one of the greatest women of the Roman Catholic church. Her books are considered masterpieces. St. Teresa initiated the Carmelite Reform, which restored the original contemplative character of the Carmelite order. In 1970 she was Doctor of the Church — one of just 33 individuals, and the first woman, to be so honored by the Catholic church.

    My soul at once becomes recollected and I enter the state of quiet or that of rapture, so that I can use none of my faculties and senses. . . .

    Everything is stilled, and the soul is left in a state of great quiet and deep satisfaction. [7]

    From this recollection there sometimes springs an interior peace and quietude which is full of happiness, for the soul is in such a state that it thinks there is nothing that it lacks. Even speaking — by which I mean vocal prayer and meditation — wearies it: it would like to do nothing but love. This condition lasts for some time, and may even last for long periods. [8]


    Thomas Merton (1915–1969 • United States)

    After completing a masters degree in English at Columbia University in New York, Merton entered the Abbey of Our Lady of Gethsemani, in Kentucky, as a monk. He was later ordained as a priest. He published more than 15 books of spiritual writings, poetry, fiction, and essays, and participated in movements for social justice and peace. He took great interest in the religions of the East, particularly Zen, for the light they shed on the depth of human consciousness. From the seclusion of the monastery, he exerted a worldwide influence.

    In the following passage Merton describes the experience of “contemplation.” He uses the term not in the current sense (thinking intently about something) but in its older sense, to describe the experience of transcending thought:

    The utter simplicity and obviousness of the infused light which contemplation pours into our soul suddenly awakens us to a new level of awareness. We enter a region which we had never even suspected, and yet it is this new world which seems familiar and obvious. The old world of our senses is now the one that seems to us strange, remote and unbelievable. . . .

    A door opens in the center of our being and we seem to fall through it into immense depths which, although they are infinite, are all accessible to us; all eternity seems to have become ours in this one placid and breathless contact. . . .

    You feel as if you were at last fully born. [9]

    A technique for transcending

    Readers who practice the Transcendental Meditation technique will recognize in these passages clear descriptions of transcending — the natural phenomenon of mental activity settling down, like waves settling on an ocean. Consciousness reaches its most silent state, serene and unbounded. We experience pure consciousness. We realize that this is our true Self, beyond time and space, infinite and eternal.

    We now know, from extensive scientific research studies, that during Transcendental Meditation practice, during the experience of transcendence, brain functioning becomes integrated, physiological activity settles down, and one experiences a unique state of restful alertness, a fourth major state of consciousness Maharishi calls Transcendental Consciousness.

    Here is how Maharishi describes the technique:

    Transcendental Meditation is just the simple technique of going within, and there you are! To go within is so simple; it is so natural for every man to go to a field of greater happiness. . . .

    And how can it be simple? The question arises because constantly I am emphasizing its simplicity. All this message of the inner life and outer life is not new, the same age-old message of the Kingdom of Heaven within. “First seek ye the Kingdom of God and all else will be added unto you.” It is the same age-old, centuries old message, but the message emphasizes today that it is easy for everyone. Without exception, born as man, every man has the right, the legitimate right to enjoy all glories that belong to him, all glories of the inner world and all glories of the outside world. And here is a process every man can directly experience for himself. [10]

    Maharishi Mahesh Yogi

    References

    [1] Herbert Musurillo, From Glory to Glory (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1961), 118.

    [2] The Confessions of St. Augustine, trans. Rex Warner (New York: New American Library, Mentor Books, 1963), 149.

    [3] Warner, 247-248.

    [4] Quoted in Cuthbert Butler, Western Mysticism (New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1923), 105.

    [5] Maria Shrady, “Introduction,” Johannes Tauler: Sermons, trans. Maria Shrady (New York: Paulist Press, 1985), xvi.

    [6] Tauler: Sermons, 89–90.

    [7] The Complete Works of St. Teresa of Jesus, trans. E. Allison Peers (1946; reprint, London: Sheed and Ward, 1978), 306–307.

    [8] Teresa of Avila, Complete Works St. Teresa of Avila (London: Continuum International Publishing Group, 2002) 104. Also in St. Teresa of Avila, The Way of Perfection, trans. & ed. E. Allison Peers (Garden City, New York: Image Books, 1964, 328.

    [9] Thomas Merton, New Seeds of Contemplation (1962; reprint, New York: New Directions, 1972), 226.

    [10] Thirty Years Around the World: Dawn of the Age of Enlightenment (The Netherlands: MVU Press, 1986), 284-285.

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    The Transcendental Meditation technique is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider regarding any medical condition.
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