Excerpt: “Meditation is the act of becoming immaculate. Immaculate means there is no trace of identification with anything objective – whether material or mental. There is no trace of the stain of existence. The immaculate Self is unborn, and because the immaculate Self is unborn, it is un-traumatized, and it never goes through that spiral of development or of downfall into the dark. It is only the illusory ego that goes through such a journey. But that illusory ego is illusory and so is the journey.” Recorded on the morning of Friday, January 15, 2016.
Excerpt: “The silence is always present – always – at the core of consciousness, even if there is chaos, storms of hysteria, psychotic delusions, miseries of all kinds at the surface of the ocean of consciousness. But in the depths there is always stillness, always peace, always patience, always presence, always the absence of the illusion of ego. Because this peace is always present, there is nothing to achieve, but the remembrance and the realization and the abidance as the silence, as the purity and serenity of the presence that is the absence of ego heals all the other levels of the ocean of consciousness and brings to an end the storms of emotionality and delusion at the surface.” Recorded on the morning of Wednesday, March 18, 2015.
Excerpt: “Meditation is when no one does nothing. But to get to the point of realizing you are no one requires absolute focus on the consciousness that is seeking to discover its own essence, and discovers only Emptiness. But in that discovery, the conditions of existence are altered through the slowing down of metabolic processes and of thought processes that in turn slow down time and enable a deepening of awareness to attain the source of the very will to know the Self, and to melt back into that original eternal Self.” Recorded on the morning of Tuesday, March 15, 2016.
Apr 1st, 2016 by satyoga
Excerpt: “Arjuna is the archetype of the spiritual warrior. But the war that is fought is the war against the illusion that there is a war. The spiritual warrior knows that there is no one to fight; there is no conflict except one’s own mind. And Arjun is Ajat, unborn, and to the one who knows there is no birth, there can also be no death, and thus there can be no suffering, and there can be no gain and no loss.
The spiritual warrior is one who is in resonance with Krishna, the avatar, the embodiment of that absolute spiritual knowledge that is also power, and that appears as compassion, and wisdom, and moral strength.” Recorded on the morning of Wednesday, July 8, 2015.