Excerpt: “. . .But what the great yogis say is that in order to see God, your mind has to have been trained, purified, in three stages. The first stage is truthful mind. If the mind is not in Truth with itself, and with God, in integrity, in sincerity, earnestness, openness, transparency, maturity, willingness to let go of ones illusions and delusions then nothing more will happen; then you need a drug. But if the truthful mind is achieved, there will be an automatic flow into the next stage. . .” Recorded on the afternoon of Monday, May 6, 2013.
Excerpt: ”. . .In the same way Christianity says body consciousness is a sin – but really, yogis’ view of it is that it’s worse than a sin; it’s stupid. The idea of sin is itself sinful because it takes place within the same framework of ignorance and duality; that’s the problem. We have to get out of that whole framework because all that does is lead to more judgements, super ego attacks, and a quicksand of self-loathing that is useless for anyone on a spiritual path. So we have to get the fact that what we’re doing when we’re meditating is we are accumulating power. It’s as simple as that: do you want to be powerful or do you want to be weak?” Recorded in the afternoon of Tuesday, June 4, 2013.
Nov 5th, 2013 by satyoga
Excerpt: “This is a night for your dark side and your light to meet, to become one. That is the meaning of this great day. You know this is the High Holy Day of the Celts? Samhain (it was originally called): the last day of summer, the first day of winter—the death and life meeting together. . . . And on this High Holy Day in which the light and the dark realize that they are the mirror images of one another, you become the ultimate paradox. . . . We are to be freed to let our inner devils roam—and let the angels of our nature, who are also in the dungeons, roam with them. This is the day when the Druids would create the spell that would bring about all the healing of the world’s pain and suffering by bringing the darkness to the light, and having the light realize its own biased prejudice against the darkness was false; it’s the ultimate healing of duality in the oneness. . . . And so this is the night when you are to contemplate the dark, contemplate your deepest fears, bring them to the surface—and laugh at them!” Recorded on All Hallows Eve, October 31, 2013.
If you dare to listen to the guided meditation that followed this horrific teaching, click the link below—but don’t say we didn’t warn you…
Excerpt: ”Carl Jung, in his approach to transformation, had no interest in child development . . . he was only interested in people going through a midlife crisis. He didn’t do child therapy, he didn’t do adolescent therapy — he didn’t even feel it was appropriate to do that. What he felt was missing from Western culture was that process of the cocoon in which the caterpillar would enter to become the butterfly. And he wanted his approach to be that cocoon where the transformation could happen to the ultimate development of human capacity.” Recorded on the afternoon of Tuesday, May 7, 2013.