Who Is God? The Yoga View
In the Yoga Sutras the word for God is Ishwara–the Lord, Ruler, Master, or Controller possessing the powers of omnipotence, omnipresence, and omniscience. Ishwara is the Supreme Power, Parameshwara. It is toward this Ishwara that our life is to be directed if we would attain … Continue reading
Reading the Akasha: Can We Know What is Right?
Q: If Levi could read the Akasha and made a wrong statement, how can we be sure that his other statements are correct? A: We can’t. We have to be like a wise ant and take the sugar and leave the sand. And that means we have to trust ourselves. Can we be sure of that?
How to Keep Up Japa Throughout the Day
The japa of Soham in time with the breath is itself a factor in your eventually unbroken remembrance. Just breathing will in time cause Soham to come to mind.
Buddha and Practical Spiritual Life
The purpose of life is to attain enlightenment, but people would much rather like to discuss or argue about abstract metaphysics which leaves their egos intact and even may increase their size! Buddha refused to engage in any teaching or discussion on subjects that did not relate to practical spiritual life.
Dreams: What Are They and How Should We Relate to Them?
Dreams are the subconscious mind talking to itself and usually reflect moments of the previous day that for some reason caught its attention. Authentic meditation affects the entire life of the yogi including his dreams.
A Question About Liberation from Creation Cycles
Beyond samsara is the Transcendent realm which is sometimes called Siddhaloka, the Siddha World. This is eternal. Those who attain ultimate moksha (for there is such a thing as liberation from rebirth in lower worlds but not from the higher worlds beneath Siddhaloka) dwell in that world.
The Dark Night of the Soul: What It Means and How to Deal With It
The dark night of the soul is a very simple thing. It is a stage in the evolution of a highly evolved human being when he is at a pivotal point in his development. All that has gone before, although it was of value in earlier times, is to be recognized as limited and something to be laid aside in order to enter into a higher segment of the aspirant’s life.
Perspectives on Nicolas Notovitch’s “The Unknown Life of Christ”
What we have in “The Unknown Life of Christ” by Nicolas Notovitch is what a Tibetan monk–whose proficiency in French is unknown–told him they said.
Albert Einstein’s Little Known Theory of Universal Force
“There is an extremely powerful force that, so far, science has not found a formal explanation to. It is a force that includes and governs all others, and is even behind any phenomenon operating in the universe and has not yet been identified by us. This universal force is LOVE.”