embrace every circumstance, own every fault, share every joy, contemplate every mystery, walk in every man’s shoes, forgive every offense (including your own), heal every heart, honor every person’s truth, adore every person’s god, protect every person’s rights, preserve every person’s dignity, promote every person’s interests, provide every person’s needs, presume every person’s holiness, present every person’s greatest gifts, produce every person’s blessing, pronounce every person’s future secure in the assured love of god, of the universe. ————————————————————-
be a living, breathing example of the highest truth that resides within you. speak benevolently of yourself, lest someone mistake your highest truth for boast. speak softly, lest someone think you are merely calling for attention. speak gently, that all might know of love. speak openly, lest someone think you have something to hide. speak candidly, so you cannot be mistaken. speak often, so that your word may truly go forth. speak respectfully, that no one be dishonored. speak lovingly, that every syllable may heal. speak of me with every utterance. make of your life a gift. remember always, you are the gift! ———————————————————————
be a gift to everyone who enters your life, and to everyone whose life you enter. the purpose of relationship is not to have another who might complete you, but to have another with whom you might share your completeness.
excerpt: conversations with god is a sequence of books written by neale donald walsch.
we encourage each who hears these words to take the self very seriously in terms of developing a daily practice that feeds the metaphysical self, whether by meditation or prayer, contemplation or rumination, the gazing at inspiring objects, or the reading of inspired words. you will find these techniques of entraining the mind to be most helpful.
there are many ways in which the person who sees the hunger and the thirst of the self that is emerging for metaphysical truth to offer that truth to the inner self. it is our opinion, however, that truth is a fluid and changing thing and very personal and subjective in its nature. for each entity there will be landmark truths that come and stay for a very long time. there will also be truths that are seen to transform and to migrate as lessons come to one and as the self develops.
then, as for the secret instruction which teaches that the three times are one:
you should relinquish all notions of the past and abandon all precedents.
you should cut off all plans and expectations with respect to the future.
and in the present, you should not grasp (at thoughts that arise) but allow (the mind) to remain in a state like the sky.
since there is nothing upon which to meditate (while in the primordial state), there is no need to meditate.
and since there does not exist any distraction here, you continue in this state of stable mindfulness without distraction.
in this state which is without meditation and without any distraction, you observe everything with a n***d (awareness)
your own awareness is inherently knowing, inherently clear, and luminously brilliant.
when it arises, it is called the bodhichitta, "the enlightened mind"
being without any activity of meditation, it transcends all objects of knowledge.
being without any distraction, it is the luminous clarity of the essence itself.
appearances, being empty in themselves, become self-liberated; clarity and emptiness (being inseparable) are the dharmakaya.
since it becomes evident that there is nothing to be realized by means of the path to buddhahood,
at this time you will actually behold vajrasattva.
(padmasambhava, lotus born, self-liberation through seeing with n***d awareness, section 17)
#note: vajrasattva is the esoteric aspect of the bodhisattva samantabhadra and is commonly associated with the student practitioner who through the master's teachings, attains an ever-enriching subtle and rarefied grounding in their esoteric practice. in tibetan buddhism vajrasattva is associated with the sambhogakāya and purification practice.
thous carriest within thee a sublime friend whom thou knowest not. for god dwells in the inner part of every man, but few know how to find him. the man who sacrifices his desires and his works to the beings from whom the principles of everything stem, and by whom the universe was formed through sacrifice, attains perfection. for one who find his happiness and joy within himself, and also his wisdom within himself, is one with god. and, mark well, the soul which has found god is freed from rebirth and death, from old age and pain, and drinks the water of immortality.
galactic mayan mind transmission
how does the meditation of the galactic mayan mind transmission differ from meditation techniques already known? what do they have in common?
essentially galactic meditation employs the same techniques as used by classic zen or dzogchen. zen literally means meditation, while dzogchen means “great perfection.” but for galactic meditation, this is only the beginning.
it is certain that the nature of the mind is empty and without any foundation whatsoever.
your own mind is insubstantial like the empty sky.
you should look at your own mind to see whether it is like that or not.
being without any view that decisively decides that it is empty,
it is certain that self-originated primal awareness has been clear and luminous from the very beginning.
like the heart of the sun, which is itself self-originated
you should look at your own mind to see whether it is like that or not.
(padmasambhava, self-liberation through seeing with n***d awareness, section 10, numbering of lines done for purpose of study and not in original text)
to better understand the basis or ground of galactic meditation, let us look at a classic dzogchen meditation text. let us take the following seven lines from a text by the master padmasambhava, and really study and consider their meaning.
line 1. that the “nature of mind is empty and without a foundation” is the fruit of cultivating the space between the thoughts. this emptiness is actually the nature of non-ego, or the absence of ego.
line 2. “your mind is insubstantial like the sky,” here the metaphor of the sky extends the meaning or experience of non-ego into an image that indicates non-ego's vastness.
line 3. “you should look at your own mind to see whether it is like that or not,” means you should not just accept the simile but examine your own mind with it to see if it fits or not. (continued @hunabku21 )
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how willing are you to step into the inheritance of your inherent greatness? beyond your willingness, what is your action plan to tactically draw the splendor of thy exalted beingness into the very fabric of your life experience? to be willing is not enough. we must bring the trifecta of empowered creative ownership into actualization if we aspire to the heights of our magnificence.
choice is such an overlooked and underestimated superpower. it's perhaps choice alone in all its magnitude that pries open the doors of potentiality and from them draws forth the immaculately appropriate selection among countless others.
it's unreasonable to believe that at every point in time you will have the absolute knowledge to move forward in decisive action unerringly. perhaps that is a state of consciousness we can attain, but before having uninhibited access to omniscience, we will have to cross the seas of choice with the vehicle of our present awareness. to be aware and to be conscious of our choices, to choose them consciously, and their potential repercussions whilst taking into consideration our underlying values, morals, ethics, belief systems
and inner frameworks is where we toil. it's important to recognize the choices we make continually fuel and perpetuate the belief superstructures that serve as a foundation. in other words, if we act from a belief system rooted in unworthiness, we tend to create circumstances empowering this belief, furthermore the very act of choosing life thru this operating system will bolster it's grasp on us, intensifying the pigment of this perspective as we gaze thru its lense. what kind of glasses are you wearing?
a compulsive manipulator is marked by a few key traits, one of them is the absolute unwillingness to take responsibility for their failures, the hallmark exaggerated gloating of their successes. in actualization, we don't have the luxury of blaming another for our mishaps, because we're no longer living a facade, instead we own the entirety of our creation. how infantile is it really, to accept our achievements (continued @thehomiesmo )
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"man is a thinker. he is that what he thinks. when he thinks fire he is fire. when he thinks war, he will create war. everything depends if his entire imagination will be an entire sun, that is, that he will imagine himself completely that what he wants."
artist: peter mohrbacher
“unclean spirits are male and female in form. males have s*x with the souls that are female in form, and females cavort promiscuously with souls that are male in form. souls cannot escape them if the spirits seize them, unless they receive the male or female power of the bridegroom and the bride. these are received from the mirrored bridal chamber….when they see a husband and a wife together, the females cannot make advances on the man and the males cannot make advances on the woman. so also if the image and the angel are joined, none can dare to make advances on the male or the female.” (65,1-26)
here, the author offers temporal marriage as an analogy to the protection given by the marriage that occurs in the bridal chamber. in this marriage, the “image” of the human being is joined to an angel. this prevents the male and female “unclean spirits” from attaching to the soul of the person. when the image is joined to the angel, the person is complete and androgynous, no longer divided and thus no longer susceptible to temptation or violation. “it is foolish to think that we will enter heaven without entering into ourselves.
if anyone becomes a 'son of the bridechamber' he will receive the light. if anyone does not receive it while he is in these places, he cannot receive it in the other place. he who receives any light will not be seen, nor can he be held fast. no one will be able to trouble him in this way, whether he lives in the world or leaves the world. he has already received the truth in images, and the world has become the aeon. for the aeon already exists for him as pleroma, and he exists in this way. it is revealed to him alone, since it is not hidden in darkness and night but is hidden in a perfect day and a holy night. #gospelofphilip
if someone experiences trust and consciousness in the heart of the embrace, they become a child of light. if someone does not receive these,
it is because they remain attached to what they know; when they cease to be attached, they will be able to receive them. whoever receives this light in nakedness will no longer be recognizable; none will be able to grasp them, none will be able to make them sad or miserable, whether they are in this world, or have left it. they already know the truth in images. for them, this world has become another world, and this temple space [aeon] is fullness [pleroma],they are who they are. they are one. neither shadow nor night can hide them. #thegospelofphilip
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before the incarnation began, you and your higher self carefully placed within that incarnation relationships, gifts and challenges that were designed to help you reduce distortion within your soul stream. you hoped in this lifetime to discipline your personality by bringing it more into balance with itself among the three energies of love, wisdom and power.
there are many entities whose goal is to open the heart. before incarnation the assessment was that there was an overbalancing toward wisdom and consequently the challenges of a particular incarnation are set up to offer catalyst that has the result of opening the heart.
others have an opinion of themselves before incarnation, when there is much more information on the full self available to them. they feel that they have been too much in the heart and have not attempted to learn the ways of wisdom. often those who are wanderers, that is, [who] come from another density elsewhere in the creation of the father, will find themselves to be uninterested in wisdom and interested only in the keenest and most compassionate love. yet this is somewhat of a distorted balance, for compassion and love are balanced by wisdom so that there is compassionate wisdom and wise love.
there are also those who are concerned with that called power, which is created in love and in wisdom by the discipline of the personality. when an entity has become very disciplined, the issue then becomes the right use of power. and that may link either into love or into wisdom or into both. so it is difficult to offer one blanket statement as to how incarnations work because there are these three elements upon which it is possible to base the incarnational lessons of a lifetime.