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Communicating with Your Inner Being Naturally

Communicating With Your Inner Being Naturally

“When you meditate you quite thought, and when you quiet thought or stop thought you release resistance… Once you quite your mind you stop resistance and once you stop resistance you come into alignment with who you really are.”  Abraham Self-realization is being connected to the universal-self, it is the unconditioned-self, “who you really are.” The universal-self in found in the words of the “Heart Sutra”,  Peace, Harmony, Laughter and Love or are described as Love, Joy and Wholeness (the root for the word holiness). Self-realization has been described through history variously as enlightenment, the “original face” in Zen, the “uncarved block” ... Read More »

The Source of all Happiness is to be Self-Realized

The Source Of All Happiness Is To Be Self-Realized

“Self-Realization is vibrational awareness of Source energy, and the conscious ability to attune to it.” Abraham Self-Realization is to become the witness no longer identifying with your ego-self, the conditioned self made up of your desires, your mind and body. From this state of witnessing awareness you can transcend your karma (karma being the total accumulation of all the choices you’ve made to this point).  Self-Realization is the source of all happiness because the “self” you “realize” is Source. Being Self-Realized is to know that you are connected to all that is. Your true-being has no limitations and is infinitely creativity. The ... Read More »

Wayne Dyer To Live Unconditionally

Wayne Dyer To Live Unconditionally

Dr. Wayne Dyer describes three things which his teacher, Abraham Maslow, the great American psychologist, taught him. These three attributes allow you to recognize people who are self-realized because they are operating from an expanded level of consciousness. Self-realization is to live unconditionally and that is freedom and happiness. The attributes Dr. Maslow spoke of are: They are independent of the good or bad opinion of other people. They are detached from outcome. They have no desire for control and no desire for power over others. There is an “affirmation” which embodies these three principles, which I first learned from Dr. David Simon or Dr. ... Read More »

The Road to Authentic Happiness

The Road to Authentic Happiness

Being honest there are times in my life (though they are fading) when the happiness I’m experiencing is superficial. It’s conditional, based in my self-image. As my meditation practice evolved I discovered that the road to authentic happiness as nothing to do with my self-esteem, or maybe more accurately, my self-image. Self-image arises from what from what you believe that other people believe about you. The authentic-self lies beyond the belief of others. The authentic-self is, according to the great American Psychologist Abraham Maslow, independent of the good or bad opinion of others. Shifting my identity from my ego oriented ... Read More »

Happiness is Your Unique Purpose

Happiness is Your Unique Purpose

Happiness is your unique purpose. There is no greater or more basic desire than the desire for happiness. Ancient Vedic wisdom teaches that your soul has four unique desires and together they are described as, “for the purpose of the soul.” The first of these four desires is your unique purpose or dharma, the desire to become who you were meant to be; a drive to fully realize your destiny, a longing for purpose, while positively affecting the world. Dharma informs us that each of us has a purpose and that purpose is a unique expression of the universe. Your ... Read More »