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Archive for December, 2009

Dec 18, 2009No Comments

The Invisible Embrace

There is a great moment in life when you know that you are being watched by the Mother. Your whole being is blessed, and you know it, you feel it, and you become it. Something inside tells us that we have always been blessed, yet we were not aware. It is all about awareness.

Dec 17, 2009No Comments

Change for Good Karma

People cannot change their behavior only to bring themselves good karma. Change must come from the heart, without any seeking a reward of any kind. In other words, you learn to live unconditionally.
Unconditional love in everything you do is how you live on the shore of the river of positive karma.

Dec 16, 2009No Comments

Honoring Death when Afraid

As you live a life of spirituality, you learn more about death.
You also learn to embrace Death rather than fear him. If you can keep still this very moment and sit and listen to your Beloved’s voice, you will find that your Beloved is always talking and listening to you. He or she will take your fear and leave you to enjoy your spiritual journey, which includes Death.

Dec 12, 2009No Comments

The Karmic Space of Intent

The only way out of the Karmic Space of Intent is discipline. Discipline and freedom go hand in hand. When we take responsibility, this space of karma begins to chip away. See how you feel when you do something as soon as you think of it.

Dec 10, 2009

The Merge of Masculine & Feminine

In a single second, one can flip into the Light of understanding The One who is neither male nor female. This allows an open path toward Samadhi. It is as if all color is sleeping; yet when the heart is open, one begins to realize that the rainbow of color is not male or female. It is as if color has a path of its own. And you find yourself inside of all color, all genders, all races, and all religions when there is understanding of the genders. This represents freedom.

Dec 7, 2009

World AIDS Day Candles

Namaste,

There is nothing in the whole world like the joy of giving and the joy in seeing others become happy. Last night we celebrated World AIDS Day. As we all were around the Sacred Ganga with our candles in our hands, we could feel the spirit of our loved ones reach out and touch our hearts and souls.

AIDS …more

Dec 6, 2009

Question: Is Trust an Aspect of Samadhi?

The silence is deafening and quite scary at first, until you want more. It is almost like flying without wings, except you are in bliss as you are flying. The ego is always there trying to stop your primary drive for God. Trust must build.

Dec 4, 2009

I am Always Watching

Namaste,

The question today from Radha Krishna Jaya truly touches my heart: “Please talk about how you are always watching your chelas.”

Answer:

When you enter into Samadhi, or the Formless, or the Emptiness, at times you can become afraid. This is called a Kundalini experience, or deep Spiritual experience; and this can be very fearful. When the Mother watches …more

Dec 3, 2009No Comments

Question: How do we Pray for Someone Else?

It is always a good thing to see anyone in the golden light and see them laughing and joyous in our hearts and minds. Yet before you can help others, you must see yourself in the light and always in your heart. By practicing meditation and being able to live your life with ease and comfort, others will want to be like you.

Dec 3, 2009No Comments

World AIDS Day

In our Ganga are the ashes of our many dead. Their spirit is so alive that I feel they are always blessing our ashram. I have begun to do a very intense puja for those who are living with AIDS.

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