People have free will but most can't use it Fiindcă o parte din viitorul lor este prefigurat de acțiunile lor anterioare This is where what is predictable comes in, according to the principle of "how you sit down, this is how you sleep" (e.g. you did not learn - you […]
People are often misunderstood, irrational, and selfish.
Forgive them, anyway.
If you're good, people want you[...]
Can firmness and love manifest simultaneously in the soul? Fermitatea este o trăire specifică centrului de forță Manipura Chakra - centrul voinței și al curajului, sediul focului subtil al ființei. Iubirea este mai mult decât o stare, este un nivel de conștiință. Un ajutor în trezirea și amplificarea iubirii este dinamizarea […]
Shaktipat means, in translation, "coming", "descending" or "descending" Grace or Energy, Shakti on a man. That is, it is an aid, an impulse that comes through a Master or even without such external support (i.e. spontaneously) and that allows the student to attain, for the moment, skills that he alone would not have achieved at […]
Clues to recognize an authentic spiritual master. First, we must know that we could not, as students, accurately determine that someone is an authentic spiritual master. This is because: - charlatans can pretend very well - only an authentic master can recognize an authentic master - an authentic master […]
It is not fanaticism or any form of proselytizing as some might tend to think, but only an authentic ancient tradition, verified over time and which has worked. For a Western mind, it's hard enough to accept that. But if I met an authentic master, freed from the conditionings of this ephemeral world and who […]
What is a spiritual master or an authentic guru? A Spiritual Master is a person who meets the following conditions: possess a certain achievement or mastery in certain directions and especially in a spiritual direction; has the ability to explain the "road" to those achievements […]
- spiritual awakening or enlightenment, moksha, kenosis, metanoia, revelation, satori, ushta, Kevala Jnana; - perception of the state of vacuum - shuniata; the state of emptiness is a nonndual state characterized by the increasingly advanced (up to the Absolute) absence of thoughts or, even, of any form of mental disturbances; […]
We can find ourselves in several types of situations. 1. If we are not awakened spiritually (the case of most practitioners on an authentic spiritual path) then we really need a master spiritually to guide us, to explain and appropriate the methods of transformation to our concrete situation and, above all, to help us overcome […]
"In the ancient Egyptian books it is said that whenever the disciple is ready, the master appears. Whenever the disciple is ready, the master appears. There is no need for the disciple to look for the master, the master always seeks the disciple.
"What can I do to regain my inspiration and spiritual aspiration?" someone asks me. Do you think such a problem is rare? It's not. Those who succeeded have experienced this most of the time (compared to other people). In fact, it is a common situation, which occurs almost always, programmatically, in any direction we seek to develop - but, especially, when we pursue a spiritual transformation. It is natural and, even, expect this to happen and p
From his workshop, located in two rooms hollowed out under the ground,
Paracelsus asked God to send him a disciple...
Receiving an initiation requires more than just physical participation – going to a certain place at a certain time to receive something that someone will give you. It also involves active mental participation. We need to have the ability to open up and allow the experience to penetrate, instead of being crisp and obsessive. Because, you see, initiation, including all the meditations that compose it, is a method that leads us within an experience of totality, and this to