ALL DIMENSIONS OF DAMAGE ERASED
“THE TWINKLING OF AN EYE”*
* 1 Corinthians 15:52
or from moment to moment…
IS PROVING ITSELF SUFFICIENT
*My lineage is the union of intrinsic awareness & the ultimate sphere.
I attain the power of peace."
all solutions are within you too.
All quotes below in this font color from
web link at the end
of what we know on this planet,
is the human body.
There is no physical mechanism that is as sophisticated
and as fantastic as this one.
And though there is an input from the masculine,
it is essentially manufactured
in the womb of the feminine.
Bhairavi is the ultimate feminine nature
– creativity in its essence.
By changing the physicality, you will only change the appearance of life –
you will not change the quality of life in any way.
Suppose you start cycling, running, exercising, and building muscle every day, your appearance will change, socially something may change,
but in your experience of life, nothing will change.
You will be miserable with big muscles – that’s all.
everything, the way you exist, the way you perceive life will change.
Your very connection with the universe will change.
After all, you can’t really make anything that’s life.
Life is for you to perceive and experience.
The choice you have is to perceive and experience it more profoundly. Unfortunately, that dimension has been completely ignored in today’s world because of this madness about the physical.
Above Sadhguru quotes from EXCELLENT article here;
It is for this reason that scientists should demonstrate
a little more humility and reserve.
God has not given them exclusive rights to knowledge.
They can control matter, but they cannot control life,
because life is not discovered by looking through a few instruments,
lenses or microscopes,
it is discovered deep within oneself.
Even someone who conducts investigations on stars and other planets can be as ignorant inwardly as if they had never left their cave.
It is a matter of consciousness.
What is the use, then, of setting out to discover the universe
if we remain inwardly as limited as someone
who has never stepped outside their remote village?
The astronaut in his shuttle travels throughout space,
the shepherd who looks after his flock in the mountains
and contemplates the starry sky in the silence of night
perhaps knows more of immensity than the astronaut.
Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov