AS REAL AS
AKASHA TAO CORE PRESIDES
(THAT WHICH MAN NAMES RESURRECTION)*
*see last Chapter + Epilogue of
GODSEED: The Alchemy of Primordial Memory (2016 edition)
but I stopped asking the books and the stars.
I started listening to the teaching of my soul...
you think of past or future.
(also on this OceanSpeak:
Just die over and over.
Nothing can save you now,
because this is your last moment.
Not even enlightenment will help you now,
because you have no other moments.
With no future, be true to yourself
—and don't move.
–Shunryu Suzuki Roshi
December 10, 2019
by Paulo Coelho
“We must care for our body. It is the temple of the Holy Spirit, and deserves our respect and affection.
We must make the best use of our time.
We must fight for our dreams,
and concentrate our efforts to that end.
But we must not forget that life
is made up of small pleasures.
They were placed here to encourage us,
assist us in our search,
and provide moments of surcease
from our daily battles.
It is not a sin to be happy.
There is nothing wrong in
-from time to time-
breaking certain rules regarding diet,
sleep and happiness.
Do not criticize yourself if
-once in a while-
you waste your time on trifles.
These are the small pleasures that stimulate us.
- David-Neel and Lama Yongden
The traveler who finds his road blocked by a river will use
a raft to reach the opposite shore,
but, this shore, once reached,
he will not take the raft on his shoulders
while continuing his journey.
He will abandon it as something
which has become useless.
The raft represents the different kinds of methods, intellectual training, or moral discipline,
which are available as means to
bring the seeker of liberation
to the "other shore."
On this shore,
both have lost their value;
they bear no relation to the conditions
existing on the "other shore" and,
like the raft in the parable,
they are only a useless burden...
is to go beyond the mental constructions
which are built by the mind, unceasingly,
and to recognize,
by transcendent insight,
that they are void of reality.
It is also to recognize,
by transcendent insight,
that which has been imagined as practicing virtue,
surrendering to vice,
as holding opinions and elaborating theories,
as traveling towards a goal and reaching a goal,
is nothing but
an inconsistent phantom,
devoid of reality.
Alexandra David-Neel and Lama Yongden
The Secret Oral Teachings in Tibetan Buddhists Sects
with thanks to
- The Beauty We Love
becomes an experience of cosmic joy
and at the same time,
remains just a simple walk on the beach.
and yet also I am the beach
and the shells
and the ocean
and the horizon.
and yet everything has changed.
I am walking through me.
by the totality
and I have assimilated the totality
and it’s just very amazing
and yet totally ordinary.
It’s so obvious.
How could I have missed it before?
– Verse 15 Pondering, p 113
The above quote towards end of this Offering
via miriam louisa....
WELL WORTH THE SATURATION!
- that we can one day find anew
You all know the wonderful tales where the magician or the sorceress only has to utter a few words to conjure up a castle, or tables covered with the most delectable dishes,
a great bird on which to travel through space
and so forth.
These stories are not pure inventions,
they have meaning –
they remind us of a time long ago
when humans possessed the magic word.
But little by little,
as they sunk down into matter,
humans lost their power over it,
and were no longer able to master it.
Every day, people must grapple with matter
so as to shape it, draw subsistence from it,
find shelter and make the objects they need,
and it constantly offers up resistance.
the power of the Word
has not been definitively taken away from humans,
and they are capable of finding it again,
provided they undertake
a great work of inner transformation.
We can define the Word
as the synthesis of all expressions of psychic life.
This work of transformation therefore begins with the mastery of thoughts, feelings and desires.
Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov
Even if human beings aren’t aware of it,
all of them come to earth with the imprints
of what they experienced in the heavenly regions with God.
This life is recorded within them as an indelible memory, which is why they sometimes feel nostalgia for it.
Sometimes, an encounter, a face, a reading, a landscape,
an image, or music awakens a distant memory within them.
They again experience a few moments of paradise, they feel inhabited by peace and light.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t last;
and when the time comes to resume their daily activities, they fail to realize that there is something
they could do to retain these states,
and they even forget them.
humans gradually lose every opportunity to live and manifest themselves with joy, love and freedom.
They could very easily lead their earthly lives and fulfill their obligations and still maintain their bond with him.
when they feel they are drifting away,
they must do everything to find their way back.
Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov