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Gottwärts – Einsichten von Erwachten

 

Sonnenaufgang in Neulussheim, Deutschland


 

Gottesbilder von Niemanden, Jemanden, Pfeilern und Weisen

1. Negierende Nihilisten projizieren auf Nichts und Niemande/n.

2. Beschämte Niemande projizieren einen schmähenden Gott.
3. Schuldbeladene Niemande projizieren einen rachsüchtigen Gott.
4. Leidende Niemande projizieren einen verdammenden Gott.
5. Traurige Niemande projizieren einen gefühllosen Gott.
6. Ängstliche Niemande projizieren einen strafenden Gott.
7. Habsüchtige Niemande projizieren einen verstoßenden Gott.
8. Wütende Niemande projizieren einen nachtragenden Gott.

9. Erfolgreiche Jemande (Gutmenschen) projizieren einen gleichgültigen Gott.

10. Mutige Unterstützer projizieren einen gewährenden Gott.
11. Optimistische Unterstützer projizieren einen befähigenden Gott.
12. Gutwillige Unterstützer projizieren einen inspirierenden Gott.
13. Anteilnehmende Unterstützer projizieren einen barmherzigen Gott.
14. Wirklich denkende Unterstützer projizieren einen Allwissenden Gott.

15. Wirklich liebende Pfeiler projizieren einen Allliebenden Gott.
16. Selbstverwirklichte Pfeiler verkörpern und veranschaulichen einen Allmächtigen Gott.

17. Weise Lehrer verkörpern und veranschaulichen einen Allgegenwärtigen Gott.
18. Avatare (Gottverkörperte) verkörpern das Allverbundene innewohnende SELBST.

 

Der griechisch-armenische Esoteriker, Schriftsteller und Lehrer des Vierten Wegs Georges I. Gurdjeff (1866-1949)
ließ seine Schüler folgenden Satz in Geheimschrift an die Wand ihres Übungsraums schreiben:
"Du bist die Manifestation des Gottes, den du wahrnimmst."

Alles, was ist, bist Du

 

Mit Dir hab ich mein Herz vereint:
Alles, was ist, bist Du!
Nur Dich allein hab ich gefunden,
denn Du bist Alles, was ist.
O Herr, Geliebter meines Herzens,
Du bist die Heimat aller Menschen!
Fürwahr! Wo ist das Herz, in welchem Du nicht wohnst?
Du hast von jedem Herz Besitz genommen:
Alles, was ist, bist Du.

Allgegenwärtig bist Du,
ob in der Kaaba oder im Himmel;
vor Dir müssen alle sich beugen,
denn Du bist alles, was ist.
Von der Erde hinauf bis zum höchsten Himmel,
vom Himmel herab bis tief auf die Erde
sehe ich Dich, wohin ich auch blicke:
Alles, was ist, bist Du.
Ich hab es ergründet und hab es verstanden;
geschaut hab ich's ohne den leisesten Zweifel:
Nichts gibt es, was sich mit Dir lässt vergleichen!
Für immer hat es sich Jafar enthüllt:
Du bist alles, was ist!

 

Quelle: ► Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (1836-1886) indischer hinduistischer Heiliger,
Mystiker, Das Vermächtnis, O.W. Barth Verlag, Bern 2003

Zitate zum Thema Gottwärts / Nearer my God to thou

Zitate allgemein von Erwachten, Wissenschaftlern und Philosophen

Denn wo das Aas ist, da sammeln sich die Geier. Matthäus 24, 28 (NT)

 

Persönliche Bekenntnisse

  • Ich zögere nicht zu sagen, dass ich der Existenz Gottes mehr gewiss bin als unserer Anwesenheit in diesem Raum. Nie wird das Werk eines Menschen – mag es auch noch so groß sein – wahrhaft gedeihen, wenn es nicht einen ganz klaren religiösen Hintergrund hat. Mohandas Karamchand Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948) indischer hinduistischer Weiser, spiritueller Führer der indischen Unabhängigkeitsbewegung, Menschenrechtsanwalt, gewaltloser Widerstandskämpfer zur Durchsetzung politischer Ziele, humanistischer Weiser, asketischer Morallehrer, Pazifist, Publizist, Quelle unbekannt

 

 

Schlussfolgerung

  • Die Größe und unendliche Weisheit des Schöpfers wird nur derjenige wirklich erkennen, der sich bestrebt, aus dem gewaltigen Buche, das wir Natur nennen, seine Gedanken herauszulesen. Justus von Liebig (1803-1873) deutscher Professor für Chemie, Begründer der Agrikulturchemie, Quelle unbekannt

 

Einsichten

  • Man kann mit Sicherheit sagen, dass all meine Patienten über 35 Jahre krank wurden, weil sie das verloren hatten, was die lebendigen Religionen ihren Anhängern gegeben haben. Und keiner von ihnen, der seine religiöse Lebenshaltung nicht wiedererlangte, wurde wirklich geheilt. Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) Schweizer Psychiater, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der neuen Denkschule der analytischen Tiefenpsychologie, Autor, Quelle unbekannt

 

  • Unter allen Patienten der Lebensmitte, das heißt jenseits 35, ist nicht ein einziger, dessen endgültiges Problem nicht das der religiösen Einstellung wäre. Ja, jeder krankt in letzter Linie daran, dass er das verloren hat […], und keiner ist wirklich geheilt, der seine religiöse Einstellung nicht wieder erreicht, was mit Konfession oder Zugehörigkeit zu einer Kirche natürlich nichts zu tun hat. Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) Schweizer Psychiater, Tiefenpsychologe, Begründer der neuen Denkschule der analytischen Tiefenpsychologie, Autor, Quelle unbekannt
  • Jedem tiefen Naturforscher muss eine Art religiösen Gefühls naheliegen, weil er sich nicht vorzustellen vermag, dass die ungemein feinen Zusammenhänge, die er erschaut, von ihm zum erstenmal gedacht werden. Im unbegreiflichen Weltall offenbart sich eine grenzenlos überlegene Vernunft. […] Die gängige Vorstellung, ich sei Atheist, beruht auf einem großen Irrtum. Wer sie aus meinen wissenschaftlichen Theorien herausliest, hat sie kaum begriffen. Albert Einstein (1879-1955) deutschstämmiger US-amerikanischer theoretischer Physiker, Entwickler der Allgemeinen Relativitätstheorie, Nobelpreisträger in Physik, 1921

 

  • Die Zeit ist nur eine Eigenschaft des Universums, das Gott geschaffen hat.
  • Wenn wir die Antwort auf diese Frage (warum es uns und das Universum gibt) fänden, wäre das der endgültige Triumph der menschlichen Vernunft – denn dann würden wir Gottes Plan kennen. Stephen Hawking (*1942) britischer Spitzenwissenschaftler, Astrophysiker, Mathematiker, Universität Cambridge, Atheist, Autor, Leonard Mlodinow, US-amerikanischer Physiker, Drehbuchautor, Autor, populärwissenschaftlicher Bestseller, Die kürzeste Geschichte der Zeit, Rowohlt, 19. Oktober 2005

 

  • Der erste Schluck aus dem Becher der Wissenschaft führt zum Atheismus, aber auf dem Grund des Bechers wartet Gott. Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976) deutscher theoretischer Physiker, Entwickler der Heisenbergschen Unschärferelation, 1927, Physiknobelpreisträger, 1932

 

  • Zwischen Religion und Naturwissenschaft finden wir nirgends einen Widerspruch. Sie schließen sich nicht aus, wie manche glauben und fürchten, sondern sie ergänzen und bedingen einander. Max Planck (1858-1947) deutscher theoretischer Physiker, Begründer der Quantentheorie, Nobelpreisträger in Physik, 1918, Max Planck. Vorträge und Erinnerungen, S. 333, 5. Auflage 1949, Nachdruck 1983

 

  • [...] meinen größten Respekt und die größte Verehrung für alle Ingenieure, besonders für den größten unter ihnen: GOTT! Thomas Alva Edison US-amerikanischer Geschäftsmann, Wissenschaftler, Erfinder der Elektrizität, Glühbirne und des Kraftwerkwesens mit über 2.000 Patenten

 


Die Sterntaler, Illustration von
Adrian Ludwig Richter (1803-1884) deutscher Maler

 

  • Die moderne Physik führt uns notwendig zu Gott hin. Sir Arthur Eddington (1882-1944) britischer Astrophysiker des frühen 20. Jahrhunderts, Astronom

 

  • Allen Menschen ist der Glaube an Gott ins Herz gesät. Es lügen jene, die da sagen, dass sie nicht an die Existenz Gottes glauben; denn in der Nacht und wenn sie alleine sind, zweifeln sie. Lucius Annaeus Seneca (etwa 1-65 n. Chr.) römischer stoischer Philosoph, Dramatiker, Naturforscher, Staatsmann

 

  • Gott! Inbrünstig möcht ich beten
    Doch der Erde Bilder treten
    Immer zwischen dich und mich.
Joseph von Eichendorff (1788-1857) deutscher romantischer Lyriker, Schriftsteller

 

  • Ich erkläre mit Stolz, dass ich gläubig bin. Ich glaube an die Macht des Gebetes. Ich glaube nicht nur als Katholik, sondern auch als Wissenschaftler. Guglielmo Marconi (1874-1937) italienischer Physiker, Forscher, Unternehmer, Pionier der drahtlosen Telekommunikation, Nobelpreisträger für Physik, 1909

 

  • Die gelegentlich gehörte Meinung, dass wir im Zeitalter der Weltraumfahrt so viel über die Natur wissen, dass wir es nicht mehr nötig haben, an Gott zu glauben, ist durch nichts zu rechtfertigen. Wernher von Braun (1912-1977) deutschstämmiger US-amerikanischer Physiker, Raketeningenieur, visionärer Wegbereiter der Raumfahrt

 

  • Nur ein erneuter Glaube an Gott kann die Wandlung herbeiführen, die unsere Welt vor der Katastrophe retten könnte. Wissenschaft und Religion sind dabei Geschwister, keine Gegensätze! Wernher von Braun (1912-1977) deutschstämmiger US-amerikanischer Physiker, Raketeningenieur, visionärer Wegbereiter der Raumfahrt

 

  • Die moderne Entwicklung hat die früheren Hindernisse einer Harmonie von Naturwissenschaft und religiöser Weltauffassung beseitigt. Die heutige naturwissenschaftliche Erkenntnis liefert keinen Einwand mehr gegen einen Schöpfergott. Pascual Jordan (1902-1980) deutscher theoretischer Physiker, Mitbegründer der Quantenmechanik

 

  • Wenn unsere letzte Stunde schlägt, wird es unsere unsagbar große Freude sein, den zu sehen, den wir in unserem Schaffen nur ahnen konnten. Carl Friedrich Gauß   (1777-1855) deutscher Mathematiker, Physiker, Astronom, Geodät

 

  • Die große Fülle moderner Entdeckungen hat den alten Materialismus vollkommen zerstört. […] Das Universum zeigt sich heute unseren Augen als Gedanke. Ein Gedanke aber setzt das Vorhandensein eines Denkers voraus. John Ambrose Fleming (1849-1945) britischer Physiker, Elektroingenieur, Radiotechniker

 

  • Wenn in den letzten siebzig Jahren der Strom der Entdeckungen und Erfindungen so übergewaltig in unsere Zeit eindrang, so heißt das, dass Gott, der Schöpfer, lauter, vernehmlicher als je durch Forscher und Erfinder zu uns spricht. Friedrich Dessauer (1881-1963) deutscher Biophysiker, Naturphilosoph, Begründer der Röntgen-Tiefentherapie und der Quantenbiologie, Reichstagsabgeordneter des Zentrums, sozial engagierter Unternehmer, Publizist

 

 

  • Das Auge, der Flügel eines Schmetterlings genügen, um einen Gottesleugner zu vernichten. Denis Diderot (1713-1784) französischer Philosoph der Aufklärung, Mitorganisator, Herausgeber und Verfasser der Encyclopédie, Schriftsteller

 

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Note:

Nietzsche musste mit 44 Jahren seine Karriere abbrechen und siechte vereinsamt und geistig umnachtet an den Folgen einer Geschlechtskrankheit dahin. Er ist am 25. August 1900 im Alter von 56 Jahren gestorben.

  • Dem unbekannten Gott [...], dem ich in tiefster Herzenstiefe Altäre feierlich geweiht, dass allezeit mich deine Stimme wieder riefe. Darauf erglüht tiefeingeschrieben das Wort: dem unbekannten Gotte. Sein bin ich, ob ich in der Frevler Rotte auch bis zur Stunde bin geblieben. Sein bin ich – und ich fühl die Schlingen, die mich im Kampf darniederziehn und, mag ich flieh'n, mich doch zu seinem Dienste zwingen. [...] Du Unfassbarer, mir Verwandter! Ich will dich kennen, selbst dir dienen! Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844-1900) deutscher klassischer Gelehrter, Kulturkritiker, Philosoph des Nihilismus, bekennender Atheist

Literaturzitate

 

Anrufung

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Gott-Natur

  • Was kann ein Mensch im Leben mehr gewinnen
    Als dass sich Gott-Natur ihm offenbare?
    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) deutscher Universalgelehrter, Bühnendichter, Schriftsteller, Gedicht "Im ernsten Beinhaus war's", 17. September 1826

 

Referenz: ► Gottes-Bekenntnisse

General quotes

O GOD, thou art my God; on thee I wait; my soul thirsteth for thee, my flesh longeth for thee as in a dry and thirsty land where no water is. As, in purity, I have seen thee, so may I see thy power and thy glory.
Because thy lovingkindness is better than life, my lips shall praise thee. Thus will I bless thee while I live; I will lift up my hands in thy name. My soul shall be enriched as with cream and fatness; and my mouth shall praise thee with joyful lips. 6 I remember thee upon my bed and I meditate on thee in the night watches.
Because thou hast been my helper, therefore in the shadow of thy wings will I glory. My soul follows hard after thee; thy right hand upholds me.
Psalm 63, 1-8 (OT)

 

Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light. Matthew 11, 29-30 (NT) New International Version (NIV)

 

When some of the Pharisees asked Jesus when the kingdom of God would come, he answered, saying to them, The kingdom of God does not come by observation. Neither will they say, Behold, it is here! or, behold, it is there! for behold, the kingdom of God is within you. Luke 17, 20 (NT)

 

There is one Supreme Ruler, the inmost Self of all beings, who makes His one form manifold. Eternal happiness belongs to the wise, who perceive Him within themselves – not to others. Vedas, hinduist wisdom scripture

 

Personal avowals

 

 

  • I am the Supreme Reality. Mansur Al-Hallaj (857-922) Persian Islamic mystic, teacher of Sufism, revolutionary writer, poet, executed for heresy

 

  • I have learned so much from God that I can no longer call myself a Christian, a Hindu, a Muslim, a Buddhist, a Jew. The Truth has shared so much of Itself with me that I can no longer call myself a man, a woman, an angel, or even a pure Soul. Love has befriended me so completely it has turned to ash and freed me of every concept and image my mind has ever known. Hafez (1325/26-1389/90) Persian Sufi mystic, lyric poet, aphorism

 

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Awakening

After a profound mystical experience at age 42 Saint Hildegard became a polymath.

  • The heavens were opened and a blinding light of exceptional brilliance flowed through my entire brain. And it so kindled my whole heart and breast like a flame. Saint Hildegard of Bingen ['Sybil of the Rhine'] (1098-1179) German Christian mystic, Catholic saint, Doctor of the Church, Benedictine abbess, visionary, philosopher, polymath, composer, writer, source unknown

 

Prayer / Appeal

  • O God [...] from that moment you entrusted a very important mission to your son. A mission known to you and me alone. [...] O God [...] I hear a voice deep within me saying: 'Sanctify yourself and sanctify others.' Padre Pio [Pio of Pietrelcina] (1887-1968) Italian Capuchin priest, miracle healer, Catholic saint, Epistolario, III, S. 1010, Ristampa, 1994

 

Appeals – Questions

  • What more can a person gain in life
    Than that God-Nature reveals himself to him?
    Johann Wolfgang Goethe (1749-1832) German polymath, poet, playwright, dramatist, novelist, poem "Im ernsten Beinhaus war's", 17. September 1826

 

Recommendations

  • In returning to God and to ourselves, we have to begin with what we actually are. We have to start from our alienated condition. We are prodigals in a distant country, ‘the region of unlikeness,’ and we travel far in that region before we seem to reach our own land (and yet secretly we are in our own land all the time!). Thomas Merton (1915-1968) Anglo-American Catholic Trappist monk, mystic student of comparative religion, social activist, poet, writer, New Seeds of Contemplation, S. 280-281, New Direction, revised edition March 1972
  • Therefore, be ye lamps unto yourselves, be a refuge to yourselves. Hold fast to Truth as a lamp; hold fast to the truth as a refuge. Look not for a refuge in anyone beside yourselves. And those, who shall be a lamp unto themselves, shall betake themselves to no external refuge, but holding fast to the Truth as their lamp, and holding fast to the Truth as their refuge, they shall reach the topmost height. Buddha (563-483 BC) Indian Avatar, teacher of enlightenment

 


Civitella, evening scene
Adrian Ludwig Richter (1803-1884) German painter
  • It is not the task of Christianity to provide easy answers to every question, but to make us progressively aware of a mystery. God is not the object of our knowledge but the cause of our wonder. Kallistos Ware (*1934) English metropolitan bishop within the Eastern Orthodox Church under the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, author, The Orthodox Way, St Vladimirs Seminary Press, United States, 1979, revised edition 1. September 1995

 

  • In the Christian context, we do not mean by a "mystery" merely that which is baffling and mysterious, an enigma or insoluble problem. A mystery is, on the contrary, something that is revealed for our understanding, but which we never understand exhaustively because it leads into the depth or the darkness of God. The eyes are closed – but they are also opened. Kallistos Ware (*1934) English metropolitan bishop within the Eastern Orthodox Church under the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, author, The Orthodox Way, St Vladimirs Seminary Press, United States, 1979, revised edition 1. September 1995

 

  • One need not scale the heights of the heavens nor travel along the highways of the world to find Ahura Mazda. With purity of mind and holiness of heart one can find Him in one's own heart. Zarathustra (Zoroaster) (18-6th century BC) Iranian Persian prophet, philosopher, founder of Zoroastrianism, source unknown

 

  • It is impossible to find God outside of ourselves. Our own souls contribute all of the divinity that is outside of us. We are the greatest temple. The objectification is only a faint imitation of what we see within ourselves. Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902) Indian hinduistic saint, monk, scholar, according to a statement of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa (1836-1886) Indian Hindu mystic

 

  • Kabir says: Student, tell me, what is God?
    He is the breath inside the breath.
    Kabir (1440-1518) Indian mystic poet, saint, writer influencing the Bhakti movement

 

  • You are what I am,
    I am what you are,
    I am what God is,
    God is what we are,
    Yes: if we sing it.
    Wei Wu Wei [Terence James Stannus Gray] (1895-1986) Irish aristocrat, Taoist philosopher, writer, wandering the Himalayan mountains

 

  • A subtle inner pleasure accompanies true spiritual endeavor. An inner quality of peace and fulfillment accompanies the subtle inner knowingness that one is finally ‘homeward bound’ in the transition from the world of the self to the expanded awareness of the Self. There is also relief from inner spiritual guilt that accompanies spiritual negligence and willful indulgence of the ego’s demands and desires for gain.   Dr. David R. Hawkins (1927-2012) US American psychiatrist, physician, spiritual teacher, cultleader, author, Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, chapter 10 Experiential versus Conceptual, S. 194, 2007

 

  • When we learn to listen to and follow our heart, life takes on a whole new adventure. We find magic, mystery, joy, fulfillment, abundance and a steady awakening to God-consciousness within us. Brad Laughlin, US American? executive director of CoreLight, since 1993

 

  • Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime. Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835-1910) US American humorist, Freemason, author, Roughing It, American Publishing Company, 1872 and The Innocents Abroad. Or, The New Pilgrims' Progress, Modern Library, ML edition 11. February 2003

 

  • Whoever knows himself, knows God. Muhammad (570/571-632 BE) Saudiarabian founder of the religion of Islam

Returning back to Source

  • It's coming into your own as a fully conscious creator. It's also a sense of becoming aware of our multidimensional self. […] [We are on] a journey back to Source. There is no reason to assume it even stops once you get to source. […]
    The Raptors are now considering this paradigm [of returning to Source] and so are the Mantis beings according to Simon Parkes.
    There is a split between Artificial Intelligence and, in essence, being from God/Source. […] You can say that Lucifer (Satan) is the reflection in the mirror. And the problem with the Luciferian Satanists is they are completely in service to self. They believe that the image in the mirror is in essence their God, becomes themselves, rather than Source, Source being a composit of all beings. It's a very individualistic and reductive view of reality [that Satanists hold]. Eventually, even a Satanist will have to turn around and at a certain level does go back to Source and sort of has to embrace that Source is way more powerful than a mirror image.
    This socalled Singularity in terms of Artificial Intelligence is not what it’s cracked up to be. There is a lot of misunderstanding with regard to what that really means.
Source: ► Audio interview with Kerry Cassidy, US American investigative interviewer, founder of Project Camelot, Kerry Cassidy ~ 01/17/17 ~ Divine Paradigm, presented by KCOR Radio, program Divine Paradigm, hosts Janet Kira and Dr. Sasha Lessin,
minute 1:12:59, recorded and posted 17. January 2017
See also: ► Simon Parkes

Poems

  • Now rise the daringly imagined arch
    holding up the astounding bridges.
    [Build bridges, not just walls.]
    To work with the things of this world is not hubris
    when building an association beyond words;
    denser and denser the pattern becomes
    and being carried along by life is not enough.
    Take your well disciplined strengths and stretch
    them between two opposing poles.
    Because inside human beings is where God learns.
Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) Bohemian-Austrian poet, novelist, Robert Bly, translator, Just As the Winged Energy of Delight, excerpted from The Rag and Bone Shop of the Heart. Poetry Anthology, Harper Perennial, reprint edition 4. August 1993

When no one is looking,
I swallow deserts and clouds
and chew on mountains
knowing they are sweet bones!
When no one is looking
and I want to kiss God,
I just lift my own hand to my mouth.

Khwaja Shamsuddin Mohammad, The Rubaiyat of Hafiz,
Cosimo Classics, 15. May 2005

 

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Audio- und Videolinks

First public set of 30 recorded talks on basic topics (living and working in the world to the four principal yogas; the Buddhist paramitas of purity, humility, working for the welfare of others; dreaming, enlightenment of women, American mysticism) for students of American Buddhism

  1. Introductory and Intermediate Meditation, 1 hour 1 minutes duration
    Now, in meditation what we do is something original. We experience God. That is to say, we experience that essence of existence from which we have come forth, which sustains us and to which we will eventually return.
  2. Purity, 31 minutes duration
    Purity is light. Not just an ordinary light that we see in the physical universe, but a transcendental light. Without purity it’s impossible to realize God.
  3. Humility, 30 minutes duration
    Humility is the conscious awareness and acceptance of eternity as your own body. Humility is the time that you spend in love—in love with existence itself.
  4. The Yoga of Love, 1 hour 1 minutes duration
    Love is the easiest and most effective way to begin our search for self realization, for our selves.
  5. The Yoga of Selfless Giving, 1 hour 3 minutes duration
    The reason you're not happy, the reason the world lacks peace, is that we lack the happiness that comes from self-giving.
  6. The Yoga of Discrimination, 1 hour 2 minutes duration
    There are four major paths to self realization. Jnana yoga is the graduate school of self-discovery.
  7. The Yoga of Mysticism and Power, 1 hour 2 minutes duration
    Mysticism is the hidden way. The mystic practices the art of intentionality.
  8. Spiritual Absorption, 31 minutes duration
    The purpose of life is to be absorbed in spirit. Spirit is an undefinable reality that exists within us, around us and beyond us.
  9. Nirvana, 29 minutes duration
    Nirvana is not a time or a place or a dimension, although it includes times and dimensions and places.
  10. Death and Reincarnation, 1 hour 1 minutes duration
    Today I would like to share with you a few thoughts on the subject of your death and the experience of death and rebirth.
  11. Samadhi and The Supraconscious States, 1 hour 8 minutes duration
    I'd like to consider with you what the nature of samadhi is, and try and gain an understanding of not only why an individual seeks to go into samadhi, and how that occurs, but what the result of this process is.
  12. The Caretaker Personality, 53 minutes duration
    In the process of meditation, we find that we are not one continuous personality, we are not a body, that what our real being is, is light.
  13. The Tibetan Rebirth Process, 1 hour 4 minutes duration
    So what I would like to attempt to do in the next hour is to talk with you about Tibetan yoga, as it was practiced hundreds of years ago.
  14. Living and Working In The World, 1 hour 10 minutes duration
    The greatest challenge awaiting you is living and working in the world.
  15. Pleasure, Pain and The Senses, 57 minutes duration
    Our journey today concerns illusion, the nature of illusion and the way out of illusion.
  16. How To Achieve Spiritual Balance, 44 minutes duration
    The way to achieve spiritual balance is without trying. Spiritual balance is something that all of us innately are.
  17. The Subtle Physical Body, 56 minutes duration
    The subtle physical body is composed of strands or luminous fibers of energy that interconnect different planes and times.
  18. Women / Men and Self Realization, 54 minutes duration
    It is easier for women to attain spiritual liberation than it is for men to do so.
  19. Inaccessibility and Attachment, 44 minutes duration
    Attachment creates pain and frustration. Attachment is the thing that we seek to overcome in self-discovery.
  20. Spiritual Experiences, Dreams and Visions, 56 minutes duration
    The most common type of spiritual experience is the one that you're having at the moment. We call it life.
  21. Zen, Taoism and Buddhism, 42 minutes duration
    Today I'd like to talk to you about these ways, not so much from an historical perspective, but from the perspective of one who, in other lifetimes, has practiced and taught these three ways.
  22. The Occult Body, Auras and The Chakras, 47 minutes duration
    The occult body is a field of attention. It's an avenue of awareness. It's a wind tunnel that connects the different realities.
  23. Spiritual Teachers and The Enlightenment Process, 56 minutes duration
    I would like to address what I consider to be the most difficult topic for a person who seeks enlightenment to deal with.
  24. Advanced Meditation, 56 minutes duration
    In advanced meditation we not only pass through other planes of consciousness or awareness but we become them.
  25. Dreaming, 58 minutes duration
    You are a dream. You are a dream of eternal consciousness in the waking state.
  26. Gods, Goddesses and Carrier Beings, 51 minutes duration
    Today I'd like to talk with you about some of the different types of beings that you as a spiritual seeker will encounter on your journey to enlightenment.
  27. Dharma and Karma, 54 minutes duration
    Dharma is the truth. Dharma is the truth throughout the ages.
  28. Tantra and The Left-Handed Path, 44 minutes duration
    There are dark and gloomy days in the path to self-discovery. There are days when it seems that we'll never be able to see the truth.
  29. Liberation and Self Realization, 46 minutes duration
    Self realization is liberation. Liberation is self realization. There is no beginning and there is no end.
  30. Tantric Mysticism, 47 minutes duration
    Everything is one. There’s only one eternal reality. Yet there are two.

Set of 13 recorded crest jewel talks on self realization, meditation, enlightenment, Vedanta, Tibetan Buddhism, mystic teachings described by Carlos Castaneda

  1. Modular Mysticism: Storing Power, 43 minutes duration
    In the practice of mysticism there are four stages.
  2. Modular Mysticism: Seeing, 44 Seeing is the ability to tell what really is.-'
  3. Instant Enlightenment, 44 minutes duration
    How can you tell when you're enlightened?
  4. Sophisticated Sexuality, 1 hour 13 minutes duration
    Today is eternity. In eternity there is only awareness.
  5. Modular Mysticism: Dress For Power, 46 minutes duration
    The way you dress is extremely important because it demonstrates the impeccability of your spirit.
  6. Spiritual Crossroads, 1 hour 9 minutes duration
    Tonight my interest specifically is the crossroads that we come to once one has reached the point where there is no other alternative but self-discovery.
  7. How To Make Friends With God, 43 minutes duration
    God doesn't speak through words or thoughts, God doesn't speak. God is silent.
  8. The Non-Doing of Meditation, 45 minutes duration
    Consider what it is that you're trying to do. Not so much why, because I think the why eludes us all.
  9. Why Don't More Women Attain Enlightenment?, 1 hour 12 minutes duration
    If this one important subject can be correctly understood, we will understand all subjects, whereas if we fail to understand this one subject, we will fail to understand any subject.
  10. Love – The Fourth Level of Ecstasy, 1 hr 56 minutes duration
    I have spent my whole life studying love. Love has been the only thing that's ever really excited me in this world.
  11. Tibetan Yoga and Secret Doctrine, 1 hour 44 minutes duration
    The suggestion is that instead of staying with the destiny that you have now, it's possible to transcend all of that and within the structure of a lifetime to be born again many times.
  12. The Truth, 1 hour 15 minutes duration
    Tonight I would like to talk to you a little bit about spiritual metamorphosis or transformation.
  13. The Sorcerer's Explanation, 1 hour 35 minutes duration
    In self-discovery what we do is go inside someone and actually change their structure many, many, many times.

Set of 7 talks recorded at different power places in the United States

  1. Neutral Density – Continental Divide, Colorado – 46 minutes duration
    Neutral density of the perpetual being – being awareness without being aware of yourself as such.
  2. Unity – The Big Island of Hawaii – 46 minutes duration
    Making yourself available to energy, to power.
  3. Magic – Lake Tahoe, Nevada – 47 minutes duration
    The school of awareness is the school of mysticism. Mysticism is the experience of eternity, of that which lies beyond the physical phenomenal experience.
  4. Electronic Tribe – Nantucket, Massachusetts – 45 minutes duration
    The future, which occurred a long, long time ago, long before any of us can remember. The winds of time are blowing, the winds of change.
  5. Kundalini Yoga – Haleakala, Maui – 46 minutes duration
    It's the first day of August in 1985, and I'm somewhere here in the middle of eternity. Topics: Kundalini yoga, the yoga of power and energy.
  6. Power – Continental Divide, Colorado – 45 minutes duration
    You were born with a specific amount of energy. That energy came from the totality. It came from your other lives. In this lifetime, you can increase your energy or you can decrease it.
  7. Transcendentalism – Walden Pond, Massachusetts – 46 minutes duration
    Transcendentalism answers these and other questions, not so much with verbal answers or with a singular philosophy, but by suggesting that there are layers of reality, and that the average individual only sees one or two of these layers perhaps in an entire lifetime.

Set of 18 recorded talks on classical Tantric Zen and Bodhidharma Zen for students of American Buddhism

  1. Personal Power, 59 minutes duration
    Personal power – is something that's not necessarily visible.
  2. Career Success, 45 minutes duration
    Next to meditation itself, I really can't think of anything more important than the development of your career – because nothing has a greater effect on your awareness level.
  3. Happiness,  47 minutes duration
    Happiness is your life, when you let go of it a little bit more. Happiness is everything in the whole universe. It's a state of mind.
  4. Overcoming Stress, 56 minutes duration
    Stress elimination. The koan is: Life doesn't change, but you do. The world is the world. It's different than you suppose.
  5. Enlightenment, 1 hour 18 minutes duration
    The most noble of all pursuits is to be enlightened, to know truth, to have knowledge and yet be beyond even truth and knowledge, to be God.
  6. Reincarnation, 1 hour 25 minutes duration
    Past lives. Future lives. Immortality. Your purpose in this lifetime. Twin souls, soul mates and karmic connections. Past life remembrances in waking states, dreams, during meditation.
  7. Karma, 1 hour 5 minutes duration
    Karma is your own energy – the energy patterns that emanate from your life, from your actions, from your thoughts, feelings and desires, your attractions and aversions, hopes, dreams, plans and schemes – karma.
  8. Psychic Development, 48 minutes duration
    Beyond mind, beyond time, beyond space, there's immortal awareness. The universe is a giant mind. Some people have the ability to tap into that mind. We call them psychic.
  9. Zazen: Concentration and Meditation, 1 hour 3 minutes duration
    Zen – which means meditation, stopping thought – is about going beyond ideas to direct and immediate experiences.
  10. Tantric Zen, 47 minutes duration
    So what is Tantric Zen? It's inside your mind. Everything is inside your mind. Even you are inside your own mind.
  11. Developing Willpower, 54 minutes duration
    There is another possibility. One can become limitless, enlightened, aware, awakened, knowledgeable and powerful in ways that the human beings who traverse this earth cannot yet fathom.
  12. Managing and Increasing Your Energy, 39 minutes duration
    The study of Zen is the study of energy, power, knowledge and balance. It's the science of energy conservation and control.
  13. Overcoming Fears, 43 minutes duration
    I'd like to talk with you about overcoming your fears, whether they're small fears or large fears, fears that you're aware of or subconscious fears, fears that you don't know you have.
  14. Rapid Mental Development, 43 minutes duration
    What do I mean by rapid mental development? Well, rapid mental development is the escalation of consciousness.
  15. Advanced Meditation Practices, 59 minutes duration
    What do I have to say about advanced meditation? It's a feeling. It's beyond the body and beyond the mind.
  16. The Zen of Sports and Athletics, 44 minutes duration
    Preparation of the mind. All athletics, and success in sports and athletics, from the Zen point of view, comes from the mind.
  17. How To Be A Successful Student, 59 minutes duration
    We're taught how to live. We're given tasks, but no one ever really teaches us how to be a successful student.
  18. Winning, 46 minutes duration
    Today our subject is winning – the Zen of winning. Now that may seem to some like a contradictory term, which is appropriate.

Set of 27 recorded talks on classical Tibetan Buddhism and numerous aspects of American culture for students of American Buddhism

  1. Tantric Buddhism, 37 minutes duration
    We don’t believe in sin. Stupidity, yes, meaning we make ourselves or others suffer. Intelligence, yes, meaning we go beyond suffering personally or we assist others in that process.
  2. Six Worlds, 42 minutes duration
    There are six worlds. There are countless subdivisions of the six, but there are six.
  3. The Mature Monk, 31 minutes duration
    The eye of God is inside us. It’s looking through us and it sees whatever we look at. Sometimes I think we could give God better things to look at than the things we focus on, don’t you?
  4. The Natural State, 46 minutes duration
    The perfect view of existence comes from an unclouded, uncluttered life and mind whereby the radiance of perfect attention of the mind of the universe floods us at every moment.
  5. Freedom, 1 hour 17 minutes duration
    Our subject is freedom. It’s always the same. How do we become free, free from the limitations of dimensionality?
  6. Enlightenment, 27 minutes duration
    I’ve read a lot about enlightenment and thought about it quite a bit, and I find that it doesn’t have much to do with enlightenment.
  7. Self-Effort, 24 minutes duration
    Divinity does not require humanity’s understanding. It exists because it exists because it exists.
  8. Possibilities, 26 minutes duration
    Astrology is the science of time and space. It is the science of karma.
  9. The Nexus of All Pathways, 55 minutes duration
    Being on the circle of yin or yang does not necessarily mean that you will ever go beyond the circle because the source of the circle is not necessarily connected to it.
  10. The Path of Affirmation, 39 minutes duration
    Why do we meditate? Why do we engage in practices? Why bother?
  11. Buddhism, 31 minutes duration
    Buddhism is essentially the establishment of one’s mind in that which is ineffable.
  12. Computer Science, 19 minutes duration
    Some people are connoisseurs of states of mind, just as some people are connoisseurs of wine, food, countries, lovers.
  13. The Awareness of Meditation, 33 minutes duration
    Meditation is the art of breathing—breathing out and breathing in.
  14. Focus and Meditation, 25 minutes duration
    The practice of meditation is emptying the mind. When the mind is empty, completely empty, it’s perfect meditation.
  15. Professional Meditation, 26 minutes duration
    When a person has become used to meditating on a regular basis and the practice has become a part of your life, we reach a kind of threshold that some people don’t cross.
  16. The Best Meditation I Ever Had, 20 minutes duration
    The best meditation I ever had, I haven’t had yet.
  17. Metaphysics, 40 minutes duration
    The reason that you’re engaged in metaphysics is – there’s no reason, you just don’t have any choice. You couldn’t stop, no matter what you did.
  18. A Clean Room, 25 minutes duration
    The way you keep your room clean, the way you keep your life clean, is by not letting a lot of clutter in. You keep it simple.
  19. The Bhagavad-Gita, 44 minutes duration
    The Bhagavad Gita is a conversation between enlightenment and that which unknowingly seeks enlightenment.
  20. Buddhist Enlightenment, 19 minutes duration
    The essence of Buddhism is simply that the mind is forever, and that there are endless states of mind.
  21. The Path of Negation, 33 minutes duration
    But the path of negation, which is the esoteric or more advanced part of the enlightenment process, is the path of understanding. It’s the path of knowledge.
  22. Transience, 20 minutes duration
    Everything is transient and it’s a good thing, as I said. I celebrate the transient constantly. I don’t find that sorrowful in any way.
  23. Peak Experiences, 32 minutes duration
    What I’m teaching you is how to experience the manifold realities of mind, how to go places that very few people ever go, and you come back from those places different.
  24. Solstices and Equinoxes, 1 hour 3 minutes duration
    There are four times of tremendous power that occur every year, and those are the solstices and the equinoxes.
  25. Tenacity, 33 minutes duration
    An individual has to be tenacious enough to become enlightened.
  26. Buddhist Yoga, 38 minutes duration
    Nothing lasts. Consider everything that you’ve gone through and experienced thus far.
  27. Light, 14 minutes duration
    There is only black light, between the stars. It may seem that it’s darkness, but it’s really black light.

Set of 12 talks of essential coursework for students of American Buddhism

  1. Meditation, 30 minutes duration
    Meditation is a process of expanding your awareness. When you meditate you get in touch with the deepest part of yourself.
  2. Buddhism, 29 minutes duration
    The essential premise of Buddhism is that there is enlightenment, there is nirvana. Beyond this world, beyond all worlds, there is something radiant, perfect, and eternal.
  3. Power, 59 minutes duration
    Power is the active force in life. It is the force of life that makes awareness. Power is seen in the wind, in fire, in movement, physical movement, emotional movement, mental movement.
  4. Balance, 30 minutes duration
    Spiritual balance is the ability to be happy in spite of circumstances.
  5. Wisdom, 30 minutes duration
    Wisdom is the ability to do two things at once. To be in the world and of it and enjoy it, participate in it fully and successfully, and at the same time to not be here at all. To be in realms of light.
  6. Enlightenment, 30 minutes duration
    Enlightenment is the complete awareness of life without mental modification.
  7. Personal Happiness, 30 minutes duration
    What makes us happy and what increases is contact with light. The experience of light in a very pure form, if not the purest form, always creates happiness.
  8. Reincarnation, 30 minutes duration
    What’s interesting about reincarnation from the point of view of the more advanced soul is how the process works.
  9. Career Success, 30 minutes duration
    Unless you use work in a Tantric way. Unless you use work as a way of advancing yourself. And that’s how I define career success.
  10. Miracles Playing, 30 minutes duration
    Miracles. I like miracles. They inspire me. Miracles cause you to believe, to have faith in the unseen, to look further into things, deeper into things.
  11. Intermediate Meditation, 1 hour duration
    Then, in the intermediate stage, it's an opening, a deepening of one's awareness but with a focus towards the planes of light.
  12. The Enlightenment Cycle, 32 minutes duration
    Enlightenment is the complete awareness of life without any mental modifications. It is perfect light, light that has always existed, exists now and will always exist.

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