Showing posts with the label Self-realization

While One Is In Error

One is in pain while one is in error. When one is out of error one is out of pain. Thus, one should seek not to get rid of the pain but to get rid of the error. Whatever that error is, in thought/perception or in action. truth,  OdiliaCarmen

I. Only I!

Here or anywhere else. Now or any other time. I. Only I. truth,  OdiliaCarmen

That Which You Are Seeking!

We only need that which we don't have. Yet.. we won't have that which we are not! Thus, BE that which you are seeking first, so that you may truly find (that which you are seeking). truth,  OdiliaCarmen

BE That Which You Already Are

The difference between winners and losers is BRAINWASHING. Stop the struggle! Stop the fight! WAKE UP and BE that which you already are! Your pure essence that is! You have already won! truth,  Odilia Carmen

I Came To Be. Everything!

The world was full of evil. So I became good. The world was full of sorrow. So I became joy. The world was full of lack. So I became abundance. The world was full of hate. So I became love. The world was full of dark. So I became light. The world was full of death. So I became life. The world wasn't any longer... Anything. And so... I came to be. Everything truth,  OdiliaCarmen

All That You See

You are and always have been all that you see. All of it. Wake up! truth,  OdiliaCarmen

Isha Upanishad

also known as VAGASANEYI-SAMHITA-UPANISHAD, ISAVASYA or ISA-UPANISHAD for further details check  wikipedia 1. ALL this, whatsoever moves on earth, is to be hidden in the Lord (the Self). When thou hast surrendered all this, then thou mayest enjoy. Do not covet the wealth of any man! 2. Though a man may wish to live a hundred years, performing works, it will be thus with him; but not in any other way: work will thus not cling to a man. 3. There are the worlds of the Asuras covered with blind darkness. Those who have destroyed their self (who perform works, without having arrived at a knowledge of the true Self), go after death to those worlds. 4. That one (the Self), though never stirring, is swifter than thought. The Devas (senses) never reached it, it walked before them. Though standing still, it overtakes the others who are running. Matarisvan (the wind, the moving spirit) bestows powers on it. 5. It stirs and it stirs not; it is far, and likewise near. It is inside of all this, a

The Pathless Path to Immortality

"The name of Shri Bhagavan Dattatreya has occurred sometimes in these essays, but he is still practically unknown outside India. More lamentable still is the fact that although still worshipped by millions of Hindus he is thought of more as a benevolent God rather than a teacher of the highest essence of Indian thought. In the basic essence which runs through the 3 patterns of thought which I have classified as the Diamond Dharmas, we find their earliest expression in the Guru teachings of Dattatreya, which preceded them all and later became embraced in Brahma Vidya. Shri Dattatreya was a dropout of an earlier age than the period when Veda and Tantra merged to become one single cult. It was men like Dattatreya who helped to make this possible. Three of his close disciples were kings, one an Asura, and the other two belonging to the warrior caste. Dattatreya himself was regarded as an avatar of Maheshwara ( Shiva ), but later was claimed by Vaishnavas as the avatar of Vishnu. Not s

The Soul`s Journey Into God

by  St Bonaventure INTRODUCTION St Bonaventure was a Franciscan Monk born in central Italy in 1217. He joined the Order in 1243, and wrote a number of masterpieces including a biography of St Francis, and many other treatises. The most widely-known of his works is that dealt with here, "The Soul's Journey into God", a dense  summa  of medieval Christian spirituality. It is based on a vision of the Seraph, the six-winged angelic creature which had provided St Francis his critical mystical experience, and it was whilst meditating on this vision that St Bonaventure realised that "...this vision represented our father's rapture in contemplation and the road by which that rapture is reached." The actual Latin title of this work is  Itinerarium mentis in Deum , and it is of interest to this present work that Itinerarium can be translated as "plan for a journey (itinerary), which is part of the function served by any initiatory sys

Which Way?

"- Let`s meditate together... And help me to succeed being what I always desired to be. More precisely? - Positive, open to knowledge, immune to pessimism and suffering. And how do you think I could help you? - To start trusting myself and others... to open up to love... and to complete myself before others. To find myself a purpose and stop destroying myself. You can! You always can! How? - It`s enough what you transmit to be able to help a person. Though in my case I need your presence. Expand! - Your presence is all the support that I need. Why? What do you feel different in my presence? - Because I feel you.. I feel you within me, I feel what you transmit... I feel stillness. I think stillness contains all that I feel. The empty space is your support then. Therefore you do not need my presence but the empty space. You need to