Daily archives: December 10, 2020



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This book shows how meditation can be used to discover and harness the untapped essence of human life. Additionally, this book explores how to   utilize meditation to solve the unhappiness conundrum which exists in today’s society; where the formative years were scored by a history of life-defining traditions, resulting in cookie-cutter personalities and a mundane existence. The concept of a self-directed life, with a person being navigated towards complete mental, spiritual, physical and emotional potential has over time become a foreign concept for the benefit of an hierarchical society controlled by the rich and powerful. Seekers have failed to find solutions though traditional avenues such as the dogma preached by religious institutions, or through psychological counselling offered by mainstream society.

Meditation is a tool which can be used to find meaningful answers which will result in success and happiness. In this book, the elementary steps of meditation are first introduced, followed by the types of experiences, knowledge and wisdom that may be encountered along the way. 

The later chapters show how to take meditation to a state beyond a few minutes of musing, to a level where it becomes a whole life experience; necessary for accessing the inner recesses of the psyche in order to activate untapped abilities. 

Through meditation it will become clear how to untangle connections from the past, which have resulted in the current state of being. Furthermore, it will become possible to open a door to a future where life can be embraced in the fullest; one where the trajectory is mental, spiritual, physical and emotional happiness. The current holding pattern, created by past actions which resulted in societal slavery will be dissolved by leading a life under the command of inner spiritual guidance.

If you are prepared to embark on such a journey to discover truth, solve the unhappiness conundrum, and achieve full potential, then sit back and buckle up, for you are in for a ride of your life.

Part Nineteen: Healing

Part Nineteen: Healing

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Focus on the kind of Love which energizes life and fuels the desire to correct errors. Beware of the Love which is disguised and has intent to control or dominate. Do not give away the free will to self determine in the name of Love. Love does not control nor have expectations. Love accepts all without condition. Within the collective and in personal relationships, a bond of Love based on mutual acceptance yields only positive results. It is this form of Love which recognizes the capacity to make errors and offers the opportunity to heal them in one another. Love deeply and completely for the Light of Love which emerges from the heart will illuminate every cell within, while expanding out to touch the heart and lives of others. The desire to change in order to manifest the fullness of life is an expression of Love.

The desire to change begins with meditation. Initiate this journey with a commitment to practice each and every day. Healing meditations starts at 03:00 AM, after having four hours of sleep and followed by another four hours. Hinderances, distractions and other stumbling blocks will seek to kibosh these plans. Maintain focus on this objective. Organize daily activities to navigate life in this direction. 

In order to improve the quality of meditations, physical adjustments may be necessary in order to  improve the flow of energy within the body and its connection to the  Spirit. Healing and other enhanced capabilities becomes a natural byproduct of this journey but not the objective. 

The flow of energy within the body can be controlled with meditation. Improving the flow of energy will improve the quality of meditations. The main pipeline which connects the brain with the rest of the body runs along the spinal column. Misalignment of a single vertebrae will result in blockages that impede the flow of energy. This can be caused by accidents, abuse, repetitive stress or even poor posture. Chiropractic or osteopathic adjustments can remove such impediments. There are practitioners who are familiar with such energy work but most of the adjustments can be done under the guidance of the indwelling Spirit.

Self adjustment is possible during a meditation session but it requires patience and faith in oneself. This can be achieved by yielding control of the physical body to the indwelling Spirit. Ask the mind to take a back seat and remain silent. As a function of the body-consciousness, the physical body is always aware of what is needed to achieve perfect health. During meditation the process will be spontaneous. When the body is ready, the steps will percolate into the consciousness as an innate desire to manipulate the arms, legs, neck, head or spine. The self manipulation is performed by yielding control of the body to the Spirit. These adjustments cannot be forced nor controlled. The mind would try to interfere every step of the way by injecting its own methods using logic for justification. Exercise restraint for incorrect movements can cause harm. Success can be achieved by quieting the mind and having faith in the indwelling Spirit.

Adjusting the body to improve energy flow is an ongoing process in conjunction with personal growth. Dedicate part of a meditation session for this purpose at most once per week. Initiate the healing session by assuming a posture where the body-consciousness will find conducive to physical adjustments. This can be achieved by sitting on a firm but comfortable chair, spine gently erect, palms on the lap facing downwards and feet gently placed flat on the floor. Ask the mind to step aside and remain silent. Know that the mind is like a child with a short attention span, and will quickly interfere. When this happens, be patient and gently ask the mind to return to its place of silence. Do not dismiss the thoughts which were offered. Honour the mind by making mental notes so that they can be addressed at a more conducive time.

Even if it is not an objective, the healing process will be activated with dedication to meditation. Success often occurs within the first few sessions. The feeling of elation after experiencing success will create a desire to repeat the process. Be patient, for the body will need time to complete the adjustment in order to fully heal itself, thus the frequency of once per week. Each adjustment in the area of the spine will percolate to the various energy centres in order to complete the healing. These centres will need time for the healing process to complete. Healing can take up to seven days. Be sensitive to all physical conditions in order to become aware when the adjustments are complete.

As one becomes more proficient, the specified time chosen to meditate will feel inadequate. At this stage, the time can be increased gradually, perhaps from 15 to 20, 30 to 45, or 45-60 minutes. Sixty minutes is a sufficient goal. If there is a desire to go beyond one hour, then multiple sessions perhaps at dawn, 03:00 AM and again at dusk may serve to improve the journey.

The desire to meditate will continue to grow as positive results are realized in daily activities. The feeling of happiness and the sense calm in conjunction of improved physical and mental functions will be an incentive to invest deeper into the practice. Be patient and trust the guidance which emerges from within. Take time to contemplate personal choices, for each one is like a root which nourishes the tree to which it is connected; the tree of life. On this journey, growths which were manifested as errors are cut down and replaced with new seeds, thereby creating a beautiful tree; the symbol of a new being. Be therefore consoled in this Truth that life is being renewed on this personal journey of success and happiness.

Life will no longer be the same. Sensitivity to self and others will grow. Emotions will touch the deepest recesses of the soul. The world would feel like it is upside down when there is injustice, betrayal, or any form of disappointment. Love will take on a different meaning where everyone will be accepted regardless of condition. Love will radiate from every cell of the body and through every thought in the mind. Love will be expressed as compassion. When asked, the heart will choose to give freely without expectations. Empathy for the disenfranchised will translate into kindness, charity and imparting of hope. An attitude of thankfulness will fill the new consciousness which is being reborn and create a state of happiness which extends to the depths of the subconscious.


Part Eighteen: The Book of Errors

Part Eighteen: The Book of Errors

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Society can be defined as a group of vastly different individuals coming together for a single purpose. The same definition applies to families, organizations and even personal relationships. Distinct from the whole is the role of the individual; each with a different function, coexisting with the collective. Each person is unique and propelled by personal responsibility for current and future states of being. When a single cell within the body ails, the whole body feels the impact. It is the same with the collective. Disfunction occurs when one individual is out of harmony with the whole. On this journey, life will not synchronize with the collective as the individual will forge unique personal perspectives and face the challenge of being different.

Within society, no one person is perfect. All have erred. Somewhere in the past, the direction of life changed because of personal choices made in error. Errors are the consequences of choices based on  fear, instead of the Love and Truth. These are the errors which are responsible for the current state of the mind. Identifying, reversing, and correcting them is the objective at that stage of the journey. The road to victory starts here. 

All that is understood about life and its purpose is limited by the capabilities of the mind. Much like a computer, the capabilities of each person are defined by a series of programs held within the mind. For example, morality is one of these ‘programs’ created  with the assistance of parents and society. Life is dynamic in nature because programs can be added, changed or deleted as a function of the free will. Exercising the free will to choose is an innate power to enact self determination. Meditation is the key which can open a doorway that leads beyond the confines of the mind’s programming  to the totality of existence. It is the doorway to Truth.

The development of the mind can be paralleled with the upgrading of a computer. Installing new software on top of an old operating system can cause unexplainable errors. It is much like placing a patch on a tattered garment; it will only create a larger rend. Experts always advise to first, erase the old operating system and its programs before the installing new software. This method would result in a more efficient and reliable computer. To fulfill the purpose for being here on earth at this time, patterns or programs which define the mind must first be disassembled, removed and then intentionally rebuilt from the ground up upon a foundation of Truth. As described earlier, this process symbolizes death and rebirth.

On life’s journey of reprogramming, in which the mind has been seeded during meditation, the indwelling Spirit will assume the drivers seat. Physical and mental adjustments resulting from dietary changes, in conjunction with meditation will result in a shift in consciousness where the mechanics of the psych will become visible, revealing errors which were engineered into its structure. Parameters will also become visible to reverse engineer the structure so it can be rebuilt with new programming. Dietary changes will flush toxins from the body, improving the efficiency of the endocrine system. Spirit will have the ability to direct the flow of hormones to energy centres which results in a change in attitude towards life. This change will impact both the physical and mental conditions and result in an innate desire to manifest Love and Truth in all situations, thereby dissolving the errors held within the mechanics of the mind. 

With Spirit, (the archetype of life sitting in the drivers seat) life will undergo many changes resulting from reprogramming the mind. Life will feel different. Situations will be approached with different attitudes and expectations. Errors will become visible during routine daily activities. It will become so clear that the errors being encountered were the architects of an old way of life and must be reassessed within a new paradigm, one of Love and Truth. The innate desire to manifest Love and Truth will be compelling.

Hasten not to act impulsively but instead take a deep breath and exercise patience, yielding command to Spirit. Observe the feelings which are emerging from within. Observe the attitudes, emotions and expectations which are appearing from the mind. Observe the physical reaction within the body. This is the juncture between reliving old patterns and rebuilding the mechanics of the psyche upon the foundation of Love and Truth. An opportunity is being presented to regain that which was lost in the past by allowing fear to motivate, thereby allowing errors to take seed. It is an opportunity to end external domination and to reassert individuality and self-determination. 

Keep detailed notes in a journal as errors are encountered. Include the date and time of the events and outline the roles of all involved. Describe personal attitudes, the state of the conscience, and the feelings experienced before, during, and after. The value of a journal is found in reviewing the written events at a more contemplative time in order to find solutions. Some answers may be obvious, whereas others may appear during meditation or in the dream state. Be patient and persevere and these answers will come. On this journey, looking through eyes of the indwelling Spirit will forever be a source of Truth. Include solutions as they appear and when successfully applied. The journal will create a road map of progress and ultimately become a personal manual of instruction.

Healing is a silent and invisible force which occurs during the process of reengineering the psyche. Certain errors will manifest as physical or mental conditions. Dissolving the error will consequently dissolve the condition, enabling the body to restore itself to a natural state, which is perfect health. The resulting healing may be invisible to the mind or seen as the miracle of healing. Certain conditions are connected to karmic issues originating in previous lives and may be healed in the current lifetime or require multiple lives to be addressed. Some conditions may be the result of personal choice due to a karmic commitment. Many of these remain unexplained in the medical field, such as cancer, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, schizophrenia, genetic diseases and autoimmune disorders, to list just a few.

When travelling an old road with new attitudes and expectations, situations will always appear to challenge both the mind and the body. Avoid negative thoughts and instead view them as opportunities to fulfill a purpose by dissolving the errors. Victory will be dependent on the ability to manifest the power of the free will to maintain course. Know that the strength and the courage lies deep within, and victory is only a choice. Nurture an attitude of expectancy where the road being travelled is paved with discarded errors.

Know the elements of life which lie within and learn how to recognize them. Love, Truth, Peace, Patience and Creativity are facets of the indwelling Spirit. Like seeds, they wait patiently to be nurtured so they can grow and blossom into happiness. Learn how to recognize when life is on a pathway navigated by the compass pointing to happiness. Embrace the opportunities at hand by being aware and vigilant at all times.

Choose a new name, one which represents the new person that is being built. Visualize a rock, sturdy and unmovable; a rock of Truth which symbolizes the new person being created. Meditate upon the desire to find a name and allow it to emerge from within. The mind would seek to intervene and offer many names. Be thankful for the kindness being offered and respectfully decline. With an attitude of expectancy, the answer will come. A name will appear in the consciousness, one which resonates with the commitment to the Journey. Patience, Rock, Hope, Kind One, Penitent, Joy, Faith are a few examples. Honour this name as it is sacred. Share it with no one, for it is a symbol of a sacred being. Hold the name within the consciousness at the start of each meditation session.  

Nurture the virtues of the Spirit. The mind and body must always be prepared, for the time and place of the next challenge is unknown. Do not be caught unprepared. External aids can serve as reminders to always be alert. For example, an arm band made of beads or seeds was used by certain indigenous tribes to symbolize the start a new journey or a new commitment. Some may prefer a mantra such as, “I Am All That I Am”, “I Am Love” or “I Am Truth”, to serve as reminder. Mantras can be effective when repeated at scheduled times, such as before sleep, in the morning or before each meal. Again, it is a personal journey and all aspects should remain private-including the mantra or any other symbol; otherwise there is a potential to become prideful thereby allowing valuable energy to escape. Personal aids will be unique to each person. Questions will arise from friends and family regarding the new source of happiness and the new path. Be forthcoming if there are earnest questions. Be not prideful in knowing that at this stage, the student becomes the teacher. 


Part Seventeen: The Road to Victory

Part Seventeen: The Road to Victory

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Love and Truth are forces which exist everywhere in the universe. They touch everything. They touch every cell within the human body and can be felt in moments of silent contemplation. This journey is about aligning the psyche with them in order to change life forever.  This is the purpose of life here in this realm and victory is achieving this purpose.

The mind is constantly undergoing change, without being consciously aware that new ideas and perspectives are being assimilated. The human body is an amazing mechanism with the ability to adapt to its surroundings. Under the command of the subconscious, the body and mind will adjust in response to changes in the physical and mental environment. For example, the body has been gradually adjusting to an increasingly toxic atmosphere. Since this change is gradual, the mind is oblivious to what is occurring and moves on to accept the new reality as normal. It is important to recognize that changes are not only physical. For example, personality adjustments will occur with the ever shifting landscape of morals. Again, the mind would be blind to this occurrence. The environment and morals are just two examples. The integration of new technology which then becomes a way life is another powerful example. Evolution may be an appropriate term for this process; as physical and mental changes have been occurring since time immemorial based on the lived experiences and environments of any given person. Governments, churches and industry all use the nature of the human psyche as a weapon of control. Often, it is for political and financial benefit. It is important to realize however, that such controls are ineffective if the mind is firmly grounded in Truth. A lifestyle which incorporates meditation follows the path of Truth.

Meditation is not simply musing or being quiet for an extended period of time. With dedication, it evolves into a lifestyle where time is systematically set aside to introspectively seek a connection to the true self; the source of Truth. It is about finding the doorway which exposes the mechanics of the psyche. It is also about opening the door to the true nature of self. To explain, in the meditative state, patterns which define the psyche are set aside for a time to expose the true self. It is a vantage point where the Spirit can observe the conscious and subconscious. From this position, the Spirit can take the driver’s seat and rather than following patterns established by the past, life can be navigated in a different direction. The journey onward will feel different; significantly more positive and calming. Instead of feeling like a leaf being tossed about on stormy waters, it becomes a lifestyle which is filled with a sense of stability and purpose; much like a vessel being navigated through still waters.

Food intake is also a process which is integrated into society as a lifestyle. The attitude towards food holds the power to redefine the nature of the physical. For example, fancy dinners have become a courting ritual. Bottomless buckets of wings and fries have become a ritual when watching sports. Visiting buffet restaurants is often an excuse to overindulge through lunchtime meetings. Supersizing with extra sugar, salt and fat creates very desirable indulgences that are popular in many countries. These practices result in poor nutrition and subsequently, illnesses such obesity and heart disease. Walking away from these practices is a positive step-but cannot be successfully achieved by simply eating purely salads, reducing caloric intake, or even through bursts of deprivation or starvation. Additionally, a brisk bout of physical activity such as walking, running or other forms of exercising does not negate the act of overindulging. The body will revolt when mistreated in this way. Such remedial measures can only be sustained temporarily, as old habits will return, and with greater strength.

Overindulgence in any form is self abuse and results in disease. It may take weeks, months or years to reverse negative patterns, but the impact on the body will eventually manifest. Changing these patterns requires a change in lifestyle, one which excludes activities where there is a potential for self indulgence such as going to the sports bar, meeting friends at the buffet restaurant or impressing a potential mate at expensive restaurants. Perhaps ‘friends’ who wish to meet at buffet restaurants or at the sports bars are not the type of people who are conducive to a healthy lifestyle. A walk in the park and a picnic lunch would offer greater opportunities to reveal the nature of people hoping to be mates. 

Exercising the free will to choose a lifestyle which includes a healthy diet is the first step. Excluding activities which are not conducive to this lifestyle will be the next challenge; one which will impact every aspect of life including everyday routines, relationships and even the circle of ‘friends’. By following a proper diet, the body will radiate health and meditations will be deeper. 

Choosing a healthy lifestyle is an important step on the meditation journey. Food holds the power to define and redefine the nature of the physical. Similarly, what enters the mind through meditation holds the power to define and redefine the whole person. A lifestyle which involves meditation is a challenge much greater than changing dietary routines. Not only will it require mental preparation, but one must be prepared to face the fallout of a changing psyche. Based on the level of commitment, significant changes will occur as old patterns are replaced with new ones. As this happens, realize  it is the purpose of the journey. This is the process of redefining the psyche with patterns which are underlined by Love and Truth. This is the stage of the metaphorical death and rebirth. Sacrificing the old patterns and an old way of life symbolizes death. Rebuilding life with new patterns creates a new psyche, thus a new person is born as symbolized by rebirth or resurrection. 

The journey towards rebirth is both a significant commitment and a sacrifice. It requires sacrificing the patterns which previously defined the present life. People, places and things which do not contribute positively to the new and desired lifestyle must be abandoned. The new lifestyle will also come with its challenges. For example, it is important to consider what happens when travelling on an airplane at a time scheduled for meditation. Similarly, one should think ahead to what will happen when friends and family visit at a time that is scheduled for meditation. In order to honour the personal commitment to a new lifestyle, friends and relationships will have to change. These are just two examples where change would be required while navigating through uncharted and tempestuous waters towards a new life.

When fear knocks on the door with logical reasons to give up this lifestyle and turn back, remember it is a commitment made out of Love for oneself. It is out of this Love that difficult choices must be made in order to reap the benefits of eternal joy. This leads one to consider: is a party with friends and family more important than walking the path of personal Truth? Is avoiding embarrassment on an airplane more important than excusing oneself from the conversation for thirty minutes of silence? 

It is evident that being committed to a new lifestyle requires implementing many difficult changes in everyday activities. Living the Truth will always require challenging choices to be made. There is one consolation however; once the journey has progressed to this stage, the state of inner peace, happiness and the feeling of accomplishment would overshadow the anguish of difficult challenges. It is the road to victory.