Taking the Meditation To Belgium & Norway

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I had an important trip to Belgium and Norway where I met groups of remarkable people who were serious about their spiritual lives, people who showed profound gratitude and asked me to return to continue to teach the Kundalini meditation I learned from my spiritual master, Rudi. The retreat weekends forced me to tap an energy force deep inside myself and transmit Shakti to those in attendance. I discovered the only thing that grows old is the body. The chakra ...

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Happy People

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12799399_805049489600649_7667682032459597582_nHappy people don’t terrorize other people. They look for the good in humanity and accept differences of thought and opinion. The moment we say, “My way is the only way,” we become dangerous not only to ourselves but to the rest of the humanity. We separate people into well-defined boxes. They are black, white, brown or yellow; they are Christian, Jew, Moslem, Buddhist, Hindu ...

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Being Rooted

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The chitchat of emotional and mental energy exhausts most people and never gives them a moment of peace. It is rare to find a human being who lives with a quiet mind, who has inner balance and strong roots, someone who has learned the basic truths we see in nature. A tree has roots, every flower, bush, and vegetable has roots. Only people drift through life with a sense of abandonment. Even a salmon returns home to spawn.

The search for ...

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Awakenings

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When times are difficult, we wonder, “Why me? Why am I the only one on Earth who suffers?” We’re blinded to the fact that suffering is pandemic. It crosses every border. It cares little for race, social class, religion, or nationality. No one escapes it, yet everyone wonders, “Why me?” Rarely do people use their suffering to get to God. They lament, pray, and prostrate themselves, bemoan their fates, but almost never use suffering as a tool to grow. Things ...

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Thousands of Masks

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God hides behind thousands of masks. He’s a master quick-change artist, an androgynous magician, prankster, vaudeville performer, wise man, rich man beggar and fool. He never fits any singular profile. Like the wind, He changes directions, and His legerdemain bewilders the most intelligent of mortals.

We can’t look for Him. We have to feel Him in our hearts; we have to become one with His being, evolve and grow, and develop heightened awareness. If we rekindle childlike innocence and joy in our hearts, the spectacle of God ...

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If Your Heart is Open, It’s Impossible To Be Lonely…

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The spiritual practice that I learned from my teacher is often called meditation. A better word for it is “inner work.” It’s a process that goes much deeper than meditation and requires mastery of mind and breath in order to open the chakra system. Relaxation and meditation are just means of preparing one’s self for deep “inner work.” Meditators are told to listen to their breathing, to focus on the third eye or the heart center, or to just sit ...

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Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

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The past follows us wherever we go. Like a shadow, its substance-less presence haunts us, fills us with guilt, and remains a constant reminder of how many mistakes we’ve made and how difficult it is for us to correct them. We look “through a glass darkly” into a kaleidoscopic mass of particles that are barely recognizable. The good and the bad blend ...

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Wide-eyed Wonder

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Years of inner work and meditation practice have taught me that I know little or nothing about life. At first this frightened me: after so great an effort to now come up empty. I soon realized the value of knowing nothing: the entire world was at my fingertips. I could embrace life without having to defend my knowledge; I could sit in front of life and allow it to be my teacher; and best of all, I no longer had ...

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