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Free Yourself From The Matrix

 

Humans are spiritually born free, but in the global Matrix net, we suffer at the hands of the Controllers. They create fear in us, while they tap our phones, hack our computers and watch over us with a million cameras. Meanwhile, they legislate endlessly to impede every commercial activity, while feeding themselves and their importance.

 

We have a spiritual duty to try and break free.

 

What is the Matrix?

 

The matrix is designed to keep you asleep, to keep you a slave to yourself and to your job. While inside the matrix, you live a life of fear, and you drown in debt as a superficial commercially driven consumer. It is designed to keep you living a mundane existence, completely unaware of your Infinite Self, and unlimited potential.

 

Think of the way most people live: they force themselves to wake up in the morning, dress up, drive straight to work, drive back home about 8 hours later, watch TV, and sleep, only to repeat the same routine next day for almost their entire lives.

 

We consider this kind of living as normal and even healthy, but if you stop and think about it, it’s not healthy at all. Life is very sacred and wonderful, and instead of making the most out of it, we choose to waste it just because we have been programmed to do so.  Read more

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Merging With Your Infinite Self Meditation

 

You can record the following meditation and play back for your personal use. Or you may click on the following link to listen to the video recording: Merging With Your Infinite Self Meditation

 

Background Information

 

In this meditation, your Infinite Self and your Soul are used interchangeably, and refers to the same Being. However, for clarification, your Soul is a stepdown version and smaller aspect of your Infinite Self which is omnipotent and omniscient.

 

As you connect to the loving consciousness of your Infinite Self, life becomes more flowing. Your priorities change. You feel more confident because you know that you are one with the Source of all life and will always have all you need. There is a rhythm of peace, joy and lightness in your life.

 

You can do this meditation in a sitting or lying down position. Read more

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I AM THAT By Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

 

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Background Information

 

Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj’s I AM THAT is one of my favorite books of all times. Nisargadatta’s words are transformational and cut like a razor to the core of our being, opening us up to the truth of who we are.

 

Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj (1897-1981) lived and taught in a small apartment in the slums of Bombay. A realized master of the Tantric Nath lineage, he supported himself and his family by selling cheap goods in a small booth on the streets outside his tenement for many years.

 

His life exemplified the concept of absolute non-duality of being. His teaching style was simple, direct and immensely profound. His terse but potent sayings are known for their ability to trigger shifts in consciousness, just by hearing or reading them.

 

I AM THAT (first published in 1973) is regarded by many as a modern spiritual classic. It continues to draw new audiences and to enlighten those seeking Self-Realization.   Read more

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Taoist Guide To The Infinite Self: Free And Flow

 

We are not our physical body, mind, emotions, beliefs, nationality, gender or religion. We are an infinite being that is borrowing a body from the Source. We came to the third dimension to experience life and to transcend.

 

We are all eternal and infinite. All events on the earth plane, positive or negative, are just part of our journey from ego to Spirit.

 

Once we accept the infinity within us, life becomes sacred. In embracing our spiritual journey, we live a life that is true and meaningful. It takes us from the world of ego, glamour and illusion, into the spirituality of Nature and the Infinite Self.

 

Spirituality is having the Tao in our heart. It is to embrace the beauty and sacredness of life, to embrace the little things, to embrace the softness and the silence, the yin. It’s the process of becoming an invisible person.  Read more

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Taoist Guide To The Infinite Self: Power Comes From Discipline

 

The journey toward the Infinite Self is one of discipline. It isn’t an easy journey.

 

In his profoundly life changing book, Infinite Self: 33 Steps to Reclaiming Your Inner Power, Stuart Wilde choreographed the mysteries of life into a series of practical steps to help us become masters of ourselves. He explains that the spiritual journey is a tough one because it’s the journey wherein you’re going to disempower the ego from its control in your life. This involves discipline.

 

How much discipline you can impose upon yourself is up to you. At the beginning you need enormous amounts because the mind is tough. Later on, you can forgo quite a lot of the disciplines, because by then you will have gotten into absolute control of your mind and your emotions. You will have a very strong sense of that infinity within you, so the disciplines can be eased off.

 

But without discipline, you really don’t have much of a chance. Discipline is something you take on joyously and willingly because you know it raises your energy and quiets the mind. Read more

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Taoist Guide To The Infinite Self: God Is Within

 

Tao Te Ching

 

Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu has influenced my spiritual understanding and journey to enlightenment. I like the beautiful simplicity of the Tao. It is not a religion, but rather a spiritual and philosophical idea. It makes suggestions rather than offering dogma, regulations and hierarchies.

 

The first four lines of the Tao Te Ching:

 

The Tao that can be spoken is not the eternal Tao

The name that can be named is not the eternal name

The nameless is the origin of Heaven and Earth

The named is the mother of myriad things

 

The God Force

 

The Tao represents the Source or the God Force. The Source, the Infinite Self, the Christ Consciousness, the God Force, the Tao, the Buddhahood are all names for the same Eternal Essence. It runs through all things; it’s everywhere, so it has no definitions. Read more