The Secret Mystery Of Man
HOW to Keep A MAn Addicted to you?
I remember my Dad toil at work and my Mom as a homemaker doing her best to make us comfortable. Both had differences but these differences never lasted in their relationship.
Whatever my Dad bought for us was so much appreciated by my Mom and my Dad used to praise Mom for the cooking even though sometimes it tasted awful.
As the only kid for them I wondered why these two had these appreciations going on, was this just a pact or was it genuine?
Over the years in my own life I have seen relationships fall apart and Women not realizing what is that “Little Big Secret” that holds a man onto her.
HOW THEN TO KEEP A MAN DESIRING YOU? HOW THEN TO KEEP A MAN ADDICTED TO YOU?
He Doesn’t REALLY Want the Perfect Woman
He Wants These 3 Things from You Instead…
How much time do you spend trying to be the kind of woman you think men want?
If you’re like most women, it’s a LOT. You spend all this time making yourself look sexy and attractive.
All this time presenting yourself as fun, interesting, worldly, and not needy in the slightest. You spend all this time showing him just how good you’d be for him… How amazing his future would be if he chose you as the woman by his side…
And it doesn’t work. It never works. WHY? Why do you work so hard… And the guy in your life just takes you for granted, if he even notices you at all? It’s probably because he’s immature, right? He can’t recognize a good thing until it’s gone. Or maybe… It’s because you’ve been doing all the work for him.
If He Doesn’t Work for Your Relationship, He Won’t Value It
What men value most are those things they have to work hard to get.
Hand a man a college diploma, and he won’t value it as much as if he’d had to put in years of study and effort to earn it.
Hand a man the perfect girlfriend, and he won’t value her as much as if he’d had to woo her for weeks just to get her to go out with him. This is why playing hard to get works.
But, as you’ve probably already noticed…
There’s a BIG problem with playing hard to get. That strategy stops working once he’s actually got you.
Something happens when guys decide they’ve won you. It’s almost like they think, “Game over.” Their minds are already on their next challenge. What is going on?!
And how can you stop it from wrecking your relationship?
It’s Not Just You—ALL Women Experience This
Many women give up on love. They never let themselves get too close to a man, for fear of scaring him off. But other women try a different approach. They get help. Relationship coach James Bauer is one of the people they turn to.
He noticed that many clients were coming to him, complaining about guys who were blowing hot and cold. Everything would be going great, and then it was like…
Something would change overnight.
A guy who’d been warm, affectionate and interested would suddenly become distant. He’d no longer have any time for her. He wouldn’t smile in greeting. He’d stop making eye contact. His kisses were brusque. Wanting to help his clients, James investigated.
And what he discovered made sense of everything. He knew why these men were backing away. He knew what they needed … and what they weren’t getting.
It didn’t come down to anything wrong with these women.
Rather, it all came down to something he called “The Hero Instinct.”
Most Women Do Something that Drives Men Away…
Without Ever Realizing It
One of the most wonderful things about women is how naturally caring they are.
Look at you. You’re always there for your guy. You look after him. You always make time for him. You’d do anything for him.
You never realize that, in the process…
You’re actually taking something away from him. You’re taking away his purpose.
You see, he wants to be your hero. He doesn’t want you to be his hero.
Men love heroes. Look at how many grown men are still fascinated by Marvel comics and superhero movies.
Every man on Earth, from the time he was a boy, dreamed of growing up to be the kind of hero who would save the world—and get the girl at the same time.
Most men don’t get to indulge their world-saving side in their 9-5 jobs.
Circumstances don’t call for them to rip off their corporate ties and spring into action, revealing their superman side. Maybe they can’t save the world. But they can still get the girl.
Getting the girl is a worthy challenge for an ordinary guy with the heart of a superhero. It takes superhuman confidence. Superhuman charm. Superhuman immunity to pain. Now, all he needs to find is…
A girl who needs a hero. Do You Need a Hero? Let me guess… That’s not you.
You’re strong. You’re independent. You can fix a leaky faucet. You can drive a stick shift. You can take care of yourself. You’re never going to make that Jerry Maguire mistake of looking for a man to complete you.
Instead, you have a lot to offer a man. You’re generous. Kind. Loving. Giving to a fault. All you want is to find a man who’s willing to receive all you have to give.
And that’s why heroes aren’t showing up in your life. That’s why you’ve ended up with so many takers instead. Guys who take everything you have and leave you high and dry. If you want a hero, then you need to advertise for one. Here’s how.
3 Ways You Can Invite a Hero into Your Life, Starting TodayAsk A Guy For Help
1.Ask a guy for Help
Ask him for advice on buying a new computer. Ask him to listen to that weird rattling sound that’s started up in your car. Ask him to reach something on the top shelf. Then thank him warmly, with a great big smile of appreciation. No, that doesn’t make you needy. It makes you a woman with space for a man in her life.
2. Take pleasure in male company.
Guys love women who appreciate men for just being men. So what if his apartment is a shrine to sports? So what if he spends hours on his fantasy football team? So what if his idea of a clean shirt is the one with the fewest wrinkles? He’s a guy. It’s okay. You don’t need him to be more like you, because you’ve got the feminine side of the gender equation covered.
3.Let him earn your respect.
Superheroes love challenges. They don’t want to be given a gold medal just for showing up. They don’t want your love handed to them on a plate. They want to earn it. There’s one thing they crave even more than a woman’s eternal enduring love: A challenge. So give him opportunities to prove himself. You don’t have to do the work of winning him over. Sit back, relax, and allow him the pleasure of winning your admiration.
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Life Is When You Live It
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Life is not something that can be given or taken. It has to be felt the way it should be. It is not enough to say that breath and a beating heart is life.
If you begin to accept your state and situation and not think about next thing happening, then that is the reality of Life. Well, a beating heart ensures that life is sustained, but what works is the realization of life itself. It's being "in it" that gives "oneship" with it. If you are "out of it" then you are nothing but flesh. It's not how much time we spend in contemplation but how much the contemplation has taught us.
Life looks for ways in this body to live in oneness with life. The very purpose of God to use the flesh is to live life and be able to see and feel the way life feels and finds itself. The life of a man is a mirror to what we call God. It is in that, that God is able to see. If you want to see God then you have to know life and when you know it, you will able to find God staring right down at you. That is the purpose most of us fail to comprehend. It really doesn’t care about your opinions and doctrines or how much Church you do but only cares about the truth of life.
5 simple feelings that let you know that you are actually living.
- If you are joyful without reason
- If you feel grateful for the sun, and nature around.
- If you feel happy that you have a body today that helps you breathe
- If you thankful for seeing others as yourself trying to express themselves
- If you are so very thankful for the wrong things and you are able to make sense why they happened to you.
A man who hasn’t found himself is worst than an animal that actually loves life and lives it.
Go explore, contemplate, and apply your learnings every day in your life, most of all enjoy this wonderful opportunity.
Is Yoga Meditation an illogical conclusion of Staying still And Sitting?
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Meditation has always been a logical challenge for the Conditioned Mind. We can never imagine a three-year-old to sit still and contemplate, or as adults even think of luring a material mind into a profit just by doing nothing. The illogical nature of Meditation often poses a serious rational challenge to many who are willing to take the plunge and explore the unknown. Much has been said and experiences have been published by marketing promotions on this practice, that we now call Meditation.
Often as confusing as it seems, it does pose a difficult question on why people would want to pursue this. Has it not been here before, if yes, why now?
Is it because society is now beginning to feel enslaved that it is rediscovering the root of its own unknown? Or perhaps we tried everything and failed, and here comes the wonder pill.
The Reality of Meditation:
If one is searching for an objective reality and rationalized approach of understanding then meditation is just simply not the approach. It is the place beyond what lies yonder and yet right here and now. Complicated as it may sound, it is a relative reality that is on the threshold of the unknown side of the mind. Just like the dark side of the moon, it has always been there but no one's seen it. If one would like to know this unknown side and open to relative reality where the possibilities are infinite. Only then the practice of meditation makes sense.
Meditation Technique: The First Principle.
Amongst many techniques, the first principle has been always the "stilling of the mind". How can one stop the chatter of voices in the head, when he identifies himself with the mind? The best way is as Sri Ramana Maharishi says is to change the vantage.
Drop the false identity of the mind, and take the mind and body in a separate plane. Then what remains is the Absolute reality. Observe the mind and the objective reality and one will be able to understand the relativity of his existence and the causal mode of life.
Perhaps Einstein did take a hint from this to postulate his theories. The real formless self is waiting to be found. Jesus also teaches to seek God with all your heart and mind and God will seek you. It is just a different way of seeking and finding the unknown and rediscovering oneself as a part of the whole.
Is Sitting and doing Nothing, actually doing Something?
Weird isn't t? Let's find out.
Sitting is recommended as it offers a relaxed posture between sleep and wakefulness. It does give the mind a signal to calm its penchant for worry and pursuit of knowledge. In this state, one can then relieve oneself from the mind/body viewpoint and perch himself on the vantage of observation. In this sense, the mind is actually doing nothing but the real self is drawing the essence and wisdom for the deep unknown by just being there without any effort or control.
- In the practice of Meditation one is actually doing a lot of things simultaneously.
- Observing the mind and slowing it down
- Dumping the conditioned mind based knowledge and seeking real wisdom.
- Mindfulness in knowing the true self.
- Discovering existence.
- Going home where one has always been.
- Reliving the joy of fulfillment in his destiny in the current expression of the body.
And much more.
In Zen, if one is not able to relate to life's spontaneity and bliss it is often joked about saying
You have been Sitting here for so long and still not found it
So much so, in the practice of Zen, meditation is a granted pre-condition in the pursuit of self-discovery.
Meditation and Children
Sadhguru says paraphrased
Until We Teach The Child What Didn't Work For Us. He/She Is Absolutely Fine.
Jesus also mentions
Truly I Tell You, Unless You Change And Become Like Little Children, You Will Never Enter The Kingdom Of Heaven
Both references as ironical as they seem, seem to be pointing towards the same "Truth".
Meditation is a naturally unnatural practice, that can help in siphoning Divine Wisdom rather than relying on known knowledge and principles of the objective world. It does help understand how the illogical the condition of mind can change the course of a deceitful position on reality into the "Veritas Of Truth"
What is The Minds Role in Engaging with Spiritual Power?
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The mind does not take its initial step to cross over the fearfulness of the unknown because it believes it is in charge and does not comprehend the unknown as reality. It relies on the physical projection of images and labels to understand its position as an independent entity. The reality of an absolute "Spirit" or the "Real Self" always remains a mystery to it. It vibrates within a frequency of "The Known" doctrine and beliefs handed over by generations before.
It's only when the mind questions these established doctrines it becomes a starting point to self-inquiry. When there is this immense need to validate these traditions and meanings behind these doctrines then the path arises to enquire. It’s not just to enquire but to have an insatiable desire to enquire and self-attest the practice of these norms. So much to say it has to get to the new normal post inquiry.
What is evident in the pursuit of self-inquiry is that there lies a space yonder that is beyond the reach of the mind
A dark space where everything begins and ends. The very space that is home to all. That very space that is all pervasive and all-inclusive. That which contains and excludes all known and unknown, things of the mind.
So, then at this the point of enormity, the mind comes to the conclusion that it's beyond its reach and its fundamental function to be able to know, assimilate and relate to the current reality, it submits to the grace of that space.
It accepts and realizes the insanity of its pursuit of perfection. It then comes to submission and ceases to believe that it is in control when everything that is in control works according to a grand design and process.
It feels inadequate to even think that it can make a difference on its own. It will rise to a high note in wisdom and accepts its new low in knowledge.
It takes on a reverse route ceasing to think first in known knowledge but waits on wisdom from the space and then converts the wisdom to knowledge in the practical world.
When the mind is subject to the space of the supreme spirit, it doesn’t process information into knowledge but reflects the wisdom.
There is no resistance to think and process but just reflects the "as is", serving as a mirror into the spirit always. Man would get the glimpses of this supreme power residing inside when he is able to see, witness and reflect the awesomeness of the divine unknown.
In Latin, Rudolf Otto calls this mysterious feeling as "Mysterium Tremendrum et Magnificans", then experienced by early Mystic Christian saints. Mary Magdalene in the lesser known esoteric accounts describes Jesus as both magnificent and fearful. Fearful in the sense of the unknown awesomeness.
Spiritual power effects or otherwise miracles are the outcomes from such individuals who have a zero friction to mind with total emptiness. This access and demonstration of power are meant for a greater cause, in the purchase and acceptance of the ignorant.
Shirdi Sai Baba said (paraphrased) “I would be happy if one does not look at the hand that is doing the miracles but the spirit inside the man that is doing it”. It’s a way to show that access to the unknown, that which cannot be proved by science or any known methods to the mind, can be possessed by anyone with a still and empty mind.
"ye can do greater miracles than me"
The mind is the greatest tool that can be used to shine the glory within. A proven tool that has been, effectively demonstrated by Saints, Prophets, and Avatars.
Do Spiritual Masters Get Angry?
The popular view of a realized person is that they are compassionate, loving and are always at a standard that serves itself to be an epitome of a Godly character. This view is often held in a high esteem by the devotees in general. The message from the master is received as dear to one’s own heart, much like a gospel. It is much easier to acknowledge the message and surface dwell than to walk the talk with the enlightened. The enlightened do not look to document every proceeding that issues out of a dialogue with his audience, he is like a well without a bottom but, it is the intellectually inclined follower that would like to document, amplify his sayings and evangelize them further. In this effort, the enamored intellectual student focusses on the result rather than the process of the teaching. In the effort of painting a good story, he concentrates on the blissfulness that can be absorbed in or negatively describes the hardships one must face to reach the teaching. In either case, he is not actually getting into the shoes of the master and de-rails the message in totality.
It is much easier to acknowledge the message and surface dwell than to walk the talk with the enlightened.
Most of the written accounts of spirituality are the products of one-time visitors, but not from the ones that really live with the master. So what is much evident is the lacking of the routine observations on the master's day to day life. Even though sometimes a certain oddity may be observed, there is little or no focus as it provides little value to a hungry mind of the follower which is eagerly trying to sort its problems.
The Vedantic schools in the Gurukul system in India, as well as the Zen Masters Schools of the Orient, have stressed upon the discipleship to understand the practical application of realization in relation to worldly life. In my opinion, this was by far the most practical mix in the system of spiritual and classical intense education.
The Gurus and Zen masters had certain eccentricities about them in their actions, their way was queer to the new incumbents into the system. In places like India and The Orient, the young students are accustomed to the way of the master, but some from the West may find the system bit complicated and difficult to digest. The "Karate Kid" movie is one such example, where the student had a tough time to understand the master's way to success. In this film, the training was not at all " on subject” at the beginning, with the student having to go through peripheral skills first in order to reach his goal of the real thing. The Zen master always had a small bamboo stick that would land on the student followed by a Koan. The self-enquiring Koan is a way of titillating the mind to give up the material world and to search the spiritual realm for answers and was an effective tool unleash the hidden wisdom.
The self-enquiring Koan is a way of titillating the mind to give up the material world and to search the spiritual realm for answers and was an effective tool unleash the hidden wisdom.
Another angle was the master's mysterious ways to handle a problem. Before turning the water to wine Jesus asked for water to be filled in the jars, people were taken aback at the connection of water with wine. Mary, his mother had to intervene and convince them to do as he says. It is that intimacy and discipleship that is necessary to unveil the understanding of a master.
So again the biggest issue still remains that they used to get angry at reasons that may seem normal to humans. Historical accounts mention that they were instances in the normal life of sages who had a community responsibility often flew off the handle.
Here are few instances that got the masters started off on a tantrum:
- The Hypocrisy Of Attitude: Maharishi Sri Ramana's anger on the person feeding puffed rice to the peacock. What seemed like a lovely sight, full of love and compassion in feeding an animal to a normal person, had a different effect on the Sage instead. He was angered at the man and asked him to leave immediately and go back to the place he came from. Sri Ramana could see through the outward intent of the man and into his spirit to score false points on realization with his master.
- Monetizing a Holy Place: Jesus's Anger in the temple: What is normal is to have some kind of commercial activity in a community center such as the synagogue in those days. The only instance where he was supposed to have an outburst of flinging things around explains his frustration towards using the context of spiritual congruence for monetization.
The anger of the Master is not ego driven but a culmination of an intense protest of the spirit against the leanings of his disciples on the material world and the limitations of the mind induced self-identity. By understanding this, one can help himself to realize the root cause of his own anger. Is it because of a damaged Ego? Or a reaction to an instance that again hurt his beliefs etc. In any case, one's anger must be dealt with by centering himself in his true spirit within and remove the main cause, that he identifies with. At least one can be clear now that the anger energy that the masters used to drive home the point is to get their disciples to learn the way of the spirit within.
When I Met Me
The World views the mind as the representation of the embodied self. Somehow I always felt that it is what we "think" we are and not how we "feel" we are. For a long time, I had an aversion to a nameplate with a degree or a visiting card with my designation. The fascination of inscribing something that I earned by the virtue of being true to the conditioned mind didn’t quite go down as a true representation of the real "me".
I am sure many of us felt at some point or the other, that we were playing it for the sake of personal reasons. We have had fleeting moments of being in the arms of comfort, but when the call for providing for the family came, we responded selflessly. As the gong bell of the society sounded our commitment to modern slavery was heard, and we took the call.
We could not dig into the depths of reality for the fear of losing the hard earned money that our parents sent us to school for. The felt the fear of losing the ability to lean on a corporate entity to pay our bills.
We were ingrained with the notion of inadequacy, insufficiency, and poverty, and then the knowledge of the world preceded all understanding. It's like as if the auction began even before the seller was ready to sell.
I never saw a four-year-old go to school with a smiling face. It’s as if a free being was forced into the drudgery of our modern society and we are directly or indirectly responsible for it.
We got used to living on the surface of shiny niceties that merely gave us a first-class seat on our standard of living, but also therein lies the mundane self of being bored of it all.
The freedom of existence is a built-in mechanism for this universe. All things that appear to the naked eye and those that are hidden work together harmoniously.
The wisdom of Solomon once spoke
"It is God's privilege to conceal things and the King's privilege to discover them".
To me, the world seemed like a pointless gyration of mass and evil at the beginning. But then in my mind, it was made clear that it was not so when I decided to get into the center of the circle.
Living life in the center of a circle has a very different view than the living on the edge. The things, circumstances, people all seem to look different, in a nice way. I began to realize our own essence in the grand scheme of things. However minuscule that I may seem to look in relation to the universe, I felt oneness with it.
I began to realize our own essence in the grand scheme of things. However minuscule that I may seem to look in relation to the universe, I felt oneness with it.
The nature of duality and time doesn’t seem to exist anymore. I began to see the real "truth" for myself. Not that which was taught but that which is endorsed by my own empirical evidence. Concepts and beliefs will have no place in this place. We begin to feel what we are already blessed with. We begin to see the paper behind the print, read between words. We recognize the space and the formless of it where all things were born before time began. The stateless state where everything starts and ends. We begin to be the "being" in the present.
Concepts and beliefs had no place in this place. I began to feel what we are already blessed with. I began to see the paper behind the print, and read between words. I r recognized the space and the formless of it where all things were born before time began. The stateless state where everything starts and ends. I then began to be the "being" in the present.
The trouble is how to get there? All this seems too good to be true. We love being what we are meant for, but to get there seems to be a real toil. When "I met me", I have found that the decision to turn my focus inward was most important. That decision was the most important tool to get to the place we are meant to be.
The mind transcends and ultimately lets go of its material hold. The light of the real "me" shines, and the masquerade of "I" ceases to exist. The true being emerges, challenging our conformity. The decision to let go our belief system, our past experiences and intricate planning tends to be the most difficult thing, but in reality, it is only the fear of not knowing what to expect. When we know that the endpoint is nothing but the true self, the fear disappears and we will be doubtless of the outcome. In fact, I am thankful for our modern society and its perils that drove me to turn the lights on inside and feel the presence of my real self. The Global collective consciousness is awakening to the reality and I can see this happening already in different pockets. At the dawn of a new Yuga, probably the shift in this consciousness is taking place, if that is so then we are looking at a bright new world shining in the Glory of itself.
If I am permitted to use the word “compassion” apart from its natural derivation of the meaning. It is an extended passion with a sincere commitment to achieve a level of satisfaction far greater than oneself. It is to be able to see yourself in the other, devoid of self. This the content of the emotion of Passion, so deeply rooted with the fundamental fact of supreme joy.
Compassion is not an emotional soufflé. Most Religions and philosophies classify this as a virtue with an altruistic tendency but it is a strong emotion stemmed out of passion with a spine to other yourself. It is a flow of energy into another being and to be able to enjoy looking at it.
You could water a plant and watch it grow with compassion. You are not worried if it is going to bear fruit or not. It just gives you feeling that you made your cause of joy seeing your humaness grow in that little plant. You raise children and watch them grow with your provision and feel happy that you played the part of a caretaker for them. Feeding a hungry person identifies with your hunger and you feel elated by the fact that he enjoyed his meal well.
This can go on in the practical sense of sex as well. The partner’s orgasm is more important to you than yours.
Etymologically the roots are from Co- Passion or co suffering. Real compassion knows no suffering, you don’t compromise emotional suffering with others. At least you do not want to see that in any person.
The intrinsic meaning is described in the Bhagawadgita as Sattvika, Rajasika and Tamasika gunas. Most Sattvika people are compassionate and do not look back on what they issued to the other, be it a dog, cat or any animal or a Human Being.
Zen Masters teach compassion as being a mirror to oneself, as being able to see yourself in the other. Any woman can immediately vouch for that.
Jesus had Compassion to the level of suffering for a cause, His suffering was pain for the body but devoid of emotional pain. The joy of his purpose for the redemption of others was far greater than the physical pain that he was put through. But then again that was his choice of compassion.
Mother Teresa basically needed love and affection. So she gave and cared for people and saw the glint in their eyes. This was her compassion.
If we examine the point as to why do we feel the need to see ourselves outside us. The answer could be that we cannot bite our own teeth, not can we lift ourselves with our own bootstraps. So perhaps Yes, Compassion is a virtue definitely, with the joy of being able to project your glory into the other being. I guess this is the “real love”. Even the supernatural power what we call God is probably compassionate to see himself in us.
The Truth about Faith
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The rational mind does not favor to contain the emotion of Faith. Faith in its own terms though defined in Hebrews 11.1 as an integral part of our system of emotions, does not quite occupy prominence as a matter of choice. The mind is all set thinking of the “what if” even before the thought is put into action. Faith does not scale up as an option due to mixed results, some good some bad, and some, simply take a very long time. The reality, therefore, is that these results are directly proportional to the amount of faith that one is able to hold up to during a particular situation.
“Faith a size of a mustard seed can move mountains”, we heard of that one before many times. A powerful statement, according to the scriptures, but does it really work anymore? Are we obsessed into moving mountains?
No, not really, at least that is not our primary job. If faith can manifest money and bring in abundance “Yes”, we can consider trying it. We have nothing to lose except to get back to staying poor. The answer is “Yes”, but the ground rules are not the way how we would want to play.
The simple system of universal reality is difficult for most of us and appears complex to comprehend. While there is the truth, in being able to manifest abundance, sadly the way of God is not the way we would like to listen.
This is almost a no faith situation, though most of us think we have some, it does not quite qualify. The colossal lack of faith in our generation has been the result of an erred thought.
This thought bred a belief system into what we say as the progeny of a damned race of Adam, doomed to perjury because of the primary sin. Some go on to say that Eve fornicated with Samael the serpent as well, and we could be the offspring of that union. In normal Christian terms, it is that Adam was banished and so are all those who are born out of him. Unless of course redeemed and absolved of it by performing sacrifices.
More than half of the world thinks that their faith is superior to others and more than half feel that they are born sinners, doomed on this planet.
The Church has institutionalized Guilt as a Virtue
This guilt based Faith is what we suffer from currently. This glorified guilt, forced submissiveness, inadequacy, and drudgery of the soul and spirit. It is the fear that you will suffer more if you do not fear God. The Father did not create us to watch us sin and have fun at some lowly beings gone bad, rummaging in rubbish. He does not want to punish us for our mistakes, the same way as we do not persecute and judge our children for their mistakes. Jesus explained this in the parable “of the lost son”.
The first thing that we should do is to employ ourselves to unlearn the fact that we are born sinners. We are the children of Light just as intended by God in all likeness to him. The spirit deep down in us is divine and is a part of God.
The spirit deep down in us is divine and is a part of God
Just as Adam, Jesus, and list of other prophets. The built in free will that is devoid of guilt would encompass us to believe in the protection and provision of God only if we know that we are of this kinship.
This spirit begotten of the Father is all pure and cannot be made impure by sin, but of the erred thought. The thought that you are evil and born sinners. We have to declassify this thought with the original thought so pristine into the inheritance through his son-ship. The Holy Spirit within us is designed to take control and administer action the way that you want it to be, according to the grace. The way of the will, or to perform Dharma yoga. I spoke about this in my blog “Dictating Your Circumstance”.
Upanishads and Bhaghwat Gita explain the self as “Atman” and the God as “Paratman” the Supreme Being. The “Atman” begotten of the “Paratman”, the “ALL” that is. This identification is a simple truth to the faith, we don’t have a boss but an ever loving father ready to help, cajole, encourage, give, forgive, protect and unlock the abundance that he created alongside us.
Dictating your Circumstance
The washing machine has broken down. There is an unexpected bill that needs to be paid the same day. You have a presentation to make and there is a sudden power outage. There is a deep-down pain in your left arm and you are not sure what it is. You hear the news the place that you have been working is been taken over by another company and you are not sure what will be the outcome. Will you be able to meet your bills next month? Will you have enough for hospitalization in case you left arm pain results in an attack? Your mother-in-law just arrives and you are not sure what's going to happen to your wife.
You have striven hard from school till date and thought you gave your best shot but simply not there yet. Success has been evading you like a plague. You wallow in this situation totally helpless and crestfallen. The mind runs amok blaming God for the circumstances that are not in your control. You don’t have the ability to understand nor you have a way out except being a victim and stay victimized. You beg God for help but don’t get it. You look to people for sympathy and dwell in your self-pity.
You feel that you are at end of an unfair game thrown at you. You felt that what you built so carefully is crumbling down and waiting to be bulldozed. You are for sure to believe that the evil has been robbing all the good things that God gave you. The evil lurks behind your provision and steals every bit of it.
Did you choose to be in this situation? Does God have a vengeance about your progress and your family? The reason why we are here reading this is you know that you know, that there is something wrong and need to get it right.
One spiritual master says, "Be Careful What You Seek", which equips and serves our realization that we are enormously empowered with the spirit of God within. We have inherited the lineage from the "lightless Light", the "ALL" that is begotten by the Universe. We have opted to come here and now to experience the "not have" to know what "we have". This journey is to glorify and experience the wonders of our background. We are not mere mortals, our bodies may die but we live forever. We existed before the creation being in the creation and through the creation and are here right now.
If the circumstances that are thrown at us are not what we asked for. We have actually been responsible for creating them. Let me break this down a bit.
We are born creators and could create anything. We manifest the "ALL" good or bad due to "duality" which is a built-in mechanism for glorification. If we have the potential to create unfavorable things around us and let them "be" then we could also get engulfed in the situation. The good part is that the reverse can also be true. This means that if a bad situation is upsetting us with its conditions, we can create a condition that will make us feel good as well.
It is the choice we make as free will. What use is free will if we do not know the truth that we are a part of God residing in the clothing of flesh? What is the use of the choice that we make as slaves to the situation, if we don't know that we have the arsenal to dictate our own reality?
Be not be damned to think of "Sin" as a guilt. It's just that we are not aware of the grace and glory that is within. It is that which shines that also dims the same for many. "Sin" is just another word for missing the mark. If we can be online with ourselves we are born free, free to enjoy creation, blessed with a free will to create a destiny that glorifies the self always.
Free to live a life, free from the bondage of desolation, free to bring light to everyone who is willing to join the source of all joy.
Anyone who believes in the truth will be set free from the mind and lean on the wisdom within. It is by letting go that we control the circumstance.
It is that power to be able to tell the mind that it has reached its limit of understanding and time to let the self, run the show. So, now it is up to oneself to take this control and dictate the terms of joy and peace.
Remember the self is not alone but a part of the "Whole" the "All" that is, and create a reality that serves as a joyful destiny for oneself and everyone who is willing to participate out of their own will to make it happen.