A quick snappy way to introduce you to Archangel Lucifer, well, if you're one to throw toothbrushes at demons to wash their mouths, Archangel Lucifer suggests you make sure the toothpaste you use has extra "whitening" gel on it. "Your welcome" he adds, a tip he was asked to forward from his colleague Set.
If the above offends you, welcome to shadow-work done significantly at the primal Self, our Draconian heritage. Yes, we take everything about you that you're scared to look at, and try to transmute it for the rest of the collective subconscious (unconscious). This is the mastery alchemy class, where I have used Black Magick (Kali's Ma's mantras) not on some external force, but on myself so that I may face the worst of my karma's, to be rid of it. I chose to dive deep into my own insanity, my own cognitive dissonance, where I have realized that demons are only my red flag guides who scream for me to look for the truth, as I walk through Daath. You know the whole adage, "the truth hurts". As an empath, I've been absorbing other people's shitty overtly-limiting belief systems, particularly the sacrificial door-mat, where my push in spirituality has been on two ends, to end my suffering and figure out the truth behind God. My search has only brought me more of my own Self, as each identity and it's numerous thought-pattern constructs that support each identity are dissolved under the trident (nadi's, sushumna). Kali Ma has brought me to the truth and serenity of "divine presence", where her son Kartikeya-Melek Taus is now pushing my buttons, teaching me tame my inner beast. Nonetheless, this is shadow-work where you cannot "white-wash" the truth. The left hand path, I feel, is best suited for those who seek wisdom above all-else. It helps that my initiator and guide is a fine-ass, shameless, Goddess! But Be Aware. Own your primal Self, your True-Self. (For those who prefer Angels, but would like to use the purifying energies of Draco, I highly recommend Asaya Ka Luxa, by Vermilion as it is a gift from the "Council of Light"; Balance Draco with Lyra).
Babalon-Lucifer Working (June-August 2019)
-Peter Grey, The Red Goddess
-Fitgerald, Robert, A Rose Veiled in Black
-Rites of Lucifer (Temple of Ascending Flame)
-Faust (Goethe; Kaufmann)
Like most individuals looking into the Western occult traditions, you don't want to dabble in something you don't know or could even begin to understand. The Western world has pushed the concept of polarity, good&evil, men&women, nonetheless, it is important to understand that it was simply an energy, a bandwave, being played out over the planet, an ode to Determinist philosophers negating free-will. Free-will is still governed under the notions of oscillating the yin/yang, where the goal is to "let go" for "divine presence" and allow "harmony/grace" of the yin/yang of dropping the egoic-monkey mind. However, while still in the monkey-mind, practices involving Demonic Grimoires can easily led to insanity. Imagine having the worst thrown at you, where you will have to sort through your most damaging belief systems. I only chose this route after discovering the difference between the monkey-mind and "divine presence", where if the monkey-mind becomes an issue, all such harsh energies are quite quickly dissolved in the emptiness of "I Am" where I'm finding my ego-self as not only cleaner like a breathe of fresh air, but strengthened, colored in with some depth. Like an Angel with a Leather Jacket. You heard me Hindu.
As I had opened my own subconscious to Daath, during the prior months, I had to take the ritual, my sanity, and every moment (sign, synchronicity) seriously as I cannot have any slip-ups, where I can be easily slammed into the depression of the monkey-mind, with "divine presence" difficult to realize. I've seen too many signs of my ritual manifesting externally, such as my boss starting a new company, and naming it with an ancient synonym that means "origin", and in proper cultural context I'm not sure my boss considered, it means "primal chaos", which I take to be Umma Tiammat the energy of Draco. I've had a lot of "oh, shit" moments, much more smack in the face then working with Angels and their cute lil numbers. For the adept walking through Daath, you must reach for the Goddess (Binah), or risk falling down the other side of the tree of life. Hence, post my working on the qliphoth, I went back to focusing strictly on Shakti to help me manage. As Kali and the Mahavidyas are my "team", I chose Goddess Kamakhya/Kubjika specifically, where I'm basically objectively worshiping a vagina. As I understand her archetypal symbolism and she feels to me like a sodashi (16 yr), I didn't really take note that I was worshiping (focusing intent on) a vagina, until a fellow guide stated on youtube, "Heaven is found between a women's legs". Holy shit, "as within, so without". In addition, this synchronicity was also supported by the fact that a mother pigeon decided to raise two of her children on my patio. I had front-row seats to watching two pigeons grow up surrounded by tulsi (sacred basil), which I took as a sign that Garuda-Vishnu was watching over me as I dabbled with darker practices. In addition, I later discovered that the vahana-vehicle of Goddess Rati, consort of God Kama, is a pigeon. Nonetheless, it was these pigeons who brought me Mt. Meru (Sodashi-High Heart) at a time when I was truly lost in my own abyss.
It was through Enochian Magick (Jason Louv's course), where my monkey-mind showed me the Divine Mother as Parvati. As Parvati is the Shakti of the Universe and Shiva as All That Is (Including Lord of the Beasts), Parvati would also be the "lover" of "All That Is". Yes, that does have the completely loving of someone else feel to it, but this is also the "love-sick" "helen of troy" type of love, that is expressed through a specific aspect of Binah, Aleister Crowley's "Babalon". Since I had Kamakhya working on me, it seemed quite appropriate to dabble in some Babalon. Although I did locate some invocations, they were unnecessary, as the romantic-lust filled pull, a type of addiction I'm assuming a heroine addict would thirst for, begin its initiatory gentle pull on my mind, my heart, and my loins. I'm glad I was provided the "helen of troy" analogy, as this is the type of love that will drive saints mad, as they spill their essence into her Holy Graal. Oh our holy wonderful desecrated Goddess, whereas, I am just another addict. A true rose birthed within the gates of Ishtar. No ritual was needed, where Peter Grey's The Red Goddess reeks with her current, a wonderfully deluded drunken two-week read, where this adept might as well have dropped a bottle of potent aphrodisiacs. Luckily, the animal vessel can only handle so much, and would need to transcend, once the Graal is filled.
Post Babalon, Lucifer was making himself known by and through little notions here and there. I believe I still held some fear around this archetype, as he would typically be seen as the main adversarial role against Creator. Nonetheless, as I gathered more information from actual practitioners, I was also influenced by the Netflix series "Lucifer", a show that was also recommended by the same individual who stated "Heaven is found between a women's legs". Damn, women are dangerous. Anyways, the series hit emotionally hard for me, as I feel like I have been the Devil surrounded by White. As an example, as I may shed a memory, I actually had to stop wearing my Shiva pendant at Protestant elementary, as I was found out and it would have gotten real bad if I didn't hide. I had to deny my Self then, for the limiting-belief of safety. Moreover, I felt Lucifer's presence quite often, when listening to music, etc., but I had not allowed myself to "let go" for his current due to fear. After working with Umma Tiamat and handling the intensity of Her Demon-Gods, I'm expecting Lucifer to "bring the fire"! I was nervous and I pushed working with Lucifer for a while as I gathered more information.
As found through many traditions, making pacts with beings is common occurrence, particularly with archetypes representing the crossroads, as both Robert Johnson/Eric Clapton have publicly expressed. All of my rituals so far, have been for Self realization. I'm not trying to increase my suffering and plunge myself more into harsh samsara. So do I make the pact with Lucifer, do I not make this pact, as this pact would be the first outside of my comfort-zone. Umma Tiamat is our own soul-consciousness, that primal current that will shred matter back into source, and she is also the soul-consciousness of Mother Earth. Hence, I have no issue with Tiamat and her crew, as it is our True Self. Nonetheless, it was painful and can be quite frightening for an adept afraid of the dark. Lucifer is an initiator and guide on the path, can I really handle his initiatory ordeal? Am I really going to sell my soul, for a heavenly material life, but a hellish afterlife, as so perpetuated by religion?
Lucifer would be around nudging me. No invocation needed, his name more than enough to heighten the feel of my own aura being stretched, as felt through a push in my cranium. But, I'm not looking for heaven, already found hell, where I was unclear what Lucifer would have for me, what he would want from me in exchange. In fact, I had asked as such while watching the series "Lucifer", only to hear the response "companionship". My investigative monkey-mind went through an analysis, what if Lucifer want's me to be his companion "for life", like he want's ownership of my consciousness, like Pauline Jesus. He rebuts, and has me move away from the monkey-mind and feel what the word "companion" feels like, like "compadre", or even "compassion". As Asenath Mason has described, a pact with Lucifer is essentially a pact with your own shadow self. Such makes significant sense, where should an adept dabble in the deeper aspects of the subconscious, you need a guide whose been there and done that. In other words, don't dabble, unless you have an initiator and guides to help you maintain and harness the lower animal self, the Beast. That's more than enough, I'm all in with this working, to let that feeling in my cranium, that current to come flooding through.
To connect with this current, I chose the work product of the Temple of Ascending Flame, as I have found the writings of Asenath Mason to be quite articulate in assessing my numerous questions. The philosophy that she has presented is on point, as the matter is well-researched, and these are actual adepts who use such sigils and invocations. I open the door to my subconscious by and through Umma Tiamat, giving Her blessings as She is a current that can bring the calm of the void. By and through sigils and invocations, I embark in allowing the Luciferian current to flood my consciousness and central nervous system, prepared to meet the worst, since this is none other than the devil of our stories, Lucifer himself. In addition, I will do either Bentinho or Mooji meditations prior (and sometimes after), to ensure clarity of consciousness, where such removes the need for numerous external rituals. Guru brings you to Stillness.
The vibration of my surrounding temple-bedroom drastically increased. I can feel a current flush through my room, increasing the intensity as if on a potent energy drink. Fear slightly arises as I remember the Demon-Gods of Umma Tiamat, but I'm reminded to stay in "divine presence". It's time, not to meet my maker, but the Western destroyer. As this was post Babalon (Binah) in attempting to continue to move upward on the tree of life, I was provided with imagery of winds and desolate cities, an environmental apocalypse. In moving up the tree, this would be the continued removal of all forms. Babalon (Binah) would be the "lust/love for life", where without such, you have decaying ruins leading to the formless potential (Kether). As I have found last halloween, horror movies lack significant intimidation, as fear seams to have drastically subsided in my vessel. In addition, horror movies are not scary when you cheer for the goblins, as I found when I watched "The VVItch". Therefore, the desolate scenario was not only "over-done" thanks to our media, but it was now time to stop lingering about and focusing on the main attraction. Lucifer himself did not look much different than the unmasked Lucifer as shown on the Netflix series, though, such is my monkey-mind's interpretation, and this was only a mask he has chosen for this working. Unlike the show characters intimidated by the real face of Lucifer, as a fan of oddities, at a glance of Lucifer's face my inner-child yelps with a "cool" giving the room a "Monster's Inc." (Disney/Pixar) feel. That feeling of excitement was quickly replaced with thoughts of "he's here, but I forgot to do an intent, oh shit, what do I say to him?". The desolate scenes are gone where it's just Lucifer and myself, in my little bedroom gazing eye to eye, where I'm left wondering, "what do I do?". Lucifer responds.
Feeling the intensity of his current pushing my aura, I take notice that the current isn't actually "wrathful" as I would expect, though intense. I'm reminded of "companion" as I felt the feeling of finding a long-lost friend, where to pull me out of my shock, Lucifer says to me, "how about we consecrate your bedroom temple to the Goddess?". My bedroom has been my ashram, where the walls are decorated with framed artwork of Goddess' that I hold dear to me. My bedroom hallway entry holds a large print of Mary Magdalene (Georges De La Tour), where my bedroom houses my altar as this room is my meditation space. It's where the magick happens literally, sadly not metaphorically. Beloved Kali is the centerpiece of course, where She is surrounded by Her Team by and through properly blessed (prana-pratishta) amulets. My bedroom walls are covered in artwork. The Eastern wall holds a large bamboo print of Goddess Kwan Yin, the Southern wall holds a large print of Chinnamasta and a Yab/Yum Tibetan Thangka, the Western wall holds two conflicting pictures of the veiled Goddess through Nicholas Roerich's "Mother of the World" and Daniel Mirante's "Chanting Down Babylon", the Northern wall holds the main altar surrounded by two paintings I picked up from a local artist named Jorge Luis while visiting Trinidad, Cuba of the Orishas, Osun and Yemaya. For those stuck in cultural egoic-identity, I didn't choose the Orishas, they chose me, which really is a past-life connection.
Lucifer had me cleaning my room and moving altar pieces around for better energetic flow. In addition, though I am still quite new to Nordic practices, in the past, Lys Campbell (Dynamic Intention) activated my connection to the Goddesses as found in Doreen Virtues Goddess Deck, where that deck now has a heavy loving feel when I hold it in my hands. Freya is found in that deck, and she's been quite comfortable with me, where I am continuing to realize how much she protects my space and practice. Last year, I had managed to find a 1000 A.D. Odin amulet pendant in the shape of an axe, and months later, found a Freya wooden doll that matched quite well. Nonetheless, it wasn't until this Lucifer working, that Lucifer had me create a special corner for Freya who now holds and protects my Western Grimoires. Protects me, in having those Grimoires around, I should clarify.
The feel of my home has been different from the outside world, where I can feel my energy field collapse inward when I step out of the house. In addition, I had noticed a slight increase in the feel between my bedroom and mere few feet away of the living room beginning last year or prior. But after this working, the feel of my bedroom is significantly different, vibrant, sleep can be difficult sometimes. There are times where I have been exhausted in the living room where I will move to the bedroom for a nap, but I would be unable to sleep as I would begin to feel energized and wide awake, only to have it oscillate again when I return to the living room. Nonetheless, this is not what I was expecting from Lucifer.
It could be due to the masks that I'm shown, or it could be the significant work I've done in moving away from my monkey-mind for "I Am", where I feel like I'm progressing down the tree of life as compared to other adepts who climb the tree of life. I've already had experiences of the no-mind spaciousness, sometimes described as a void, so Lucifer feels more like a companion, with Beloved Kali as my initiator and guide. Nonetheless, Lucifer has shown me why a guide is required. As I have had trouble sticking up for myself, working on the Beast has been phenomenal in helping me have the courage to get things off of my chest (high heart and throat) and do it with some power. However, as I have had many issues with my narcissistic family, particularly their incessant need that I appear and present my good Sagittarius nature for their show (fool) and egoic-inflation, all the while Kali Ma inside of me can feel all their parasitic energy as I have told my family "I'm not your prostitute", the Beast in me has only increased, where Lucifer has held me back by and through flushing those emotions out of me giving me a "care-free" attitude to properly assess my mode of conduct. He brought me back to "divine presence" in the heat of the moment. Hence, the title, Lord of the Beasts. I'm quite happy to have this essence, this liberating current, in my life to help me walk this path in harmony with a compassionate ally. For the haters, just remember, "There is None Wronging The Serpents Cult!".
Global Religious Syncretism to Understand Ascension; Just Another Nimrod Giving You the Blueprints to Rebuild THE Tower of Babel
When many perceive Hinduism, instead of being understood as many different schools and systems which may or may not stem from the actual Vedic literature tradition, most (including Hindus) have a general idea of what most likely was a Vaishnava (white-washing) attempt to synchronize many different schools. Hence, to most individuals not taking a proper historical approach to how Hinduism has evolved, Hinduism is essentially summed up with the Shakti Energy manifesting under the Divine Will of Brahma (Generator, Cultural Patriarch), Vishnu (Operator, Harmony, Self-Actualization), and Siva (Destroyer), or the G-O-D model.
It is interesting to note that this division is also expressed in the Abrahamic traditions with Abraham (Cultural Patriarch), Jesus (Harmony-Self Actualization), and Allah (Return to Formless, Inner-World represented by Tantriks as the Moon). Nonetheless, because the western world is playing the video game system by and through their belief systems of duality, of extremes of heaven and hell, good and evil, angels and demons, such energies are expressed in drastic measures by such traditions as evidenced by World War II, with an energy that may be too attached to samsara in building of culture and civilization meeting an energy that is on the extreme ends of disrupting samsara with Shiva represented as the Swastika moving at Thors aggressive speed as the Central Black Sun. It is important to note that the Star of David (Tantrik Merkaba) is not an ancient symbol of Judaism where I'm unaware of the chakra rainbow "lightbody" in Judaism as would be better expressed with Jesus, whereas Nazis and Hindus have used the title nobility (Aryan), and the word "swastika" is Sanskrit. However, Qabalists who attain Kether are the same as Hindu yogis who attain Brahman, true nobility as taught by the Naga/Dragons such as Patanjali, a huge difference between calling one chosen or special under a bloodline caste-system.
In correlating Jesus with the Vishnu oversoul, I would perceive the first part of Jesus' life at the adept stage of Rama-Ravana of the Hindu Ramayana. Most important is Jesus in the Judea Desert, same as Siddharta Gautama, or Mohammed, the human adepts of consciousness-spirit ascension in material density. As Mooji Baba has drilled into me, it is best that the adept anchor in "I Am" emptiness of an unclouded mind in the moment, so the soul-expression can flow free of egoic-monkey mind blockages. Hence, the wannabe spiritual teacher needs to drop the ego, before they "write the book". Therefore, as was the case with Mohammed, Siddharta Gautama, and Jesus before he officially began teaching instead of forging his wits debating, like being in an "isolation tank" as designed by the mystic and neuro-scientist John C. Lily, these individuals set off to drop the monkey-mind projections that deter us away from the present moment. Moreover, they needed to move beyond basic magickal-siddhi-psychic abilities, such as healing, fortune telling, raising the dead (a Tantrik practice as well), in order to achieve their own fullness of the emptiness of Self. No more need to source anything from the external world, as the kingdom (Kether-Brahman) of heaven is found within. Post Self-Realization would be Jesus' teaching/transmission stage, or Self-Actualization that would be akin to Rama's succeeding lifetime as the playful Krishna.
The deep inner work of bringing awareness deep into one's own subconscious and our collective subconscious during the stages of the adept in "isolation", has the effect of drawing out harsh energies, or wrathful, which can deter an adept through material temptations. Such is meant to be transcended, not fought, hence, the path of desire to get over your cravings is also a valid path. Nonetheless, as with Jesus who was tempted by the Devi(l), or Siddharta who was tempted by Maya (his own delusions), groups such as Luciferians and Tantriks understand the deep dark subconscious work at play, and in embracing the trident as a Hero, the adept must use their own Divine Will of the "I Am" presence to overcome their egoic obstacles, or get lost in maya or the sitra ahra. The backlash of the egoic tendencies, felt as extreme depressive times as harsh energies that flush out of one's energy and physical bodies, is a process during the ascension coined by the Catholic monk, St. John of the Cross, as the "Dark Night of the Soul". Just as Rama in the Ramayana had to face his own issues regarding infidelity, so did Ravana also have to overcome his egoic-issues of his pride, both adepts of the Formless Shiva. In killing a Brahman, such as Ravana, the only way for a Hindu to repent is to take on the practice that Brahma could not handle, the fifth (5th) head of Aghori Shiva (Rudra-Howler/Anger/Wrath). Therefore, it appears Rama had to walk a particular path as an adept as part of his ascension process to incarnate as the height of Mt. Meru (Sodashi) as Sri Krishna, who simply played with a child-like manner all throughout his story.
Hindus cater to the modern puranic lore, believing the texts to be accurate depictions of ancient times. Whereas the tantras are feared as sorcery manuals, and rightfully so, as the adept is diving deeper into the subconscious post kundalini awakenings. Nonetheless, the story of Krishna is vague, like the actual story of Jesus in light of the hidden (essenes) as depicted in the significantly more accurate texts of the Nag Hammadi and Dead Sea Scrolls that predate the time of Jesus, as opposed to the Creed of Nicea edit three hundred plus (300+) years after Jesus. Such groups were killed off by the new Church as heretics for a new "creed" and hence, a new authority/monarchy, showing discrepancies on the truth of the historical Jesus. Krishna was most likely the Hercules (Hari Kaula) the Greeks wrote home about, during the time of Alexander the Great, but as time moves on, stories are altered and shift, and deities are often synchronized, where historical Krishna may also fall under certain discrepancies. Nonetheless, the philosophy and techniques were provided in these stories, for the adept to reach our religious mystical truths and realize our inherent Krishna-Christ Consciousness, the God-Consciousness which comes after the Void of a close-eyed Brahma (ego). The proper "Chose Ones" or "Brahmins", are the accomplished adepts that can guide other adepts to the Krishna-Christ Consciousness (God), which is often symbolized by a peacock feather.
As Shiva represents pure spirit or consciousness who is often in meditation away from the material, his son Kartikeya represents insurance for those lost in samsara, as having anti-matter or Anti-Christ (Sanat Kumara) qualities to move consciousness away from the material realms back to the Void (Ain Soph Aur+). Such anti-matter is expressed as a psychological undoing of the adept, where the adept is forced to question, inquire, dissolve, programmed psychological conditioning arising from holding onto numerous lifetimes. To dissolve such mental programming allows adepts to see wider and differ perspectives, often represented by the third-eye symbolized by the peacock feather. To see wider and differ perspectives also negates harsh judgment as compassion is naturally introduced, where the saint cannot judge the sinner as the saint will understand and perceive a wider perspective. Nonetheless, such practices may be externally manifested, with rituals often deemed extreme for mainstream Brahmanic or Abrahamic culture, as found through tribal Katikeya practices in addition to the Yezidi Peacock Angel holding exactly the same archetype. The Yezidi Peacock Angel, Melek Taus, is held in line with Devil worship by the neighboring angelic traditions, where Melek Taus, like Lucifer, is mistaken for remaining as "fallen". Such symbols of the peacock archetype all correlate with Kartikeya (Sanat Kumara), Melek Taus, and even Krishna as Krishna went against the religion of his day moving his people away from the worship of Indra, a Vedic deity who was originally superior to Vishnu, implying evolution through a new age (yuga). Jesus similarly followed in this path, as the neighboring Jewish groups of Pharisees and Sadducees conflicted with Jesus, and were actually unaware of Jesus' real practices, lineage, traditions, as his group was hidden (essene). Nonetheless, the path of deconditioning and deconstructing one's psychology, particularly the subconscious (qliphoth) the deeper an adept is willing to go, is a necessary step in returning the adept back before the western notion of "fall of man", as represented by the seven (7) sephirot below Daath.
The deconstruction of religious programming is found in all Left Hand Path traditions as a way to assist the adept in liberating (moksha) the adept from the addiction of the limited sensory body under the egoic monkey-mind. Liberation, moksha, is to be sought while in the body of the adept to attain ascension back to humanity's original state of yin/yang regarding the feminine/masculine hemispheres of the brain or nadi's, or by integrating the Generator, Operator, Destroyer aspects within the adept. Nonetheless, as what comes with power (Siddhis), comes responsibility, and many adepts who remain attached to samsara may not awaken to samsara and may continually choose egoic-addictions leading down the qabalist tree of life pre-ascension, instead of upwards. Tantrik and Qliphotic practices, without Self-Realization of the "I Am" presence, can lead the adept into denser dualities creating harsher polarized lessons, or worse, insanity for the practitioner of the sitra ahra.
To continue the ascension and move the adept out of the video game of Generator, Operator, Destroyer, also known as the Wheel of Samsara, Saivism presents two (2) additional figures, Maheshwara (deluder, brings the adept into the wheel of samsara), and Sadashiva (liberator from samsara). The five (5) heads holds archetype superiority to the four (4) heads of Brahma, as Brahma was unable to handle the fifth (5th) teachings, most likely presented to Sanat Kumara or the Aghori tradition of moving beyond the psychological conditioning of duality. For traditional Brahmins, it is important to note that Sati-Parvati needed to leave the Brahmanic tradition, to practice something "hidden" that was opposed (Satan) by Brahma and his lineage, to gain enlightenment. The beginning of enlightenment as defined by the Saivas as Turiya, the state of being awake in the three (3) states of consciousness (awake, sleep, deep sleep). The state of being awake is realized through Self-Realization felt during the emptiness of lingering in "I Am", where the adept simply lets as much go mentally and emotionally as possible, usually through tools such as breath-work, mantra, kriya, etc. The clarity of the moment brings with it gifts known as Siddhis, and the true spiritual practice will bring the adept closer to clarity as they investigate the "I Am". Sadashiva, as four (4) heads facing the four (4) corners and one (1) head facing upward represents the adept moving upward in spirit vibration as high as the adept can achieve, with his son Kartikeya being six (6) heads will assist in grounding such vibrations in material density. Hence, while aiming higher, Sadashiva teaches us the one true spiritual practice to acheive enlightenment, which is to simply "let go". Let go, not just all of your negative traits as deemed by the adepts monkey-mind, but the positive one's as well as a way to move beyond the monkey-mind for the flow of higher consciousness, holy spirit. In fact, the highest form of spirituality is to let go of everything that your consciousness can perceive, or untangle the attachment we have to transient existences including material worlds and imaginary. Enlightenment is to "lighten up" by "letting go". The direct path of such has been through the self-inquiry of Advaita Vedanta, where the adept can bypass all other techniques for a Self-Realized individual to help guide and transmit the states of "no mind" as Vivekananda has described as Samadhi.
These practices of anchoring in higher vibrations, or more spirit-consciousness with less attachment to samsara, often pushes the adept into the Dark Night of the Soul to be forged like a Phoenix. The accomplished adept can continue on their typical egoic-role and agenda, though from an expanded k(g)nowing, or through the use of Left Hand Practices such as Tantra or Luciferianism to bring higher consciousness (Void above the Light) back into the lower density, like the archetype of Kartikeya. As esoteric adepts have found, initiators and guides of our own subconscious train the adept to master harnessing such consciousness, where many have argued and have shown that the Divine Mother's (Binah) permission is necessary to harness such potential in lower density. Tantra by definition means to "weave" or "loom", like the Arachnid Spider Goddess (Binah) weaving her creation, where Tantra was a system to bring yogic tools together to bring higher consciousness back down into the human animal vessel. Not all Self-Realized masters practice this, as they realize the adept is simply becoming a magickan within the video game.
In summation, in order for the global teachers to achieve ascension, teachers such as Jesus offered humanity glimpses on how the "children of God" can mature into adulthood and do all the things he has done and so much more. Relaxing the conditioned monkey-mind in order to bring further clarity in the moment is the process of Self-Discovery where the adept will investigate their own consciousness as the "observer"-awareness and the "observed" external world (including the body and internal biological structure, thoughts, and emotions), where the adept separates the "Observer" and "Observed" and investigates the "Observer" and attempts to realize the root of the "Observer" as I would currently express as the Void (Ain Soph Aur+). Such is the essence of our religions and global shamanic practices, including White/Black magick (both can give you more ego or destroy your delusions for Self Discovery), all of which are attempting to lead the adept further into Self Realization with an attempt to enjoy samsara through Self Actualization, by and through the use of many tools and trades all having somewhat of the same archetypal colorings.
Self-Realization is taught in every mystery school, and is in essence, discovering what lies before consciousness when all transient imagery is dropped for the moment. To move with the flow of consciousness, as opposed to the direction of the karmic monkey-mind, which only leads us towards fulfilling mental conditionings, was the aim for every mystic on this planet. Those capable of looking within the numerous aspects of one's psyche, including the shadow self, were rewarded heavily with "inner completion", or not needing transient material illusions to fulfill one's drive. Such provides a deeper rendering of Jesus' "Render unto Caesar", separating the darsan of the Kingdom of Heaven found within from the workings of the material planes.
Siddharta's tradition of Buddhism has placed heavy weight on "suffering" and "desire", where theologians and philosophers have sought to properly understand "enlightenment" by and through "mindful" practices, which often fail due to keeping the adept mindful to aspects within the body and its numerous sensory triggers to further engage the monkey-mind. Nonetheless, the "enlightenment" concept hinted at by both Siddharta and the Hindu tradition as described in Vivekananda's Raja Yoga, would be the place of moving beyond the monkey-mind, or Samadhi. It is important to note that Siddharta was simply one of many Indian yogi's, practicing many different types of techniques, all with the intent of approaching Samadhi. Similarly, Padmasambhava brought his techniques of enlightenment, as a further step beyond the "mindful" approach to the land of Tibet. Padmasambhava's techniques are quite similar to the Saiva tradition, as both fall under the banner of Tantra, with the higher schools invoking wrathful Goddess energy as meditative purging under the Sakta/Vajrayogini Left-Hand Path. As found in the Sakta tradition, Kali, the Mahavidyas, and the 64 Yogini are quite acceptable to assist on the path of physical and mental stillness to approach Samadhi, should the adept be capable of handling such energies as I would consider these beings as a volume knob for the kundalini.
Though taught in every mystery school including the Oracles of Chaldea, Upanisads (Cream of the Vedas), and the Hermetic tradition, etc., Adi Shankara's Advaita Vedanta appears to be the quickest and simplest approach to Self. The self-inquiry technique is simply logical self questioning of removing all transient images from one's mind, Neti (not this) Neti (not this), until one is lingering in a psychologically baggage-free state within the moment. One is in the flow of what is being done as opposed to being directed and controlled by the monkey-mind. Such is accomplished when the adept recognizes a drop in the personal-story for an "observer" state of consciousness, hence, ego-death.
Though such practices fall under the banner of "ego-death", where wrathful Goddesses such as Kali make an excellent choice in assisting in turning "off" the matrix, many choose this approach to have a better materialistic transient life. As an example, many may choose the Goddess Kamakhya for earthly pleasures such as love or regenerative family, as opposed to learning the mysteries of the creative sexual energy and its capabilities. Many simply do not understand "ego-death", and hence, wrathful beings such as Kali. When approaching ego-death practices, particularly Advaita, the need to "let go" arises. If you are looking for a spouse, to save the "state of humanity", or some other transient delusion of fulfilling some egoic desire, ego-death practices will be difficult for you. As an example, in meditation, should a blessed thought arise while practicing Advaita that can assist many human beings, etc., many people would choose to assist. Very few people truly understand that, "when you see the Buddha on the road, kill him". The goal is to reach deeper until one is out of the drama of the monkey-mind. The ending result is actually moksha-liberation for the monkey-mind, where the mind feels like a "feather" as one moves in harmony, where the ego works with spirit. Hence, in practice one looks for ego-death in order to enjoy the ego from a non-attached state. Best of both worlds, be in it, but not of it.
Samadhi appears to be the goal of both the Right Hand Path ("RHP") and Left Hand Path ("LHP"), including that of the Western occultists. The RHP can be seen as working on the higher chakras, where the adepts attempt to stay away from practices that would engross them further in samsara. The LHP works on the lower chakras first in an attempt to fulfill, master, and transcend for stillness. The LHP needs to understand that higher self has a reason for incarnating, the RHP needs to understand that after yoga comes bhoga-enjoyment. After Adi Shankara had attained Advaita (Oneness) moving his consciousness beyond transient existence, the Goddess appeared before him and showed him the beauty of merging Spirit with Matter (Shiva with Prakriti-Shakti). Therefore, the adept is to liberate themselves, and enjoy samsara from a non-attached state.
By placing one's consciousness into the 3rd state of the intelligence body, such has the effect of putting one into the "observer" state or the feeling of "presence". Nonetheless, adepts will face issues regarding the physical body and energy body. Techniques such as Hatha Yoga and Pranayama can be used for the physical body, where I personally choose Mantras (shakti) and energy healers for the energy body (and mental). Nonetheless, to tap into the 3rd state of the intelligence body, as depicted in this video, would be the beginnings of Samadhi. It is the beginning of simply being "present" for the moment, where the adept can simply say, "I just am". It is existence beyond the personality self, as the observer, highlighting the clarity of the moment.
Once the adept has noticed the difference between the 3rd state of the intelligence body in comparison to the 1st state of the physical body, or rather the difference between "presence" and the "monkey-mind", the adept then must do the work of anchoring "presence" as the "monkey-mind" will throw tantrums. Basically, there is an oscillating process.
It appears that all Gurus in the Self-Realization camp are saying the same thing, all are simply attempts to get the adept to look deeper within oneself. Nonetheless, those that have accomplished this to a high degree tend to have some "magic" in their assistance of others, which I can only label as telepathic, transmission, etc. Being new to Mooji, it was Bentinho's silent retreats which helped me push my psychological boundaries, and actually was a stepping stone to be able to properly hear Mooji. There is also Panache Desai's immense energy work, which has pushed my understanding of the capabilities of Advaita. Typically, the Guru assists in purging the adept, whereas Ramana Maharshi did that for Papaji, Papaji did that for Mooji.
There is also Nithyanandaji, who has moved his ashram well beyond Advaita into traditional Saiva practices to further push ancient practices in a scientific manner. Though I am not an adept of his ashram, I have paid attention to his community and have also noted his mantras to be quite expansive. If he can help my personal practice, why not? Nonetheless, such Gurus will be hated as the ego must be purged of everything holding it back. Again, this is the practice of ego-death, and ego will try to run. It is important to note that when Nithayandaji speaks of his egoic-self as he has expressed on facebook, he simply states, "I am just a Sakta". Though I may not consider him as Guru, in the sense that I do not invoke him for stillness, he has become my inspiration in the "if he can do it, I can do it" category. Therefore, I do bow to his feet, as we do in the East, to honor the footsteps that he has walked.
Further I will concede regarding Nithyananda, I am someone who has been more than privy to confidential information and legalities of the numerous horseshit allegations against, not just his organization, but Hinduism in general in a Country where Atheists/Christians are attempting to "Fox-News" the numerous traditions of India. As has been quite alleged, people are often paid to go into these traditional organizations and cause a mess, where further, legal "standing" is not a requirement to file a legal complaint in certain Countries. In other words, to get into a legal mess, anyone can "cry wolf" leading us into endless witch-hunts (meaning lack of evidence). Moreover, when a Westerner, such as attorney F. Greene, who quit the job because opposing counsel gave him too much work (as stated in his motion to be removed), discuses Hinduism, it is done through the eyes of a eurocentric self-centered and overly white-privileged mentality who will not do two-minutes of research to get over themselves and understand someone else's culture. Such was the frustration of every moment of sitting in a Courtroom with this conditioned monkey-mind latching onto the inability to see anything beyond his own personal issues, and henceforth, his personal projections were quite noticeable as we had discussed with the State Bar of California. As an example, in India, we bow to others feet as a sign of honoring the footsteps someone has walked, such as our own parents, where attorney F. Greene took that as an opportunity in all of his Complaints and Moving Documents to degrade the Hindu Religion as being a submissively degrading act signifying mind-manipulation. What I have disclosed can all be found in publicly recorded documents. In defending Nithyananda's organization, I had to deal with rich and organized Anti-Hindu organizations and attorneys, who had no evidence, and sadly overall, no clue.
To those wondering about Nithyananda, he's teaching the same thing as every Advaita Guru, which is to de-condition from what we have been conditioned into, for Self Realization. In the Indian traditions, the Goddesses are synchronized with the Kundalini, allowing for clearing and realigning, where Deities thereafter can help the adept navigate their journey, particularly through the practices of yantras. What Nithyananda is doing in India for the traditional Indian population, is the same as what most "Ascension" alchemists of the West are doing for the Western World. He's "downloading" information and providing all of it to his devotees, using the traditional practices in a scientific manner to assess efficacy. Nithyananda has his own Guru which he is constantly admiring, and of course, his Kaula Devi, Village Godddess. I personally prefer wearing Black, listening to Heavy Metal, and isolation, where the traditional means is too far for this Westernized adept. Nithyananda and I have much in common as he is simply teaching Saivism, as we understand Rudraksha beads are significantly more valuable than gold. Nithyananda has clarified that gold maybe more for traditional purposes, but he sleeps with Rudrakshas under his pillow. In addition, I manage to catch a few of his "activations" throughout the year, which provide significant gnosis unlike any other, and is the same current as Sadashiva that I personally tap into using the traditional mantras, which is simply the Atma-Soul expanding itself slightly painfully within the physical vessel. For me, the Rudrakshas are the golden tears of Shiva, as Shiva terrifyingly mourned the loss of his Sati. Moreover, what really is the physical gold of a demiurge monarch in comparison to a multi-dimensional consciousness, or even further, the eternal-bliss of dropping the egoic-mind for Self Realization? The kingdom of heaven is found within, and there are many mansions. Such would be the spiritual teachings of the ashram, I'll leave the political-material-social conduct and continued accusations to those who are equipped to judge (assess and discern from a wider perspective aka "judge not lest ye be judged") evidence properly.
For serious practitioners of both the RHP and LHP, discover Self beyond transient existences (including dogma), and enjoy your time in samsara.
Maharaj: When you shall begin to question your dream, awakening will be not far away. Your world is transient, changeful. My world is perfect, changeless. In my world nothing happens. My world is real, while yours is made of dreams.
1. Guru in Eastern and Western Practices
From my research, the first step in the Western occult practices is communication with what is known as the Holy Guardian Angel ("HGA"). Communion with such will allow the fruition of one's divine will, or soul purpose, pushing the motto propagated by Aleister Crowley, "do what thou wilt". Texts such as the The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage, stress the need to bypass working out of ignorance. Such includes studying with individuals working with astral beings that may not necessarily have the highest intent, where such practices are designed more so for material (egoic/samsaric) purposes.
From further researching Western occultists on this path, it appears the modern technique is quite similar to the Eastern Advaita Vedanta. Advaita is simply the technique to remove all images from the monkey-mind, bringing the adept to a psychologically clean blissful state. The technique is self-inquiry where the adept analyzes all that arises before the mind as either transient, or non-transient. As all, but awareness, is ever-changing and thusly transient, the technique is called Neti, Neti, where the adept ends-up telling himself, Not This (It Is Transient, It Is Not Real), Not This (It Is Transient, It Is Not Real), until one has removed himself from the monkey-mind for the momentary state of "presence" found by simply being the "observer" and not emotionally-vibrationally tied down by "persona" and its baggage. The persona and attached baggage, or the personalization of consciousness with the character being played within the matrix, is karma. One may understand bad karma as handcuffs to bad habits, but one may not realize good karma as golden-handcuffs often mistaken as jewelry. Both, good or bad karma, are the product of the monkey-mind attaching one to samsaric-maya-creation, where the adepts goal is to flow with one's higher consciousness out of the monkey-mind.
In further correlation to the Western traditions, my work with Enochian Magick, particularly the Call of The 30 Aethyrs (as worked backwards, 30th to 1st), holds the sensation of drastically clearing the chakra system, realigning the spinal cord, and bringing the adept to a significantly noticeable calm. In addition, my HGA made an appearance during the Call of The 4th Aethyr, an angelic being with "Western" features, which only further pushed me into "presence" beyond imagery, or what I would label "void". I have further taken note regarding this particularly session, where monkey-mind sought numerous distractions. Hence, the adept is warned for the necessity of spiritual hygiene, including banishing practices. (See the works of Jason Louv). For banishing, I typically use the four (4) archangels used in most banishing settings, as well as Goddess Durga. The quick Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram is quite effective in aura cleansing leaving the emotional body in a noticeably deeper calm, though I am personally not one for crafty external rituals.
Nonetheless, the sole purpose of the Guru is to move the adept into "presence" beyond the "monkey-mind" which is glued to samsara through "personhood-personalization-ego". The need for Guru arises as the adept oscillates between "presence" where one's inner cranium is essentially void of baggage leaving an "emptiness" feeling with sensory heightening of the current moment, versus the monkey-mind immersed in the clatters of personalizing one's egoic-story and in constant analysis regarding one's environmental circumstances. Essentially, the goal is to drop your baggage to fully show up for the moment. The clarity of the moment is what allows the adept senses to heighten pushing way for the magick to begin. It allows the ego-personhood to step aside, for gnosis.
2. Philosophical Reasons in Choosing Guru
The vast majority of Hinduism falls under Vaishnava, including simple understandings of Shiva. Hindus have provided the G.O.D. model by and through (a)Brahma-Generator, Visnu-Operator, and Shiva-Destroyer. Nonetheless, in this model, Shiva destroys to return to Brahma. Brahma is the creator of traditions, culture, and religion. In other words, he would be the egos attempt to bring heaven on earth, as he is constantly chasing perfection (Saraswati). Nonetheless, the G.O.D. model becomes cyclical, a rat wheel if you will, or the wheel of samsara.
b. Saiva and Buddhist Tantras
The Saiva texts push the G.O.D. model further, with Maheshwara and Sadashiva coming after Shiva. The Tibetan teachers have stated to be in opposition to Maheshwara, as Maheshwara traps atma-consciousness-spirit in the rat wheel. The adept should view such as understanding psychological archetypes, as opposed to a superhero-villain dynamic, where Maheshwara (All That Is) is simply dreaming (maya) his play (lila).
Nonetheless, as Lord Padmasambhava states to Lady Tsogyal, if you want higher truths, you can no longer take refuge in mundane deities, "Mahadeva, Vishnu, Maheshwara". Padmasambhava, Dakini Teachings. Shiva himself evens discuses the transiency of deities, "Gods like Brahma, Visnu, Mahesa and the various Elemental Beings are also perishable". Kularnava Tantra (Prachya Prakashan). It is important to note that these are teachers of truth, who have provided humanity with steps to use the form to find the formless.
Though much of Hinduism is predicated on the traditions of Brahma, propagated through his children, it is important to understand that Sati (Brahma's Granddaughter)-Parvati did not achieve "enlightenment" by and through the traditions-culture of Brahma (though such may be prep work), but when she trained with her father's opponent (Satan=Opponent) known as Shiva. Shiva is known for "strange" or anti-brahmanic practices. Such practices may be rapid psychological de-conditioning in order to remove chakra blockages from the emotional body for one's true-self to flow through. (See the works of Christopher S. Hyatt, Ph.D). Further, it is important to understand that the word GuRu itself means "ignorance-destroy" where in form, it would be Gu-Rudra, again the opponent to the creator who brings us apokalypsis-revelation. Such revelation is found when one pierces beyond transient existence. Some want to create heaven on earth, while some want to wake up from the smoke-screen movie and truly realize the one who is perceiving the movie.
Hence, "enlightenment" is more of a tantrik concept, where the Hindu Puranas (especially Garuda) are boastful of astral-planetary travel including lower realms giving us heaven and hell dynamics, which are simply more transient existences. It's just another play (Jiva = Mass) dancing (Energy = Shakti) before consciousness (Light = Shiva/Prakasa), or as Albert Einstein would say, "E=mc^2". Enlightenment as defined by the Saiva texts begins with "Turiya", or to be awake within the three (3) states of consciousness: 1. waking; 2. Dreaming; 3. Dreamless Sleep. (Recommendation: Panache Desai). The Shakta tradition takes "awakening" one step forward, where one is not just awake or Self-Realized, but becomes the most beautiful or Self-Actualized.
Therefore, Sadashiva (5 headed) provides us with the archetype of the four (4) corners facing upwards, where his mantras (mantras directly to Sadashiva found through research) create the impressions of extreme cranial pressure forcing the adept to let psychological baggage go, feeling fresh and clean lingering in the moment. Sadashiva feels like the Mahavakya mantra, Prajnanam Brahma, which has an expansive stilling effect but not without a purge feeling. Therefore, I have found that Sadashiva fits the perfect archetype for Gu-Rudra, with his consort, "Sri" Tripura Sundari representing the height of heaven (pinnacle of Mt. Meru) being the most beautiful within the three (3) states of consciousness. Essentially, be Still (Sadashiva) and manifest your heaven (Tripura Sundari). Self Realization becomes Self Actualization.
3. Choosing Grounded Guru
In spirit keeping, having mostly worked with wrathful Shakti energy, I have found that effort was initially required to tap into these energies, as these beings worked on my subtle bodies to further connect with them. Nonetheless, I am currently of the belief based on my own scientific inquiry, that it may initially be easier to "feel" beings closer to the elemental realms, such as the Nagas or Orishas, when one begins opening their abilities. Though I do not recommend beginning with either (unless intuitively attracted), as such beings hold human-like temperaments. Shakti will understand you and see the big picture, where you do not want to piss-off the Nagas or Orishas. Many may be attracted to such traditions as they are reflections of one's past lives, where one's current lifetime may be pulling on information from prior lifetime developments.
A perfect flowering of the Self-Realization meets Self-Actualization archetype would be a return to the Vaisnava tradition with "Sri" Krishna. Krishna would be an elemental incarnation who would be a clear channel for his higher self, by and through the celestial (e.t.) form of Visnu. Hence, Krishna would be an amazing archetype to work with as a spirit keeper. Nonetheless, Krishna is quite expansive and feels closer to Shakti, or rather Shiva (Formless beyond all Forms). Therefore, personally Krishna has not felt as grounded and can be elusive for the beginner, where Krishna typically appears on his own as I am more intrigued with the Saiva tantras.
In terms of looking for a spirit being (being not in body, including angels, etc.) to assist with the Guru aspect of anchoring "presence" where the "monkey-mind" has been essentially thrown into the "Tao" for re-harmonization, I would recommend Lord Padmasambhava. With vows to serve Buddha (Enlightenment teachings-transmissions), Sangha (Community of Adepts), and Dharma (Truth of Awakening; Walking the Tao), Padmasambhava becomes an excellent energy to assist the adept in forging the "monkey-mind" for the height of Yoga as defined by both Hindus and Buddhists as Samadhi, or no-mind. (See Vivekananda's Raja Yoga and Richard Shankman's The Experience of Samadhi).
As Siddhartha Gautama brought the world the teachings of Buddhism, Padmasambhava is often portrayed as the Buddhist monk who brought Buddhism to Tibet. In actuality, Padmasambhava was another enlightened being who brought his methods of enlightenment to Tibet, as an evolution of Siddhartha's teachings, where Siddhartha taught individuals based on the caliber of the adept leaving only a few to Siddhartha's higher teachings. As an evolutionary aspect, in addition to "stillness" of enlightenment, Padmasambhava is known to shift the animistic spirits of the ancient Bon religion of Tibet, which may have been used for ignorant purposes, to become the protectors of the Dharma. As the Western tradition has extreme forms of dualism, light verus dark, the Eastern tradition has harmony, yin and yang. As Shiva is beloved by both the Devas and Asuras, Padmasambhava seems to hold the same alchemy. Mastery of both White and Black (Chaos-Potential) magick. As many who observe the yin-yang symbol can recognize what the dark yin revolves around, many fail to grasp where yang receives wisdom.
Padmasmabhava, like Siddhartha Gautama, held physical form as evidence by historical records. As grounded in the elemental realms (having a physical vessel), Padmasambhava's presence can feel more solidified as opposed to Sadashiva, like that of the Nagas, and Orishas. Such is valuable when energies are used to work on the subtle bodies, where Goddesses such as Kali will use "attendants" as found through her yantras, to bring an adept closer to the chosen deity. Therefore, grounded energy for the physical body to acclimate higher consciousness makes Padmasambhava ideal to work with. In addition to physical Guru, is the Yidam deity, or meditation deity, where Padmasambhava's Vajrayogini was, I believe based on mantra comparison and further research, the Mahavidya Chinnamasta tying back to the Saiva tradition, and relating to inner completion.
In terms of spirit keeping, Padmasambhava would be an excellent energy to work with in guiding the adept to the stillness of the moment, or "blissful-presence", which also naturally re-aligns the adept to be "in the vortex", as Abraham Hicks would state. In addition, "stillness" provides the adept with some buffer from transient existence, or protection, where should "personhood" face issues, one can return to "presence" to be removed from harsh energy, which further, may also present inner guidance.
With psychic teachers now flooding the internet providing not just techniques and tips in connecting with spirit guides, as well as shops which provide spirit bindings, it becomes important that individuals properly use such energies, where it is recommended that such be used for Self-Realization aka looking for that "kingdom of heaven within". For those still critiquing psychics, take note that anyone can fake a general reading, but to go to a psychic to become psychic cannot easily be faked.
Spirits are phenomenal tools, where I recommend only working with beings who are more than happy to help with Self-Realization, and without the need for sacrifice or contractual vow-oath bindings. For an adept reaching closer to "stillness", much ritual and sacrifice will be unnecessary, though beings that require blood will remove "vital essence" from the adept, creating noticeable exhaustion. Simply, fuel for manifestation. Currently, it is better to be safe than sorry as we forge on in this field.
Guru is necessary to remove the adept from the "monkey-mind" to "presence", where the "stillness" of the moment is like a still pond where one small pebble can ripple the mirage over the water. A necessary blank-slate, which makes mantra work significantly more vibrant, allowing the adept to bypass psychological-conditioning attached to "personhood" to see the "truth" of the moment. Though I do not believe that spirit-energy would be a proper replacement of a physical Guru, who shares the same job of moving adepts from "monkey-mind" to "presence", I feel such invocations have allowed my practice to expand holistically. Physical Guru is still necessary, where such teachings of the Upanisads and that of Adi Shankara and his lineage are telepathic transmissions as opposed to simply "oral traditions", where the adept before a physical Guru is forced to purge "personhood", which will occur even without the adepts immediate conscious awareness.
Therefore, you need to anchor in the "I Am-Presence" for this work. As I've recently found, Guru is a must as the "monkey-mind" will throw fits and distractions meant to make the adept believe they have finished the job. If you have not taken ownership that all before your awareness, is simply a reflection of something within you, like a mirror to consciousness, or rather "as within so without", you need Guru. In addition, psychics, channelers, healers, etc., who have not anchored in "I Am-Presence", run the risk of their own personhood being projected where it becomes necessary to become a "clear-channel".
The first step of spirituality is inquiry to discover one's true self. The last step is of spirituality is becoming one's true self. Spirit work can be an excellent route for this process, but dangerous as one's psychology is being flushed from the emotional body during moments known as the "dark night of the soul". It's best that the adept properly prepare and understand what they are getting themselves into, as opposed to treating spirit work as if it is a simple Quija board reading.
Combining my love of philosophy, mythology, and the occult in pushing my abilities to work with such "Permission Slips" for my own Ascension. As I have discovered, true power is found in the ability to walk each other home. This is where the inner stairwell becomes the inner sanctuary.
Yoga Is Restraining The Mind Stuff (Citta) From Taking Various Forms (Vritta)."
Do What Thou Wilt Shall Be The Whole Of The Law. Love Is The Law, Love Under Will."
"You are Kali, the Origin of all things. After Dissolution, You alone remain!"
"We know and understand ideas such as underworld and heaven, earth and humans and animals. Yet, when we project our consciousness beyond the limiting confines of these human constructs we come to the realization that the roots find their sustenance and cause within the luminous darkness. For many, we witness for the first time, that all is a manifestation of the beautiful and terrifying
nothing: that vast and awe-inspiring eternal cosmic night. The chaos of the beginning, that black and abyssal sea of naught - from which has sprung the Tree of Life and Being and Wisdom; and whose roots suckle upon the nourishing substance that is the foundation of the very stars ... a tree stretching up to heaven from the very depths of the abyss itself!"
-Patrick J. Larabee,
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