The 3 Stages Of Spiritual Awakening Through Conscious Awareness

One of the first things you will realize when undergoing a spiritual awakening is that:

The universe is complete and perfect.

There can be no mistakes.

Nothing is random.

The entire “onesong” is exquisitely synchronized. To understand synchronicity and to implement a spiritual awakening through it, we are required to suspend some of our old ideas, to give up our notion of coincidence, of mistakes, our belief that people are imperfect.

Only then can we truly experience a spiritual awakening. Read more of this post

The Secrets of Reality: The Biology of Enlightenment

By: Sol Luckman

The evolution from human to divine consciousness involves healing duality and its legacy of karma and disease at the cellular and atomic levels. There is no illness that cannot be healed simply through the proper exercise of intention. Many of the thousands of documented so-called miracle healings powerfully demonstrate the impact of consciousness on physical as well as emotional, mental and spiritual wellbeing. Mind-body medicine, which is statistically valid enough to be taught in today’s medical schools, offers additional proof of our ability to heal ourselves. This is one of the secrets of reality. Read more of this post

The Field: How to Access The Wisdom of The Collective Consciousness

HJ: The truth is that we are all tapping into the collective consciousness rather frequently without actually being aware of it.  The process of becoming aware, however, makes quite a bit of difference and allows us to get the most out of this ability and begin to cultivate it rather than experiencing it haphazardly.  This often leads us to become closer to others and strengthen bonds and relationships, ultimately bringing greater happiness and fulfillment into our lives.

Furthermore, the existence of a field of collective consciousness is a useful paradigm from which to view events in the world and in your life.  It offers many answers to seemingly paradoxical questions as it helps to explain human behavior and societal organization.

From our vantage point, this innate connection between all beings helps to re-establish the truth that there is much more going on than meets the eye at any given time, far beyond the understanding of modern science.  This reignites the mystical wonder that helps us become curious and passionate about life outside the confines of the sometimes overbearing, mechanistic worldview that we are constantly presented with by mainstream media and society at large.

This is an excellent primer and thought piece on collective consciousness that we truly hope you will enjoy. Read more of this post

Levels of Consciousness

There is said to be seventeen level of human consciousness as described in the book Power vs. Force, by David R. Hawkins.  The paradigm lists the hierarchy based on your current life situation. From low to high, the levels of consciousness include: shame, guilt, apathy, grief, fear, desire, anger, pride, courage, neutrality, willingness, acceptance, reason, love, joy, peace, and at the highest level, enlightenment. Read more of this post

Eternal Contentment

Being content is an art form.  Most people only get glimpses of what it’s like without ever really experiencing it.  This is because people confuse happiness with contentedness, and they tend to chase happiness as if it were a drug.

I will define these words as I mean them, as to avoid confusion.  Happiness is a temporary feeling that comes and goes.  It is experienced in large upswings, usually in direct response to something good happening.  This previously mentioned good thing causes one to experience happiness, and once it is gone, or the excitement over it has subsided, the experience of happiness has ended and a lower state follows.

Contentedness is a way of living.  It is a mindset in which total satisfaction is experienced at all moments.  In a way, you could call it a more permanent form of happiness, although it is more closely related to a non-dual state than a happy one.  This is because happiness is experienced in direct relationship to sadness, while contentedness on the other hand, is non-fluctuating, and can potentially be experienced for months, years, or even lifetimes.

Whatever one may conclude about enlightenment, I’m sure we can all agree that constant contentment is a characteristic of the experience.  With this said, if you believe yourself to be enlightened, but things in the material world can still get you down or affect your state, then clearly you have not transcended the material world, and are not yet enlightened.  This is shown adequately in this quote from the timeless Bhagavad Gita ;

A person who neither rejoices upon achieving something pleasant nor laments upon obtaining something unpleasant, who is self-intelligent, unbewildered, and who knows the science of God, is to be understood as already situated in Transcendence.  Such a liberated person is not attracted to material sense pleasure or external objects but is always in trance, enjoying the pleasure within. In this way the self-realized person enjoys unlimited happiness, for he concentrates on the Supreme.”  Chapter 5, verses 20, and 21.

Contentment is made manifest once one has realized that everything in their life is exactly as it should be, and nothing more is needed.  Once fully situated in contentment, the same reaction should be felt regardless of what is going on in the outside world around you, because the feeling is always inside you.

This is precisely the reason why there are people living in mansions who are extremely depressed, as well as people in caves in the Himalayas with no material possessions, who only eat, sleep, and meditate, and are in a constant state of spiritual bliss.

Just like the quote “wherever you go, there you are”, we see that whatever state you carry around with you will be experienced anywhere you go.  If you are depressed, you can be participating in an activity that is considered universally fun, and still have the same state of depression while doing it.  On the other hand, if you are content, you can be sitting in a plane that is about to crash, and retain your content state as it goes down.

Like enlightenment, contentment comes and goes at first.  It starts with a short experience of it, followed by a feeling of loss when it is over.  This may even lead one to fall into the same traps as before, by trying to acquire some material thing to retrieve back this blissful state, but this is a way of experiencing only the temporary happiness, and will only lead to contentment as much as grabbing at empty space will.

When it finally sticks for good, this is heaven on earth.

If you appreciate all you have and all you are right now at this moment, and do not want or need even one more thing…
and if you can take that feeling with you through all time and space…
Then eternal bliss is yours for the taking.

It is your birthright to be content, and as soon as you use your intention to dedicate yourself to the well being of yourself and others, as well as to get in touch with this innate state of being, it will effortlessly present you with all the joy and glory imaginable.

Self-Realization, Spiritual Enlightenment, God-Realization, Ego-Death.

Who are “you”?

In many religious and spiritual practices, answering this question fully, and completely, is the crowning achievement.  When one is self-realized, what they have accomplished is something that is infinitely profound, and yet incredibly simple; they have realized what their “self” is.

Here, when referring to the “self”, I am referring to the possessive property of being.  The feeling “I am”, which every being experiences, is at the root of this.  From what place does this feeling arise?  Who is the one who feels this?

The “I” at the core of your being is what feels this.

If I were to ask you who you are, the first response that would most likely come to mind would be your name.  This is the identification of your physical body given to you by your parents at birth.  For the most part, in present-day society, this is the correct answer to the question, but it is untrue.  You are not your name.

After you realize this, you might respond by telling me that you are a musician, a father, an activist, or any other position you hold in this material existence.  To this I would respond by showing you that although those are things that you do, they are not what you are.

Next you might get more specific by telling me what you stand for.  You might say that you are a pacifist, someone who stands up for what is right and true, someone who seeks spiritual truths, and studies paths of wisdom.  Again, this is not who you are.

You are not your body, your mind, or your personality either.  I can prove this to you very simply; It is “your” body, mind, and personality, so you cannot be these things; you are the one who possesses them.

The term “Spiritual-enlightenment” is very simply understood as well; it is full enlightenment (or knowledgeable understanding), with regards to the truth of your spiritual nature.  This spiritual truth is transcendent of your illusive ego self, which is the very thing that most people believe themselves to be.

Your five senses are what you use to perceive this world.  They take place physically through the body, and are experienced by electrical impulses in the brain, but “you” are the spiritual perceiver of these senses.

Your body is just a manifestation of your spirit-soul, used for experiencing the material world.

Have you ever wondered why we look the way we do?

We have eyes for seeing, a nose for smelling, ears for hearing, a mouth for eating/tasting, a brain for thinking, legs for moving around, and many other things, all for the purpose of interacting with and experiencing the physical world.  You are none of these things, but instead are the one operating and perceiving all of them.

As you shed the layers of ego, and approach your true self, all things become more and more clear until omnipotence is achieved.  Omnipotence and omnipresence are experienced once full ego-death is realized.  Some say you can only asymptotically approach the state of full ego death, but if you could theoretically reach it, you would become one with god.

The Hindu religion teaches that “Atman = Brahman”.  This simply means that the True Self and God are one and the same.  This is why “self-realization” and “God-Realization” are synonymous.

God is the infinite source, which assumes a finite state as man.  Your ego does not think, act, or do… It is all God.

God is the non-existent, un-manifest, nothing-ness ; as well as the summation of the entire existent, manifest, everything.

So to sum it all up….

You are the transcendent self, the super-soul, the all, and yet you have forgotten this.  You have taken yourself to be your illusionary ego, and now must find your way back to the truth, through various experiences and life lessons, which all take place in Maya (The cosmic illusion).

Self realization is the realization of your true self, which is what actually runs the show, not your ego.  Your true self, at its highest potential, is god.  By experiencing “ego death”, you can remove your ego from the equation, and become spiritually enlightened, thus realizing your full potential and true existent state as the god-self.

That is who you are.

Self-Realization = Spiritual Enlightenment = God-Realization = Ego Death.

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