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Monday, 14 October 2013 15:53

Where is the Soul in the Body?

Questioner: Where in the body is the soul located sir?


The great and supremely liberated sage Sri Ramana Maharshi taught that “tranquility is not experienced except by inner harmony, and inner harmony will only exist for those who have a dead mind.” He adds: “Those whose minds have dived deep and died in that fullness of pure consciousness and supreme grace will not suffer and lament in the false life of duality that is an imaginary appearance within it.”

Sat Yoga brings about the death of the ego mind through five mystical ecstatic openings. These are the sensuous opening, the emotional opening, the cognitive opening, the intuitive opening, and the transcendental opening.
Tuesday, 03 September 2013 10:11

Post-Person Peel-Off

Recipe for Liberation:
Post-Person Peel-Off


The recipe for liberation offered this month at Shunya’s Kitchen is Post-Person Peel-Off. (This is intended to accompany the recipe for Post-Persian Pilaf being currently offered by Radha’s Kitchen—but the two can be enjoyed separately.)

To begin, the “Person” must be heated to boiling in a hermetically sealed vessel, with proper atmanological containment. The pseudo-individual must experience several hysterical events, until it recognizes its delusional status and its self-defeating false will falls away from the inside out.
Monday, 03 June 2013 12:02

Emergence of the Entheopolitan

A mass transmutation is occurring on our planet, leading to the emergence of a new kind of transhuman being: the Entheopolitan. Consider this essay an outline of both the complex dissipative environment in which this rhizomatic interconnective supercharging shamanic shape shift is happening and some of the early, unintended consequences of this unpredictable event-in-process.
Monday, 03 June 2013 11:05

Ashtanga Gyana Yoga

In the first written teaching bequeathed to us by Sri Ramana Maharishi, the great sage explained the lineaments of the eight-fold path of knowledge that leads to the Supreme Liberation.

This eternal path is the core practice of Sat Yoga. To be most effective, Gyana Yoga must be integrated with the other six essential yogas that comprise the heart of the Sat Yoga approach. But those with clarity, determination, and devotion—those who have had what in Zen is called kensho, the living recognition of the presence and true nature of the Absolute, can reach jivan mukti solely on the basis of this practice of Ashtanga Gyana Yoga.
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