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Why Do We Meditate?

Meditation Isn’t Just a Practice Just as there are various methods of meditation, there are even more reasons or goals for meditating. An often-overlooked goal is to eventually be able to hold ourselves in our centre and “do all our activities meditatively,” or to “live meditatively,” that is, to choose, act, and live from our […]

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Quote – Organised Effort Verses Personal Desire

  “A brief period of organised effort and, at the end, death, is of more vital usefulness today, than a futile doing of the things a man feels like doing in a leisurely way, and then meandering feebly down the years.” ~ Alice A. Bailey, 1880-1949, Theosophist and Author on Esoteric Spirituality Using more concise

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Gem – Release and Embrace in Evolution

Release Must Be Coupled with Embrace If we wish to consciously navigate our growth and evolution, we cannot just, or only, focus on releasing layers of lower identity, we must simultaneously focus on aligning with and embracing our true identity or higher self. If we only focus on releasing the limitations without cultivating conscious connection

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Relating to Matter and Liberation

Matter and Limitation Our relationship to Matter can have a variety of powerful impacts upon us, depending on the nature of the relationship. Physical objects or dense Matter especially, can trap us in the most severe patterns of limitation. However, our physical possessions are not themselves the true problem, it is our relationship to them,

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Quote – Initiation is Harder and Initiates Higher

  “Down the ages men have achieved, are achieving and will achieve. The only difference is that – as the intellect of man develops – the requirements for initiation become more drastic and exacting, and the initiate therefore becomes of a distinctly higher order. The Master today is infinitely wiser and more full of love

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On Sensory Gratification, Initiation, and Joy

Defining “Sensory Gratification” Sensory Gratification means choosing things because they feel good to our senses, as opposed to making choices based on wisdom, true virtues, higher values, or spiritual principles, like Selfless Service, Harmlessness, or Lovingkindness. To be driven by Sensory Gratification is a form of Grasping and Aversion. Like an immature child, we grasp

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