What is prayer

What is PRAYER

What is prayer and What it is not. what is works, faith, grace and obedience?

The real meaning of prayer is NOT about asking any god for material things, or anything else. It's not repetitious begging for material things because you are poor, or a physical healing, and you think that because of your vain praying and begging that some God in outer space will rain down Pesos on top of your head, No! No! No!, this is NOT it.

Prayer is a symbol of aspiration, the supplication of the lower self for spiritual advancement. To secure the safety of the soul. Period.....

"for everyone that asketh shall receiveth, and he that seeketh findeth, and to him that knoketh it shall be opened"

Every spiritual appeal for the lower self meets with a response from the higher. The application of the supreme law is universal. The aspiration from the lower self causes the higher vibrations, or response from above, to be received by the lower ego.

It is the desire to rise above the limitations of our imperfect nature, and to enter into communion with the higher consciousness.

The bible is a spiritual book, it is a book about overcoming the ego nature and raising yourself to the higher consciousness or godhood.

Prayer is not about asking for anything in the material world.

Remember this verse and keep it close to you.

"God is NOT subject to the carnal mind, neither can he be"

If you understand just this verse, it solves the problem.

The carnal nature is simply the desires of the the physical world, god is only subject to you from the neck up.

We are carnal from the neck down, so if god is NOT subject to us from the neck down, then do you think that there is a god somewhere that gives a care how much money you have in your bank account, or what kind of car you drive, or how many pigs you own, or anything in a materiel sense?

Do you see now, that prayer is not about asking and begging for money, health, cars, homes etc...it is strictly spiritual, and it is a petition from the higher consciousness to raise your spiritual ego to it's highest state, and NOTHING else.

There is no god anywhere in inner or outer space that listens to the constant beggings and ramblings of billions of human beings every second of every hour, of every day, of every month, of every year, and then decides who gets some money, or who gets the new car they want, or who gets their cancer healed, this is very immature thinking at best, there is no god anywhere that could possibly keep up with all those beggars, it's impossible.

 Here is the TRUTH

Meditation IS Prayer

God can't even remove iron from a city.

" and god could not remove the inhabitants from the city, because they had chariots of iron in their valleys"

You are begging for a new job, and god can't even remove the chariots of iron.

So who are you begging to?

Prayer is, and only is a petition for the higher to uplift the soul to it's highest potential, which is to say, strip it of it's ego coverings "coats and cloaks", so that it can be a light unto the world.

" Your father knoweth what things ye have need of before ye ask him" (Matthew 6:5, 8).
Then why pray?

When you finish reading this entire page, you will KNOW, not believe what prayer really is! What the meaning of works is, what faith and grace really mean, as well as obedience.

It is a long read, but absolutely necessary for the true seeker to understand.

What the material minded (Christians and pious) have all missed.

No wonder the world is such a mess!!

Prayer is a petition to God

Where is God?

"Look not lo here nor lo there, for the kingdom of God is WITHIN you"

Now if the kingdom of God is WITHIN you, then where do you send the petition?

In outer space?

Or INNER space?

Matthew 6:7 "when ye pray, do not keep on babbling like pagans"

Read the following verses very carefully, then you will understand that true prayer is not vein ramblings and endless mind chatter, if fact it's just the opposite.

6:1 Take heed that ye do not your alms before men, to be seen of them: otherwise ye have no reward of your Father which is in heaven. (6:1-3)

Should we let others see our good works? 6:2 Therefore when thou doest thine alms, do not sound a trumpet before thee, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may have glory of men. Verily I say unto you, They have their reward.

6:3 But when thou doest alms, let not thy left hand know what thy right hand doeth:

6:4 That thine alms may be in secret: and thy Father which seeth in secret himself shall reward thee openly.

6:5 And when thou prayest, thou shalt not be as the hypocrites are: for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen of men. Verily I say unto you, They have their reward.

Are you to pray in public? Are you to pray in schools? Are yo to pray anywhere where you will be seen of another person? NO! And a hundred times NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This is where TV evangelists and modern Christians fail, PRAYER is strictly a private affair, you read the verse, and GOD said "do not pray in public, and do not use vein repetition, then why DO YOU continue to do it? When you use vein repetition, god calls you a HEATHEN, are you a HEATHEN? If you pray openly and use repetition, you are a HEATHEN, which in reality, is the entire Christian world.

6:6 But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly.The CLOSET is an Eastern term for Meditation, and don't forget to SHUT the door, that means to shutoff everything from the OUTSIDE. That's meditation.

6:7 But when ye pray, use not vain repetitions, as the heathen do:
for they think that they shall be heard for their much speaking.

6:8 Be not ye therefore like unto them: for your Father knoweth what things ye have need of, before ye ask him.

Do you see now?

How does the average Christian or religious pray, and where do they pray?

They pray at prayer meetings, on street corners, in churches (synagogues), temples, in public places, everywhere the bible says not to.

They also use vein ramblings, they say endless prayers over and over, they ask for cars, money, pain relief, and all kinds of stuff, all the while going totally against scripture.

your Father knoweth what things ye have need of, before ye ask him.

If you understand this statement it solves a great mystery and delima, if God already knows what you have need of, then why do you ask?

Where is GOD? Inside of you, the kingdom is INSIDE, then where do make a petition to? Inside of yourself, there is no other way, this is a great secret for Christians.

So where did god tell you to go?

But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly.

Closet is an Eastern term that means to WITHIN yourself, it means that the petition is INWARD, and there in only one way to make a petition INWARD without asking anything, and that is in the silence and stillness of meditation.


Prayer is an asking for favors from deity. No denial of this can be successfully maintained. Mystical contemplation does indeed rise above this level so far that no element of petition taints the stainless purity of its enchanted spirit.

It must be insisted that generations of common usage have fastened irrevocably upon the term "prayer" the connotation of a pleading with deity for objects of human desire, gifts, favors, salvation, blessings.

Let mystical raptures bear their own appropriate descriptive nomenclature. By dictionary definition prayer denotes the suppliant's humble solicitation of benison from deity. Only by an outrageous and unwarranted stretching of its meaning can it be made to include the sanctified enchantments of a true communion with inner deity.

From your bible

"know ye not, that ye are gods"

"And the scripture cannot be broken"

If you are god, then who are you praying to?

So it is to be set forth at the outset that the dissertation on prayer here presented deals with the word in complete disseverance and strictly in its common definition as an asking of good things from a cosmic power conceived as the giver of all good things to man.

As taken in this sense and so accepted in the common understanding of the word, the treatise here undertaken will advance the case against prayer as perhaps the most fatal and crushing thraldom of the human mind by a fatuous hallucination in all the long cycle of history.

The first and most forthright count in the accusation against prayer is that it is infinitely degrading to the human ego.

As it springs out of the ego's profound sense of his inferior and dependent status, out of the recognition of his base and helpless nature in relation to the power prayed to, these basic assumptions in the case and the posture and habit of mind bent to conformity with them inevitably tend to strengthen and more deeply ingrain on the subconscious life of the individual so conditioned the dominant obsession of one's lowness and unworthiness.

The prayer consciousness thus endlessly renews and sharpens the self-infliction of a most injurious psychological trauma upon the human psyche.

In the simplest form of statement prayer thus constantly beats down the human spirit

It throws over it a heavy pall of depression, of negative cast of consciousness, of self-accusation and self-depreciation. It in effect pleads with God to accept man's rating of his own abject and wretched nature and condition.

In a mood that it incessantly re-emphasizes it even begs of God to certify to himself this condign misery of the pleader, as the latter's only justification for presuming to address the purity and majesty of God at all. Not the least modicum of worthiness can it urge, but only the complete unworthiness of the suppliant; and this alone provides the presumptive right of the sinning human soul to bring its lamentable plight to the notice of deity.

For a sinister theology has beaten the human spirit into the persuasion that if God were to deal justly with the miserable worm groveling at his feet, the case of the latter is lost from the start, his best righteousness being as "filthy rags" in the sight of God.

The self-damned soul in effect expostulates: O Lord, I can not face justice; I am irremediably stained with sin; my only hope of escape from the deserved fate of sinners is your boundless mercy. If you insist on strict judgment, I am undone. Unless my pitiable condition touch your heart with infinite compassion, I am lost. Have mercy on me, a miserable sinner!

So that as a matter of simple factuality, the Christian system has done more to beat down that very dignity of the individual which it claims to have so immeasurably elevated than any other faith on earth.

It will be hard to find in any other religion's literature expressions so unconscionably deprecatory of the status and the cosmic worth of the human soul as are to be found prolifically advanced in Christianity.

As long as it sends that soul groveling on its knees at the feet of deity, abjectly pleading to be considered entirely devoid of merit in its own right, and brow-beaten to the point of making a virtue of its own destitution, its own poverty, its own forlorn and hopeless condition, so long it is gross impertinence, an outrageous falsity, for Christianity to go on flaunting its arrant claim that it above all other religions exalts the dignity of the human soul.

No other faith could possibly trample it down to more supine and humiliating degradation.

Not even is it content to have hounded the soul of its people to shameful self-degradation; it will not let it rest there, but drives it on to the further and deeper humiliation of proclaiming its own outright and complete depravity.

It shouts its own total sinfulness and its inveterate and unmitigated obduracy in error and evil.

"We have continually done evil in thy sight, O Lord, and our hearts are continually evil. In us there is no soundness nor health. If thou shouldst deal with us according to our deserts, O Lord, who should stand?

Nay, not one." So runs the professional testimony of the Christian faith to the actual depravity of the Christian mind, under the influence of a prayer habit generated out of the twisted mentality of sixty generations of a frightfully perverted theology, itself based on a disastrously contorted literal and historical interpretation of its so-called "sacred Scriptures."

That this perversion of human sanity and unsettling of human balance has dismally stultified the human mind that was subverted under its influence is shockingly attested by over fifteen centuries of a record of man's grossest inhumanity to man ever chronicled, a record of idiocy, bigotry, superstition, hatred, war, persecution and red-handed butchery that stain the pages of Christian history with the black horror of inhuman savagery let loose from the right hands of warriors whose left hands carried the cross.

With the sweet love of the Christ on its lips, Christianity carried in its hands the bloody sword, or the consuming firebrand, and sought fatuously to advance the one by the power of the other.

And ever does it bend the knee to its God in sycophantic pleadings to increase its zeal for conquest, the gentler restraints of love being lost in the fury of its zest for worldly wealth and power.

One must confront Christianity as well as all religion that exalts the prayer motif with the stern challenge: when has begging ever been held to be noble or sanctified in ordinary human society?

There comes the time when the human parent grows weary of the child's begging and adjures him to go out and win the good things he desires as he himself has had to do by active exertion instead of begging.

The cycle of begging ends for the child, the child eventually coming to realize that he must create his own world, and then the cycle of resolute and prideful self-exertion begins.

What of the command of the lords prayer in the bible? It's and inward plea or petition!!

The secret meaning of the words of the lords prayer

The lords prayer is actually a highly esoteric prayer describing the raising of the consciousness from the lower chakras to the highest crown chakra, the meaning of which very few people understand. it is asking for the overturning of the three lower centers or the first three chakras, the intellectual, the emotional and the physical, the three kings (the super ego/satan).

Matthew 6:9-13
(Therefore, this is how you shall pray:)

Our father which art in heaven

(the seventh chakra or crown chakra, also associated with the third ventricle of the brain at the right hemisphere, remember that the bible says that kingdom of god is WITHIN you, that's also where heaven is, heaven is the opening of the crown chakra)

hallowed be thy name

( the pituitary and pineal gland, located behind the forehead, the third eye center, associated with the sixth chakra, this is where the name is written, the pineal gland which is the philosophers stone, the white stone or mana)

Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.

( the thyroid gland located in the throat, the 5th chakra, remember that the word earth in mythology is always the physical body. it is asking that earth and heaven be united, this is also describing the integration of both the left hemisphere of the brain to the right hemisphere, or the electrical energy of the lower three chakras to rise to the highest seventh. The words that come out of the mouth are creative and must be guarded.)

Give us this day our daily bread.

( the groin are associated with the first chakra, the is the tan tien or house of bread, where the storehouse of electrical energy is stored in the body.)

And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors

( the adrenal center located at the solar plexus, the third chakra, this is the place of the lower emotional mind that wreaks havoc upon the world, it is the animal nature, it is the place of debts, because of it's outbursts to the outer world.)

And lead us not into temptation

( the lower abdominal, the 2nd chakra, this is the place of the senses, these are where desires are born, it is the place of temtation to adhere to the world of sense.)

but deliver us from evil:

( from the lower three chakras, this is the place of evil in the world, and in order to be free from evil, we must raise the energy to the 4th heart chakra, the thymus center)

For thine is the kingdom

( returns the shakti back to the pineal center, it's called turning about of the shakti, the kingdom is WITHIN you.)

and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen.

( fully opening the crown chakra, the brain is fully energized with the cosmic energy from above, the right hemisphere of the brain is fully open.)

Now you know the true meaning of this prayer.

Neat huh?

Take a few moments to attune your mind through prayer. The Lord’s Prayer is often used to attune the mind and the body to the Providence of God. Also, there are many forms of prayer that can be used: petition, praise, thanksgiving, forgiveness, etc. Choose each day what seems most appropriate.

Repeat several times the affirmation you have chosen for meditation. An affirmation is a positive statement offered to the Divine within that you would like manifested in your consciousness.

Real meditation begins when one is in a state of listening. You will begin to feel the meaning of the words rather than just saying them mechanically. If you discover that your attention has wandered or been distracted, don’t despair. Gently bring your attention back by silently repeating the affirmation and return to silence, a state of listening.

Avoid being discouraged. Despite the frequency with which distractions may arise (internally or externally), effects are still taking place within.

At the end of this period of silence, pray for others. In different words, what you have received, give.

A youtube version
The REAL meaning of the lords prayer

And who is a Jew?

Romans 2:29 "A Jew is one inwardly" says the bible. INWARDLY, means one who meditates.

Matt 23:13 " woe to you scribes and pharisees, for you shutup (lock people out) of gods kingdom, for you neither go IN YOURSELVES, and neither do you teach the people to GO IN. MEDITATE!


It has to be wondered, therefore, whether man, the child of his cosmic Father, has as yet come of age. Until this consummation is achieved religion will remain impotently bound in the natural helplessness of childhood.

It can well be imagined that the heavenly Father impatiently wonders when his earthly children will realize their divine birthright of creative self-activity and, standing in the might of their own recognized divinity, relieve him of the burden of hearing and "answering" their eternal pleadings.

"I have given them," he might be thought reflecting, "all germinal powers necessary to their carrying on their whole future evolution to the highest glory.

God they cannot be until they deploy all these mighty potencies and exercise them in full self-conscious direction. When will they cease bombarding my ears with their incessant bleatings and begin to utilize the miracle of power I have placed in their hands?"

It will be perhaps forever impossible to calculate the full extent of the psychological disaster wrought upon the mentality of the Occidental world over the centuries by this stultifying persuasion that begging and wishing are the two highest forms of the mortal's communion with the cosmic creative Power.

The prime and certain objective of evolution being the self-development of innate divine powers by the creature himself, anything that delays, diverts or blocks that unfoldment must be catalogued as detrimental, injurious and calamitous.

But as long as the individual makes no gains by its own effort (the preachment of Christianity), and that its sole recourse in its helplessness is to run to the predicated higher Power with pleas for constant help and eventual salvation, so long will a total paralysis of human effort afflict the entire personal initiative.

The creed of begging and yearning will but prolong the siren chant of the seductive Circe and keep luring the sailor on life's main ever closer to the reef's of destruction. The psychological damage inflicted by the prayer illusion arises not only from its power to bind the devotee to a wholly inane and fruitless expenditure of vital energy, but it courts disaster also by damming back the healthful outflow of the positively creative energies.

Stagnation and corruption inevitably are generated whenever life's powers are unused, unchallenged or impeded by sheer failure to call them forth in response to outward need.

For centuries the religious mind has been obtuse to a discernment that should have come to change the spirit and tone of its entire functioning.

This is the recognition that as long as the human individual, by ingrained habit and want of better incentive and knowledge, calls upon a power outside himself in all contingencies of pressure or difficulty, so long will his potential for inner realization of his own strength and resources continue to lie fallow and produce nothing.

To call unceasingly upon God's help is surely to perpetuate, nay to constantly deepen, one's own helplessness. it is already inherint within each person.

The bible clearly states that "the kingdom of god is within you", if this kingdom is within you and I, then why are we sending prayers out to the stratosphere, when the god head is right here, right inside of you.

This is the grossness of religion and Christianity praying endlessly to some external diety, when all along, you are that diety, it is locked up inside of you, all you have to do is seek within yourself, and all of your inner desires will be comunicated to the cosmos, this is true prayer, the one that christianity has no idea about.

Why do you think that god in the bible says this " I do not hear you for your many endless words, they are in vain'

Never is his supporting and sustaining power withdrawn from any of his creatures; but it is a matter of vast psychological consequence whether the individual man acts consciously on the knowledge that infinite divine resources have from the start been made available to him within the deeper recesses of his own nature; or whether, failing such knowledge, the man can only run in childish affright to cast himself upon a Power believed to lie outside himself, and to be cajoled to help only by a bleating cry.

The evolutionary necessity of the individuals soul breaking the bonds of its dependency upon outside help and staking its further growth stoutly upon its own effort has been amply and unequivocally stated in the literature of wisdom. Emerson puts it with positive directness: "Man is weak to the extent that he looks outside himself for help.

It is only as he throws himself unhesitatingly upon the God within himself that he learns his own power and works miracles.

It is only when he throws overboard all other props and leans solely upon the God in him that he uncovers his real powers and finds the springs of success."

And from the pen of our age's most eminent psychologist, whose opinions rest mostly on actual clinical demonstration, the psychoanalyst Carl G. Jung, come these words of truly epochal significance:

"The Imitatio Christi will ever have this disadvantage; we worship a man as a divine model embodying the deepest meaning of life, and then out of sheer imitation we forget to make real the profound meaning present in ourselves.

If I accept the fact that a god is absolute and beyond all human experience, he leaves me cold. I do not affect him, nor does he affect me. But if I know, on the other hand, that God is a mighty activity within my own soul, at once I must concern myself with him."

While the devout soul is praying to an outside power for help or benefit, his own powers are atrophying.

The transcendent ancient wisdom which the world is happily resurrecting from desuetude at the present time, set forth in the clearest terms that myriads of souls, residents of a divine empyrean, were dispatched to earth expressly for the purpose of putting them on their own initiative, that so they would perfect the evolution of the spiritual nature implanted germinally in their constitution.

The befogging of their minds by such religious obsessions as the prayer cult blunts the pointedness of the whole incarnational effort.

It has been said that "prayer is the soul's sincere desire." It is the soul's divine nature to yearn for deeper satisfactions and higher exaltations. But what is here subjected to critique is the universal pious presumption that mere wishing and yearning constitute the elements of a divine science that carries the certainty of precise answer.

How the wild and wanton, the willful and whimsical desires of the human being, ranging over all levels from base to saintly, can be formulated into the canons of a strict psychological science is beyond the power of thought. Yet the basic persuasion that prayers are heard and answered postulates a scientific status underlying the whole operation.

One's mere wish, if only it be pious enough, sets in motion the wheels of the cosmic prayer mechanism which must turn out the answers. Pietism holds that prayer can be rated as a science of exact calculability. Inject into the hopper of the psyche a given quantum of unction and a certain beneficent resultant can be looked for, is the belief. Every desire will generate a measurable cosmic response.

It is established in common human experience that it is almost childishly fatuous to claim that every wish and prayer is bound to bring good results, for the most excellent reason that, as experience proves, many of our desires lead us directly into evil consequences. How often we wish and pray for things that prove not to be good for us at all!

In our ignorance we often pray for the wrong things! Need we ask for more positive demonstration of the illegitimacy of erecting prayer into a positive science? It is the last degree of irrationality to assume that sheer piety of wishing will guarantee its goodness or its answer.

To elevate wishful thinking into a dependable science is nearly the last mile on the road to folly.

The likely truth, if it could be known, is that human prayers have probably not in a single instance ever induced "God" to deviate one step from the orderly course of his universal operations.

What would we have to think of a cosmic deity whose ordained course of creative procedure would be subject to alteration a thousand times every day at the behest of millions of praying children?

Infinitely more than answer to prayer, that which should rejoice the heart of humanity would be the assured knowledge that our praying can not change the running of the universe. For any thinking mind is confronted with the reflection, horrendous when fully realized, that if the divinely prescribed course of cosmic operation could be altered by the sheer verbal or mental expression of human wishes, there would be constant chaos in the universe!

The prayer cult is indictable on grounds of the most fantastic and grotesque irrationality. It seems impossible to conceive that pious devotees of prayer have never exercised imagination enough to sense the utter ridiculousness of the spectacle of millions of earth's citizenry incessantly running up and tugging at God's coattails with pleas and instructions to modify the order of his creation to conform to their momentary whims.

It presents a picture so inanely ridiculous that it might be presumed that both the imps of Satan and the gods of Olympus must have reveled in rollicking hilarity at the sight of it. If unctuous pietism had not submerged both reason and imagination, the preposterous fiasco would have been ended long ago.

It has definitely been proved that humans constantly desire and pray for things that are not good for them. If, therefore, many prayers are bad prayers, a law of cosmic justice and balance would have to see to it that they are not fulfilled, or man's fulfilled wishes would ruin him.

Some may pray for healing, a house, a car to be saved from the steel cold eyes of a shark, out in a lonely stretch of ocean.

While others may pray for revenge, for murder, for help in robbing a bank, etc...

Do you see the problem with prayer as religion teaches it?

If there is any efficacy in prayer, we should pray that deity should shield us against our own prayers. From the point of sheer fulfilment it must be an almost certain fact that the prayer exertions of billions of mortals over many centuries have gone wholly for naught. It is doubtful if any prayers have ever been answered, in the literal sense.

It is in itself an arrant presumption that God, considered in any sense as a unit mentality, could have the patience and restraint to go along with the farce.

If the deity can be thought of as an intelligence that listens, investigates, weights and responds with appropriate action, it is simply unthinkable that even an infinitude of divine love would not lose temper at the endless chorus of pleadings assailing his ears from this one planet alone!

Likewise it has never been a matter of rational concern to "believers in prayer" to explain how the cosmic mind can pay attention to all the intricacies, involvements and moral balances needing to be taken into account for a just decision in the millions of different supplications addressed to it at one and the same time every day. But would be the "explanation" God has the "miracle wand" lying always at his hand. It might be conceived that he would grow tired of picking it up.

The stolid stupidity of the prayer assumption also comes to glaring view in the failure to observe that if Providence gave to mortals any such power to gain their objects of desire by the simple matter of asking, the human race would in a short time entangle itself in such disorder that, like King Midas with his golden touch, it would indeed pray that nature and law take the reins in hand and disregard the human interference.

This reflection alone reduces prayer to chimerical hallucination. A universal factual answer to prayer would spell colossal world catastrophe.

The common mind even of the uncritical masses catches a sense of the clash here indicated between the assumptions of prayer and the order of cosmic law. For the two things are absolutely incompatible. If prayers are answered, as piously believed, the universe can not be held to be operating under a system of inviolable law.

No law can be held inviolable which is subject to alteration by human whimsies. If sanity had ruled in both the philosophy and psychology of religion and their history reveals that it has not been so humans should positively rejoice in the knowledge that, beyond its effects upon the person praying, prayer is and must be a total futility.

Hypnotized by the allurements of miracle and magic, the human mind under religious influence has been divided in its allegiance, paying homage on the one side to the undeviating rule of natural law, but on the other side bowing down to superstitious belief in the supernatural. Under the lure to human weakness and gullibility held out by religion.

Into this primrose valley of refuge and consolation flocked the uncritical millions of religious innocents, swept by the besom of a pitiable mass moronism. But it is in reality a valley of illusion, its false glories emanating from the ignis fatuus of Scriptural promise and theological fantasy.

In this enchanted valley prayer was the magic wand that would bring all wistful dreams to reality. The direful consequence has been that the history of religion is the record of one pitiable delusion after another. The prayer persuasion kept feeding the psyche of the masses on fantastic hope when that psyche sorely needed the straight lessons of real life.

How sadly the evident divine intent for man has miscarried can be seen in the spectacle of millions cringing with plaintive cries of helplessness at the feet of deity, when instead of this chant of misery their voices should be sending up to the throne the paeans of joy and gratitude in the words of the Psalmist: "O, how I love thy law, O God!

In thy law do I meditate day and night!" For an all-wise Providence has made provision for his children's happiness when he declared at the outset: "I will write my laws in their hearts and in their minds will I write them." Again and again he utters his assurance for blessedness of his children "if they will obey my law;" and summary and condign retribution if they disobey his commands.

Prayer has thus lured man away from his wholesome contact with reality and led him off into a gay but tragic dance with the iridescent forms of illusion.

While man prays to God to do his work for him, his own innate powers atrophy.

This has been touched upon, but needs further emphasis. Prayer takes man's concern outside himself and away from the inner arena where it should be focused. It is his own inner potential that needs development, not his superstitious relation to a power outside.

Life furnishes the occasion for the exercise and unfoldment of divine potential. But prayer injects itself as a sedative and narcotic and lulls the soul into a false relaxation of initiative.

It throws a stupefaction and palsy over the natural sense of urgency to make headway with the major task of achieving the divinity that lies before us. How can man attain his glorification if he never ceases to appeal to God to do the work that his own evolution demands?

Not even God can save his creatures from the necessary labor of saving themselves, for self-initiated effort is the inescapable price of salvation.

The genius in man, says Heraclitus, "is a deity." To this deity within, not to any supposed power outside, religion should have unfailingly taught man to turn. To ignore it, to pass by it to appeal to another power believed to be watching from the summit of the universe, is simply to miss the aid made immediately available to all creatures.

The cultivation of the relation between the outer mind and this indwelling capability constitutes the true "science of the soul."

The yearnings of the personal outer self to awaken and enjoy communion with this divine immanence would be the real "prayer" that should be dignified by a worthier name.

God has sent this divine guest to share our house of flesh and our mortal natures with us, to help us set both our house and our lives in order and beauty.

This is the arm of deity extended down to us from heaven above. In Galatians 4 St. Paul says that when we were yet children in evolution, not knowing the presence of this ray of divinity within our own natures, we "were in bondage under the elementals of the earth" and "of the air," powers that "are no gods."

But now, he adds, we are no more children, but full-grown heirs of God, and we have knowledge of our sonship with God through the growing power of the Christ within us.

Man's constant communion with this celestial visitant in his bodily temple needs no begging or pleading. It comes as a spontaneous and joyous recognition that attests to man his own divinity.

Prayer assumptions run into asinine unreason, which only escapes recognition because of the incredible mesmerism of pious credulity. What could be more illogical than pleading for blessings from a cosmic Father who has already, both in the obvious order of nature and in the Scriptures attributed to his authorship, given positive assurance that he is wholly committed to bestow upon his children all the wealth of blessedness they can appropriate and utilize? God does not waste his energies.

Not even he can pour benefaction upon his progeny which they have not as yet developed the capacity to receive.

This being so, is it not supreme folly for man to think that anything can be gained by incessant bombardment of the divine ear with pleadings for special exertion on God's part to enlarge the current of beneficence flowing down upon the pleaders?

Such praying carries the tacit assumption that God is flagging in his attention to his business, is dozing on his throne, is shirking his stint, and needs to be prodded to be kept "on the job." In this light prayer must be seen as too stupid for words.

Prayer likewise implies that God's intelligence, too, is inadequate and that suggestions from the human side will help him decide what were best to do. It presumes that such suggestion may save God some labor by passing up to him useful information.

Prayer seems to assume that God will appreciate the convenience of having a list of good things and the names of deserving faithful put into his hands. It seems to be thought that God will be pleased to note his children's zeal in pressing him for blessings.

But the climactic imbecility of mind and failure of reason is exhibited in the inherent implication that the earthly child knows better than God himself what blessings ought to be forthcoming. Many prayers expressly include the confession that God already knows infinitely better than we what is needed, or what is best.

No need to beg, because.....

"Your Father knoweth what things ye have need of before ye ask him" (Matthew 6:5, 8).

In his famous Life of Jesus, quoting the Lord's Prayer, follows it with the statement: "He [Jesus] insisted particularly upon the idea that the heavenly Father knows better than we what we need, and that we almost sin against Him in asking Him for this or that particular thing" (page 131).

That so obvious and significant an implication has not in seventeen centuries been able to introduce a note of sanity into the praying habit of the world is testimony enough to the devastation of rationality superinduced by religious infatuations in uncritical minds.

It adds cogent force to our contention that most values and motivations in the religious sphere are held in flat defiance of reason and logic. Faith has usurped the field, and faith takes no account of rationality.

If logic had been given play in the counsels of historic religion, the constant pressing God with requests for favors would have been dropped as egregiously puerile.

The implicit belief that God hears and answers prayers has already been catalogued as a very rash assumption. It is almost demonstrably fatuous. The best philosophic wisdom of humanity has affirmed that deity is simply cosmic intelligence in the most abstract sense, though a reality.

It is asinine to conceive or hypostatize "him" as a being personalized in such form as to be capable of hearing a human voice or "reading" a human mind. The idea of God as a being listening to millions of uttered prayers is so infantile as to shame any adult that would hold it in literal sense. Yet all common prayer rests on that childish assumption.

Nor has any thought been given to the factor of time in the presuppositions on which prayer rests. Consideration of the part which it would have to play in the factual hearing and answering of prayers makes a further mockery of the prayer addiction.

It is tacitly believed that God, who could not answer prayers unjustly, will look into the minutiae of all cases presented, will go over a rapid review of the past history of the persons prayed for and then weigh carefully the elements of justice involved.

It must be asked what magical type of consciousness that is which could thus investigate and judge millions of complex cases every hour of every day!

How could God equitably be judge, jury and executive to try thousands of cases every hour if his mental processes required any time?

The stock answer of course is that God's consciousness is timeless. Even at that his decisions reached by a timeless process have to be implemented to man in a three-dimensional time measure.

The answer must again invoke "miracle." And if deity gave all his "time" to answering endless prayers, when would "it" have any time to do anything else! Christians and Buddhists, Mohammedans and Taoists tie their God down to slavish drudgery on their petty behalf; they give him no rest.

His chief cosmic business is to attend to their wants. One could not be accused of irreverence in suggesting that it would be only natural if such a God would lose patience and be disposed to shout down to his people: "Cease pestering me with your little cares and prayers; learn to look after yourselves; I have work to do."

It must be narrated as a most singular circumstance that after the last sentence above was written in first draft, attendance at a Methodist church brought to notice precisely such an utterance of deity in the Scriptures. In this church one can count on hearing prayer fervent and soulful, intimate and unctuous.

Imagine, then, our delighted surprise at hearing the minister in his sermon make the positive statement that while he wholly believed in prayer, he also realized that there come times when, under the stress of special circumstances, prayer ceases to be appropriate, becomes in fact entirely useless, and must give way to action.

And, quoting from the 15th verse of the 14th chapter of Exodus, he cited the Lord's evident irritation in his rebuke to Moses over the panic into which the sight of the pursuing Egyptians had thrown the children of Israel: "

Why criest thou unto me? Tell the children of Israel to go forward." We humbly recommend this as an exemplary shibboleth for all religionism. Why, indeed, will religionists not cease their eternal pleading, their endless plaints of their helplessness and go forward in the spirit of divine adventure?

The god within us is not challenged by lip begging; but he must respond when the human goes forward with action. When man acts the immanent god must exert himself to readjust the balance which action disturbs. Though acts are determined by thoughts, it is the acts rather than the thoughts that engineer the run of destiny.

The seed of deity is in man for the very purpose of having it grow in response to the experiences of the personality in which it is housed.

TAKE NOTICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Zohar, Kabalistic work of the ancient Hebrews, emphasizes the point that the divine soul of man's higher nature will not respond in blessing until the lower personality challenges it by overt action.

In this situation the realization that the divine potency subject to call resides within instead of somewhere outside is itself the most forceful spur to the energization of unawakened divinity.

When man realizes that he is himself both the pleader and the source of response, he will stand in far greater possibility of receiving a downpour of spiritual unction.

The release of such dynamic from within is so wonderful an experience that it has through ignorance been mistaken for an influx from an external source. Man never knows what he can do, or what the infant god within him can do, until he tries and thus challenges the god to try. The only ultimately true prayer is action.

This essay does not aim to assert that prayer is totally devoid of psychological value. The thesis advanced, however, is that whatever psychic value it may have, is generated through the operation of forces all of which are present in the nature of man himself.

If it is an exercise aimed to relate man harmoniously with both the physical reality of his outer world and the spiritual reality of his inner potential of consciousness, it is to be accorded the rank of a genuine psychic science.

But the crux of the matter, and the criterion of its final value, centers in the mode of understanding by which the individual apprehends the mystical experience.

It is a matter of crucial difference whether we believe that we are calling to awaken a power slumbering within ourselves, or calling out to a forever nondescript Intelligence ensconced somewhere above the cosmos.

The assurance that it is the former and not the latter must in the end supply the dynamo of power that gives the only efficacy the practice engenders.

Certainly a far better result will be achieved when the intelligence of the operator knows precisely the forces he is endeavoring to manipulate. The cosmic deity must remain forever unknown to mere man; but the deity within himself can come to be known intimately.

To work at a problem of the sort on principles utterly erroneous must be eternally futile; to work with knowledge of the forces at play will promise glorious success. The wrong conception must lead to a misdirection of effort.

Man pays penalties for proceeding on false premises. Thought is creative in the life of the being endowed with it; and if it is not in full harmony with the principles of the larger Intelligence of which it is an element, there will be clashing and discord until harmony is attained.

The smaller unit of world consciousness must in the end fall into perfect accord with the will or law of the more inclusive whole. Only suffering corrects the damage done by erroneous thinking.

That prayer is a ferment in the elements within the human and not a communication with infinite cosmic deity is endorsed by a very high religious authority indeed, the dean of the great New York Cathedral of St. John the Divine, the Very Rev. James A. Pike, reported in the New York Times.

Speaking on the festival of Rogation Day, described as the "season when prayers are offered for rain and the fruits of the earth, and the planting of a tree 'is a symbol of our dependence on God and our cooperation with his creation,'" the eminent dean declared that "people who doubt that prayer changes things have never really tried it. If they had, they would know that at the least, prayer changes the one doing the praying."

The burden of his address was that prayer changes, not things, but the people praying. It is from this angle that prayer is to be competently studied. In this purview it could be brought within the pale of a strictly human science of psychology.

If it is known to be an affective relation between the elements composing the total human psyche, and not a supposititious relation between the total human and some cosmic consciousness completely aloof from our estate, then we must, as Jung so keenly notes, give it due attention as a full-fledged branch of our own humanistic science.

Dean Pike corroborates this view when he added that "psychosomatic medicine suggests real relationships between physical condition and mental and spiritual states." This concedes that both elements concerned are within man, not one in him and the other somewhere aloft in heaven.

If this is not so it can be asked pointedly in what way the prayer cult of modern "intelligent" man rises above the habitudes of primitive tribal religionism, in which prayers, incantations and other forms of magic were invoked to influence powers outside and above man. We now hold those things to have been "primitive superstition."

Yet the dean admitted that the motive of prayer for rain was still considered an element of the Rogation Day ceremonial. Prayer to influence gods is now taboo, yet the tacit assumptions of it still lurk in today's praying. When will it be made an exercise of spiritual self-culture?

It is the contention here that the prayer habit leading men to substitute prayer for needed action is the cause of untold evil, wreckage, defeat and tragedy in the run of history. Prayer puts a specious value on cowardice, or offers a tempting resort to it. And mankind suffers the consequences of its failure to act.

There are tides in the affairs of men which they must ride to a fortuitous outcome, or lose the opportunity forever. It spells disaster when prayer palsies spiritual initiative and inhibits action. And deferment of decisive action only makes more desperate action necessary later.

In the end the man who will be content to pray when he ought to fight must fall under the moral condemnation of all the more heroic instincts of our nature. The soul is sent to earth
 to profit by meeting the exigencies of experience.

If it seeks to dodge the trying ordeals by prayer, it misses and wastes the very essence of its instructive experience. Revelation promises its seven rewards to "him that overcometh," not to him that prayeth.

No prayer or sanctified wishing can obviate for souls the necessity of learning and obeying the laws ordained for their evolution.

Prayer operates at the level of the mental or the psychic. In fact life attaches penalties to failure to bring ideal conceptions out into their final form of concrete actualization. The mere dreamer, the idealist, the visionary suffers the fate of negation and eternal futility.

Continuance in such a state will lead to a life of unreality, to neurosis and finally to disease. Verily, affirms the Baghavad Gita, action is better than inaction, than dreaming and wishing.

The lesson wrapped up in this survey is indeed a challenging one. It carries the realization that health, balance and happiness can flow only from a life of endeavor to make visions, hopes, ideals come true in concrete form.

The soul that eternally teases itself with wishes and dreams with prayers and does not go to the limit of active exertion to actualize them will forever be penalized by missing those wholesome influences that flow in only from positive resolute action.

It will never revel in the satisfaction of reaping the due reward and enjoying the rich fruits of endeavor. He will have created nothing to look upon and pronounce good. He who prays and does not act is not in line with the creative spirit of the universe.

Then if performance is the final criterion of success, the question arises: can prayer have any value whatever?

If action is the final determinant, prayer can have but incidental and minor value, to be studied by psychology. All conscious experience of the race testifies to the crucial value of action and to the indecisive value of prayer.

The happy repercussion from vigorous exertion is infinitely more satisfying than the pious wrestling in prayer. Can it be expected that God will be moved to utter his final "well done, thou good and faithful servant" if the servant has done nothing beyond praying? Is God likely to reward a man for what not he but God himself had done for him?

Until man makes a gain under his own power, by his own intelligent self-mastery, he makes no real gain.


Would pious religionists uphold the proposition that in any realm the violator of beneficent law should escape penalty? How could even a divine providence maintain order in its universe if it held no whip hand over disobedience? The rabid endorsement of indiscriminate healings commits one logically to the sanction of law-breaking.

It approves the principle that the evil effects of years of wrong-doing or wrong living are of no consequence and can be wiped completely off the slate of life's record, if only a healer with magical touch chances to come by the village. The doctrine of the forgiveness of sins carries similar connotations.

To bring the issues involved into clearer light, the matter can be illustrated with more concreteness. If people are to be healed it is necessary that they should be sick, diseased or crippled.

The pious zeal for healing wrecks little of the past life that has brought people to evil condition; the magic of love, or the love of magic, sweeps all that away.

Let us consider a person who has got himself tied in knots with rheumatism, arthritis, high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis, diabetes, cancer or other bad state.

Obviously this is not just chance, evil fate or divine wrath, but directly the result in a vast majority of cases of wrong eating, intemperate indulgence, or at any rate some violation of the laws governing the delicate balance of forces in the human bodily economy.

It is critically imperative here that we break through the walls of pious infatuations surrounding this situation and face the real issues involved, which requires the asking of the question which again will be resented by pietism:

what right does the person suffering from the direct consequences of law violation have even to ask to be healed by some external magic with no reference whatever to any change of action or cessation of his evil habits of law-breaking?

Concomitant with this is the other question equally repugnant to pietistic feeling: what right would a divine personage, as Jesus, have to step in and inject his supernatural power into the life or the body of such a violator of the laws of right living?

His assumed right would make him accessory to law violation, an abetter of wrong living, intervening to save a law-breaker from the just consequences of his action.

He would be helping and encouraging law violation.
This makes an anomaly of the whole healing code of so much religion, one that has in fact driven millions away from the temples of such illogical faith.

It is probably true to say that wrong habits of eating and the distorted attitudes of mind that are thereby superinduced the two now constituting the psychosomatic basis of disease cause ninety percent of human ills, both of the body and its psyche.

How aberrant must then be the mode of human thinking which continues to look to the intervention of some "divine" power or person to "heal" the abnormalities produced, instead of working to eradicate the root cause, wrong eating?

In our effort to cure those ills we commit ourselves to the absurdity of actually going into the world where their cause is not to be found. We seek a healing through an extraneous force that has no connection with the matter at all.

"God is not subject to the carnal nature, neither can he be" That's the PHYSICAL BODY, YOU SEE!!!

If this is not as outrageous a form of religious superstition as ever could be found in "primitive" society, it would be hard to find one surpassing it.

The great basic issue in all this must be faced and it will not be squarely met until we throw off the false persuasions of the religionist and bluntly put the hard question: what right does the human violator of life's good laws have to expect healing from sources outside himself?

Life has remarkably equipped its creatures with self-healing powers.

The exigencies of existence are designed to develop the creature's power to use those resources. If religion persists in its protestations of the right to be healed extraneously, then we must sadly bewail the wreckage of the moral balance in the life of the world. We have eventually to make our choice between these two positions.

Are we going to learn to love the law and seek happiness in obedience to it; or insist on our right to violate the law and then run to the miracle-man to evade its consequences?

If by miracle we can dodge the consequences, the moral order of life is shot to bits. Happily for man it must be true that no law of life can be violated with impunity.

If mortals can commit crime against nature and then run to deity or his self-constituted trustees and beg off, or pay off, the just consequences, where would be the equity of the universe?

That was the issue that was genuine and robust enough to inspire and embolden the Protestant Reformation. Is it not time that Protestants themselves and all others rise to protest the sly, subtle, insidious continuance of the same treacherous influence masked behind the disguise of prayer and healing? The great physician sent to heal the ills of mortal man is the God-power in man himself. Man must heal himself, through the Godhood that is in him.

The next count in the case against the overweening assumptions of the healing cult is the fact that, if such healing were possible, life under law would be deprived of its educative power and function. This would spell infinite tragedy, again upsetting the moral stability of the world. Life can not take us ahead unless it can teach and enlighten us.

Only by burning it upon our consciousness the consequences of our thinking and our action can life instruct us in finality. If any influence interposes to cut the link between action and consequence, nature can not educate us.

Her pedagogical power is snatched away from her hands, her rod of discipline is stolen. She can not make her demonstrations to us. She loses control of her school and her pupils riot in disorder. They find they do not have to obey her. Again chaos supervenes.

But nature can not resign her teaching prerogative and stay in command. Is life to surrender to the caprice of human nature and a fictitious religious magic? It is unthinkable; yet the temple of all religious faith, prayer and healing rests on this impossible foundation.

Never has there been enough competent mental power exercised in the counsels of cult religion to discern the logical anomaly of holding up the claims made for prayer and healing beside the doctrine of strict justice in the cosmic realm.

Justice and true healing can not be thought incompatible; yet they have been set almost in opposition to each other.

What must be seen is that healing, if it comes truly and is not sheer mesmerism, must come in ways that are wholly in accord with natural law. Nature must be made healing's ally, and not be put in the position of an enemy to be overcome.

It can be counted on as next to certain that a cure which is superinduced from without registers no victory, spells no gain, records no progress for the individual concerned.

There can be no real vicariousness in the world of life.

(The popular idea of vicarious atonement is only an exotericized distortion of the true esoteric sense involved.)

No unit of life can perform the work of evolution for another, for only the one undergoing the strains and stresses can reap the instruction. If an individualized center of life's energy does not register its own gains, they simply are not made.

Partiality and injustice would ride in on the life economy if it were otherwise. If one be "healed" by the offices of another, it will fade out and a true healing will still have to be made by the entity itself. It is admissible to think that others may help us to learn how to make our own gains. But only the unit itself can do the work.

Modern psychoanalytic understanding and technique have now gone far to introduce into this vast field the principles of a definite psychological science. The good effect already has been to bring the whole range of what were heretofore considered special religious phenomena out into the open world of purely secular character.

There is nothing distinctly religious about them. They can be subsumed under the laws governing the operation of consciousness. It is to be hoped that the further perfecting of knowledge and technique in psychology will diminish the area still persistently allotted to religious magic and increase the area of known secular science.

The gains registered in the decrease of hysteria and belief in angelic or demoniac supernaturalism and in the increase of sanity and balance in religion will be incalculable.

There is, of course, a spiritual healing that is the thing religion should have inculcated instead of the hybrid and spurious cult persuasions that have hallucinated the masses. But this genuine cult achievement demands the knowledge and technical skill of a stout-hearted and confident humanism, a sound faith in man himself as the agent plenipotentiary of all the divine power needed for his salvation.

From the human standpoint the procedure is elementary enough; it involves simply the development of sufficient intelligence to cease violating beneficent law and disciplining oneself to obey it. It means learning how to live properly.

The tacit implication in religion that any other shorter or easier way than this is available is an empty delusion and must give way to growing knowledge. A religious science that is built on knowledge of the forces operative within the human psyche, without the injection of magic from some extraneous source, is indicated as the true spiritual science of an enlightened humanity.

For this science envisages the presence within man's own constitution of a seminal power of divinity. It was sown as seed of God's own essence in the garden bed of man's nature. It must be reared from seed stage to maturity under the tutelary influences of earth experience, which bring its mighty faculties to function.

As this principle is gradually unfolded in the individual life, it begins its ministry of healing. Magical enough is its potency to cure our ills and make us whole.

All the "miracles" of the Gospels and other ancient Bibles of revered authority are allegories dramatizing the potency of the indwelling Christ power to heal all man's LOWER ills. Sensational discoveries in scholarship now authenticate this statement.

When man ceases his childish praying to God to perform miracles for him and turns to cultivate the divine powers slumbering within his own temple of consciousness, he will find at last the help, the comfort and the victory he is intended to have.

If prayers were answered as believed and healings performed as claimed, there would be perpetual chaos in the life of the world.

Happily life's beneficent laws prevail.

The idea that God is an over sized white male with a flowing beard who sits in the sky and tallies the fall of every sparrow is ludicrous.

But if by "God" one means the set of physical laws that govern the universe, then clearly there is such a God. This God is emotionally unsatisfying. It does not make much sense to pray to the law of gravity.


What is God? Is God a giant man who once incarnated as his own son 2,000 years ago through the womb of a woman in the Middle East? Certainly not.

Is God a man who created everything we see? Wrong again. These stories are just perceptions filtered through the limited human mind. They are not ultimate truths.

Is God male? No way. This is an erroneous interpretation by the male ego.

"God" is the Life Force

One can think of God as the life force or sentience that permeates the cosmos, gravity or levity, it matters not. As an example of such an energy, one can take a plug and stick it into an electrical outlet this is what becoming spiritual is all about. One becomes plugged into "God."

But think about that electrical life force: It has no form. In other words, it's not a human being.

It has no gender; it's not a male. It has no color; it's not white. It has no size and no container. That life force, or "God," is not a giant white man, as we have been told, who can mysteriously incarnate himself through the womb of a virgin of any particular ethnicity.

Rather than being historical, these are myths that are merely symbolic for the creation of matter out of spirit.

In the Far East, this life force has been discerned as and termed "the Tao." The Tao is the "thing" that makes birds chirp, cats purr and the sap of the trees run. We can also call it cosmic consciousness.

It is simply an energy, sentience or spirit that pervades all things. Far from having gender, as we have been led to believe, it is the magnetic principle between the male and female potency's.

It is also the male and female polarities themselves. This Great Spirit, Tao, or God, encompasses all things. If it is not all-encompassing, it is not God.

Anything less than the total is not God. The definition of "God" is omnipresence itself. Nothing is outside of "God."

The Cosmic Mind

The creative/destructive mechanism of this all-encompassing life force can be called the "cosmic mind" or the "universal mind."

This cosmic mind projects its thoughts into form; hence, reality could be called "God's Dream." But this dream includes the fragmentation of the Divine into seemingly dense objects and entities that have a will and independence of their own.

As separate entities, we are nonetheless connected atomically to this life force, but the individual ego separates itself into a deluded state.

This delusion, or maya, can become so strong that the creative life force is limited and the entity in which this spark exists no longer knows that it is "God."

This delusion, which can be called "satan" if personified, is how existence creates, by separating itself out of the whole and presenting the illusion of the many.

But this delusion/ego/Satan is not anything bad until it is so separate and dense that it no longer sees itself all around but sees "other," which it is then free to harm if need be or desire arises.

True Spirituality

True spirituality is defined not by separation but by union, union with the whole, union with the life force, Great Spirit, Tao, or God, that lies behind creation and binds it together.

Of course, the separation itself could also be thought of as a spiritual experience, in that it provides an opportunity for an individual soul to truly develop itself. Yet in that development, we come back to the omnidimensionality of being one with the cosmos.

It is a paradox, yet one we like to live with, one that we ourselves created, as directors of our own drama. To be separate yet infinite now, this is "God." This is ecstasy.

Anything that imposes limits on an infinite divinity is not a complete spiritual system or experience. Anything that projects form upon this genderless, raceless, formless and nonhierarchical godliness is not the ultimate truth.

The ultimate truth, which is "God," cannot have any form whatsoever, no gender, no race and no hierarchy.

"God" Has No Form or Gender

In the gnostic or esoteric systems of any religion, the Ultimate is always perceived as utterly formless. The realization of such formless Ultimate is considered within these systems to be the flowering of consciousness, the maturation of the soul and psyche.

Thus, the definition of "God" as a father-figure in the sky is a lower understanding upon which lies man's puerility and immaturity. Creation has no gender, nor does the creator.

"God" is not only father but mother, and grandfather and aunt and grandmother and uncle and cousin and sister and brother, etc. If the "Mother of God" can give birth to "God," She must also be God.

Can an imperfect, unholy being give birth to a perfect, divine one? She must also be divine, which makes her God.

In reality, behind the fables, the truth is that the "Mother of God" also has no form but is simply the female aspect of creation, when the neutral Spirit-Atom begins to divide itself. The first elements out of the formless creator/destroyer/ balancer are male and female, in equal proportions. The perfect yin/yang balance is the basis of creation.

There is no hierarchy in spirit; hence, the female is never in reality lower than the male, as certain "religious" traditions teach. In humans, the density grows so strong, the ego so potent and intoxicating, that the gender aspect becomes all-consuming.

One is nearly completely defined by the gender of the material vessel in which the genderless consciousness is carried.

While this illusion is remedied spiritually, in this earthly dimension these differences remain between male and female.

The remedy is that the consciousness of the individual, through enlightenment or "God-realization," recognizes that it is both male and female and neither.

It is an impartial observer or "witness." Yet, we need not be so hasty in maintaining a genderless state for ourselves, as we are rather fond of the play between polarities, which is in large part why we take birth.

The Ego, Consciousness and Enlightenment

The ego will perceive itself as having a gendered experience, but the witness behind the ego is a clean slate of pure sentience. In this dualistic creation, both experiences will happen simultaneously, where one can know the union of existence, the genderlessness and egolessness, and one can enjoy the separation.

The difference is one of consciousness. The conscious, awakened individual will know in her/his inner being that she/he is "one with creation," but will also know that as the creator of her/his own drama she/he has chosen to incarnate into the denser, more deluded realms, for the sake of the experience itself.

He or she has no other reason for incarnating, just as "God," or the universal mind, has no reason for creating except for its own amusement. Once an illuminated soul knows this, then he or she is free to create his or her own experience and purpose for incarnating. This is liberation. This is enlightenment.

Enlightenment, which seems to many to be so nebulous, awesome and scary, is very easy. It is not miracles or magic tricks, although those can be developed if desired strongly enough. Enlightenment is simply the realization of who is pulling the strings of one's puppet. It is the revelation of autonomy to the individual.

It is the bestowal of the ultimate god-authority over one's own being. It is when the cosmic creative mind and the individual consciousness merge, when one's mind becomes united with the Cosmos.

This mental merger goes beyond the mind and penetrates the very cells of the being. This penetration is possible because the god-force resides within the soul-cells of every entity.

Perceiving the Divine

There are many practices that can lead to union or reunion with this life force, Great Spirit, Tao, God. We can use yoga or prayer, meditation, chanting or sex.

We can play basketball in the Zone. We can eat good food or engage in intelligent, funny or meaningless conversation. We can run up hills, climb mountains and swim seas. Or we can sleep.

Ultimately, no practice is needed, when one becomes united with this "godhead," when one has returned to the natural state, from which the human ego has created separation.

Reunion with this life force is the mark of true religious experience and system. A true religious system is not one that demands slobbering at the feet of a separate god-ego - however large and frightening, whatever race or gender, but one that leads to communion and union with the quality of divinity itself.


The cosmic union of which we speak, however, is voluntary and not dependent on the grace or force of another. It is not the soul-enslavement prescribed by religious ideologies that say one must surrender to "God."

It is merely the experience of Totality, of the Cosmos, which we think is a pretty big rush. This "coming back to God/Godhead" is not the BORG experience, wherein one is assimilated against one's will to an uncreative group of drones linked to a central mind. Indeed, that totalitarian despot is the classic description of "God" provided by theists and religionists.

All we're talking about here is when your mind is blown, such that your whole world dissolves and you are in another plane altogether, one that contains the plenitude of the void, with its infinite worlds the ultimate paradox and the biggest amusement park.

Now, this Cosmic Orgasm is "God," not the creature that priests portray who wants you to be begging him all the time, while sleepwalking through life, like BORG.

Knowing this Cosmic Orgasm actually allows you to be free from GOD/BORG. It allows you to become the creator. And from there you come back down to Earth and actually relish the separation, which is also divine, for it allows you, me, us and them to exist - individuals having a vast array of often exquisite experiences.

Knowing we are the creator of our own dramas, however, allows us to make those experiences even more exquisite and ecstasy-filled

On Being Religious

An ignorant people is generally a religious people, and a religious people nearly always an immoral people.

John Remsburg

People who claim to be religious usually aren't. They believe that following some doctrine, dogma or egotistical self-appointed "agent of god" makes them religious, when in fact following anything, like a brainless sheep, is the antithesis of true religion.

Not being able to think for yourself is not a mark of great religious piety but a sign of being cut off from creativity, which is the realm of the Creator Itself.

No person blindly following the uncreative life prescribed by a religious doctrine is close to the Creator but is in reality deadened to the Creative Life Force, which is "god"; hence, he or she is unreligious.

Do Pompous Pride and Religiosity Go Together?

Those who profess to be religious usually do so with great pride and feeling of being good. They think that they are getting brownie points with some deity in the sky or some society creature.

Others who hear their declarations of "I am a very religious person" nod their heads in tremendous approval, approval that the sheepish "religious" child desperately wants.

Oddly enough, the pride and ego-boosting that come along with such declarations are signs of irreligiousness, of insecurity and a definite separation from "God."

By saying that you are religious, you are in effect implying that there is something about yourself that is superior to the person who does not make such a claim.

You are arrogantly setting yourself apart from other human beings simply because you can shamelessly obey the doctrine of institutions that have mindlessly and violently wreaked havoc upon this planet.

Being a Zombie is Not a Religious Experience

Believing in a male father-figure in the sky, and ignorantly and uncreatively following rules set forth hundreds and thousands of years ago by a man or men, are anything but religious experiences.

The agents of such dead experiences thoroughly love that so many other people in the world think this is the definition of religion.

They benefit greatly by keeping people enslaved to dead dogma and in a state of perpetual childhood.

Obey! Don't question authority! Marry and reproduce! Don't think for yourselves! Family is good! Father knows best! Follow the Christian ethic! Baa! Baa! Baa!

A person in such a state never really knows what he or she is doing, unless it is the most basic of acts, like sleeping or going to the can.

But when real, hard decisions come flying down the pike, these people cannot think for themselves and must go running to one of their authority figures, such as a priest or even a psychiatrist who is the priest of his own religion for the answers to their lives' dilemmas.

This is to suppose that other people know who you are more than you do and can determine your life better than you can.

Not knowing yourself and putting your life in the hands of others, whether a terrestrial father or the Great Daddy in the Sky, is most definitely not a religious experience by any enlightened definition.

In fact, not knowing yourself is unenlightenment, which is considered the opposite of a religious experience in many cultures and religious traditions.

Even the mythical writer of the biblical Galatians informs and exhorts his followers: "My little children, with whom I am again in travail until the Christ be formed in you." (Emphasis added.)

What this correctly means is that until you become Christ Christ is a spiritual state of union with divinity, not a Jewish man, you are just a child, you are not fully formed.

The whole point of real religion is to create enlightened, awakened, fully formed adults who take responsibility for themselves and do not pass it off on any savior, messiah or father god.

A so-called religion that causes one to become crippled, self-mortifying and self-deprecating is not a religion but a social system of controlling the masses through psychological deformation and retardation.

Surrendering your existence to a fictitious daddy in heaven or hissavior-sonis not a religious experience.

For those who know what a religious experience is that is, an epiphany whereby the entire universe becomes a blessing followers of organized religion who proudly proclaim they are religious are irritating and idiotic.

Get a clue about the nature of God other than what some ridiculous, outdated, biased, sexist, racist and spurious book and its cheerleaders dictate.

Meditate and feel your inner silence.

Then you will truly be able to claim you are religious, but not while you are unthinkingly following someone or something simply because you think that will earn you marks in the Maker's "Book of Life."

Many serial killers and mass murderers have also claimed to be very religious people.

Obviously, this claim does not mark a good character. It is not an impressive thing to those who know true religion, which has no dogma, no doctrine, no anthropomorphic god, no saviors and no priests, but simply benevolence, divine love and cosmic consciousness.

Every religion holds that if its specific guidelines are not followed, true salvation is not destined to occur.

What becomes abundantly evident to those who seriously involve themselves from as unprejudiced a perspective as is possible say, that of an alien visitor simply observing this planet about every one of these so-called religious systems is that they are in fact not based on any true revelation from any specific deity who is the absolute authority and who gives "his word" to "his chosen people" but are instead based on egotistical and cultural biases that are destined to bring political and material gain to those who can force them upon others.

This statement may seem shocking to those who have not looked into the situation to any extent.

Those who are caught up in any given religious tradition will believe that their system is the only true one, the most advanced in the universe. This is the first sign of egotism and arrogance.

This presupposes that no other group of people or individual has ever had an enlightened or wise thought.

This assumes that only those who carry the "way, the light and the truth" have any intelligence whatsoever. It also presumes that whoever received "the Word" in the first place is a very egotistical "chosen person," or the arrogant "son of God," or some such.

True Wisdom Can Be Found Anywhere, Not Just in Some Old Book
The fact is that around the world wisdom has been able to penetrate the noggins of a multitude of people, to be revealed in a large array of creative ideas.

Contrary to what the brain-dead "religionists" would have everyone believe, there is nothing at all wrong with this variety.

This variety is the spice of life, and those who avail themselves of it are greatly enriched in consciousness and spirit.

Those who narrow down their consciousness to reject the wisdom and perception of all other cultures in favor of their own egotistical "religious" beliefs are mean-spirited and lacking in divine spark.

They call themselves devout, but they are really out of it.


The apostle Paul said “Likewise the Spirit also helpeth our infirmities: for we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered.

Infirmities means the sickness of the indwelling ego, and it's effects on out minds/consciousness, that's the only infirmity that god cares about, or exists as far as it is concerned.

And he that searcheth the hearts knoweth what is the mind of the Spirit, because he maketh intercession for the saints according to the will of Elohim (God)."

(Rom. 8:26-27). Paul also wrote: “Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of Elohim, the powers that be are ordained of Elohim. Whosoever therefore resisteth the power, resisteth the ordinance of Elohim, and they that resist shall receive to themselves damnation.” (Rom. 13:1-2) Who are the Elohim, they were seven of them in the bible, the seven elohim. the seven spirits of god.

What is the division between soul and Spirit?

Heb. 4:12, “For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.” This division between the soul and Spirit must be understood for two reasons;

1) It shows that our Heavenly Father, Yahweh Elohim (Spirit), resides within our soul (not above the sun, moon and stars, somewhere in outer space, but WITHIN YOU), is the governing principle or law, and is always ever present, whether we are conscious of it or not.

The direction of prayers should be within rather than without. So when praying we should not look up into the physical ethereal sky to have our prayers answered.

2) It is the Spirit within the soul that is the true and only intercessor. All prayers are carried out according to His eternal purpose, pattern, and plan, and not our misguided and self centered will or mind. When in meditatin (praying) , look towards the center of the forehead. This is the real meaning of prayer.

Dr. Henry C. Kinley states the division between soul and Spirit as follows:

"Yahweh Elohim brought forth both man and animal from Mother Earth. Elohim breathed in them the Breath of Life or the Spirit entered into them, a DIVISION between body and soul, and they became living creatures.

Finally, the Divine Law, being the Throne of Yahweh or seat of authority was imbued in the mind of both animal and man establishing an instinct to care for their offspring, to multiply and replenish and earth.

This shows a DIVISION BETWEEN Soul and Spirit," (Elohim the Archetype Original Pattern of the Universe, p. 66). The seven elohim (seven spirits of god).

Spirit guides the soul.

Spirit is the Higher Power (Rom. 13:1-2), Law or Principle within the soul, that guides the consciousness or mind. Job verifies this for he stated “But he (Elohim ) is within one mind, who can turn him, and what his soul desireth, even that he doeth. For he performeth the thing that is appointed for me: and many such things are with him (Jb. 23:13-14).”

The Master said it was “the Father that dwelleth in me, he doeth the works (Jn. 14:10)". Using the tabernacle pattern Yahweh said He would dwell in the Most Holy Place in a cloud, TYPIFYING SPIRIT, located above the mercy seat of the Ark of Covenant between the wings of the cherub (Lev. 16:2; Ezk. 1:1-3 compare Matt. 17:1-9). In other word within the third ventricle of the brain.

The high priest saw Elohim take on form within the cloud. Moses also heard His voice from a cloud speak from off the mercy seat (Ex. 25:22; Num. 7:89).

This is the voice that directs our conscious and gives us visions and revelations, as was shown to Moses and the high priest in the tabernacle pattern. In fact, various prophets describe seeing Elohim in a cloud in a vision within their tabernacle. This is not their imagination, but the higher power.

It must be understood by all truth seekers that the tabernacle in the wilderness was built by the Israelites in accordance to the pattern shown to Moses in the mount. Which is an exact replica of the human brain.

It is symbolic of man’s brain which is the visible representation of the soul. The apostle Paul wrote to the Corinthians assembly the following: “What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of Elohim, and ye are not your own? For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify Elohim in your body, and in your spirit, which are Elohim’s (1 Cor. 6:19 - 20).”

Elohim, the head, directs and is inseparably linked to the body.

Ezekiel (Ezk. 1st chap.), Daniel (Dan. 10:4-8), and other prophets, saw and heard Elohim and the whole angelic host appear in a vision within a cloud of fire.

Now the Apostle John in his panoramic vision, in A.D. 96, on the Isle of Patmos, wrote in the book of Revelation that every eye shall see the Messiah “Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye (third eye) shall see him, and they also which pierced him: and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of him. (Rev. 1:7)".

The apostle Paul said the Messiah is the Head of the Assembly “And he is the head of the body, the church: who is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead; (Col. 1:18).”

The Great Master Yahshua the Messiah, Elohim in a body, teaching his disciples and Israel is another example of the Higher Power making itself known to the mind or consciousness of men.

In plain simple terms man’s mind or consciousness is a receiver of messages and the Spirit is the transmitter and source. Our Heavenly Father Yahweh and his Son Yahshua the Messiah are a symbol of Universal or Subconscious Mind.

The ark of the covenant symbolizes the mind electrified with the cosmic electromagnetism (ELohim).

Thus the minds symbolically represented, as the two archangels that over shadowed the ark of the Covenant (the brain) looking into and receiving instruction from the Cloud, symbolic of Spirit.

The entire angelic host gathered around His throne awaits his instruction, direction, and guidance (Dan. 7:9-11). The writings of Moses, Job, Paul, and the words of the Messiah confirm and prove that man has a consciousness or mind and that there is a higher power within the man dictating to it (Exo. 25:22; Num 7:89; Job 23:13; John 14:10; Rom. 13:1). Further proof of this in the scriptures can be seen with the Israelites migration out of Egypt. In bondage to the flesh.

The cloud communicated to Israel.

A Cloud led Israel out of Egypt, gave them light by night for forty years in the Wilderness, sat atop Mt. Sinai ( the highest state of consciousness) (Ex. 19 - 20th chap.), and spoke the law to the congregation of Israel, making itself the head and Israel the body.

It is quite evident that something must have been in each Israelite that heard this voice from the cloud, whether they thought it was their conscious or mind.

That voice was the power that frightened the body of Israel, and caused them to vibrate beyond all sensibility showing them He was the Higher Power and not their imagination (Exo.19:16-19).

The brain directs the body.

The physical body scientifically proves that the soul must have a higher power dictating to it.

Now the brain is the Higher Power in the body that directs, dictates, and communicates with the whole physical body. Since the brain is the temple or tabernacle (1 Cor. 6:19-20), the brain correlates with the Ark of the Covenant and the Cloud in the tabernacle.

In fact just as the high (your higher self) priest saw a vision of Elohim in a cloud, physical vision takes place in the brain. The images the eye sees are formed in the occipital lobe or the back part of the brain.

There is an inseparable relationship between the brain and the physical body to show forth that there is an inseparable relationship between Soul and Spirit.

Anatomically or structurally the brain has depressions and convolutions liken unto a cloud and two halves (left and right hemispheres) (adam and eve) liken unto the two Archangels on either end of the Ark of the Covenant.

Thus we see that the brain is the seat of authority for the physical body, the visible temple, so the invisible soul must also have a head (Holy Spirit) to direct it through the mind or consciousness.

Master gland governs the body.

Within the brain the Pituitary Gland, the master gland of the body, is located just above the roof of the mouth.

This typifies the two tables of stones on which the Ten Commandment Law were written and placed in the Ark of the Covenant. Seven hormones are secreted from one lobe of the pituitary gland and three from the other lobe, as seven laws were written on one table of stone and three on the other.

The law written on stones governed Israel from their conception to maturity. Likewise, the pituitary gland governs the body’s growth, reproduction, and metabolism by secreting some ten hormones. Hormones are simply chemical messages or laws, produced by various glands in the body that tell the cells in the body what to do. These are the ten commandments

Spirit governs the soul.

The Spirit (electromagnetism) directs the soul (light) and is the true seat of authority that governs our minds or consciousness whether we are aware of this or not.

It is the Spirit that governs our spiritual growth, reproduction, and the rate we digest or understand spiritual principles (metabolism), just as the Pituitary Gland controls this in the physical body.

It is obvious that the Spirit is an integral part of the Soul, as the brain is an integral part of the physical body.

Now before we explain prayer, the student must understand the difference between the Spirit and the mind. No one has seen a functioning human being without a brain. Likewise, no mind can function without the Spirit (electromotive force) therein.

All man-made organizations have a head

As we proceed to examine man’s organizations we find they also have a head. Now every nation or country has a capitol or head from which laws emanate to govern the states or provinces.

Washington D. C. is the capitol of the United States of America, Peking is the capitol of China, and Moscow is the capitol of Russia. Under the law, Jerusalem was the place where the law of Moses dwelled in the temple and from which the body of Israel was governed.

Every major business corporation has a headquarters where laws and polices are formed to govern the rest of the body. This principle, a law proceeding out from a head to govern the body, must hold true within the spiritual realm.

Spirit dwells hidden within the soul

This Higher Power, Yahweh, is far more superior in INTELLIGENCE, POWER, LOVE, ETC., than man’s finite mind even though HE dwells hidden within it.

The truth seekers of the earth plane must understand and know that Elohim operates within the consciousness or mind, and is undetectable by the soul.

He reveals Himself to it only by visions and revelations (Num. 12:6; Jb. 33:14-16).

It is the Spirit that has the power to hide himself or reveal himself to a man’s mind.

Now David wrote a song about Yahweh hiding himself “How long wilt thou forget me, O Yahweh (LORD)? for ever? how long wilt thou hide thy face from me” (Psa. 13:1)? The Messiah hid Himself from Israel because they believed not the miracles He performed (John 12: 36-37).

The mind or consciousness is unable to comprehend or perceive Our Heavenly Father Yahweh in His pure ontological state of existence, for in this state He has no shape nor form.

Only through the Son, Yahshua the Messiah, who is the form, is the Father revealed (John 1:18; 5:37). Now if the Messiah hides Himself from a man's consciousness or mind, the man truly is walking in darkness!

The mind is a vessel wherein Spirit is revealed

Without some form or image, the mind cannot comprehend or conceive an abstract principle for it is invisible and seen only in manifestations. The student must understand and know that an image, manifestation, sign, etc., is a symbol representing some abstract principle and not the reality. Again reiterating, the mind is a vessel whereby the Spirit or Principle can make itself known unto men by visions and revelations (Num. 12:6).

Until we receive a revelation from the Spirit within, we think that our mind is the seat of authority or the master of our own destiny. Now this represents someone that is spiritually and psychologically dead.

The Apostle Paul called this state and condition carnal mindedness (Rom. 8:6).

Thus true consciousness is an inward awareness and faith in the Spirit within. This is not the outward consciousness of the external world as perceived through the physical senses and academically trained mental faculties.

Now man’s consciousness must develop faith and confidence in this inseparable Spirit law or principle within if it is to evolve unto perfection and glorification in ages throughout eternity.

What are the divine differences between soul and mind?

The student of metaphysics must understand that soul and mind are both immaterial, or spiritual, and used synonymously, but they can be rightly divided (II Tim. 2:15) from a divine standpoint. The soul has the form of the physical body, but it is invisible and incorporeal.

The mind has no shape or form and is used to refer to various mental attributes, such as will, reason, feeling, imagination, etc. In short, the mind is the seat of authority for the soul and it is the mind that communicates, perceives, and understands the higher power.

An analogy must be given to illustrate the difference. The brain or nervous system in the physical body dictates to it as the mind or consciousness does to the soul. So we see that a soul or spiritual embodiment has a seat of authority, the mind or consciousness, just as every physical body has a brain.

Both the soul or the mind are not to be confused with the Creator’s infinite Power and intelligence, even though they are His offspring. The difference between a baby or child and a mature adult is growth and development, so it is with the soul (Child) and the Creator Yahweh Elohim (Adult).

The physical body grows externally or outwardly while the soul grows inwardly, spiritually, and psychologically within the mind or consciousness.

A soul’s growth is manifested through the development and production of the fruits of the Spirit (Gal. 5:22) such as faith, patience, longsuffering.

Spirit Causes the mind to grow and develop.

It must be understood that the Spirit or principle (Law) in the soul doesn’t grow, but causes growth and development in the mind or consciousness. Just as the hormones don’t grow, but spark the growth of the cells. So the mind is limited, initially, because it needs a stimulus for growth. Likewise the child’s body and his knowledge of this world is limited without the pituitary gland providing a growth hormone and his parent’s guiding him mentally.

The mind is the seat of reason of man’s mental faculties. Even though these faculties are spiritual in nature they have their physical counterpart located in the brain. Man has some recognition of his own existence, sensations, thought, and awareness.

Consciousness is usually defined from a physical standpoint or is a type and shadow of the true consciousness that is spiritual.

Now true consciousness from a divine standpoint is a state and condition where we are aware, cognizant and recognize the Spirit within our mind or soul based on a knowledge and understanding of the three-fold tabernacle pattern. In the above chart we compare the tabernacle pattern with man’s spiritual makeup, the three states of matter, the Godhead, and the physical body to understand the inseparability of the soul of man with Spirit.

Yes, we definitely need to pray!!!

In conclusion, our need to pray becomes quite apparent once we realize that creatures, both angels and men, don't control our own destiny, but are subject to the Spirit within us, the higher power (Rom. 13:1-2), that dictates to our minds and causes all things to be according to his will.

We don't know what adversities or obstacles tomorrow will bring, nor if we will be alive tomorrow to face them, nor the state and condition of our health if we are alive tomorrow.

Upon realizing the inseparable relationship between the Creator and his creatures, we should not pray for material things, but to be in harmony with His will.

No woman, no matter how voluptuous she looks in a bikini, will wear it outside in the winter. Why?

Because the Spirit within her mind has harmonized her reasoning to know it is wiser to wear more and warming clothes in colder weather. Likewise, the Spirit within us can harmonize our minds spiritually and psychologically in adverse conditions, and guide us with an inner voice.

The bible says that you only pray to god in TRUTH and SPIRIT.

Not openly in synagogues and a local church. "when ye pray enter within thy closet and pray thy father which is in secret" " I make darkness my secret place"

True prayer in the biblical sense means to enter within and activate the inner power, and there is only one way to do this, and it is called meditation. when you are taking no thought in meditation, you are activating the inner power. There simply is no other way, and there never has been.

MEDITATION proofs in the BIBLE

In meditation, you must still the mind, and sit in complete darkness, in order to activate the Pineal gland.

So look at what religion has purposefully not taught you.

2 Chronicles 20

17 Ye shall not need to fight in this battle: set yourselves, stand ye still, and see the salvation of the LORD with you, O Judah and Jerusalem: fear not, nor be dismayed; to morrow go out against them: for the LORD will be with you.

To be still, means to still the mind in meditation.

Psalm 46

10 Be still, and know that I am God: I will be exalted among the heathen, I will be exalted in the earth.

Again, be still, and KNOW that I'm god, not BELIEVE. Be still (meditate) still the mind.

2 Chronicles 30

8 Now be ye not stiff necked, as your fathers were, but yield yourselves unto the LORD, and enter into his sanctuary, which he hath sanctified for ever: and serve the LORD your God, that the fierceness of his wrath may turn away from you.

Stiffnecked means egotistical and one that scoffs at meditation, like your fathers.

Jeremiah 8

14 Why do we sit still? assemble yourselves, and let us enter into the defenced cities, and let us be silent there: for the LORD our God hath put us to silence, and given us water of gall to drink, because we have sinned against the LORD.

Silence referring to the inner silence of the meditative state.

2 Kings 11

20 And all the people of the land rejoiced, and the city was in quiet: and they slew Athaliah with the sword beside the king's house. {killing out lower nature} (The city is always the brain).

In quietness (meditation) he slew his enemies (control over the lower emotional center).

Psalm 107

30 Then are they glad because they be quiet; so he bringeth them unto their desired haven

Proverbs 1

33 But whoso hearkeneth unto me shall dwell safely, and shall be quiet from fear of evil.

Isaiah 30

15 For thus saith the Lord GOD, the Holy One of Israel; In returning and rest shall ye be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength: and ye would not.

Jeremiah 47

6 O thou sword of the LORD, how long will it be ere thou be quiet? put up thyself into thy scabbard, rest, and be still

Acts 19

36 Seeing then that these things cannot be spoken against, ye ought to be quiet, and to do nothing rashly.

Do nothing rashly (emotional outbursts) instead be quiet (quiet the mind) meditate

Ezek. 8:12-14 Then said he unto me, Son of man, hast thou seen what the ancients of the house of Israel do in the dark, every man in the chambers of his imagery? for they say, The LORD seeth us not; the LORD hath forsaken the earth (you).

This means when you start to think, and are not in true meditation, "taking no thought" The lord has forsaken you, the earth.

Amos 5:18 "woe unto you that desire the day of the lord; to what end is it for you? The day of the LORD is DARKNESS, and not LIGHT.

Amos 5:20 "Shall the day of the lord be DARKNESS, and not light. Even very DARK."

Matthew 4:16. The people which sat in darkness saw great light;

Psalm 119:97, "O how love I Your law! It is my meditation all the day".

Darkness is referring to meditating with eyes closed in a darkened area, or at night, but always in the dark. The pineal gland is activated in darkness.Then they saw a great light. (GOD).

"Blessed are the solitary and elect, for you will find the Kingdom. For you are from it, and to it you will return."

Do you see the word SOLITARY? The Book of Thomas is whispering to you, do you understand that this refers to quieting the mind in meditation? If you become solitary, you automatically become the elect. Then you will find God's kingdom.

"When you come to know yourselves then you will become known, and you will realize that is you who are the sons of the living Father."

PROOF of the WATCHERS, who are you and I, when we watch in meditation.

And when he awakened during the night, he used the time wisely. "When I remember you upon my bed, I meditate on You in the night watches" (Psalm 63:6).

" Meditate within your heart on your bed, and be still " (Psalm 4:4).

JESUS: "what I say to all , I say WATCH"

Why did he say that? Because when you WATCH yourself in meditation, and say "I'm watching myself" You collapse the wave function of photons, coming from above, these photons are messenger particles. And you will receive mail, from the stars (the universe),

Malachi 3:1

1. Behold, I will send my messenger, and he shall prepare the way before me:and the Lord, whom ye seek, shall suddenly come to his temple,(brain)even the messenger of the covenant, whom ye delight in: behold, he shall come, saith the Lord of hosts.

The messenger is the Photon which is a light messenger particle. When the light comes to the temple, then the Lord shall suddenly come to his temple.

Remember the Temple is within you as Jesus said in Luke 17:21 The kingdom of God is within you.

So the messenger or angle of light is the angel of light and then the Lord himself who you seek shall suddenly come to his temple.


Let’s break down what is being said here.

KJV Jeremiah 7:2-11
2. Stand in the gate of the Lord's house, and proclaim there this word, and say,
Hear the word of the Lord, all ye of Judah, that enter in at these gates to worship the Lord.

There are always 12 gates. There are 12 constellations of the ecliptic. There are 12 signs of the zodiac. There are 12 tribes, 12 disciples surrounding Jesus the Sun God.

This is because there are 12 cranial nerves of the brain.

Standing at the gate of the lords house is entering within yourself at the temple door to the right side. It is there as 1 Kings tells us that the door to the holy place is in the right side.

So you are in meditation.

Sitting, listening, watching.

At that point you are standing in at the gate of the Lords house. And the message then is for those who enter within.


Jeremiah 7:3. Thus saith the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel, Amend your ways and your doings, and I will cause you to dwell in this place.

This is an admonition to make changes in all aspects of your thinking and culminate your activities in obedience and meditation and you will then find that you are actually living full time in the Temple of God and receiving constant instruction and healing from the supreme light.

I will cause you to dwell in this place means just that.

Jeremiah 7:4. Trust ye not in lying words, saying, The temple of the Lord, The temple of the Lord, The temple of the Lord, are these.

This is very specific.

Do not. Repeat. Do not listen to people who try to tell you what the temple of the Lord means.

It can only come to you directly from the source, if you are willing to stand at the gate, in other words to meditate.

If you are willing to do that then you will receive directly from God.
All other words are lying words. It cannot be any plainer.


It was Jesus who said the Kingdom of Heaven is within you and it was Jesus who said that it is religious people who shut that Kingdom up.

They prevent people from going in because they scare people about the need for meditation by saying that there are demons and devils in the mind.

In Matthew 15:14 " it says that religious leaders are blind leaders of the blind. "

It's in the bible.

Woe unto scribes and pharisees (lawyers) "You have taken away the key of knowledge. You entered not in yourselves and them that were entering in you hindered."

In other words religion has taken away the key because they don't teach you to meditate

Psalms18:11 He made darkness his secret place;


But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly. (The closet, means within yourself). The word pray in the bible, means meditation.

Religious prayer is wrong. See here what jesus said about praying, as the religious do:

They sing songs, chant endless mindless prayers, totally against the biblical commandments, how do I know, because the bible tells me so, it says do not use vein repetition, while giving alms, it says while preying go into thy closet and prey to the father which is in secret, this means meditation.

"This means within you, it means meditation"

 Amos 5:18 Woe unto you that desire the day of the LORD! to what end is it for you? the day of the LORD is darkness, and not light.

Amos 5:20 Shall not the day of the LORD be darkness, and not light even very dark, . (This is MEDITATION)

And we have developed convincing evidence that the Pineal Gland which Jacob noted when he saw God face to face, opens and is active in the dark.

In Genesis 32:30 Jacob sees God face to face and calls the place Peniel.

Numbers 23:19 God is not a man 1 John 1:5 This then is the message which we have heard of him, and declare unto you that God is light.

So if God is light, and the Pineal Gland is the brains light receptor, then it is reasonable to consider that the Pineal Gland is your bodies God receptor.

Rene Descartes said, The souls contact with the body is in the pineal gland
So if the only way one can communicate with the supreme light is via spirit, and spirit is inner light that is activated via the Pineal Gland, then we have suddenly opened the secret that the worlds religions have totally missed.

"Now that's the whole kit and kabootle"


Unfortunately this is a very misguided opinion that comes from many people in the fundamentalist movement. But the position that they put forth concerning opening ones mind to demons goes directly against the teachings of Jesus Christ.

What are we doing when we enter into meditation . We are seeking direction from the universal God. That which flows from the higher consciousness above the thoughts of the carnal mind. If we are thus asking direction from "God ", who is within us, does it add up that we could possibly receive demons or devils instead.

In Matthew 7:10 Jesus says, " If you ask your father for a fish he will not send you a serpent". Thus we are left with a decision. Shall we trust Jesus who obviously understands the power within, or should we trust fundamentalists who obviously do not.

The Bible symbolically portrays negative and hurtful thoughts as serpents and scorpions. Those thoughts which are so damaging to us. A fundamentalist is afraid of these serpents and scorpions. These thoughts which they refer to as devils and demons. But what did Jesus say.

Luke 10:19 " Behold I give you power to tread on serpents and scorpions and over all the power of the enemy and nothing shall by any means hurt you." That seems quite clear. The power of the enemy.

who is the enemy.?

We are told in Romans 8:7 who the enemy is, " the carnal mind which is not subject to Gods law, neither can it be."

When you enter into yourself you are entering into the Kingdom of God. Fundamentalists who do not agree with the teachings of Jesus Christ , frighten people away from this wonderful secret which is only attainable through meditation.

AGAIN, Jesus refers to all people who turn others away from entering within themselves in meditation. AGAIN LOOK AT IT!!!

Luke 11:52 " you have taken away the key of knowledge, you entered not in yourselves and them that were entering in, you hindered."

Mat 23:13 But woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees,hypocrites! for ye shut up the kingdom of heaven against men:for ye neither go in yourselves, neither suffer (teach) ye them (the people) that are entering to go in

"An ye have entered not in yourselves, therefore you shutup the God's Kingdom
says the Bible"

And where is the Revelation of who dwells in that inner place attainable only through meditation John 14:20, " at that time you will know, I am in the Father, you in me and I in you.

If we will trust Jesus and turn our backs on religion, we fill find the Kingdom Of God -within us, and the planet earth will become the planet heaven as was originally intended. We must first remove ourselves from the vestiges of religion, the profane, the unwise and the ignorant.

Is the kundalini in Buddhism? the last paragraph tells the story

We find the serpent in Buddhism, including the Buddhist god, Magoraga, but the further Buddhism moved from its Hindu roots and the more philosophical it became the less room there was for any god, much less a serpent god.

However, we do have this one story: After his period of sitting under the Bo tree [ or Bodhi tree = Tree of Enlightenment] he sat for seven days under a great banyan tree.

 Then he left that tree and went to a tree called 'The Tree of the Serpent King, Muchalinda.' Muchalinda is a huge cobra who dwelt in a hole amongst the tree roots. As the Buddha meditated, unmindful of his surroundings, a large storm arose.

Muchalinda crept out of his hole wrapped himself seven times around the Buddha, and with his great hood, kept his head dry.

providing the serpentine path or serpent or Kundalini energy rising from its hole, the solar plexus area, and when it reaches the brain, its hood protected the buddha and it will protect us in times of storms and struggles. And its in your bible. WOW!!!!

this as a mythological story dealing with the human body as the tree in this case a banyon tree, and meditation the energy flows along the pathway of the 7 spine nerve centers or chakras, "here its seven days", It takes seven times to destroy the animal nature, the times means, the seven chakras the seven seals.

The third eye is the pineal gland

The purpose of human life is *not* to prepare yourself for death. The purpose of human life is to live, free of fears, guilt, anxieties, and feelings of personal inadequacy. Its the journey, that's it!!!

This is why religion is the antichrist, because it heaps onto you, fears, guilt, anxieties and inadequacy and tries to convince you, that you are a sinner and not worthy.

And keeps you from embarking on your inner and outer journey. you see, this is just the opposite of what you are supposed to experience in this life.

You are suppose to board your ship, make way and navigate the high seas, explore new worlds, and continue on the journey, and look for the hidden lighthouse.

 When the keel speaks, the ship will turn, but those that aren't meditating, will not receive the instructions to turn from the keel, instead it will fall on them.

All this is revealed in the bible, but few read it, and those that do, don't understand it.

When you are in total darkness in meditation, the darkness will turn into to light, inside your head. this is GOD.

You just read it!

See the page " I make darkness my secret place"

Psalm 115:17
"The dead praise not the LORD, neither any that go down into silence."

Here the dead, doesn't mean LITERALLY dead, but the wking or walking dead (spiritually). They do not go down into silence (meditation).

Advice to the Candidate

The Spirit speaketh expressly. Avoid seducing spirits (other animal natured people). Remain celibate (stay away from religion) and avoid, meat (animal natures). Refuse profane and old wives' fables. (Idle conversation, and superstition).


4:14 Neglect not the gift that is in thee, which was given thee by prophecy,
with the laying on of the hands of the presbytery.

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[8] For bodily exercise profiteth little: but godliness is profitable unto all things, having promise of the life that now is, and of that which is to come.

[15] Meditate upon these things; give thyself wholly to them; that thy profiting may appear to all.

[16] Take heed unto thyself, and unto the doctrine; continue in them: for in doing this thou shalt both save thyself, and them that hear thee.

So above, the Bible is admonishing you to meditate

"Bodily exercise profiteth little but godliness is profitable to all things. Exercise thyself rather to godliness through meditation. Be thou an example in word, in conversation, in charity, in Spirit, in faith, in purity. Give attendance to reading, to exhortation, to doctrine. Neglect not the gift that is in thee."

If you have a gift within thee, how can you stir it up?

The only answer is by seeking within one's self, and the only way anyone can seek within ones own self, is to enter into meditation.

Again the bible hides all of it's secret wisdom scattered throughout it's thousands of pages. But don't forget these very important verses.

"Woe unto you scribes and pharisees, for you shut up god's kingdom, for you neither entered within yourselves, and those that were entering in you hindered.

So, here jesus of the Bible says god's kingdom is shut up. WHY? because they did not enter within themselves. Meditation is the only way to enter within ones own self.

How about this one

"When ye pray, enter into thy closet and pray to thy father which is in secret"

This is an eastern term for meditation. The closet is you.

And what of this one. "I make darkness my secret place"

And " be still and know that I'm god".

These verses clearly spell out that your secret path to the god's kingdom happens in MEDITATION, as is taught by all the yogis of India, the Buddhists and martial arts Students, and other religions and disciplines.

There really is nothing worthy of an universal truth, unless it is in fact universal, and Meditation has always been known as the only way to gain enlightenment. it is and always has been the path to attainment. The path WITHIN.

And what does the bible say?

"Look not lo here nor lo there, for the kingdom of god is WITHIN you.

So I would ask you, if god's kingdom is within you, and the Bible says that it is, then how do you access this inner kingdom? hint! Meditation.

If meditation was not in the Bible, and the Bible did not say that god's kingdom is WITHIN you, then the entire Bible would be invalid, and completely out of sync with all the rest of the ancient religious teachings.

But the Bible did not let us down. It agrees with all of the ancient worlds religions and philosophies concerning meditation as the secret key, to the kingdom within.

The act of meditation requires one to decrease their ego, because an egotistical person will never go into meditation, writing it off as a useless and invalid discipline.

It requires a reduction of the lower mind (ego) to even enter into meditation.

That's why the bible says, many will seek heaven but only a FEW will ever attain it.

The Buddhists might make it, The Zen practitioners might attain it, the yogis in India might attain it. But sadly the Reborn fundamentalist Christian will never get to go to heaven, because they teach them that meditation opens them up to devils.

There is simply is no room for argument here, god did not say go the man made godbox down the street or the giant cathedrals with all their beauty and phylacteries. it's all just a disguise.

God said his temple was constructed without tools, and that the sound of no hammer, or axe, or tool of any kind was heard during it's construction.

And that it was built in SEVEN years. This is making reference to the seven seals or chakras on the spine, and meditation is the only way to allow the solar plexus energy to blow open these seals.

And the Bible says that god's temple (the human brain) is more beautiful than any man made temple.

So where is the temple, (within you, the human brain)

Where is god's kingdom? Within you

How do access this inner kingdom? MEDITATION.

Take care of thyself and unto the secret doctrine. Meditate upon these things, give thyself wholly to them; that thy profiting may appear to all.

Preach the word, exhort with all long suffering and doctrine. For they (the materialists) will not endure sound (spiritual) doctrine but shall turn their ears away from the truth and shall be turned unto fables. Endure afflictions, do the work of an evangelist, make full proof of thy ministry. (II Tim. 4.2-5)

Avoid foolish questions, and genealogies, and contentions, and strivings about the law: for they are unprofitable and vain. (Titus 3.9)

Do not err, every good gift and every perfect gift is from above and cometh down from the Father of Light. He beget in us the World of Truth. (James 1.16-18)

The Bible commands us to meditate. In Joshua 1:8, God says to meditate on His word day and night so we will obey it. The psalmist says "his delight is in the law of the Lord, and in His law he meditates day and night" (Psalm 1:2). Actually, the Bible mentions meditate or meditation 20 times.

The word worship. It is designed to focus on the Lord and His works (Ps. 27:4; 77:12). It is a place and space in our lives for communion with God. It is a means of elevating the spiritual over the material world and the world of activity: the world of hustle and bustle and coming and going.

To worship god in spirit and truth, means to go to that place of quietness and solitude within ones own self, and this is communicating with god, if you stop the internal chatter. There really is NO OTHER WAY.

Only then, when our minds are "set on things above", will we be successful in completing the "transformation" which includes "putting off the old man" and "putting on the new man" - cf. Co 3:1-2 with Co 3:5-14

"Things above", means the higher mind in meditation.

Psalm 63:6 "When I remember Thee on my bed, I meditate on Thee in the night watches"

become the Nightwatchman, and then you will eventually gain it.

1. They "mind the things of the flesh", which leads to "death" and "enmity with God" - cf. Ro 8:5-8

2. You cannot be a spiritual person if you "dwell" on carnal

a. "Recent studies conducted by a Stanford University research team have revealed that 'what we watch' does have an effect on our imaginations, our learning patterns, and our behaviors." - Denis Waitley, Seeds Of Greatness, p. 47-48

So what I say i say to all "watch" jesus christ of the Bible.

"First we are exposed to new behaviors and characters. Next, we learn or acquire these new behaviors. The last and most crucial step is that we adopt these behaviors as our
own." - ibid.

"One of the most critical aspects of human development that we need to understand is the influence of 'repeated viewing' and 'repeated verbalizing' in shaping our future." - ibid.

The information goes in, 'harmlessly, almost unnoticed,' on a daily basis, but we don't react to it until later, when we aren't able to realize the basis for our reactions." ibid.

"In other words, our value system is being formed without any conscious awareness on our part of what is happening!" - ibid.

"You are what you watch and think." - ibid., p. 45

"If a sixty second commercial, by repeated viewing, can sell us a product, then isn't it possible for a sixty minute soap opera or 'smut-com', by repeated viewing, to sell us a
lifestyle?" - ibid., p. 47

Fill your mind with positive and spiritual thoughts, and then enter within your own inner sanctuary, if you really want to:

a. "renew the mind"

b. "be transformed"

It's in the bible, and it is Jesus and God's command.

So then why will you ever need to go back to a church again.

When god's real church is within you.

You have been duped by religion for a thousand years.

"If Christians are to succeed, they must set their minds (meditate) on the things of the Spirit, on things above, where Christ is! Only then will they with God's help put off the old man and put on the new man."

We meditate to experience God, or to receive some revelation from God.

Both Eastern and Christian mystical meditation usually seek to empty the mind so as to find or receive truth within.

Ps:50:3: Our God shall come, and shall not keep silence: a fire ( kundalini) shall devour before him, and it shall be very tempestuous round about him.

Ps:94:17: Unless the LORD had been my help, my soul had almost dwelt in silence.

Ps:115:17: The dead praise not the LORD, neither any that go down into silence.

Eccl:3:7: A time to mend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak.

sa:41:1: Keep silence before me, O islands (brains); and let the people renew their strength: let them come near; then let them speak: let us come near together to judgment.

Jer:8:14: Why do we sit still? assemble yourselves, and let us enter into the defenced cities, and let us be silent there: for the LORD our God hath put us to silence, and given us water of gall to drink, because we have sinned against the LORD.

Lam:2:10: The elders of the daughter of Zion sit upon the ground, and keep silence

Lam:3:28: He sitteth alone and keepeth silence, because he hath borne it upon him.

Amos:5:13: Therefore the prudent shall keep silence in that time; for it is an evil time.

Amos:8:3: And the songs of the temple shall be howlings in that day, saith the Lord GOD: there shall be many dead bodies in every place; they shall cast them forth with silence

By invoking and calling on the Name of God in meditation the mind becomes still.

Meditation on the Word brings rest to both the physical body and to the mind.

Heb. 4: 10 For he that is entered into his rest (meditation), he also hath ceased from his own works, as God did from his. Let us labor therefore to enter into thy rest, lest any man fall after the same example of unbelief.

Psalm 116: 7 Return unto thy rest, O my soul; for the Lord hath dwelt bountifully with thee.

Did you see that, you will receive bountifully, in this state of rest (meditation).

Lk:8:5,11: A sower went out to sow his seed: and as he sowed, some fell by the way side; and it was trodden down, and the fowls of the air devoured it. Now the parable is this: The seed is the word of God.

1Pt:1:23: Being born again, not of corruptible seed, but of incorruptible, by the word of God, which liveth and abideth for ever.

The word can only be heard, when you stop talking, when you stop thinking, and sending you scattered thought waves to and fro.

"The lips of wisdom are sealed except to the ears of understanding"

This is the Mystery of Revelation. To go from a lower plane to a higher one, by allowing the energy in the solar (sun) plexus within you, to open the gates of heaven.

Key Phrases in the Bible

Sometimes the Bible can be very specific. Here are some of the key statements.

1. "Ye are gods in the becoming." (John 10.34)

2. "The kingdom of God is within you." (Luke 17.21)

3. "Seek ye first the kingdom of God and all things will be added unto you." (Luke 12.31)

Remember the nature of your origin is derived from the separation of your human Monad from the Godhead. This is what is meant by the Easter crucifixion of the "first born of Egypt."

The gate or lintel posts of the doorways had to be sprinkled with blood. This refers to the spiritual death, which has specific reference to the descent of the Soul from the cosmos, which is our Father, biblically speaking.

The offering of Isaac by Abraham means the same thing. Your Soul must descend into the tomb of the physical body to acquire spiritual knowledge. When the Soul reaches perfection by repeated incarnations it is said "to go out no more" from its Father's kingdom.

Do not err, every good gift and every perfect gift is from above and cometh down from the Father of Light. He beget in us the World of Truth. (James 1.16-18)

Our body is made of atoms. Atoms contain electrons. Now we understand that we are focusing on the entire body, but on the electrons in the Pineal because the pineal is the light receptor of the body.

We know that God is light. Jacob sees God face to face. In other words there was an activation of the light receptor of the body.

Jacob call the name of the place Piniel. So we activate the electrons in the Pineal why? We are trying to attract Photons. Photons are angles of light coming to the earth from above. Photons are messenger particles.

They are angels of light. Messengers of God. So we stimulate the Pineal, like Jacob ad see God face to face.

Electrons are stimulated and attract photons, which are angles of light, or angels of light, messenger particles from God. So we are looking for a message. We are looking for the messenger.

We thus stimulate the electrons in the Pineal to attract the messenger, or photon, or God. But where is this message, this Photon coming from? Basically the only place it can come from is the electrical magnetism that is in the cosmos. The galaxies, the novas, the nebulas, the stars, the planets.

And I'm not just saying that because we know that electrical energy does come from above. I am saying that because the Bible says it.

Genesis 1:14 let there be lights in the heavens and let them be for signs.

Job 38:31 canst thou bind the sweet influences of the Pleiades's or loose the bands of Orion. What is being said here? The electrical magnetism that comes from the Pleiades's exerts a sweet influence on the human brain. There is also an influence from Orion, and yes that evil old astrology is right there in the Bible.

And Job 38:33 can you bring forth Mazzoroth in it's due season, Mazzoroth means the 12 signs of the Zodiac, you can look this up in the dictionary and it's also in the back of most Bibles. And lastly Job 38:33 Do you know the ordinances of heaven.

The rules of the cosmos. The order. And canst thou set the dominion thereof in the earth (you). In other words do you understand that electro magnetic energy from the stars has an effect on the kingdom of the ruling operation of the earth. Do you understand that?

Judges 5:20 They fought from heaven. The stars in their courses fought against Sisera, sisera was a general who had a bad day and was killed. The current surging through his brain was effected by the electrical energy of the stars and it effected him negatively, and he made bad decisions, which resulted in getting him killed. And it's in the Bible.

So we have scientific evidence and scriptural evidence. We are electrical instruments in our physical realm. We are electricity in our spiritual realm. We can make contact with photons which are angles of light and are messenger particles.

Biblically we can make contact with God and angels which are messengers of light. We can resist the improper electrical energy which destroyed Sisera by using OHM, OM , during meditation.

So if we are to come under the dominion of the ordinances of heaven which are the influences of the stars we must stimulate the electrons in the pineal and open it to receive the angles of light from above.

So there are really two types of meditation, the watching meditation for collapsing waves, and the OM meditation for reducing the electrical current coming from above.

The progress of the Great Work in the crucible was often likened to the work of creation, and the generation of the spiritual man is in analogy with that of the natural man.

For the rest of the meditation story, see the page (the force). Elsewhere in this folder.

Now I want to talk about the bible for a minute

The bible is largely a book of mythology, parables and dark sayings, secret hidden wisdom etc. How do I know, because the bible told me so.

I must bring up a very important point here concerning the mythology.

And that is that the bible has myth, and literal statements in it at the same time.

I am sometimes asked how can one differentiate between what is a mythological concept, a parable or a literal truth.

First of all, concerning Jesus, it says "In a parable he spoke not unto them" meaning everything he said was a parable, we know that because the disciples asked him, master why do you speak in parables?

In the old testament, it says of god " Oh!, doth I the lord not speak in parables?"

here the bible is saying even god speaks in parables.

And the answer is simple.

The bible says "let us come reason together' it is whispering in your ear, something to the effect that hey, snakes don't talk, and neither do donkeys. People can't survive living in the belly of a great fish etc.

But then when the bible makes a statement like "the spirit speaks expressly" or "I declare" and so forth, it is Literal statement. but when it says a snake talked then it is mythology.

There has to be literal statements in the bible, or how else could the texts actually guide you as to it's true meaning.

The bible says straight forwardly "that god is not a man" Then why do refer to this god as he, totally against the bibles own words. It in fact says " I declare to you that god is LIGHT" Now light has no gender, yet we refer to this light as he. why do we do this? because the bible was written by MEN.

If I say it's raining cats and dogs outside, do you really look out the window, and expect to see cats and dogs falling out of the sky? Of course not!, you knew that I was speaking in a dark speech, but if I said to you hey look outside it is really raining very hard. Then you would know that I am speaking in a straight forward manner.

The bible is written in this very same vernacular. Somethings, especially all the stories are all mythology, but yet there are those straight forward verses to guide you and keep you in understanding.

Religion takes every word as literal truth totally against the following verse.

" Don't be a minister of the letter (LITERAL), but instead the spirit, for the spirit giveth life" (the spiritual understanding of the texts, brings understanding) ."

Yet they believe that a third of the stars will fall to the earth. Because it says so in revelations.

1 Million earths can fit inside our nearest star the sun (jesus), the star beetelguice is 100 times larger than our sun. There are billions of suns just in our milky way galaxy alone.

There are trillions of galaxies, and within each galaxy billions of suns (stars).

So that would mean that somewhere in the neighborhood of ;

7000000.0000000.0000000.0000000.0000000.0000000.0000000 stars will fall on the earth according to the bible.

Now I ask you is that reasonable? And the answer is absolutely not. Then you are now reading MYTHOLOGY. For the real meaning of a third of the stars falling to the earth, see the war in heaven file.

Taken literally, that is analogous to the millions of Earths falling on an ant.

"let us come reason together' So then lets do just that!!


He who accepts important matters without question and professes them as his own conviction shows boundless indifference and no true belief!

And it is in this light that such a person stands before Him Whom he customarily calls the Highest and the Holiest, Who should represent the purpose and the support of his whole being!

As such he is not a live member of his religion who may expect ascent and redemption, rather is he but "sounding brass", only an empty "tinkling cymbal", one who neither understands the Laws of his Creator nor troubles to recognize them!

("In the Light of Truth", The Grail Message, Composite Edition, p. 448).


The author of Ecclesiastes (or The Preacher ) in the Old Testament, who is thought to be, or at least associated with the proverbially wise Solomon, uses the expression "silver cord" in describing the last days of a dying man. He admonishes men to think of the Creator while they are still young. One should not wait until the last minute before turning to the Creator.

The bible exhorts us to remember the Creator before death comes, and the silver cord is cut ("before the silver cord is snapped" Ecclesiastes 12:6).

But, even though most of us do not see the silver cord, it is not really anything that strange.

The umbilical cord arises from the navel and connects the foetus (the unborn baby) to the placenta in the mother's womb. At birth, the umbilical cord is cut and the baby is set free. The point at which the cut is made heals and becomes the navel.

The silver cord, in linking the physical body with the soul, performs a role similar to that of the umbilical cord. Just as cutting the umbilical cord sets the baby free from the womb, so also breaking the silver cord permits the soul to free itself completely from the body and to continue its journey in another world. Death on earth is like birth into the beyond.

Spiritual impressions pass through the silver cord to the solar plexus (situated below the diaphragm) and from there to the back brain (also called the small brain). From the back brain such impressions go to the frontal (or large) brain which processes them so that they become accessible to our various physical senses.

The experiences of the physical world reach the spirit through the same channel. They start from the frontal brain through the back brain, the solar plexus, and the silver cord and finally reach the spirit.

As a further hint, it should be remarked that one of the first difficulties that confront materialists and those who do not believe in life after death is that, at the point of death, their silver cords are thick and do not break away from the body for a long time. The souls is not free, because it is bound by material consciousness.

And therefore

The result is that dying is tortuous and long. In some cases, the soul remains connected long enough to watch its own body decay, and feels the pain.

Which brings us to the next question:

Who is the antichrist?

Woe unto you, lawyers! (Religious ones)

For ye have taken away the key of knowledge: ye entered not in yourselves, and them that were entering in ye hindered.


For ye are like unto whited sepulchres, which indeed appear beautiful outward, but are within full of dead men’s bones, and of all uncleanness.

This is popular RELIGION!!

So gather up the children and load them up in the station wagon, and head off to the nearest Devil box down the street, and gain nothing.


Enter within yourself as the bible teaches, and then activate the internal kingdom, and then all will be added to you.

Nothing could be more clear, and if you do not understand or accept the above, then pearls (wisdom) has been cast before swine. (the person who eats pork), living wholly off of the lower ego mind.

Such a soul is not yet ready to enter into the university of truth, wisdom and knowledge. maybe after 100's of more incarnations you will be ready for truth and understanding. Remember it's not your fault that you have a young soul, and that religion has brainwashed you and lulled you to sleep with their sermons, lies and hymns.

But it is your responsibility, to forever vigilant as to what the truth may be.

"Because of your tradition (religious tradition), I will reject you" jesus

The very person that Christians venerate and admire, told them not to have anything to do with any religion of any sort, and said that if they be converted, they will become twice the child of HELL as they are.

Yet no one actually reads their bibles, and those that do, don't really know what they are reading anyway.

But all is not lost, because "he that hath (understanding) to him it will be given, but he that hath not (understanding) even that which he hath shall be taken away" The bible

The egoless man takes this knowledge and runs with it, as a track runner running a race and passes the baton to the next runner.

The EGO mind takes such knowledge and tramples on it, stamps it and grinds into small pieces with his the heel of his shoe. And continues to go to the churches and temples made WITH HANDS. Totally against the bibles very own teachings.
Go figure!!!

Prayer is meditation just as the Buddha taught, just as Krishna taught, just as the Upanishads teach, just as the Tao teaches, just as Jesus taught.

There is NOTHING worthy of being truth unless it is universally accepted. And MEDITATION is and qualifies as the medium to the higher self, or higher consciousness.

but the Spirit (seven elohim) electromagnetism itself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered.

What is groanings? And why can't you utter them"

Because!! that way no one can brag, a true spiritually enlightened person will only and always be known for his or her actions, words and deeds.

Exodus 34:14 "Worship no other god."

Deuteronomy 8:19 if you, "follow other gods and serve them and worship them you shall surely perish."

What are "idols" or "other gods?" The phrase "other gods" simply refers to "wrong beliefs," or "beliefs contrary to Truth (or God)." Jeremiah 13:10 proclaims that, "the worship of other gods (or untruths, wrong thoughts/beliefs) are unprofitable." An idol is something that replaces who God really is. It is religion and stands in place of or in the way of Truth, which is God.

To merely worship another god or a "false idol" is simply to be mistaken in one's beliefs. Beliefs can change, as they are a mistake forgivable.

But, false beliefs still can be unprofitable even hurtful to a person because of the bondage that can be created through religion. Untruths make God something different than who He is, even one to be feared. So, Who and How do we worship?

Isaiah 66:23 "All flesh shall come to worship before me."

Psalm 86:9 "All nations whom you have made shall come and worship before you."

Psalm 95:6 "let us kneel before the Lord our maker."

These verses of scripture show that worship is an invitation unto all. All will come to God Truth and leave false beliefs behind. Hence, all will be saved, which is to say, "All will know God!" "For All shall know me, from the least to the greatest."

Micah 5:13 "You shall no more worship the "work" of your hands."

Works are "outward" expressions. All will be brought to no longer worshipping "outwardly." Why? Because God is found within the heart and soul of man. God is not far off nor is He separated from us.

Mankind must be brought back to the knowledge of Truth the knowledge of Oneness with the Heavenly Father God. Satan (devil; the carnal mind of man which is led outwardly, physically through the mind and five senses) tried to deceive Jesus by saying in Matthew 4:9, "All these things (outward, physical things in this physical world).

I will give you if you will fall down ("the fall" as in Genesis when Adam and Eve "fell" to a lower estate in their minds, not being inwardly led through the Spirit of God; outward worship or leading) and worship me."

We too, can easily be enticed with all that the world offers and live for today, never seeking the Truth which only lives within us. That is what "falling" to a lower estate (than who we really are in God) is!

This battle with Satan occurred within Jesus' heart and mind, and it also occurs today within each of us. Let us follow Jesus' example and be inwardly led, not outwardly led on our life's path. Jesus said, "Away with you Satan for I am to worship God only and only serve Him."

God is to be worshipped in Spirit and in Truth which is within our being; Satan (the EGO) is easily worshipped outwardly. Follow the gentle leading from within, not the ravaging world outside! Again, Who do we worship?

Many proclaim we are to worship Jesus. "Bow to Jesus," they say. But, I do not believe this was Jesus' message, otherwise he would of stated so. Did he tell us, "Go build buildings on every street corner and call them churches; then teach everyone you meet to bow down and worship me as God?" If one wants to be truthful, the answer easily is "No."

Better yet, did Jesus worship himself? No, he stated and demonstrated we are to worship the "Heavenly Father (his name for God, making God personal)." Bringing condemnation and attacking all beliefs contrary to their own, religious leaders will quote Jesus' statement,

"I am the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father, but by me."

This means if you believe in what I'm saying man, it means to do what I'm telling you, this is what the statement really means.

The religious are unable to hear what Jesus was truly saying. Jesus did not say bow and worship him; but in this verse he simply gave the example of his life as being the only way to the Father.

When you see my life and how I communicate with the Heavenly Father, you should see how you need to communicate with Him, as well," (Jesus was saying). Jesus also stated very plainly, "The Kingdom of God is within you," but religion's teachers often mis-interpret those words into a powerless, overlooked statement, to support their own doctrines.

John 4:21 "the hour is coming when you will neither on this mountain, nor in Jerusalem worship the Father."

John 4:23 "the hour is coming and now is when the true worshippers will worship the Father in Spirit and truth; for the Father is seeking such to worship Him."

The phrase, "neither on this mountain, (the higher mind) nor in Jerusalem" refers to the higher consciousness, to worship" the Jews (those who meditate) historically performed.

In both verses, Jesus points to the Father as the one who is to be worshipped from "within our being" (in Spirit and truth) and that the time is now to do so.

There's only one way to go WITHIN, and it's meditation, the secret hidden wisdom of the bible. when one enters into meditation, this very act is act of meekness and humbleness towards the universe, as a man with ego will scoff at meditation and will not go. The bible says that the meek shall inherit the earth.

"( Moses threw down his rod (spine) in meditation and it turned into a serpent.)"

The meek is dark matter, the meek is you and i in meditation to receive it.

John 4:24 for "God is Spirit and those who worship Him must worship in Spirit and truth."

Notice it says to worship in spirit and truth, not with the EMOTIONS, like christians do, when they cry and wave their arms in the air with tears streaming down their faces. It says in Spirit and Truth, this can only happen in meditation, void of emotion, god cannot be reached when the devil (emotions) are present.

Imagine that the Bible's definition of the word Worship, means to approach the Universe in meditation approach this light in meditation and the christian world has missed it.

Instead they believe they are to get down on their knees Literally and fall down at someones feet.

This whole idea of worship from the religious, christian perspective, is a mockery to the one true god (light) of the universe.

Again, Jesus clearly shows us who and how we are to worship God, the Father. He does not claim to be the Father, who is to be worshipped. Jesus did, however, make the statement, "I and my Father are One;" but that means "in spirit and in purpose." Why? I say in "spirit and purpose" because Jesus also prayed that we may also be One as he and His Father are one.

Jesus was demonstrating that if you connect as "One" with your Heavenly Father through the Holy Spirit (light) within your very being, that "Oneness" will manifest outwardly into the physical realm.

Even Paul stated he was one of many jews "who worship God in the Spirit (now inwardly; no longer outwardly), rejoice in Christ Jesus (what he taught and showed them as truth), and have no confidence in the flesh (no longer looking outside of themselves to systems of religion for God or answers to life's questions)."

Apostle John's Revelation 19:10 and 22:9 also exclaim that we should not worship the messenger, but the living God (within all).

Are you worshipping the messenger? Many are worshipping Jesus today instead of the Father. Jesus is the "firstfruits of many brethren." He is the "pattern son." According to Paul, you are a "Son of God," as well.

"those who are led by the Spirit are Sons of God (Romans 8:14)."

What is spirit? it is the electromagnetism within you!

Worship from the biblical perspective, when one has the master key

Means, Meditation , Period!!!!

They will never get it though!!!!

From all churches, make one church before the Lord

[7.6] The church is in man, and not outside of him, and the church in general is made up of men that have the church in them

[7.7] A man who is a church is a heaven in the smallest form after the image of the greatest, because his interiors, which belong to his mind, are arranged after the form of heaven, and consequently for reception of all things of heaven.

[7.8] Man has an internal and an external; hid internal is formed by creation after the image of heaven, and his external after the image of the world; and for this reason man was called by the ancients a microcosm

Therefore man was created to have the world in him serve heaven, and this takes place with the good; but it is the reverse with the evil, in whom heaven serves the world

Divine truths are laws of order. "So far as a man lives according to order, that is, so far as he lives in good in accordance with Divine truths, he is a man, and the church and heaven are in him".

See it says the church is in you, what more do you want?

Man/woman is such as is the ruling quality of his/her life, although he/she does not know it!

Mark14:58 We heard him say, I will destroy this temple (church) that is made with hands, and within three days I will build another made without hands. This is what thinks of temples made WITH HANDS, it says he will destroy them.

The three days is making reference to the three lower parts of the ego mind. the physical, the intellectual and the emotional. these have to be overcome.

Acts 7:48 Howbeit the most High dwelleth not in temples (churches) made with hands; as saith the prophet.

I cr 3:15 Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and [that] the Spirit of God dwelleth in you? God does not dwell in man-made temples (churches).

So why then do YOU go to Temples and Churches made with hands?

"do not pray standing in the synagogues, and in the streets, that ye may be seen of men, for they have their reward; But instead; "when ye pray, go into thy closet (in-yourself), and pray to thy father which is in SECRET" It's MEDITATION!!!

" I make darkness my SECRET place" says god.

Hint! When in meditation , you sit in a darkened room, with your eyes closed, then you will be in gods (your) secret place.

Nothing could be more clear!!!

psalm  4 :4 Stand in awe, and sin not: commune with your own heart upon your bed, and be still. Selah. here it says to commune with god you must still the mind.

Exodus 14:13 And Moses said unto the people, Fear ye not, stand still, and see the salvation of the LORD

psalm 46:10 "Be still, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth."

The verse below, is very much disliked by the church and you can see why?

77) Jesus said: I am the light that is over them all. I am the All; the All has come forth from me, and the All has attained unto me.

"The kingdom of god is inside you and all around you, not in mansions made of wood and stone Cleave a (piece of) wood: I am there. Raise up the stone, and ye shall find me there."

Remember, what ever the religious do, the truth is always just the opposite!!!

"seek ye first, the kingdom of god and all things will be added unto you"
What things?

Healing, a new job, financial changes, whatever your heart so desires.

"believe that ye shall receive them, and ye shall have them"

It doesn't say pray, it says BELIEVE!!!

But where is this kingdom?

"look not lo here, nor lo there, for the kingdom of god is WITHIN you"



No need to beg, and recite endless pleas to anyone or anything, outside of yourself, because.....

"your father (the universal cosmic electronmahnetism) CHI, life force, which is all, and is in all, IN YOU"

" knoweth what things ye have need of before ye ask him" (Matthew 6:5, 8).

So why ask then? Why beg? why plea?

"I do not hear you, for all of your vain ramblings;

You have just been shown the truth and it is indisputable!

To summarize:

You are god!

To seek answers to your infirmities, seek within yourself, which is god!

meditation is the vehicle for accessing this inner kingdom! And it is called prayer!

Shutting down the thoughts of the mind, one can hear the inner oracle as a murmering, which is god, your higher self!

The oracle in all ancient scripts is God, your inner voice, the one that no one listens to!

No audible voice will be heard, god does not speak, because it is at the subconscious level, but there will simply be a knowing, a feeling, pay attention to it, because it is real.

“Do not fear the sensations you feel during meditation,” concluded Slender Gourd. “Let all phenomena come and go. Even death is a part of such illusion. Don't identify with phenomena, but instead look deeply into the Tao and its source. Forget the illusion of a separate existence.

Cast off this imaginary limitation that separates you from the Way. Let your finiteness merge with the infinite. Far from becoming diminished, you will become infinite yourself.

When you have this perception, you will then know the true secret of the sages: The mind of one who returns to the Source becomes the Source.

And as jesus said, I,in the father, the father in me, and I in you.

"At that time you will know I am in the father, you in me and I in you". (John 14:20)

It's all the same stuff

Do nothing from the outside. "My Father [where is He?] worketh hitherto, and I work." Recognize first the gift within yourself, perceive the working of this Spiritual Father within, and your hands will do what they have been incapable of doing.


Religious people tend to follow whatever their particular religious leaders say. And as a result, the true directions given in ancient scriptures are made null and void.

The reason that religious people pull people away from the scripture meaning is because in this case, entering within brings a person to God and loosens the hold of the church authority.

KJV Jeremiah 7:2-11

2. Stand in the gate of the Lord's house, and proclaim there this word, and say,
Hear the word of the Lord, all ye of Judah, that enter in at these gates to worship the Lord.

There are always 12 gates. There are 12 constellations of the ecliptic. There are 12 signs of the zodiac. There are 12 tribes, 12 disciples surrounding Jesus the Sun God.
This is because there are 12 cranial nerves of the brain.

Standing at the gate of the lords house is entering within yourself at the temple door to the right side. It is there as 1 Kings tells us that the door to the holy place is in the right side.

So you are in meditation.

Sitting, listening, watching.

At that point you are standing in at the gate of the Lords house. And the message then is for those who enter within.

KJV Luke 10:19

19. Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you. The power of the enemy is the power of your own mind. Nothing shall hurt you. Will you enter in at meditation and stand at the gate. It is totally up to you.

Luke 17:21 The Kingdom of God is within you

I mean how can it be any plainer. It is within you.

Yet religious people come against meditation.

They refute the need to go within oneself and find God, why, because they want you to have to come to them.

That sounds terrible but it was Jesus who said it.

Matthew 23:13

13. But woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites!

for ye shut up the kingdom of heaven against men: for ye neither go in yourselves, neither allow ye them that are entering to go in.

Note that Jesus is talking to the scribes and Pharisees which are the religious teachers of the day. The pastors of the day and he calls them hypocrites.

Because they are always so concerned about people going to the temple or going to church but they block them from going into themselves where the true temple is.

So why the word hypocrite.

Because they want you in church not that you may be blessed but that you may support them. You shut up the Kingdom of Heaven.

Everything is UPSIDE DOWN!

That's the long suit!!

When you comin back red ryder?


Cold Rice

Diet of the Masters

by Dave Lowry

Along a lonely country road Gichin Funakoshi hiked, his path through a gloomy forest illuminated only by a hand-held lantern. He was walking to his masters' house, a little more than five miles away. Once he arrived, he trained exhaustively in Karate for a couple of hours. Then, relighting his lantern, he retraced his journey, arriving home again just before dawn, in time to go to work as a schoolteacher.

At about the same time Funakoshi was taking his nocturnal hikes, Jigoro Kano had finally found a place to practice the Jujitsu he was refining into Judo. His headquarters was an old Buddhist temple, Sisho-Ji. Unfortunately, the floors of the temple were rickety and weak.

Dozens of bodies slamming down on them daily didn't do them any good. Long after the other practitioners had left for the evening, Kano and one of his pupils would creep into the crawl space beneath the floor, ignoring the cobwebs and dust to fortify the structure enough to get it through another training session.

The live-in disciples of Morihei Uyeshiba often found that the demands of Aikido training were the least of their problems.

Their masters' eccentric ways had them being rousted in the middle of the night to serve as bleary-eyed opponents for Uyeshiba, who'd had a flash of inspiration. They also had to tend his gardens with painstaking care, and they carried his baggage on long trips that left them utterly exhausted.

You and I ignore the aches and pains. We push aside the concerns of a day of work or school. We resist the urge to settle into an easy chair with a good book or video. One more night, we set off for the Dojo (Martial Arts School) to be thrown, punched, kicked and God knows what else.

Most of us endure this for no easily explainable reason. We're mature enough to know the Budo (warrior ways) aren't going to make us movie stars, or invincible warriors, or rich.

And yet, we continue on. We have deliberately chosen a path that takes us over a course of suffering, where the reward for working through the physical and intellectual burden of a Kata (form) is to have another heaped on.

The further the path is pursued, the more demanding it becomes. Finally the student reaches the stage where his instructors have no more to teach. Here it might be thought his journey is complete.

Not so. At this level, the Budoka (follower of the warrior ways) is expected to turn inward, to examine his technique and his life-style, searching out any weakness, imposing upon himself ever more hardship, seeking a new level of development. that is increasingly severe.

In the martial ways, this austerity is called "Shugyo." But among Budoka, it is more colloquially known as "Hiya-Meshi" to "Eat Cold Rice." Cold rice is tough, bitterly starchy and unpalatable, very different from fluffy, warm rice just out of the pot. Cold rice is what you eat when you can't afford the hot stuff.

Sometimes, though, a person will eat cold rice willingly, because it reminds him of the simpler things. A plain meal reminds him of what is most important in life. The austere practice of Budo is much the same.

It is a discipline stripped of self-indulgence or ego.

To follow it requires a certain amount of stoicism and an enduring spirit. The Budoka accepts cold rice, because he sees it as a method of improving himself, of refining his spirit.

The true Budoka believes that the life spent always looking for and demanding comfort and ease is the one that will never test him and push him to refine his body and spirit.

The Budoka accepts hardship and austerity because he feels that true contentment is not in acquiring things. If you can't find happiness in your rice, whether it's hot or cold, chances are you'll find the same contentment in everything life has to offer.

Masters Funakoshi, Kano, and Uyeshiba all ate plenty of cold rice in their day.
Without such stoicism, they would never have achieved what they did!

They did not pray, they did not beg, they did not ask, they simply acted, they simply were, they overcame thier earthly desire by effort, that is cold rice.

Few can eat it!

There is no enemy other than an uncontrolled mind , (the ego) in this world (BP 7.08.10).

Therefore, one should first try to control and conquer this enemy by regular practice of meditation with a firm determination and effort.

All spiritual practices are aimed towards the conquest of the mind, especially martial arts.

To conquer this enemy, one must eat plenty of cold rice, preferably chungju rice.

Reborn Christians, and other religious nincompoopery, have no idea of the taste of cold rice, instead they are fed a steady diet of MILK.

28. "Hebrews 5:13 For every one that useth milk is unskilful in the word of righteousness: for he is a babe".

paul said, "I fed you milk, because you were not yet ready for solid food" (cold rice).

Eating cold rice as a metaphor for the bible, means those that reads it and understands it mystically, figuratively, but never LITERALLY!

REAL prayer is seeking within and petitioning the higher mind to bring the lower up the seven steps to unite with the higher (GOD) SELF.

Samael says the following;

People go into meditation with expectations of feeling something. Trying to get the pineal working. Trying to see visions. That is all physical. It all involves the brain.

The meditation that counts is the one where you totally separate from thought. You experience absolutely nothing. That is when you will give birth. That is when the newness will be born in you. But it will not be born of desire. It will be born of total nothing.

The mind has stopped, the thoughts have stopped, then and only then is it possible.

Nothing is obtained by wanting. 

And nothing is achieved by relinquishing responsibility to a higher authority. Belief is the act of believing, for to be alive is to believe ,and will is the ultimate medium of the self. 

There is an ancient writing from Samael himself telling you that you must be true to yourself. 

You simply cannot desire something or an improvement in your existence. 

You must follow that light and phenomena within you. 

You must not follow a group which actually will cause you to give up your self. If you desire the kundalini then it will move away from you, you must just sit, there is NO technique,  if you use effort, you have failed, you are using mind, you must meditate without desire of any kind, without expecting anything.

Samael warns you not to do that. 

"And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music." Nietzsche

 He described them as "unspeakable"
2 chron 12:4  How that he was caught up into paradise, and heard unspeakable words, which it is not lawful for a man to utter.

You cannot say in words the experience of ultimate reality, it is unspeakable.

The way

 The mind will never get Truth. Truth is outside of the mind. Once Truth is known, the mind no longer stands a chance against it. The mind naturally loses its rigidness in the presence of Truth. Once Truth is known, the mind is no longer believed in.

Truth runs like a thread through all religions. Nearly every religion had a Realized person at its inception. 

The problem with religion is that non-realized beings took the Realized person's words and distorted them because they had no truth in their minds. 

So out of those distortions came separate religions all attempting to convey the same One Truth.

Truth cannot be described in words because Truth lies outside of conceptual knowledge. Words are boxes and Truth cannot be contained. Words can point to Truth, but cannot take one to the full reality of it. 

Only direct experience can. How can one experience Truth directly so they can be free of their body and mind and live in Truth? Meditation taking NO thought  as Jesus and all other great holy books instruct us to do is the way. It's the SECRET teaching of the ages. Jesus NEVER said to go to any physical church, he SAID to SEEK WITHIN and that's meditation!!!

There's way too much truth here, lets hope the general population doesn't ever find this out, or our power will be gone.


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