Category Archives: Spiritual Life

Who am I? This is probably the greatest question that humanity has ever faced.
Searching for the answer to this question is the cause of wars, hunger, in fact the entire corrupt nature of humanity can be traced back to one cancerous point where someone was trying to prove who they were.

Anything to do with trying to define who you are through action is based on moving the world around you to accommodate this idea of self, defining yourself by how hard you can push back at a world that pushes you around. Or even just feeling empowered by your ability to accept it as inevitable.

There is no means of understanding beyond Love, there is no self beyond understanding. The true Self can be found amidst the unifying of the Known and the Unknown.

Who Am I? Am I Afraid to Find Out?

We often associate God with light, and we find that light is the source of creation. But it stands to reason that to find our Self we must be in darkness where there is nothing to confirm our separateness, so why are we so afraid of the dark?

Who am I?

Who am I is probably the greatest question that humanity has ever faced. Searching for the answer to this question is the cause of wars, famine, in fact the entire corrupt nature of humanity can be traced back to one cancerous point where someone was trying to prove who they were based on an opinion, expectation or intention.

Ode to Existence

The discovery that who you were before your mother and father conceived you is who you will be when you die and is in fact the sum total of your awareness at this very moment. There is nothing that can be said or done to achieve this awareness, we can only undo or unsay that which has been done or said already, it is this very process that can be felt as love and it can only be felt, it is then that we realize that we are here to discover our light bodies so that they may be united as none.

Dissolving the Beast of Burden through Realizing the Powers of the Sphinx

As one finds oneself in this great Dream we all share called Existence, to whatever degree of intensity or mediocrity, one is involved in an unveiling of the possibilities of Power/Shakti through an ever-widening structure. One’s honest relationship with Mystery is always outside the grasp of any conceptual reflection or well-polished act, no matter how stable a routine of ordinary life one is graced to experience.

Understanding the Self Through Astral Projection

In my journey of self discovery I have studied many different forms of Self exploration. This usually was a masculine practice of stilling the mind, emptying the thoughts as completely as possible so as to rest in the witness position and watch the feminine movement of life force untainted by the distortion of intention, expectation and opinion. Although this is a great way to understand the difference between the witness and that which is being witnessed, it did not help me to understand how they function together to create what I have come to know reality.


Taking the unknown and making it known is the human experience. We do this through our labeling process which comes from the process of comparison that we have been talking about; the purpose of any meditative
technique is to reverse or undo this process, to take the known and make it unknown (putting your attention equally on every point of awareness {masculine} or retracting your attention completely and dissipating into
the energetic movement that is created as each point let go moves to find its counterpart {feminine}). This is why most spiritual teachers will insist
that enlightenment is a process of letting go as opposed to finding or grasping as grasping is the human experience we are attempting to undo.

Examining the Difference between the Brain and the Mind

The difference between the Brain and the mind is that the brain is reactive, and the mind is proactive, (an emotional scale). Everything is always suspended in the mind until received – manifested through opinion, expectation, or intention.

The Mirror of Light

As we embark on our journey of self discovery we soon find that in the same way that time and space are synonymous, matter and energy share reflective positions. The energy that we bind into our idea of self is the same light pushed to points that we see as the material world.