Living the Future, Living Brahman

Close-up of a vintage ice bucket on the edge of the pool

Living Brahman we are organized to live timelessly, less wear and tear. Healthy mental and physical habits, fewer desires, not out of restraint but from balance, and a harmless karma that even translates to one’s physical possessions, weird as that seems… Life is mostly gentle, even, and long lasting.

The most powerful driver for this calm life is the absence of confusion over how to act both to ourselves, and in the world. Doing good is not just a platitude or a far-off goal, it is reality, set in place by Totality, and made obvious by experience. The alternative is simply not worth it, and after a brief time [living Brahman] it ceases to enter the mind.

The mind being the localized receiver of any thought stream, can be seen as a hub on a limitless wireless network. Having access to everything and anything as necessary, though tuned to the spectrum of Cosmic Law, the obvious direction becomes one of supporting and doing good.

Brahman is the most pragmatic of the states of consciousness (except possibly the deep sleep state, which also achieves a pure purpose with maximum efficiency). 🙂 As such, with this less cluttered view, we find ourselves moving easily into the future, somewhat before others. There aren’t any specific techniques one uses, save the synergistic attributes of clarity and purity, organized on a foundation of Totality. Then it goes by itself.

This is the view and action of Cosmic life, always fulfilling our Cosmic destiny of longevity, health, compassion, peace, and prosperity – Unstoppable. Although the vehicle for managing and organizing such a venture is singular, the effect is Cosmic. The Cosmic life most effortlessly spreads outwardly, from the cave to the house to the network to the world. By whatever means. This is how Brahman lives the future.

Published by Jim Flanegin

it shows up in the pictures...I am a US citizen (born in California), though spent my childhood through high school living primarily in SE Asia, giving me a deep view of both East and West. I began TM at 21 and the TM-Sidhis at 26. I was visited by Guru Dev at 39. The rest is history. :-)

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