Living Brahman – Global Resolution Beyond Faith

UAV (Mavic Pro 2) photo from 400 feet (~1700 feet above sea level), looking West. From left, showing Nance, Humboldt, and Butte canyons.

Many of us are pummeled these days by the fear, uncertainty, and doubt of our global mindset. Leadership is absent amid a sea of conflicting voices, and each news story trumpets a further immersion into chaos.

From a legitimate Cosmic perspective this seems quite strange. Sure, there is a time now when we are learning and moving very quickly, our lives propelled incessantly by the logarithmic acceleration of ubiquitous microprocessors. Decisions, decisions, the hallmark of modern life, made in billionths of a second, uncontrollable.

However, when we consider the greater environment we inhabit, from the soil to the stars, and that this entire blueprint resides within us, the capability to appreciate and use as a resource this entire Cosmos – all the levels of life, all of the dynamics, all of the clarity, knowledge, and primordial Silence of endless potential – it seems odd to be overwhelmed by either ourselves, or our planet Earth, a single entity whirling about in the countless Infinitude.

Compared to our seven billion plus egos here, the greater power by far resides in the Cosmos, regardless of the issues we face in our human neighborhood. By setting our goal as simply as possible, “Know thyself”, according to the timeless wisdom of the Yogis, we can focus on this to resolve anything in earthly life.

This is not some vague resource we carry within, but something inherent in us, the ability to solve all of the problems facing us both individually and collectively, by paying attention to what we see, and how we conduct ourselves; living Cosmic life.

As we are all brought together and made ever more deeply aware of our collective consciousness, this does challenge our ideas about ourselves and where we live. But Cosmic law always triumphs, and we can have confidence that such values of equality, compassion, creative solutions, and togetherness will prevail, now that they are awakened here on Earth, our precious little wet and salty blue sphere. 🙂

Living Cosmic life we are immersed in human life and earthly life, yet always aware of the fundamental laws that guide us here. It is not a mood, a mental fixation, magical thinking, or an empty wish. It is a concrete perspective, beyond thought, and lodged firmly in the heart, of the invincibility, intelligence, and compassion of Cosmic life, to guide us through any and all problems, no matter how insurmountable they seem. So we work as hard as we can, with not a moment to waste, knowing that global progress is being made by all, even though the picture is not so clear yet.

Living Brahman we are primarily guided by Cosmic life, and not at all concerned about the progress of earthly life. This requires our strenuous involvement, even deep sadness at times, but no doubts.

As Maharishi Mahesh Yogi said [of living Brahman] many decades ago, “All is well and wisely set”. Meaning we have everything we need, and more, to guarantee humanity and each of us a bright future.

~ Jai Guru Dev ~

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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