Supreme Brahman Lives Eternal Fulfillment

‘Eternal Fulfillment’ is a phrase we don’t hear much these days, though it is our human birthright. What does eternal fulfillment even mean? It means being naturally fulfilled in every moment, waking, dreaming, and sleeping. No doing, just 100 percent fulfillment. Ironically, the biggest barrier to such a state is the success we achieve inContinue reading “Supreme Brahman Lives Eternal Fulfillment”

The Architecture of the Absolute Field of Life – Living Supreme Brahman

Having defined the content of the Absolute (the six Divine Gunas) in a previous post, what I am describing here are timeless and infinite structures within the Absolute, unchanging, eternal foundation of life. What appears initially as a completely still, unmanifest field of life, known as the Absolute field, supporting the Relative, ever changing manifestationContinue reading “The Architecture of the Absolute Field of Life – Living Supreme Brahman”

The Five Nights of Supreme Brahman – How Each of the Six Divine Gunas Is Established

Having become victorious over the ShhaDarivarga (the six internal enemies), we transcend the seventh state of human consciousness, Unity Consciousness (UC), and begin to live Totality or Supreme Brahman, the eighth state of consciousness. Supreme Brahman becomes established by fully manifesting each of the six Divine gunas in the Absolute unchanging eternal field of life.Continue reading “The Five Nights of Supreme Brahman – How Each of the Six Divine Gunas Is Established”

The Living Absolute: Aligning to the World of the Six Divine Gunas

“The purpose of life is to enjoy bliss-consciousness and evolve to the eternal state of liberation while accomplishing and enjoying the maximum in life, achieving the greatest good for oneself and for others.” – Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Once Supreme Brahman, the eighth state of consciousness is lived, all of the six Divine gunas, governing bothContinue reading “The Living Absolute: Aligning to the World of the Six Divine Gunas”

Living Supreme Brahman – Manifesting the Six Divine Gunas

“Be without the three gunas” This is the expression uttered by Lord Krishna, and captured in the Bhagavad Gita, to bring His devotee Arjuna first to the partial Absolute value of life, by partially transcending the three ordinary gunas of manifestation, the motive forces of relative creation, tamas (inertia), rajas (motion), and sattva (purity). TheContinue reading “Living Supreme Brahman – Manifesting the Six Divine Gunas”