Purity, Divinity, Sattva – Enlightenment’s Key Ingredient

The three elemental components of relative life are motion, persistence, and purity, also known as the three gunas of rajas, tamas, and sattva. Sattva is a natural and balanced component of every living thing, providing the silent guidance and creative intelligence of Divinity. As human beings we are in a unique cosmic position, interpolated betweenContinue reading “Purity, Divinity, Sattva – Enlightenment’s Key Ingredient”

Happy Independence Day!

The holiday of Easter celebrates transcendence, and transcendence is true independence, and freedom. Happy Independence Day! 🙂 Blessedly for the past fifty years, the knowledge and experience of reliable transcendence has again become available on a daily basis vs. only at physical death, per the Easter story. Once we begin the TM and TM-Siddhis programs,Continue reading “Happy Independence Day!”

Our Decisions Made Towards Living Supreme Brahman

Viewing our spiritual evolution in the context of the three distinct realities or flavors of Brahman – Perishable, Imperishable, and Supreme (shown above on the map of human consciousness), we can see that there are formal introductions to each of these three realities. First, for Perishable Brahman, everyone on earth gets a ticket, as theContinue reading “Our Decisions Made Towards Living Supreme Brahman”

All Perception and Manifestation Is Structured in Consciousness – The Lifecycle of Brahman

As our access to consciousness, the lifeblood of the Cosmos, expands, our Reality expands too. We gain greater access to all Relative life, and through the regular and sustained daily routine of Transcendental Meditation and the TM-Siddhis program, a full picture of our Absolute existence, the foundation of life, becomes clear also, along with allContinue reading “All Perception and Manifestation Is Structured in Consciousness – The Lifecycle of Brahman”

Bringing Heaven On Earth Through Character Development

Heaven On Earth means a world that reflects the values inherent in the six Divine gunas; Truth, Immortality, Wealth, Wholesome Momentum, Divine Energy, and Cosmic Sovereignty. A world that reflects the Divine gunas is one that has established victory over the ShhaDarivarga, the group of six internal enemies: greed, anger, jealousy, intoxification, lust, and delusion.Continue reading “Bringing Heaven On Earth Through Character Development”