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Enlightenment in the East: Misunderstood & Misinterpreted

Enlightenment in the East: Misunderstood & Misinterpreted

  • 6th September 2016

Enlightenment in the East is often misunderstood and misinterpreted. It is completely different from the philosophical movement known as “the Enlightenment” in Europe during the 18th century. Eastern enlightenment is often studied but never experienced. It is usually viewed through our Western and modern linear view of life. Yet the…

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Humility: A Sage’s Ultimate Reality

Humility: A Sage’s Ultimate Reality

  • 27th October 2015

The effortless universal virtue of humility is what evokes enlightenment in life. The big problem with this mystical virtue is generally we only have fleeting moments of its power, as we constantly get sucked back into the subjective dramas of the world in our mind. As a result, we revere…

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The Trap of Devotion to God and Guru

The Trap of Devotion to God and Guru

  • 23rd February 2015

We fear nothing more than being truly independent. True independence does not mean in the social context in regards to individual job titles, nor does it mean in the collective sphere of nationalistic independence, though both may be derivatives. Real independence is spiritual sovereignty, meaning the individual truly lives psychologically…

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The Evolution of Perception

The Evolution of Perception

  • 11th July 2014

In any attempt to save the world we are in one sense an immense help in changing the world, and in another sense paradoxically we are a hindrance and destructive burden upon the world. The world which most people seek is invariably based upon their own sense of pleasure with…

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The Artificial Human

The Artificial Human

  • 6th June 2013

The destruction of an organism depends upon an element of that organism becoming neurotic to its place within the natural order of organic life. If a species builds their perspective of life only within a linear conception, that very species would naturally have a propensity to fall into an artificial disposition….

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Cosmic Dance

Cosmic Dance

  • 12th December 2012

The way we perceive power and strength in this world is beginning to change. For thousands of years we have viewed strength and power in the physical sense which is one of the reasons why our world has been constantly dominated by men, but this view of reality is seen…

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Weight of the World

Weight of the World

  • 3rd April 2011

When most people feel under stress they often say, “It feels like the weight of the world is on my shoulders.” It is a very common phrase used amongst English speaking nations. But behind this one phrase is a quintessential truth, because when one is on a path to self-transformation…

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