All of us Are Gods & We Don’t Need to Fight with Each Other

All of us are Gods & We don’t need to fight with Each Other

“If I have to translate the word ‘Advaita’ with the clear meaning and interpretation of the practical experience, this is the experiential interpretation, expression, experiential expression of Advaitha: “Advaitha does not mean oneness, Advaitha does not mean monism, it means there is no two, there is no one, infinite; but infinite, everything is infinitely powerful”.

That is why the Sanatana Hindu Dharma allows all of us to be Gods and not fight with each other. All of us are gods and we don’t need to fight with each other. We don’t need any superior body to guide all of us, to rotate all of us, or to put a traffic signal for all of us. All the planets are having any traffic policeman to put signal? No! They are all independently intelligent! Independently intelligent all of them exist…..all of them exist and all of them are ultimate. No need for the superior body. Same way, all of us are Gods and no need for superior body. You realize your potentiality, you establish yourself in the space of Completion, you are God! That’s all! ” – Paramahamsa Nithyananda

The Neurophysiologic Truth

When the gurus say, “You are god,” they’re telling the truth, the neurophysiologic truth: You are your own guru. You are your own god, because nothing is out there. There’s no given out there. The out there looks different. You ever think what the “out there” looks like to a bat? Or to a lizard with eyes that go like that? — Stuart Mooney

No thought

No thought can reveal God. Every thought hides or covers God, your Self. Every thought is a chain; nice thoughts are golden chains. A golden chain will keep you imprisoned just as much as an iron chain. You must undo all thinking. Get the mind quiet. And then quiet enough so the infinite being that you are is self-obvious. It’s there all the time; the thoughts are the noise that’s covering it. However, if you must have thoughts, a thought in the direction of God is much better than a thought in other directions, as it points you toward God. –Lester Levenson

Masters of Far East Behold God

“The greatest sermon ever given is ‘BEHOLD GOD.’ This means seeing God standing forth in all glory right within and from you and from all others also. When you behold God and nothing else but God, you love and worship God and God alone; you truly behold God. You are the Lord, the Lawgiver, the dispenser of the Law.

“When you pray, enter your closet, the secret chamber of your own soul. There, pray to your Father within; and your Father, who hears, does reward you openly. Pray and give thanks that you are able to give forth more of God to the whole world.

“Does this not give you a higher and more lofty outlook, a broader perspective, a nobler ideal?”

 — Life and Teaching of the Masters of the Far East, Vol. 3

Ho’oponopono — Free up the Soul Quote

The theme of Self-Identity through Ho’oponopono: clean up memories to free up the Soul to experience the sweetness of Divinity.

And as such, we are not here to save anyone (they’re perfect already) but to release our souls from memories, allowing Divinity to infuse them with peace and ease beyond all understanding. —Ihaleakala