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Meditation on the Unborn Lord

5.6 Renunciation is difficult to attain without the disciplinary-action of yoking with the Unborn Lord. Yet by the practice of this yogic-discipline the muni shall quickly reach Divine Union. 5.7 One who is purely spiritual-minded, who is perpetually yoked in Divine Communion, who is victorious over the unruly sensate passions, and who knows through Buddha-gnosis one’s Self-Supreme (Atman), is never tainted or bound by karmic-influences.   Renunciation is never won without first engaging Read more [...]

Seedless Contemplation

Completion of Book I Seedless (Nirbīja) Contemplation The prior sutras all bore merit in disabling the cognitive functions of mind and simultaneously planting rich bodhi-seeds of awareness, thus empowering the yogin to transcend all spheres of samsara and rest in the tranquility of the un-bifurcated (undivided) Unborn Mind. However, the exercises are not yet complete since there is, however subtle, a need to supersede all forms of the slightest objective-semblance that one yearns to meditate Read more [...]
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