Sunday, January 3, 2010

The Life Cycle

Swami Vishwananda: How can somebody say something belongs to them when nothing belongs to them? When you were born what did you carry with you? Did you carry anything with you? You came empty-handed. So how can you say that something belongs to somebody? You came empty-handed and you will also die empty-handed. You will not carry anything with you. The only things that you will carry with you are the good deeds you did in this world and the love of God. So, you take everything from the world and you will have to give it all back to the world. This is the cycle.

Mahavatar Babaji: As a soul evolves lifetime after lifetime on Earth, he is born into bodies that offer the greatest opportunity to evolve into the next level of mathematical equation for human attainment. Souls ensnared upon the wheel of karma must begin at some point to free themselves from the spokes of the wheel and go within to the center. It is in the center of the wheel where one finds the real Self. And therein one finds peace, equality with all of creation, love, harmony and the stillness where God resides.

My dear friends, you will find that the essence of the Self, the soul of being is the eternal acquiescence of acceptance that flows into eternity. All material thought processes that produce physicality you leave behind you at the time of transition. It is evident that this is so. Then I ask you now: Why spend all or most of your time in these material endeavors? Seek to know yourself at the level of the foundation or essence.

Thought for the day: Meditate, meditate, and meditate. And so it is this essence of yourself that you carry with you coming and going,” isn’t it? Amen and OM.

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