Listen to the words in the video below..
The question arises,
" Why do I love you ? "..
Love is the surrender of the desire of separate consciousness called ego..
You will find this energy of love within family and friends..
These small moments within the desire of nothing for self but all for other..
These few moments called Love..
The Saints have already told you of this Reality but, you do not consider yourself a Saint and therefore are not interested..
This Love for creator is the same love for Parents..
Why do you Love the Creator ?..
Because Creator is the Source of the Energy of Love and Love is all that really exists,
all else is a 'Dreamed Hologram'..
Wecome into the Dream...
"As I said the other day, the gross, subtle, mental and God are all within you in human form. Don't try to find subtle, mental and God in some other world — it is in you in human form. It is just the change in the vision of consciousness which gives the change of experiencing different planes and worlds.
"Now in the gross world there is human consciousness, and here on this earth and in the whole universe, also in the subtle world and mental world, there are innumerable experiences but the experiences that you have in this gross world [through the medium of the gross body], these experiences are quite different from the experiences of the subtle world [through the medium of the subtle body] — absolutely different from the subtle world, but it is all in you; you don't go anywhere, you do not rise to higher geographical or geometrical levels.
"It is all here, but as the angle of vision changes through experiencing different things, in the end you begin to experience yourself as God; after having a number of infinite experiences, you eventually ultimately experience yourself as God — that is the end. That one ultimate experience is the Real experience — all other experiences of the gross world, the subtle, the mental, all these experiences are illusory."
in Ivy O. Duce
How A Master Works
Walnut Creek, CA: Sufism Reoriented, 1975, p. 312
Belief and disbelief have divided mankind into so many sects, blinding its eyes to the vision of the oneness of all life.
Bowl of Saki, by Hazrat Inayat Khan
Commentary by Pir-o-Murshid Inayat Khan:
For the Sufi there exists no one in this world, neither heathen nor pagan, who is to be despised, for he believes in that God who is not the God of one chosen sect but the God of the whole world. He does not believe in a God of one nation, but in the God of all nations. To him God is in all different houses where people worship Him. Even if they stand in the street and pray it makes no difference to him. The holy place is wherever He is worshipped. The Sufi leaves sectarianism to the sects. He has respect for all; he is not prejudiced against any and he does not despise any; he feels sympathy for all.
The religion of the mystic is a steady progress towards unity. How does he make this progress? In two ways. In the first way, he sees himself in others, in the good, in the bad, in all; and thus, he expands the horizon of his vision. This study goes on throughout his lifetime; and as he progresses he comes closer to the oneness of all things. The other way of developing is to become conscious of one's own self in God and of God in one's self, which means deepening the consciousness of our innermost being. This process takes place in two directions: outwardly, by being one with all we see; and inwardly, by being in touch with that one Life which is everlasting, by dissolving into it and by being conscious of that one Spirit being THE existence, the only existence.
'There is One God, the Eternal, the Only Being; none exists save He.' The God of the Sufi is the God of every creed, and the God of all. Names make no difference to him. Allah, God, Gott, Dieu, Khuda, Brahma, or Bhagwan, all these names and more are the names of his God; and yet to him God is beyond the limitation of name. He sees his God in the sun, in the fire, in the idol which diverse sects worship; and he recognizes Him in all the forms of the universe, yet knowing Him to be beyond all form; God in all, and all in God, He being the Seen and the Unseen, the Only Being.
If we seek an origin for the consciousness, however small finite and limited it may be, that a man possesses, none other can be found except the universal consciousness which informs the entire universe and guides its development.
All the different kinds of consciousness come from this Universal Mind. All the highest ideals and virtues of human consciousness come from it too. Even simple religious faith indirectly has its rise there.
-- Notebooks Category 27: World-Mind > Chapter 2: Nature of World-Mind
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”Christianity is one way of putting words together and Hinduism is another.
The real is, behind and beyond words, incommunicable, directly experienced, explosive in its effect on the mind.
It is easily had when nothing else is wanted.
The unreal is created by imagination and perpetuated by desire."
- Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
The world is full of mad people.
What is this madness?
Pursuing the trivial and transient whilst
Jewel of non-dual Bliss.
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Writing on Water
Mooji (Anthony Paul Moo-Young)
Padam Sangha Limited, London, 2011