The Taoist Concept of Effortless Action and How to Make It a Part of Your Life

The Taoist concept of effortless action is interpreted differently by different writers, but I think the best example of this kind of functioning is the life of Eckhart Tolle.

As you may know if you are my regular reader, I hadn’t listened to him for years, but since I mentioned him in one of my articles and a video, I decided to look him up again.

It was pleasant to find that he remained the same as he was in his early fame, remaining his childlike self. He often emphasizes the importance of effortless action, as he explains it to be the only kind of action that is aligned with who you are. Read more…

The Dreamlike Nature of Reality Explained, and How to Wake Up

Since I mentioned Eckhart Tolle in a previous article and video, I thought I will check what this teacher is up to, since I haven’t listened to him in years.

I was very happy to find that he was not seduced by the wealth his teaching generates, and that he is still his childlike self. This means that his awakening is genuine.

His teachings are so deep and powerful, how many really understand, I wonder. What he’s giving in every talk is gold, but how many realize that? I wonder if he is a fully liberated teacher in disguise (as I don’t think he ever mentioned being fully liberated).

I watched some of his videos, and as a result of also being interested in Taoism and having read many Hindu sacred texts, something clicked and now I finally understand one concept that kept evading me – how the dreamlike nature of this reality works. Read more…

Regaining the Kingdom of God

Reading Taoist texts after having deeply researched Hinduism fills all the gaps of each philosophy. I find these two doctrines complementing and explaining each other. Buddhism can also be better understood by studying the previous two belief systems.

In this post I would like to focus only on the topic of destroying the conscious mind, having touched it in a previous article. This topic is very misunderstood by many who hear of it. It’s actually nothing frightening, but because this statement is perceived by the false mind, it, and not you, feels scared of it. Read more…

How to Attain Conscious Immortality According to Taoism

The study of Taoism has filled many of my knowledge gaps of spiritual progress and, armed with this knowledge, I am no longer afraid to allow myself to fully delve into deep meditation again.

In this post I share with you the most important teachings that I was able to find in Taoism. I already wrote about an important Daoist teaching of developing an immortal embryo here. I also touch on some other spiritual traditions with identical teachings.

During my research I often referred to scholarly articles on Jstor.org, especially to the works of Livia Kohn (I read one of her books too), Robert Ford Campany and Fabrizio Predagio. These are the people who translate original Daoist texts into English. Read more…

30 Days to Deep Meditation Book Is Released!

30 Days to Deep MeditationThis is a fully revised and updated version of a book I wrote years ago about my personal method of getting deep into meditation.

This book is written to help you get into deep meditation through a different meditation task each day.

The purpose of this book is to get you used to meditation through variety.

Once you get the taste of deep meditation as a result of different meditation practices each day, you won’t need much variety after such an experience because the taste of meditation depths will keep you going.

The reason it’s important to go beyond the surface is that once you touch upon realities not usually perceived during the waking consciousness, this experience is so profound that you will naturally want to meditate after such a life-changing event.

So that’s the whole point of this book – to get you to experience what lies beyond waking consciousness.

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Update About 30 Days to Deep Meditation Book

30 Days to Deep MeditationI’ve revised half of the 30 Days to Deep Meditation book.

This is a book I wrote several years ago, and now every single page of it is being revised and updated.

I’m hoping to release it before my travels in Asia next month.

Creating a Void – Consciousness Transfer – Seeing Things as They Are

You probably have heard of a story of how a pupil came to the Zen master to learn from his wisdom, but the master said that it’s impossible for him to learn because he’s full (of himself).

That’s a very common problem. Many cannot learn anything truly new because Read more…

What You Probably Didn’t Know About Sex and Celibacy

Sex & Celibacy EbookSex & Celibacy is a 180-page ebook about my celibacy journey.

I share not only my experiences and advice, but also include the accounts and important warnings of the celibates of the past who were occultists, spiritual teachers, writers, inventors, artists, and more.

This ebook was first released on May 2015, and was fully revised and updated on May 2016, with my new experiences and newly-found genuine accounts of yet more celibates, especially saints.

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Order the Sex & Celibacy ebook here.

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Seven reasons why I wrote this ebook

1.) I’ve decided to share my celibacy journey so that it serves as a source of inspiration for current celibates to continue walking this road;

2.) So that it serves as a source of information for those who are thinking about this lifestyle and want to find out what they can expect from it. Read more…

How New Age Misleads You About Meditation

As I told many times before, New Age is full of half-truths. Following New Age teachings may make you feel good about yourself, but your progress will be slow (if there will be any at all), without the end result – liberation – achieved.

In the West the practice of meditation is new-agey. It’s all about feeling good about yourself and engaging in this spiritual pursuit only when one feels like doing it. Read more…

A True Sign of Spirit Birth/Second Birth/Regeneration

A true sign of spiritual birth is when you no longer experience human moods caused by the ego. This is because you’re in the neutral – in the middle way, the Sushumna nadi of Hindus.

People who are unregenerate are happy one day and sad the next; they are still in duality, so their moods show it. They are slaves of the moods and they have no willpower to change the situation.

They are still in Ida and Pingala nadis, as opposed to the strait and narrow way of Jesus, which is the Sushumna nadi: Read more…