Father in Heaven – Your Higher Brain and Higher Self

(Watch my new video on spiritual rewards for meditating twelve hours a day.)

This is one of the posts about trying to connect more dots with regards to the full kundalini awakening experience.

I must here also tell that what I mean by full kundalini awakening is not the usual half-awakenings due to drug use or any other artificial ways to rouse this power which only results in harm.

What I’m talking is about a genuine kundalini arousal through yoga and then it leaving through the crown chakra – only to descend back into the body once its union with the Infinite is accomplished, thus making you a triune, and no longer a dual, being.Read more…

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Hearing Voices in Your Head During Meditation Explained

There were quite a few times in the past where an unpleasant experience would happen. I would, after meditation (usually during daytime), lie down to rest, and then my body would get into a state of intense vibration.

Instead of astral projecting, which this state usually results in, I would start hearing foreign voices in my head.Read more…

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My Experience of Meditating Twelve Hours a Day

I’m writing this piece from the very same temple where I’m doing twelve hours of meditation a day. Today is a Buddha day, and the nun responsible for foreign laypeople allowed me to take it easy on this day. Thus, this is my second post I’m writing today, as I have a little more time.

Meditating twelve hours a day is stressful. Most people could not do it. In fact, from the group of foreigners that started with me, I’m the only one remaining that does proper meditation.

The reason it’s very hard toRead more…

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Where Are You Headed When You Die? Find out Through Meditation

Today in the forest Buddhist monastery a monk gave a very important lecture. Unfortunately, the English translator was very poor, so I wasn’t able to understand all of the speech. But what I understood is so important that I must share this with you.

According to the monk, you can find out right now to which realm you are headed if you were to die now. And you can do so through meditation.

When you get deep into meditation, images, visions and other mental phenomena will arise. In Buddhism such phenomena are called “nimita”. They include not only random images and visions, but also experiences, such as the feeling that you are about to fall into an abyss, or that you are about to be sucked into a void.Read more…

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