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…

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…

How to Dream Consciously – an Easy Technique I Discovered

There are many ways to lucid dream. A common conscious dreaming technique is to continue asking yourself whether you are awake, in the hope that in the future you will ask yourself the same question whilst you’re asleep.

I’ve discovered a technique that requires no such repetition.

All one needs to do is to stay mindful in the waking hours, and this with time will carry over into your dream life.

This technique, unlike other lucid dreaming methods, benefits you in more ways than one. That’s because being mindful helps you to spiritually progress as well, but about that a little later.Read more…

How Archons (Reptilians) Feed on Your Energy

Don Juan, Carlos Castaneda’s teacher, revealed his final teaching to Carlos after many other profound lessons detailed in the books written by Don Juan’s pupil.

Don Juan told him that all the other lessons he’d been teaching him so far was just a preparation, just “beating around the bush”. But the piece of knowledge that he was about to reveal was by far the most important.

In this final teaching Don Juan revealed the fact that humans “have a companion for life”. Humans didn’t ask for that companion, yet it attached itself to humanity because it identified humans as a perfect food source.Read more…

Predator Mind, Catholic Magic, Universal Language and Witch Burning

Deep meditators know that a human being has two minds. The mind that gives orders seems not to be ours, as it’s a reptilian-like mind. It’s the mind of an aggressor.

When I would deeply meditate, sometimes I would be able to see lightning-speed events at a slow-pace. This is what made me realize the aggressor-nature of our minds, and only after several years of reflection I understand why Eastern meditation adepts were focused on killing the mind.

They weren’t trying to kill the human mind, but the parasitical mind, which Don Juan (in the writings of Carlos Castaneda) believed to be given to us by the dark entities that feed on us.Read more…