“It does not matter who you are, it only matters how you radiate. Happiness does not come through materials, it comes through happiness.” Yogi Bhajan
Share your inner clarity with the world through teaching, example and art. Be like the midday sun.
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It is time to recognize equal standing among people in the eyes of God. The great wealth that will come from this shift in awareness will ensure the survival of a new order despite resistance from bad actors.
See Yogi Bhajan’s quote.
“You communicate with you. Your mind communicates with your mind. Now you have to understand which mind because your mind communicates with your mind. One mind is the mind of the intellect and senses, the other mind is that which observes what the mind of the intellect is doing. We call it consciousness.” Yogi Bhajan
“When the one-pointed, infinite beam of the mind starts sending the signal into the infinity and the infinity relates to the finite, the unit becomes united and this is called the highest stage of the yogic mind.” Yogi Bhajan
“Conquer your mind and you will conquer the world. Which mind? The conscious mind? No. The supreme conscious mind? No. Which mind? The subconscious mind. If you conquer your subconscious mind, then you win the world.” Yogi Bhajan
“Why did God create this world? Just to be recognized. It is his instinct, and the same instinct is in us. We want to be recognized as He wants to be recognized. We are the little image of God, we are little Gods because we have a pineal gland. The best way to be recognized is when your pituitary starts working; then you know past, present, and future; then you don’t care; then you know what is what.” Yogi Bhajan
In times of oppression it is important to keep up your spirit. Do not give in to negativity. Opposition is not defeat. Make it an opportunity. Regardless of mistakes or other bad choices, you can forgive yourself and be forgiven and made whole in the eyes of your brothers and sisters. Keep up.