HNS Class Golden Bridge Hollywood – 2012-08-15 – Compulsion

Tune-in. Ong Namo….

Liars desperately want to be liked. They have an empty void of intimacy with the world. Lying comes from compulsions that lead to many consequences. We can fix some aspect of the compulsion. We can adjust how they relate with the world. Don’t just fix compulsions as people could wake up not knowing who they are.

It’s not useful to ask, “How could she lie like that?” It’s not useful to hold the opinion that someone would not go beyond an outrageous boundary. People believe that they won’t be lied to by certain people, such as people who say that they are Christians against abortion.

Say, “You liar!” Call them on their lying. The lying is a fact.

In Sat Nam Rasayan®, we work with tendencies that come from our consciousness. Consciousness produces the tendencies that make us how we are. The tendencies are held in consciousness.

We relate as closely as we can with the consciousness that holds the tendencies, which extend to illness, people’s getting sick, and people’s becoming mass murderers. What they do is produced by patterns that they repeat.

Liars tend to hold everybody in utter contempt. They’re actually sociopaths. The way that they relate is broken. They can’t relate. They’re relating only with a mental, learned process. What comes from inside them is only compulsions. There’s big damage in the way that they relate with everything.

We can go to a root of some behavior, which can lead us to some compulsion, which is a rote behavior, something that can’t be stopped. We can separate and cut off the compulsion from how the person relates. This method is useful for someone who compulsively eats too much food all the time.

People see themselves through the filter of the compulsions. The inner projection gets lost.

We look to our own perception. We know through our own perception. Our Perceptive Field contains the inputs of our sensory being. We can’t feel anything outside of ourselves. We are the source of all our perceptions. We can know how we’re affected by something.

You’ll experience a strong feeling of the consciousness if you walk into a meeting of white supremacists. You could feel that. Everything is producing in you some sensations. You could react and run outside, or sit there and start to argue with them.

We have to give up the hope of changing anything. We allow the experience of relating, not reacting. We go to Silence. In Shuniya, there are no echoes inside of us. In the absence of echoes, you experience the events in your awareness. Nothing more has to be made of that.

We choose how we relate as healers. We allow our consciousness to merge. What we feel has everything to do with the healing relation. When we allow the relationship to exist in an absolute way, echoless and reactionless, the Silence will have an Impact. When we allow the relation, sit in Stillness, and don’t react, the Silence will have an Impact.

When you just walk into a place, you will have an Impact.

There’s no boundary, end, or limit to what you can experience. When you are healing with an open space, it’s easy to fall into the clutches of the assumption that what you’re experiencing is yourself. There is a tendency to identify with the experience, and to think that you’re producing the experience: “I feel bad; so it must be me.” You’re having an experience of being affected. You are not your experience. You can have the experience; and in the experience, there can be an Impact.

Student: I was just recently diagnosed as being bipolar.

It’s good to recognize certain things at the outset. When we want to heal ourselves, we practice Kundalini Yoga. You’ll come out on the other end pretty darn good.

We’re using the Technology of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation in Sat Nam Rasayan®. We don’t need to differentiate ourselves from everybody else. You are affected by what’s happening.

You may think when you’re in the presence of skinheads that you’re hateful. You’re experiencing the sensation of hatred as that’s what they promote. You just need to contain the experience without reacting. Don’t make the mistake of assuming that the experience is coming from you.

When you read something hateful on the internet and experience the sensation of hatred, that intention was in that composition. The hatred is not you.

Ganesha Meditation:
Bring all of your tendencies to move into the sensation of Stillness. Find the place where it’s Still in your experience of doing this. Watch the flow of your consciousness.
Time: 3 minutes.

Things look different now. You moved out of one place, and now you’re in another place.

Healing Exercises
Round One: Open the space. Take your partner. Allow the flow of your experience. Don’t judge your experience. Become aware of the major tendency in your space. Follow the path of resistance, looking for and finding the points of irritation and stimulation that lead to the next major resistance. Continue to follow the path of resistance, looking for and finding the points of irritation and stimulation that lead to the next major resistance. Now you have come to a different place in your perception. Now set the intention to separate and put distance between this place and the original tendency you were in relation with at the beginning of this session. Allow the resistances to resolve into the Silence. Come to conclusion.

With whatever we’re in relation, we can look to find more points of irritation that are stimulating more resistances. Then you end up coming to a different place in your perception, which is related to the original tendency you were in relation with first. Then we separate those two, and put distance between them. With this method you can erase certain tendencies of habitual patterns of consciousness. We find where the tendency that we’re addressing takes us in our experience. Then we separate that place where we end up from the original compulsion we were in relation with at the beginning of the session.

Round Two: Open the space. Take your partner. Become aware of all of your perceptions and sensations in your Perceptive Field. Now become aware of the Silence that exists between and within all the perceptions in your Perceptive Field. Expand the sensation of the Silence into your whole space. Allow all the resistances to resolve into the Silence. Come to conclusion.

Round Three: Repeat of Round Two….

In a healing session, even if a lot of our perception of the experience remains the same and unchanged, there’s always some part of our perception that’s a little bit modified.

A common tendency of smart people is to follow a thought and analyze it. That tendency can be stimulated by the relation with your partner.

We need only to have the experience. Your partner will feel better. The healing process stimulates so much, and that is good. The healer’s intention is to heal. The worst that can happen is nothing. Everybody has some experience of what’s happening. Just enjoy the ride.

We’ll finish now.

Sat Nam. Sat Nam. Sat Nam. (silent prayer….)

Author: harinam

Yogi, teacher, healer