“Universal realization comes when you see yourself as nothing but a bindu, a point. What is tantra? Tantra is the science of the point.” Yogi Bhajan
Tao Te Ching – Verse 47
Without opening your door,
you can open your heart to the world.
Without looking out your window,
you can see the essence of the Tao.
The more you know,
the less you understand.
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“What, is meditation? What is God-consciousness? What is truth? What are you seeking? If you think very deeply, very consciously, the answer will come to you. You are a living existence of light; you need not seek anything.” Yogi Bhajan… Read the rest
Tao Te Ching – Verse 46
When a country is in harmony with the Tao,
the factories make trucks and tractors.
When a country goes counter to the Tao,
warheads are stockpiled outside the cities.
There is no greater illusion … Read the rest
Humbly offer your service to those in need. Join others in common cause to create a significant impact.
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“Happiness comes out of contentment, and contentment always comes out of service.” Yogi Bhajan
Tao Te Ching – Verse 45
True perfection seems imperfect,
yet it is perfectly itself.
True fullness seems empty,
yet it is fully present.
True straightness seems crooked.
True wisdom seems foolish.
True art seems artless.
The Master allows things … Read the rest
Keep your powers hidden while under the domination of evil forces. Your time to shine will arrive when the darkness lifts.
“Feel that you exist, then turn yourself into a star. This is a very powerful meditation. Feel your body entirely, from toe to top, then feel your body totally as a star; then emit the shine. You are turning yourself … Read the rest
Tao Te Ching – Verse 44
Fame or integrity: which is more important?
Money or happiness: which is more valuable?
Success or failure: which is more destructive?
If you look to others for fulfillment,
you will never truly be fulfilled.… Read the rest
“A common soul frees itself from the earth attachment in seventeen days after death.” Yogi Bhajan
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Tao Te Ching – Verse 43
The gentlest thing in the world
overcomes the hardest thing in the world.
That which has no substance
enters where there is no space.
This shows the value of non-action.
Teaching without words,
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