If thirty percent of the mind is experiencing the chaos of insanity, then is the person crazy? Maybe, but also maybe some therapy could salvage the whole. That is a rationale for adopting and embracing Humanology, which is not really a thing, but is rather the body of teachings that can be absorbed through the experience of a technology that we can embrace in order to begin to know, and ultimately, reclaim the self. Experience comes from the commitment to a personal daily routine, sadhana, or therapy. We do the meditation, and we get better. The technology was referred to us by my teacher, Yogi Bhajan. It is not a thing! Do not believe it, do it! Continue reading “America has lost her marbles and she needs them back”
We find reality through our perception. When every component of our perceptive field is integrated into a whole we see that as reality. If we do not add any bias to any component of perception, then we can trust that it is real.
Prejudices and other biases alter perception, forming a point of view. An integrated point of view may appear real, though it skews reality toward that viewpoint. Then, we have a window, but not the whole picture.
As healers, when we relate with the patient and merge with in an integrated perceptive field two things happen:
1. We know the reality of the patient as we know our own
2. We can manifest our intention in the relation.
That is the realm of the projective meditative mind. If we can completely lose all points of view, then anything and everything can be healed.
A similar principle can be applied simply to healing others. Every viewpoint that the patient holds results in some condition or position in the patient. Not all points of view are equal. Some result in positive relations, others, negative; some loving, others adversarial.
If we agree that physical, emotional and spiritual conditions are held in consciousness, then we can say that these conditions can change or be released with a shift in the consciousness. Simply, a change in a person’s perception or viewpoint can precipitate healing in that person. There can be a very strong resonance between the perception and a condition.
Sometimes it is simpler to address the perception than the condition. A perception can flip in a moment.
Many have figured this out. Many deny it. Chaos was weaponized a long time ago, and keeps re-emerging as a political reality for those who have forgotten history.
It isn’t about truth or lies. That is just the tactic. The strategy is all about chaos.
If you find the means to produce pure and ultimate chaos, then you can easily find the means to seize the power necessary to bring back “order”.
If you can blow up the world economy (e.g., toxic tax bill) then you find the means to put it back together in your own image. There will always be somebody else you can blame for the catastrophe (2008).
If you can wage catastrophic war producing total devastation (e.g., nuclear war), then you can rebuild on your own terms. There will always be somebody else you can blame for the cataclysm.
If you can privatize a nation’s secret security and spying infrastructure (cia) then they will work for you secretly (gestapo) and can target and prosecute fellow citizens with extrajudicial impunity.
If you can completely dismantle democratic institutions then you can define your own.
If you can get enough people (e.g., religious zealots) to believe that blowing up the world is a good thing, then there is nothing that you can’t accomplish with their help.
If you can appear to be insane to enough people (e.g., everybody) then they will underestimate you (as always) so you can fly under the radar and fully implement your chaos strategy.
“You know each other, because you were all born in the same time and space as a batch of the third millennium. No matter where we live—we have all come to the planet Earth. You know that you are here. Do you accept that everyone knows everyone? Do you ever go up to someone and say “Hi, you are here, I am here!” without knowing the person’s name? Whenever dealing with people, remember you are here along with everyone else all of the time.” – Yogi Bhajan
Balancing projection with intention
Yogic scriptures tell us of the four stages of the mind: normal awareness, the dream state, total mental rest, and total awareness. Mastery of this meditation enables the practitioner to master these four levels of the mind. It can create a mental equilibrium so that our expression will be consistent with our intention.
Contemplating our intention will align our intention with our identity.
Living above denial and the faculty of self engagement
When we feel badly about what is going on around us, and feel helpless to do anything about it, we are denying who we are and separating ourselves from it. Rather, we should know the self that is equal to the challenge and engage it rather than separate or shrink from it.
Increase the flow of spirit in you
When everything is upside down and stagnation and chaos prevail, it is time to be and not do. There is nothing to do personally but peacefully participate in the divine flow. That flow is present even in chaos and will emerge as the way everything will eventually right itself. The situation is too complex to force any single remedy successfully. Relying on your inner worth with perseverance and being in the flow will allow divine wisdom to take its course.
From “It is time to be and not do”.
Develop patience and intuition
You must consciously breathe the breath of life. Give yourself a chance to wait, and the patience to understand. When you meet and talk with somebody, or think about somebody, you cannot even think of that person’s condition if you do not use patience and intuition. If you do not use patience and intuition you will do a lot of wrong. Patience and intuition are essential in order to meditatively assess what is going on.
About this page
After the women’s march, it is useful to contemplate what comes next. As individuals, a community and a nation, men and women, we can look first within ourselves to know our light, find our strengths, and gather the means for making an effective impact that will heal our communities and bring them together, local and global. Then we can reach out and join with others communicating our ideas and plans.
I have begun this page as a means of reminding us of the motivations that brought everyone together and as a means of sustaining the internal space that it opened in us through that experience. It is a collection of meditations that I feel will contribute to that intention. All the meditations were given to us by my teacher, Yogi Bhajan. They come from the tradition of Kundalini Yoga, which is simply a technology that gives us tools for living a happy life. Continue reading “Meditation: For contemplating what comes next after the Women’s March”