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Spiritual Enlightenment is Unbroken Direct Experience

There may be come a point for some individuals where they simply become weary of methods and practices, when they realize that what they are trying to get access is already and always here anyhow. This individual may sometimes be referred to as a spiritual seeker or a...

On the Dissolution of Boundaries

Whenever there is indirect experience, there is the inevitability of boundaries being set and held up. They can be boundaries that are consciously upheld or they can be ingrained and conditioned boundaries that the society, culture and family have instilled into the...

What Life is and Who You Really Are

Life is experience, and the more fully you are immersed in the immediacy of the present moment, the more you'll be fulfilled. There can be no life without a subject present to experience it, furthermore this entails that experience is indistinguishable from life, and...

Presence, Person, Direct and Indirect Experience

It is important to distinguish that direct experience cannot be given as a gift or an object. Direct experience is always there, but something in the mental realm of the sentient human being sometimes has a tendency of preventing the individual from being immersed in...

The Difference Between Conscious and Unconscious Spontaneity

Your heart longs for unity with the now, it longs to be fully in the moment where your personal problems are dissolved in the totality and intensity of every second. Life cannot truly be fathomed but only experienced. If you happen to be one who is trying to...

Different Spiritual & Artistic Paths, But One Destination

All spiritual and artistic endeavours are one, in that they all share the objective of being more fully immersed in the experiencing of life. This is true no matter if the individuals doing it are aware of it or not. These means can range from music, dance, art,...

How to Induce the Felt Presence of Direct Experience

“He who hears not me but the logos will say: All is one.” Heraclitus In this very moment, you can be in total harmony with your own presence and immediate experience, and being in tune with ones own self is the surest way to understand and enjoy the life that is being...

Sanctity: The Ultimate Non-Dual State of Being

I call this last path of direct experience, though it’s not really a path, I call it sanctity. I decided to use the word sanctity as an homage and allusion to Meister Eckhart's luminous sermons , but in truth sanctity can also be seen to be synonymous with...

Prayer: Direct Experience of the Divine

When one stumbles upon the realization that ones own contemplations and meditative efforts may have their own set of limitations, one need not give in to despair, but one can turn towards the power of prayer. Prayer takes one deeper into ones souls abode, through true...

Combining Contemplation with Meditation

You may have noticed that I'm a fan of combining and mixing techniques to see what works the best, and just like I recommended the combination of sensitivity and movement, so too I will advise the marriage of meditation with intellectual contemplation's on the nature...
On the Dissolution of Boundaries

On the Dissolution of Boundaries

Whenever there is indirect experience, there is the inevitability of boundaries being set and held up. They can be boundaries that are consciously upheld or they can be ingrained and conditioned boundaries that the society, culture and family have instilled into the...

What Life is and Who You Really Are

What Life is and Who You Really Are

Life is experience, and the more fully you are immersed in the immediacy of the present moment, the more you'll be fulfilled. There can be no life without a subject present to experience it, furthermore this entails that experience is indistinguishable from life, and...

Presence, Person, Direct and Indirect Experience

Presence, Person, Direct and Indirect Experience

It is important to distinguish that direct experience cannot be given as a gift or an object. Direct experience is always there, but something in the mental realm of the sentient human being sometimes has a tendency of preventing the individual from being immersed in...

The Difference Between Conscious and Unconscious Spontaneity

The Difference Between Conscious and Unconscious Spontaneity

Your heart longs for unity with the now, it longs to be fully in the moment where your personal problems are dissolved in the totality and intensity of every second. Life cannot truly be fathomed but only experienced. If you happen to be one who is trying to...

Different Spiritual & Artistic Paths, But One Destination

Different Spiritual & Artistic Paths, But One Destination

All spiritual and artistic endeavours are one, in that they all share the objective of being more fully immersed in the experiencing of life. This is true no matter if the individuals doing it are aware of it or not. These means can range from music, dance, art,...

How to Induce the Felt Presence of Direct Experience

How to Induce the Felt Presence of Direct Experience

“He who hears not me but the logos will say: All is one.” Heraclitus In this very moment, you can be in total harmony with your own presence and immediate experience, and being in tune with ones own self is the surest way to understand and enjoy the life that is being...

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