Nirvanic Insights VIII: All Things Change

Nirvanic Insights VIII: All Things Change

”Panta Rhei”, everything flows, something the Greek philosopher mystic Heraclitus so poignantly put it. Everything is subject to change, every phenomenal thing is touched by the finger of time. Though death and decay are the emanations of time, time in itself need not...
Nirvanic Insights VII: Celebrate Yourself!

Nirvanic Insights VII: Celebrate Yourself!

One of the most important things that some or perhaps most spiritual seekers tend to overlook and forget, is that life is celebration. Life is always dancing, moving and vibrating. Life in its spontaenorus expressions is not a serious game, only human beings, adult...
Nirvanic Insights VI: Your Consciousness is Immaculate

Nirvanic Insights VI: Your Consciousness is Immaculate

Your consciousness is ever pure and perfect, nothing can in reality stain or disturb it. It is ever resting in its own perfection. The ultimate perceiver is a formless eye that never gathers dust, never has it any objections with reality as it is appearing. The...
Nirvanic Insights V: Love is the Bridge to the Divine

Nirvanic Insights V: Love is the Bridge to the Divine

Truly nothing great can be achieved without love, this goes equally for spiritual maturity as for all earnest earthly endeavours. Love is the bridge between the personal and the universal, between the parts and the whole, between you and the divine. Love has the power...
Nirvanic Insights IV: You are Not Merely Your Body and Mind

Nirvanic Insights IV: You are Not Merely Your Body and Mind

Are you your body? Are you merely your mind, thoughts and identity? The body feels intuitive, and it indeed is so. But the more you get to know your body from a meditative perspective, the more you feel that the body is simply there, hopefully alive and functional,...
Nirvanic Insights III: Silence is the Highest Teaching

Nirvanic Insights III: Silence is the Highest Teaching

Silence is the closest to the supreme state of existence. There can be no teaching higher than the teaching that silence conveys. Why? Because silence is stillness and God is perfect stillness. As Plato said, the more you contemplate the perfect the more you become...

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