It is a lie that one must look outside one’s self to satisfy desires. The joy that most people mistakenly search for externally dwells right where one exists.
The ever-growing complexity, pressures and speed of society contributes to so much stress. Too many choices, too much stimulation and information overload can also drive one crazy. One can actually only concentrate on one thing at a time, but the high pace of modern day living often demands multitasking while causing an overflow of unfulfilled frustrations.
For every desire one tries to fulfill, many more come up, and one feels there is so much lacking in this world and not enough good things to go around. No wonder one finds so much frustration and anger! A major and common misconception states that everyone lives on Earth to find happiness through the fulfillment of desires of which endless searching, and endless suffering can be the only actual result.
Finding permanent satisfaction in this highly inefficient way remains impossible as long as desires and fears hang around to keep one in an unpleasant state of being. The main purpose of desire (not intention) especially sexual desire keeps the individual separate from God so that the “centrifugal” process of evolution of the species can continue resulting in endless rebirths, suffering and constant restlessness.
However, internally remove (renounce or transmute) all desires (including sensual), fears and attachments, only ever-increasing levels of peace, happiness, spirituality, and fulfillment can remain. One’s sense of frustration and separation from God (pure Being) transforms into a beautiful, glowing ecstasy, and a sense of unconditional love and calmness.
I know this fact for sure, because I experience it! Unlimited happiness with no sorrow exists as our very basic nature, the real natural state of wisdom before being encumbered by the desires and fears of the senses and ego (illusion of separation from God).
Desires (attachments), lusts, and fears (aversions) not only frustrate or block vital spiritual energy, they also have a powerful unbalancing effect on the mind, making it nearly impossible to feel whole as long as they exist. To free one’s self completely from all desires, lusts, and fears and then to become fully balanced and centered in wholeness provides the key. Desires (fears) work through the mind to create barriers and limitations of all sorts.
|The individual already emanates unlimited power and spirituality, but that power wastes away (dilutes) into all sorts of conflicting thoughts, worries, fears, attachments, addictions and sexual desires.
As a man thinketh in his heart so is he…” (Proverbs 23:7). Depending on the individual concerned, what one eats can also constitute a huge factor in this equation, because the quality of one’s diet can affect one’s emotions tremendously.
I will list on other parts of this website the vital nutrients one needs to enjoy the deepest possible states of wellness and profound inner peace which in turn can be used to manifest a much more fulfilling life. I leave nothing out, no stone is left unturned.
“The Hidden Treasures Are Within”
Uncover the Hidden Treasures in Your Self Through Meditation
Imagine a love so complete, a state of consciousness so full of joy, a lasting pleasure so native to one’s soul; what grander thing is there than wholeness?
TO REALIZE SPIRIT IN ONE’S LIFE IS VITAL FOR ADDING MEANING TO WHAT WOULD OTHERWISE BE A MEANINGLESS AND MATERIALISTIC EXISTENCE
This amazing ebook is a compilation of fifteen inspirational chapters regarding how to find wholeness, how to meditate deeply, how to choose your spiritual path, and how to discover within your self the hidden treasures of wholeness for living a more full and complete life. Although this book includes some passages from the Bible and meditation-oriented information from the “Path of Sant Mat,” this book is purely a spiritual text not meant to promote any specific path or religion.
Most of this ebook will be about why wholeness is so essential and how to achieve it. I believe it is of utmost importance to make one’s search for wholeness one’s highest priority in what would otherwise be a temporary and fickle existence. To realize Spirit in one’s life is vital for adding meaning to what would otherwise be a meaningless and materialistic existence.
Why do so many people go to all the trouble to sit down and meditate? It is to get a sense of wholeness and inner peace and to increase one’s capacity for joy and hopefully gain access to higher realms of spiritual enchantment. A most ideal object of meditation would be the inner sounds and light of God or Spirit, and also one’s highest idea of what one would consider a very heavenly and most pleasant state of being. Real success in life boils down to achieving a genuinely pleasant state of being, as it is one’s state of being that matters the most while learning to avoid the common pitfall of getting too emotionally caught up in “circumstances that don’t matter.”
What is wholeness? Wholeness can mean different things to different people. Everyone’s path and ideal of fulfillment or wholeness is individual. There is no greater thing of beauty, love, excitement, value and joy than the experience of wholeness–the hidden treasure of bliss deep inside every one of us. Being in a state of wholeness means completely free of wound or injury with nothing missing and everything complete, perfect, unbroken, and uncut; perfectly healthy and free of any defect, deformity, mistake or impairment having all its proper parts and components. Another way to describe wholeness is being in a state of undivided oneness or total unity. When someone says one is extremely happy or fulfilled, one could also mean complete and whole or “I am enjoying a state of wholeness.”
Imagine a love so complete, a state of consciousness so full of joy, a lasting pleasure so native to one’s soul; what grander thing is there than wholeness? If God were not whole, God would not be God. Synonyms for wholeness are completion, entirety, fulfillment, haleness, healthiness, integrity, oneness, perfection, totality, and unity. Whole means all, content, intact, perfect, restored, satisfied, total, unabridged, unbroken, uncut, unhurt, and unmodified.
There is nothing more urgent and more important than for everyone in the world to find wholeness, because life should be far more than just a battle for survival. Lasting love and inner joy seem to be the only things that would justify all the tremendous hardships and pains that everyone seems to have to go through. One could say that all the pains, injustices, and other sufferings of the world are because of a lack of wholeness. In contrast is the yogi who sits quietly in breathless samadhi. Why can’t we all enjoy this profoundly enjoyable state of being whenever we desire it? What can be done to make profound inner satisfaction available to everyone?
The quest for wholeness is what drives and motivates everyone. People try to find wholeness either through drugs, in their partners, religion, work, or through some kind of recreational activity. It is a never-ending ongoing process. Life never seems to find it, yet it is clearly the end all and be all of existence. Some of the ways people try to find it are really terrible, while others are not very effective or just temporary. My goal is to create an effective way to a permanent state of fulfillment, wisdom, spiritual freedom and happiness, which, of course is wholeness.
Wholeness is utterly essential yet few directly strive to achieve it. I believe it is of utmost importance to make one’s search for wholeness one’s highest priority in what would otherwise be a temporary and fickle existence. To realize Spirit in one’s life is vital for adding meaning to what would otherwise be a meaningless and and rather pathetic materialistic existence.
Recently updated, May 2017 2nd edition – subjects covered include:
Chapter 1 – Uncover the Hidden Treasures in Your Self Through Meditation
Chapter 2 – Abandon All Desires and Fill Your Mind With Joy
Chapter 3 – Find Inner Joy – Stepping Stones to Wholeness
Chapter 4 – “The Science of the Soul” – Cynical Or Realistic?
Chapter 5 – Spiritual Paths – How Does One Know Which Are the Best?
Chapter 6 – How to Meditate Deeply in Perfect Stillness
Chapter 7 – Faith in Scientific Observation Verses Faith in Out-Dated Dogma
Chapter 8 – How Do We Transcend the Everyday Limitations of Time?
Chapter 9 – How to Transcend the Tyranny of Respiration and Rejuvenate Cells
Chapter 10 – Birth, Suffering and Death – Is This What You Want?
Chapter 11 – What is Enlightenment and How Do You Achieve It?
Chapter 12 – Finding Unity in Conflicts of Religion, Wealth, Sex and Spirituality
Chapter 13 – The Law of Love and The Universal Principles of Love
Chapter 14 – Live by Nature’s Wisdom and Higher Consciousness
Chapter 15 – Very Few Venture Far Enough Into the Forest of Bliss
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