Samadhi Movie, 2018 – Part 2 (It’s Not What You Think)

Samadhi Movie, 2018 – Part 2 (It’s Not What You Think)


The world’s greatest spiritual teachers
from ancient to modern times have shared the view that the deepest truth of our
being is not the property of one particular religion or spiritual
tradition but can be found within the heart of each person. The poet Rumi said “where is that moon
that never rises or sets? Where is that soul that is neither with nor without us?
Don’t say it is here or there. All creation is “That”, but for the eyes
that can see. In the story of the Tower of Babel
humanity fragmented into countless languages, beliefs, cultures and interests.
Babel means literally “the gate of God”. The gate is our thinking mind – our
conditioned structures. For those who come to realize their true nature, their
essence beyond name and form, they are initiated into the great mystery of what
lies beyond the gate. An ancient parable, the elephant parable,
has been used to describe how various traditions are actually all pointing to
one great truth. A group of blind people are each touching a different part of an
elephant, getting a certain impression of what an elephant is. The person standing
at the elephant’s leg describes the elephant as being like a tree. The person
at the tail says the elephant is like a rope. The elephant is like a spear, says
the one standing at the tusk. If one touches the ear, it seems the elephant is
like a fan. The person touching the side is adamant
that the elephant is like a wall. The problem is we touch our piece of the
elephant and we believe our experience is the only truth. We don’t acknowledge
or appreciate that each person’s experience is a different facet of the
same animal. The perennial philosophy is an
understanding that all spiritual and religious traditions share a single
universal truth. A mystical or transcendent reality upon which
foundation all spiritual knowledge and doctrine has grown. Swami Vivekananda summed up the
perennial teaching when he said “the end of all religions is the realizing of God
in the soul. That is the one universal religion.” In this film when we use the
word God it is simply a metaphor for the transcendent, pointing to the great
mystery beyond the limited egoic mind. To realize one’s true self or immanent Self
is to realize one’s divine nature. Every soul has the potential to manifest a new higher level of consciousness. To awaken from its slumber and its identification
with form The writer and visionary Aldous Huxley,
known for his book “Brave New World”, also wrote a book which he entitled “The
Perennial Philosophy” in which he writes about the one teaching that comes back
over and over in history, taking the form of the culture in which it is realized.
He writes, “The perennial philosophy is expressed most succinctly in the
sanskrit formula “Tat Tvam Asi”; “That Thou Art.” The Atman or immanent eternal self is
one with Brahman, the absolute principle of all existence,
and the last end of every human being is to discover the fact for himself. To find
out who he or she really is. Each tradition is like a facet of a
jewel reflecting a unique perspective of the same truth, while at the same time
echoing and illuminating each other. Whatever the language and conceptual
framework used, all religions that reflect the perennial teaching have some
notion that there is a union with something greater, something beyond us. It is possible to learn from and
integrate the teachings from one or many sources without identifying a sense of
self with them. It is said that all true spiritual teachings are simply fingers
pointing to the transcendent truth. If we hold on to the dogma the teaching for
comfort we will be stunted in our spiritual evolution. To realize truth
beyond any concept is letting go of all clinging and attachment, letting go of
all religious concepts. From the ego’s perspective the finger
pointing you to Samadhi is pointing straight toward the abyss. Saint John of the Cross said “If one
wishes to be sure of the road they tread, one must close their eyes and walk in
the dark.” Samadhi begins with a leap into the
unknown. In the ancient traditions in order to
realize Samadhi it was said that one must ultimately turn consciousness away
from all known objects; from all external phenomena, conditioned thoughts and
sensations, toward consciousness itself. Toward the inner source; the heart or
essence of one’s being. In this film when we use the word Samadhi we are pointing
to the transcendent. To the highest Samadhi which has been named Nirvikalpa
Samadhi. In Nirvikalpa Samadhi there’s a
cessation of self activity, of all seeking and doing. We can only speak
about what falls away as we approach it and what reappears when we return from
it. There is neither perception nor non-perception, neither “thing” nor “no thing”,
neither consciousness nor unconsciousness. It is absolute,
unfathomable, and inscrutable to the mind. When the self returns to activity
there’s a not knowing; a kind of rebirth, and everything becomes new again. We are
left with the perfume of the divine, which lingers longer as one evolves on
the path. There are numerous types of Samadhi
described in the ancient traditions and language has created much confusion over
the years. We are choosing to use the word Samadhi to point to the
transcendent union, but we could have used a word from another tradition just
as easily. Samadhi is an ancient Sanskrit term common to the Vedic yogic and
Samkhya traditions of India, and has permeated many other spiritual
traditions. Samadhi is the eighth limb of Patanjali’s eight limbs of the yoga,
and the eighth part of the Buddha’s Noble Eightfold
Path. The Buddha used the word “Nirvana”, the cessation of “vana” or the cessation
of self activity. Patanjali described yoga or Samadhi as
“chitta vritti nirodha”, the Sanskrit meaning “cessation of the whirlpool or
spiral of mind.” It is a disentangling of consciousness from the entire matrix or
creatrixof mind. Samadhi does not signify any concept
because to realize it requires a dropping of the conceptual mind. Different religions have used various
words to describe the divine union. In fact the word religion itself means
something similar. In Latin “religare” means to re-bind or reconnect. It’s a
similar meaning to the word yoga which means to yoke, to unite the worldly with
the transcendent. In Islam it is reflected in the ancient Arabic meaning
of the word Islam itself which means submission or supplication to God. It
signifies a total humbling or surrender of the self structure. Christian mystics such as Saint Francis
of Assisi, Saint Teresa of Ãvila and Saint John of the Cross describe a
divine union with God, the kingdom of God within. In the Gospel of Thomas, Christ
said “the kingdom is not here or there. Rather the kingdom of the Father is
spread out upon the earth and men do not see it.” The works of the Greek
philosophers Plato, Plotinus, Parmenides, and Heraclitus when seen through the
lens of the perennial teaching point towards the same wisdom. Plotinus teaches that the greatest human endeavor is to guide the human soul towards the supreme
state of perfection and union with the One. The Lakota medicine and holy man Black
Elk said “The first peace, which is the most important, is that which comes
within the souls of men when they realize their relationship, their oneness
with the universe and all its powers. And when they realize that at the center of
the universe dwells Great Spirit and that this Center is really everywhere. It
is within each of us. On the path to awakening unless we are
in Samadhi there are always two polarities, two
doorways one can enter. Two dimensions: one towards pure consciousness the other
towards the phenomenal world. The upward current toward the absolute, and the
downward current toward Maya and all that is manifested, both seen and unseen.
The relationship between relative and absolute could be summed up in the
following quote by Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj: “Wisdom is knowing I am nothing,
love is knowing I am everything, and between the two my life moves.” What is born of this union is a new
divine consciousness. Something is born out of the marriage or union of these
polarities or the collapse of dualistic identification, yet what is born is not a
thing and it was never born. Consciousness flowers creating something
new, creating what you could call a perennial Trinity. God the Father, the transcendent,
unknowable and changeless, is united with the Divine Feminine, which is everything
that changes. This union brings about an alchemical transformation; a kind of
death and rebirth. In the Vedic teachings the divine union
is represented by two fundamental forces Shiva and Shakti. The names and faces of
the various gods change throughout history but their fundamental attributes
remain. What is born out of this union is a new divine consciousness, a new way of
being in the world. Two polarities inseparably one. A universal energy that
is without center, free of limitation. It is pure love.
There’s nothing to be gained or lost because it is utterly empty but
absolutely full. Whether it is the mystery schools of
Mesopotamia, the spiritual traditions of the Babylonians and Assyrians, religions
of ancient Egypt, Nubian and Kemetic cultures of ancient
Africa, the shamanic and native traditions around the world, the
mysticism of ancient Greece, the Gnostics the Non-dualists the Buddhists the
Taoists, Jews, Zoroastrians, Jain’s, Muslims, or Christians one finds that their
common link is their highest spiritual insights have allowed their adherents to
realize Samadhi. The actual word Samadhi means something like to realize the sameness or oneness in all things.
It means Union. It is uniting all aspects of yourself. But do not mistake
intellectual understanding for the actual realization of Samadhi. It is your
stillness, your emptiness that unites all levels of the spiral of life It is through the ancient teaching of
Samadhi that humanity can begin to understand the common source of all
religions and come into alignment once again with the spiral of life, Great
Spirit, Dhamma or the Tao. The spiral is the bridge that extends
from the microcosm to the macrocosm. From your DNA to the inner Lotus of
energy that extends through the chakras, to the spiral arms of galaxies. Every level of soul is expressed through
the spiral as ever-evolving branches, living, exploring.
True Samadhi is realizing the emptiness of all levels of self. All sheaths of the
soul. The spiral is the endless play of duality and the cycle of life and death. At times we forget our connection to the
source. The lens we look through is very small
and we identify with being a limited creature creeping upon the Earth, only to
once again complete the journey back to the source; to the center that is everywhere. Chuang Tzu said “When there is no more
separation between this and that, it is called the still point of the Tao. At the
still point in the center of the spiral one can see the infinite in all things.” The ancient mantra “om mani padme hum” has a poetic meaning. One awakens or realizes the jewel within the lotus. Your
true nature awakens within the soul, within the world AS the world. Using the Hermetic principle “As above so
below, as below so above”, we can use analogies to begin to understand the
relationship between mind and stillness, relative and absolute. A way to begin to grasp the
non-conceptual nature of Samadhi is to use the analogy of the black hole. A black hole is traditionally described
as a region of space with a massive gravitational field so powerful that no
light or matter can escape. New theories postulate that all objects from the
tiniest microscopic particles to macrocosmic formations like galaxies
have a black hole or mysterious singularity at their center. In this
analogy we’re going to use this new definition of a black hole as “the center
that is everywhere”. In Zen there are many poems and koans
that bring us face to face with the gateless gate. One must pass the gateless
gate to realize Samadhi. An event horizon is a boundary in
space-time beyond which events cannot affect an outside observer, which means
that whatever is happening beyond the event horizon is unknowable to you. You
could say that the event horizon of a black hole is analogous to the gateless
gate. It is the threshold between the self and no self. There is no “me” that
passes the event horizon. In the center of a black hole is the
one-dimensional singularity containing the mass of billions of Suns in an
unimaginably small space. Effectively an infinite mass. Literally a universe in
something infinitesimally smaller than a grain of sand. The singularity is
something unfathomable beyond time and space. According to physics movement is
impossible, the existence of things is impossible.
Whatever it is, it does not belong to the world of perception, yet it cannot be
described as merely stillness. It is beyond stillness and movement. When
you realize the center that is everywhere and nowhere,
duality breaks down, form and emptiness time and the timeless. One could call it a dynamic stillness or
a pregnant emptiness, within the center of absolute darkness. The Taoist teacher
Lao Tse said “Darkness within darkness the gateway to
all understanding.” The writer and comparative mythologist
Joseph Campbell describes a recurring symbol, part of the perennial philosophy
which he calls the Axis Mundi; the central point or the highest mountain.
The pole around which all revolves. The point
where stillness and movement are together. From this Center a mighty
flowering tree is realized. A Bodhi tree that joins all worlds. Just as a Sun gets
sucked into a black hole, when you approach the great reality, your life
starts to revolve around it and you begin to disappear. As you approach the immanent self, it can
be terrifying to the ego structure. The guardians of the gate are there to test
those on their journey. One must be willing to face one’s
greatest fears and at the same time accept one’s inherent power. To bring
light to the unconscious terrors and the hidden beauty within. If your mind is not
moved, if there’s no self reacting, then all phenomena produced by the
unconscious arises and passes away. This is the point in the spiritual journey
where faith is most needed. What do we mean by faith? Faith is not the same as
belief. Belief is accepting something on the level of mind to bring comfort and
assurance. Belief is the mind’s way of labeling or controlling experience. Faith
is actually the opposite. Faith is staying in the place of complete not
knowing, accepting whatever arises from the unconscious. Faith is surrendering to
the pull of the singularity, to the dissolving or dismantling of the self in
order to pass the gateless gate. The evolution and structure of a galaxy
is closely tied to the scale of its black hole just as your evolution is
tied to the presence of the immanent Self, the singularity that is your true
nature. We can’t see the black hole but we can
know about it by the way things move around it, by how it interacts with
physical reality. In the same way we cannot see our true nature. The immanent
self is not a thing, but we can observe enlightened action. As the Zen master
Suzuki said, “There are, strictly speaking, no enlightened people. There is only
enlightened activity.” We can’t see it just as the eye cannot
see itself. We can’t see it because it is that by which seeing is possible. Like
the black hole Samadhi is not nothingness, and neither is it a thing.
It is the collapse of the duality of thing and no thing. There is no gate to
enter the great reality, but there are infinite paths. The paths
the Dharma’s are like an endless spiral with no beginning and no end. No one can
pass the gateless gate. No one’s mind has ever figured out how and none ever will.
No one can pass the gateless gate, so be no one. Samadhi is the pathless path, the golden
key. It is the end of our identification with the self structures that separate
our inner and outer worlds. There are many developmental models
which describe the layers or levels of the self structure. We will use an
example which is very ancient. In the Upanishads, the sheaths which cover the
Atman or soul are called koshas. Each kosha is like a mirror. A layer of the
self structure; a veil or level of maya which distracts us from realizing our
true nature if we are identified with it. Most people see the reflections and
believe that that is who they are. One mirror reflects the animal layer, the
physical body. Another mirror reflects your mind, your thoughts your instincts,
and perceptions. Another your inner energy or prana which you can observe
when you turn inward. Another mirror reflects on the level of the Imaginal
which is the higher mind or wisdom layer, and there are layers of transcendental
or non dual bliss that are experienced as one approaches Samadhi. There are potentially countless mirrors
or aspects of self that one can differentiate, and they are constantly
changing. Most people have yet to discover the
pranic, higher mind, and non dual bliss layers. They don’t even know they exist. These layers are informing your life but
you do not see them. The hidden mirrors actually inform our lives more than the
ones that are visible. They are unseen because for most people
they are not fully illuminated by consciousness. Like Indra’s net of jewels,
the mirrors all reflect each other and the reflections reflect every other
reflection infinitely. A change on one level simultaneously affects all levels. Some of these mirrors may be left in the
shadows unless we are fortunate enough to have a competent guide to help us
shine light upon them. The truth is we don’t know what we don’t know. Now
imagine that you shatter all the mirrors. There’s nothing reflecting you back to
yourself. Where are you? When the mind becomes still the mirrors
cease to reflect. There is no more subject and object. But do not mistake
the primordial state for nothingness or oblivion. The immanent self is not
something but neither is it nothing. The source is not a thing
it is emptiness or stillness itself. It is an emptiness that is the source of
all things. Form is realized as exactly emptiness, emptiness is realized as
exactly form. This source is the great womb of creation, pregnant with all
possibilities. Samadhi is the awakening of impersonal
consciousness. Just as when you are having a dream, upon awakening you
realize that everything in the dream was just in your mind.
Upon realizing Samadhi it is realized that everything in this world is happening
within levels upon levels of energy and consciousness. It is all mirrors within
mirrors, dreams within dreams. The you that you think you are is both the dream
and the dreamer. Whatever we say in this film let it go
don’t capture it with the mind. The soul is dreaming, dreaming the dream of you. The dream is everything that is changing,
but it is possible to realize the changeless. This realization cannot be
understood with the limited individual mind. When we return from Nirvikalpa Samadhi
the mirrors begin to reflect again and it is realized that the world you now
think you are living in is actually you. Not the limited you which is only a
temporary reflection, but you are aware of your true nature as the source of all
that IS. This dawning of higher wisdom, the embryo, “prajna” or gnosis is what is
born out of Samadhi. According to the book of Job Chokhmah or wisdom comes from nothingness. This point of wisdom is both infinitely small and yet encompasses the
whole of being, but it remains incomprehensible until it has given
shape and form in the palace of mirrors, called “binah”, the womb carved out by
higher wisdom which gives shape to the embryonic Spirit of God. [music] “Abwoon d’bashmaya” by Indiajiva The existence of the mirrors or the
minds existence is not a problem. On the contrary, the error or aberration of
human perception is that we identify ourselves with it. This illusion, that we
are the limited self, is Maya. The yogic teachings say that to realize Samadhi
one must observe the meditation object until it disappears until you disappear
into it or it into you. Although the language in the various traditions is
dissimilar at their root they all point towards a cessation of
self-identification and self-centered activity. The Buddha always taught in
negative terms. He taught to investigate directly into the working of the self
structure. He didn’t say what Samadhi was except that it was the end of suffering.
In Advaita Vedanta there’s a term “neti neti” which means “not this not that.”
People on the path to self-realization inquire into their true nature, or the
nature of Brahman by first discovering what they are not. Similarly in Christianity St. Teresa of
Avila described an approach to prayer based on the negative path, or via
negativa. A prayer of quiet, surrender and union, which is the only way to approach
the absolute. Through this gradual process of
stripping away one drops anything that is not permanent, anything that is
changing. The mind the ego construct and all phenomena, including the hidden
layers of self. The unconscious must become transparent in order to reflect
the one source. If there is some deep knowing or some self operating in the
unconscious then our lives remain locked into a labyrinth of hidden patterns that
comprise the undiscovered self. When all layers of self are revealed as
empty then one becomes free from the self. Free from all concepts A turning point in your evolution is
when you realize you don’t know who you are. Who experiences the breath?
Who experiences the taste? Who experiences the chant, the ritual, the
dance, the mountain? Witness the witness, observed the observer. At first when you observe the observer
you will only see the false self, but if you are persistent it will give way. Inquire directly into who or what
experiences. Unblinkingly, piercingly, penetratingly,
with the full force of your being. [music] “Gate, Gate, paragate. Parasum gate, bodhisvaha.” (Meaning: gone, gone, far beyond, completely beyond the awakened source IS) – Untranslated subtitle – There is no self that awakens. There is
no YOU that awakens. What you are awakening from is the illusion of the
separate self. From the dream of a limited “you”. To talk about it is
meaningless. There must be an actual cessation of the
self to realize directly what it is, and once it is realized there is nothing
that can be said about it. As soon as you say something you are back in the mind. I
have already said too much. We normally have three states of
consciousness: waking, dreaming, and deep sleep. Samadhi is sometimes referred to
as the fourth state, the ground state of consciousness. A primordial awakeness
that can become present continuously and in parallel with the other consciousness
states. In Vedanta this is called Turiya Other terms for Turiya are Christ
consciousness, Krishna consciousness, Buddha nature or Sahaja Samadhi. In
Sahaja Samadhi the immanent Self stays present along with the full use of all
human functions. The stillness is unmoving at the center of the spiral of
changing phenomena. Thoughts, feelings, sensations and energy
revolve around it at the circumference but the degree of stillness or I-am-ness
remains during outer activity exactly as in meditation. It is possible that the
immanent self will remain present even during deep sleep; that your awareness of
I am does not come and go even as states of consciousness change. This is yogic sleep. In the Song of Songs, or the Song of
Solomon from the Hebrew Bible or Old Testament, it reads “I sleep but my heart
waketh”. This realization of the eternal impersonal consciousness is reflected in
the words of Christ when he said “Before Abraham was, I AM.” One consciousness that shines through
countless faces, countless forms. At first it’s like a fragile flame born
out of the polarities within you. Masculine penetrating consciousness with
a surrender or opening of feminine energy. It is delicate, and easily lost,
and one must take great care to protect it and keep it alive until it is mature. Samadhi is simultaneously a timeless
state of consciousness and a stage in an unfolding development process. Something organic and growing in time. As one spends more and more time in
Samadhi, in the now, in the timeless, one takes more and more direction from the heart, the soul or Atman, and less from the conditioned structure. This is how one becomes free of the
lower mind. Free of pathological thinking. The inner wiring changes. Energy no
longer flows unconsciously in the old conditioned structures, which is another
way of saying one is no longer identified with the self structure, with
the outer world of form. To realize Samadhi requires an effort so
great that it becomes a total surrender of oneself, and a surrender so
encompassing that it is a complete effort of one’s being; all of one’s
energy. It is a balance of effort and surrender, yin and yang. A sort of effortless effort. The Indian mystic and yogi Paramahamsa
Ramakrishna said “do not seek illumination unless you seek it as one
whose hair is on fire seeks a pond” You seek it with your whole being. During one’s ego transcending practice
it takes great courage, vigilance and perseverance to keep the embryo alive. To
not fall back into the patterns of the world. It takes a willingness to go
against the current, against the inexorable crush of the matrix, and the
grinding wheels of samsara. Every breath every thought, every action must be for
realizing the Source. Samadhi is not realized by effort nor is it effortless.
Let go of effort and non effort; it’s a duality that only exists in the mind. The
actual realization of Samadhi is so simple so undifferentiated that it is
always misconstrued through language which is inherently dualistic. There is
only one primordial consciousness that awakens as the world but it has been
obscured by many layers of mind. Like the Sun hidden behind the clouds as each
layer of mind is dropped one’s essence is revealed. As each layer of mind is dropped, people
call it a different Samadhi. They give names to different experiences or
different types of phenomena but Samadhi is so simple that when you
are told what it is and how to realize it your mind will always miss it. Actually Samadhi is not simple or
difficult; it is only the mind that makes it so. When there is no mind
there’s no problem, because the mind is what needs to stop before it is realized.
It is not a happening at all. The most concise teaching of Samadhi is
perhaps found in this phrase: “Be still and know.” How can we use words and images to
convey stillness? How can we convey silence by making noise? Rather than
talking about Samadhi as an intellectual concept, this film is a radical call to
inaction. A call to meditation, inner silence and inner prayer. A call to STOP. Stop everything that is driven by the
pathological egoic mind. Be still and know. No one can tell you what will emerge
from the stillness. It is a call to act from the spiritual
heart. It’s like remembering something ancient.
The soul wakes up and remembers itself. It has been a sleeping passenger but now
the emptiness awakens and realizes itself as all things. You can’t imagine what Samadhi is with
the limited egoic mind just as you can’t describe to a blind person what color is.
Your mind can’t know. It can’t manufacture it. To realize Samadhi is to
see in a different way, not to see separate things but to recognize the
seer. St. Francis of Assisi said “what you are
looking for is what is looking.” Once you have seen the moon you can recognize it
in every reflection. The true self has always been there, it is in everything,
but you have not realized its presence. When you learn to recognize and abide as
the true self beyond the mind and senses it is possible to experience awe at the
most mundane. We become AWE. Do not try to be free of desires because
wanting to be free of desires is a desire. You can’t try to be still because
your very effort is movement. Realize the stillness that is always
already present. Be the stillness and know When all preferences are dropped the
source will be revealed, but do not cling even to the source. The great reality, Tao
is not one not two. Ramana Maharshi said “The self is only one. If it is limited it
is the ego, if unlimited it is infinite and the great reality.”
If you believe what is being said you’ve missed it. If you disbelieve you’ve also missed it.
Belief and disbelief operate on the level of mind. They require a knowing, but
if you enter into your own investigation examining all of the aspects of your own
being, finding out who is doing the investigating, if you’re willing to live
by the principle “not my will but higher will be done,” if you’re willing to travel
beyond all-knowing then you may realize what I’ve attempted to point towards.
Only then will you taste for yourself the profound mystery and beauty of
simply existing. There is another possibility for life.
There is something sacred, unfathomable that can be discovered in the still
depths of your being, beyond concepts, beyond dogmas, beyond conditioned
activity and all preferences. It is not acquired by techniques, rituals or
practices. There is no “how” to get it. There’s no system.
There’s no way to The Way. As they say in Zen it is discovering your original face
before you were born. It is not about adding more to yourself. It is becoming a
light unto oneself; a light that dispels the illusion of the self. Life will
always remain unfulfilled and the heart will always remain
restless until it comes to rest in that mystery beyond name and form. [music] Om Shreem Lakshmi

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  1. Great Stuff! I now understand how to create the free energy devices that Nikola Tesla Discovered which will give even poor nations unlimited energy to desalinate water for elimination of desertification to save the earth and all of humanity. Before this I thought it was Impossible!

  2. Nice compilation of ideas, good visualizations and music, however, there are a contradictions in this movie. Some ideas suggest to go with the flow of life and to not fight the oppressor (which is a recipe to be a lifelong slave and to fund a slavery to future generations), and the other times there is suggestion to go against the current. Also, in the beginning of the first part you say that all religions and their philosophies are traps, but later on you quote religious philosophies en the second part of the movie ends with texts of totally god-like beliefs.

  3. 感謝翻譯成中文, 播音員以平靜緩和的語調闡述覺性, 令人想往修行證空性的境界

  4. Glorious offering, filled with truth and love. Thank you Daniel. (One small bit of feedback: given the profundity of Sanskrit and the Vedic teachings, it would behoove you to pronounce Samadhi correctly, and other Sanskrit words. I must say, I found it grating to the ears to hear the word Samadhi pronounced without the long "ah". http://www.sanskritsounds.com/about-sanskrit/46/index.html.

  5. All these years of sweat and toil. Reading searching learning thinking looking for the answer. And all Ive done was create resistance and place obstacles in front of me. Finally realized that every question I have of God was answered the whole time through synchronicity. Since Ive realized this, I keep a log of synchronicities. Now time and time again I can ask a question, and the answer reveals itself, usually the next day. Funny thing is with all this power of manifestation and understanding the language of God I ask myself what should I do with it. The answer is nothing.

  6. I was just watching this last night while taking a nap and can say I felt the samadhi experience just listening to his voice as I lulled into a half sleep state. It's very possible to do under the right level of hearing/understanding every word he says from start to finish without strain. Though I have done thousands of hours of moving meditation with friends before watching these videos so that may have helped my case, but it is possible for anyone if you can find your center and quiet your ego of noise. ♥

  7. this shit is way too hard why is being asleep easier than being awake if we arnt how we are supposed to be than why are we the way we are … why do we have to work so hard to acheive something we aparently deserve to have

  8. SOUL=GOD=LIGHT=ENERGY=UNIVERSE=INFINITE=SMALLER THAN THE SMALLEST, BIGGER THAN THE BIGGEST=HERE, EVERYWHERE=WE LIVE IN GOD AND MOVE AND HAVE OUR BEING IN LORD=TEACHER……….maybe,many,will,say much..but, you don't know me… I have 35.000 drafts ..am not using youtube,yet………just fb, gmail…will be helping…. be well all, make peace by heart, understanding…………….

  9. There is I humbly feel a great point being made here, BUT I also feel somewhat uneasy by the continuous switching and 'stitching' together of lots of analogies, lots of quotes, lots of abstract sometimes even hypnotic imagery..

    It was quoted I believe –
    Socrates: 'The The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing'

    Yet this video presents itself as knowing so so much, and it's presented as a definitive absolute truth. In the same way ALL religions have grown and operate.

    Me? I simply know very little and find life, the universe etc a mystery.

    Does a black hole with the mass of a billion suns really exist as suggested? I don't know. And no person or YouTube video I sense can change that.

    'Knowing' that comes to one through say meditation, I feel is for them and only them. I feel we each need to receive it (mysterious hidden truths) 'personally' on an individual by individual basis through an epiphany of sorts. We simply can't upload what we believe or say is the absolute truth and expect it to be followed.

    Better to suggest and allow each to find the truth for themselves, via their own personal life's journey.

    Forgive my thoughts. They are mere thoughts and not to be taken as fact.

    Still, I found the video very interesting and calming.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Peace

  10. i,m really enjoying this series, its amazing we are all love but don't know it……I can describe that stillness as all that is and what ever can be. Its the stillness and nothingness of the mind that makes you think that everything's possible

  11. It’s all so amazing to me. What really left me with goosebumps all over is the part about all the different religions/belief systems. No one is better than the other. No one is right or wrong. They are all part of the same thing. The same bigger picture. That realization just…wow

  12. Thank you for both these videos, they were amazing, I must say way above my understanding and know that is my mind talking. I am left bewildered.

  13. Wonderful thank you, thank you such a deep experience of the Divine so much Shakti. Be still and know that I am God indeed I Am that I Am

  14. The information in this video is so profound and illuminating that it is turning me inside out. I have taken such a deep dive into myself I just want to keep diving. 🙌🤸🏻‍♀️🏊‍♀️🌚

    One of the most enriching videos so much appreciation for the content! Thank you so much 😊

  15. Jesus is the center of all things , God is over infinity and has dominion over it , for his harm stretches far more that that forever

  16. The first part was kinda dark. The "egoic" world has its faults but also its treasures, glories, joys, and loves. Yes, these can be appreciated better from pure Being's mountaintop but the journey, it-self (egoic identity as "part"), is worth-while (time).

  17. I was there, currently struggling to get back. It completely transformed my value chart or it is still transforming. I´m begining to understand that there is nothing else I can settle with. It will come a day that I will kill my ego for good, but still so many attachments…

  18. I really like the narrator's voice in these videos. Besides being incredibly valuable info, he's so easy to listen to! Thank you!

  19. This is one of the best days of my life. Thank you for the Enlightenment. This video helped me arrange the scattered blocks in my head into a wall.

  20. Turkish 🇹🇷 subtitles please. After 21:00 is Google translation, it is useless! For these life changing videos thank you very much. 🙏

  21. I do not profess to understand all that has been said and yet I identify with knowing the unknowable and again I am left with nothingness. If I were to attempt to convey this to anyone I would be labelled as certifiable. And I'm good with that because I would not attempt to convey what I do not understand. Mine is a troubled soul who no longer identifies with the world pool. I do appreciate the infinitesimal depiction of the inner self. My attempts to conceptualize the wisdom of the ages leaves me spellbound by my many years of perceptions that bind me to see only the existential by which I am accustomed to making sense of the world around me. Though I have been living shuttered in my humble abode I do spend too much time navel-gazing to no avail. I had a spouse, I have children who are estranged. Where it not for the medium of viewing topics of interest purely as a means of passing time and interest in seeking topics that enlighten. My diagnosed mental illnesses are the views of the many who believe they know this mind of mind. I do not deny that all is not well, then again the pharmaceuticals see to it that the fog remains thick enough to discard anything I may glean from videos such as these. RHP

  22. Shame about the black hole and singularity mainstream science misinformation, otherwise a beautiful and hopefully enlightening pair of movies.

  23. Nothing can be more beautiful on YouTube than this….everything music words voice pictures and wisdom in it is perfect so divinely…❤

  24. 🙏🕊❤️☀️🕉✡️✝️🔯☯️⚛️🌈Change your thoughts, change your perception.
    Wayne Dyer.

    If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite ♾
    William Blake.

    If you wish to understand the Universe, think in terms of:
    #Energy#Frequency#Vibrations.
    Nikola Tesla.

  25. Thank you for this amazing work! When I was watching this movie I was kind of relaxed and watching it with all of my being. I was so much into it, that all of my body was vibrating and kind of agreeing with what you are telling in the movie. Almost tears running down the cheeks and so much love flowing into me.
    Thanks, Dan and Tanya for this amazing movie and the amazing work, what you’re doing! It’s such a blessing for the world!
    I would love to speak to you some day in person and hopefully that will become true, even thought I’m from Europe! 🙂

  26. 22:44 🙏🏼❣️🙏🏼 part of the answer and undertanding, this morning of the new moon, after the black moon, 01/08/2019

  27. Are you reading my mind?look at the end of the day with them allways and forevermore they shall be able to do more things than a tool could never do. Time is presided as one but separate the people's choice for survivable co_operations in life. I don't think of things that distracts me and we all see things in pollitacks tjat evokes hate feer of changes that is reviled and yes truthful man that is fearless that the powers they have is your power they draw apon .

  28. 46:28 wrong because by witness the witness you are again creating duality within yourself…now there are 2 beings the one witnessing and the one being witnessed….this way you can never know thyself because you can't witness yourself you can only know thy self guys please read Jay Krishna murtis books about thought and thinking you will see that what iam saying is right it's his words…this video is correct in 97% in the things it's talking…but there are some very very slight errors please read j Krishna murtis books what is thinking and more of them you don't have to understand the observer because you are the observer my friend you just have to understand yourself your thought process your mind your desires all that the true self of you will be automatically revealed to yourself….beacuse when you understand something you get above then the problem or anything

  29. Can you even begin to imagine a world where we all realized this? Mind boggling…. or its not:-) So much potential for peace… but let it go:-)

  30. Know what is "speak thinking" and you have the instant stillness of mind. It is a walking talking stillness of the mind to have any time of the day. Cross-legged meditation is an extension of "speak thinking".

  31. He spends the entire film talking exclusively about Indian/Hindu/Chinese/eastern philosophy, mythology, concepts and ideas described and explained in exclusively Indian words and translated ideas and then piggy backs onto it the barbaric abrhamaic religions, islam. christinaty, judasim lmao which these western barbarian relgions don't accommodate any idea that is "Samadhi" into them. It's bullshit that he does this, if "all religions are pointing to the same place" then why does he fail to give us any examples and ideas or philosophy from Islam, Christianity or judasim? and repeatedly relies on Indian/eastern philosophy to explain the ideas? The best he can do is "say their names" and then goes back to talking exclusively about Hindu philosophy and concepts which don't even exist in western mans religion OR language, which is why needs an entire sentence in english just to try to "best explain" (and still fails) that which is a SINGLE WORD in Sanskrit. I understand what he is trying to do, but they don't deserve it.

    Everything that is wrong and backwards in the world can be traced back to the abrahemic relgions and western mans "thinking" which is inherently cruel and is so completely unaligned with earth nature and any other organism on the planet, like a plague or virus that came from outside earth. Christianity started of as a mystery cult in Rome, it is not aligned with earth nature in the slightest, it is pure western man, man made engineered brainwashing mass mind control "spell" all 3 Abrahamic relgions do not align or follow the patterns of the natural earth .

  32. Watching this film makes me realize how far we have been from the truth. How deep we are sleeping in the matrix and or how intense we are entertained in the outer world that we cannot escape our own demons.

  33. Visuals ,.. Exquisite! Wisdom,..Timeless. What a beautiful time to live in to have all this deep understanding right at our fingertips. from one space faring dreamer to the All The Awakening …
    Most Excellent!

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