He and She ~ The Birth of Gender

The Divine Dyad Instant recap: Deuce accepted the otherness of Unam, who told him about the glory of the supernal realm. He said that the gateway to it is death, but Deuce rejected this, convinced that death is the end. They agreed to an experiment in which Unam would try to share his divine beatitude…

Spiritual Practice ~ Mine, Thine, and Ours

by Joseph Rex Kerrick I’ve gotten some requests to recommend spiritual practices, and to tell about my own. I’ll start at step one on the journey of a thousand light-years: here’s a beginner’s-stage How to Meditate. A second essential practice is breath-control. Here’s another meditation tutorial, this one highlighting breathing technique: Ananda: Learn to Meditate…

Heroic Devotion

We’ve discussed spiritual surrender in a number of spiels (see links below), and found it to be the key to enlightenment, personal fulfillment, and collective regeneration. We even learned that it made the difference in the outcome of World War II. With all this, some people still bristle at the notion on the grounds that…

The Payoff

Connecting to the Source 2. The Payoff If you like the thrust of the message here, the payoff is for YOU to connect with Spirit and reap the Supernal bounty. The message is not intended for everyone, and the big question expected from those in the target audience is: how can we be sure it’s…

Connecting to the Source

1. Spirit: The Inside Track It’s possible to tap into an inexhaustible source of vital energy, a veritable fount of life. The power that flows from this source is not only invigorating to body and soul, but is a strangely magnetized attractor of good fortune and unexpected blessings. People who find a way to connect…

Total Surrender

The Sublime Surrender of Herman Hesse 3. Total Surrender The concluding sequence of Klein and Wagner is a climactic spiritual experience of Supernal degree. One of its features is a high indifference to all the positive and negative opposites of existence. As he slowly sinks drowning, Klein realizes that it wasn’t necessary after all to…