Satsang and Shiva Consciousness Transmission (Saturday , May 25, 8am EST)
The Lotus represents the Divine Purity of Enlightenment and the formless nature of all phenomena. The White Lotus also represents the perfection of the Light Body in the plane beyond material creation. The Shiva Consciousness and Lotus Transmission with be mostly conducted in silence and is open to the public.
Speed up your progress towards the Light Body and Enlightenment.
Install the energy of Sadashiva into your system.
Initiation into a preparatory Atma Shiva Yoga meditation.
Secure the purity of the White Lotus within your soul.
Connect you to the White Lotus Dimension beyond material creation, what in Hinduism, they call the Brahman, or Ultimate Reality.
Remove physical, mental, energetic and spiritual blockages preventing you from realizing enlightenment and achieving your goals and desires.
Restore your connection to Divine
Remove all negative energy from your system.
Allow you to intuit the mysteries of the Brahman.
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Secrets of the Gold Light Sutra
(Sunday, Feb 18th, 9am EST)
The Gold Light Sutra (also know as the The Sovereign King of Sutras, the Sublime Golden Light) is a mystical Mahayana Buddhist Sutra that unveils the mysteries of the true Heart and the secret of the mysterious “center”, the primordial golden light at the center of all beings. This discourse on the Gold Light Sutra will address the following:
What is the relationship between Enlightenment and the Light Body?
What is the true Heart and how does it relate to the Vajra, the thunderbolt?
What is the significance of “Golden Light”, why does the sutra emphasize “gold” as the primordial nature of all enlightened buddhas and sages?
Why the emphasis on the Heart, and how does it relate to the crown chakra?
Is the Buddha really talking about stillness meditation, or is stillness a reference to something else entirely? What is the real nature of emptiness?