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I find my strongest desire is to create a monument, to build something which will outlast me

Questioner: When I look into myself, I find my strongest desire is to create a monument, to build something which will outlast me. Even when I think of a home, wife and child, it is because it is a lasting, solid, testimony to myself. 528 more words

Advaita

Why does Isis have Horns?

Part 7 in the ‘Mysteries of Isis’ –
Some early writings on Isis, from my “Arcanum Two”: 

25 September 1991 – The symbol for Taurus the Bull, ruled by Venus, is a circle crowned with a crescent – a pair of horns.   2,867 more words

Kabbalahsociety

How can I make my mind steady?

Questioner: As a child fairly often I experienced states of complete happiness, verging on ecstasy: later, they ceased, but since I came to India they reappeared, particularly after I met you. 270 more words

Advaita

Yoga v Self-Enquiry

In the last few weeks I’ve been reading a book called “Be As You Are – The Teachings Of Ramana Maharshi”. It’s a very interesting book; although a bit difficult to grasp at times. 570 more words

From The Heart

Vedanta and Quantum physics ll

I don’t mean to dismiss quantum physics, for its findings have applicability in terms of the apparent reality. Nor do I mean to disregard the relevance of understanding the non-dual nature of reality, for certainly non-dual vision provides the foundation for self-knowledge, which is the goal of Vedantic self-inquiry. 273 more words

Non-duality

sure that I am

The ‘I’ that exists may or may not be some kind of entity. ‘I’ may be some absolute, space-like presence or pure awareness. I have no idea what this ‘I’ is. 7 more words

Advaita

There is always something new to see.

The other day I drove to my home town in country Victoria as I have done for about 30 years. I was in my new car so was noticing a slightly different experience from the many times I have driven up that road before. 229 more words