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The state of enlightenment is invisible

Posted on June 4, 2015 at 3:40 AM Comments comments (0)

"It is rewarding to give up the attachment to the glamour of ‘being spiritual’, ‘holy’, or ‘special’.

Truth has no trappings.

Many false teachers indulge in theatrical self-presentations that are merely lures and self-gratifications of being ‘special’.

The Absolute Reality of Enlightenment is complete and total.

It has no role or function to fulfill, no purpose to serve, and no rituals to perform.

The condition is anonymous and without name or title.

If asked, it states the truth of what it is to the degree that such a condition can be verbalized. The state of enlightenment is invisible, and the truly enlightened pass about unnoticed in ordinary life

. Neither is there anything about which to be humble or prideful. The field of consciousness of the state of enlightenment is a nonpersonal emanation radiating from the essence of the state, and what the world considers remarkable is merely ordinary to the Self.

The ego, or more accurately, the belief that one is the ego, obscures the Realization of the Reality of the Self as the Oneness of All That Is. The dissolution of the ego results in liberation from the bondage of the illusions that create suffering. These illusions are susceptible to fearless scrutiny that reveals the underlying fallacies. The only tool needed is the willingness to unreservedly surrender all beliefs, opinions, and attitudes to God.

To surrender what one thinks they are to God does not leave one as ‘nothing’, but quite the contrary. It leads to the discovery that one is everything. Every identification is a limitation. Upon examination, every ‘am’ turns out to be merely a ‘doing’. Even the belief that one’s true self is an ‘is’ or an ‘am-ness’ is an illusion.

If all actions are taking place spontaneously and not being caused by an inner doer, then the emergence of the ego is a spontaneous and impersonal phenomenon.

Like any other expression of life, the belief in the independent, self-existent, autonomous ‘I’ arose of its own—unasked, unwilled, unchosen, unbidden, and impersonal.

Even one’s name was chosen by circumstances. It is an arbitrary, nominal designation for purposes of identification, like a license plate on a car. It is well to disidentify with that name.

To adopt a new spiritual name is to merely perpetuate the illusion and give it a holier implication (which is probably more of an ego trap than being content with one’s name as Tom or Betty). To identify with a personal name is a limitation. The family name also signifies attachments to subtle identifications. Reality has no name; it is merely a linguistic designation for purposes of communication, similar to the term ‘God’.

Any self-designation or description is illusory. Even the statement “to be enlightened” is misleading and not a reality. The state is beyond ‘being’ anything and there is no one to ‘be’ that condition."

From: “I: Reality and Subjectivity” (2003), Chapter 22: Applications, pp. 384–385

There is only Existence

Posted on May 22, 2015 at 2:00 PM Comments comments (0)

"There is only Existence. Existence requires no cause, and to think as much is to create a fallacy of logic. By Existence, we mean discernible through observation, and it imputes a hypothetical change of conditions from nonexistence to existent.

However, that which is always was in its completeness beyond all time; looking for a primary cause is an artifact of mentation that arises along with the concepts of time and space.

Beyond time and space, there are no events, no beginnings, and no endings which are beyond the categories of human thought or reason." -- David R. Hawkins MD, Ph.D

'The Eye of the I" last paragraph of Chapter 7

w= world of the ego is like a house of mirrors

Posted on April 27, 2015 at 1:25 PM Comments comments (1)

The world of the ego is like a house of mirrors through which the ego wanders, lost and confused, as it chases the images in one mirror after another.

Human life is characterized by endless trials and errors to escape the maze.

At times, for many people (and possibly for most), the world of mirrors becomes a house of horrors that gets worse and worse.

The only way out of the circuitous wanderings is through the pursuit of spiritual truth.

t =truth stands everywhere revealed

Posted on April 23, 2015 at 1:50 AM

All avenues of questioning lead to the same ultimate answer. The discovery that nothing is hidden and truth stands everywhere revealed is the key to enlightenment about the simplest practical affairs and the destiny of mankind. In the process of examining our everyday lives, we can find that all our fears have been based on falsehood. The displacement of the false by the true is the essence of the healing of all things visible and invisible.


Along the Path to Enlightenment- D Hawkins

S-Spiritual Development :Silence

Posted on April 22, 2015 at 1:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Spiritual development is not an accomplishment but a way of life.

It is an orientation that brings its own rewards, and what is important is the direction of one’s motives.


Along the Path to Enlightenment (p. 7).

 S is also for Surrender and Sacrifice.


These are arbitrary terms that presume that one is looking at spiritual principles from the viewpoint of the ego’s vested interests and justifications for negativity. To the ego, spiritual principles represent a possible loss of positionality, but from the viewpoint of spirit, they are gains.


The primary surrenders and sacrifices have to do with the substitution of humility for vanity. In actual practice, one merely relinquishes the vanities of opinionating and judgmentalism. The letting go of positionalities undoes the limitation of the ‘error of the polarity of the opposites’, which is the dualistic consequence of perception.


The Eye of the I from Which Nothing is Hidden .P~102

q-qualities for a spiritual seeker

Posted on April 20, 2015 at 3:05 AM Comments comments (0)

Accept that the concept of "the fear of God" is ignorance. God is peace and love, and nothing else.


From: “I: Reality and Subjectivity” (2003), Chapter 6: Realization, p. 108


Q: What are the most valuable qualities for a spiritual seeker?

A: Start with certainty and a feeling of security instead of self-doubt or timidity.

Accept without reservation that you are worthy of the quest and be resolved to totally surrender to the truth about God.

The facts that are to be unreservedly accepted are simple and very powerful.

Surrendering to them brings enormous spiritual advancement.


1. The living proof of God’s love and will for you is the gift of your own existence.


2. Do not compare yourself with others regarding ‘holiness’, merit, goodness, deservingness, sinlessness, etc.

These are all human notions, and God is not limited by human notions.


3. Accept that the concept of ‘the fear of God’ is ignorance. God is peace and love and nothing else.


4. Realize that the depiction of God as a ‘judge’ is a delusion of the ego that arises as a projection of guilt from the punishment of childhood.

Realize that God is not a parent.


5. Christ’s teaching was essentially and simply to avoid the negativity (calibrated levels below 200), and the goal of his teaching was for his followers to reach Unconditional Love (calibration level of 540).

He knew that once the level of Unconditional Love was reached, the soul’s destiny after death was certain and the soul was safe.

This is essentially the same conclusion that is taught by the world’s great religions, such as Lotus Land Buddhism.


6. Realize that salvation and enlightenment are somewhat different goals.

Salvation requires purification of the ego; enlightenment requires its total dissolution.

The goal of enlightenment is more demanding and radical.


7. Clarify that it is not a personal ‘you’ who is seeking enlightenment but an impersonal quality of consciousness that is the motivator.

Spiritual inspiration and dedication carry forth the work.


8. Comfort replaces insecurity when one realizes that the most important goal has already been accomplished.

That goal is to be on the road of spiritual dedication.

Spiritual development is not an accomplishment but a way of life.

It is an orientation that brings its own rewards, and what is important is the direction of one’s motives.


9. Appreciate that every step forward benefits everyone.

One’s spiritual dedication and work is a gift to life and the love of mankind.


10. There is no timetable or prescribed route to God.

Although each person’s route is unique, the terrain to be covered is relatively common to all. The work is to surmount and transcend the common human failings that are inherent in the structure of the human ego.

One would like to think that they are personal; however, the ego itself is not personal.

It was inherited along with becoming a human being.

Details differ based on past karma.


11. Intense prayer augments dedication and inspiration and facilitates progress.


12. The Grace of God is available to all.

Historically, the ‘Grace of the Sage’ is available to the committed spiritual seeker….


From: “I: Reality and Subjectivity” (2003), Chapter 6: Realization, pp.108–110

P =The Presence

Posted on April 16, 2015 at 11:35 AM Comments comments (0)


The Presence is silent and conveys a state of peace.

It's infinitely gentle and yet like a rock.

With it, all fear disappears, and spiritual joy occurs on a quiet level of inexplicable ecstasy.

Because the experience of time stops, there's no apprehension, regret, pain, or anticipation the source of joy is unending and ever-present.

With no beginning or ending, there can be no loss, grief, or desire--and nothing needs to be done, for everything is already perfect and complete.

When time stops, all problems disappear, for they are merely artifacts of a point of perception.

As the Presence prevails, there is no further identification with the body or mind.

When the mind grows silent, the thought I am also disappears, and Pure Awareness shines forth to illuminate what one is, was, and always will be, beyond all worlds and all universes--infinite and beyond time.

People wonder, how does one reach this state of awareness?

I can only share my own experience with you, and note that few follow the steps, because they're so simple. First, the desire to reach that state was intense.

Then came the discipline to act with constant and universal forgiveness and gentleness, without exception. One has to be compassionate toward EVERYTHING, including one's own self and thoughts

. Next came a willingness to hold desires in abeyance and surrender personal will at every moment.

As each thought, feeling, longing, or deed was surrendered to God, the mind became increasingly silent

. At first, I turned over entire stories and paragraphs in my mind, then ideas and concepts.

As one lets go of the desire to own these thoughts, they no longer reach such elaboration, and begin to fragment while only half-formed. finally, it was possible to turn over the energy behind thought itself, before it even became thought.

The task of constant and unrelenting fixity of focus-allowing not even a moment of distraction from meditation-continued while doing ordinary activities.

At first, this seemed very difficult, but as time went on, it became habitual, automatic, and effortless.

The process is like a rocket leaving Earth:

At first, it requires enormous power, then less and less as it leaves the earth's gravitational field; and finally, it moves through space under its own momentum.

Suddenly, without warning, a shift in awareness occurred, and the Presence was there, unmistakable all-encompassing.

There were a few moments of apprehension as the self died, and then the absoluteness of the Presence inspired a flash of awe.

This breakthrough was spectacular, more intense than anything previously known--it has no counterpart in ordinary experience.

The profound shock entailed is cushioned by the Love of the Presence.

Without the support and protection of that Love, one would be annihilated.

A moment of terror followed as the ego clung to its existence, fearing it would become nothingness.

Instead, as it died, it was replaced by the Self as Everything-ness, the All in which everything is known and obvious in its perfect expression of its own essence

. With non-locality came the awareness that one is all that ever was or can be. One is total and complete, byond all identities, gender, or even humanness itself.

One need never again fear suffering and death.


~excerpt from "Power vs Force" by Dr. David R. Hawkins, M.D.,PhD

G-goal of enlightenment

Posted on April 8, 2015 at 11:10 AM Comments comments (1)

The goal of society in general is to succeed in the world, whereas the goal of enlightenment is to transcend beyond it.

David Hawkins says only a small % of the population hear about enlightnment and an even smaller population make it their overarching intention

E -Enlightenment

Posted on April 6, 2015 at 2:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Q: Where does one begin the search for spiritual truth and selfrealization called enlightenment?

A: It is simple. Begin with who and what you are. All truth is found within. Use verified teachings as a guide.


Along the Path to Enlightenment

B -become loving

Posted on April 2, 2015 at 3:50 AM Comments comments (0)

Fears are eliminated by graceful acceptance of the qualities inherent in the human condition, which brings to awareness the comforting realization that one’s discomforts are shared equally by all.

This results in a healing compassion toward all life.

To become loving brings an end to the fear of loss of love, for lovingness engenders love wherever it goes.


Along the Path to Enlightenment