Daniel L. wrote:
Thank you dear pure soul ! I appreciated your speech of august on the divine principle a lot, because I feel myself strange these days. I spent a lot of times, these last for months, attempting to find children who have been taken, who have disappeared in France, without being discovered after, and I didn’t succeed finding them, because my psychic abilities are not still perfect and also because the police department is not able to investigate inside private houses without being planed by the judges. I have given to them some different places where children could be held, but they could not go into these places because the judge has not given to them the authorization. So, I stopped my research (using Google Earth with my energetic abilities) a few days ago. If you have an idea, an advice which could help me to find a new way of research, I’ll be very happy to hear or read about it.
Thank you very much.
Durgananda Saraswati wrote:
so nice to hear from you. I completely understand your “frustration”. I have had similar frictions manifesting in different forms with my own projects. Hence my recent “silent break”….
We have now moved into a temple in Amritsar, and I am working on several projects here…
Including (but not limited to):
The book for ACE and Limitless Community, getting the 501c3 status so that we can receive grant funding for our activities, updating the websites and raising awareness about our missions and programs via our web presence, and we are currently in the middle of building 9 rooms upstairs here in the temple so that we can house groups here in India.
I am also working on my husband’s visa for the USA and planning a tour there for 2018 to strengthen our relationships with organizations and students.
As for your new way of research…. What I have understood in this past year is that the corruption runs much MUCH deeper than we are able to see while living in the west. Although we hear about it and are aware of it, it is much different than actually experiencing it first-hand. Therefore, I have understood that trying to combat these issues in a direct way is impossible.
In fact, everyone knows who is doing the corruptions, and the reason that they are not being caught is because it is the governments and leaders themselves that are involved in the corruption.
Bribes are happening at all levels, and where there is honesty there is typically not the power or authorization or money required to make a change.
In fact, the only way that I see to as a practical solution is to become strong enough in both manpower and wealth that we can build a sizable army to overthrow the current governments and offer bigger bribes to stop the corruption.
That is a grandiose idea indeed, and probably not realistic.
But assuming that there is an ounce of possibility that this could happen, as I mentioned before, I am trying to write the books, gather the students and members and affiliated organizations, and get the grant funding for our projects.
Plan B is simply to carry the torch that lights the path and be a sanctuary for those that are ready to exit the corrupt system…. and this we are doing as a natural and inherent quality of our existence.
Down the line when we have more funding for the research institute, we can fund projects that can provide supporting evidence for the reality of the existence of siddhis such as telepathy, remote viewing, etcetera.
Of course there are rumors that agencies such as DARPA and the CIA are already aware of and are using these capabilities, but working for them poses challenges such as compromising our end goal of peace (as they are reported to typically be using them for war and power over nations), as well as developing the trust that we would have the security clearance to be admitted to these projects.
On a final note, I have on several occasions thought about working with a company called Palantir as they appear to have the resources, the environment, and the ethic required to collaborate with us on our projects.
I have even been contacted by their recruiters twice for employment, but have not made it past the second phone interview on both occasions.
Perhaps after publishing my book(s) I will be able to open up a more concrete dialogue with them.
I urge you to check them out at https://www.palantir.com/
Palantir builds software that connects data, technologies, humans and environments.
Best, and again: great to hear from you. We are in this together.
If that is my job, then I should be able to tell people what my profession is. If I choose that path as mine, then is it not a lesser crime to be able to talk about what one does for a living than to be silent about it because some doctrine says that I should be humble?
The act of being consistent with a principal because it is labeled as “good”, or from a mindset that “defying it implies threatening honor and integrity” is an action inherently rooted in ego itself. Although this practice certainly can promote spiritual growth, as it is in essence a form of discipline, we eventually want to move past this stage, past the attachment to what is “good” or “bad”. Ultimately, if a belief is the source of motivation and drive for one’s manifestation in this hyper-dimensional existence (and hence one’s expression and speech), then there are undoubtedly going to be limitations on one’s life. A belief system (in this case: the idea that we must be humble at all times and at all costs) that is held as an absolute truth without question is nothing more and nothing less than a construct of the mind in the form of a system of values… a program that runs on a loop in the same way your computer works.
I would argue that in this case it is absolutely not egotistical to refer to oneself as a guru, if in fact that is the Truth….
In fact… in the case that this is the Truth, and none other than the Truth, then the ability to see past the social expectation of you to be humble and reserved and to wave the flag of truth despite the fear of being criticized and ostracized for your arrogance is in reality the complete opposite of an act of ego: it is an act of sacrifice and austerity. It is an act of pride to try to make sure that you are appearing humble to all of your onlookers. Swallowing that pride and allowing the Truth to flow freely from your mouth–even and ESPECIALLY if it is regarding yourself–is the ultimate act of humility.
This year I am confirming that my profession is as a Guru of Tantra.
It is who I am. It is who I was born to be. It is the state for which I sacrificed an entire life, education, and material existence to embody. (Read more) A state of being desired… now acquired.
Om. Om Om.
Hari Om Tat Sat.
On Dec 20, 2016, at 2:48 PM, Gaurav wrote:
Need your advice on the following situation. My brother just came out of rehab after 2 months and is in search of spiritual guidance to understand future course of action in life. I think he is missing the aim in the life.
Can you please suggest what can help him in seeking this? Do you advise him to go for any course?
Your advice will be highly appreciable.
I am so sorry to hear about your brother. Unfortunately I have seen countless cases such as this one, and many of them people very very close to me.
What I can say to you is this:
Your brother must be READY for help. There is nothing that will make him transform, absolutely NOTHING, until he has made a firm decision within himself to change.
If he is open to change and enthusiastic about it, certainly my own course is an option. But this will only be suitable for him if he feels an affinity for the types of teachings that I offer, if he is inspired by me personally, and if he is moved by what I offer.
Aside from my own course, any of the energetic traditions of the world will help to transform his energy (Kung Fu, Tai Chi, Shamanism, Taoism, Buddhism, Yoga, Tantra, or something as simple as weight training or kick boxing)… But in the end it comes down to his own WILL.
As you say that your brother is actively in search of spiritual guidance, this is a sign that he is in the process of transformation already. Please let him know about me, and if he would like we can set up a phone session or eventually an on-site course. It is hard for me to give any further advice without speaking to him personally…
Please let me know if you have any other questions. And I wish you the best of luck.
Question from Kamaljeet:
Ok i want to know from you a question’s answer, i m hesitatinh to say you but i know a women guru can gives more right explanation than a man does
No i want to tell you if i had not taken any diksha or connected to any guru these thoughts never ever comes to my mind
One comment from Narsee:
awakaning /self realisation etc etc. in the form of spiritualism, we have to overcome ” these” or instead of spiritualism lets call it as “Spirtlovism “
First I wrote “dirty” instead of “wrong”… and yes, “wrong” is a concept that is below that of cosmic consciousness… however we are speaking on a different level here than that at this moment.
Many people abuse their tantric powers in this way and make others slaves.
Question from Kamaljeet:
Hi Ma’am i am a Sikh and also a devotee of universal mother maa durga. please forgive if my English is not good, but i m trying. mam i have my true faith, gratitude and love from my bottom of heart for my guru and my mother durga. But i m struggling with a kind of problem.on one side i love my guru and my mother durga but in other side i watches pornographic pictures. I m totally confused i dont know how i can deal with both of them in my life,which are totally two different poles of life. I can’t ignore my body’s passion it is infested in me by my god.on other side i can’t ignore my mother kaali or durga or my guru who tells me to watch every women or girl in the form of kaali or durga. then how can i think about any girl or women sexually. I m facing two absolutely opposite problems in one time. I tried many a time earlier not to watch sexuality explict materials and only to follow mother kaali but after some time the body passion in me ,pressuring me to watch those materials again and again. please mam dont take me negative i know it is not right to take suggestions from a women but i m stressed and i m not finding any solution for it.please mam suggest me help me
Yes, you are experiencing a duality of mind. There is a very systematic way to overcome this. As I am not sure of your current state of body, it is hard for me to direct you over chat. I can suggest jyoti tratak if you are able to sit comfortably for 10 minutes.
If you are very serious about overcoming this affliction, I strongly suggest booking a Karmic Dissolution Package with me. You can do so by following this link.
After posting a series of 3 photos of myself on facebook I got a comment from one woman:
Alix, What R U doing? Do U have a need for recognition, approval, validation that you are beautiful? I do not understand ur self-posts…..?? Sister to Sister, my love!
Followed by her posting on my wall:
You DO UNDERSTAND that you are beautiful and voluptuous, right?!
In true humility we completely leave behind the expectation for recognition (though, it is completely valid to have the understanding that recognition may ensue)… and that is not to say that if we do get positive recognition that we should be ungrateful. It also does not mean that we should hide our talents and attributes away so that they become dusty and their utility obsolete.
Allow yourself to thrive and blossom. Do not hide away your greatness from the world because of the fear that you might be judged for daring to reveal your beauty. You will do more good for the world if you contribute your greatness than if you hold it back so as not to offend the few that will mislabel you as an attention-seeker.
Be authentic. Love yourself. Love others. Be kind and compassionate. These are the only truths that matter.