The Behaviour of a Master


The Behaviour of a Master

1. You would not entertain negative thoughts in your mind. If a negative thought did happen to slip in, you would get it out of your mind immediately. You would think of something else, deliberately. You would simply change your mind about that.

2. You would love yourself fully, just as you are. And you would love everyone else fully, just as they are. Then you would love life fully, just as it is, needing nothing to change, and seeing everything as simply something you are moving through so that you can know about it, and create a contextual field providing you with an opportunity to demonstrate Who You Are.

3. You would forgive no one and nothing ever again, out of knowing that forgiveness is neither necessary nor natural for humans who are aware that they are awake. You would clearly see that holding an idea that there is a need for forgiveness means holding an idea that an injury has occurred, and as a human who is awake you would be aware that injury is not possible in the experience of Divinity –which is Who You Are. You would therefore replace forgiveness with understanding in your interactions with others, which would naturally lead to compassion for others as you experience a full realization of the pain, anger or sadness they must have felt at such a high level to cause them to abandon their true nature and behave as they did.

4. You would not mourn the death of another, not even for a moment. You might mourn your loss, but not their death –but, in fact, celebrate both the moments of love and joy that they shared with others, and the fact that they continue to live in free and wondrous expression of their evolutionary process. You would likewise neither fear nor mourn your own death, for precisely the same reason.

5. Finally, you would be aware that everything is energy in vibration. Everything. And so you would pay much more attention to the vibration of everything that you eat, of everything that you wear, of everything that you watch, read or listen to, and most important, of everything that you think, say and do, and you would immediately adjust the vibration of your own energy and the life energy that you are creating around you if you find that it is not in resonance with the highest knowing you have about Who You Are, and the experience of this that you choose to demonstrate.

These ways of being were paraphrased from a book called Conversations With God: Book 4 by Neale Donald Walsch.


Fear of Death

Fear of Death

Walk into the light

“Fulcrum of human fear psychology – the epi center – is the fear of death. You have fear of death because it is an unknown process – the ego fears its discontinuity – its non-existence. Ego can not fully accept the idea of immortality for it really does not exist outside of this illusionary reality. Ego knows it for sure and fears death – death of this human body – yet this fear acts as the food for its own survival till death. Eradicating fear of death involves mastery over ‘death in every moment’.

A thought arises and dies out. Ego learns to capture your attention by jumping from thought to thought in a sea of emotions and by jumping between past and future times. Death is like a game where every thought becomes  a winning point. One more thought survived. Ego pulls out more and more of them from subconscious, reacts to each stimulus from external environment, pushes you to ‘work’ hard for survival of this mind-body system and everything that is impermanent. All the fears created by ego are illusionary. Actually it only fears the witness, the present moment, enlightenment and the concept of immortality!

Once you become aligned to any of this idea, slowly ego loses its battle. Ego is deprived of its usual weapons of time, illusions, fears and death. In death of ego or rather transformation of this illusionary ‘monkey ego’ to permanent divine Self, you overcome the basis of all fears – the fear of death – the fear of unknown- the fear of God – the fear of truth and the fear of fear itself!

Nirvana is emptiness. Emptied from all illusionary concepts of limited existence and trying hard to ‘survive’ in this impermanent world. There is no death of your Self. Death is a joke to ME. If you term the transition of one form of energy into another form as ‘death’, then I must confess that you already died trillion of times in this ‘life story’ itself!

Look at you. Which part of your body is the same that you had when you were born? Is the air that you breath and by which you are ‘alive’ been with you since birth? Is the first thought that you thought after birth still there in your mind? Then whose ‘survival’ are you afraid of?!

You survived through all these ‘tiny death’ happening every moment. Change is the only constant in this ‘impermanent world’. While you are the changeless, who gives meaning to this process. Who survived these trillions of transitionary events to term them as ‘one life’ and then fears ‘one moment’ when you shift your focus from cluster of energetic structure called ‘body’ to another form of energy ‘soul’ which too goes through ‘changes’.

No? Is soul static? Constant? What purpose it will serve the soul if it was static to take ‘human birth’ and go through all the experiences to learn something? Every thing is changing, evolving, moving, vibrating, transforming here right now. Only I AM constant, eternal, unchanged, unmoved, un-transformed, without birth and death. I AM awareness. I am consciousness. I AM eternal witness. For if I changed, how would I know what changed? It will be a chaotic world for there would not have been any planner, designer, organizer or witness to all these changes.

I AM. The unfathomable mover of all. I turn mountains into dust. I burn seas into vapor. I spin the galaxies. I give birth to thoughts. I AM the drum, the drummer and the sound emanating from it. And I AM ‘you’. And you are ‘The One’.

Behold this truth. Fear not the fear. Fear not the death. Fear not the change. Try not to ‘seek’ permanency. Try not to ‘become’ immortal. You are the permanent. You already are an immortal.”

– The Mysterious One


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Does God really care about us?


Does God Care about us?

Excerpt from an article by Neale Donald Walsch

April 2015

I was describing God in this way:

“God is not a Super Being in the Sky, with the same proclivities and emotional needs as human beings, including the need for love and for revenge when love is betrayed or not given. God is life’s Essential Energy.

You might want to call that energy Pure Intelligence.

“Intelligence doesn’t care whether you believe in It or not. It doesn’t care whether you use It on purpose or not. If you do use It on purpose, It doesn’t care how. It makes no judgment about any this. In fact, It makes no judgment about anything at all.

“Pure Intelligence wants nothing, needs nothing, seeks nothing. It simply Is. It exists in a way that allows Itself to be used. It does this, it allows this, it makes this possible, by placing Itself inside of Everything. Wherever you look you will find Pure Intelligence. It is at the basis of all things that exist. Snowflakes reflect Pure Intelligence. The tiniest atoms reflect Pure Intelligence. The biggest swath of the night sky reflects Pure Intelligence. The process of life Itself, examined at every level, reflects Pure Intelligence.

“The energy that I am here calling Pure Intelligence can be used — is being used — at every level of life, by Life Itself. You are using this energy, you are focusing this energy, every second of every minute of every hour of every day…usually without knowing it.

“The fact that this energy exists, and the way to focus it, therefore using it to one’s personal advantage, is what I am calling Pure Intelligence and that, I am telling you, is another name for God, and God has no opinion about anything. That is because It doesn’t need anything. It is singularly without need, for the simple reason that it is Everything That Exists in Any Form Whatsoever.

This includes not only physical things, but metaphysical things as well. This includes all spiritual things, and anything in any form that simply IS…including thoughts, emotions, feelings, ideas, and, yes, the Black Holes of Space.

“Think about this. If God is truly Everything That Exists in Any Form Whatsoever, what in the world could God want or need or require? Why would God punish us for not giving God what we imagine that God wants or needs or requires? The answer to these questions is self-evident. It need not be discussed in great detail, because simple logic reveals it to us and makes it clear how we have been held captive by the mythologies of our own culture and its past.

“The opportunity that lies before us, and before all sentient beings, is to use the Essential Energy of Pure Intelligence in the way in which it was designed to be used. Not all things that exist in the universe can use this Essential Energy consciously. That is, with full self-awareness and with intention. Only those elements of Life Itself that are self-conscious — that is, aware of themselves — can do so.

“I should correct that last statement. Not even all elements of life that are self-conscious can use the Essential Energy consciously. It is not only a question of being conscious, it is also a question of the level of consciousness that a being or a species has attained. For instance, a dog, while highly intelligent, is not sufficiently self-aware (as far as we know) to be able to use Essential Energy with intention.

“Human beings are not only aware of themselves, they are aware that they are aware, and so have risen to at least the Second Level of Consciousness. This level of consciousness allows sentient beings to notice themselves, and even to notice themselves noticing themselves.

That is, we can stand ‘outside of ourselves’ and watch ourselves doing what we are doing and thinking what we are thinking and saying what we are saying. We can even watch ourselves watching ourselves. We can step back into the hallway of awareness, looking through doorways both forward and backward — and, according to some, ultimately seeing and experiencing our Divine and Sacred Self.”

“Before we go on with that,” I said, “let’s talk about this business of God not caring, and the idea that this means God is not loving.

“Not caring what we do is not the same as not loving us. I want you to imagine your own children, sent out to the back yard to play. Do you care what games they choose? Does it matter to you whether they play Tag or Hide and Seek or Kick the Can? Of course not. In fact, you would never even dream of impinging on their inventiveness by dictating to them how they must use their play time.

“All you do say to them is, ‘Go, now, and play! Enjoy yourself! And if you need me, I’ll be right here. ”

“This is what God says to us. The fact that God does not care what we do is a sign of how much God loves us, not how little! For freedom to be and do and have what we choose is the greatest gift of all. It is the biggest treasure and the grandest gift that God could give us. Even traditional religion teaches that God has given us this gift. It is called Free Will.

“Love is freedom. The two words are interchangeable. When you love someone you grant them total freedom to be, do, or have whatever they choose. This is true love: to allow each person to walk his path.

“This does not mean give no advice (God gives us all lots of wonderful advice). And this does not mean release a person to total freedom when they are not ready (as with a small child). But it does mean the granting of freedom in stages, as the being matures, until Total Freedom becomes the gift.

“When we say, ‘I love you enough to choose for you what you choose for you,’ then we have truly loved. There comes a time when we let go of what WE choose for a particular individual, and ‘give in’ to what THEY are choosing–so long as it does not impinge on our OWN freedom. (This can never be the case, of course, with God.)

“There comes a time when we can say, in love and in truth, ‘I don’t care what you choose. It is not a concern of mine. I have no opinion. And I absolutely have no judgment. I have a desire, but that is all. My desire is that you choose well, my child. I desire that you choose the highest that you can see, the highest that you can imagine. But this is merely a desire, not to be confused with an emotional attachment or any need. In that sense, I ‘do not care.’

“But I am here for you always. And so, if ever you need me, you need but call, and I will be there.”

“This is what all good parents eventually say to their children. This is what God says to us.

Excerpt from an article by Neale Donald Walsch

April 2015    Conversations with God


Humans are free

For many thousands of years, humanity has been manipulated and controlled by a select few.

These people truly believe that they have the right to deny the sacrosanct, God given free will capacity of every single human being and reduce all of us to mere thoughtless slaves.

We now stand at a critical point in this deadly struggle. We must choose between slavery and freedom.

Please read this blog post with an open mind and an open heart and make a clear choice, and spread it as far as possible, so that others can also have the chance to make an informed choice.

May all beings be able to choose their cosmic destiny, free from any trace of fear or control.