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This page was last revised on 6/25/24.


"As it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be, world without end. Amen."

The starting point of the investigation into reality is the acknowledgement that “I am”.
Nothing can be honestly addressed without first acknowledging this; nothing can be gotten to the bottom of until this is.

I am. It is immediately obvious that I exist. Being as nothing can be presumed, the first question can only be: Who or what am I?

Am I my body? my name? my memories? my likes? my dislikes? my hopes? my fears? my desires? Nope, obviously, I'm not. Those things are all separate from me. By themselves they change over time and I am the observer of them. I am before those things; behind those things; primary to those things; prerequisite to all those things.

Here & now there is no room for thoughts & things; they exist only in the illusion of space & time & mind. Here & now, there is no room for anything; yet, still, I Am. Nothing personal, but it is absolutely evident and certain that I Am all there is; I Am all that ever was or will be; all that ever could or can be. I Am all that Is.

You are too.

You and I both as separate individuals are all only appearances in our Lord REALITY's acid trip. There isn't an 'our' really. It's all only our Lord's. Our Lord is all we all are.



How to breathe correctly [63 minute mp4].

Who is aware of the thought? Who is not the thought? Who is the subtle, silent, changeless, still background to the thought? Who is the subtlest? Who is aware of the breath? Who is aware?

Sohamasmi is a mantra from the Isa Upanishad, meaning: Even when I pray, I am You. Even when I am You, I pray to You. Hamsa means white swan representing divine spirit and the Goddess Gayatri.

[inhale]    I        So      Ham
[exhale]  Am   Ham     Sa


Dialogue from Brihad-Aranyaka Upanishads:
“Ushasta Chakrayana questioned him (Yajnavalkya): “Yajnavalkya”, said he, “Explain to me him who is the Brahma present and not beyond our ken, him who is the soul in all things”.
“He is your soul, which is in all things”.
“Which one, O Yajnavalkya, is in all things”
“He who breathes in your breathing-in (prana) is the Soul of yours which is in all things."








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