Supreme Goal of Spiritual Life

“Hard to reach is the supreme goal of life, hard to describe and hard to abide in. They alone attain samadhi who have mastered their senses and are free from anger, free from self-will and from like and dislikes, without selfish bonds to people and things. “They alone attain samadhi who are prepared to face…

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Christ Consciousness and Madam Guyon

“There is within me an inward testimony to the truth; so deep that all the world could not shake it. It is the work of God upon my heart, and partakes of his own immutability. It seems to me that all the difficulties of theologians concerning this state arises from viewing it, not in the…

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Ultimate Consciousness and Becoming One with It

“The ‘Absolute Consciousness,’ they tell us, ‘behind’ phenomena, which is only termed unconsciousness in the absence of any element of personality, transcends human conception. Man, unable to form one concept except in terms of empirical phenomena, is from the very constitution oh his being to raise the veil the shrouds the majesty of the Absolute….

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