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The Higher Self (Source-Self) Expansion, Purpose, Manifestations & Alignment.
The purpose of your life is ‘expansion’. What is the source-self (higher self)? What is Source-Consciousness? How does it manifest our desires? How do thoughts (negative & positive) affect our realities? How does alignment happen? How is vibration/frequency related to this? Questions, Questions I attempt to address in hopes that many will find this helpful/insightful. Whether it is something you will believe or not, is not my motive. My motive is to simply spark an interest in my viewers so they can then research it on their own and come to their own conclusions based on experience and observations. Questions and comments welcome-all I ask is that you remain respectful to other peoples opinions and views. May good fortune come to all. Love and Light, Namaste.
*Note: Please forgive any audio or video anomalies. I tried to mask a few evp captured during the recording. Video is of low quality as well. I repeat many things in this video, but for good reason*(4/21/13)*
*Note: This has been brought up recently so I will address it here:. I never claim that GOD is US(internal), nor is GOD outside us (external force). What I state is that we are many different ‘expressions’ of Source-Consciousness (god).. so.. frankly, smaller pieces (aspects) of a greater puzzle (whole) which are then all connected like a web of energy/vibrations*(4/23/13)*
As a Buddhist, ‘desire’ is thought of as something that feeds the ‘EGO’-which will only pull you further away from enlightenment. In this video I talk a lot about desire and then manifestations, but many may misunderstand what I’m getting at. DESIRE is the root of all expansion.Without it, we would never ‘experience’, gain perspective and expand. Desire, is the reason for manifestation as a human being, desire is the reason for separating from the whole and thus reincarnating..one can change their desires for good cause and thus the desire becomes a ‘positive intention’. Its the kind of ‘desire’ that should be examined by asking one self- Does this desire (which one holds) serve me materialistically or spiritually?
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Full Chant (Nam Myo Ho Renge Kyo)
Original musics by: Charlies Gnarlie (Soundcloud)
Meanings: (Copied from another source)
The word nam derives from Sanskrit. A close translation of its meaning is “to devote oneself.” Nichiren established the practice of chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo as a means to enable all people to put their lives in harmony or rhythm with the law of life, or Dharma. In the original Sanskrit, nam indicates the elements of action and attitude, and refers therefore to the correct action one needs to take and the attitude one needs to develop in order to attain Buddhahood in this lifetime.
Myoho literally means the Mystic Law, and expresses the relationship between the life inherent in the universe and the many different ways this life expresses itself. Myo refers to the very essence of life, which is “invisible” and beyond intellectual understanding. This essence always expresses itself in a tangible form (ho) that can be apprehended by the senses. Phenomena (ho) are changeable, but pervading all such phenomena is a constant reality known as myo.
Renge means lotus flower. The lotus blooms and produces seeds at the same time, and thus represents the simultaneity of cause and effect. The circumstances and quality of our individual lives are determined by the causes and effects, both good and bad, that we accumulate (through our thoughts, words and actions) at each moment. This is called our “karma.” The law of cause and effect explains that we each have personal responsibility for our own destiny. We create our destiny and we can change it. The most powerful cause we can make is to chant Nam-myoho-renge-kyo; the effect of Buddhahood is simultaneously created in the depths of our life and will definitely manifest in time.
The lotus flower grows and blooms in a muddy pond, and yet remains pristine and free from any defilement, symbolizing the emergence of Buddhahood from within the life of an ordinary person.
Kyo literally means sutra, the voice or teaching of a Buddha. In this sense, it also means sound, rhythm or vibration. Also, the Chinese character for kyo originally meant the warp in a piece of woven cloth, symbolizing the continuity of life throughout past, present and future. In a broad sense, kyo conveys the concept that all things in the universe are a manifestation of the Mystic Law.