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    How to Be Free from Suffering and Unhappiness

    Thursday, April 16, 2015, 3:12 AM [General]

    "A lot of your suffering
    comes from what you are putting
    into your mind and body:
    The food you eat,
    the alcohol/drugs/stimulants you take,
    the media you watch, the music you listen to,
    the people you listen to,
    the books you read etc.

    Take away everything unhealthy
    and replace it with healthy,
    get daily exercise and meditation
    and some time in nature,
    and already there will be a feeling
    of health and radiance to your mind and body.

    Most of the other suffering comes from
    your sense or separateness
    and identification with thinking.

    "I don't like this. I'd rather have this.
    I believe this. I have this opinion.
    I like oranges. I don't like apples."

    But what is the common
    denominator in all of it?

    It is the 'I.'

    What is the 'I'
    that does not like apples?

    Is it anything more
    than an identification
    with a thought?

    Take away thought,
    now where is the 'I' that likes
    and doesn't like?

    Don't identify with the thought;
    allow the thought to be
    without claiming ownership of it,
    then where is that 'I'
    that likes and doesn't like?

    Don't resist this moment.
    Allow everything to be just as it is,
    then where is separation?

    You still exist perfectly
    yet you are free from that sense of
    separating yourself from what is.

    That is the transcendental aspect of spirituality:
    to rest in what you are beyond thinking,
    beyond separation
    as consciousness itself.

    It is simply letting go of your involvement
    with mental perception and resistance
    and allowing your attention to relax
    into it's essential nature of consciousness.

    The other side of it is to love.

    Not dualistic love
    of wanting something in return.
    But just to love.
    To give yourself over to being loving,
    being respectful, being devotional.

    That also requires you
    to surrender the sense of 'I'
    that separates itself from everything else
    with all of its endless judgments..

    Whether you love a spouse, a child, a pet,
    an animal, a guru, a god
    or even a teddy bear!

    Just the act of loving
    frees you from duality,
    frees you from suffering.

    Because love is 
    the very essence of this moment.
    And so when you love without conditions,
    then you feel connected
    to your true nature.

    Much love,

    Kip"


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    Oneness in Meditation and in Action

    Thursday, April 9, 2015, 2:29 AM [General]

    "Offer 100 percent attention
    to whatever you do.

    If you do that,
    no matter what the outcome,
    you will be fulfilled.

    There is no real peace or love
    when you scatter your attention
    a little here and a little there
    or you are attached to the outcome
    being a certain way.
    Then you are not alive.
    Then you are separating yourself from peace.

    When you give your full attention
    not in concentration or control,
    but in full surrender, love and awareness,
    you transcend duality
    and feel one with everything.

    Whatever practice you do,
    give your full love and attention to it.

    When you give your full attention to it,
    there is nothing left of separation.
    There is no room for worry, greed, or selfishness.
    There is only freedom; only peace.

    Even if it is just for one second.
    Just for one mantra repetition, one breath,
    whatever you are doing,
    immerse your full attention into that one moment
    with love and humility.
    Then you become one with everything.

    It may take hours and days and months and years
    of practice to get to that point of 100 percent
    or it may be instant.

    It could be an ongoing exploration
    of what it means to give yourself
    completely to this moment
    and immerse yourself deeper into peace.

    Or it could just be the willingness
    to let go of one thought
    you have been holding on to,
    that you have been repeating and identifying with;
    just to let go of it completely for a moment
    and rest in the silence that is underneath it.

    And when you taste that peace of letting go,
    when you taste the oneness
    of offering your attention one hundred percent
    you will want to return to it again and again.

    Much love,


    Kip"


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    Spiritual Awakening: Consciousness is Always Here

    Thursday, April 2, 2015, 9:23 PM [General]

    "Everyone has situations
    in their life where they say
    'It's impossible to be present
    in this situation.'

    But impossibility
    only exists in your thinking.
    You are only holding on
    to a certain judgment about how it should be;
    holding on to a certain idea of yourself
    and refusing to budge from your position.

    It is just about surrender.
    Surrendering the ego,
    surrendering your position.
    In surrender, there is awareness.

    It does not matter what emotions
    or thoughts are there,
    or what the situation is.

    You exist completely transcendent
    of the situation,
    beyond body, beyond mind
    as consciousness itself, as peace itself.

    Consciousness is always here,
    peace is always here.
    It is what everything is made of.

    If you are always thinking
    'first I need to change this situation,
    then I can be present'
    or 'first I need to change myself
    before I can be present'
    then you cheat yourself out
    of your own freedom.

    Because that time when everything
    is perfect is never going to come.
    If it does come, it will not be permanent.

    But what is permanent is this conscious peace
    that you are, that everything is.
    This is what must be realized.

    At the same time,
    it is important to create a lifestyle
    filled with meditation, spiritual practice,
    eating healthy, immersion in Shakti
    so when challenging situations do arise,
    awareness is already there.

    Or even if you do lose awareness
    or your sense of peace,
    you can easily bring yourself back into balance
    because there is already that commitment to peace
    that you have been nurturing
    and growing over a period of time.

    That commitment to peace
    on a daily basis is most important
    to realizing your essence.

    If the ocean surface is full of turbulence,
    you cannot see what is beneath it.

    Much love,


    Kip"

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    How to Move through the Various Stages of Meditation into Oneness with Everything

    Wednesday, March 25, 2015, 9:28 PM [General]

    "'I am' and 'everything is'
    are the same.

    You may start in meditation with resting in 'I am,'
    and feeling your sense of being
    that is beyond thinking.

    And that may turn into witnessing.

    And witnessing may turn into
    'everything simply is,'
    the sense of no separation
    between you and the world.

    In this, the sense of 'I am'
    has merged into is-ness itself.

    That is one way to consider it.

    If you are identified with thoughts
    then you are identified with being
    a 'me' that is separate from this moment.

    There is a desperate self importance to it;
    the sense 'these thoughts matter.'
    And then you are imprisoned by thinking.
    Thoughts themselves dictate your experience.
    That is true brainwashing.

    Without identification with thoughts,
    there is no sense of being a separate 'me.'.

    And without that sense of separateness,
    first you may feel a feeling of simply being.
    Then that may open up to a sense of being consciousness itself,
    of just witnessing.
    And in that witnessing,
    there may be a subtle surrender
    into is-ness, where everything merges into one existence.

    When all is one
    then all is peace.

    It is just a matter of relaxing your attention
    out of your thinking,
    out of self importance,
    and into the already existing awareness
    that is the foundation of this moment.

    Allowing this moment to be
    and in that allowing
    you are no longer involved with the
    thinking 'me' and thus you relax back
    into your natural state of awareness.

    It is very simple, very relaxed.
    No controlling or forcing.

    But if there are too many thoughts
    and you find you are getting too caught up,
    you have all the various spiritual practices
    and meditation techniques that you can use
    to purify the mind and body.

    And with enough spiritual & meditation practice,
    the power behind your thoughts dissipates
    and the awareness that you are becomes
    easily realized.

    Much love,


    Kip"


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    4 Keys to Unlock Witness Consciousness in Meditation

    Thursday, March 12, 2015, 8:22 PM [General]

    "There are 4 things required
    in order to be able to become
    a witness to thoughts.

    The first is the full allowing
    of thinking to be.

    If you try and manipulate thinking
    or stop the thinking in any way,
    you will not be able to witness it.

    It is only in fully allowing thoughts
    to naturally happen
    like wind blowing through the trees
    that you can witness them.

    The second is to
    stop making thoughts important.
    If you place importance on any thought,
    it means you are holding on to it.

    When you can let go of self importance,
    then thoughts simply come and go
    without your involvement.

    The third is to fully allow yourself
    to feel this moment.
    Not emotion, not even physical sensation
    although that may be there too,
    but how it feels to exist in this moment.

    If you are no longer thinking this moment,
    you will find suddenly you are truly
    feeling this moment and it can be intense.

    The tendency is to resist this feeling
    by jumping back into thinking.

    You will see that being involved with thinking
    has been a means to escape feeling this moment.

    And in order to fully feel this moment,
    you have to surrender the 'me' that feels
    separate from this moment, that resists this moment.

    In the full feeling of this moment
    you become one with it.
    The sense of separateness dissolves
    and there is just consciousness.

    The fourth factor is what you
    have put into your body & mind.

    What you have eaten,
    what you have watched,
    who you have been around
    all creates a lot of noise
    and hyperactivity in the mind.

    That is why for thousands of years
    many yogis retreat
    to some cave or hut in the mountains
    far away from civilization
    and eat and live very simply.

    The more pure you can keep
    your body and mind,
    the easier it will be
    to realize the peace & silence
    that is the essence
    of body and mind.

    Much love,


    Kip"


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    Meditation: Become Comfortable Resting in Consciousness

    Thursday, March 5, 2015, 9:52 PM [General]

    "Become comfortable
    just being consciousness.

    Become aware of awareness itself
    and let your attention remain there.

    Don't look to get anything out of it,
    just let your attention rest
    in consciousness itself.

    If you spend time during your day
    resting your attention in consciousness
    rather than always being lost in thinking,
    then your experience of being consciousness
    will grow, will expand.

    Wherever you place your attention,
    that will be what you get
    both in this moment and in the future.

    If you keep fixating your attention
    on your problems, your desires,
    that is what you will have now
    and that is what you will have later.

    But place your attention on consciousness itself,
    and your experience of consciousness
    will grow, will expand.

    It may not feel like much at first,
    but over time you will recognize
    that nature of consciousness
    to be fulfillment itself.
    That what you are is peace itself.

    You begin to rest in consciousness in meditation
    and then you learn to do it while doing other things.

    If you have to wash the dishes,
    learn to wash the dishes as consciousness itself
    rather than wandering about in your thinking.

    Consider everything you do
    and how you can do it
    while being consciousness itself;
    while including everything
    to be consciousness.

    And it does not have to be consciousness.
    If you already feel a certain peace, bliss, love,
    devotion, silence or stillness,
    nurture it by letting your attention rest in it.

    Or if you have a guru,
    you can just think of your guru.
    No story around it,
    just give your attention to your guru;
    could be their image, their name,
    the feeling you have around them.
    But really they exist in you
    as grace itself.

    And in thinking of them,
    it is their grace that comes alive
    in you and as you.

    If don't have a Guru,
    keep your attention on the peace,
    or in consciousness itself.

    Always remember,
    you are awareness itself.

    The sense of being a person can only be
    because first you are awareness
    and that person is made of awareness.

    Much love,


    Kip"


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    Realizing Infinite Joy in Meditation

    Thursday, February 26, 2015, 7:58 PM [General]

    "When you immerse your attention
    into the peace that is the essence
    of this moment,
    you find that it is limitless.

    It is completely formless
    and that formless peace
    goes on forever.

    The emptiness is so vast
    so intoxicating, so fulfilling,
    there is no end to exploring it.

    I call it peace
    but the peace is synonymous
    with love, with bliss, with joy.

    It is unfathomable joy!

    And when you come out of that peace
    a little bit so that you are aware of form again,
    you find everything is vibrating this peace.

    The joy that is the essence of everything
    cannot contain itself.
    It must burst open and manifest into
    billions of forms.

    And so every form
    is just made of this vibrating bliss.

    You can be walking in the woods
    and you can't imagine
    anything more fulfilling, more blissful
    than that walking.

    So delicious!

    But many people seem to settle for the words.
    Settle for some understanding of it,
    some idea of it.

    Some little clever saying
    that makes your ego smile
    as you pass by in search
    for the next tidbit of knowledge.

    It's like driving all the way to the ocean
    and not getting out of the car.
    Not feeling the sand on your bare feet,
    not feeling your body immersed
    in the dancing salt water waves.

    Just sitting in your air conditioned
    car with the windows up
    listening to talk-back radio.

    That's what dead people do!

    This peace is beyond the words,
    beyond understanding,
    beyond all ideas and beliefs.

    You not only have to do the work,
    you also have to get really get naked.
    Strip away all of your ideas
    and perceptions and dissolve
    into this moment full on.

    No half-assed intellectual consideration
    about how it fits in with what you know
    and who you think you are.
    You have to give it all up
    and dive into this moment.

    It's so hard to even make any sense
    in this peace,
    because it is senseless, limitless joy.
    There is no comprehending it,
    no getting your head around
    the vastness of it.

    Yet the ego mind is always
    trying to put it into a box;
    something it can define
    and know and carry around
    like a lucky charm.

    But how do you bottle up
    the ever expanding limiltless joy
    that goes on forever?

    You have to let everything
    dismantle into nothingness
    and dissolve into unfathomless peace.

    When there is no 'you' left in nothingness;
    when there is just the vaccum that is consciousness,
    then you will realize infinite joy.
    You will have become joy itself.

    Much love,


    Kip"


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    Zen Enlightenment & The Art of Clear Seeing

    Thursday, February 19, 2015, 9:53 PM [General]

    "An object
    does not become an object
    separate from you
    until you define it.

    In order to not define it,
    you simply remain in awareness.

    You do not allow your attention
    to leave awareness
    to become fixated on thinking;
    rather, attention remains resting
    in itself as consciousness.

    When you remain in awareness,
    then any object you see
    is experienced as part of awareness.

    When you look outwardly in this way,
    you do not experience a bunch of separate objects,
    you see and experience everything
    as one consciousness.

    Only when you get into definitions
    does everything become separate objects.

    So you can practice
    remaining in awareness
    without getting involved in definitions,
    without getting involved with thinking.

    If thoughts come,
    you can treat them in the same way.

    If you remain in awareness
    without getting involved
    in the content of the thoughts,
    then the thoughts do not become
    separate things
    but remain as consciousness itself.
    They may not even fully form into thoughts.

    But the key is to let your attention
    remain fully resting in awareness.
    If you do this, thoughts will stop all together.

    Much love,


    Kip"


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    3 Paths to Spiritual Awakening

    Thursday, February 12, 2015, 12:55 AM [General]

    "To be alive
    is to be conscious in this moment.

    In order to be conscious
    you have to fully allow everything
    in this moment to be as it is.

    Awareness can only fully reveal itself
    when there is full allowing.

    In the full allowing of this moment,
    you, as a separate person
    is no more.

    You still are here;
    you are fully here,
    but as pure consciousness,
    pure peace.
    You are joy itself.

    Try this in this moment.

    Close your eyes and
    fully allow everything to be;

    allow all thoughts, feelings
    physical happenings
    but rest your attention
    not in the content of it
    but in the full allowing of it,

    are you not free from yourself?
    Are you not free from separateness?
    Free from stress?

    This is one path.

    Another path would be
    to feel this moment completely;
    feel your very existence in this moment.
    Because in being involved with thinking
    you are avoiding feeling.

    The other is just to love this moment.
    To love what is here at your essence.
    To sing to it, to chant to it,
    to silently repeat a name of it
    with every breath.

    But to distract yourself from this moment
    or to try to live this moment
    only through thinking,
    you are not alive in that.

    You are hiding from life in that.
    It feels synthetic
    because you are letting words
    dictate your experience.

    And that is no way to live.
    If you are living solely through thinking,
    you are just playing a video game
    in your own mind.
    And your involvement with it
    keeps you feeling separate from life.

    It can be as simple
    as allowing this moment to be
    and resting in that allowing.

    Already in this,
    you will feel the essential joy
    that is animating everything.

    Much love,


    Kip"


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    Story of Shiva and Shakti - From a Live Satsang

    Wednesday, February 4, 2015, 8:41 PM [General]

    This quote is from a live satsang
    and best listened to while reading it
    as it contains a lot of bliss!

    You can hear it by listening to this youtube video below:



    "There's a story of Shakti and Shiva.

    Shiva resting in his silence,
    his transcendental consciousness
    yet deeply attracted to Shakti.

    Shakti says
    'Hey, Shiva!
    I've created this amazing world
    with all of these amazing things in it.
    You can experience so much.

    Shiva the nerd says
    'Mmmmm,
    I don't want any of that!
    I like my silence.
    I like the bliss of silence.
    I don't want to leave it and get
    caught up in a world.'

    Shakti says
    'Don't worry, Shiva,
    I did something really neat.
    The essence of everything in this world,
    the essence of every experience
    is consciousness itself, is bliss itself.
    So you can experience it all,
    and never have to leave your bliss.'

    Because Shiva was in love with Shakti
    he said 'Okay.'

    I bet he said
    'As long as you hold my hand through it.
    As long as you are always here with me.'

    Because remember Shiva's heart
    was melting in love for Shakti.

    Much love,


    Kip"


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