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Moksha Advanced Course Series #36 Costa Rica
With:   Visvamitra

Achieve Moksha

To achieve Moksha in this lifetime is the only reason you have a human body, and as His Divinity Brahmanda Saraswati once said: "to waste a human life by not achieving Moksha is like selling diamonds for the price of spinach!"

Lord Krishna said to Arjuna in the Bhagavad Gita (chapter 2 verse 48): "yogastha kuru karmani" or "established in union with Me, perform action." This is exactly the definition of Moksha.

Moksha is at the same time the most simple and natural way to live and the most difficult transition that anyone can make. Our universe has been around for over 150 trillion years and we have incarnated again and again to accomplish this one task - achieve Moksha - yet this accomplishment has eluded most of us so far.

Those like Eckhart Tolle who suddenly switch into Moksha for no apparent reason and without any preliminary training, find it difficult to explain to us how to live in the state of Moksha, yet they describe Moksha very well. For it is to them such a simple thing. Eckhart said: "The beginning of freedom (Moksha) is the realization that you are not the possessing entity - the thinker. Knowing this enables you to observe the entity. The moment you start watching the thinker, a higher level of consciousness becomes activated. You then begin to realize that there is a vast realm of intelligence beyond thought, that thought is only a tiny aspect of that intelligence. You also realize that all the things that truly matter - beauty, love, creativity, joy, inner peace - arise from beyond the mind. You begin to awaken."

Pranic Energy Lifestyle Transition

This is an optional program you can add to your Moksha Advanced Course and achieve independence from physical food. 

To understand this process of transitioning to a Pranic Energy Lifestyle, we need to understand that everyone has two energy engines: 1) pranic energy

Pranic Energy

and 2) physical food energy.

Food Energy

Before the transition to a Sat Yuga Physiology, the body derives 90% of its energy from the food engine and after the transition the pranic engine provides 90% or more of the body's requirement for maintenance energy. When the Sat Yuga Physiology process is triggered, Kundalini takes over to transform the physiology to increase the pranic energy engine and decrease the physical food energy engine, and almost all dependence on physical food suddenly ends.

Once the pranic energy transition occurs, the individual spontaneously adopts a lifestyle where all maintenance energy required by the body comes from the Prana field. When this transition takes place, the individual may occasionally eat physical food, one or two bites only, in a social setting with individuals who still have a dependence on food. In the early days of this transition there may be occasions where the body needs a certain food and the individual will take some food. The caloric intake will be reduced by 90% and most days there will be no food and occasionally, once or twice a week, one may eat a light meal.

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Cedar Crest, NM
MahaVideha University
Moksha Advanced Course Series #37
With:   Visvamitra

Achieve Moksha

 
  Guru Dev - Small Golden  
 

To achieve Moksha in this lifetime is the only reason you have a human body, and as His Divinity Brahmanda Saraswati once said: "to waste a human life by not achieving Moksha is like selling diamonds for the price of spinach!"

Lord Krishna said to Arjuna in the Bhagavad Gita (chapter 2 verse 48): "yogastha kuru karmani" or "established in union with Me, perform action." This is exactly the definition of Moksha.

Moksha is at the same time the most simple and natural way to live and the most difficult transition that anyone can make. Our universe has been around for over 150 trillion years and we have incarnated again and again to accomplish this one task - achieve Moksha - yet this accomplishment has eluded most of us so far.

Those like Eckhart Tolle who suddenly switch into Moksha for no apparent reason and without any preliminary training, find it difficult to explain to us how to live in the state of Moksha, yet they describe Moksha very well. For it is to them such a simple thing. Eckhart said: "The beginning of freedom (Moksha) is the realization that you are not the possessing entity - the thinker. Knowing this enables you to observe the entity. The moment you start watching the thinker, a higher level of consciousness becomes activated. You then begin to realize that there is a vast realm of intelligence beyond thought, that thought is only a tiny aspect of that intelligence. You also realize that all the things that truly matter - beauty, love, creativity, joy, inner peace - arise from beyond the mind. You begin to awaken."

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Apr 2, 2020 to
Apr 14, 2020

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MahaVideha University
Brahman Consciousness Vision Quest #18
With:   Visvamitra and Kundalatdevi

Everyone wants the Freedom, Fulfillment and Bliss of a life that is lived only in the Present Moment. Your question may be "Why is this NOT my life experience?" Knowing the answer to this question is your first step of empowerment for significant life change. The second step, actually transforming your experience into the Bliss of the Present Moment is the purpose of the Brahman Consciousness Vision Quest.

What is the experience of Brahman Consciousness?

Brahman Consciousness Vision Quest

At one point in his life, David Hawkins experienced the state of Brahman Consciousness for a brief time after an 11-day Vision Quest. A Vision Quest is a rite of passage from the American Indian Tradition. The basic concept of a Vision Quest is to find oneself – to come to know and realize the Truth of one’s existence. To accomplish a Vision Quest one sets aside a block of time and focuses the attention inward. To observe some type of fast is important because fasting breaks the routine of outward focused daily life. David shares his experience in this video. It is an interesting story!

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Moksha Advanced Course Series #38
With:   Visvamitra

Achieve Moksha

 
  Guru Dev - Small Golden  
 

To achieve Moksha in this lifetime is the only reason you have a human body, and as His Divinity Brahmanda Saraswati once said: "to waste a human life by not achieving Moksha is like selling diamonds for the price of spinach!"

Lord Krishna said to Arjuna in the Bhagavad Gita (chapter 2 verse 48): "yogastha kuru karmani" or "established in union with Me, perform action." This is exactly the definition of Moksha.

Moksha is at the same time the most simple and natural way to live and the most difficult transition that anyone can make. Our universe has been around for over 150 trillion years and we have incarnated again and again to accomplish this one task - achieve Moksha - yet this accomplishment has eluded most of us so far.

Those like Eckhart Tolle who suddenly switch into Moksha for no apparent reason and without any preliminary training, find it difficult to explain to us how to live in the state of Moksha, yet they describe Moksha very well. For it is to them such a simple thing. Eckhart said: "The beginning of freedom (Moksha) is the realization that you are not the possessing entity - the thinker. Knowing this enables you to observe the entity. The moment you start watching the thinker, a higher level of consciousness becomes activated. You then begin to realize that there is a vast realm of intelligence beyond thought, that thought is only a tiny aspect of that intelligence. You also realize that all the things that truly matter - beauty, love, creativity, joy, inner peace - arise from beyond the mind. You begin to awaken."

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May 2, 2020 to
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Brahman Consciousness Vision Quest #19
With:   Visvamitra and Kundalatdevi

Everyone wants the Freedom, Fulfillment and Bliss of a life that is lived only in the Present Moment. Your question may be "Why is this NOT my life experience?" Knowing the answer to this question is your first step of empowerment for significant life change. The second step, actually transforming your experience into the Bliss of the Present Moment is the purpose of the Brahman Consciousness Vision Quest.

What is the experience of Brahman Consciousness?

Brahman Consciousness Vision Quest

At one point in his life, David Hawkins experienced the state of Brahman Consciousness for a brief time after an 11-day Vision Quest. A Vision Quest is a rite of passage from the American Indian Tradition. The basic concept of a Vision Quest is to find oneself – to come to know and realize the Truth of one’s existence. To accomplish a Vision Quest one sets aside a block of time and focuses the attention inward. To observe some type of fast is important because fasting breaks the routine of outward focused daily life. David shares his experience in this video. It is an interesting story!

Click the "Learn More" button for more details:

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May 12, 2020 to
Jun 2, 2020

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Cedar Crest, NM
MahaVideha University
Moksha Advanced Course Series #39
With:   Visvamitra

Achieve Moksha

 
  Guru Dev - Small Golden  
 

To achieve Moksha in this lifetime is the only reason you have a human body, and as His Divinity Brahmanda Saraswati once said: "to waste a human life by not achieving Moksha is like selling diamonds for the price of spinach!"

Lord Krishna said to Arjuna in the Bhagavad Gita (chapter 2 verse 48): "yogastha kuru karmani" or "established in union with Me, perform action." This is exactly the definition of Moksha.

Moksha is at the same time the most simple and natural way to live and the most difficult transition that anyone can make. Our universe has been around for over 150 trillion years and we have incarnated again and again to accomplish this one task - achieve Moksha - yet this accomplishment has eluded most of us so far.

Those like Eckhart Tolle who suddenly switch into Moksha for no apparent reason and without any preliminary training, find it difficult to explain to us how to live in the state of Moksha, yet they describe Moksha very well. For it is to them such a simple thing. Eckhart said: "The beginning of freedom (Moksha) is the realization that you are not the possessing entity - the thinker. Knowing this enables you to observe the entity. The moment you start watching the thinker, a higher level of consciousness becomes activated. You then begin to realize that there is a vast realm of intelligence beyond thought, that thought is only a tiny aspect of that intelligence. You also realize that all the things that truly matter - beauty, love, creativity, joy, inner peace - arise from beyond the mind. You begin to awaken."

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Jun 2, 2020 to
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MahaVideha University
Brahman Consciousness Vision Quest #20
With:   Visvamitra and Kundalatdevi

Everyone wants the Freedom, Fulfillment and Bliss of a life that is lived only in the Present Moment. Your question may be "Why is this NOT my life experience?" Knowing the answer to this question is your first step of empowerment for significant life change. The second step, actually transforming your experience into the Bliss of the Present Moment is the purpose of the Brahman Consciousness Vision Quest.

What is the experience of Brahman Consciousness?

Brahman Consciousness Vision Quest

At one point in his life, David Hawkins experienced the state of Brahman Consciousness for a brief time after an 11-day Vision Quest. A Vision Quest is a rite of passage from the American Indian Tradition. The basic concept of a Vision Quest is to find oneself – to come to know and realize the Truth of one’s existence. To accomplish a Vision Quest one sets aside a block of time and focuses the attention inward. To observe some type of fast is important because fasting breaks the routine of outward focused daily life. David shares his experience in this video. It is an interesting story!

Click the "Learn More" button for more details:

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