MESSAGES FROM SHREE VASANT
FROM INTUITIVE GUIDANCE
TO BE or
NOT TO BE
The Fivefold Path leads us
from Illusion to Truth.
Is there any way out of this circle of "Normal Madness"?
The Spiritual Scientists,
Saints and yogis say: Yes, yes, yes.
– We can learn to live in this world without being part of it.
– We can learn to walk on water (mastering of emotions) without sinking.
– We can be "witnesses" of events
– We can achieve "detachment"
– We can be "free of wishes"
But how to achieve all this?
The Essence of all the Answers is found on the Fivefold Path (Yagnya, Daan, Tapa, Karma and Swadhyaya).
This is not a simple intellectual response. It is a practical solution and today there are many living testimonies in different parts of the world.
Note: Remember that everything has a price. However, for the price of a candy, the benefits of the Fivefold Path are within everyone’s reach.
What are you waiting for?
OM FIVEFOLD PATH OM
OM SHREE OM
Someone could say, that this title does not apply to our reality because "you already are".
Perhaps "Wanting or Not Wanting" would be more appropriate title since this is the cause in a great part of our Personal Film (drama, comedy, adventure, etc.).
By practicing Swadhyaya (Self-study), we realize that "Wants or Wishes" are forces that create our circumstances. If we like the "ice cream", we try to get it. Yes, our effort is directly proportional to our passion and we prepare ourselves to face the difficulties without hesitation.
The self-study also shows us how the "Wants or Wishes" appear only as long as the "Ego" (small self) exists. This is connected with the “I” and the “Mine”. These in turn are linked to the “Feelings”. And these feelings change with the phases of the moon, like the ups and downs of a roller coaster in an amusement park.
By the way, our "Aversions" are also forces in the opposite direction that are linked to the "Ego", the "Feelings" and the "Emotional States".
Thus, it would seem that:
1) We are born to be slaves of a changing mind
2) Joys and sorrows alternate incessantly
3) The manic-depressive state is a daily norm