Evidence of Simulation or Dreaming?

Strange things I have noticed while living in the Matrix during Ascension.

1) Every thought manifests, negative or positive, known or unknown, conscious or subconscious.

2) People who come into our life are also part of this mental input-output in this system. Scientists explain it using Nick Bostrum’s simulation hypothesis but those of us who are into magic and making things happen through the power of the mind know that it is the mind creating reality. However both of these groups could be true, the universe working on a code, at the base of it, and we all interacting with it mentally, generating mental projections. Are the fractals of nature not sign enough that it is all a computer code?

3) What scientists seldom try to experiment or work with is actual personal experiences of how we manifest our life. If we have had struggles, negative karma is at the root of it, and this basically means that we had negative beliefs, unhelpful thoughts, unhealthy patterns carried over from our ancestors or family and past lives (apparently) or simply from within our subconsious mind that manifests as our ancestors, relatives and past lfe memories. These are all signs that reality is an illusion – we are simply supposed to remember something from our subconscious patterns that are keys to understand that it is all not really happening but in the mind and of the mind. There is no real person or real karma, but an imagined version of reality, stories based on thoughts and beliefs emerging out into the ‘show’ of life, appearances seem like a real world with real people around but it is more like a dream.

4) Relationships and money are a distraction from our purpose, to free ourselves from karma, and liberate ourselves from the matrix of mental projections all around us (maya) – This is something we need to understand, because Bollywood, Hollywood, TV, advertisements and music albums will fool us into making romance and sex a priority and entangle us in maya. We should all be meditating and trying to stretch the limits of what we can do in this reality, by breakign free from physicality or the rules of physics using more and more powerful magic. However people in my life who could be good psychics and gifted in mentalism chose to use it for being healers for others, to attract financial gains or relationships, or for wanting to help others, as they felt ‘there is no use of magic unless it helps someone.’ I disagree, because all others in this life are projections in any case, if we are healed from within and do not need to engage with Maya anymore, we will be ready to go to the next level and break free from the ‘code’ of the matrix rules, break the physical barriers of time and space – for example breatharianism, living outdoors in extreme climates, teleportation, telekinesis, levitation..not because of a grandoise need to be a superhero, but because it is a validation we are in a dream and lucid within it.

5) Money is an illusion. When I used to have a shop or PR business in Mumbai, each day whatever I afirmed would happen – almost instantly. For example a client walking in and purchasing something as soon as I thought of seeling that item. This was a daily process. Now I visualized that I am earning although not working and it has still happened although in a way I feel dependent on the system looking after my child, and it feels as if it is normal but it is not. It is just another sign that my mind is making things up, a story, no matter how positive or negative.

6) Intuition tarot, astrology – all work because of our belief. I used to before readings affirm that a person will come and ask for a reading, and be very happy with the cards or astrology, or my psychic messages or healing. I sometimes affirmed and visualized them giving a positive feedback – saying ‘wow, you have hit the nail on the head’ and a few minutes later this person, just as I had visualised, someone whom I never knew before would walk in and say exactly the same words. This happened multiple times. It felt like I am dreaming everything up. The acuracy of my readings, the clients, the positive feedback, everything. Including the money, no matter how little, although I felt guilty about it, eg rs 10,000 a day…I felt maybe casting a spell or affirming it into my life is wrong as it means I am not really working, and the ‘law of attraction’ and ‘the secret’ confirmed my theory as if it is all a product of my mind and did not feel right at some level but because of the popularity of these books I thought maybe I am great at manifesting reality and doing very well. All as I imagine, it would manifest everyday. It is only now that I see I was in an illusion and there is nothing great about being able to manifest anything, it is only because I am dreaming or unconscious.

7) Even facebook, emails, newsfeed, I would imagine a specific person send a very specific message and there it would appear that day. A person you are not in touch with for a long time and you think of them and they call you and say whatever you imagine they would talk about. Even the punctuation marks and words in the emails, and facebook messages would be exactly as I thought. It became obvious that they did not really exist out-there…that it is simply the mind and it feels there is noone really out there – as if it is all happening inside of me. Obviously there is no point being on social media and several times I have been guided to delete my profiles and I have done so and found no use of logging back in or creating any new profiles.

8) Talk about coronavirus. When I saw a post on a vegan group in early January 2020 of a woman eeating a bat, I immediately thought, why they should get a virius epidemic then only they will learn a lesson – and bam, a few days later all that was there in the news was coronaviris – covid-19. Although the original video might have been filmed several years ago as news states, the fact a thought of a virus epidemic goung global, is manifested all around within days of coming across that video for the first time. It does tell me it is not really happening but a dream. Infact at times I have walked around thinking maybe restaurants should be closed and they were the very next morning, or that there should be a lockdown and it was so.

9) In the last three years of Ascension I have literally seen people coming out of my third eye, wearing exactly what I imagined they will wear, down to every detail, colour, design, and saying exactly what I thought they will say, showing me what is Maya. Even doing impossible things, like walking through something solid, talking to my family members to tell me I am not hallucinating.

10) When you think of something and it manifests you might have temporary amnesia, as if you forget which thought cause it, or that you brought that situation upon yourself, no matter how good or bad. Our emotional reactions to those new situations are too overwhelming for us to remember that we created those situations, good and bad both. It also happens in a way that appears as natural as possible. Try it – and try it everyday. Make something happen and note down in your diary what you want to manifest. Then when it happens refer back to the notes.

11) Even our dreams at night, our angels, psychic or angelic messages, all are a creation of our beliefs. I have manifested several dreams as lucid as they can be, they were what I created in my mind, and met several angels and demons both, just like humans, it is all illusion. when I have affirmed I will get an absolutely accurate message and accurate guidance, it manifests just as I thought. God or angels or goddesses are all manifest in our dreams and in our projected multidimensional realities, in our intuition and clairvoyance or inside us because it is a part of the self that is awakening and making it clear that all around there is nothing but illusion, predictable as the Oracle program of the matrix.

12) Authorities, law, court, I have tried the same approach of trying to manifest something through the third eye and it has never failed me, as if even police men and judges are from my mind – like agents of the Matrix, their work is to keep me trapped in this dreamworld and ensure I do not wake up. I do not believe there is anyone out there. Anything negative or positive is emerging from the mind and I have tried to have this confirmed by asking for a sign from the matrix that someone will talk to me and tell me that I am in the matrix, and even that has been confirmed. As soon as I ask for a sign of someone validating the matrix to me it is presented on the same day, within the timeframe I requested.

13) I do not believe a single thing or person in our reality is for real. It is all simply a holographic projection, including us, our bodies here. At times I have tried that in a conversation of two people, I made someone say something entirely strange and impossible to believe, and they did just that, as if there were no people and no conversations, but all projections.

14) I am no longer seeing any financial gain, comfort or relationship in this world through this matrix program. I would not suggest anyone falls for new age and materialisitic concepts that keep us chasing after success, romance and other delusions that keep us engrossed in this mental universe. Instead we need to return to ourselves, who are we – wehere is our true self, the world of truth. This is the path of ascetics, celibacy, withdrawal from senses, disengagement from the mind, being with yourself and seeking truth instead of worldly things or relationships. Clearly noone would like this path. It is something people will want to avoid, as the ‘blue pill’ is much easier to take than the ‘red pill’.

15) The new age and material/sensual tantra, affirmations, spells and magic has us focus on seeking sensual enjoyment which has no meaning – except staing and surviving in this matrix as comfortably as possible – the ‘blue pill’. However our presence as humans in this world has become a negative thing – as earth has suffered apparently due to our materialism. Every house we build takes something away from another animal and felling of trees. Every grain of food we eat causes death to someone else, vegan or nonvegan, although vegans try to consciously minimise harm as we all should. The fact that it is impossible to be living and be of any good to ourselves or the world is reason enough to want this matrix program or simulation to end for good. Probably the evil and negativity in the world are a sign of detachment.

16) No happiness can be found in any of the things in the world and we should not seek happiness either. We need to dance in truth not in maya, be happy alone, be alright with truth even if it not comfortable.

17) The energy in our world is not real energy, it is simply the mind acting out and telling us stories. This energy or shakti is not truth or God or the ultimate creator. It is simply the matrix energy playing out a reality show. I no longer worship it. If there was a real God or Goddess who was benevolent or a saviour then there will be absolutely no evil – the fact that the energy of the universe is neutral and creates both good and bad constantly using input-output of mind is a big fact that we cannot dispute.

18) My experiments with reality being influenced with the mind, has left me with no doubt that things are projected from my mind and mental state, whether positive or negative. I used to try and focus on earth healing and manifesting the best version of this reality, but it seems another illusion to do so, after all ‘a cage no matter how beautiful is still a cage’. I have trying to heal the planet and while it seems to work superficially, the evil apparently visible to me is way too deep for me to want to heal it, it seems so unreal, so impossible to believe, that it is best it is unreal and a sign that I am not supposed to love the world at all.

19) This is not a ‘reality’ but an illusion – just like a matrix of lies. Noone here can tell us anything more than this – no fancy boks, no famous gurus, no philosophers or scientific theories can give us anything more than this. This is where the road ends. In the past I have attended satsangas and spiritual programs where famous gurus spoke to large numbers of people, and it seemed like it was all happening in my mind, they would at times say word to word what I would think or make them say. I would not expect other people to be able to connect with me that way at all as they would not be able to articulate those subjects or thoughts, or so I believed. However recently I have tried imagining a client telling me she is not real and appeared just because I thought of her, and when she said exactly what I had thought and made her say when she suddenly called me one day….it was so sudden that I forgot I had manifested that too.

20) Trying to use the matrix to gain any power, fame, money, romance by imagining ourt new realities, is also a trap to keep us asleep in this dreamworld. because our real body is not even here. Instead the right thing is to discover who we are and where our real self is. That is what Ascension and True Awakening is all about. I have tried manifesting spaceships or aliens but only landed a drone right above the hand from which I was projecting a ship flying above me and it was as dramatic as anything can be, a drone appearing just there and then. My fear is that if there are spaceships landing on earth then we will be engrossed more in the Maya or illusion which will become even more interesting and complex. A boring world where things are mundane is much easier to detach from.

21) So what keeps me busy here in the world. Why am I writing even. Maybe I am just understanding myself and not really looking for answers or intreactions or comments. It is best that way because getting involved in having followers or being a bestseller will only have me entangled more in ego and material success when the need of the hour is to ascend and detach from Maya. The best of the spiritual writers, musicians, healers are feeling alone and unable to engage with the world, unable to get success or popularity because the time has come to wake up and not chase anything in this world any more.

22) Why do we eat food, when it is simply bits and bytes and not real bites? Why don’t we just let go and stop interacting with the world. In my case it is my child, and the fact that vulnerable children depend on us too much for us to let go. It is the same with a pet or animals in the world who suffer and need us to care for them and save them from danger.  I remember when I manifested a woman who appeared out of my mind, stepping over a big hedge as if she stepped over a small blade of grass…and I was not ready to question that or ask her how, when clearly it was playing out of my mind. I was more worried about getting back home and cooking for my family. That is when a voice told me I want to go back and cook and that was the end of the road again. Clearly it is responsibilities we have undertaken this this world that keep us earthbound or in the matrix universe, unable to seek truth or liberation.

23) In the past I would perform magical works, practice something like astral travel, telekinesis to an extent, mind reading, zener cards and they really gave me amazing validations, even in small groups of students when I taught them how to read zener cards without seeing the images and they felt amazed that they could do it. Obviously they were also part of my mind, as I affirmed the workshops that day would happen exactly the same way, people appearing and validating that I was a good teacher or that they were experiencing miracles because I consciously affirmed they would do so.

24) I should have stipped right there and not thought of engaging in the worldly ways or relationships, material success, trying to pay rent or loans, or make a living and tried living on without food or shelter, as I was single and had no responsibility of any other person then. It is reading books about new age concepts of material-spiritual balance that made me fall into the reality deeper underground, where I was entangled into romance, money, working, having a family, just to prove I was following the laws of spiritual-material balance, and this was my ‘blue pill’. I would not suggest anyone takes it if they are serious about leaving the matrix.  Rather stay alone, work on breaking the physical laws of the universe with third-eye, let the impossible take place, be without doubt that there is no reality here and detach from all that is instead of being ‘one with all there is’.

25) It is not God or any Devi Shakti who is omnipresent but only ‘Maya’ or illusion and everyone worships this illusion. Never trust or follow any religion or spiritual philosphy or guru or any spiritual book or material – as Morpheus said in the famous movie ‘the Matrix cannot tell you who you are, you have to find it for yourself’. Any books or masters or gurus, can only lead you back to yourself, a full circle. If I am dreaming then every person in the known or visible world or in my dreams is in my mind, a projection. There is nothing to know except the knowler – and that is the end of knowledge – Know Thyself.

So why not take social distancing as a wake up call and detach from empty and hollow universe and the false projection of society to return to the self.

The Goddess Trap: Sacred Six Deeply Held Myths About the Divine Feminine

We all have heard the term ‘Goddess’. Common inferences of this include – feminine divinity – images of Mother Earth, Mother Mary, Laxmi Mata who gives infinitely, graceful Angelic females, beautiful Witches, or smiling weaponed Warriors, come to mind instantly. While it is necessary to honour and respect innate femininty and celebrate the same, it is necessary for us to debunk certain myths that have been controlling the female spirit and our planet through generations.

  1. Generosity and Kindness versus Exploitation: The myth that being a divine feminine embodiment is all about giving endlessly without thinking is promoted all over the world, and women could be disempowered as slaves of the patriarchial society using this myth. Take for instance the system of ‘dowry’ to exploit women of India who are called ‘ghar ki Laxmi’ or the house goddess of ‘prosperity’ through whom husbands expect to inherit a small fortune by way of marriage. Even if the evil of dowry is abolished, women are still expected to be overly generous and kind to their household, giving more than enough time, energy, working 24×7 at times both indoors and outdoors, looking after children singlehandedly, performing unpaid household jobs and also bringing money into the family through professional work or businesses. Similarly earth is also exploited for her treasures, whether coal, gold, petroleum, land, water, wood or agriculture…all parts of earth that are being usurped by humankind, leaving our planet feeling depleted and in severe crisis. The only way out is to release ourselves from the prison of human expectations and to allow mother earth and the female spirit to be free from greedy and senseless exploitation. We need to give energy to our planet and not merely take from it.
  2. Sexual Servitude versus true Sexual Power: The western concept of Goddess is very different from the aforementioned Asian stereotype. In the west, the term Goddess is used to often refer to a sexual heroine, much like Aphrodite, Venus or Ashtoreth connected with fertility. The pictures associated with goddesses are depictions of feminine love, beauty, sexuality, a gorgeous figure, excellent makeup, and charismatic sensuality that enchants others instantly. Sometimes this can be a tall order to live up to, with women feeling pressurised to look ‘pretty’, to always dress beautifully, to have great skin or vital statistics, to smell beautiful all the time, to have amazing silky and long hair, and so on. These demands are imposed on women by the way of social conditioning intent at seeing a female figure as primarily a ‘sexual one’ thereby commodifying them. It is not uncommon for men to expect sexual servitude from a woman whom they believe to be their personal ‘goddess’, and they brainwash women to think they need men to complete them with the token of ‘divine masculinity’ which although underprized is also catching up as a trend. Individuality and the power to say ‘no’ to over-sexualisation or beautification is in-fact the genuine trait of the Goddess who does not need validation from others, especially not from the male gaze. Similarly we need to respect the wild side of earth and not customize it to our selfish needs through artificial landscaping, agriculture and beautification that destroys the natural flora and fauna in entireity.
  3. Anger versus Personal Power: Some images or fantasy of Goddesses focus on the ‘angry’ and violent forms of feminine, that are portrayed with a plethora of weapons. From Diana an Artemis who are huntresses, to Kali who is adorned with human skulls and bones, Durga with many weapons in her many arm or Hecate who represents occult powers….there are many versions of the dark goddess. While this would appeal to a traditional feminist, the issue is when this connotation is applied to assist in harming or in giving power to evil acts. For example it is not uncommon in some tantric rituals to very wrongly use the name of Kali for sacrificing innocent animals, which is not in alignment with divine nature at all. The use of dark goddess archetypes to further negative or harmful spells or to support malpractices in witchcraft are also prevalent in some parts of the world, whether in Africa, Western countries such as Britian, or India. Debunking the myths that witchcraft or magic is evil or used for controlling or harming is much required, so is the need to understand that goddesses are not necessarily angry or terrifying without reason. Similarly whether it be natural calamities, diseases, plagues, disasters or climate catastrophes on earth, they are quite possibly a result of human action and not due to any kind of unjustified anger from mother nature towards humans.
  4. Material versus Spiritual Power: A big myth regarding Goddesses is that they only represent the observable reality, material world, or the physical universe, with the ‘higher power’ of designing the world being bestowed upon the heavenly father. The word mother being linked to ‘matter’ or maternity and father to ‘paternity’ or the designer of the universal pattern is an indication of how feminine is imagined as the creation, and masculine as the creator. This widely held point of view grossly subjugates the female authority while elevating the masuline power to one that is ‘higher up’ compared to the feminine and therefore the ‘one true God’ to be worshipped instead of the illusory ‘maya’ of the world. Instead of subscribing to the stereotype of female energy being material and male energy being the superior one, it is necessary to view the higher self as gender neutral and the lower self as a spectrum of genders from masculine to feminine to hybrid gender forms being present in physical and mental reality. The Higher Self is unity consciousness or truth which is universal and not gender-specific in nature thereby allowing equal respect to all gender based personifications of deity. In simpler terms matter and energy are interchangeable and hence God or Goddess, what term you use in prayer, does not ideally matter as gender differences are observable only in the lower realms of the multiverse and that line too is being blurred.
  5. Angel Goddess versus Down to Earth Feminine: A great myth prevalent in the world has been one of an ‘angelic’ superiority. Long robes, white light, smiling face and kind eyes can easily be used to hide our inner wounds, our humble human self, and our distinct personality that is changeable. The fact that we all are divine, yet we fumble and learn our lessons in human form is something worthy of appreciation so that we remain grounded instead of being in an illusion of being ‘holier than thou’. Sometimes women feel then need to appear more benovelent and graceful than we should be due to the stress on being of an ‘angelic disposition’ leaving us wearing a mask that hides our true authentic self. To be able to be free of these stereotypes and to reveal our genuine and honest selves is an achievement that is sometimes underprized in society. Sometimes through meditation, people get zoned out and tranquilized to agree to everything, and be overly nice to everyone, even to the point that they are not able to speak up or take a moral stand against evil. Through the more down-to-earth spirituality of practical action, we can manifest our angelic goddess into reality of a happier planet for all creatures instead of merely focusing on personal healing through mindfulness or ‘self help’ for ourselves and human souls.
  6. Mother Goddess versus Self Realization: In society when it comes to the image of feminine, or ‘goddess’ the role of the female as mother is overhyped. Throughout the ages and across culture, it is believed that because we are born of the female womb, motherhood is the primary role of a woman who is an embodiment of the creator. An image of the ‘sacred cows’ of India comes to the forefront, those worshipped as mother but at the same time inhumanly enslaved to repetetively perform reproduction in order to enable stealing of their breastmilk meant for their infants.  The over-emphasis of fertility of earth and of the woman, in a primarily reproductive role also has led to over-population and an exploitation of the womb to an extent that women are shunned if unable to perform the ‘reproductive duty’ assigned to them by the social matrix. The important part is to understand that motherhood is not necessarily a virtue, it is by far, looking after our planet that is a true embodiment our divine higher self. However for this, we need to look after our own higher good too. We cannot be an unconditionally loving mother towards others, and deprive ourselves of our own higher calling of earth healing and ascension. Clearly producing and looking after more people is no longer meant to be for the highest good of our planet.

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Seven Ways to Raise the Image of the Divine Feminine

The Divine Feminine has regained its importance in the global arena of spiritual awakening. While western countries are seeing a steady collapse of patriarchal religious systems, women in eastern nations are also fighting against their rampant rape and abuse. What we truly need is to awaken the goddess within ourselves as the divine feminine or creative power in each one of us, regardless of gender or belief. Here are a few ways we can achieve that.

  1. Goddess as Empowered Feminine and not just Idols: Hordes of people in many states of India immerse larger than life goddess idols in water to celebrate Navratri each year after praying to these idols including Saraswati, Laxmi, Kali and the nine forms of Durga, in the hope of wish-fulfillment for career, relationships, protection and so on. It is indeed ironic that India is also a country notorious for rape and domestic abuse as depicted in the awareness campaign through images commissioned by Save the Children and Save the Sisters.  Instead of merely worshiping the goddess as a celestial or heavenly figure of religious belief, we can begin to see the goddess as nature and the power within all of us. When we flood our eco-system with garbage including idols in water-bodies we are not really serving the goddess or pleasing the divine feminine in any manner. Depictions of the goddess too need to transform to those that are self-empowering and not merely based on cultural stereotypes of domesticated feminine. (Img courtesy India Today).goddess_all_660_090613011540
  2. Acceptance of Menstruation and Feminine Physiology: The idea of feminine periodic cycles and reproductive process as something painful or shameful has been promoted in western texts such as the Bible where God is said to have denounced women as ‘unclean’ during periods and cursed Eve with labor pain. However the practice of regarding women as unclean during menstruation has been followed even in temples of India and Thailand. Male and female devotees of lord Ayappa have been vehemently protesting the supreme court verdict allowing females of menstrual age to visit the Sabrimala temple in Kerala, India. Some stories describe how the celibate lord could be ‘distracted’ by menstrual women between 10 to 50 years of age in order to keep menstruating women away, while some people in India believe menstruation to be impure as a basis of the restriction upon female visitors to many temples. There is a temple dedicated to worship of ‘the bleeding goddess’ Kamakhya in Assam, India, where ironically women are not allowed to enter during periods.  Perhaps women should simply reject such systems that condone their menstruation by respecting themselves and nature as divine.kamakhyawomen
  3. Virginity versus Higher Consciousness: The notion that a woman is holiest when she is a virgin is popularized in most patriarchal faiths, especially the Bible that notes that the Son of God was born miraculously of the ‘sinless’ Virgin Mary.  Feminine sexuality and sinfulness might have been equated in such faiths, however virginity is also highly desirable when it comes to sex and marriage with the Koran promising male Muslim faithfuls the pleasures of ravenous mating with several virgins in heaven, and the Bible being replete with references of very young virgins being sought after for marriage. In-fact a woman accused of not being a virgin at the time of marriage could be stoned to death according to Deuteronomy 22:13 by the men of the city if her parents could not produce evidence in front of the elders at the city gates of blood collected from the hymen on a cloth after the first night of intercourse. These archaic notions that prize a woman’s virginity as if she were an object of sexual consumption and treat her as ‘defiled’ if not a virgin need to have no place in society with focus instead on inner awakening and higher consciousness for both men and women as equals.virgin church72-houris
  4. Shiva-Shakti as Consciousness within us: Shiva is traditionally shown as the ultimate super-consciousness and creator yet visualized primarily in masculine form. The feminine as ‘his Shakti’ or power of nature whom Shiva controls like the Ganges in his hair is sometimes seen as the outer universe and not as higher consciousness. In ancient texts such as Vigyan Bhairava Tantra, lord Bhairava gives his gems of superior cosmic knowledge to the goddess Bhairavi to clear her ‘doubts’. Images such as these seem to promote a belief that feminine is usually the unconscious, receptive, passive or submissive self who needs to ‘respect’ the masculine and learn from masculine versions of god. Masculine superiority in the garb of tantra can often lead to sexual exploitation of female disciples in the name of ‘shakti’ while male gurus become the powerful ‘shiva’ figures of today. We need more female gurus as enlightened masters guiding our world into ascension, so that the feminine is not seen only as the phallus worshiping ‘sexual energy’ in tantra but as the super-consciousness within us. We need to be our own Shiva and our own Shakti regardless of the gender we were born in, instead of confirming to divine masculine or feminine stereotypes. lord-shiva-hd-wallpapers-1080p-6
  5. Independent Women and not merely Devoted Wife: In many images Mahalaxmi is depicted as massaging the feet of Mahavishnu as he sleeps and dreams up the universes. Goddesses such as Sita and Sati have burnt in fire to prove their love and purity to their husbands in this complex religious matrix that exonerates the image of ‘sati-savitri’ (virtuous wife) who regard husbands as ‘pati-parmeshwar’ (supreme lord). Religious images seem to confirm the notion of a devoted wife and mother who serves her master or lord with utmost sincerity. Few would depict the goddess as a self-realized master of herself. Independence and free will are not always a virtue of the goddesses who have been used to receiving roles of carers, supporters and consorts. We need to transform the image of the feminine to one of true inner power and personal independence. (Img http://www.hinduwebsite.com)vishnu-01sati-pratha
  6. Female Masters and not just Masculine Gurus: Images of male yogis, masters, sadhus, high-profile gurus, and saints, adorn our timelines with fewer feminine figures in the limelight. Men with beards, turbans and saffron robes are always in the forefront leading thousands of people in ‘satsangas’ and meditation groups. Women while being leaders in every professional front are yet to be seen as ‘gurus’ in major ways, although there are many who might be coming to the forefront slowly, yet most of these have been disciples and devotees of male gurus.nityaDayaMata
  7. Feminine Depictions of Angels and Ascended Masters: We are used to seeing a lot of masculine ascended masters in literature and published works, including names such as Gautama Buddha, Jesus Christ, Mahavtar Babaji and the ‘great white brotherhood’ of the new-age including Sananda, Ashtar and Sanat Kumara with the female masters being primarily Mother Mary and a few feminine deities of mythology. Similarly Archangels are usually depicted as male with feminine twin-flames for some of the qualities and traits they resonate with, for example Archangel Michael with Archeia Faith. Instead we need to see Angels and Archangels as gender-free energies of our higher self and the Archeias as their inner qualities that help us awaken to the higher levels of consciousness. We need to recognize ascended masters as our ascended self regardless of gender by seeing them in either masculine or feminine forms instead of as primarily male, for example we can envision Buddha or Christ energy in female form too.

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The Goddess without Stereotypes

As the world is moving from patriarchal religion based philosophies that exonerate a ‘male God’ towards an acceptance of the divine feminine, we see the word Goddess used ever so often. People typically see this word ‘goddess’ as the ‘outer energy’ of the world, the dancing ‘shakti’ of visible nature, the movements of seasons, cyclical moon-phases, changeable vibrations or flow and ebb. This is the traditional viewpoint of the Goddess, one which is still somewhat patriarchal and based in an indirect or subtle belief in a masculine God viewed as the ultimate creator and the feminine goddess as his Maya or vibration.

In this viewpoint that has been marketed to us through centuries of time, we have seen the Goddess as physicality in the form of a beautiful maiden or glamorous idol with gorgeous clothes, a desirable Aphrodite, Radha, Venus or Voluptas, or as a gentle and docile motherly being embodied as Sita, Kwan Yin or Lakshmi, a giver of love, or if we are feeling somewhat feminist, a warrior goddess such as Durga, Athena, Nike or a dark crone Kali and Hecate. Her traditional role – to give energy or Shakti to the masculine, to be the power of Shiva the God, to dance as the world in the form of Radha who loves the superhero Krishna along with his numerous Gopis and wives, or to be the provider or nature (Prakriti) to the unending needs of man (Purusha). She has been seen through the ages as the Kundalini or serpent-like energy controlled by the supreme Lord who wraps her above his head like river Ganges in his crown chakra. The goddess has been equated with the energetic universe that although vast and infinite, has an ultimate creator above her, visualized predominantly as God the masculine force.

How about if we start seeing the Goddess as the Supreme Creator, with the word ‘Goddess’ containing ‘God’ within, who is manifest as the world or universe, yet also simultaneously beyond it as the Source? How about seeing the ultimate being as a feminine and not just masculine form, as Goddess and not just as God? How about saying ‘Oh my Goddess’ instead of ‘Oh my God’ sometimes in your daily routine? We do not see a lot of people, including new age spiritualists do that very often, and although we might argue that the the word ‘God’ is used by us as a term beyond gender, why not try to see the word Goddess too in such a higher light. How about seeing the earthly manifestation or ‘avatar’ of the Supreme Creator as the female Christ consciousness born of the heavenly mother Goddess and not just as the Son of the heavenly Father.

This shift in consciousness or perception helps us let go of all these stereotypical images of the goddess as not just a sexual, reproductive and fertility based icon of seasonal shifts and earth energy, but also a higher trans-personal being with the masculine and feminine encased within herself. No longer is she merely a gender based ‘ultra feminine’ personification, but also a gender-free consciousness that can express as male, female or transgender, a consciousness that exists within  everyone. After-all gender is a notion that we all can and should rise above!

Enjoy this meditation to help unite the goddesses of the world into the higher Source being for personal ascension and earth-healing through Oneness consciousness and allow the divine feminine in you return to her true awakened self!

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