• ANCIENT KNOWLEDGE + Eric Pepin + SPIRITUALITY •
Our culture places such emphasis on physical beauty, having objects, owning property, and
acquiring money that we're willing to beat ourselves into the ground to obtain these things.
We're willing to learn equations, systematic approaches, and structuralization,
but we've forgotten the essence and beauty of who we really are.
This is the pain that we often feel.
We have assumed mastery of the external world
and neglected the internal.
Our thoughts,the things we experience in our lives, are what make our frequency.
If we experience and reflect upon and do negative things,
our tonal is never rich or high enough because all of
these things are converted into our frequencies.
Our energy vibration.
As we become more anxious and react in a flustered manner, we have to keep in mind the organs in our bodies are having the same reaction.
So are all of the biochemical-producing glands in our bodies, creating an abundance beyond what they should.
It creates a chain reaction within us, which leads to imbalance, whether it is psychological, physical, depression, health ailments, or telling ourselves to create cancer, tumors, or high blood pressure.
With proper meditation, it serves to increase your own vibration.
The idea is to escape it so we can achieve it.
Remember, escape it to achieve it.
This is a very powerful statement to reflect upon.
In order to do something, we have to understand its meaning; otherwise, it is pointless to do what we don't understand.
The planet is a living organism
and the human race
is the central nervous system of the planet.
All species of life serve as some greater or lower protozoan organism of life.
Meaning, we have red and white cells, and other living organisms in our bodies.
We are energy beings coexisting in a physical body.
When we touch or smell something, our physical bodies convert the experience into energy and our brains experience it for us.
One aspect, and certainly not completely the only truth, is the shimmering and reflective property of water causes us to reflect. This was the first mirror. When primitive man looked into water, it was the first time they actually saw themselves.
We had to have asked: Is this all I am? Is this reflection who I am?
Is it from this being I see this place my sight comes from—is this who I am?
It began what I refer to as the first reflection of creating a soul.
Inner-reflection facilitates the awakening of our souls.
It's energy takes on a shape or body within us.
We must sit and simply listen,
internalize and remove all thoughts, calm our minds and then
allow God to approach us in such a way that we're ready to listen.
when we meditate, the first thing we learn to do is
control the part of our minds that has unknowingly controlled us.
We always thought we were in control; these are our thoughts.
However, they're not our thoughts.
Prana needs us to be calm.
The Force doesn't want us to feel negativity.
We need to stop and clear our minds to remain calm.
We need to recognize meditation is a choice; we choose to meditate.
The more we meditate,
the more we maintain a higher consciousness.
It allows us to keep one foot in the realm of possibilities where we feel complete, wholesome.
It is a place where we find a balance between this reality and dealing with life, serving and helping the world and mankind, but in another place.
We find the solitude, peacefulness, and completeness of what we're looking for, so the balance is Higher Balance; being in two different places at once,
being a third, and being in the middle.
When we talk about all these other personalities inside us, the organic brain starts telling us, "You need to do this; you need to do that."
We always thought it was us.
Eric Pepin (Author) Meditation within Eternity:
Remember one thing: we're always gaining ground, gaining Prana.
There's no such thing as a bad meditation.
We are energy, a consciousness of energy that must be observed, studied, and contemplated.
We must understand our inner-dimensions, inner-vibrations, and inner- consciousness.
We can vibrate our consciousness to approach a vibration where God exists.
The sixth sense is the window to finding God.
The sixth sense is still there but we separated ourselves from it.
It is only through developing this sense when we may connect with what we are seeking.
So, when we meditate or do spiritual work, what we're really doing is trying to develop that sixth sense,
which has been ignored, not been dealt with, and not been trained or developed.
What happens when we start to use our sixth sense?
Our dimensional world comes forward, we begin to see more of reality than others.
We see more spirits, entities, dimensional things, and energy.
This is what makes us angelic in the end and refines us into enlightenment.
That's what makes us compassionate, beautiful, and understanding.
Once we have a greater palette of understanding, we realize how trite things like ego and things related to it really were when we had a limited understanding of them.
A very effective way to do this is through the use of a Mantra.
A mantra is a word or phrase, usually in Sanskrit, which is repeated mentally, and gives the mind a point of focus.
It is a simple but very powerful technique for training the mind that has been used in meditation for millennia.
This is often termed, Self-Realization.
Here the capitalized ‘Self’ signifies that we are talking about something other than the regular everyday ‘self’ as we experience it.
It refers to what is variously called the Higher Self, the Supreme Consciousness, God, Allah etc.
What Albert Einstein referred to as ‘the Supreme Intelligence’.
the goal of meditation is to realize that you are God.
Now I know that sounds kind of hard.
Or perhaps even unlikely or impossible,
or perhaps you are not sure whether or not God exists.
Nevertheless, the yogis who first developed meditation in ancient India more than 7000 years ago (to get a little perspective on this, Buddha lived about 2500 years ago) were very clear that this is the ultimate purpose of spiritual meditation.
They called this Dhyana, which is one of the eight limbs of Astaunga Yoga.
So what should we focus on in meditation?
Your brain is the vibrational center of your body.
there is a focus of these vibrations, called the solar plexus.
IT's like a lens focusing light.
The solar plexus focuses these vibrations and then sends them out again to all parts of the body,
and out into your aura to keep things balanced.
That is why when you meditate and open yourself up to absorb vibrations to replenish your vibrations,
you should picture them entering through the top of your head and then going down to your solar plexus.
So that the solar plexus can spread these vibrations out to your body where they are needed so that
all will be in balance.
charge the solar plexus.
Revitalizes the body & Aura
When you're going through each chakra, make sure you also charge the solar plexus.
That way it revitalizes your body, but you also need to be sure that you revitalize your aura as well, which extends way beyond your body.
And so, make sure you send an extra jolt of energy to the solar plexus, to make sure that your aura is being revitalized to its very limits to help protect you from any harm that may come in your direction.
And then, any excess energy, yes, should be sent out through the soles of your feet into the Earth mother.
It's recharging your aura, and helps protect you when your defenses are down, like when you're asleep.
It is wise to do extra things to protect yourself during the day.
Either by picturing your aura as being brilliantly white or golden, or by picturing a pyramid of energy around you.
By whatever method you are comfortable with, because when you are interacting with other people you need extra protection.
But at night, in the privacy of your home when you're going to sleep, the protection of your aura should be sufficient.
You may want to picture a pyramid of energy around you just before going to sleep, but you won't need to worry about it.
You'll be protected during the night while you're asleep, because the subconscious does a very good job of it.