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  • Posted on: 24th April 2014 / in: GuruSingh

    Intricate Systems (Part I)

    The human body has, depending on size, around thirty to ninety trillion cells. Two hundred billion are in the brain alone. The cells are partly comprised of proteins which are encoded by RNA and DNA molecules – the crystals of photsphates and riboses (salts and sugars), with their labyrinths’ of light traveling through at a

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  • Posted on: 23rd April 2014 / in: GuruSingh, Time

    The Time Illusion (Part II)

    If you were to do nothing about karmic scorecard, it represents your fate – sticking with and stuck in, what you were born with. When you commit to taking to this fate, doing something about it, this fate transforms into destiny. Here, you influence what is given to you as fate, converting and shaping it

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  • Posted on: 22nd April 2014 / in: GuruSingh, Time

    The Time Illusion (Part I)

    The illusion of time is in fact an illusion – this doesn’t mean that it is unnecessary to work with. It means it is a puzzle, a riddle to master to, to work through and to not be ruled by. Remember that when you are unable to make a commitment, the illusion of time is

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  • Posted on: 21st April 2014 / in: Kundalini Yoga, Pressure, Story, Teaching

    Inventing the Sail Sounded Like a Crazy Idea 100,000 Years Ago

    If you told someone standing on the beach, “One day I am going to catch that wind and I am going to sail on a boat across that ocean”, they would look at you and think you are clinically insane. The solar system has channels. Scientists discovered that there are tunnels of gravity that move

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    The Breath We Are Currently Breathing (Part II)

    Einstein once said: “Observation establishes the observed.” The Buddha, on the other hand, said: “All positions and opinions are controlled by our observation.” Because your observation is asking for this world to change and become your preference, you don’t longer perceive what is, but rather the tension created by the absence of your preferences. You’ve

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  • Posted on: 18th April 2014 / in: GuruSingh

    The Breath We Are Currently Breathing (Part I)

    Living in “normal” worldly consciousness, one perceives and then prefers the perceived to be a particular way – either somewhat different or a great deal different. This produces the tension of preference, and time arises from this tension and agitation. The past is created from a memory of preference in the breath we’re currently breathing.

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  • Posted on: 17th April 2014 / in: GuruSingh

    Make Peace with Everything

    How many times have you caught a ball? Do you know that we don’t actually “catch”” a ball, but rather set up and wait for the ball to arrive? It is the calculations and calibrations before the ball arrives – no matter how short or long this takes – that determines the accuracy of the

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  • Posted on: 16th April 2014 / in: GuruSingh, Teaching

    Blessing of the day from Guru Singh

    How the blessings of our lives can hide amongst the challenges and dramas is the fuel that maintains the mystery. Being calm and neutral in the face of this mystery is the fuel that contains our mastery.  Our prayer is for your mastery. Sat Nam.

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  • Posted on: 15th April 2014 / in: GuruSingh

    Shunya: The Infinite Void

    In meta-physics, we know that the universe is only a part of a far vaster multi-verse. Each individual universe within this multiple system has its own central sun, the “bang” driving creation forward. Like bacterial spores in a petri dish, these spots of creation have sprouted in more than one location at once. Like the

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  • Posted on: 14th April 2014 / in: GuruSingh

    The Five Levels Of Human Development

    There are five levels to the full development of human consciousness. It is scheduled to unfold within the following chronology: 0 to 3 years old – envy and frustration 3 to 7 years old – jealousy and anger 7 to 12 years old – observation and determination 12 to 18 years old – imagination and

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