Moksha is reached upon the dissolution of the ego through experiences which remove its filter and limitation from the consciousness stream. This is achieved through the removal of ignorance from the consciousness, allowing love, compassion, patience, and insight to enter into the consciousness. The removal of ignorance from the soul involves moral perfection which reflects the true emotion and intent of the true absolute Self, as well as the perfection of the discipline and insight required to observe the reality of the present moment as well as the interconnectedness of all phenomena and consciousness within it. After the dissolution of the body in which the soul is incarnated during Awakening and Moksha, the consciousness is fully released back to the experience of the true Self which is “Nirvana”. “Nirvana” is absolute silence, equanimity, and peace. Within Nirvana, form and vibration arise, as it does so within the potential of the absolute silence, but there is no illusory identification with the form, and thus no formation of ego, so peace and equanimity is maintained and suffering is not experienced, unlike the cycles of reincarnation of consciousness or souls within manifestation, which is referred to in Sanskrit as “Samsara”. One may even say that in reality, what may be called “God”, is, “the ultimate silence from which, and within, all vibration manifests form, and thus experience”. This stillness is in reality, awareness or consciousness itself, as anything

Christianity vs Hinduism

This is a video of some of my thoughts about the two religions I know the most about, to find God, if there is one. I encourage you to comment and tell me what you think. thanks for watching. The song used in this film called, Crystal Lakes, was downloaded for free online. From the artist Gribal.

What is Meditation?

Visit www.MindLaws.com Meditation is a common word thrown around in new age circles, but what exactly is it? There may be so-called “various forms” of meditation, but do they have a common end? The end which is the end of duality, or the sense of separation? Jiddu Krishnamurti and Dr. Allan W. Anderson are having a discussion to find out what meditation is. This is an excerpt from their 18 hour discussion for PBS in 1974. If you would like to watch the entire series (which I recommend) visit http

Spiritual protection & Divine intervention

Dear Family of Light! I was guided to make a short video about Spiritual protection and Divine intervention. Here is the video from DivineMiracles: www.youtube.com The article: www.devinemiracles.com Remember that we are all Divine alchemists and we can create miracles! Spirit works in mystical and mysterious ways! Within Divine Love, Polona PS Thank You everyone for subscribing to my channel, I AM happy there are 1000 people already who are connecting to Ascension Pioneers!

Spirit Science 8 - Meditation

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How has Gnosticism invaded “Christianity”?

Do you really believe that KNOWLEDGE will save you? How does “faith like a child” factor in? Are we placing the most value on the ones that love like Christ and have faith like a child - or those with LOTS of trivia, ancient languages and big words? Who is an elder really? The one that gets their prayers answered and hears God and walks full of the “Fruits of the Spirit” - or the guy that sat through the most lectures and endured long enough to get a piece of paper? I’ve been taught by the Lord, not by man. How about you? More at www.FellowshipOfTheMartyrs.com

A Brief History Of Judaism

It has been worked out that around 80% of the world’s population believe in one religion or another (and there are lots of them), but about 70% of those are adherents to the big four. The four biggest religions are: Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism. Judaism is the forerunner of both Islam and Christianity.

The Hebrew Bible recounts the history of the world and the story of the journey of the people from creation, all through the flood to the arrival in the Promised Land, or from Mesopotamia to Canaan, led by Abraham.

The descendants of Abraham and his people were enslaved by the Egyptians and did not manage to escape until Moses led them out of captivity. During this journey, Moses was given the Ten Commandments from God and they went on to be the bedrock of Jewish law and custom although there is no doubt that the Jewish way of life has developed from this period in the Tenth Century before Christ.

The sacred writings of the Hebrew Bible or Masorah are separated into twenty-four books. However, the same texts are divided up into thirty-nine books in the Chirtian Bible’s Old Testament. The Torah or The Law was being written at this time but it was altered and updated between the Tenth and Fifth Centuries before Christ.

In addition to the Hebrew scriptures, there is a rich tradition of ancient oral commentary known as the Talmud, which is a huge compilation of the Oral Law. The Talmud is the accepted authority for Orthodox Jews.

Judaism is the most ancient monotheistic religion known to the West. Jews believed in one God whilst all of the known world believed in pantheism or many gods like the Ancient Greeks. The name of God in the Jewish language is Yahweh and they believe that Yahweh agreed a covenant with His people to take care of them for ever as long as they were devoted exclusively to him.

In the Jewish belief, sin is the unashamed disregard of God’s will and that is punishable by God in a comparable fashion to the Buddhist belief in karma.. The purpose of following God’s Law is being welcomed into His Kingdom.

Jews worship in synagogues in congregations led by Rabbis who are thought of as Teachers or Masters (as in the old style of calling teachers, ‘masters’) rather than as monks or vicars. The Jewish Sabbath is not the Sunday as in Christianity, but is observed from sunset Friday until sunset Saturday night.

The most significant holidays or holy days in the Jewish calendar are: Rosh Hashanah (New Year); Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement); Hanukah (Festival of Lights) and Pesach (Passover). The Jewish nation does not celebrate Christmas because they believe that the Son of God is still yet to be born. They see Jesus as a prophet in the same manner as the Muslims do.

There are three predominant branches of modern Judaism which are: Orthodox Judaism; Reform Judaism and Conservative Judaism. Some of these branches of Judaism are more prevalent in some countries than others.

Owen Jones, the writer of this piece writes on many subjects but is currently concerned with Easter.If you would like to read more, please go over to our web site entitled Celebrating Easter