Is it possible for a causal body to devolve and take lower forms? How old are we? How to get out of cyclic existence or devolution? What happens to a causal body eventually? Let us speculate and see this wild ride the existence is giving us all.
Where are my spiritual guides? What can I do to make myself worthy of being guided? Does the universal mind help seekers? How can I bypass this whole trouble of spiritual evolution?
Continuing from our previous meeting on the topic, we will explore some advanced techniques for exploring the universal mind. See their advantages or disadvantages, and their implications on the life of a practitioner of these techniques. We will see what pitfalls are there on this path of techniques, and what is the real purpose of taking them up.
The links shared in this meeting are following:
Universal Mind is the manifested existence. Continuing from our previous meetings on the topic, we will take a baby step towards establishing the universal mind, via direct experiences. This will be more of an unlearning experience rather than a learning one. All one needs to do is thoroughly question one's everyday waking experience, and arrive at a place of not knowing. As soon as the dirt of beliefs is cleared, the knowledge then shines by itself.
In the second part on the topic of the universal mind, some ways and methods to explore the universal mind are discussed in brief. There are three broad ways to approach the Universal Mind:
2. Ordinary experiences
3. Extraordinary experiences
3.1 Everyday extraordinary experiences
3.2 Rare extraordinary experiences
3.3 Brute force methods
3.4 Elegant methods
3.5 Permanent experiences
In this meeting the concept of universal mind is presented in brief. Universal mind is all that which can be experienced, all that which is manifested. There are various theories and models of its structure and organization or ontology. Some of them are presented here. This is the part one of two on this topic.