Posts Tagged dharma

Why Alchemy Is an Oral Tradition

Every now and then, someone sends me an email asking where they can learn about Alchemy. That’s what I teach is all about! But there seems to be a misunderstanding. I think the question they are asking is “Where can I find books or information without making an investment in working 1-on-1.”

Throughout history, Alchemy has been an oral tradition directly transferred from masters to students. Very little of it is written, the exception being 2 books from my Alchemy teacher Jacques Tombazian who died last November.

The reason Alchemy has always been an oral tradition is because it is a transfer of consciousness. It is not just knowledge and information. Just like if you want to get a Reiki attunement, there is no book you can read that will do it. You must have a master directly work on you. With the proper knowledge of meditation, you can open up your dan-tiens and chakras but it may take years of meditation, whereas I can open them in 10 seconds. That is the difference.

Giving you the details of the Alchemy work I do would be pointless unless you are in the right state of mind to integrate it and apply it, and I know from experience that most don’t follow at all when I say things that are too disconnected from their beliefs system. It has to be experienced. Nothing speaks like reality. That is why Alchemy will always remain an oral tradition and why you must experience it for …Read More

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True Essence vs False Ego

Stillness is about transcending your ego. The force of life is about connecting with your true essence. The difference between both is the greatest unsolved mystery keeping most spiritual people penny-less and keeping most others away from spirituality. It is the biggest “unconscious avoidance” value conflict that everybody has in some form or another. It’s worth exploring this deeper.

Traditional spirituality and stillness meditation is about transcending your ego. The goal is to silence your mind and detach yourself from any self-identity in order to be fully in the present moment without any attachment to the past or to the future. This brings an enlightened state of peace and oneness with the universe. Just think about Buddha or Tibetan monks.

Connecting with your true essence means to be fully connected and aligned with your emotions, physical body and sexuality to bring more life to all those around you. It has much more grounded presence and motion to it. Rock-stars are very connected to their true essence, so are conscious entrepreneurs. They are people who have a big vision and who want to have a positive impact on the people around them and in the world.

When you look at these two facets of life for what they really are, you can think of every single conscious person you know and put them in either one of these 2 categories. There are currently very few people on the planet who are fully connected to both. This is one of the greatest guarded secrets that …Read More

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The Danger of Energy Healing

I just made it to Thailand and found a good apartment for the upcoming event in Bangkok. I visited the condominiums around the city and turns out the price for furnished apartments range between $1100 (for studio) and $5000 (for 4 bedrooms) for a furnished apartment, only with yearly contracts! Someone pointed out that there wasn’t much construction between 1996 and 2007 because of the Asian crisis, so all these big luxurious building towers were built in the last 5 years and are brand new, and are almost all sold out. Other apartments in older buildings range between $200 and $500 per month… and there’s nothing in the $500-$1100 price range!! Turns out the best place was in the building I randomly moved in the first day, as they do daily and monthly rents, in their larger penthouse on the top floor with no neighbors.

Now there’s something I’ve seen happening with several clients and I really want to address. There are some of you who have strong emotional or health issues and are willing to do anything to resolve them. Then, some clients went to see powerful energy healers to resolve that issue, and the problem went away. That’s really great… but it brought them into a passive state of contentment where their current reality is now more comfortable than what they truly want in life.

There are so many people living unfulfilling but tolerable situations. It has become a norm in our society. Quite frankly, I cannot do anything to …Read More

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Thailand Live Event Greatly Upgraded

I’m still digesting the recent breakthrough about Dharma Spirituality and its implications, but what difference does that make in your life? If you are reading this, I suppose you want more happiness, purpose and wealth in your life. You may have read various books about spirituality and self-development. Yet, you don’t see the results. At least not at the level you truly desire. You’re still struggling, hitting a plateau and banging your head against the wall (that hurts).

The first thing you have to realize is that modern spirituality (as well as ancient eastern spirituality) often teaches to transcend or suppress desires as they are the source of suffering. That is not actually true. Suffering comes from the attachment to those desires, not from the desires themselves. Since your life purpose comes as a burning desire, suppressing desires also means suppressing your life purpose. Spirituality acknowledges the importance of Dharma and living your purpose, but if you cut the desire part of it, you only connect to that purpose as intuition and inspiration. That’s not enough to propel you into action. Suppressing desires also means suppressing the human aspect of life as well as sexuality, which also takes away the drive to move forward. Thus, the ideal of transcending all desires lead to a passive state with intuition and inspiration leading to a purpose, but without desire or drive to move forward. That’s why few spiritual people ever put what they learn into action to actually help others.

The other thing I …Read More

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12 Core Principles of Dharma Spirituality

Dharma Spirituality is the shameless expression of your heart’s deepest desires. It’s not about living a more spiritual life. It’s about living a more human life IN alignment with spirit.

Here are the 12 core principles of Dharma Spirituality.

1. You are perfect and unlimited at your core. That perfection is covered with mud. It’s not about developing awareness and abilities. It’s about uncovering what already is.

2. You have no spiritual, emotional, financial, health or relational problems in your life, none whatsoever. All you have are situations for which you are not conscious of the solution. Every problem or challenge has a solution that can resolve it right now.

3. Inner growth and transformation is the most important thing, as your thoughts, feelings and circumstances are a direct reflection of that. By letting your own light shine, you also give others permission to shine.

4. Skepticism is a good thing. Question everything, especially your own thoughts and opinions. Once you learn Dharma Spirituality, it becomes your own. Experiment with it and deepen your understanding in your own ways. Do not draw conclusions as it closes your mind to further questioning.

5. We are all connected through a spiritual plane that organizes creation through time and space. Intuition, desires, psychic perceptions and dreams are directly connected to that plane which is regulated by very specific laws.

6. Emotions are energies in motion. Thus, we communicate and interact with the world through our emotions via the spiritual plane.

7. For quantum growth, work only with universal laws and energy, …Read More

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