Christine Breese Advaita Enlightenment Awaken Shanti Om ESP




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Published on May 12, 2007

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Christine Breese is the founder of University of Metaphysical Sciences in California USA which offers Bachelors, Masters, Doctorate D.D. and Ph.D. degrees in metaphysical subjects. http://www.metaphysicsuniversity.com

Christine Breese is also the founder of Gaia Sagrada Retreat Center in Ecuador, South America. http://www.gaiasagrada.com

Christine speaks often of being still in the mind and being in the moment. This is only the beginning of enlightenment. After that, the experience of knowing the self that you are is ever deepening and the journey never truly ends.

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Spiritual awakening to the consciousness you are brings with it the awareness of the love in the nature of self. There is a deeper love than the human love you are familiar with. It is a love that tolerates all things, allows all things, and has compassion for all things. Advaita is the teaching of nonduality and it is meant to awaken the whole self that contains your human form. Many spiritual teachers have attempted to awake their fellow humans... krishnamurti nisargadatta ramana Buddha... all of these teachers have taught the concept of liberation through the spiritual awakening to the consciousness and awareness that is love itself in the awakened human form..." Christine Breese, satsang, spirit, advaita, enlightenment, consciousness...

"Awakening consciousness is the enlightenment that krishnamurti spoke of when he encouraged students to awaken and awake into the enlightenment consciousness that they already are. Esp is just a product of the mind, but advaita is about consciousness itself, rather than doing anything to attain enlightenment. The Buddha was able to awaken simply by observing his awakening consciousness that found itself to already be enlightenment. Consciousness is the awakening that students are looking for, and Krishnamurti, Nisargadatta, Ramana, all encourage the student to not be distracted by spiritual powers like esp, astral projection, lucid dreaming, etc. The awakening of the consciousness is what is most crucial to enlightenment..." shanti om

"The Buddha is within you, you are the Buddha. Life is your spiritual teacher, and just like Buddha, you learn from your life circumstatnces. The Buddha is not outside of you, the Buddha is within you, you are the Buddha..."

Awakening is not difficult, awakening is easy. Simply awaken the the awake state that you have within yourself. It is as simple as the way you awaken from a dream, awakening to your next day. Awakening is simply being awake in every moment that happens, no matter what that moment holds. Pleasant, non-pleasant, it's irrelevant, it is being in the awakened, awake, awakening state that is important..." shanti om

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