Saturday, March 25, 2017

Offering to the sacred flame: We continue to recognize excellence FOREVER AND EVER indeed! Burp! @ It Has Been Decided...

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to the plant kingdom thank you!
to the animal kingdom thank you!
to the mineral kingdom thank you!
 to the human kingdom thank you!
to the star nations thank you!
to all of my relations thank you kikirikiki  

It has been honoree Dolores Huerta #unforgettable in every way! thank you for your legacy of excellence and creating an easier softer way for us all salud y prosperida como te dije@chimichangas@choclosdemaizconmole pues claro
We love you forever!!

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Today, We gives specias thanks to Jimmy from Wikipidia for being honest! thanks Jimmy, keep up the good work! back to you puchecas! ay, carajo, you know it tus cosas!
Muy bueno to do pues

We sher because we care! Right? Right? Right
This year of 2017 has been very nice, everybody very nice, and done a lot of things and stuff and very nice, and you know it and, and I remembe, and  despues..
Got to go bye!
And, More later pomise. Sank you very much! 

Como dizen los gringitos finally something we can read! We have a face for radio@
It has been decided @ Naciones Unidas del espiritu
Best video of the year. Thank you for all your efforts
Here is looking at you kid!

United Nations of the Spirit - Naciones Unidas del Espíritu from Eco Visuales.

verse of the year:

Namu TenRi Ono  Mikoto yoshi

We are gonna get healthy It has been decided!

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How It Works

Rarely have we seen a person failed who has thoroughly follow our path. those who do not recover are people who cannot or will not completely give themselves to this simple program usually men and women who are constitutionally incapable of being honest with themselves.
There are such unfortunates they are not at fault; they seem to have been born that way.  They are naturally incapable of grasping and developing a manner of living which demands rigorous honesty. Their chances are less than average. There are, those, who suffer grave emotional and mental disorders, but many of them recover if they have the capacity to be honest. 

Our stories disclose in a general way what we use to be like, what happened, and what we are now. If you have decided you want what we have and are willing to go to any length to get it. Then you are ready to take certain steps. 
At some of these we balked. We thought, we could find an easier softer way,  but we could not. With all earnestly  at our command. We beg of you to be fearless and thorough from the very start. Some of us have tried to hold on to old ideas but the result was nil until we let go absolutely.
Remember that we deal with alcohol- cunning, baffling and powerful! Without help it is too much for us. But there is One who has all the power - that one is God. May you find him now!

Esta es la version en audio de los Doce Pasos y Dose Tradiciones de Alcoholicos Anonimos

audio. AA 12 Steps And 12 Traditions. Topics AA, Alcoholics Anonymous, 12 Steps and Traditions. AA 12 steps and traditions

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Step One

“We admitted we were powerless over alcohol – that our lives had become unmanageable.”

Who  cares to admit complete defeat? Practically no one, of course. Every natural instinct cries out against the idea of personal powerlessness. It is truly awful to admit that, glass in hand, we have warped our minds into such an obsession for destructive drinking that only an act of Providence can remove it from us.
            No other kind of bankruptcy is like this one. Alcohol, now become the rapacious creditor, bleeds us of all self- sufficiency and all will to resist its demands. Once this stark fact is accepted, our bankruptcy as going human concerns is complete.
            But upon entering A.A We  soon take quite another view of this absolute humiliation. We perceive that only through utter defeat are we able to take our first steps toward liberation and strength. Our admissions of personal powerlessness finally turn out to be firm bedrock upon which happy purposeful lives may be built.
            We know that little good can come to any alcoholic who joins A.A. unless he has firs accepted his devastating weakness and all its consequences. Until he so humbles himself, his sobriety- if any- will be precarious. Of real happiness he will find none at all. Proved beyond doubt by an immense experience, this is one of the facts of A.A life.
The principle that we shall find no enduring strength until we first admit complete defeat is the main taproot from which our whole Society has sprung and flowered.
            When first challenged to admit defeat, most of us revolted. We had approached  A.A. expecting to be taught self -confidence. Then we  had been told that so far as alcohol is concerned, self- confidence was no good whatever, in fact, it was a total liability. Our sponsors declared that we were victims of a mental obsession so subtly powerful that no amount of human willpower could break it. There was,  they said , no such thing as personal conquest of this compulsion by the unaided will. Relentlessly deepening our dilemma, our sponsors pointed out our increasing sensibility to alcohol- an allergy, they called it. The tyrant alcohol wield a double edged sword over us: First we  were smitten by an insane urged that condemned us to go on drinking, and then by an allergy of the that insured we would ultimately destroy ourselves in the process. Few indeed were those, who assailed, had ever won through in single handed combat. It was a statistical that alcoholics almost never recover on their own resources. And this has been true, apparently, ever since man had first crushed grapes.
            In A,A,’s pioneering time, no one but the most desperate cases could swallow and digest this unpalatable truth. Even these “last-gaspers” often had difficulty how hopeless they actually were. But a few did, and when  these laid hold of A.A. principles with a the fervor with which the drowning seize life preservers, they almost invariably got well. That is why the first edition of the book “alcoholics anonymous” published when our membership was small, dealt with low-bottom cases only. Many less desperate alcoholics tried A.A., but did not succeed because they could not make the admission of hopelessness.
            It is tremendous satisfaction to record that in the following years this changed. Alcoholics who still had their health, their families, their jobs, and even two cars in the garage, began to recognize their alcoholism. As this trend grew, they were joined by young people who were scarcely more than potential alcoholics. They were spared that last ten or fifteen years of literal hell the rest of us had gone through. Since Step One require and admission that our lives have become unmanageable, how could people like us these take this step?
            It was obviously necessary to raise the bottom the re of us hit to the point where it could not hit them. By going back in our own drinking stories, we could not show that years before we realized it we were out of control, that our drinking even then was no mere habit, that it was indeed the beginning of a fatal progression. To the doubters we could say, “Perhaps you are not an alcoholic after all. Why don’t you try some more controlled drinking, bearing in mind meanwhile  we have told you about alcoholism?” This attitude brought immediate and practical results. It was then discovered that when one alcoholic had planted in the mind of another the true nature of his malady, that person could never be the same again. Following every spree, he would say to himself, “Maybe those A.A’’s were right…” after a few such experiences, often years before the onset of extreme difficulties, he would return to us convinced.  He had hit bottom as truly as any of us, John Barleycorn himself had become our best advocate.
            Why all this insistence that every A.A. must hit bottom first? The answer is that few people will sincerely try to practice A.A. program unless they had hit bottom. For practicing the A.A. program unless they have hit bottom firs? The answer is that few people will sincerely try to practice the A.A. program unless they have hit bottom. For practicing A.A.’s remaining eleven Steps means the adoption of attitudes and actions that almost no alcoholic who is still drinking can dream of taking. Who wishes to be rigorously honest and tolerant? Who wants to confess his faults to another and make restitution to harm done? Who cares anything about Higher Power, let alone meditation and prayer? Who wants to sacrifice time and energy in trying to carry A.A.’s message to the next sufferer? No,  the average alcoholic, self- centered in the extreme, doesn’t care for this prospect – unless he has to do these things in order to stay alive himself.
            Under the lash of alcoholism, we are driven to A.A., and there we discovered the fatal nature of our situation. Then, and only then, do we become as open minded to conviction and as willing to listen as the dying can be. We stand ready to do anything which will lift the merciless obsession from us.

“Came to believe that a power greater than ourselves will restore us to sanity.”

The moment they read Step 2, most A.A. new comers are confronted with a dilemma, sometimes a serious one. How often do we hear them cry out “Look what you people have done to us! You have convinced us that we are alcoholics and that our lives have become unmanageable. Having reduced us to a state of absolute helplessness, you now declare that none but a Higher Power can remove our obsession. Some of us won’t believe in God,  others can’t and still others who do believe that God exists have no faith He will perform a miracle. Yes, you got us over the barrel, all right – but where do we go from her?’
Let’s look first at the case of the one who says he wont believe- the belligerent one. He is in a state of mind which can be described only as savage. His whole philosophy of life, in which he so gloried, is threatened.  It’s bad enough, he thinks, to admit alcohol has him down for keeps. But now, still smarting from admission, he is faced with something really impossible. How he does cherish the thought that man, risen so majestically from a single cell in the primordial ooze, is the spearhead of evolution and therefore the only god that his universe knows! Must he renounce all this to save himself?
            At this juncture, his A.A. sponsor usually laughs. This the newcomer thinks, is just about the last straw. This is the beginning of the end. And so it is: the beginning of the end of his old life, and the beginning of  his emergence into a new one. His sponsor probably says, “Take it easy, The hoop you have jump through is a lot wider than you think. At least I found it so. So did a friend of mine was one-time vice president of the American Atheist Society, but he through with room to spare.”
                        “Well,” says the newcomer, “I know you’re telling me the truth. It’s no doubt a fact that A.A. is full of people who once believed  as I do. But just how, in these circumstances, does a fellow ‘take it easy”? That’s what I want to know”
                        “That,” agrees the sponsor, “is a very good question indeed. I think I can tell you exactly how to relax. You won’t have to work at it very hard, either. Listen, if you will , to these three statements. First, Alcoholic Anonymous does not demand that you believe in anything. All of its Twelve Steps are but suggestions. Second, to get sober and to stay sober, you don’t have to swallow Step Two right now, Looking back, I find that I took it piecemeal myself.  Third, all you really need is an open mind. Just resign from the debating society and quit bothering yourself with such a deep questions as whether it was the hen or the egg that came first, Again I say, all you need is the open mind.”
                         The sponsor continues “Take for example, my own case. I had a scientific schooling. Naturally I respected, venerated, even worshiped science. As a matter of fat, I still do-all except the worship part. Time after time my instructors held up to me the basic principle of all scientific progress; search and research, again and again, always with an open mind.
            When I first looked at A.A. my first reaction was just like yours. This A.A. business, I thought, is totally unscientific. This I can’t swallow. I simply won’t consider such nonsense.
                       “ Then I woke up. I had to admit that A.A. showed results, prodigious results, I saw that my attitude regarding these had been anything but scientific. It wasn’t A.A that had the closed mind, it was me. The minute I stopped arguing, I could begin to see and feel. Right there, Step Two gently and very gradually began to infiltrate my life. I can’t say upon what occasion or upon what day I came to believe in a Power greater than myself, but I certainly have to belief now. To acquire it, I had only to stop fighting and practice the rest of A.A’s program as enthusiastically as I could.

                        This is only one man’s opinion based on his own experience, of course. I must quickly assure you that A.A.’s tread innumerable paths in their quest for faith. If you don’t care for the one I suggested, you’ll be sure to discover one that suits if only you look and listen. Many a man like you has begun to solve the problem by the method of substitution. You can, if you wish make A.A itself your “higher power.” Here’s a very large group of people who have solved their alcohol problem. In this respect they are certainly a power greater than you, who have not even come close to a solution.  Surely you can have faith in them. Even this minimum faith will be enough. You will find many members who have crossed the threshold just this way. All of them will tell you that, once across, their faith broadened and deepened. Relieve of the alcohol obsession, their lives unaccountably transformed, they came to believe in a higher Power, and most of them began to talk of God”

“ made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood him”

            PRACTICING Step Three is like the opening of a door which to all appearances is still closed and locked. All we need is a key, and it is called willingness. Once unlocked by willingness, the door opens almost of itself, and looking through it, we shall see a pathway beside which is an inscription. It reads: “ This is the way  to a faith that works.” In the first two Steps we were engaged in reflection. We saw that we were powerless over alcohol, but we also perceived that faith of some kind, if only in A.A. itself., is possible to anyone. These conclusion did not require action; they require acceptance.
            Like all the remaining Steps, Step Three calls for affirmative action, for it is only by action that we can cut away the self-will which has always blocked the entry of God- or, if you like, a Higher Power – into our lives. Faith to be sure, is necessary, but faith alone can avail nothing. We can have faith, yet keep Good out of our lives. Therefore our problem now becomes just how and by what specific means shall we be able to let Him in.  Step Three  represents  our first attempt  to do this fact, in the effectiveness of the whole A.A. program will rest upon how well and earnestly we have tried to become to “a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him.”
            To every worldly and practical minded beginner. This Step looks hard, even impossible. No matter how much one wishes to try, exactly how can he turn his own will and his own life over to the care of God he thinks there is? Fortunately, we who have tried it, and with equal misgiving, can testify that anyone, anyone, at all can begin to do it. We can further add that a beginning, even the smallest, is all that is needed. Once  we have placed the key of willingness in the lock and have the door ever so slightly open, we find that we can always open it some more. Though self  will slam it shut again, as it frequently  does, it will always respond to the moment we again pick up the key of willingness.
            Maybe this all sounds mysterious and remote, some thing like Einstein theory of relativity or a proposition in nuclear physics. It isn’t all.  Lets look  at how practical it actually is. Every  man and woman who has joined A.A. and intends to stick has, without realizing it, made a beginning on Step Three. Isn’t t true that I n all matters touching upon alcohol, each of them decided to turn  his or her  life over to the care, protection, and guidance of Alcohol Anonymous? Already a willingness has been achieved to cast out one’s own will and one’s own ideas about the alcohol problem in favor of those suggested by A.A. Any willing newcomer feels sure A.A. is the only safe harbor for the foundering vessel has become. Now, if this not turning one’s will and life over to a newfound Providence, then what is it?
            But suppose that instinct still cries out, as certainly will, Yes respecting alcohol, I guess I have to be dependent upon A.A., but in all other matters I must still maintain my independence. Nothing is going to turn me into a nonentity. If I keep on turning my life and my will over to the care  of Something or Somebody else, what will become of me? I’ll look like the hole in the doughnut.” This, of course, is the process by which instinct and logic always seek bolster egotism, and so frustrates spiritual development. The trouble is that this kind of thinking takes no real account of the facts. And the facts seem to be these: The more we become willing to depend upon a higher Power, the more independent we actually are. Therefore dependence, as A.A. practices it, is really a means of gaining trues independence of the spirit.

            Let’s examine for a moment this idea of dependence at the level of everyday living. In this area it is startling to discover how dependent we really are, and how unconscious of that dependence….

God, I offer myself to thee to build with me and to do with me as though wilt. Relieved me of the bondage of self, that I may better do thy will. Take away my difficulties, that victory over them may bear witness to
Those I would help of Thy power, Thy love and Thy way of life.

Ans We continue to recognize excellence@Newaageofactivism Honoree SriLa B.A Paramadvati Swami Maharaj # Cuz YodKnowET Tus Cosas! #Ican'tbelieveIamstillsober

Om Hear now the hym, of Sri Guru Gita
This sung is sang to Bhagavan Shiva
It's melody is plain and terse;
Sri Guru Paramatma is it's God

Its words of power are "Ham" and Sah";
Sri Guru's Prasada may be won; chant this day this song of love

"Ham and "Sah" are symbols of the Guru's eyes. He is the source of the universe, by his will He appears in living form on earth lifting up the hearts of all

Free of bonds, He is everywhere eternally deathless spirit, God divine 
Everywhere He is manifesting as the world: On His feet one's mind should rest.

I sing this song to win the gift of love, Along with Liberation.

1.Parvathi came to serve her Lord Shiva, seated on a beautiful Mount Kailas; With deep devotion she bowed Her head, In reverent voice she said;

2. I surrender to Thee, O adorable Lord, Supreme teacher of the Universe Eternally pure, O highest God, Please teach me of the Satguru.

3. Shiva spoke to Goddess Parvathi. "Thou art That,' it has been proclaimed; No one's ever asked this boon but Thee, But I'll give it to everyone.

4. I am revealing, O beautiful one The mystery of the universe; God is not different from the Satguru, In Truth they're always One.

5. Penance, vows and sacrifice, Pilgrimages and charity leave the seeker in ignorance, Who knows not the Guru's worth.

6. The Guru is verily consciousness, there is no doubt He is absolute; Thus a wise man who seeks the truth, Will find it in his Satguru.

7.  Because of doubt and ignorance Truth is hidden from the scattered mind; Guru removes it with His light; The Divine Mother is revealed. 

8. When a devotee serves at his masters feet,
 All his sins will be washed away; His peaceful mind will  reflect the Self;  In Love I disclose to Thee.

9.Drink the water from Guru's feet, Take the prasad which He leaves for Thee; Repeat His mantram reverently, Meditate On His form Divine.

10. All holy rivers and sacred spots.  Holy trees and holy lands, Reside in the water from the Guru's Feet;
Salutations I offer Him.

11. On His form meditate all day; Sing in thy heart his Holy name;
Follow His teachings carefully;
Let the mind ever rest on Him.

12. Supreme knowledge from Guru's lips,
Can be realized through His grace alone; 
Inside the heart keep His precious love,
As a wife keeps His husband there.

13.Forget the role that you play in life;
Let go of status, success and fame;
In each situation in which you are placed,
Remember the Guru's name.

14. Not gods or demons of any realm, 
know the wisdom of the Satguru; 
But serve Him with purest love
His knowledge will bloom in Thee.

15. The syllable "Gu" represents darkness;
The syllable "Ru" stands for radiant light;
There is no doubt Guru is the Lord;
He dispels darkness with His Light.

16. "Gu" is illusory changing world;
That which appears to be real to men "Ru" is the Supreme Consciousness,
Ever free from maya's veil.

17. With unshaking faith the wise men say,
there nothing higher than the Satguru
Everything He could possible use,
The aspirant  should offer Him.

18. Devotees should try to please their lord with all the gifts they offer Him to win His gifts forever more
dedicate Thy life to him

19. Continually serve the Satguru
In every thought and word and deed; prostate fully in front of Him. without reservation in thy mind.

20. Surrender all to the Satguru Body, senses, and vital force; let go thy hold of your relatives Offer him Thy very soul,

21. Guru frees soul from the Tree of Life,
Lifting them heights divine;
Even those drowning in the depths of pain Salutations I offer Him.

22.He is the first cause of the world;
The bridge to cross the worldly sea;
The source of knowledge is in Him;
Salutation to the Satguru.

23.With His crystal stick of divine knowledge, The Guru opens the blind man's eyes;
Veiled by clouds of ignorance,
Guru makes Him see again.

24. Thou art my mother and my father too;
Thou art my brother, Thou art my friend;
Thou art my knowledge, Though art my wealth;
My light of lights Thou art.

25. The Guru's existence makes life go on;
He is the sun by whose  light we live;
His love makes all love possible;
Salutations I offer Him.

26. He enables the mind to perceive this world;
Although we can't know Him with the mind;
Waking, dreaming and deepest sleep.

27. He's known only when we do not know Him;
Those who claim to. know Him not;
Nothing else but He exists;
Salutations to the Satguru.

28. Verily Though art the primal cause;
Though men see you as an effect You are cause and effect in one,
Salutations I offer Thee.

29. Supreme form of Guru is pure Nectar 
To one with the eye of discrimination;
A blind man's eyes cannot see the sun 
So is His glory hid.

30. To meditate on the Guru's form, is to meditate on the ever pure;
To chant with devotion the Guru's name 
is to chant Lord Chiva's name.

31. A speck  of dust from Master's feet,
Forms a bridge o'er the sea of change;
All our delusions can be undone;
Worship Him in everyone.

32. His dance creates and nourishes the world;
He penetrates the essence of scripture too;
Ignoring wealth, His eyes are fixed, 
ever on the final goal.

33. His glance is the pillar that supports the world;
It showers compassion and grace on all;
Permeated by the bliss of consciousness,
May His glance enlighten me.

34. The word "guru" is the best mantram,
As pure as the gold refined by fire,
Tested fully in reason's flame
Forever protects us from death.

35. He appears to move though He does not move; He appears as near though He's faraway;
He is within and without as well; 
He resides in the hearts of all.

36. I am stainless and totally pure,
Before the stars and galaxies;
Even before creation of life,
Blissful and imperishable

37. Always remember the Satguru;
Knowledge dawns through His gracious light;
Through the scriptures or inference
Or Through one's experience.

38. O Parvathi, to Thee I speak
This theme on which though should reflect;
Thy heart is pure, Thy mind serene,
So the Truth shall dawn in Thee.

39. The crest-jewel's of all scriptures,
Serve but to decorate the Guru's feet He is the sun with His rays of light,
He opens the Lotus of Truth.

40. By merely remembering the Satguru,
Spontaneous knowledge will dawn in Thee;
Attaining Him,All will be attained 
salutations I offer Him

41. He is peace and Bliss supreme Transcending all He is without stain;
Beyond sounds, visions and bondages;
Salutations I offer Him.

42. Through the fire of self-knowledge
Accumulated Karmas from all past lives. 
Have been erased by the flame of Truth
Salutations to the Satguru.

43. No Truth is higher than the satguru
Nothing purifies more than service to Him
Nothing realized could be higher than Him
Salutations to the Satguru

44. My Guru is the Lord of the Universe
My Guru is the Master of all the worlds;
My self is the self of everything
Salutations to the Satguru.

45. The root of meditation is the Guru's form;
The root of worship, the Gurus's feet;
The root of mantram is the Guru's word;
The root of freedom is His grace.

46. He has no beginning; He is without end;
God and Guru are always One;
Nothing is higher than the Satguru.
Salutations I offer Him.

47. The Guru can protect from the Lord's anger;
But none cane saved  from the Guru's wrath;
Therefore strive with all thy Thy heart,
To find refuge at the Guru's feet.

48.  The Whole Universe is contained in Him;
He creates, sustains and destroys it too;
Nothing but Himself in this world exists;
Prostrations to the Satguru.

49. Realization of the Self in You,
Is Won though devotion to the Satguru;
Nothing is greater; He is alone;
Meditate on Him- His grace is won;.

50. Though one is endowed with self discipline;
learning and strength may have been acquired;
One still spins on illusions wheel,
Due to ego and selfish pride.

51. Not even gods in heaven are free;
Not angels nor spirits on astral planes;
Bondage ties down even the saints,
if thy'll not serve the Satguru.

52. Supreme Goddess, O Parvathi,
Meditate on Guru ceaselessly;
pleasures and comforts will be Yours;
Liberation will open its doors.

53. I remember my Guru who is Brahman;
I speak of my Guru who is Brahman;
Surrender to my Guru who is Brahman;
I serve Him as Brahman too.

54. Salutations to the Supreme One;
Full of bliss and happiness;
Knowledge personified, infinite,
Eternal, pure and free.

55. He is the goal of "Thou art That"
The Witness of All the Universe;
Free from nature's qualities,
Beyond the finite mind.

56. His form is seated on a throne divine;
In the lotus of Thy heart;
He shines like the moon, bestowing boons.
He awakens the conscious mind.

57. At dawn remember the Satguru,
The two-eyed, two armed Lord of peace;
In the Lotus of the mind He dwells,
Giving fearlessness to everyone

58.  Service To the Guru brings highest joy;
Service to the Guru brings highest joy!
This is the word of Lord Shiva;
This what Lord Shiva says!

59. When one meditates on his Satguru,
Knowledge comes to him naturally;
One becomes aware of his own freedom;
Through the grace of the Satguru.

60. Purify the thoughts within Thy mind;
By following the path which the Guru shows;
Free your mind of all desires;
Get released from the senses grasp.

61. The essence  is the object to know;
What perceives is subjective mind;
Understand the essence of knower and known;
Unlock liberation's door.

62. Amongst the Scripture's weighty words
None is as mighty as the word "Guru"
It's holy power is surpassed by none;
It awakens the highest state.

63. One who serves his Guru faithfully,
Though unaware of scriptures laws, 
He is truly a Sanyasin
Orange robes are not the sign

64. As a bright lamp lights an unlit lamp
So the Guru imparts His Truth
Through his Grace we become Aware
of the nameless formless One.

65. Prostrations  to Sat Chid Ananda,
Without distinctions the One Supreme
He abides in his own true self
Ever lasting perfect and whole

66. Beyond the beyond he is the highest One;
Eternal bestower of happiness;
He lives in the center of your heart.
Like a crystal pure and bright

67. The pure mind reflects it's own image,
Like a mirror that is straight and clean;
Consciousness and bliss are our own True Self,
Shinning deep within.

68.Unite with all the universe, 
by knowing that which is the source;
Nothing else can compare to this
Everything else is unreal.

69. After Knowing one's own True Self,
Which is unveiled through the Guru's grace
Attachments and desires fall away
in his own peace men is free.

70. Enjoy everything that comes to you, 
whether is great, small or nothing at all;
Accept it All with a tranquil mind.
Free from anxiety.

71. After Knowing what can be known,
At once-bound soul can become divine;
It does not matter where he may be;
His heart will rest in peace.

72. Now Parvathi, You've been shown the way;
The Guru's words Thou must obey;
Devotion, dedication, and meditation,
lead a man to Salvation.

73. I have revealed the Truth to Thee;
It is contained in this song;
Repeat it daily with reverence
Overcome All worldliness

74. Infinite treasures will be obtained,
Through repeating this song of love;
All obstacles will be overcome;
Deprivations will end for Thee.

75. It helps eradicate all disease
It opens to success and wealth;
All can be captivated by your charm,
if you sing this sacred song.

76. Sing this song with one pointedness,
While seated on a mat of grass,
Or if this is not available a folded blanket is fine.

77. This mantram destroys all our bondages,
And helps one to realize his own true freedom;
Thus one becomes the king of kings,
and verily the light of lights.

78. All virtues manifest in Thee,
Powers of speech will be granted too;
Undesired karmas will be erased;
Thy capacity to serve will grow.

79. Health, thy birthright, will be renewed,
with prosperity, peace and happiness;
sing this song with desireless;
realize that you are free.

80. All benefits from this Guru's Hymn,
No matter what faith, color, caste or creed;
The Truth is the same however told;
Serve the Guru in everyone.

81. Sing this song in a peaceful place,
Free from distracting disturbances,
Where the sea laps against the shore,
Near a river or temple pure

82. Worldly desires will be washed away;
From Maya's traps thou will be freed;
to cut the bonds of birth and death,
Bathe Thyself in this Guru's song.

83. The gods reside where the Guru Lives;
A heaven on earth is manifest;
They are his constant company,
Near his residence they abide.

84. Whether standing, sitting or reclining
Awake, asleep or in a car;
However one may move around,
sing this sacred Guru song

85. Sing this love song reverently,
With sincerity and regularity
All that know thee wilt be blest;
You never need to be reborn.

86. The limited expands to unlimited,
Like the river flows into the sea;
Milk is the same in a jar or cup;
Man and God are Forever One.

87. The wise man knows equanimity,
Unaffected by night or day;
It matter not what work he does,
His mind is always calm.

88. Within himself, he rests in bliss,
The state of supreme Consciousness;
With dedication and devotion too,
He ceaselessly serves the Lord.

89. There is no prayer that can compare,
To the prayer that I give to Thee;
This is true; This is verily true!
There is no higher doctrine known.

90. The Guru is absolute, Supreme God.
The highest penance is faith in Him,
In His teachings and service too;
Guru is the highest Truth.

91. Blessed are all the relatives,
Blessed are the ancestors,
Of one who serves the Satguru;
Such a soul is rare indeed.

92. The Guru is beyond a doubt,
Our body, senses and breath of life:
Our father, mother and loved ones too;
He is our eternal Wealth.

93. When one satisfies the Satguru
All God's grace is easily won;
Scores of lifetimes sacrifice,
Yield their fruits  when He is pleased.

94. Through austerities and disciplines,
One may gain some  strength and power:
But such a one is unfortunate
Who serves not the Satguru.

95. To the Satguru's Lotus feet,
Make Thy purest pilgrimage;
The sacred temples and holy lands,
Are contained in Him.

96. Victory over death is won,
By him who sings this sacred song;
He will accomplish all his works,
Salvation he will attain.

97. Please share this song which I offer Thee,
With those who seek the Eternal Truth,
To those who are pure of heart and mind,
Those who have sincerity.

98. This song of Lord Shiva to Parvathi,
Reminds us where our every thought should be;
I offer this to Thee, O adorable lord,
Thy Grace is my hearts reward;
Thy Presence is my heart's reward.
Om Shaanti, Shaanti, Shaanti

a tribute to the guru and disciple relationship/mentor and disciple relationship/ master and student/ teacher and student relationship inside my heart

In GuruDeva Sweet Love

In His divine grace
In His divine embrace
In His Loving service
Love and Light 

Flower petals are offered to the Divine Mother during the Monday night celebration of Navaratri at Yogaville. Navaratri is a festival dedicated to the worship of the Hindu deity Durga. The word Navaratri means 'nine nights' in Sanskrit, nava meaning nine and ratri meaning nights. During these nine nights and ten days, nine forms of Devi are worshipped. The evening ceremonies begin at 7:45 pm in Satsang Hall and continue through Sunday, October 9th, with a final puja (worship ceremony) Monday morning, October 10th, at 9:30 am. All are welcome to attend. Please contact Yogaville reception with any questions: 434-969-3121.

echas chon gocherias, ay, cadajo! ssh...


If you are painstaking about this phase of our development, we will be amazed before we are half way through. We are going to know a new freedom and a new happiness. We will not regret the past or wish to shut the door on it.

We will comprehend the word serenity and we will know peace.

New Age Of Activism Forever presents The Holy Vedas!


mmm shivas and toast!

And it wasen't the bacon, the sausage links, the ham, the eggs, the hash browns, the T-bone steak.
And it wasen't the dirty piles of dishes, and the broken hose head, the heavy trash bags.
And it wasen't the early morning showers, the breathing, the prayers, the ticks,
And it wasen't the very hot dry weather, the snakes, the spiders, the loud noise in the trailer.
And it wasn't the human ka, ka, ka, ka, ka, with saw dust, the ditches.
And it wasn't the plane, the train, the buses, the taxis the long walks.
Ay, puchecas, Ay puchecas! Ay, Cachonda! Que! so! Que!so! I'd feels soo baa.
chismes, chismes, Cheese mess! Yums!

Namaste, Nameste, No, Mas, Te!  We continue to recognize excellence
Moments in Her Story   Sri Anandamayi Ma 

1) I bow down to the Blissful Mother of the Universe (Shree Shree Anandamayee) again and yet again do I bow down to her, whose irradiant smile dispels all mental darkness: whose sweet words attract all: and who by her affection makes everyone her own.
2) I bow down to the Blissful mother of the Universe (Shree Shree Anandamayee); again and yet again do I bow down to her. whose mysterious life (literally the truth about whom) is beyond the comprehension of human beings: and who, though living always without any break in the bliss of Brahman, moves about free, for the good of the downcast, as a veritable mother, full of infinite patience and infinite readiness to pardon transgressions.
3) I bow down to the Blissful Mother of the Universe (Shree Shree Anandamayee) again and yet again do I bow to her, whose mercy is my only hope: who, in her infinite graciousness, manifests herself even in minds prone to evil thoughts and fills them with ecstasy; and utter surrender to whom, together with all near and dear ones, is the only duty of sensible men.

Announcement!! We Continue to recognize excellence Again and Again New Age Of Activism It Has Been Decided@ New Age Of  "O" Mean... Whatcha!... Say!! Honoree Tina Turner! Beyond iv 'Uniting Culturers'  coming 2017

 Best Of  2016 Forever 

  Photo of the year

Swami Priyaananda makes an offering at the IY-50 homa, which honored the 25th anniversary of the Lord Siva Lord Siva Nataraja Shrine at Kailash, Satchidananda Ashram, Yogaville with Sri Swami Marudhachalam.

front left: swami Sagunananda, swami Priyaananda, swami Karauananda, swami MataJi and others Celebrating 50 years of Excellence at Nataraya Shrine, Kailash.  Satchidananda Ashram, Yogaville.

Front right:swami sagunananda, swami mataJi, Sri swami Marudhachalam, swami karaunananda, and friends

y,  se los digo en su ka! y nos seguimos amando! Forever remembers

 The Upanishads

WOW! Stop! Holy Chi  Forever 
"O",  Mean... WhatChaSay 
Honoree  Daisaku Ikea's Children's stories


From Whence do you come?

And Where do you go?

The moon has set but the sun has not yet risen.

In the chaos of darkness before the dawn

Seeking the light

I advance

To dispel the dark clouds from my mind

To find a great tree unbowed by the tempest

I emerge from the earth.

On December 12, a new website titled “Treasures of the Heart” featuring animated adaptions of children’s stories by SGI President Daisaku Ikeda was launched. The website displays a rotating selection of two or three films that changes every two weeks. The site and the films are available in English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese and Spanish.
The films are set in different countries with hopeful messages about courage, friendship and protecting the environment. They are accompanied by questions seeking to inspire children to discuss the topics and themes presented. There is also an interactive “Fun Stuff” section that features “spot the difference” puzzles and quizzes.
First shown in Japan in 1996, Mr. Ikeda’s animated children’s stories have been broadcast in 10 different languages in 25 further countries and territories since 2004. They have also been used as educational resources in both India and the Philippines.
Mr. Ikeda says of his children’s stories: “It is my earnest wish that my works not only serve to create in children the awareness that their lives are infinitely precious, but that the stories also act as a springboard to enable them to cultivate ‘wings of courage and hope.’”
The “Treasures of the Heart” website is at Information on the schedule of films can be found under “Online Broadcast Schedule.” 
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As we mentioned to you on Monday, RTI International, a nonprofit research institute based in Research Triangle Park, N.C., has released a report that shows that members of LGBTQ+ communities are at high risk for being victims of physical and sexual assault, harassment, bullying, and hate crimes.

The researchers found that in a range of studies with LGBTQ+ individuals, victimization experiences are clearly and consistently correlated with behavioral health conditions and suicidality, sexual risk-taking and HIV status, other long-term physical health issues, and decreased school involvement and achievement. Such effects are often sustained many years after a victimization event. The report suggests that widespread victimization of LGBTQ+ individuals is an urgent issue affecting public education, public safety, and public health.

RTI researchers analyzed 20 years’ worth of published studies on violence and the LGBTQ+ community, which included 102 peer-reviewed papers as well as a few unpublished analyses and non-peer-reviewed papers. With The Henne Group, RTI also carried out a series of focus-group discussions with LGBTQ+ communities in San Francisco; New York City; Durham, North Carolina; and rural Wyoming.

We are hoping that these findings may be of use to you in your work, and that you might help us spread the word about them through your social media platforms, email listserves, and other communication methods.

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Swami Amar Jyoti's Satsangs

                    Declaration of the United Nations Of Spirit

Constitution of the United Nations of Spirit

Earth’s Heart Temple Kiva. Varsana – Granada Colombia – Raíces de la Tierra 2015

Renewal of the Ancestral Word

Principles of Life:

On December 12, 2015, in the eco-village Varsana Jardínes Ecológicos, located on Via Granada, Cundinamarca, we presented the spoken law of the Great Spirit to mankind, in which we announce the rules and regulations of the origin and the way of life. Thus, through this document, we renew the ancient word to fulfill this agreement.
This word was placed on white paper after the Hoska ceremony ended: “word prayer breath of life from the tobacco”. The ceremony took place during the meeting of Indigenous Spiritual Authorities, Kiva Ceremony and Roots of the Earth, who came to South America from the north to fulfill the prophecy of the union of the peoples. This is what dawned:
The ancestral peoples here gathered: Nadda, Panches, Misak, Kogui, Wiwa, Uwa, Yana-cona, Cofan, Embera Chami, Huitoto, Quimbaya, Mhuisqa Chibcha, Wirrarikas, Vaisnava, Maya Chontal, Maya Quinche, Apache, Quechua, and native mestizos, want to announce to all mankind that we all have a common origin and that common origin is the mind: the mind of the Great Spirit, from which everything originates. Thus, it is our duty to place our mind in communion with the source, remembering that we came here to live from and for her.

Today we are reborn in the following nine breaths of life:

1. We recognize our Mother-Father Creators as our Law of Origin, who are manifested and expressed in the natural order and thus we declare ourselves: the United Nations of the Spirit.
2. We propose a way to educate real human beings based on our WAYS OF LIFE.
3. We invite human beings, who have forgotten their ancestral memory, to come and drink from this fountain of ancient wisdom.
4. We believe that all nature (elemental spirits, minerals, animals, plants, forests, rivers, mountains, humans, planets, stars, and the invisible) are not resources. They are our family, and therefore it is essential to live together in harmony.
5. We declare that interculturality and an exchange of knowledge encourages recognition of our common humanity, respect of our differences, and development of common agreements based on the Law of Origin of each of the ancestral peoples.
6. We declare that our spirituality is not a form of exotic religion, but a way of life in agreement with all beings, nature and the Universe.
7. We recognize the divine universal mother in woman, but in her, we do not recognize the model of transient beauty, which originates the idea that we can own and control the world.
8. We are fulfilling the dream of our ancestors. Our ancient peoples have the silence to know how to listen and the word to know how to speak and propose. This is an educational proposal, which is urgent for humanity, which puts the BEING in the center and the coexistence in harmony with all the visible and invisible beings. So, with the foundations of ancient tradition, stands a new old united humanity in the nine corners of the world.
9. We announce our government system to be the COSMOGEOCRACY. The order and the government of the cosmos is linked to the order and government of the Earth, where everything is interconnected; to accomplish this, we must extend, share and prepare the land, so the seed of the human heart germinates and thrives.
This is the unreleased word from the native peoples of the north, east, west and south. A new-old word- order which was asleep; a word – order reborn for humanity in all the directions. This word -order- had to be fulfilled from the beginning of the universe, guided by the elders, the guardians of that knowledge. The word of the breath of life of the sacred tobacco medicine represents this birth, through which the pollen of ancient memory is awakened. This word of the breath that creates the seed pulp that is transformed in all the kingdoms, in all the elemental spirits, humans, planets, stars and the invisible.
Through the word that comes from the heart, each nation surrendered the ideas and beliefs that did not allow them to see clearly. Everyone allowed themselves to give up individually and collectively what dwelt in them as parasites and weevil, everything that obstructed the reconnection with the original conscious. Through the preparation of the amilra (ancestral ceremony performed with tobacco leafs), it purifies everything that prevents us from seeing clearly. The contemporary human being had lost the ambil stick and the ambil (the spirit of the word), so he remained asleep in the flow of illusion in a world of appearances, forgetting the original law that has now been recovered.
We are the announced prophecies of the peoples and nations around the world, in compliance with the birth of a new humanity, a new ancient culture, where every nation is responsible for its natural norms and its law of origin. We must all return to the mind of the great creative spirit and from there multiply this story of origin, and from there announce that there is a path for the human seed that we are, the seed of the Creator from the beginning.
We now return to the path of the natural BEING, considering and respecting that each native nation prepared the path for cultivating the human seed. Today we are restored in the CosmoGeoCracy, so that the human seed germinates and thrives to become Naturagentes, guardians and custodians of life.
The native people propose to follow the steps that the ancient peoples left us. Even before conception, during gestation and in the vital cycle of labor, the being is connected to the natural order; otherwise it is not possible to be human without understanding this order. It is our duty to live in communion and in community, from the mystery of creation. We are all more than what is manifested; this includes all of nature, since there is a higher mind (God), the essence to which we unite to become community. Therefore, we propose an agreement to return to the wisdom of origin that allows us to be one with everything and everyone.
We, the ancient peoples, offer a cultural agreement: the agreement between ancient wisdom of naturalhumanization and the artificial technological world. We intend to generate a synthesis between what was brought in 1492 and what we have had here since the beginning, to generate a new old order, to allow the path of existence. We understand that the modern world has taken life and caught existence, that is why we propose a path that orders existence. In other words for all humans to have the possibility to walk the walk of existence of who we truly are, for we are not the body and yet we are the body. To walk allowing everyone to become explorers of this mystery, returning from the origin to remember who we really are and adjust our lives to allow everyone to exist. This is what we, the ancient peoples, mestizos, white and native-mestizos gather here today propose.
This continent is basically mestizo and we return to our heritage and memory of the native mother and the land (native-mestizo) to generate a synthesis. We DO NOT deny the western world, we propose an agreement: an agreement to return to be Naturagentes.
We declare ourselves to be the communities of the United Nations of the Spirit of the Naturagente.
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Srila Bhakti Aloka Para,awaiti Swami Maharahaj 


As sung by Wayne Hunt and the students of 
Sri Swami Satchidananda