This account comes from Muktabai, one of India’s greatest Hindu poets from the 13th century, and is considered a saint:
Though he has no form
my eyes saw him,
his glory is fire in my mind
that knows Continue reading “Muktabai’s “First Vision” Account”
The following is from Adi Shankara, the 8th century philosopher and theologian from India:
Now I will relate to you the nature of the Supreme Self, knowing which a person is freed from boundaries and attains Kaivalya, Unity…
It pervades the entire universe but nothing pervades it. It is effulgent by nature, and its splendor illumines everything… Continue reading “Shankara’s “First Vision” Account”
I am not my body.
I am not my thoughts.
I am not my mind.
I am not my brain. Continue reading “I Am Not My…”
He lays asleep, unknowing
Emptiness and nowhere
No time, no space Continue reading “God Wakes”