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Learned from God I have learned so much from God That I can no longer call myself a Christian, a Hindu, a Muslim, a Buddhist, a Jew.
The Truth has shared so much of Itself with me That I can no longer call myself a man, a woman, an angel, or even a pure soul.
Love has befriended Hafez so completely. It has turned to ash and freed me of every concept and image my mind has ever known.
~ Hafez

Khwajeh Shams al-Din Muhammad Hafez-e Shirazi (also spelled Hafiz) was a Persian mystic and poet who is now revered as one of the most influential Persian poets of all time. He was born sometime between the years 1310-1337, in the city of Shiraz in present-day Iran. Hafez today is primarily remembered for his lyrical poetry written in ghazals, a difficult and uniquely Persian verse-form. Prior to Hafez, ghazals were primarily used to write songs celebrating wine and earthly pleasure. Hafez revolutionized the form by utilizing the stock symbols of wine and pleasure as metaphors for spiritual experience. In so doing, Hafez elevated his short, simple verses to the level of high art. Hafez's poetry advocated abandoning all restraints and preconceptions so as to come into direct contact with the spiritual realm. As a result of his mystical and profoundly transcendent subject-matter, Hafez has become an inspiration for poets of all cultures. Arguably the most influential Persian poet of all time, Hafez has been translated into countless languages, and his works were particularly influential to a number of the early European Romantics, including Goethe and Friedrich Schiller.

– Persian poet (1315 – 1390)

Immortality Technique

Immortality Technique

The Immortality Technique is samyama on the Immortality Sutra.

One Universe Paramajyoti 300The result of this samyama is an infusion of Paramajyoti into the physical body that will transform the physical body into a Satyug physiology. This Paramajyoti will be utilized for one's own transformation processes.

Paramajyoti originates in the Transcendental Field beyond all universes. It is the Effulgence of Krishna that animates all universes. You will see Paramajyoti illustrated in the image on the right, between the upper Absolute Realm and the lower relative realm. Click on the image for a larger view.

To utilize Paramajyoti for personal transformation processes, one can either have no specific process intention and then the Paramajyoti will go to the place where it is most needed, or one can have an intention for help with a specific process and the Paramajyoti will all go to that process.

At the beginning of the day of Brahma when the Universe is first created from the model universe of Goloka, there is nothing to block Paramajyoti from bathing the entire Universe with this highest frequency pure light. As karma is created by the jivas of the Universe, this karma gathers in the Universe like dark clouds that partially block Paramajyoti from from reaching the individual jivas. As this karma accumulates, Sat Yuga transitions to Trita Yuga. Then more karma accumulation results in the transition to Dwipara Yuga. And finally when the dark clouds of accumulated karma is very heavy, the transition to Kali Yuga comes.

 

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