My wholeness, my sanctity, my state of Samadhi-Oneness, my experience of Yoga-Union and Communion with God Mind, Father-Mother are my freedom, and my final moksha-kaivalya-liberation in this lifetime and beyond into Eternity where I rest, unbroken. Loved. Far beyond crippling fear and guilt.
Love illumines and empowers while guilt calibrates at an extremely low calibration of consciousness, a negative magnetism, a hellish vibration and tamasic-darkening inertia. It weighs me down when I am in its grip. The opposite of guilt is the Bliss of Heaven.
I am a savior, one who liberates people from the grip of karmic bondage and from the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth. Since I am whole, sanctified, at one with God Mind, being in communion with that very Father-Mother Awareness, I am free and capable of freeing others.
My freedom, my liberation is vital to the world’s freedom and liberation. My wholeness, sanctity, at-one-ment with Divinity in its Allness, my communion and union with my Source frees me from the dark dungeon of guilt, raises me up out of the tomb and restores me to the God Womb where the eternal Christ in me is born Eternally. Becoming free from this prison of self-inflicted torment, is the termination of the hell I made from trying to hide from the Divine. I created this world to escape the wrath of God I feared I would be the victim of and I wrestle with guilt because of it.
My wholeness is what conquers every tribulation and struggle. Ultimately suffering of any kind is guilt induced at the root source. That primal guilt can be overcome. As can all trance-induced scripts of my subconscious programming ingrained by the ego-ahamkar. I need but acknowledge my sanctity and Eternal State of Oneness with God Divine. Triumphing over guilt is having victory over the hell of our own making. My wholeness liberates the world and me simultaneously. I cannot be deprived of anything that comes from wholeness. Divine Mind, Father-Mother does not know of my brokenness. He/She sees only One Singularity, One Whole Relationship.
Five minute contemplations are recommended for today, centering my prayer on today’s mantra. I will also frequently take time out of the day to recite the mantra with repetition. I will close the door to my inner room and scan my mind for thoughts that lack love, in any form they seem to take, whether inner turmoil, despair, depression, anger, ruminations of fear, thoughts of worry, or inclinations to attack, thoughts of inferiority, etc. However they manifest, they are fear-induced. It is from primal fear that I must be liberated in order to experience Bliss Eternal.
Today, I will bless all events and personalities I associate with fear-based thinking. In order to attain a liberated state of mind, I must see these events and personalities from a different perspective. I commit to slowly scan my mind for all thoughts that keep me from feeling truly free of pain, guilt, and suffering. I will apply today’s idea in a like manner:
“My fearful thoughts about ________ have caused me to descend into hell. My wholeness, my sanctity, my state of Samadhi-Oneness, my experience of Yoga-Union and Communion with God Mind, Father-Mother are my freedom, and my final moksha-kaivalya-liberation in this lifetime and beyond into Eternity where I rest, unbroken.”
Dharana concentration is a must. And I will strive to concentrate. I will end my contemplations repeating the original mantra and then add:
“If guilt and fear, stemming from separation are hell, what stands opposite to it?”
I will recite today’s mantra in shorter periods of time as well, multiple times an hour, asking this very question. If I am tempted to think in limiting terms, I will also say:
“My wholeness is the liberating power from guilt and fear. It terminates it. It dissolves it. I remain unbroken. Whole. One. Sanctified. Perfectly created. I can liberate my life and shift my thinking to a Love-Based perspective.”
(Inspired by but not limited to A Course in Miracles Teachings (1st Edition), Mind Science, New Thought, Metaphysics, Yogic Philosophy, Quantum Physics, Eastern Thought, and writings by Paramahansa Yogananda)