This book is a compilation of dikshas, blessings, shaktipats, shaktis, meditations, and affirmations for the purpose of upliftment into superconscious states of awareness, by releasing debris from the subconscious mind and transcending into God Mind. The ultimate goal is Self and God-Realization of you, the reader. Self-Realization is coming into the awareness of your inner divinity. Your True Self, or Sat Nam as we say in Kundalini Yoga. These dikshas and attunements have been extremely helpful and humbling for Bryan on his journey, especially in getting through hard times. So, he offers them freely, for your benefit, on whatever level you are open to receiving the transmissions of light contained within these words. For the record, Bryan says, “I am not a guru, nor do I claim to be. Nor do I seek disciples. Nor am I a Master yet. But the level of awareness that it took to write these blessings I impart were not my own doing. They come from God Mind. Christ and Krishna Consciousness. From the Atman, or the True Self. From the Absolute beyond all imagining, Brahman. All different ways of speaking about the Infinite Intelligence that Loves all there is. And though I share in a line of Christic Apostolic Succession (Christ based diksha), I was initiated as a disciple of Paramahansa Yogananda through Ananda Church of Self-Realization. My writing is influenced by my beloved Master Yogananda. On another note, I’d like to say that skaktipat, rather “shakti pad” has a different meaning in Kundalini Yoga. Shakti pad for Kundalini Yogis, refers to a test of the ego, where one meets the “dark night of the soul” and is tempted to abandon one’s practice altogether. I am therefore going against the grain by offering shaktipat transmissions of energy through these words in this book. Sometimes we have to dare to be different. And to take risks. Enjoy. Om. Peace. Sat Nam. Namaste. Amen. And so it is.