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The Elimination of Satans Tail: Ecstasy

Ecstasy

Isan sent a mirror to Master Koysen, who showed it to his monks and said, “Is this Isan’s mirror, or my mirror?  If you say that it belongs to Isan, how is it that it is in my hands?  If you say that it is mine, have I not received it from Isan’s hands?  Speak, speak, or else I will break it to pieces.”

The monks were unable to pass between those two opposites and the Master broke the mirror into pieces.

Ecstasy is impossible as long as the Essence is bottled up in the opposites.

In the times of Babylon, the Bodhisattva of the most saintly Ashiata Shiemash, a great Avatar, came to the world.

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The Elimination of Satans Tail: The Technique of Meditation

The Technique of Meditation

The technique of meditation permits us to arrive at the heights of illumination.

We should distinguish between a mind that is still and a mind that is stilled by force.

We should distinguish between a mind that is in silence and a mind that is violently silenced.

When the mind is stilled by force, it is really not still. It is gagged by violence and in the deeper levels of understanding there exists an entire tempest.

When the mind is violently silenced, it is really not in silence. Deep within, it clamors, shouts, and despairs.

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The Elimination of Satans Tail: The Battle of the Opposites

The Battle of the Opposites

A great master once said, “Seek enlightenment, for all else will be added onto you.”

Enlightenment’s worst enemy is the “I.” It is necessary to know that the “I” is a knot in the flow of existence, a fatal obstruction in the flow of life free in its movement.

A master was asked, “Which is the way?”

“What a magnificent mountain!” he said, referring to the mountain where he had his haven.

“I do not ask you about the mountain, instead I ask you about the path.”

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The Elimination of Satans Tail: The Dissolution of the I

The Dissolution of the I

Brothers and sisters of mine:

This Christmas, it is necessary for you to deeply comprehend the necessity of dissolving the “I.”

The greatest danger that exists in life is the danger of converting ourselves into hasnamussen.

Whosoever does not work in the dissolution of the “I” gradually degenerates himself more and more in each existence.  Finally, he does not receive any more physical bodies because he has converted himself into a dangerous hasnamuss.

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The Elimination of Satans Tail: Return and Reincarnation

Return and Reincarnation

Return and Reincarnation are two different laws.  Severe analysis brings us to the conclusion that a difference exists between returning and reincarnating.

The “I” is not an individual, since it is constituted by many “I’s.”  Thus, every “I,” even when having something from our own subconsciousness, enjoys a certain self-independence.

The “I” is a legion of devils; thus, to affirm that this legion reincarnates is an absurdity.   

To affirm that an individual reincarnates is exact, yet it is not exact to affirm that the legion of “I’s” reincarnate.

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