My Yoga Mentor Reveals The Mystical Secret Of Eternal Perfection… And I Guide You Through My *POWER MEDITATION* For Infinite Power
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One of my early mentors gave me some advice that ended up being a game-changer.
The problem was, however, that it took me a few years to understand what he was talking about. At the time, it just sounded like the ramblings of an old mystic.
His Mystical Secret Was Simple…
What he told me was simple. “Perfection comes not by random acts of kindness, benevolence or power or godliness, but by daily contemplation of the things of Eternity.”
Okay, now you see what I mean! This is the kind of hackneyed drivel mystics always walk around spouting, usually with a smug, know-it-all grin, quite certain that he was more liberated than me.
Maybe it was that very same arrogance on my part, and my own personal dislike for the seeming impracticality of mysticism, that blinded me from the message within the message.
Do you like it when people preach to you? Of course not! I definitely don’t.
I assumed that my mentor’s advice was just him preaching to me. I took it as him saying, “You’re not perfect. You’re flawed, because you think about things other than spirituality.”
But Five Years Later It Finally Made Sense…
About five years ago, though, I not only found out what he really meant by that statement, but I also found out how true it is.
Even though I was practicing ritual on a regular basis, and even though I was able to use the most advanced rituals in the occult, it wasn’t enough.
I felt like it was all going nowhere. I felt like my life in magick was on a dead-end road. That’s when this simple piece of advice changed my entire life.
In a last attempt before walking away from magick and finding something more fulfilling, I read through my magickal journal, in which I recorded some of the most profound lessons that I had learned as I pushed my way towards Godhood.
Reading through entry after entry of demonic evocations and black magick spellwork, I came across that phrase that I had picked up from my past mentor.
“Perfection come not by random acts of kindness, benevolence, and power, or godliness, but by daily contemplation on the things of eternity.”
The statement had obviously left enough of an impression on me to inspire a journal entry.
Sitting in my old recliner with my journal in my lap, I meditated on what he had told me, and a few thoughts came to mind so spontaneously that I can only consider them to be divinatory answers to my unspoken question.
Here’s What He Meant By Perfection…
What he meant by “perfection” wasn’t some moral judgment that he was passing on me, or anyone else.
Instead, he used the word “perfection” in the same way that I say “Ascent” or even “Mastery.” It’s really a never-ending goal of constant personal improvement on all levels.
Keeping that in mind removed the condescending tone that had previously obscured the words.
The mention of random acts of kindness, power, etc. simply means that your Ascent doesn’t necessarily hinge on the sporadic rituals that you might perform, or by living a holy life, or by living an evil life either.
Instead, the most certain way to accelerate your Ascent is to make magickal practice a part of your daily life.
The issue with performing daily ritual is that it will quickly become mundane. Once you start seeing ritual as something humdrum, it tends to lose some of its efficacy.
The only answer, then, was one that I had avoided as much as possible: Daily Meditation.
Sure, I had learned yogic meditation, Taoist meditation, transcendental meditation, and even satanic meditation. But, meditation had always seemed like something to do before ritual, or sitting in a theater waiting for the show to start.
Despite my preconceptions, I decided to experiment with daily meditation, giving it a test period of two weeks. If, after two weeks things had picked up for me, I’d keep at it. If not, then I knew I’d have to find something else to devote my life to.
The first three days were decent, but nothing special. In fact, the first day was a bit frustrating. It felt like I had never meditated before. I couldn’t sit still, my mind refused to stay focused, my breathing was irregular, and the energy flow was less like a river, and more like a boat’s wave slapping against the sand beach with no rhythm or cadence.
Each day got better and better.
Not only did the meditation flow more smoothly, my mind narrowing in and my whole being moving harmoniously into ecstasy, but my days laid out more smoothly as well.
It seemed like each day, I encountered less red traffic lights on my way to work, better parking spots became available, people were drawn to me like magnets, and every circumstance of my day was simply better!
After two weeks of steadily climbing towards a greater and greater connection with my Godself, and more and more effortless spiritual control of the physical world, the next stage of the test was to stop.
I didn’t meditate for 3 days.
I Quit For 3 Days And It Was Horrific!
Those 3 days were horrific. The whole world seemed to be in chaos. Rather than pleasantly rolling down the road towards my goals, I was one rat amongst billions, biting each other’s tails trying to get ahead. Each day was less pleasant than the one before it, and my connection with the energy, with the spirit of the world around me was dying.
Within seconds of returning to meditation after three days, I felt like I could finally breathe again. All of existence unfolded before me, and I was once again able to access the Living God of my highest self.
One of the greatest factors that deterred me from a daily practice of meditation was the idea that I’d have to spend hours every day sitting in some uncomfortable posture, for months or even years before seeing any kind of result.
Now, it seems obvious that this is part of the elaborate deception that the religious and political camps have been pushing for millennia. As long as you believe that the path before you is much too difficult for you to walk, then your chances of finding absolute exaltation outside of conventional avenues will be unlikely.
Realistically, a daily meditation should only take you five or ten minutes, and not only is it easy, but it’s also enjoyable, once you get into the swing of it.
Most people practice basic “balancing” or “grounding” meditations. All that you’re doing in these is turning your attention fully to your breath, and allowing your focus to get entirely absorbed in the rhythm of air moving in and out of your body. Even though this is an extremely simple meditation, it is the basis for all meditation, and in itself can lead to extreme transcendental states.
Here’s How To Perform My “Power Meditation”
In a “Power Meditation,” you should start out with this same method, bringing your attention to your breath and simply observing it.
Contrary to the teachings of a great many schools of meditation, I recommend that you NOT count the duration of your inhalations or exhalations, nor should you put extra strain on holding your breath in between the in and the out.
Instead, simply observe your breathing, and allow it to assume its own natural cadence. Over time, you’ll find that you naturally breathe more deeply, and you’ll find that your breath can suspend itself effortlessly when you peak into the higher being states. But, forcing this to occur puts too much responsibility on the shoulders of the conscious mind.
It is helpful during a Power Meditation to light a candle in front of you. While any color will do just fine, I recommend a black candle for the Ascendant Black Magician.
Fix your eyes on the candle’s flame as you inhale and exhale, watching it dance, and feeling your own Self dancing with it, while your body is completely still.
Feel Your Essence Expanding Infinitely…
Then, feel yourself expanding infinitely. Some students are assisted in this by visualizing themselves growing larger than their rooms, larger than their houses, cities, nations, and even larger than the world, growing and growing until all of existence can fit into their hands.
The issue with this visualization is that it relies on a sense of self that is known to be impossible. How can the physical body become so big? What happens to your sense of gravity, being so massive? What things are crushed beneath you as you expand in this way?
While you might be able to see beyond these questions, noticing that they are merely distractions, it may be best to eliminate the distraction altogether. Instead of growing, feel yourself dissolving, and as you dissolve, your finer molecules spread out, spreading further until they are no longer molecules, but are quarks, and then the quarks even spread out until all that you are is the musical vibrations of complex organization, each invisible and musical note that makes up your Being is completely conscious of itself, your mind within all parts of yourself.
The musical tones that make up your Being vibrate louder and louder as you expand, until the whole orchestra of your presence is conscious and alive in every part of the universe.
Sit with the experience of this partial omnipresence for a moment, and when you are ready, collapse yourself into your body again, but don’t stop your compression at your body. Instead, continue to shrink smaller and smaller, your consciousness compressing into your psychic center, which will usually reach an apex within your Third Eye, your Heart, or your Solar Plexus. Become infinitely small, until you are again a single electron within your Core, and smaller still until you are nothing. Dwell in your nothingness, and when you are ready expand again into your body.
But You’re Not Done Yet!
The Power Meditation isn’t quite finished there. Bring your attention back to your breath, and to your physical body. Having become infinitely large and infinitely small, you will be much more prone to noticing that your body is the Apex of Eternity, that it is the nexion between the infinites. Feel your muscles, your blood, your sweat, your stretching skin, and your every molecule becoming literal incarnations of your own absolute presence and power. Know that everything you want to be, you already are, within your body.
Before ending the meditation, I recommend that you place your hands palms-down on the floor, connecting with the earth beneath you, allowing yourself to come back to the physical world at your own pace.
Move your wrists and your elbows, your ankles and knees, and slowly bring your body back to life joint-by—joint.
When you return to this world, you will return not as a man or a woman, but as a Living God, ready to do the work of unveiling and living the fullness of your Dharma.