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  1. 10 Principle of Knowledge

    The need to know


    The universe is so mysterious... it's natural to be drawn to solve the Mystery. But if you are preoccupied with the unknown, you don't notice the truths which are uncovered for you now. If your mind is constantly questioning, you miss the guidance from your Higher Self, which is hard to hear in the chatter of the mind. This chatter disturbs to perceive the flow of impulses from the Higher Self.


    The mind has the tendency to want to control everything. It always has to know how, why, what and when. All has to be rationally understood and labeled, so that it would fit into your existing world view, because the mind and the self fear the unknown and don't know how to deal with it.


    The mind has the habit to be preoccupied - with questioning and studying. Some people take course after course, read book after book, watch a lot videos, read articles. They think that to grow spiritually is to have more and more knowledge. But until the gained knowledge is tested through personal experience, really understood and practically used in life, the studies will not have much effect. You can read thousands of books and gain a lot of intellectual knowledge, but not become wise. Wisdom comes through personal transforming life experiences and inner spiritual revelations.

  2. Actually you don't need to be preoccupied with studying, because all knowledge is within you. Everyone is connected to the unified energy and information field of the universe. So all knowledge of the universe is accessible to you (according to your development and skills to receive it). Your power lies not in knowing all the answers in this moment but in deeper listening to your heart and the whispers of the universe. When you learn to be in silence and listen to your Higher Self, all necessary answers will come to you. 


    Yogi Ramacharaka explains it, when commenting the precious book "Light on the Path" * :"Seek out the waySeek it not by strenuous endeavor, but by opening up yourself to the promptings of the Spirit (...). Draw knowledge by the Law of Attraction. It will come to you in obedience of that law. It is yours for the asking, and nothing can keep it from you, or you from it." **


    And this is really true: all necessary answers to your questions, all knowledge you are looking for is available to you. However, you may not always notice the knowledge, when it comes to you. "Everybody has ears, but not everyone can hear. Everybody has eyes, but not everyone can see." ***


    I'll give some examples from my personal experience. 1st example. One dear friend gave me a present - the book "Advanced course in Yogi Philosophy and Oriental Occultism" by Yogi Ramacharaka. I took a look at it and didn't find it particularly interesting, so I left it in my bookshelf and forgot about it. But a few years later I noticed that book again and this time I was deeply touched by the wisdom of it. It gave me many important answers about spiritual experiences I had in the years after I received it. So the answers to my questions were next to me all the time, although I noticed this after a few years only. 


    2nd example. During my spiritual searches I also went to some private consultations with my yoga teacher. There were many things, which she said to me, which I couldn't really grasp, some of which also seemed false to me. But again years later in some concrete situations I remembered her words and they became clear to me and I gradually realized that all that she said was actually true. It was just my level of personal development, that didn't let me understand the truths she had told me right away.

  3. Recognizing the truths


    When you hear or read something and instinctively feel it as true, as if it was activating almost forgotten knowledge, know that it is true. You may not know the reasons or explain it to somebody, but that isn't necessary. The Higher Self has access to knowledge that the intellect can't grasp. So when the spirit starts to awaken and to develop itself, it discerns truths in its own way and you simply know things to be true. 

    When you encounter a truth, for which you are ready, you intuitively recognize it as such. Maybe it is just a part of that truth and in reading or hearing information, you find just one sentence, which "rings a bell" in you. It doesn't mean that the other information isn't true. But "the bell" gives you the necessary impulse for your further development. Simply accept that and put the remaining information aside. If there is something true and necessary in the rest, it will come to you at the right time, when you are prepared for it. Use this rule with all information, which you read or hear - also this.


    And don't be surprised, if you encounter seemingly contradictory information in various sources. Individual authors express parts of the truths and reach people, which other teachers don't. Learn to listen to your own spirit, it is your best teacher. Trust your Higher Self, because that is the spark from the divine flame of the Absolute.

  4. Inner knowledge without thinking


    When you learn to be in the inner zone of silence and to meditate, you develop spiritually and your spirit passes fragments of truth and inspiration to your intellect. People in all creative professions, like artists, musicians, writers, designers, preachers or orators receive ideas through the Higher Self. This is also the origin of visions of seers and foresights of prophets.


    With specific development, in some higher states of consciousness, there comes the experience of simply "knowing" things without the usual use of the intellect. This is difficult to grasp, if you haven't had the experience, but in these states your intellect notices that there comes knowledge without its activity. And the intellect respectfully recognizes this to be higher knowledge, which transcends its limits. It is a bit similar to being in the zone of inner silence and receiving answers to your questions. Then the information also comes by itself, not as a result of your thinking. But this is something different. These are very subtle and high states of consciousness. One has to experience them to understand the difference.


    When this happens and you receive information, it may be hard to explain it to others or even to yourself. Being back in ordinary consciousness again, it is as if footprint of the knowledge and confidence was left about the received truth. So, you may "know" something, but you can't explain the why and how of it. Nonetheless you can use the gained knowledge with trust in life.

  5. When you learn to trust the Absolute and consciously open to It, you receive bits of illumination and truths more frequently. With further development, there comes such knowledge which the intellect couldn't have even imagined. To all who have reached a certain level of development, to be "led by the Spirit" becomes a reality.

  6. How to access inner knowledge


    You can connect to your Higher Self and receive inner guidance through daily practice of silence and meditation. But I would like to mention that there are different levels, how deep you can go. There are simpler, more basic practices for experiencing silence and meditating, which can be practiced on your own, but if you wish to go deeper, you'll notice what a subtle and precise science meditation actually is. It takes studies, for example, of human constitution, its functioning as a whole and also the functioning of your thoughts, emotions and how to be in the now, etc. to practice it on subtler levels. To practice meditation on deeper levels requires time for studies, practice, patience and the guidance of a true, skilled Teacher. But it is an essential key to discover your Higher Self and the Truths of life since “Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart … Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens.” (Carl Jung)

    Why? Because meditation brings you out of the borders of your mind and physical senses. A human functions on many planes (eg. physical body, energy body, mental body, wisdom body, Higher Self). People are usually not aware of the different planes and how to use them. They live mainly immersed in the activity of the mind and its borders of perception of the world, which are connected to the limitations of the physical human senses. For example, it is a well known fact that the average human vision can perceive less than 1% of the energy/matter of the universe. Simply put, this means that humans can perceive just a small fraction of the reality of the universe through their vision (and other regular senses). With regards to the mind, it is similar. Through the mind you can perceive only a small portion of the reality of the universe, a fraction of what really exists. But through meditation you can gain insight into that what the mind can't access - the deepest truths about life and the universe. “Close Your Eyes, And You will See.” (Joseph Joubert)

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  8. Discover other universal laws and principles:


    1. Law of Divine Oneness

    2. Law of Vibration
    3. Law of Mentalism and Consciousness
    4. Law of Correspondence
    5. Law of Polarity
    6. Law of Rhythm
    7. Law of Cause and Effect 
    7.1 Law of Giving and Receiving 
    8. Law of Evolution
    8.1 Law of Life Purpose
    8.2 Principle of Challenge and Negativity 
    8.3 Law of Success

    9. Principle of Love 



    Information used:

    • * Light on the Path and Trough the Gates of Gold. Mabel Collins, Biblio Bazaar, UK
    • **Advanced course in Yogi Philosophy and oriental occultism. Yogi Ramacharaka, The Yogi Publication Society, Michigan, 1904
    • ***The Bible, Mark 8:18
    • The Kybalion. A Study of the Hermetic Philosophy of Ancient Egypt and Greece by Three Initiates, The Yogi Publication Society, Masonic temple, Chicago, Ill
    • The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success: A Practical Guide to the Fulfillment of Your Dreams. Deepak Chopra, US, New World Library, 1994