Posts Tagged ‘God-realized’

Three Things That Atheists Believe

February 2, 2012

Logic demands that atheists believe the following three points:

1) All the God-realized saints and sages through the ages were either delusional or lying.
Countless spiritual seekers throughout the centuries have achieved self-realization: the direct experience of oneness with God and all creation. Many of these mystics have attained astonishing powers in the process and were able to perform miracles that defy the laws of physics. Such stories have been well documented. For instance, Paramahansa Yogananda’s spiritual classic, Autobiography of a Yogi, first published in 1946, offers dozens of accounts of miraculous feats, many of which personally involved the author.

Ordinary people also experience the Divine. Moments away from death from Hodgkin’s Lymphoma six years ago today, Anita Moorjani underwent (more…)

Masters Continue to Walk the Earth

November 18, 2008


I have heard many a person scoff at the notion that avatars (those who have achieved oneness with divine consciousness) have been present throughout every age. They ask, “If such exalted beings existed, why haven’t we heard of them?”

One reason is that skeptics are the least likely to read accounts of such lives, which can be found in a number of spiritual texts. Indeed, evidence suggests that these masters have walked the Earth and continue to do so to this day. Their lives serve as both proof and inspiration that all things are possible when you wholeheartedly give your life to God.

While these contemporary Christ-like figures can effortlessly perform miracles that defy the laws of physics, the general public will remain unaware of their existence. Uniting with divine consciousness necessitates the death of the ego; the notion that these selfless saints would flaunt their abilities is unthinkable. Holiness and humility walk hand in hand.

Eckhart Tolle made another important point on page 87 of his powerful book, The Power of Now:

Never personalize Christ. Don’t make Christ into a form identity. Avatars, divine mothers, enlightened masters, the very few that are real, are not special as persons. Without a false self to uphold, defend, and feed, they are (more…)