Those who practice the Dharma [Gnosis] with their mouths
Talk much and seem to know much teaching,
But when the time comes for the perceiver [Essence] to leave the deadened body,
The mouth-bound preacher into space is thrown [to be reborn by karma].

milarepaThose who practice the Dharma [Gnosis] with their mouths
Talk much and seem to know much teaching,
But when the time comes for the perceiver [Essence] to leave the deadened body,
The mouth-bound preacher into space is thrown [to be reborn by karma].

When the Clear Light [Ain Soph Aur / Christ] shines,
it is cloaked by blindness [that is, one is not awakened];
The chance to see the Dharmakaya [Ain Soph via Kether] at the time of death
Is lost through fear and confusion [due to ego, I].

Even though one spends his life in studying the Canon [written teachings],
It helps not at the moment of the departure of Consciousness [from the body at death].

Alas! Those proficient yogis who long have practiced Meditation
Mistake the psychic experience of illumination [ecstasies, samadhis, dhyanas, jhanas, etc]
For Transcendental Wisdom [Prajna / Christ],
And are [delusionally] happy with this form of self-deception.
Therefore when at death the Transcendental Wisdom [Prajna / Christ] of the Dharmakaya shines,
These yogis cannot unify the Light of Mother-and-Son.
Since [their level of] Meditation cannot help them as they die,
They are still in danger of rebirth in lower Realms.

My dear son, best of laymen, listen to me carefully!

When your body is rightly posed [asana], and your Consciousness absorbed deep in Meditation,
You may feel that thought and mind both disappear;
Yet this is but the surface experience of Dhyana [ecstasy / samadhi].
By constant practice and mindfulness thereon,
One feels radiant Self-awareness shining like a brilliant lamp.
It is pure and bright as a flower,
It is like the feeling of staring
Into the vast and empty sky.
The Awareness of Voidness is limpid and transparent, yet vivid.
This Non-thought, this radiant and transparent experience
Is but the feeling of Dhyana [ecstasy / samadhi].
With this good foundation
One should further pray to the Three Precious Ones,
And penetrate to Reality by deep thinking and contemplation.
He thus can tie the Non-ego Wisdom [Prajna]
With the beneficial life-rope of deep Dhyana [ecstasy / samadhi].
With the power of kindness and compassion,
And with the altruistic vow of the Bodhi-Heart [Bodhichitta],
He can see direct and clear
The truth of the Enlightened Path,
Of which nothing can be seen, yet all is clearly visioned.
He sees how wrong were the fears and hopes of his own mind.
Without arrival, he reaches the place of Buddha;
Without seeing, he visions the Dharmakaya;
Without effort, he does all things naturally [that is, without Exertion].
Dear son, the Virtue-seeker, bear this instruction in your Consciousness.

Quote of the Day

"Those who only preoccupy themselves with their own spiritual progress and do not work for others achieve absolutely nothing. Whosoever wants to progress must sacrifice the self for others."

Samael Aun Weor, Tarot and Kabbalah