Saturday, August 26, 2017

Thirst for ideal or the reset

The Christ said that to be born again of the Kingdom it was necessary to die of the old person and he did not speak about the death !  Here is is the same image but in today’s fashion: when your Windows is in bulk, reset your PC. It is the deep Meditation. 



The mind and the nervous system’s fonctioning , for the human being in a environment which is not planned for him, the stressing big cities, the work productivity, a generating family life of suffering because of the life rhythm generates psychic residues which prevent him to operate normally.

That causes confusion and suffering. It would be necessary to make as with a computer: to reset. It is possible thanks to the Agya of the original-yoga. The Agya is a set of three practices which cover the existence from waking up to bed time, living a normal life, and allow to be reset, to recalibrate yourself.


All those who use a computer know the reboot
which names the reset.
When you make a reboot
it is because the computer fails
because of background applications running in spite of you.

The same thing inside

It happens that your mind, your intellect accumulates
all kinds of informations, conscious or unconscious,
coming from stimuli, good, less good or bad events,
from thoughts, speculations, dreamed etc
This information leave traces
which impact your daily life. 

Sometimes that appears in the form of culpability, doubts, regrets, attachments or inextinguishable desires. There is also the hidden memory where are the worries, the unhappiness, the anger and the fear. As many inexhaustible sources of bugs which let crash your operating system, the mind.

You are like these computers which heated too much

There are inside you so much slags, remains of the mind and the senses activity that you are blocked, unable to make the difference between the truth, the fake, between the objective and the subjective. From a tool, the mind becomes a Master. Your phantasms become reality and you base your acts on an illusion. If you are in this case, you are the ideal candidate for a reboot. 


It is what the path allows you

It offers you a way to reset in your original state, at the present moment. In this moment the mind’s interferences disappear. The fragmentation makes way to the unit.

''One and His Name are the source of the world
The Knowledge leads to the unit ''

[Bhaktimàrga 2-1-1]

The existence is a travel back to your country of origin and it is not because the travel can seem long that you should not benefit from the landscape… and then the existence is beautiful, even if it is not perfect nor free from sufferings. The rain after the sun, the sun after the rain, it is thus and it should be accepted as you cannot do anything.

Reasons to suffer

There are always reasons to suffer, that they are related to your own life or to the one of so many other people, throughout the world, who are the victims of injustices and cruelties. The reunion between your Conscience and the inner Peace do not prevent the empathy. 


To live well it is necessary to live as what was planned for you. A sea fish will live better in salt water than in a lake. An orang-outang will live better in the deepest primary forest, at the tree tops, than in a cage. It is as follow: to each species its biotope.


The human being was not designed to live where he lives today,
in any case in the developed societies.
This inadequacy of the environment to the human being
is not caused by the modernity.
It is the capitalist motivation which makes violence with its nature. 

One evening, on the television

A report showed, on the television, the farmer’s life in Ladakh cultivating the barley. When it was very windy they threw the cereals in the air, after having beaten them, to separate the the kernels from the heads.

During this work they sang the glory of the wind come from the close mountains and laughed much. Then this report showed these people, later, who did the same job but with a tractor and a coupled machine with it. This machine automatically sorted the grai and the straw. Only one person in the back was enough, to charge it and an other one on the tractor to cut down a work which required ten times more time and people.

A woman farmer said that the productivity had increased considerably and that they earned more money and had more time. Then she says: 

We earn more money but for buying what ?
We save time but for doing what with ?
We do not sing any more, because of the noise of the engine
and we do not work any more together, we do not laugh any more… “

We earn more money but for buying what ?
Now we have more money
but I feel a mental stress which I did not know before.
We had less money, less comfort and less goods
but we were happy.
Now this tension makes me suffer and my desires increase… “

''Go beyond your physical nature that attaches you to the illusion
Free yourself of the duality and of your desires
Stay in the Grace of the Agya

[Bhaktimàrga 2-2-16]

The environment of competition 

It is this environment where the human lives and who is not adapted to his nature: the need for effectiveness, productivity, race to the performance and the increase in the profits. Since childhood, in the elementary schools, until the retirement our societies let you believe that the goal of the man is to be productive, powerful.

Is the purpose of the Human really to be useful for the establishment of financial wealths producing always more and for low-costs? No, certainly not and the proof is this state of mental stress that lets him suffer so much and pushes some to the nervous breakdown and others to the suicide.

The modernity has nothing to do with that : you can be modern and not crazy ! Now the world lives under the reign of the golden calf which leads you to the slaughter-house. “Sentimental crowd, thirst for ideal…” like said a french well known song. The politicians, who understand nothing, promise more competitiveness to you whereas you dream of ideal. The politics who will speak about ideal, about solidarity will gain your voices ! 

This ideal is inside you and it is by resetting your operating system that you will find it. It is what the path offers you: the means, through the Agya, and the four revealed techniques, to be disconnected and find this initial state, this normal state of the human being.

Saturday, August 19, 2017

The Knowledge and the learned knowledges

In the spirituality, there is a difference between the learned knowledge and the Knowledge (with a capital K). The Knowledge (or shruti) is an obviousness coming by the practice, inspired, revealed by the experiment of the deepest of your true being: the soul and the Holy-Name. 

The Knowledge about which it is question on the path of Freedom, the original-yoga, is not one of the knowledge (known as “with-seeds”) learned at school, in books. The Knowledge is not the learned knowledge.

The spiritual Knowledge about which it is question on the path is a revealed Knowledge, the Shruti of the Vedic school Sâmkhya. It is a Knowledge like an obviousness coming from the deepth by plunging in the bliss, the contemplation through the Observance of the Agya (three joined together practices forming the original-yoga).

Question of word
What is the Knowledge, spiritually?

 Is it the sum of the learned things? 

Is it the instruction ? Obviously not. 

The true Knowledge is not 

the one you find in the books, as holy as they can be, 

not more as the one of the temples. 

Take, for example, a very honourable spiritual way like the Buddhism. There is not one Buddhism but a multitude according to whether they are Indian, Tibetans, Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, American, French etc. In any case the Buddhism denies the existence of the soul, preferring to it an aggregate of seven impermanent and interdependent elements forming the being. However it believes that the Spirit, which is usually bound to the physical body, can be detached in some in Dhyàna and go until the nirvàna [the nirvikalpa-samadhi, for yoga] being thus established in the awakening. 

Various Buddhisms Tibetan, Japanese, Indian, Western

''Samadhi is Satçitananda, the Kingdom the Christ spoke about ''
[Bhaktimàrga 2-5-14]

Here is an inconsistency, or at least a paradox. How, without believing in the existence of the soul transcending the existence of the physical body, it is possible, at the same time to say that one of the seven elements forming the being is detached from the others and knows the nirvàna, on the road of the awakening?

A paradox

This apparent paradox is explained by a simple matter of vocabulary: the word soul is replaced by that of Spirit. The Buddhists believe that the Spirit, or the mind, is a sixth sens [manas] independent of the brain so that if two brains of a person would be transplanted to another each one would remain himself. The Dalai Lama says that: '' The highest level (of conscience) escapes the material support. The conscience is independent of the physical particles ''.

This description looks like the one we could give of the soul. How can we explain the samsàra, the multiple incarnations, by denying the transcendence of a part of the human being’s seven components ? If these seven aggregates are, like Buddhism says, impermanent, indissociable and interdependent, how can we justify that the Spirit can leave the body; alone, in order to incarnate itself elsewhere and to carry on its way towards the Liberation


The Buddhism is a spiritual school attached to the theories and  written things in books. It is however simpler to realise the full Conscience with this Juste-sight, so loved by the Buddhism, given by the frequentation of the center of oneself ! The Buddhism makes use of concepts, fixed on pages and pages, to explain everything and frame a practice whose the goal is not very readable because of all its paradoxes and inconsistencies.

The Writings speak to us about two types of knowledge: “para and apara”. This Vedic concept indicates the knowledge of the phenomenal world, of the things which one sees, that one touches, that our senses perceive under the name of apara, that of the subtle field of the spirituality is named para. The word “learned knowledge” indicates apara and the word Knowledge, with a capital “K”, indicates the “things” of the true spirituality. It is only para who can lead to the realization of oneself on the spiritual level.

The Knowledge about which it is question on the path of Freedom
 (the original-yoga) is the Shruti of the Sâmkhya’s school: 
revealed Knowledge, coming from the deepest 
thanks to the Observance of the Agya. 
(Agya: a set of the three practices constituting the original-yoga).

The reading does not give the experiment 
of the inner Peace 


You can spend all your life reading all the Buddhist writings of all the various Buddhist schools without advancing on the road of the Realization. The lessons rotate on themselves and you lose youself with these games worthy of the Torah and the Cabal. The writings are not enough.


   The Buddhism is founded on the base of the awakening lived by sri Gautama 
which did not know the awakening while spending his life with reading: 
he sat down under his fig tree 
and he entered in deep Meditation [Dhyàna] 
until the nirvikalpa-samadhi and the awakening, 
moved by a great desire to merge himself in the Unit.

''The meditation is contemplation ''

Several hundred years [450] later, some descendants of descendants of descendants of disciples who had known the living Buddha and had listened to his sermons [Satsang] put into black and white the distant memories of the missing Master’s teaching. This teaching, in the course of time, had changed into concepts.


What would think sri Gautama, in your opinion, if he came back
today and followed the lesson delivered in a Tibetan lamasery ? Would he recognize what he lived? Could he, following this teaching, sit down under a tree and know the awakening as a practitioner of the taught Meditation

The Truth is in all

If you look for a way of life, that you like to let tinkle the cymbals, turn the prayer wheels, let burn the incenses, then the Buddhism gives you what you seek. It is a noble and beautiful way, but the Truth can be met there only when the studies cease, when the Conscience deepens. The Truth is in oneself and he who finds it in a religion does not find it thanks to the religion but in spite of it; because he already had it inside himself.


The answers and the answer

If you are really thirsty for Truth, then do not place your hope in the studies. You can read books in connection with spirituality, as hobby, a source of inspiration but no writing ever replaced the practice. 

There exists a single answer to all the questions. 
It is not in any book. Even the Bhaktimàrga, 
which sings the praises of the Truth, does not give any answer. 
The only answer which is worth is the one who allows a person 
to put her/his Conscience at the good place, inside 
and to keep it there as far as he/she want it. 
To dissipate the darkness of the ignorance you 
need the Light of Knowledge. 

The Knowledge and seeds

The word Knowledge (connaissance in french), at the origin, did not indicate intellectuals knowledges. The root of the word (connaissance) is sanskrit and it is the same one as that of the word jnana, of the jnana-yoga, the yoga of the Knowledge. From the Sanskrit this word passed to Persian, then to Greek and, finally, to French via the Latin. The word Knowledge (connaissance) meant, in the sanskrite origin, to know, and implied: the gnosis of Shiva [or Shiva-jnana], i.e. to live what Shiva revealed.

This Knowledge has nothing to do with the bookish, theoretical one. This Knowledge is the fact of seeing and of understanding [to take with oneself, to realize]. The spiritual path needs realization, doing.


The true Knowledge is not learned, it is received and lived. The Revelation and the Agya carry this Knowledge in germ. The practice, the Observance lets grow this seed. This same seed that it is necessary to sow by paying attention to the birds and brambles, that about which spoke Christ in the New Testament, this seed which gives a tree whose fruits are recognizable.

''...By their fruits you will get knowledge of them (good or bad prophets).  
Do men get grapes from thorns or figs from thistles? 
Even so, every good tree gives good fruit; but the bad tree gives evil fruit.''
[Matthew 7/16/17]