This week I created a new website and I contemplated and experienced the image of Kunu Lama Rinpoche in prayer in my book Teachings from Tibet! What a blessing. Utterly profound.

My dad and I purchased a beautiful wordpress site to help others with liberation.

This is my new blog, and all around avante-guard enlightened free space. We purchased the name www.integratedispirit.com for many reasons.

It represents the integration of the “I” as spirit. The “I” of knowledge which hopefully will be a great benefit to all.

You can see the direct manifestation of that utter truth here. https://integratedispirit.com/2019/03/31/is-it-freedom/.

In this first post – What Is Freedom? – I was attempting to convey the absolute nondual power of reality.

Since I had already achieved the crown victory as a result of ritual practice,

I was trying to convey how to know it ourselves.  

Towards the end of writing a genuine actual spiritual prayer emerged, “be the self and know the love and light of the infinite.”

Ken wilber breaks down powerful spiritual knowledge into four stages: gross, subtle, causal, nondual. This powerful identity surmounts all difficulty.

The nectar of all true ways.

This nectar of knowledge is possible for all of us. At the time of writing, my thought broke through the tenuous veil. I penetrated nirvana, atman, and brahman.

Every so often our “identity”, “atman”, “no-self”, “tathagatagharba”, peers beyond the veil of this suffering or illusion into nirvikalpa samadhi which is a world of unabated light, an absolute ocean of unalloyed identity. We may be assisted or aided by spiritual masters. The knowledge can definitely be shared.

In this momentary experience we pierce through suffering, into an ocean of nectar.

The emergence of an infinite sun, full and full. There is no end to the fullness.

If one were to contemplate it, more than depression, it would give one great peace.

And as we pierce the veil, there is nothing to contemplate except the totally, wholly “one” nature of all seeming suffering, illusion, and reductionism, and cynicism no matter how insignificant.

I also read 3-4 pages from my Tibet book, and contemplated with devotion the image of Kunu Lama Rinpoche. This manifested a direct causal blessing.

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