10 Hacks to Enlighten Our Day to Day Lives
January 29, 2017
— self help, spiritual science
CAUTION: These are the tools found in the hands of some of Histories most profound minds and are among the teachings behind our greatest religions. They have the ability too lead to a “Religious Experience” and may cause life changing shifts of consciousness. Use at your own discretion.
- Sovereignty: The divine right of natural law that we have the power to change ourselves, our lives and the world around us. Great men born in poverty and rose up too great heights such as Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson believed in Sovereignty. Thomas Jefferson’s motto was “Rebellion from Tyrants is Obedience too God”.
- Self Reflection: The key principle behind The Golden Verses of Pythagoras, this principle applies that by evaluating our actions and behaviors on a daily bases, we can focus on what habits and behaviors need corrected. This is also common in many self help books.
- Self Discipline: One must take those bad habits and correct them in order too obtain a greater understanding of themselves. The I Ching calls this “a good person”.
- Know Thyself: At the Heart of the Egyptian Mysterious was this question, “Man Know Thyself?” The idea that by learning the mystery of the soul, we can better understand not just ourselves but the world around us and apply what we’ve learned about ourselves to enrich our lives on every level.
- Eliminate Desire: Like Self Reflection, except the internal problem isn’t a correctable habit but something you want and cant have or something you have no control over. The idea is too find that desire, learn too let it go and move on with your life. It’s one of the key principles of the Buddha.
- Clear Mindedness: The principle that a clear mind free from day to day distractions will help the individual become more focused and in tune with nature and in harmony with their role in the world. This is the function behind mediation.
- Find Your Bliss: This is the same as follow you path or calling in life. Confucius once said, “A man has a hobby to ease his mind after a day of work, but a man who dedicates his life to his hobby never works a day in his life”.
- Seek Truth: Seek out the best knowledge and seek out the highest wisdom. The fundamental principle of Zoroastrianism it took seek out the purest truths of life and build from their.
- Give Back. Generosity is a powerful tool that was the back bone of early Christianity and other groups such as the Neo Platonic Gnostics. But it always make you feel good when you help out your fellow man. The I Ching says ” a good person works on himself, but a great person is a good person who put aside his growth to help and teach others”.
- Transcendence: The belief that by overcoming the material world for the world of the inner light, one can rise too higher levels of spiritual enlightenment. This is as common in Christian Mysticism as in the Occult as it is in Hinduism.