My favorite Ancient Vedic Saying is, “Man lives in Akasha [The Unified Field of Potential Energy] like fish deep in the ocean, ignorant of water!” My teacher used to laugh and say, “How can a fish be thirsty?” Inferring, “How can a man be unfulfilled when he exists in a field of potential?”
So why is it important to meditate?
Proper meditation results in transcending which are moments of spacing-out. The experience of emptiness is a non-experience, devoid of sensual content yet extremely important as the emptiness is not empty but a field of highly synchronistic potential energy. The brain experiencing this harmony becomes more stable and creative. This harmonizing with higher levels of consciousness also results in external synchronicities.
Enlightenment is not some exotic fairy-tale or magical super normal condition but perfect health, perfect thinking and harmonious synchronistic interaction with your environment.
Eventually you will realize that thoughts become things and manifesting the future is the function of the ever present “now”!
Plan a peaceful and healthy tomorrow.
Rudolph V. Kolar; Author of “The Emptiness is not empty”.
Today I have achieved everything because I have achieved nothing!
Take a little time for yourself each day. Learn to meditate and transcend, be well rested, be happy and start your day with a smile!
Sometimes obvious truths are overlooked. Creativity, where does it come from? The answer is from emptiness, the void, or empty space as many masters have stated.
As odd as it may seem and maybe even seemingly counter-productive, the human mind needs periods of non-activity, emptiness, to be open and available for new ideas.
Want to be more creative? Do less and accomplish more? Then realize that proper meditation is a key to creativity.
Rudolph Kolar: “The Emptiness is not empty”. (http://www.amazon.com/Rudolph-Kolar/e/B00C1UAUHK )
Happy and Creative New Year to all 🙂
There are many meditation techniques in the world, all do something.
However, the goal of meditation is to have “an experience.”
What that experience is needs to be pointed out by an experienced teacher or it is usually overlooked, confused with physical sensations or mental hallucination.
The experience, when realized, becomes a subjective interpretation of the objective reality that underlies all existence.
So what are we talking about?
The unified field known as Akasha to the ancients is an ocean of potential energy that becomes everything through some magic of creation.
Akasha is the void that we float in like fish in the ocean ignorant of water.
So why is it important?
It is because the “experience” leaves us with the “taste” of harmony and synchronicity.
Abstract but reality.
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Real Magic Exists, not a rabbit from a hat,
but the manifestations of thoughts!
Rudolph V Kolar MBA Author and Artist
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Waste not want not Blog November 2014
My grandmother and my mother must have said “waste not want not” a thousand times when I was growing up in Illinois. Fall harvest season when the fruit was falling from the trees, apples, pears and plums were all over the ground. We picked the best with a picking basket at the end of a long pole and the rest would be left to over ripen and fall, smashing open on the ground and get covered with bees. When my Grandmother would visit, she would pick up the damaged fruit and cut away the bad parts. “Waste not want not” she would say. My mother would make dozens of apple pies, apple slices, pear pies and pumpkin pies every October/November. The two ovens, one in the kitchen and one in the basement were busy for many days.
And so this story comes to mind as I make a second loaf of banana bread here in Okinawa. When the bananas start to ripen here, within a short period of time I have dozens of bunches of bananas to give away and or use somehow. Having thirty or so bananas sitting in a basket on our kitchen table and starting to spot prompted me to search Google for banana recipes. I came up with a bread recipe and a pudding recipe both were easy to follow and both turned out amazingly tasty. “Waste not want not” keeps popping in my mind, reminding me of my Grandmother’s autumn visits!
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone, may your harvest be fruitful and tasty!