Reclaiming the heart and soul

Ever wondered where your soul is, how to find your true self?

find-your-soulAccording to the Vedas (ancient Sanskrit texts) the soul is in the area of the heart. Not actually in the heart itself but in the life airs in the heart region of the body.

So reclaiming the heart really means finding oneself, one’s soul or spirit.

In Bhagavad-gita the soul is described as eternal, individual and full of knowledge and bliss.

It is also said that the eternal soul, in its natural state, knows no fear and is completely free from illusion.

What do we mean by the soul?

The soul is said to always be active and full of life. It is the source of life in the body. Even when the body sleeps the soul is active and experiences dreams.

The symptom of the soul’s presence is consciousness. We are conscious of our own body from head to toe.

This can be easily understood when you consider the difference between a living person and a dead body.

In the space of a moment someone can die. Once they are dead it is plain to see that they are no longer present. The life is gone from the body. The person is gone. So the person is not the body but the soul.

The soul is individual. Each of us has our own consciousness and it extends through our body. When we feel pain the person next to us doesn’t.

So we’re individual, spiritual beings of pure consciousness full of eternal knowledge and bliss.

Lewis Carrol said that ‘we’re not human beings looking for a spiritual experience but spiritual beings having a human experience’. Likewise all the other living beings, animals, plants, fish etc are also spiritual and have material bodies and material consciousness.

How do we experience our own soul?

Using Matrix re-printing and EFT you can heal and resolve emotional issues that are blocking your growth and health.

Then using mediation, yoga, tai chiĀ  or other means to calm the mind, you can begin to experience the beauty and freedom of your own soul and eventually of the Super-soul who connects us all together.

According to the ancient Vedas and corroborated by many saints, sages and self-realised souls, the easiest method of self-realisation in the present age is meditation on the great mantra for deliverance;

Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare

This mantra is world famous and is the most powerful of all mantras as it is said to contain all other mantras within itself. It is not from this realm but is directly from the transcendental realm.

Om Tat Sat

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