Say these sentences a lot. "I want to do what You would have me do. What would You have me do?" Whenever it occurs to you, say the sentences again. Get wirelessly Online again, and again, and again, and again.
At first it will feel like you are getting Online with Big Mind, as though you were joining, as though you were yoking — which is the initial meaning of yoga, "to yoke." And then you'll realize, "Oh wow, this Big Mind that I am joining with is actually my mind. Big Mind is my mind!" This is the other, more primary meaning of yoga, "union" or "unity." It is a statement.
The practices help you experience your unity with Infinity. There is only one Infinite Mind or Conscious Presence, and it is infinitely individuated as you and me and everything else. Your job, your joy, what you get to do, is live your life with Online Knowing.
FSY Freeform Playlist from class:
- Om Namah Shivaya/Thy Will Be Done ~ Donna De Lory
- Desert Poem ~ Stephan Micus
- Domine Fil Unigenite ~ Mercedes Bahleda
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Image Credit: Hubble Legacy Archive, NASA, ESA - Processing: Judy Schmidt
Image Info: If you visit HH 24, don't go near the particle beam jet. This potential future travel advisory might be issued because the powerful jet likely contains electrons and protons moving hundreds of kilometers per second. The above image was taken by the Hubble Space Telescope in infrared light in order to better understand turbulent star forming regions known as Young Stellar Objects (YSOs). Frequently when a star forms, a disk of dust and gas circles the YSO causing a powerful central jets to appear. In this case, the energetic jets are creating, at each end, Herbig-Haro object 24 (HH 24), as they slam into the surrounding interstellar gas. The entire star forming region lies about 1,500 light years distant in the Orion B molecular cloud complex. Due to their rarity, jets like that forming HH 24 are estimated to last only a few thousand years.