Book of Ajah…

a book written only while in the highest heavens…
It will be typed, spell checked, and published to all to see…
It is the words of the heart. The words of God… brought to you as a gift of inspiration. blessings on all beings, close and distant.

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Heart Scripture

The most important scripture in Ajah Dharma are the words held within the lotus of the heart…. when an individual trys to read the scripture of the heart, one speaks Gibberish (this is the same phenomenon as found in Pentecostal churches, as speaking in Tongues).

Through mystical and spiritual knowledge anyone can translate the words of the heart into the language that the individual speaks, for example Latin, Sanskrit, Tibetan, or English…

This is how all the worlds scripture is written, the mind hears the truth of the heart(the self) and translates it into revelation…Written scriptures are books where we get a lot of Knowledge and Inspiration from. God can be found with in the heart and speaks to us the truth and deep down we always know the truth. The word of Ajah is written in our hearts and this quality is used when reading scriptures to decide what feels like truth and what does not.

I read my heart and I can best translate the scripture of the heart as;

Peace, Love, Compassion, Humility, and Integrity. (check Ajah: tenets)

you can say it a million different, ways but this is the truth of Love.

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I have read different philosophies that espouse the same idea, for example;

the mystical Sufi Muslims, claim the true word, Allah is written on the heart.

the Rastafaians, claim that second half of the bible is written on your heart.

the Hindus say a deity lives within the heart.

Buddhist say mantra is sung by the heart.

I’ve heard from Buddhists and Hindus both have told me that the letter ‘om’ is written on the heart

STRONG

I call on all people to be strong, to walk tall with their backs straight and there chins up. To live with integrity, and to teach others the ways of integrity… You are I, you are Ajah, one who is regarded as having great knowledge and wisdom, and who uses it to guide others (Priest, Teacher, Guru, Ras).

“To bring back the natural harmony that humans once enjoyed.
To save the planet from present practices of destruction.
To find and re-employ real truth.
To promote true balance between both genders.
To share and be less materialistic.
To become rid of prejudice.
To learn to be related.

To be kind to animals and take no more than we need.
To play with one’s children and love each equally and fairly.
To be brave and courageous, enough so,
to take a stand and make a commitment.
To understand what Generations Unborn really means.
To accept the Great Mystery
in order to end foolish argument over religion.”

– True Pathwalkers

Ajah is in all places at all times,& in its purest form this principle manifests on earth as a divine incarnation, a person with supreme knowledge about God and all creation. The Mystic is the knower of God, a saint which can see God at any time he so desires. I & I are all divine incarnations if we can just remember, I is Ajah with a mind& body, deities who roam the the earth.

I & I, verily all who have learned the essential unity of life & death, have done so out of the supreme self’s desire to awaken all facets of ones self… we live so long in the illusion we forget whats real and whats not, and we fall to sleep…

But ‘I’ is strong we will not fall into the sleep of localized existance, we shall forever remember the truth that is One…

I & I will carry through

One of the most distinctive (in my mind anyway) Rasta lingo is the substitution”I-and-I” for other pronouns, usually the first person. “I”, as used in the examples above, refers to Jah; therefore, “I-and-I” in the first person includes the presence of the divine within the individual.

As “I-and-I” can also refer to “us,” “them,” or even “you,” it is used as a practical linguistic rejection of the separation of the individual from the community, and God its self.

The term is often used in place of “you and I” or “we” among Rastafari, implying that both persons are united under the love of Jah.

I and I is a complex term, referring to the oneness of God and every human.

I and I is an expression of total oneness, the oneness of two persons. So God is within all of us and we’re all one people. The bond of brotherhood is the bond of God, of man. But man itself needs a head and the head of man is the Supreme self Jah.

I and I is the best way to describe this essential truth, I & I means to me, the ego-self and the god-self. I & I , the brain and the soul…

In Ajah I will often refer to I&I when im speaking to show the self in the Brain & the soul, or of the mind and the divine within.

this is a concept to think on

Sacred space

A sacred Circle is a sacred space. It is popular in Occultism and Wicca, but is a significant and potent spiritual practice that should be practiced freely and often. Traditionally a circle or sphere of space marked out by practitioners in rituals, which they generally believe will contain energy and form a sacred space, or will provide them a form of magical protection, or both. It may be marked physically, drawn in salt or chalk, for example, or merely visualised. Its spiritual significance can be likened to that of mandala and yantra. There are many published techniques for casting a circle, and many groups and individuals have their own unique methods. The common feature of these practices is that a boundary is traced around the working area. A circle is typically nine feet in diameter, but can be any size.

In Ajah the circle is not drawn on the ground nor is strictly a “circle” the Ajah Tribes use the circle ritual to consecrate any space (circle or not) as a temporary temple, where one should do various sadhana… it is in Ajah Dharma in the form of the Ajah opening rite… it attracts “good” energies, and create the duality of pure and impure, as all negativity is banished from this space.

The beautiful thing about the circle is it is a ritual that can be done any were at any time.

read: Ajah opening rite

The importance of devotional worship

Ultimately all duality, including you and god, are false… However liberation through devotion is the easiest way to enlightenment…

When one worships God. One is worshiping the self, as all is one, God is considered the unified whole of the universe. When one dualistically worships a deity, the false Ego is worshiping the highest true buddha self, who is perfection in our minds… In Bhakti Yoga it is said that you love until you become the object of your affections. When Bhakti(devotion yoga) combined with Jnana(wisdom yoga) and other yogas spiritual knowledge is perfected.

In Ajah Dharma we call the male godhead the Great Spirit because he is the one spirit or self shared by all beings… The female godhead is called Mother Nature because she is the “outer” part of the one thing, material nature, however the godheads are expressed as the awareness & body-mind.

In a way the ego is falling in on it’s self.

I remember when i was a boy I watched a cartoon, in the cartoon the Hero was under a curse of obedience…

the others said “How do we break the curse?”

The Heroine said “We don’t, we use the curse…”

“Act as if you were’nt under any spell.” and the hero woke up..

Bhakti’s the same way, instead of doing difficult meditations all you have to do is worship, and you will attain liberation… useing the mind against the mind, and for the nourishment of the Spirit…

God can be behind you were its hard to see… behind the illusion, behind your thoughts, etc..

or you can be in front of God…. in front of you as a diety, in front of you as the symbol, etc…

the Five Yogas

As I understand it there are five Yogas. The aim of yoga is moksha or nirvana, which is liberation from all worldly identification and the cycle of birth and death (samsara), at which point there is a realization of identity with Ajah. The aim of yoga, or of the person practicing yoga, is the attainment of a state of perfect spiritual insight and tranquility through meditating on the unity of Ajah.

The Five systems for attaining liberation are:

  1. Bhakti Yoga: Union with God through devotion
  2. Karma Yoga: Union with God through selfless action
  3. Jnana Yoga: Union With God through Wisdom
  4. Raja Yoga: Union with God through focused meditation
  5. Tantra Yoga: Union with God through the manipulation of the subtle energies.

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