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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Talking to God

Ajah is without localized mind or body, Ajah or ‘God’ created brains to think and bodies to act through… God is a force but can be heard through the voices of spiritual masters and there works…

If you look at the sky and ask God to tell you stuff, you will be disappointed…

To see God you must observe the signs of the universe, as well as observing your own awareness…

I saw a movie called Bruce Almighty, he called for God to tell him what to do, then a truck with stop signs in the back cut him off… that was God telling him to stop but Bruce didn’t listen and ended up crashing into a tree..

When looking inside you see that God is the soul, and we are all the minds& bodies are God’s. Hence we are all God and God is the true Self, the body-mind is just a robot, or a vehicle for the one self.

A simple technique for talking to the Supreme Whole is using a holy text or a book of wisdom…

Its an ancient technique called Bibliomancy wherein a phrase or words will speak to the querent when a random book from a library, bookstore, or book shelf is opened and glanced at. Alternately, useing a book by a saint, prophet, or deity..a holy book.

Personally I use the Tao Te Ching,  the Avadhuta Gita, or the Bhagavad Gita.

Method

  1. A book is picked that is believed to hold truth.
  2. It is balanced on its spine and allowed to fall open.
  3. A passage is picked, with the eyes closed.

You ask God a question (whether spoken or not) and then flip to a totally random page and start reading the passage. continue this until Ajah blesses you with an answer.Because book owners frequently have favorite passages that the books open themselves to, some practitioners use dice or another randomiser to choose the page to be opened. This practice was formalized by the use of coins or yarrow stalks in consulting the I Ching.

After i sit down and meditate, I flip open the Tao Te Ching and drink in the wisdom… It was meant for me to read and learn this wisdom, it was left to God which page I read. The words that are meant for you will be hard to miss, it will be as if they jump off the page. You can also close your eyes as you open the book and place your finger on the page to direct you to a specific passage.

But the qualities of the text matters if you choose a particular book… a saint is a person who has erased illusory mortality and lives in perpetual understanding of ones inherent unity with God(one universe, one soul, one God.)

Therefore the words of a saint is God directly filtered through the Body and Mind of a saint. Thus there words are acceptable for this “technique”.

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

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 Way of Ajah

Ajah teaches that by observing of nature, we can find unity in all things, and thereby experience liberation. Ajah teaches that everything has its complementary opposite. More than this that everything can only be understood by comparing it to its opposite.
Day is only day in comparison to night, cold only cold in comparison to heat, and soft only soft in comparison to hard. Looking deeper still,we realize these relationships are in a constant state of flux: Day turns to night and back again.
All things, then, are interdependent. By observing the processes of nature we can come to some understanding about the meaning of our lives and about our place in the world. These concepts are also one the cornerstone of Ajah philosophy.
Many philosophers have noticed that what happens in nature is effortless. This does not mean that there is no struggle, but that events occur without premeditation. we all exist, we are all just being, the world just is, and things just happen..

Contemplate the life of a plant.

The seed falls onto the ground.

If the soil is fertile, and if it receives warmth, light, and water, it may emerge as a seedling.

It does not require instruction to know how to take nourishment in through its roots or how to eat the suns light.

Given the knowledge it contains, the plant is complete within its own self. Why should life be different for people?

Just be here now, why not allow situations to unfold as they may rather than trying to manipulate others and orchestrate events? This is the meaning of I AM, You just are.

Welcome to Ajah Dharma

Namaste’

may you receive a thousand blessings…

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40 day practice

The period of 40 days has been widely recognized as an auspicious period both in the East and the West since ancient times. A traditional way to do an extended practice of Om Namah Shivaya mantra is to choose a number of repetitions per day, and to do that for 40 days. The mind likes to have a beginning and end to a practice, a sense of completion, such as comes with a 40 day (or longer) practice.

Fixed time per practice session: Mind finds comfort in knowing that it will do the practice of one round of 108 repetitions (or some other number of rounds), and that each round will take a predictable amount of time.

Same number of rounds: Mind also likes the predictability of doing a certain number of rounds done per day. Mind may resist at times, but once it gets started in the practice, mind likes the habit.

Specific number of days: Mind also likes the plan of knowing how many days or months a practice will take to complete. This can be very beneficial in stabilizing a noisy mind, which is a common complaint.

A mala is a set of counting beads with 108 beads. Only 100 are counted, with the other 8 considered an offering to the divine, however you personally hold that. You might choose to do 1, 2, 3, 4, or more rounds of 108 mantras per day, counting with a set of mala beads.

It has been said that there is freedom in discipline; choosing to do a regular practice frees the mind from wondering what practice will be done that day. It is also important not to do the mantra practice with rote repetition, but rather, with feeling and awareness.

By running your own experiment for 40 days, you can decide for yourself whether or not the practice of Om Namah Shivaya mantra is beneficial.

Extended practice

A noticeable level of mantra siddhi (power of the mantra) is said to come with 125,000 repetitions of a mantra (Such an extended practice is called a purascharna). This is equivalent to 1250 rounds of a mala.

Such an extended practice with Om Namah Shivaya mantra can have a tremendous effect in stabilizing the mind in preparation for advancing in meditation. Such a practice simply must be done personally to understand the benefits. It does take quite a commitment to do this practice every day for such a long period, but it is well worth the effort.

In choosing the level of practice per day, it is important to have stability from one day to the next, and to not skip any days. It is best to choose the level that works for you consistently, rather than changing the number from day to day. For example, if two rounds per day is a good number, then it’s better to stay with that amount each and every day, not to do none on one day, but four on the next day.

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