The meaning of Ajah Dharma

The Ajah hold the simple knowings of naturalness, happiness, and peace… Holding everything as sacred and as apart of God.

First off an Ajah doesn’t “believe” anything, The Ajah warrior KNOWS the truth from this perspective. and that all spiritual truth is true from differant points of view.

The Ajah warrior understands that everything is One Universe, One soul, One God… that everything is the homogeneous energy of God

The Ajah Warrior knows that God made everything perfect, its us that thinks somethings broken.

The Ajah warrior Knows that all matter is one energy, and this energy is God.

The Ajah warrior knows that God grows fruit from it’s body, so we are not required to kill to eat.

The Ajah warrior knows that the body is the temple of God, and it is a sacred duty to keep the body healthy, happy, and clean.

The Ajah warrior knows that as the universe is the body of God, we are the blood cells of God, and to cause disharmony(violence, jealousy, anger) in the world is to create sickness within God and therefore ones self (since we are all God afterall)….  And so The Ajah warrior knows moralities importance.

The Ajah warrior knows that it is unnatural to cut your hair, as it is a living piece of your temple just because it causes no pain. You wouldn’t cut off a toe just because you couldn’t feel it would you.

The Ajah Warrior knows that God (that can be found within as a soul) is pure, perfect, and unchangeable. In this state we experience Unity.

The Ajah Warrior Knows the fundamental nature of everything is Unity….

The Ajah warrior knows that one can escape all suffering by focusing on the emptiness of the spirit that is the unity of all things.

The Ajah warrior knows that there is One self and that self is the one God, our bodies and minds are vehicles for these drops of the ocean that is God..

The Ajah knows God made the universe so it could experience dual existence through our many eyes and ears… “you cant enjoy a sunny day without a rainy one” and thus God created individual beings, so it could enjoy the journey to self-realization.

The Ajah warrior knows that all dualism is expressed as two fundamental complementary opposites of Yin&Yang, Shiva&Shakti.

The Ajah knows that in the beginning people read the scripture of there own heart, but as the cities of Babylon were built people became disconnected from nature and the self. Religions formed to heal the sickness of materialism. However many religions have become corrupted.

The Ajah Warrior lives by the words of his own heart, these words are often translated as Peace, Love, Compassion, Humility, & Integrity.

The Ajah knows it is unhealthy to live in boxes, as God created a whole world to live in…

The Ajah knows that through harmony with the universe one can reach liberation.

The Ajah knows liberation is the pure understanding of the unity of everything including body and mind, this unified whole is known as God.

The Ajah knows liberation coincides with the abandonment of ego.

The Ajah knows God is the higher self of every being….

The Ajah knows that God created all races and peoples equal.

The Ajah knows that God created three genders; siva(males) shaktis(female) & 3rd gender(any combination of male and female, including Homo ,Trans ,and Bisexual)

The Ajah knows that will is a karma and creates change in the world.

The Ajah Knows that God wants all people to help and love one another.

The Ajah knows that some people don’t want freedom, but prefer the system of babylon, they are confused by the false idea that the world outside in nature is worse than in the ghettos…

The Ajah knows that every rule can be bent with a pure heart.

The Ajah Warrior knows that every moment of everyday we are fulfilling past karmas, and creating new ones. the bugler who robed you got away because he had previous good karma, but soon he will be faced with the karma from robing you.

The Ajah warrior knows that trees are here to teach us… in the beginning people smoked Ganja and looked at trees for knowledge… nowadays we are stuck inside boxes all day so the trees come to us as books…

The Ajah Knows that if he wishes to liberate others he must go to Babylon and congregate with those lost on the path.

The Ajah knows that Unity is expressed as duality, just as a battery has positive and negative polarity, so  God has Yin & Yang polarity. You-God, good-evil, right-left. is all one thing perceived as two things, duality is natural and okay as long as one knows that they are both sides of the same coin and not opposing forces…. We have evil so we can enjoy good, but without evil there is no good.

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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

Different types of Enlightenment

“He who seeks god finds himself, he who seeks the self finds god” -guru mooji

In Ajah Dharma it is understood that there are two types of enlightenment and it is also understood that a true Spiritual master can switch between them at will. for example the Buddha would enjoy unified existance in meditation but would return to dualistic existance to teach people…

If you are Awakened, If you understand your unity, you are a god, a deity, Ajah(God) with attributes, with a mind & body….

Also called dualistic enlightenment. For one knows that one is supreme, and are free from illusion. But still desiring to accomplish things keeps one wanting for a body, and therefore will still want to get another body, and still enjoys dualistic existence as one still has a personality. However through sacred knowledge, one is able to navigate the Bardo or the empty space were awareness goes after death, and may desire to be desireless for the sake of liberation from rebirth, ergo one attains Nirvana.

Often Awakened people will practice a discipline to maintain correct vision. as well as have faith and call upon the dualistic expression of the supreme higher self which is the Great Spirit

Examples

  • Shamans
  • Yogis
  • Bodhisattvas
  • medicine men
  • Taoists
  • Sorcerers
  • some saints
  • Sihks

If you are fully liberated, if you understand your unity & are devoid of desire,you are emptiness, you are God without attributes, you are holy nothingness, and you renounced the mind & body…

This is the state of renouncement, a state of pure bliss were the jiva(the individual) renounces all worldly action. When ones awareness is shifted from the body&mind to the spirit. While resting in the unmovable spirit, one lives in a state of unified bliss, and may even wander off at times because the lack of good and bad feelings.

Unified existence is called Samhadi and is attained through the discipline of meditation

Examples

  • Sannyasis
  • Buddhas, especially Hinayana
  • some Saints
  • Advaita Saints
  • wise hermits

Ceremonial Tattooing

“what if you wrote the mantra on your heart” -Bhagavan Das

Tattooing is one of peoples’ oldest art forms, coming somewhere between scratching in the dirt and cave painting. The word tattoo itself comes from the Tahitian word “tatau,” which means “to mark.”. In today’s society, anyone who goes to a tattoo parlor can get anything they want permanently painted on their skin. However, in the ancient past, tattoos were reserved for certain people and often had deep religious meanings. Traditionally, the sons of chiefs would get their first tattoos once they reached puberty as a sign of adulthood. The process of getting the tattoo was highly ceremonial and was seen as a stepping stone in the young man’s path to leadership.

Tattoos in Ajah have very important religious and spiritual contexts. They are patterned specifically around which deity is to be honored and placed accordingly on a part of the body related to the deity being worshiped. Since before the beginning people have been marking themselves with the signs of their dieties. On the outer level of meaning, they are trying to gain the strengths and abilities of the diety. On a more inner and mystical level, diety tattoos mean that the bearer has a close and mysterious relationship with this image of spirit as his tattoos are permanent way to honor the one self. Tribal people believe that the spirit is an exact replica of the human body. This matches many modern belief of the astral body. In both cases, spirit and astral, this allows you to use the proper tattoos as a rite of passage in the spirit world. The people of Borneo, especially the Kayans, believe that not only would their tattoos get them into the proper spirit world, but could also be used as a further qualification, for obtaining certain profitable occupations in the spirit world.

The Ajah knows that the body is the temple for the soul

To decorate and adorn your body in sacred images, and healing mantras is to pay homage to the God (spirit) within the Goddess (Nature)

Ajah can be tattooed for various reasons but they are usually religious reasons, such as talismans, tributes to the gods and or to act as a connection to the divine.

Tattoos are meant to connect the wearer to all of life. Done in Sanskrit, Tibetan, or a script of your chooseing, the patterns are taken from artwork and are based on deities, mantras, yantras/mandalas , and other various symbols. Tribe/Clan markings are another common ritual tattoo. Not only can you recognize your friends quickly,but more importantly, your people are connected even beyond death.

On the other hand if you don’t want tattoos. That’s okay, this is completely unnecessary but equally potent sadhana (spiritual practice.)

PRAYER TO THE FATHER

Om Great Spirit, who art all things;

Human Beings, trees, grass, berries.
Help us, be kind to us.
Let us be happy on earth.
Let us lead our children
To a good life and old age.
These our people; give them good minds
To love one another.
Oh Great Spirit,
Be kind to us
Give these people the favor
To see green trees,
Green grass, flowers, and berries
This next spring;
So we all meet again
Oh Great Spirit,
We ask of you.
Blessed be

Om Namah Shivaya

Om Namaḥ Śivāya is the most holy name of God Śiva, recorded at the very center of the Vedas and elaborated in the Śaiva Agamas.
Na is the Lord’s concealing grace, Ma is the world, Śi stands for Śiva, Va is His revealing grace, Ya is the soul. The five elements, too, are embodied in this ancient formula for invocation. Na is earth, Ma is water, Śi is fire, Vā is air, and Ya is ether, or Ākāśa. Many are its meanings.
Namaḥ Śivaya has such power, the mere intonation of these syllables reaps its own reward in salvaging the soul from bondage of the treacherous instinctive mind and the steel bands of a perfected externalized intellect. Namaḥ Śivāya quells the instinct, cuts through the steel bands and turns this intellect within and on itself, to face itself and see its ignorance. Sages declare that mantra is life, that mantra is action, that mantra is love and that the repetition of mantra, japa, bursts forth wisdom from within.
The holy Natchintanai proclaims, “Namaḥ Śivāya is in truth both Āgama and Veda. Namah Śivāya represents all mantras and tantras. Namaḥ Śivaya is our souls, our bodies and possessions. Namaḥ Śivāya has become our sure protection.”
—Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami

The book “The Ancient Power of Sanskrit Mantra and Ceremony: Volume I” by Thomas Ashley-Farrand defines Om Namah Shivaya as:
“This mantra has no direct translation. The sounds relate directly to the principles which govern each of the first five chakras on the spine…Earth, water, fire, air, ether. Notice that this does not refer to the chakras themselves which have a different set of seed sounds, but rather, the principles which govern those chakras in their place. A very rough, non-literal translation could be something like, ‘Om and salutations to that which I am capable of becoming.’ This mantra will start one out on the path of subtle development of spiritual attainments. It is the beginning on the path of Siddha Yoga, or the Yoga of Perfection of the Divine Vehicle.”

OM/AUM: The three parts of Om (A-U-M) encompass the three states of waking, dreaming, deep sleep, the three levels of gross, subtle, causal, and the three levels of conscious, unconscious, subconscious, as well as the three universal processes of coming, being, and going. Absolute silence beyond the three levels is the silence after AUM. It also refers to Tripura, the one who live in the “three cities” as in Mahamrityunjaya Mantra, as well as the light referred to in Gayatri Mantra.

Namah/Namaha: Adoration, homage, respect. Nothing is mine (as an individual person); everything is thine (as the Absolute Reality). The three levels of Om, the three worlds of gross, subtle, and causal, along with the three states of waking, dreaming, and deep sleep states of consciousness, as well as the three levels of conscious, unconscious, and subconscious themselves are “not mine” as the true properties of who I really am. Truly, “nothing is mine.” Rather, everything, all of these triads is “thine” or the “other” as the Absolute Reality.

Shivaya/Shiva: That Absolute Reality that is the ground out of which the others emerge. It is that “ink,” so to speak, that is not separate from the many forms which may appear to manifest or be created from that ink. In the Realization of this, one comes to see that he or she is one and the same with the Absolute Reality. The Mahavakyas, the great utterances, are seen to be true. Shiva (the static or ground) and Shakti (the active or creative) are seen to be one and the same. She (Shakti), while one with Shiva is realized in direct experience as the one in the three worlds (Tripura) outlined in Om.

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