Remove Emotional Blocks: Feeling your way to Enlightenment

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014
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Satsang with the Self
Video: 258
Date:December 1, 2014
Title: Remove Emotional Blocks: Feeling your way to Enlightenment
Running Time: 25:39

Remove Emotional Blocks: Feeling your way to Enlightenment

In our information rich society, most people try to think their way to enlightenment. They study, recite mantras, and go through mind. There is another path to spiritual enlightenment that goes through the emotions and the Spiritual Heart.

Jnana yoga (path of knowledge), karma yoga (path of physical action), mantra yoga (path of sound), bhakti yoga (path of devotion to a guru), surya yoga (path of the sun), and raja yoga (royal path) all lead to enlightenment. These are the historical paths of spirituality as taught in India for over 2,000 years. They are all effective practices, but there are other paths.

The path of silence has been regarded by some as the supreme path. The path of surrender is another way to enlightenment. The two paths, silence of mind and surrender of mind, are markedly different than India’s yoga paths. They appeal to a different type of student – one who is more emotion centered rather than mind centered.

Our emotions are a powerful part of our human experience. We are living bodies of creative energy that are in constant change and harmony with life. We feel emotion in every moment. Just as the mind is a pathway to God, so too is emotion.

In this Higher Self video teaching you learn a pathway to spiritual enlightenment and God Realization through the emotional experience. Learn how to quickly and directly awaken within your emotions the proper energies to carry you beyond the mind’s ideas of separation and into the direct experience of Oneness with all life. This Higher Self video is for those who follow a different path to God – a path of feeling life in it’s fullness.

Blessings and Love.

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  1. Pat says:

    So very beautiful. Thank you, Dear One, you help to open my heart.

  2. Lincoln says:

    Thank you Pat. I appreciate your comment and I sincerely wish you the very best in your life. Namaste.

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