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I am that and that I am (E/DE/F)

I am thy and Thy is me. I am that and that is me. In me my existence lives, loves, flowers, expands, extends and explores. I am the explorer of my enlightening ways of being, becoming, believing to becoming, my way of being, being human being, walking on the path of the meditative mind, silencing the thoughts, the neverending sources of multiple, multidimensional thinking I silence it. I sit in a meditation with a meditative way, the meditation on Himalaya, the meditation at Matterhorn. I get light within me, I remove all the darkness with the divine light, the thoughts, which wanders as a cloud in my mind with the meditation, Shiva Dhyan Yoga, with being me with myself, being me with my breath. I love my prana, where the existence of sky comes in my sky with the air, light, vibrations, the synergy harmony inner vibrations awakening. I am that and that I am. I am the sky. My inner sky matches, does the nature mirroring with the outer sky. I am thy and thy is in me. In me this world ex

The Four Goals Of Human Life (English Deutsch français)

Om Namah Shivaya The Four Goals Of Human Life by Shiva Guruji Aruneshvar There are four important goals of human life: Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha. Dharma: Dharma refers to the right way of living, assuming the obligations of an individual towards himself and towards the society, living in the world of humanity with awareness. Artha:  Artha means to support and sustain one's life with earning one’s own means to survive with one’s own work. Kama: Kama corresponds to pleasure and enjoyment in life. Mokṣha: Moksha is the fourth goal and means liberation. One gains liberation through self-realization, gaining self-knowledge und complete understanding of the identity of the Atman, the soul, the self, dissolving all dualistic tendencies. Moksha is attained by realizing who you really are, your veritable identity, your real nature in this life. You realize that you are other than name, form and action. You realize that you are free, y

Om Namah Shivaya - Shiva Guruji explains its meaning (English Deutsch français)

Om Namah Shivaya  Shiva Guruji about the meaning of “Om Namah Shivaya” Shiva Guruji explains that chanting Om Namah Shivaya loudly or on your mind brings you centering and mind clarity. With reversed syllable it becomes MaNa VaShi, which means “to control / wash your mind”. OM signifies Omnipotent Magic & Namah Shivaya means "Numerous Awakening Meditation Awareness Happiness Salutations to the divine auspicious one!" It is an expression of adoration to Shiva, which is the nature, the existence, encompassing the five elements in and around us.     In Himalayan Siddha Shaivism, Siddhanta, “Namah Shivaya” is considered as the universal Oneness of five elements: Na sound represents Earth Ma sound represents Water Śi (Shi) sound represents Fire Vā sound represents Pranic Air Ya sound represents sky or ether Its total meaning is that "universal consciousness is one, Oneness". The supreme 5 Elements wi