Attunement to Receive


Every being craves for abundance. It could be anything, but one wants more and more. It may be money, comforts, luxury or number of years in one’s life but one wants more. There can be a limit to human beings expectation of abundance, but there is no limit to the abundance nature or the cosmos offers. Nature never puts a limit on availability of abundance to us. It has an inexhaustible reservoir of abundance, be it material or knowledge. All knowledge lies in potentialities within each self.

To explore the possibilities of reaching the higher dimension, one needs to be in tune with nature. Attunement to receive is acceptable understanding. Unless one tunes into a radio or a t.v. station, one will not receive the corresponding signals. Thus to receive, attunement to the same or similar frequency is necessary. Physicists have devised the means to tune into material things, but saints and seers have explored through their deeper state of mediation ways to attune themself to the higher self, which is within one’s potentially.

Yoga is the science of expansion, the science of reaching abundance, and potentialities within ourselves. Àsanas, Prànàyàma, meditations, mudràs and bandha have various configurations, and field of influence. Our field of interest is divine knowledge. Utilizing the mind, one develops a method to go beyond mind, to a “no mind” state, a deeper state of silence. Only during a profound state of silence will divine grace be bestowed, leading to multi-dimensional awareness. That awareness is, in itself, a doorway to abundance. And that abundance is the gateway to Poornam, having reached where, nobody wants to return.

Attunement to Receive

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