1-9 the eighth key Archive

YOU CAN RIGHT NOW

YOU CAN RIGHT NOW You can right now solve all your problems, real or imaginary, and be forever happy and at peace at last. YOU REALLY CAN IF YOU REALLY WANT TO INTENSELY ENOUGH. Whatever the degree in which it has already manifested or not in your life,   your inner being has no less Light, is no less divine than the one of any …

THE SUNLIT PATH

THE SUNLIT PATH   You have begun a fantastic Journey towards a wondrous destination   but have only a certain amount of time to reach it in this life, the time that your body will last.   There is a wide open road, well paved, safe and wonderful,   full of love, joy and the Divine Presence bringing to our destination, the Native Land of …

YOU ARE LIKE THE KING OF AN ANCIENT KINGDOM

YOU ARE LIKE THE KING OF AN ANCIENT KINGDOM You are like the King of an ancient land who instead of governing it wisely with a compassionate but firm hand neglected it for too long,   to the point that your subjects – your thoughts, emotions, feeling, various kinds of energies, etc ,   have gone each their own way ignoring you, no longer obeying …

HAVE YOU EVER EXPLORED

HAVE YOU EVER EXPLORED Have you ever explored the hidden nature of your own being, all the thoughts, feelings, emotions, subliminal memories in you, the mysterious source of your impulses, attachments, needs; the real cause of your pain, frustrations, angers, insecurity, secret fears, senses of guilt if any, which all together at the subconscious level govern almost your whole life? Examine them right now.   …

HERE YOU FIND YOURSELF NOW

THE EIGHT KEY HERE YOU FIND YOURSELF NOW   A restlessness abides in you, something like a desperate love mixed with sorrow and hesitations,   a forever unsatisfied need for a permanent peace, happiness and fulfillment which you could never quite find in anything in the external world.   This restlessness isn’t really due to any external circumstances as it may seem but to the …

THE TWO TIGERS KO’HAN

THE TWO TIGERS KO’HAN   A Zen ko’han is a question with no possible rational answer that the Teacher uses to break the structures of the disciple’s mind. In this one   you are pursued by a tiger and reach a big tree at a precipice’s edge; one of its roots goes down into it and by descending down it the tiger can’t catch you. …