Sunday, October 2, 2016

Via Oneness University: A Seven Minute Practice to Move into High States of Consciousness

March 13, 2016 In Wisdom Corner

The balance of growing spiritually and managing a busy life can at times seem to be at odds. It can seem as we strive for deeper inner peace life keeps throwing us curve balls that pull us out of internal tranquility that we are striving to maintain.

Often we have seen that people’s lives are so busy that they do not have the luxury of spending hours a day practicing various meditative practices.

The core issue with the struggle to feel at peace during a hectic day is not actually in what is unfolding throughout the day. The stress arises from the habit of the mind to resist what is happening.
This resistance arises out of being in a lower state of consciousness which results in the inability to stay present in a state of awareness. When a person is deeply nestled in a good state of awareness the byproduct is a natural acceptance of the present moment which brings a person into a deep state of inner peace.

There is an extremely powerful and simple practice you could do for simply 7 minutes each day that would bring you into a lasting state of inner awareness resulting in deeper states of inner peace and well being as well as advancing you forward on your spiritual journey.

Follow these simple steps and enjoy the fruits of this powerful meditation:

7 Minute Breathing Meditation

Step One: Sit upright in any sitting posture that is most comfortable for you. It is important to make sure your spine is straight.

Step Two: Please your hands palm faced up on your thighs and touch the tips of your index fingers to the base of your thumbs.
Step Three: Close your eyes and begin to inhale / exhale deeply and slowly for 7 minutes.
That’s it! It sounds almost too good and simple to be true. However once you try this you will immediately see the benefit that it gives you all throughout your day.

You can increase the time of this meditation in multiples of 7, such as for 14, or 21 minutes. However we suggest not going beyond 21 minutes.

Learn more about the science of spiritual growth at

Oneness Moolamantra by Daniel Bellone

The "Oneness Moolamantra" describes the whole process of the evolution in Consciousness from the trascendental utmost formless manifestation of the Divine, to the flowering of the heart "Paramatma", the abode of the Divine inside of us. This Awakening is the source of all Light, Truth, Love & Wisdom, who is our heavenly Father and our beloved Divine Mother ~ guiding us at every step of our life until we finally merge into Oneness.

Special thanks to Sunayana (Maria Vigil) for the beautiful backing vocals.

The album is available for download at or at

Moola Mantra Deeksha

Moola Mantra

Om Sri Sarveswaraaya Namaha
Saudações a Tudo O Que É

Om Sri Param Jyothiye Namaha
Saudações à Suprema LUZ

Om Sri Jyothi Roopaya Namaha
Saudações ao ORBE DOURADO

Deeksha (Benção da Unidade) é um fenômeno que surgiu através de Sri Amma e Sri Bhagavan.
Consiste em uma Energia Suprema que é transferida aos seres e amplia a consciência.
Não está vinculada a nenhuma ideologia ou filosofia. Com isso, todas as pessoas podem receber a Deeksha sem se desvincular de sua fé.

Música: Daniel Bellone

Duet - Glen Keane HD (2014)

Via Sri Prem Baba – Awaken Love / Flower of the Day: 10/02/16

“The universal creative energy of the universe is found within us, however it is in an inactive state or asleep. In the Hindu worldview, this is called the Kundalini energy and is represented by a serpent at the base of the spine. When this energy awakens and ascends in us, reaching the energetic center that is situated in the region of the heart or the anahata chakra, the process of spiritual enlightenment begins. When the energy reaches this level, the heart opens permanently. Real love awakens. Without doubt, the greatest challenge of the human being is to open and sustain an open heart.”
Sri Prem Baba

Via Ram Dass:

October 2, 2016

I think in relationships, you create an environment with your own work on yourself, which you offer to another human being to use to grow in the way they need to grow. You keep working – you become the soil – moist and soft and receptive so the person can grow the way they need to grow, because how do you know how they should grow?

Via Daily Dharma / October 2, 2016: Wonder is Wordless

Even though we’re making our way through an enormous mystery, we often think we do a pretty good job of trying to explain just how things are—until we actually experience the thing we’re trying to explain. Then we realize our words and ideas are like trying to grab a single drop of rain in a thunderstorm.

—Ed Brickell, "Genesis Run"