“Often we find ourselves that the world we are in prior to the awakening becomes the burning ground of where this process is taking us. And it takes a tremendous amount of inner commitment and resolve to be able to go through that process. We cannot take others through the alchemical cauldron that we’ve jumped in or found ourselves. It is simply impossible. It’s not in the nature of Consciousness. Obviously, all of us who have been surrounded with true love, true friendship, true partnership feel incredibly responsible for those whom we, so to speak, leave behind.

We don’t leave them behind, but we do. And this would have to be understood. We have to be very sincere with ourselves is that this process, when our Consciousness is going through the process of rewinding, a total rewiring, there is no relationship left that has not been touched through this process. And I will tell you that the most profound ground for transformation actually happens on the level of the family. The mother that undergoes the process of transformation in awakening will no longer relate in her own kids in the same way as she had related to them prior to that. So goes for the father. The son with never have the same relationship with his father or his mother. That is what all the prophets, and all the Avatars, and spiritual, so to speak, luminaries have been talking about.

… So, what happens to our private relationships is a major subject. And there are no recipes. Everyone would have to undergo through their own experiences. And the only advice here is to understand that while we are undergoing the process of total realignment towards who we are in essence—we are dealing as it is, as it were, with enough, within. So that we are not under any illusions as to where can this process lead us because this process is uncoiling of Consciousness, and it takes place on that level.”

“So essentially the rising of the Prana Shakti, or else known as the whole Kundalini phenomenon, is the uncoiling of Consciousness from its contracted coiled stage, from its contracted coiled condition. And it takes place within Consciousness on that level where Consciousness knows itself again.

So our individual constructs, which are largely just figments of that reality, undergo the tremendous transformation as well with that. So the way we navigate this whole process is very much to the degree with which surrender to  that process itself. So the truth is, very little of the old me can do to the newly opened reality. Unless, of course, we sabotage the whole process and only perpetuate the inner battle and inner conflict, which often doesn’t do anything. Because Consciousness, once it’s ready to awaken, will go through that process regardlessly of what obstructions it might meet.

So the best way is to allow what takes place, naturally. Until the Consciousness is fully in the perceptual sort of place of witness at all situations—nonreactive state of witness, so to speak—there will be temptations to bend this whole process, this whole phenomenon under the conditions that we find suitable, so to speak, in some ways that we find legitimately human.

But we need to understand that this process remakes us into yet another level of being a human. So, a lot of inner resolve, wisdom, and flexible, fluidity—we have to become like water. We have to just allow that to happen. And since water and fluid, a juice, is that ingredient where all relationships are steeped in, this is the best hint towards how to deal in any given situation where relationship with the other is involved.”






”…As an artist, already from an early age, I’ve noticed how every experience has a certain resonance… a certain texture, a certain color, a certain flavor… And even a certain dimension where the experience felt most compelling…
These experiences were the budding impulses of creative outpouring eager to blossom within my being, with the senses as the apertures, both capable of absorbing or allowing the light of my own awareness to illumine reality into an extraordinary event filled with presence, or to rob me of my own Self…

How all these was arising was not always clear, but there was this mixture of intimacy and detachment – I knew this to be an inseparable part of my own self as a passionate but uninvolved spectator. Wasn’t long before that I’ve realized the terrifying Power of Beauty as the delight incomparable to any as the essence arising deep within my own being.

…I’ve never really considered myself to be a seeker and the quest was not so much in finding the way out, but rather the way in… into that mystery of perception where the sanctity of the senses – as divine agencies – culminate in a state of the Aesthetic Rapture… where the Self beholding its own magnificence as this experience…

Way before the mind could be converted into other possibilities and philosophies where this phenomenal existence is seen and dismissed as an illusion arising in consciousness, I’ve realized, that my own breath is the ebb and flow to measure infinity itself… and my senses are divine instruments eager to be tuned into their finest level of resonance, so as to hear the ‘unheard’ voice of Creation arising within my own Being…

This (teaching) is an invitation to re-evaluate the nature of experience and to reclaim your divine status. The only quest here is in beholding life awakening through you as existence itself… This is the Path of Beauty…

The quality of our experiences are based on the level of our consciousness. The World out there is the way we perceive it in here and that’s not a static affair, for our reality changes with our perception of it. Everything unfolds in that creative tension between the subject and the object and the relationship between them. It is for that reason the refinement of perception is seen as an indispensable part of any spiritual progress… until subject and object, lover and beloved, are drowned in the Sea of Love…

This is not a concept but a revelation upon which the sanity of our lives depends. The sanity of our civilization… This revelation is what connects us to the very ground of existence.

This sanctity is life awakened to Silence steeped in Bliss – it is a stream flowing through you as wakefulness of your own awareness…

That sacred flow – though an inherent part of the river of being – is in need to be invoked through direct partaking, and diving into the depth of that invocation… again and again…”

© Igor Kufayev  |



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