Awaken The Mind into Pure Consciousness
The Easiest Way To Awaken the Mind into Pure Consciousness is by Receiving Shakti, the Energy That Awakens You into Enlightenment.
Usually Shakti is transmitted by an Awakened Guru
but it now can also be transmitted through sound.
By listening to CDs like Infinite Sky or The Pure Shakti CDs
you receive Shakti & automatically begin to experience
deep meditation & bliss.
Experience The Bliss for Yourself:
After a profound spiritual awakening, Kip Mazuy created a revolutionary sound technology that transmits Kundalini Shakti to the listener through sound, allowing you to experience deep states of meditation & bliss very easily.
Thousands of people have reported experiencing incredible states of meditation, bliss and spiritual awakenings while meditating to his CDs like "Infinite Sky," "Pure" and "The Calling."
Kip is also known for his no-nonsense teachings on meditation and self realization and meditates with people all over the world to help awaken them to their natural state of peace.
Sign Up to Receive The Free Weekly Meditation Teachings That Will Directly Help You Deepen Your Meditation and Awaken the Mind
You Will Also Have Access to The Free Online
Satsang / Meditations with Kip
(A $47 Value, Yours Free)
(We never will give your information out to anyone)
Teachings on meditation & how to awaken the mind
"Consider how the mind opens and closes:
When you identify yourself
as a something, as a someone, it is closed,
it is contracted into being a something.
Yet when there is no identification
or definition, the mind remains open.
There is no contraction in being a something.
If you identify yourself as
'I am Kate, I am a peaceful person,'
the mind is closed, contracted.
It knows what it is and therefore
is not aware of this moment.
Yet if you get angry and have angry thoughts,
the mind can no longer hold the definition
that you are a peaceful person.
And so that identification is broken
and the mind remains open
for a certain period of time.
The mind is awakened in that state
Then it finds a new identity,
or a justification for that lapse of peace
and then can close itself again
on a definition of who it thinks itself to be.
And you can see this
in all aspects of your experience,
mental, emotional, spiritual,
likes and dislikes, fears.
If you are scared of little dogs
and suddenly one day
there is a little dog right in front of you
wagging his tail
and you can't get around him.
Then you are confronted
whether to suffer your limited belief
about little dogs or you surrender the belief.
And so in awareness
you go beyond your fear
and give him a pat
and feel a connection.
Then for a little while,
the mind sees its definition is no longer true
and therefore remains open and awake,
remains unidentified with anything.
Or if every day at 4pm you eat an ice-cream
and then you stop doing that,
the mind will look for that ice-cream
at 4 pm and when it is not there
it shorts itself out in a way
and remains open, it remains awake & alert.
So in being aware of this process of the mind
opening and closing
you will begin to become comfortable
in just allowing it to remain open.
You will begin to experience the contraction
of having to be a something or a someone,
of identifying with an opinion, belief or judgment
and realize you can just remain open,
without definitions, without reasoning.
It is like when (I don't remember who)
asked the Buddha what he was
and he said 'I am awake.'
It is like that,
you are not a something
nor are you not not a something.
You are just awake.
You awaken the mind into the open space
of pure consciousness
free from any fixed point of reference.
And that is freedom.