Make Love Not War – Engage In UltraLife Yoga

I have found that at a certain point in one’s spiritual progress one’s intuition blossoms into authenticity that cannot be denied. For me this came before I decided to explore adopting religion as a platform for spiritual exploration. It was only after I felt total trust in the sincerity of my intuition’s desire for spiritual truth and service that I felt comfortable interacting with religion once again, after having abandoned it in my late adolescence.

As a programmer, philosopher and poet, I am a conscious observer. I have never really relied on others to tell me how things operate. To me, studying programs, philosophies and poems in a scholarly fashion would only serve to help me construct, formulate and compose variations on similar themes, what many refer to as “reinventing the wheel”.

Instead, my process is intuitive rather than scholarly. This enables me to see life as a dance of artful expression and experience that guides us as much as we guide it, that loves us as much as we love it, a realm of reciprocating emotionality and recursive feedback. Therefore, I am not interested in boiling down truth to a series of spiritual or material equations. After all, objective truth is insubstantial.

Certainly there are limits to what can be expressed through the gross and subtle material senses and faculties, but they possess the duality of input and output. Somewhere in the infinitesimal middle lies the pure potency of potential. When this is visualized with activated authenticity of self (even without full knowledge of self), a connection to Divine Love is established.

Once a taste of Divine Love enlivens the sincerity of one’s intuition, the Divine Will begins to directly guide everything in our life. This leads to direct (as opposed to indirect) experience of knowledge, what some may call truth. One begins to realize that life is less and less characteristic of a pinball in the game machine.

As our truth interacts with the beauty we are now able to percieve in other individuated consciousnesses (‘Other Self’ souls), the union is experienced as Love. This is what it means to “make love not war”. When this love-making propensity permeates our consciousness consistently, we attract ‘Other Me’ souls who will naturally desire to play with us, if we play nicely.

The new associations that our truth attracts, projected as the inner orb of beauty known as the intuitive self, provide the poles needed in order to complete the circuit of inspiration. Without establishing these circuits, what one feels to be love exchanged between birds of a feather is nothing more than a vain reflection of an aspiration to feel understood, a shallow shade of acceptance. Such superficial affinity in the union (yoga) of souls pales in comparison to even the occassional experience of the UltraLife yoga of souls deeply connected inspirationally. This co-creative loving engagement is the substrate of a blissful spiritual journey, for it is rooted in the deep humility recognized in and reciprocated from the heart of the ‘Other Me’. Such knowing is the height of loving potential, and for me at least is invaluable and irreplaceable.

Simply put, UltraLife yoga is the secret yoga that lights the dark night of the soul which inevitably comes as we progress spiritually in ways that ‘Separated Self’ souls would seek to deny, discount or diminish. Nobody can teach this yoga. It is revealed as the gift of sincere surrender to the flow of Divine Love through Divine Will.

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