Conversations with the Master: Should we Abandon Religion?

There are many questions in our minds about the efficiency of religion in leading humankind along the pathway to experience of the Divine. In fact, some religions never teach that one may experience the Divine. They teach adherence to rules and dogma. Some even speak of the Haram Police, the religious police who check to see if you conform to the expected behaviours. The Master has much to say about this, and how humanity creates its future.

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Baal Shem Tov – Master of the Good Name

Israel Ben Eliezer, later known as The Baal Shem Tov (The Master of the Divine Name, var. Master of the Good Name), was born on August 27, 1698 to Rabbi Eliezer and his wife Sarah. They lived in the small village Okup on the Russian-Polish border. Both Rabbi Eliezer and Sarah were already very old when their first child, Israel was born.

Baal Shem means “Possessor or Master of The (Divine) Name”, which contemporaries and subsequent followers conferred upon him. Martin Buber (in Tales of the Hasidim) explained more kindly: ‘One who lives with and for this fellow-men on the foundation of his relationship with the Divine’.

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Johann Sebastian Bach – Devotion in Music

Johann Sebastian Bach was a German composer and musician of the Baroque period. In his childhood he was given an extensive religious education which was to profoundly influence his works, particularly where he obtained employment as organist and master of choir in various churches. He once wrote a short note to himself” “Where there is devotional music, God with his grace is present“.

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Astrology 19 Feb – 5 March 2015

In this fortnight we will see the beginnings of “Crowded House”, with many planets arriving in Pisces. It gets more crowded there during the first part of this year. Jupiter is the only planet outside the axis of Rahu and Ketu, and plays an important role in providing protection, balance and a calming influence. Mercury becomes a bit of an important focus as we look to the deeper influences of Rahu and Saturn. While Valentine’s Day has passed (it was miserable for many) this fortnight brings its challenges in patience, purity and perseverance. There are a number of occasions where we may rise to the challenges and build up our character bank.

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Apprenticed to A Himalayan Master – A Yogi’s Autobiography

Apprenticed to A Himalayan Master – A Yogi’s Autobiography is a book which brings to life matters rarely touched on, the wandering Nath masters who live for hundreds of years, the existence and encounters with Mahavatar Babaji and other legendary great spirituals. It is a book which enlightens the heart and raises deep questions within about personal spiritual practice. While this is simply an autobiography, it touches the core within. This book is a well-described narrative of wanderings with a great spiritual master through the Himalayas, and accounts of the many spirituals and great teachers encountered.

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Valentine’s Day reflections: Venus, Divine Love and Prayer

Valentine’s Day is upon us again, and we give some astrological thoughts about Valentine, the planet of Love – Venus, and Divine Love. Venus is the dispositor of love and generosity, and love, of its own nature, gives of itself, from one human to another, it is a making of sacred space within for the other to be. And between persons and the Divine, it is turning to the Divine with love for the Divine.

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Astrology, 4 – 18 February 2015

The full moon occurs in Ashlesha nakshatra – the nakshatra lord is Mercury – currently retrograde. Retrograde means “to do good“, and while the madding crowds say communication becomes difficult during during Mercury retrograde, how the planets deal with us can be modified … it is up to us how we use the planets; they can raise us up or pull us down, as the pundits tell. Modification of Mercury retrograde for you personally could come about easily as Mercury is retrograde in Capricorn until 12 February. Capricorn is a movable sign, so effects can be modified somewhat easily in a movable sign – by approaching Mercury with the following shakti mantra: Om Aim Bhum Budhaya Namaha. “Aim” is vachana shakti, the power of articulation, calling, guiding and teaching.

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The ‘Great Freedom’ Teachings of Candice O’Denver


As someone who has spent more than 20 years on the spiritual path, met many Saints and studied numerous New Age, Hindu and Buddhist teachings, I am very happy to be able to say othat the ‘Great Freedom’ teachings of Candice O’Denver are the highest, clearest, and most accessible wisdom teachings I’ve ever heard. Several hundred hours of her full-length talks are now available for free download as MP3 audio files on the www.greatfreedom.org website, and I highly recommend them to anyone seeking the ultimate meaning and fulfilment of human life. Although the verbal element of her teachings is convincing and compelling in itself, Candice’s laughter-filled presentation directly conveys the great bliss, peace and freedom she has discovered, and her responses to questioners clearly show her compassion, strength and remarkable open-mindedness. After listening to the downloads, I’m convinced both of the greatness of her teachings and the depth of her attainment.

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Conversations with the Master: Wise and Loving Power


There are questions about just how much the world can offer us. Can it offer us growth and progress along the spiritual path? What, exactly, helps us along the spiritual path? The world clamours for our attention and participation. What would happen if we gave – say 30% of our time – away from the world to Loving Divinity? What would happen?

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The Zeta Message

The Zeta Message is the story of contact and interaction between star people and humans. It is the story of two friends, their families, their interactions with the star people, and their learnings from the star people. It is extremely useful reading for people who work with “upstairs” or call themselves “lightworkers”; there is much to learn, and much confirmation from the stories, narratives and reflections in this book.

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Conversations with the Master: Three Masters in a Cave

An element of spiritual effort, spiritual progress is daily spiritual reading. It can be of any spiritual matter, and the Master tells, if we ask, we will be led to the books that aid our forward spiritual progress. We are prompted to read, we obtain intuitions and impressions. An idea is floated around us, and we pick up on it. In this episode, our narrator follows an intuition and has a great discovery thereafter. A conversation with the Master follows.

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Simple Spirituality

Spirituality doesn’t require you to believe anything. Rather, spirituality constantly invites you to notice your experience. Your personal experience becomes your authority rather than anything someone else has told you. The task of religion is to provide you with a spiritual foundation, not to control you. Spirituality is what works for you, that is, what gives you a constant sense of the nearness of the Divine in your life.

Human beings are hardwired to seek the Truth. We have a searchlight poking out from our hearts, a direction lamp, and this is pointed to Home… the home of the Divine. So we can say that spiritual practice imparts an awareness within you of what will bring you peace, and what will not bring peace. This little, simple book delivers a powerful impact.

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Sacred Connections


West Australian born Viveka received a message to help with the energy grids around the Earth, during the time leading up to the precession of the Equinoxes and the end of the age of Kali and the beginning of the new age, what is sometimes called the “Golden Age”, “Sathya Yuga”, or the New Age which came with the solstice of 21 December 2012. This book is the narrative of Viveka’s journeys around Australia and the world, to undertake the sacred Merkabah meditation and strengthen the Earth’s energy grids.

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I, Observer


I, Observer is the narrative of the survivors of the Mothership Rexegena, when it came to Earth, their lives, struggles and adventures. It is an excellent story written from many points of view (mainly young ones and children, and Ishy the Ishnaan) which illustrates how the starpeople came and helped the hairy-upstanding-ape to evolve from Man to Hue-man, one one with the Crystal Light – or Christ Light – within.

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