Been awhile since I've posted here. Update:
Been studying Hinduism and currently reading the Bhagavad Gita on the various practices of 'yoga', which center ultimately on the science of Self-realization. On our Hinduism thread, we are using the Bhagavad Gita As it is, for our text-commentaries.
Also reading transmissions from the Arcturians, who are assisting in our spiritual evolution and ascension to the higher dimensions. These teachings synthesize with the ascended master schools and other extra-terrestrial sources guiding man to his higher calling, towards a New Golden Age.
Let us open heart & soul to the all-pervading Brahman, attune to the Paramatman within, and give worship to the Bhagavan, the divine Personality of the Godhead...who is the archetypal Person of our devotion, representing the transcendental form of Deity. We recognize the 3 aspects of 'God', the Brahman(all-pervading Spirit-energy), the Paramatman(the indwelling Deity-presence)...and the Bhagavan (divine Personality of God, the transcendental form the Supreme Person who dwells in his heavenly Abode). All aspects of the 'Lord' are acknowledged and revered in the Vaishnava tradition of Hindu devotion, in the bhakti tradition. Using this particular translation of the Gita,...we enter our meditations in the religious/devotional sense....allowing also for more open philosophic and esoteric interpretations as well. All glory to the divine Personality, and His all-pervading Presence.....the Brahman and atma(soul) being of the One substance, with all its many expressions thru-out space and time. All glory to the Eternal One, without a second. One Ocean, many rivers. One Light, many rays. One substance, many forms. Glory to the One Love.