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The Hsin Yin Ching

This brief esoteric treatise is called “Imprint of the Heart” and describes in a symbolic language the inner alchemy of the Daoist mystics.   “There are three degrees of Supreme Elixir—the Spirit, the Breath, and the Essential Vigour. Obscure and recondite! Confused and dim! Maintain vacuity, and you will preserve the actual—accomplishing it in an […]

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Chaga

Chaga is a wild mushroom that naturally grows on birch trees in cold regions. Birch trees are famous for their adaptive powers and over the course of many years, chaga mushrooms absorb life-sustaining nutrients from their trunks. When you see chaga it looks quite unusual for a mushroom as it is very dark brown and […]

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The Gopala Tapani Upanishad

The Tapani Upanishad is related to the Atharva-Veda (the fourth Veda) and among its insightful spiritual teachings, reveals and explains the sacred mantra of Krishna.   The Beginning Verse which is also the End Verse of this Upanishad “Om ! O Devas, may we hear with our ears what is auspicious; May we see with our […]

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Guided Audio Meditation – Mantra I

Our latest guided audio meditation is now available! The Mantra I is a simple vowel based mantra to stimulate the Ajna chakra of the 3rd eye and activate the faculty of clairvoyance. To really experience clairvoyance, takes time and practice but it waits for anyone with the interest to take it up. We all have […]

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The Eleven Wild Swans

The Eleven Wild Swans by Hans Christian Andersen (from Hans Andersen Forty-Two Stories [1930], translated by M. R. James)   Far away from here, in the lands the swallows fly to when we are having winter, there lived a King who had eleven sons and one daughter, Elisa. The eleven brothers, princes they were, went to school […]

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