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  Portal to Sites of Ancient's Poetic lyrics:       ENTER HERE         This is Inner-Space - Part 1

 Secret Greek Teachings for the Specially Chosen:     ENTER HERE

 What was the ancient's concept of Space?     ENTER HERE

 They sailed around the globe following the North Star.     ENTER HERE

 They were known as Giant Sea-going People.     ENTER HERE

 Priestesses wrote their History and Myth in Poetic verses.     ENTER HERE

 From an Ancient Aborigine.     ENTER HERE

 Inner Space.     ENTER HERE

 Tones of the ancient Lyre can be heard on the Kyoto of Japan.     ENTER HERE

 Videos and images of instruments and hand signs.     ENTER HERE

Inner Space Projected Out

When your five senses become absolute stillness,
along with your mind...

that is the state at which the sense organs
are devoid of all activity (called the yoga state).

Sitting still
As soon as all the knots in one's heart are untied,
and while still being alive in this world...

you may transcend into the immortal,
the infinite state of consciousness.

As air enters various forms of beings ...
and fills the bodies of each,

Still horse
so does the Infinite-Eternal when entering
all bodies, taking on their individual identities.

Yet the Infinite remains one and the same,
and exists beyond every being and thing.

Your own Infinite Spirit
is only the size of a thumb,

and proceeds forth from this
Infinite Soul - the Eternal,

which Itself, is even smaller than an atom,
and resides in the Cave of your own heart .. Star

which is within the center of your body,
and is forever - always present.

The Eternal-Infinite resides inside the heart Cave
of every being - at all times ..

Jin Lamp
This is the pure, real, immortal state of Being.
You may open into it - it is yourself,

and experience infinity - infinite oneness.
It is your own infinite - eternal Self.Star

Continued in Part 2 & 3.   Top Menu   (coming soon)
Excerpts from Katha Upanishad -The Chariot, about 8th-6th Century BCE.