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A Frank Dialogue about the Most Important (interview No. 1, 20.08.2015)

  • 26.09.2015
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Viewed in the programme A Frank Dialogue about the Most Important:

  • The sense of human life
  • What the spiritual world is like
  • The genuine human nature
  • Wisdom of spiritual healing. Unknown facts about Agapit of Pechersk
  • Where is the soul situated, and can it be ill?
  • Can blood transfusion or organ transplantation influence a person’s spiritual component?
  • What the power of thought and attention means
  • Time and vital energy. People’s invaluable resources
  • A human being as an angel forerunner. The way to immortality
  • True life or temporary existence. How to separate the wheat from the chaff
  • Genuine service to the spiritual world. The lost Truth about Christ
  • Knowledge that unites people. How to establish a creative society nowadays
  • The gift of freedom and the true love. What everyone strives for in actual fact

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The Meaning of Life: Immortality (interview No. 2, 07.09.2015)

  • 30.09.2015
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How is human spiritual development taking place? How does a person move along the spiritual path in his/her everyday life? Which obstacles are imposed by the system and faced by a person within his/her inner world via thoughts? What does the power of attention mean for Personality, and how can it be used for spiritual development? How can one GET IN TOUCH AND MERGE WITH HIS/HER SOUL AND THE SPIRITUAL WORLD IN PRACTICE? How can one deepen the spiritual world perception and permanently live in such state?

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Poem of the Sufi Way by Umar Ibn al-Farid

  • 26.01.2016
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    Recently we have discovered a marvellous illustration to the topics touched upon in the epoch-making program The Meaning of Life: Immortality, where Bodhisattva Rigden Djappo participated. It’s the ancient literature masterpiece dating back almost 1,000 years – the brilliant Poem of the Sufi Way (Naẓm al-Sulūk) by ancient Arab Sufi mystic and scholar Umar ibn `Alī ibn al-Fārid who lived in 1181-1235. This work, also having such titles as the Great Qasida (Ode), Great Mystery, Poem of the Way, Poem of Progress, or the Way of the Pious, is a unique phenomenon in the world poetry, psychology and spiritual literature. The author poetically communicates experience of a man who is becoming saint, describing in human language what is almost impossible to describe, i.e. the process taking place in the other world, the spiritual world, at the junction of the 6th and 7th dimensions. It’s exactly the process of the Personality fusion with the Soul and the birth of a new spiritual being – an Angel!

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Consequences of the Primordial Knowledge distortion. An example from the past. The Aztecs

  • 24.08.2016
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In view of the recently published precedents of the Primordial Knowledge distortions (link) in the works of our contemporaries, we thought it would be interesting and edifying to give an example from a not-so-remote past in the history of a no longer existing nation that became globally notorious for their deeds. Let’s talk about the Aztecs.

In the very beginning of Heaven’s Mirror Graham Hancock gives an excellent description of the outcome achieved by the Aztecs some 500 years ago as a result of distortion and misinterpretation of the Knowledge which all of us, the contemporary humanity, are given in the AllatRa book. I am sure there are many more of such examples in the history of bipeds living on this beautiful planet, calling themselves humans, yet surpassing any wild beast by their cruelty.

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Consciousness and Personality.
From the inevitably dead
to the eternally alive
  • <small>Consciousness and Personality. <br/>From the inevitably dead <br/>to the eternally alive</small>

    02.08.2017

The Truth is One for Everybody
  • The coming cataclysms. Relations between people. Revival of humaneness

    10.07.2016

  • Illusion and the Way

    25.07.2016

  • LIFE

    31.07.2016

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