The Seed of Unity~

WISDOM KEEPER: Dadi Janki’s words about Healing, Unity, and the Power of Seeing Soul to Soul~the Seed of Unity

This picture symbolizes being immersed in the Ocean of Love, the Ocean of Peace and Spiritual Power.  Be like a fish and stay immersed in your natural state of love, peace, and power.woman in ocean

“There is an external world and an internal world~ We let all the things of the old world inside.

If we listen to everthing and let it in, things of violence and hatred go inside.

God is teaching us to create an internal world of peace, happiness, and spiritual wealth.

So be free, free of stress and distress, of anger.

God tells us how to be free, but the practice of looking at others is so deep. Someone does something wrong ; we keep remembering them.

Let Go.  Make yourself complete inside.

Others will see you; feel you are complete and they will become inspired to be the same.

Let go of anger, for the one with whom you got angry will not forget. Trying to prove you are right is a sign of your own anger, a sign of ego.

Whatever someone says to you, remain sweet, quiet.  This is the proof of your character.

If someone’s heart is heavy, they can not listen to what you say.  You need to lighten their heart.  Give happiness.

To give happiness, you need a big heart.

Make your consciousness spiritual and you will automatically give happiness.

Keep the vision that all are God’s children.

With the qualities of love and respect it is easy to create unity.

Everyone has some weakness,  but when the intellect starts noticing  weaknesses, mistakes it becomes difficult to look at specialties.

To unite hearts is very difficult.  It’s easy to break a heart…to create conflict.

But there is greatness in creating unity.

To live in unity.  There should be generosity of heart, cleanliness of heart, truth.

When talking look at each other with a vision of soul consciousness

This is the seed of unity.  Sow the seed of unity whenever there is disunity.

Disunity creates sorrow and sufferring, heaviness, confusion.

Look at each other with soul consciousness and we will never lose hope.

Share with great love and respect, then whatever is spoken will be accepted with great love.

With the virtue of maturity others will trust you…will be open with you.

We need the power to understand each other.  This creates unity.

Let the river of good wishes flow to everyone.  Never stop communicating through good wishes.

Automatically that soul will feel that love.

If there is love, there is definitely unity.

We have to remain tied in the thread of love.”

Dadi Janki








Words to Remove from the Dictionary of Life

The end of one year approaches and the beginning of another zooms in.  Just like that!  Yet it holds so much significance for all of us.  It offers a chance to begin anew, to get firm with one’s self, and give form, from the inside, to the world we wish to see on the outside.

In order to do this, what words must be removed from the Dictionary of Your Life?   Everyone has words which when used repeatedly create upset, limitations, and even chaos in the inner and outer worlds.  What are those words for you?  How easy is it going to be to stop using them?  Be honest.  Would you like to receive Divine Help?  What is the percentage of being able to do this on your own?  What is the percentage of Help from the Benevolent One that it will take you to get there?

Write it down in a diary and also embed it in the diary of your heart. Remember that you have Divine Help constantly.   Remember what you are being helped to eliminate.  Remember what you are replacing it with.  Take the first step, have courage, and know that you will receive Divine Help.  Know that you do not have to do this alone.

The Highest on High asks us to eliminate the words “sometimes” and “something”.  Imagine how these words can delude you from being the master of your own self.  These words reflect a lack of determination, that no true leader can tolerate.

Imagine if Rosa Parks said:  Oh sometimes, I don’t mind sitting in the back of the bus, but sometimes I do.  Could she have been victorious in her battle against the darkness of racism?

Imagine if Mozart, Leonardao da Vinci, or Shakespeare, was thinking all the time that I just know “something” is going to stop me from becoming great or “something” always gets in my way”!  Would they have been able to move forward in their creativity?  Would they be remembered as the greats in their fields of endeavor?

Imagine yourself now.  You may want to really go for radically changing the quality of your thoughts, you may want to paint the canvas of your life with only positive thoughts about yourself and others.  Is that too much to ask of yourself?

Will you consistently be able to accomodate others and the hurtful mistakes they make and the uncomfortable situations you may find yourself in, with positivity and grace?   Will you do this sometimes or all the time?  Will you constantly maintain your self-respect, no matter what, sometimes or all the time?  Making the promise of “all the time” is crucial for if you allow even one negative thought, one careless slip of the tongue to enter the creative sanctuary of your mind, it will keep coming back at you, again and again. Protect yourself from the influence of your own mind by becoming the master of it. Be determined.  When you ask the mind to stop, it must stop. Make this habitual!

As this controlling power within you grows, you will maintain a peaceful state of mind that invites silence.  From this silence, only sweetness arises.

Those with sincere, honest hearts will receive help.  For, if you have this true desire to be constantly positive, yet you are not sure if you can commit to perfect results, the Benevolent One will help you.  Stay in tune with the Highest on High for that One makes the impossible possible.

Stretch youself, align with the You that is unlimited.  Reach high, go for the gold and  maintain courage, for your courage will draw to you the Divine power to make the coming year, the year you accomplished the impossible.

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Fill Yourself and then fill others.

During the past year, this piece was read by the largest audience. So I have edited it and share it once again. May all souls know liberation~


I study everyday. I am a student of the Highest on High. I am learning to switch my identity from the limited to the unlimited…from being a body of flesh and bones to being a body of light, actually a point of light, a soul.

Flesh and bone are limited. Light is unlimited, eternal, imperishable, everlasting, so am I.  So are you!

Raja Yoga Meditation is a method to make this switch from limited to unlimited.  This switch is going against the grain of what most everyone else has thought, including me, for many lifetimes. That is why I practice being a bodiless being of Light everyday. I am establishing a way of being in the world, which is quite foreign to most. Thinking one is a limited body of flesh and bones is a big part of why most of us are caught up in some form or other…

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Self-Respect ~ Let Me Count the Ways



I am a child of GodA spiritual journey often begins with  the question:’Who am I?’

Focusing on our eternal nature with self-reflection and self-respect brings into awareness the unfoldment of the answer to Who am I.

Giving respect to your true Self, instead of demanding or expecting respect for your ego from others has great benefits.   As your self-respect increases, the soul becomes humble and fulfilled. Eliminating negative and useless thoughts about myself and others is easier when focused on the elevated awareness of the Self as a being of light..  This kind of self respect dispels consciousness of the self as a limited, temporary body governed by an ego and our true nature of peace, love, and joy can be expressed.

Being in self-respect brings respect from others easily and continually. This is the opposite of arrogance; this has to do with acknowledging the True Self and our true qualities.

Renouncing the desires of I, me, and mine cools the ego down.  Work on the ego allows one to experience progress in meditation and other spiritual work.

Self-respect is the foundation of the state of soul-consciousness.  Each and every thought of respect  about our true and eternal nature creates energy, while wasteful thoughts about myself and others reduces my power and vitality.

Start this process of respect for your eternal nature by creating a list of respectful  thoughts or ‘titles’ you have for your soul.  Such thoughts will build inner stability to  face adverse situations.  They will keep you in a good stage of soul-consciousness and in the company of the Highest on High who wishes only the best for you.

Here is a starter list to get you moving in the right direction.

  1.  I am a great soul.  It is true that I’m great.  Feel it and accept it with deep     realization.
  2.  I am a destroyer of obstacles for myself and others.  My Divine Parent is always with me.  I am under the Canopy of Protection.
  3.  My original and eternal state is of  sovereignty of the soul over the mind and body.
  4.  I am a pure soul and so is everyone else originally and eternally a pure soul.
  5.  My true nature is of peace.  When I am connected to peace, I give peace to all souls through the freedom of my mind.
  6. On the basis of self-respect, I charge up the atmosphere around me, including my home, my meditation area, and wherever I am present in the world.
  7. I am a powerful soul, unlimited and blissful.
  8. Expressing love without conditions and expectations is a natural joy for the soul.
  9. I am a beloved child of God.

Give yourself the gift of Self-Respect every day.  It is especially powerful, during the first ten minutes of your day to reflect on one of these points.  This practice can be repeated for the last ten minutes of your day before sleeping, as well. These times of the day, your subconscious is most available and will take in your positive thoughts.  Also imbibe a powerful point of self-respect while eating and drinking.  Work this practice into the things you do everyday for the sustenance of your body.  You will be also sustaining the energy of your soul.

You are a blessed soul.  Blessed by this spiritual knowledge, blessed by the Divine Director of this play, and blessed by every positive thought you choose.

Choose well, live well, and progress.









To Drink from the Well of Peace


In the practice of Raja Yoga Meditation, one method to connect with your inner peace is through the thought ‘Om Shanti’.  These 2 words point to the awareness of our eternal state of peace and our true spiritual identity.  By thinking or saying Om Shanti you are claiming your natural state of peace to emerge.

 In Sanskrit, Shanti means ‘peace’ and Om means ‘I am the soul’.   Together they affirm that I am a peaceful soul.

As you accept Om Shanti as a reality and focus upon it, your power of peace and serenity manifests as a powerful vibration bringing your true nature of peace to the surface of your life and you become a wonderful force of peace in the world around you.

It takes just a few seconds of concentration to connect with the soul-self and the current of peace and tranquility.  Practice for 10 to 20 seconds, as many times throughout the day as you wish, to establish and sustain the awareness of the peace which abides within you, the soul.  Your Om Shanti current will never fail to energize your peacefulness.  However, it must be practiced with complete attention.

What follows is a wonderful testimony from a young woman in her twenties, a first time participant in one of our Raja Yoga Meditation sessions.  “My first encounter with Raja Yoga Meditation at a Solstice Gathering on Kauai was simply wonderful.  It filled me with a sweet sense of light that uplifted and acknowledged my soul.  One of the most profound experiences of the evening was realizing how powerful it is to recognize and deeply connect to soul-consciousness.

The soul is our source of our existence.  I am deeply thankful for everyone who drinks from this well of light.”


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Beautiful in Silence and Comfortable with Truth

rewritten at the end of 2015~Reflections on the Journey~


Finding pieces of writing in old journals is like finding hidden treasure. Rereading this piece from August 20,2009, the words jumped off the page  with the accuracy of a compass,  pointing to true North.  Clarified, beyond the shadow of doubt is the direction that I’ve been navigating for the longest time.

Looking back at this moment captured in words, from the present, a moment in 2015 ( which is quickly becoming the past), what can be seen is a relentless pilgrimage which could easily be called “a search for lost innocence”.

Reading through the long forgotten passage , what emerged, was “soul”, the pure, powerful being of  light, the being  beautiful in silence and comfortable with truth.

This is the “me” that had been  covered over for so long, by the dust of this corporeal world, and who had become unrecognizable, even to my Self.

No wonder, for so many…

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