Vicente merlo, Ashtanga Yoga

Vicente merlo

Meditation with vicente merlo at the yoga center sananda 1.

Sri Aurobindo (1872-1950), besides being a philosopher, poet and politician, was a yogi and a spiritual Master, in the highest sense that the Hindu tradition grants to this term. Sri Aurobindo embodies the ideal of the sage, as it has been conceived in the most important spiritual traditions of humanity, and furthermore transforms the conception of the sage by offering a new and more complete image, a synthesis that surpasses the previous notions of the sage and wisdom. Framed in the Hindu tradition, but having received a Western formation, Aurobindo becomes one of the pioneers of the East-West synthesis, and together with Mirra Alfassa (known as «The Mother») elaborates a thought and a yoga at the height of our time: an integral philosophy articulated around the notion of an emerging supramental Consciousness-Energy that the human being has the historical opportunity to incarnate, thus participating in the mutation that is taking place among us.
This book introduces us to the knowledge of meditation. Meditation has many different dimensions or aspects that are introduced in this book. By meditating, the doors of the heart open, allowing the soul to manifest its light and truth. We define the soul as the infinite, luminous and universal essence of beings, and life after life its luminous vibration increases.the soul is a great luminous nucleus which we also define as the essence of beings and constitutes a reflection of the divine essence which is the Divine Nucleus or the Divine Source. The beings are a mirror of the divinity, and the evolutionary process consists in transforming the luminous essence of the soul towards the divine essence, for that reason to understand meditation we must speak of the soul. The evolutionary process is that the soul is transforming or alchemizing its energy, then we understand meditation as an alchemical or transformative process of being that is transforming the multiple dimensions of existence. Because as the author introduces it, existence has multiple dimensions: one of them are the seven chakras or the mental consciousness that are expressed in this book, another dimension is the body. (From the prologue of Rodrigo Bazan)

Vicente merlo

I am not sure it is necessary, but I am convinced, or at least I hope so, that we can take advantage of what has happened to create something better, as it happens in times of difficulty.
Yes, I think one of the lessons would be that, to stop the dizzying and absurd pace we were going, with the train at full speed without knowing where we were going and ask ourselves the meaning of life, both individually and collectively.
Well, that is the question, whether pandemic, or «plandemic», whether there is an organized plan with rather obscure purposes, with unconfessable interests, but perhaps already in sight of all. And the truth is that I think there are many arguments to defend that it is not something spontaneous but that there is a selfish and interested planning behind it.
It is so but without having any certainty, this process of the pandemic has demolished all the assurances that we had in terms of information. Even among experts, there is no agreement on whether the virus has been sequenced, purified and isolated, on the validity of PCRs, on the meaning of the masks, on the consequences on the nature of the vaccine, you see great experts in complete contradiction. Those who stick to the official version are very happy and it seems that everything is clear, and of course the masks are necessary, and of course the vaccine is coming to save us. And those who are only in the point of view of the conspiracy theory in the strict sense see the evil of the plan to enslave and destroy half of humanity.

Conferencia vicente merlo – universidad del pacífico

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Vicente merlo. wisdom and gratitude before the mystery

To meditate is to be present here and now. It is to perceive the fragrance of the infinite. It is the secret of the secret, the experience of radiant fullness, without desiring anything, without asking for anything, without doing anything, because everything is there, nothing is missing. To meditate is to return to the primordial light from which we have emerged, to which we are returning, in which we are breathing. In radiant fullness, Vicente Merlo transmits us his experience of group meditation. A shared meditative practice whose expansive quality is manifested in each page of this book: an invitation to connect in person or at a distance with a meditation group to vibrate and live, in first person, this radiant fullness that characterizes every inner dawn.
To meditate is to be present here and now. It is to perceive the fragrance of the infinite. It is the secret of the secret, the experience of radiant fullness, without desiring anything, without asking for anything, without doing anything, because everything is there, nothing is missing. To meditate is to return to the primordial light from which we have emerged, to which we are returning, in which we are breathing. In radiant fullness, Vicente Merlo transmits us his experience of group meditation. A shared meditative practice whose expansive quality is manifested in each page of this book: an invitation to connect in person or at a distance with a meditation group to vibrate and live, in first person, this radiant fullness that characterizes every inner dawn.