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Meditation, The Unifier
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ONENESS: THE GOAL
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Perception
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Two new wonderful reviews on Amazon.com for our book "Ramakrishna and Christ, The Supermystics. Here are snippets:
"Hourihan is one of those rare authors who sees and writes with a depth that is seldom explored.... no matter how broad or how deep the subject, the reader is always able to relate what he has read to his own life." 

"For those familiar with the life of Sri Ramakrishna, this book will prove a thought provoking addition to their spiritual libraries."

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LOSS OF INDIVIDUALITY IN MYSTICAL EXPERIENCE?

"We have to keep training our minds not to think that [mystical] experience has anything to do with annihilation, as we all tend to believe at first. It is simply the dissolution or extinction of the ego-power.

"Therefore, will mystical consciousness cause us to become nothings and lose our individuality? Quite the contrary: It will expand us to include the universe." 

- excerpt from "Children of Immortal Bliss" by Paul Hourihan
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Some thoughts for Easter:

"In resurrection caterpillars become butterflies, men become gods. We keep the same outer form but change our consciousness. The change is within, is internal, is spiritual. The resurrection—ours as well as Christ’s—is of the soul. The body is not resurrected. Our butterfly form is represented by an ascent of vision and a regeneration of mind. Now we are caterpillars, inching our way through life; tomorrow we are butterflies or moths winging into the flame—but a cool, divine flame that will not destroy, but rather transform us into the Divine...."

                                        - Paul Hourihan
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