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Tuesday, March 29, 2011


For those who have faced the fear and those who will.

What Fear Is:
In the process present here for dealing with fear, fear is the hunted, not the hunter. Fear is the quarry you must stalk and confront and unmask, to reveal to yourself that all that separates you from yourself is an ILLUSION.

Fear is not what you think it is.
Fear is not who you are underneath your fa├žade. Fear is not the real you that you must somehow fix or improve or overcome.

Fear is a very useful signal along the path to freedom. 
The stronger the fear, the closer you are to what you are seeking. If you want to stay safe (i.e., stuck where you are), fear tells you to stop what you are doing. But if you want to be free, fear lets you know you are on the right track, it is a signal to push ahead in the same direction, to pick up the pace.

The Emptiness of Fear:
Much of what we call fear is thought. For example, a car swerves out of control in front of you, and everything goes into slow motion. Adrenaline rushes through the body at the moment of danger, and evasive actions are taken to avoid a collision. In that moment, there are no thoughts, there is just a oneness with the situation. Instead about thinking about what to do, there is just doing the next thing.

Many people report that in situations when they are truly threatened, there is no fear. The whole experience arises in each moment – there’s turning the wheel of the car, there’s stepping on the brake – but there is no experience of anyone doing it, of making conscious decisions.

So, we can consider this phenomenon, some of our best evidence that fear:
a)      Does not help us,
b)      does not protect us,
c)       does not take care of us.

“Fear” comes in afterwards.

Only later there are thoughts of what might have happened.

What most of us think of as fear is primarily a mental process of imagining situations that do not exist in the moment.

Where Fear Comes From:

Separation (fear)
No Separation (no fear)
Illusion of Control
Letting go

How to Address Fear:

Fear is the experience of being identified as a separate self. FEAR and SEPARATENESS are synonyms.
And yet, avoiding fear, resisting fear, fearing fear, are greater problems than fear.

If we had learned to believe that the sensations we call “happiness” meant that awful things happen to us, we would now have the same reactions to happiness that we have to fear – We often operate out of beliefs.

Realization of non-separation is the ultimate (and only) “control”

We are desperate to control because we believe ourselves to be separate, alone and vulnerable.
When I am not separate, there is no one to protect.
I am invincible – I can be defenseless.

The only way to be invulnerable is to be completely vulnerable, and, for us to open to total vulnerability requires that we go beyond out fears and to know that we have never been separate from our true nature, from all that is.

Fear of the “unknown” is actually fear of my own imagination.

Many of us see ourselves as victim to fear, as if fear is chasing us through life and we must elude it.


I want us to switch this around. We are going to become the hunters and fear, the hunted.

Question Every Fear Thought
How do I know that?
Is that true?
Who says so?
Is that my experience or is it a belief?

Look to see how fear is set up in your mind:

Learn to Ask:
Is that happening NOW?
Is that true NOW?
Who says so?

Learn to explore:

What if we replace those voices that warn and threaten us….

- Cheri Huber.


Different kinds of Dreams:

1.       Dreams that are caused by physical sensations and their associations with our memories, expectations and fears.
2.       Dreams that are registrations of events going on upon the astral plane.
3.       Dreams that are reflections of psychological conditions of people who are in some way associated with us.
4.       Dreams that are imposed dramas upon us by dark forces.
5.       Dreams that are the registrations of causes which are in the process of manifestation.
6.       Dreams that are astral or mental reactions to those events going on upon mental or higher planes.
7.       Dreams that are the records of actual happenings on any plane of existence.
8.       Disciplinary dreams.
9.       Dreams that are the result of our guilt.
10.   Dreams that are the result of our aspirations and desires.
11.   Entertaining dreams.
12.   Creative dreams.
13.   Test dreams.
14.   Challenging dreams.
15.   Dream experiences of the past.
16.   Dreams that are reflected activities on the astral plane.
17.   Instructive dreams.
18.   Dreams that are reflections of higher events.
19.   Resolving or healing dreams.
20.   Dreams that prepare you to face or meet unusual or difficult situations.
21.   Revealing dreams.
22.   Daydreaming.
23.   Similar dreams.

- Torkom Saraydarian.

Shocks of Silence

From childhood people must be trained in the discipline of silence. They must learn the science of speech and silence. Greater mastery is achieved in life when we do not waste our breath and voice but use them only to enlighten, guide, protect, uplift and communicate with people….

One of the greatest healing factors is a silence experienced in the presence of a Cosmic beauty. Admiration is a moment of silence. Ecstasy is a period of silence. Exaltation is a duration of silence. It is in such a silence that psychic energy finds a way to flow into your whole system and revitalize and purify it.

We call these moments the shocks of silence, the shocks of beauty, glory, and grandeur. The real essence of beauty is silence. The True Self is silence. Only vehicles talk. The Self is silence.

Formulate your decisions after a long silence. Write your letters after a few moments of silence. Start your lecture after a moment of silence.

Answer the attacks of your enemies with silence. Let them receive the whole blow of their own speech. Let them trap themselves in their own network.

"Heal your bodies by keeping silence."

- Torkom Saraydarian.