To truly activate this deity yoga of the Christ, Krishna or Buddha within us, we explore this freedom through both the experience of compassion and the experience of emptiness or surrender on our paths, for ourselves and all beings, on this world and all worlds.
We dive into compassion for all worlds.
The Thirty Seven Practices of Compassion for a Bodhisattva are mentioned here, as a guide to cultivating the compassion necessary to embrace all worlds with the love of a Divine Mother.
Guan Yin is the Protector of All Worlds as the Mother of Compassion both here on earth, and in all physical, astral and causal realms.
In the Lotus Sutra, She is described as the
one of the true gaze
the one of the pure gaze
the one of the gaze of broad and great wisdom
the one of the compassionate gaze
and the one of the gaze of goodwill.
The true gaze is the one capable of contemplating the true nature of all things, satya, on all the worlds.
How are we to know the true nature of all things, on all the worlds?
Truly, when we contemplate inter-being, that all nature is in this body, and this body is of the earth, and this earth is of the stars, we see that every world is in our body and every body is a star. When we are calm and clear we have the capacity to gaze upon all worlds and all dimensions because we know that the stars are also the light that is within us. This is satya.
The pure gaze is the one capable of self-purification, visuddhi vimala, who can become the light for the sake of the world, just as the cloud can become rain for the sake of the world. This is visuddhi vimala.
The gaze of great wisdom, mahaprajna, is the realisation of Divine Mother in every body’s heart, mahaprajnaparamita, the great wisdom that has the power to bring us to the other shore, the shore of safety, the shore of non-fear, the shore of liberation, by surrendering to the Grace of Divine Mother, by emptying ourself of all but Her.
The compassionate gaze, karuna, is the establishment within us of loving-kindness for ourselves and others, a nectar that falls like rain on the fires of suffering and afflictions.
The gaze of good will, loving kindness, maitri, is the capacity to transform ourself into a Bodhisattva, an archangel, an elder, who regards all beings with the eyes of love.
This transformation is something we can do, today, starting with ourself.
“Breathing in this breath of love, I breathe in peace.
Breathing out this breath of love, I give my peace to you.”
In that moment of presence and awareness, of the movement and stillness in our breathing, we are that Bodhisattva.
The mind and heart can go in a thousand directions
But on this beautiful path in life I have chosen I walk in peace
With each step a gentle wind blows
With each step a flower blooms
I often mindfully and heartfully walk watching the flowers bloom under my feet.
A very simple beautiful practice to try at any time of your day.
Be the Christ, Krishna, the Buddha Within.
You carry this threefold flame of enlightenment within you.
Let it shine.
Gate gate pāragate pārasaṃgate bodhi swāhā
Love and blessings
Altair and Mother
Son Of Lord Krishna, Son Of Lady Guan Yin, conscious walk-in from the Pleiadian Dolphin Isle Daenkus.
I am here to do the work of My Mother in assisting both in Mother Gaia’s ascension and by walking the Path of the Bodhisattva in seeking Krishnahood, Christhood, Buddhahood and healing for all beings.
Love and Blessings from the Source. Stephen/Altair gate gate pāragate pārasaṃgate bodhi svāhā ག༌ཏེ༌ག༌ཏེ༌པཱ༌ར༌ག༌ཏེ༌པཱ༌ར༌སཾ༌ག༌ཏེ༌བོ༌དྷི༌སྭཱ༌ཧཱ། “go, go, go beyond, go thoroughly beyond, and establish yourself in enlightenment
Altair is a teacher, healer and mystic guiding the Way of Love, Unity and Harmony for the New Gaia that we are co-creating. He teaches that We are the Way and that our freedom to be our True Self is the key to transformation. “The miracles of God lie within Us. We are the Light. We are the Temple of the One Chakra whose Awakened Infinite Light Body brings all our dreams into reality.” With deepest Love and Devotion to My Divine Mother, Lady of the Earth, Guan Yin (from the Sanskrit root Guanyin/Kuan Yin/Kwan Yin) “The Divine Mother who perceives the Sounds and Cries of Mother Gaia and Her Children.”