Waking Up to a World of Wonders
We've talked about "psychic sleep" on the Huna Ohana
group ... the strange state of "hypnotized humanity"
... most people are "hypnotized" ... living one great
nightmare they mistake for reality.
We've talked about dissolving the false self and
living your True Self.
So "climb aboard!"
Begin your adventure along the Mystic Kahuna Path with
a totally receptive mind.
And start "right where you are!"
This is of the utmost importance ... you must not
assume that you are spiritually awake.
You have already seen that one of the "smoothest
tricks" of the false self is to deceive us into
thinking that your present state is a conscious one.
Alertness in exterior affairs has no connection with
Exterior abilities are on the physical plane, but
psychic skills are on a higher spiritual level.
--- Original Message ---
> I have wondered what is wrong with myselfDon't be concerned if it's not clear to you now
> and other people. The idea of psychic sleep
> makes perfect sense. Why else would thousands
> of people march off to senseless war? I want
> to know more.
because that's merely indicating that you have not yet
escaped far enough to distinguish the difference
between "sleeping" and "awakened" states.
... when you are in "psychic sleep" you can't possibly
see what is meant by wakefulness until you actually
You see ... awakening is the most "different" event a
person can experience!
"How to Wake Up to a World of Wonders"
Now we come to the single most important technique on
the Mystic Kahuna Path.
With persistent practice, you can turn into a new
It's simple AND dynamic!
Before you can tell what it is, you must see what it's
It's definitely NOT self-centered mental absorption!
If THAT were "liberating" ... then millions would be
totally free. In fact ... self-centered reflection is
the exact opposite of genuine Self-Observation ... and
it's worst enemy!
Self-Observation is watching everything that goes on
... both within yourself and outside.
Do nothing but watch ... just like it was happening to
Don't form an opinion about anything you observe.
Don't judge anything as good or bad, pleasurable or
painful, favorable or unfavorable.
Watch as if you have no personal connection with
whatever you observe.
It's just like standing on the sidewalk watching cars
going by. They are different sizes, shapes, and
colors, but what does that have to do with you?
You have no connection with the color, shape, or size
... you are merely watching them go by.
Now ... Self-Observation means "passive detachment."
You don't try changing the things you see in yourself
... and you don't "interfere."
You simply LOOK.
It's a remarkable experience to "stand aside" and
watch a fear, a depression, or a passion "pass
through" you without personalizing it.
It is "sheer magic" that eventually changes things
effortlessly and correctly as we proceed.
Your greatest technique for New-ness!
© 2007 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD