Author name: Adrian Constantine Bajenaru

Ascending Realms: Unveiling the Mysteries of Angelic Orders

The concept of angelic orders is rooted in religious traditions, particularly Christianity. Pseudo-Dionysius proposed a hierarchy, organizing celestial beings into three triads. The first triad includes Seraphim, Cherubim, and Thrones, associated with love, wisdom, and divine justice. The second triad consists of Dominions, Virtues, and Powers, linked to administration, grace, and defense. The third triad involves Principalities, Archangels, and Angels, associated with regional guardianship, divine messages, and earthly tasks. Variations exist among different religious and spiritual traditions.

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The Fascinating Journey of Milarepa, the Spiritual Seeker, Toward Enlightenment

Milarepa, the most recognized and credited yogi from Tibet. When I was staying at the Tibetan monastery Kopan, the monks told us that he used to cook a soup from a kind of moss that grew on the Himalayan rocks and the snow he let melt. Why am I starting this article with Milarepa? Because

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Vigyan Bhairav Tantra: 112 Techniques of Meditation

The Vigyan Bhairav Tantra is a ancient Indian text that is part of the larger corpus of texts known as the “Tantras.” It is a conversation between the god Shiva and his consort Devi, where Shiva imparts 112 meditation techniques (dharanas) to Devi. These techniques are diverse and cover a wide range of methods for

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Discipline, as understood by a warrior, is creative, open, and produces freedom. It is the ability to face the unknown, transforming the feeling of knowing into reverent astonishment; of considering things that exceed the scope of our habits, and daring to face the only war that is worthwhile: The battle for awareness. Carlos Castaneda

Discipline, as understood by a warrior, is creative, open, and produces freedom. It is the ability to face the unknown, transforming the feeling of knowing into reverent astonishment; of considering things that exceed the scope of our habits, and daring to face the only war that is worthwhile: The battle for awareness. Carlos Castaneda Read More »

Shem Ha Mephorash Seventy Two Angels Of The Name

The Shemhamephorash (שֵׁם הַמְּפֹרָשׁ), also known as the “Explicit Name” or the “72-fold Name of God,” is a concept in Kabbalistic mysticism. It is associated with the 72 angels or divine beings. These combinations are derived from Exodus 14:19-21, where each verse consists of 72 letters. During Set’s imprisonment of Osiris in the Golden Coffin,

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