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14 Signs of Spiritual Maturity that Indicate Your Spiritual Growth

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Spiritual maturity is not a religious concept. It has humanitarian objectives through balanced behaviors of spiritual understanding. Spiritual maturity is a gradual process of discovering your inner-self (or God Self) that goes along with self-discipline. It is important to understand that I am talking about a sufficiently “mobile” model of a Mature personality, allowing a different set of characterological features. However, in this article, I want to consider certain factors that can form the Central frame of such a personal model. And these factors I will describe through different signs of spiritual maturity.

Signs Of Spiritual Maturity

Authenticity

The famous American psychotherapist James Bugental calls authenticity the most important existential value of a human being. He identifies three main features of authentic existence:

  • full awareness of the present moment of life;
  • independent choice of the way of life at that moment;
  • taking personal responsibility for this choice.

The authenticity to some extent generalizes many properties of the individual. First of all, it is an expression of sincerity towards another. An authentic person wants to be himself in his immediate reactions and in his holistic behavior. He allows himself not to know all the answers to life’s questions.

He doesn’t act like he’s in love if he feels hostile at the moment. The difficulties of most people are that they spend a lot of vital energy on playing roles, or creating an external facade, instead of using it to solve their real problems.

If the person most of the time hides his true self behind the mask of any selected role, it is not surprising that in response he will receive the same insincere attitude of others. Authenticity is the most complete example of flexible behavior.

Openness to Own Experience and Acceptance of Feelings

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Here, by openness, I mean sincerity in the perception of one’s own feelings. Social experience teaches to deny, to reject the feelings, in particular, negative ones. The pressure of others forces to displace or suppress sadness, irritability, and anger. The society tells us: “don’t cry, don’t be nervous”, etc.

A spiritually mature person will not drive away any feelings, including negative ones. He accepts and experiences any feelings he has. Only, in this case, can you successfully control your behavior. It is because our displaced feelings are irrational, that is, they become a source of uncontrolled behavior.

When we realize our emotional reactions, we can choose our behavior in each situation, and not allow unconscious feelings to violate the regulation of our behavior. Therefore, we call ourselves “spiritually mature” only if we are capable of showing our tolerance for the whole range of ours and others emotional reactions.

Development of Self-Knowledge

Limited self-knowledge implies a restriction of freedom, and deep self-knowledge increases the possibility of choice in one’s life. The more a person knows about himself, the better he will understand other people, and Vice versa – the more a person understands others, the deeper he understands himself. Not being able to hear what’s going on inside us increases our exposure to stress and limits our effectiveness in life. It is very important to treat yourself realistically and consciously.

The Strength of Personality and Identity

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A mature person knows who he is, who he can become, what he wants from life, what is important for him in essence and what does not matter. He turns to life with questions, answers the questions posed to him by life, and constantly tests his values.

A spiritually mature person can’t be a reflection of the hopes of other people, he acts on his own internal position. This allows him to feel strong in interpersonal relationships.

Tolerance to Uncertainty (the Ability to Withstand Uncertainty)

Many people feel uncomfortable in situations where there is a lack of structure, clarity, and certainty. But spiritual development requires letting the comfort zone go and opening oneself up to a new experience. When we dive into our spiritual journey we have no guarantees or clarity of what to expect. A spiritual journey is very individual and even very experienced spiritual gurus can’t give us all the answers of what to expect.

A spiritually mature person understands this. He knows that life is an adventurous journey. That’s why we never know what the coming day is preparing for us, what kind of challenges we will face and what decisions we will have to make. All we can have is a strong confidence in our own intuition and the adequacy of feelings, confidence in the constructive decisions and the ability to take risks – all these qualities help us to endure the tension created by the uncertainty of the entire series of life situations.

Personal Responsibility

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Since most life situations arise under our control, we should be responsible for our actions in these situations. Understanding your responsibility allows you to freely and consciously make a choice at any time of communication – to agree with the arguments of the interlocutor or to enter into a productive confrontation.

Personal responsibility helps to take criticism more constructively. In such cases, criticism does not trigger the mechanisms of psychological protection but serves as useful feedback that improves the efficiency of activities and even life itself.

The Depth of Relationships With Others

When a spiritually mature person evaluates other people (their feelings, views, peculiar traits) he does it without condemnation and the use of labels.

Some people feel that expressing positive feelings obliges and thereby restricts freedom and makes them vulnerable. Others are afraid of rejection, so they feel that the safest position is the rejection of close relations. And they are satisfied with the communication with the partner in the distance.

But if you have enough spiritual maturity you don’t have such fears. You are able to freely express your feelings, both positive and negative, when communicating with other people.

Refusal of Perfectionism

Spiritual maturity involves a refusal of the desire to be perfect. Instead of blaming ourselves for our mistakes we need to take them as our lessons. If we accept that we are not perfect, we will avoid unnecessary tension and feelings of guilt. In this case, relations with others become deeper and at the same time more real.

Empathy

Spiritual maturity implies the ability of a person to feel empathy. Empaths understand the feelings of the people they communicate with, as well as mandatory consideration of them in the process of communication. The range of empathy manifestation varies widely: from a light emotional response to a full immersion in the world of feelings of your interlocutor. Empaths realize that the feelings they experience are a reflection of the feelings of their interlocutors.

Kindness and Compassion

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Kindness is based on the fundamental concept of self-recognition. We are required to treat all aspects of ourselves with compassion. Not just our positive aspects but also those ones that we previously denied. Spiritual maturity is a reflection of our deep gratitude, kindness, compassion, and forgiveness.

Only once we treat ourselves with kindness and compassion can we treat others the same way. Our attitude towards others is always a reflection of our attitude towards ourselves. That’s why I always say: “Love yourself first!”.

Patience

Spiritual maturity implies an understanding of the fact that the process of awakening goes through many periods and cycles. It requires our deepest commitment.

True patience does not aspire to any achievement. It allows us to open up for the timeless. When Einstein explained the nature of time by example, he said, “When you sit with a nice girl for two hours you think it’s only a minute, but when you sit on a hot stove for a minute you think it’s two hours. That’s relativity.”

Awakening is not a matter of weeks, years, or lives, but a matter of loving and patient disclosure to the mystery at this moment.

A Sense of the Sacred

Spiritually mature people treat every action they do as a sacred practice. Spiritual maturity means an understanding of the fact that if we need to bring light and compassion into the world, we have to start with our own lives. Our personal lives become more genuine spiritual practices than any series of experiences we have or any philosophy we share. This personal approach to practice means respect for the individual and the universal in our lives. Moreover, we also honor our individual body, our individual family and our community, as well as our personal history of joy and sorrow. Spiritually mature people have a deep understanding that their personal spiritual awakening affects all other creatures.

Independent Discovery

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Instead of accepting some philosophy or blindly following some great teacher, going on an insurmountable path, we must recognize that we need to see for ourselves. In spiritual maturity, we find a great sense of autonomy – not as a reaction to authority, but as a basis for sincere recognition of the fact that we, like Buddha, are capable of spiritual awakening. Spiritual maturity has a deeply democratic quality. It means that all individuals have the opportunity to discover what is sacred and to free themselves.

This sense of exploration combines the openness of the mind with “discerning wisdom,” the ability to separate the useful from the harmful, which keeps the eyes open. With an open mind, we always learn.

Our sense of discovery gives us the opportunity to use the great wisdom traditions to learn from teachers and be part of the community. While at the same time in contact with ourselves, to see the truth and speak the truth with great respect to our own integrity and to our own awakening. This kind of research allows us to be more honest with ourselves.

Flexibility

Flexibility implies that spiritual life is not about accepting a particular philosophy or set of beliefs or teachings, nor is it about confronting or opposing anyone. It is the lightness of the heart that implies that all spiritual means are rafts to come to freedom.

The flexibility of the mindset contributes lightness and humor to spiritual practice. It allows us to see that there are thousands of ways to reach spiritual awakening. And if we choose one way and other people choose another way there is nothing wrong with this. We may follow different paths to reach the same destination.

Conclusion

With spiritual maturity, our ability to forgive and free ourselves grows and deepens. This shows the natural resolution of our conflicts and the ability to return to a joy and peace. When we reach spiritual maturity we see spirituality as a question of who we are rather than of what ideal, philosophy, religion, or guru we follow. Spirituality of this kind is full of joy and integrity; it is both ordinary and awakened. Such spiritual maturity allows the light of the divine to shine through us.

Katya Ki is the Founder and Editor-In-Chief of SOLANCHA Magazine, a Feng Shui Master, a Metaphysical Expert, a Reiki Master, and Human Rights Attorney. She has been studying Eastern metaphysics and esotericism for almost 20 years now. And she's still discovering new knowledge, which is hidden in ancient teachings. During her pilgrimage to the monastery of Saint Catherine in Egypt, she discovered the SOLANCHA System. This is how the SOLANCHA journey started!

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16 Powerful Ways to Build Good Karma

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The positive karmic experience accumulated during all earthly incarnations tends to be spent aimlessly or changed for the worse, which leads to negative consequences in real life. To reverse this process, it is necessary to constantly improve karma. In this article, I will share with you 16 powerful ways to attract good karma.

But first, let’s find out what good karma actually is.

What Is Good Karma?

Karma is based on cause-and-effect relationships. In other words, we always get back what we give to the world. The more good deeds accumulated on the invisible “account” of each soul, the more bonuses it receives in its future life and next incarnations. If karmic “savings” are spent selfishly, without bringing benefit to others and the planet, then in future reincarnations such a soul will have “to reap the fruits” of his irresponsibility, because karma will change from good to bad.

Therefore, to build good karma is the main goal of every soul.

How Do I Know If My Karma Is Good Or Bad?

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If we try to create a simplified model of testing karma, it will be based on four components:

  • relationships with others;
  • health (both physical and mental);
  • prosperity;
  • life purpose.

If each of these components is present in your life, then we can probably say that your karma, in this case, tends to be good. Thus, the good karma manifests itself in the harmony achieved in all spheres of our lives.

However, most people have problems at least in one of these spheres.

Have you seen babies being born with disabilities? This is an example of negative karma brought to this incarnation from past lives. But sometimes healthy people get into car accidents and get disabilities. This would be an example of negative karma that was created during this life.

Why Should We Build Good Karma?

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Bad karma involves problems in all or some areas of life. If a person is haunted by constant failures, negativity, then his karmic debts exceeded the profit from good deeds.

The karmic debts accumulated in all incarnations will result in diseases, poverty, alcohol or drugs addiction, unsuccessful marriages, and other negative consequences.

Do you experience any health problems? Do you have relationship problems? Do you suffer from money loss or poverty? Do you feel like your life has no purpose? If you answered ‘yes’ to at least one of these questions then you should consider taking actions for improving your karma.

How to Build Good Karma?

#1 Keep It Clean

Try to make sure that everything in your life is clean: your body, home, workplace, etc. But especially important to keep your thoughts and actions clean! Keep in mind that negative thoughts, emotions, and actions create negative karma. And positive thoughts and actions create good karma. Be mindful of what you thinking and doing!

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#2 Get Involved in Charity

This would be especially helpful for those of you who have financial problems. You may say: “How can I do charity if I have no money?” Well, there are different ways to do it. We can help people even if we don’t have money to offer. A kind word, a smile, good advice – this is also a kind of charity that can change someone’s life for the better.

#3 Help Others Selflessly

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You can offer help to those who are currently suffering. The main thing is not to try to radically correct someone else’s karma. But helping them find their way is quite acceptable.

#4 Self-Development

Inertia is bad for your soul. Instead of dwelling on your past, you should be constantly moving forward. Every day you try to learn something new. Every event that life presents to you should be considered as a life lesson. Every night before you go to bed ask yourself: “What have I learned today? What did I realize today?“. If you find it difficult to answer these questions, then you probably have lost your awareness and mindfulness. Tomorrow will be a new day, try not to waste it!

#5 Spiritual Development

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Constant training of the body is well reflected in its appearance and health. But we should also remember to give equal attention to our spirit. The purer your soul is, the higher your moral foundations, moral values, and the easier it is to learn the life lessons on the way to good karma. Make sure to train your mental essence with the help of prayers and meditations.

#6 Love

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Open your heart to every creature of existence. Make your love available for everyone: people, animals, nature, planet, your work, every action you take, every word you speak, every thought you think. Unconditional love will help you achieve harmony and approach good karma.

#7 Take Responsibility For Your Life

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You and only you are responsible for your actions, words, and thoughts. Thus, you and only you are responsible for every event and situation in your life. There’s no point in blaming other people, Government, President, parents, etc. for everything you’re not happy about in your life.

All your failures and successes are the results of your own actions and thoughts. You have the power to change your life, but it will require a change in your thinking. Stop hiding behind the mask of a victim of circumstances. You are the Creator of your own life, so start creating it! The more you take responsibility for your life, the more power you have!

#8 Be Honest

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One lie inevitably begets another like a virus. Remember that lost trust is very difficult to regain. After catching you multiple times on lying people will eventually stop believing you. So in relations with others it will pursue misunderstanding and resentment. And sooner or later this will turn into another karmic debt.

#9 Listen to Your Inner Voice

Always remember that your subconscious has the answers to all your questions. You just need to be able to listen. Listen to your inner voice in every situation – this is the Universe talking to you. The more you’re connected to the Universe the more you follow the path that leads you to good karma.

#10 Be In a Present Moment

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The past is gone. The future hasn’t come yet. Don’t distract yourself with thinking about your past or daydreaming about the future. Focus on the present moment and live it to the fullest. Put 100% energy and awareness in everything you’re doing in the present moment. The practice of being in the present moment will teach you to live your life consciously.

#11 Pray

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When we pray we cleanse our karma. Especially powerful when you pray for other people, animals or planet. But such practice should be consistent and you should put all your attention to focus on the intention of the prayer. You can also use special mantras for purifying karma and chant them daily.

#12 Volunteering

By doing volunteering work you greatly improve your karma!

#13 Be Grateful

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Never blame anybody (including God and Universe) for not receiving exactly what you’ve been asking for. If you believe in karma, then you have to accept the fact that we always receive exactly what we deserve.

Therefore if you’re not getting what you want you have to ask yourself: “Why am I not getting this?” Maybe it’s not time yet, or maybe the receiving of what you’re asking wouldn’t serve your Higher purpose and the Universe is trying to show you that you will receive something much better if you’ll be patient and grateful. Be grateful for every little thing you have in your life and very soon you will see that you attract more and more happiness and joy into your life.

#14 Forgive

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Life doesn’t give us lessons that we are not capable of learning. And one of the most important lessons we come to this life for is the lesson of forgiveness. Most people choose not to learn this lesson which leads to repeating it again and again during many incarnations. But if you believe in karma and want to evolve you have to learn to forgive.

Every time we forgive someone we remove a giant block of negative karma and heal our heart. And the thing is, the more hurtful our resentment is, the more cleansing and healing the forgiveness brings to our souls. If you want to build good karma, sometimes the best way to do so is to forgive people for some of the bad vibes they’ve sent your way.

#15 Donate Blood

It is believed that when you donate your blood the ones who need it you improve your karma tremendously. The whole intention behind blood donation is saving someone’s life. And since the law of karma states that we receive what we give, then when you save somebody’s life the Universe will make sure that you will stay safe. Yes, it can even save your life if you experience any danger or health issues in the future!

#16 Inspire

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Let every person that meets you become happier and inspired. Spread positive vibes and don’t let your negative emotions affect other people. Be mindful of what you’re saying and how you’re saying it.

Listen to other people who need to be heard. Sometimes inspiration is better expressed when we stay quiet to give other people room to speak their truth. Be a patient listener, care for other people, and provide them the type of inspiration they need at the moment.

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Tulpas: Intelligent Companions Created By Your Thoughts

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What are our thoughts? Do they exist independently of our mind with the ability to influence reality? Are they construct created by the mental and emotional faculties of our soul? If so, how do these abilities shape consciousness when creating thoughts? One idea from all these questions relates to a phenomenon known as “tulpa”. In this article, I will share with you some interesting information about tulpas, what they are and how they influence our reality.

Introduction

In many world religions, mystical and esoteric traditions, there is a belief that as soon as a thought arises, it becomes a real entity that exists separately from the thinker. In this case, we are talking about a tulpa, a game of imagination or a truly autonomous entity that exists in the brain of the “master” who created it.

Tulpas have their own personalities, opinions, and actions that do not depend on the people that created them. They are conscious entities that are aware of themselves and the world they live in. A fully formed tulpa is a conscious and intelligent being created by the thought of a person – its master.

Tulpa is created by focusing on one thought and saturating that thought with intense emotions. This is how tulpas become something more than just mental energy. Created mental forms and tulpas exist in all spiritual realities and constitute the so-called imaginary Kingdom.

This imaginary Kingdom is the repository of the formations and energies of collective thinking. Thought-forms and tulpas can be experienced physically, but in most cases, they are perceived as phenomena. However, they exist as separate entities that manifest as physical formations.

What is Tulpa?

Tulpas are thoughtforms that originate in Tibetan Buddhism and the Bön religion. According to these traditions, tulpas are consciously created beings or objects. The word tulpa literally means “emanation” or “manifestation”.

There are many equivalents of tulpa in different religions and spiritual teachings. Some pagans believe that tulpas exist on the astral plane. They can appear on their own or be created by the effort of a person.

Thoughts and Tulpas

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According to some theosophists, there are three kinds of thought-forms. The first kind takes the form of a thinker. The second one is the one that takes the image of a material object. The third one takes its own form expressing its inherent qualities. To this list may be added the fourth kind, which takes the collective thought-form known as the egregore. Although there are four different types of thought-forms, they have similar qualities.

Let’s take a closer look at each of these thought-forms.

1.Thought-forms that take a form of a thinker

In this case, the imagination of the thinker is concentrated on a thought that he/she is located somewhere in a different place. With an intense focus on this thought, people see themselves in a different place performing different actions. They have created a way of thinking about themselves that is separate from them, has autonomy and mental consciousness.

In some cases, other people may see and feel that person’s projection as a vision. Well known is the example of Padre Pio, who could be physically in a monastery and then project his thought-form in several different places. The people of those places could see him or smelled the roses that indicated his presence.

2. Thought-forms that take the image of a material object

Such thought-forms can be applied to a phenomenon called “doppelgänger” (doubles). In these cases, the double and the tulpa exist as separate physical objects.

3. Thought-form that takes its own form expressing its inherent qualities

Such a thought-form takes its own form entirely, expressing its inherent qualities in the surrounding environment. In this case, positive or negative thinking is projected into the person’s aura.

For example, when a mother asks angels or saints to protect her child she creates an angelic thoughtform using her concentrated thoughts along with energetic material of the aura of her child. The created thought-form penetrates into the aura of the child and remains there to avoid negative influences.

4. Collective thought-forms (Egregores)

There are lots of different egregores that people use for different goals. One of the most popular forms is religion egregore. I have to admit that religion egregores are ones of the most powerful egregores on this planet. Therefore you can often see how a simple prayer can be manifested into miracles.

Beings Created by Thought

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In Western magical traditions, there are rituals of protection, which the magician uses to enhance and protect his/her auric field. In the late 1880s, the famous Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn used a special ritual known as The Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram to create a strong aura field to protect the magician from intrusive influences.

By creating guardian angels and using the exorcism ritual, mental and astral bodies use the energy properties of the aura and surrounding energies to create a protective field as a positive thought-form.

Why Create a Tulpa?

Some of you may wonder – why do people create tulpas? What’s the point? You see, the process of creating a tulpa is very personal and each person may have his/her own reasons for doing this.

For some people creating tulpas is a journey of self-discovery or/and self-development tool. Others create tulpas for scientific and psychological breakthroughs. Some people do it for not being lonely. Others want to push the boundaries of reality as we know it.

The Bond

I should say that the most prevalent reason for creating a tulpa is the bond. Tulpa Creators tend to have incredibly close and personal relationships with their tulpas. A bond with one’s tulpa is usually extremely strong which is not surprising since tulpas know their creators intimately, understand them, and generally like and trust them. That allows them to understand their creators like no other person.

Understanding

If you decide to open up to your tulpa it will have access to all your memories, your thoughts, reasons for doing things in the past that others wouldn’t understand. Some people are afraid of being disliked by their tulpas for what they can find in their memories or thoughts. Conversely, usually tulpas are very understanding of their creators and so they will understand why you did what you did in the past.

Control

Another amazing quality of a tulpa is its ability to act as a controller of sorts for psychological processes. For example, if you have anger issues it can help you control your negative emotions and temper, and calm you down when you need it.

How to Create a Tulpa?

Think About Your Own Personality

Before you start creating your Tulpa you have to take a moment to really think about your own personality. Think about the qualities you would like to manifest that can help you to become a better version of yourself and open your potential.

Create an Image of Your Tulpa

Decide what your tulpa will look like. Many people like to draw their tulpas or let someone draw them. Before you start drawing, you should write down the description of your tulpa. Here are some questions that would be useful to answer before you start drawing the tulpa:

  • is it a female or a male image?
  • what are the qualities of the tulpa (female: calm, attentive, affectionate, patient, male: strong, persistent, protective, faithful)?
  • is it a human, an animal, an alien?
  • what is your tulpa’s eyes color? skin color? hair color?
  • etc.

Try to be very specific with the qualities that are important for you.

Now that you have a basic description of your tulpa, you can start drawing it. Draw everything you can, walking style, different poses, and facial expressions. If you can’t or don’t want to draw, think about it and visualize it.

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Meditate On Your Tulpa

Find a quiet place where no one bothers you. Sit down and relax. It is desirable that this is done in a comfortable chair, putting your feet on the floor and straightening your back.

Listen to your breathing and focus on it, slowly relaxing every part of your body.

Imagine yourself in a dream place or in a luminous space. While you are sitting in this magical world or space, visualize the outline of your tulpa image. It will be blurred first, but watch the process. At the same time concentrate on every detail of your tulpa’s image and make it real. This may take a long time, but be patient.

Once you can see your tulpa clearly in your mind, imagine how it walks, think about its overall walking style. Visualize how your tulpa is running, jumping, exercising and see how it reacts to certain actions. Keep in mind that this process can take up to a couple of hours each day. Continue until you get the result.

Communicate With Your Tulpa

Once you can clearly visualize your tulpa you can start communicating with it. You can talk to your tulpa mentally or aloud. The conversation will help your tulpa to develop, will teach it new words, emotions, and actions. Perform these actions until you hear that your tulpa can talk to you. It may seem strange at first, but it’s not crazy, it’s just that you’ve manifested your inner essence.

Accept the Change

I need to warn you about one interesting fact about tulpas. Usually, tulpas change something about themselves. Some people get scared of these changes or at the very least feel surprised. But I want to assure you that there is no reason to worry about it as long as both of you are content with it.

So why does a tulpa change? Well, the answer is pretty simple – a tulpa changes because it wants to! Always keep in mind that though you are a creator of your tulpa, it still has its own personality and independence. You have to respect that and accept the change.

The Bottom Line

It takes time for tulpas to develop convincing and complex personalities. As they grow older, your attention and their life experiences will shape them into entities with their own hopes, dreams, and beliefs. If you already decided that you want to make a tulpa, be sure to realize all the consequences and the responsibility that comes with it. Be consistent in spending time with your tulpa regularly. You have to remember that giving attention to your tulpa is very important since it leads to faster growth.

Look at this as a personal journey, and try to learn about yourself as you create your tulpa.

If you’re not sure whether you want to create a tulpa I would suggest not to do it and focus on guided meditations and visualization techniques instead.

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Quan Yin Awakening: Mantras and Rituals

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Quan Yin (also spelled Kwan Yin, Kuanyin, Guanyin) is the Goddess of mercy and compassion and one of the major deities in Buddhism. In Sanskrit, Her name is Padma-pâni, or “Born of the Lotus.” In this article, I want to share with you how you can connect with this beautiful Goddess and receive Her blessings and support!

Who Is Quan Yin?

Quan Yin is the Goddess of mercy who is primarily singled out in Buddhist philosophy. Stories and legends about this Goddess can be found in many texts, where She is called ‘Bodhisattva‘.

Quan Yin is a symbol of motherhood, virtue, and compassion. Her essence is pure compassion. She is able to feel pain and help ease it to the whole world. She can help to conceive children, heal a disease, protect in sorrow, and render harmless the spears of an enemy in battle.

Symbology

There are thousands of different incarnations or manifestations of Quan Yin.

Usually, She is depicted as a barefoot, gracious woman dressed in white flowing robes, with a white hood gracefully draped over the top of the head and carrying a small upturned vase of holy dew. She stands tall and slender.

She also may be depicted seated on an elephant, standing on a fish, nursing a baby, holding a basket.

Quan Yin has three birthdays: the nineteenth of the second, sixth and ninth months.

The Teaching of Quan Yin

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This beautiful Goddess graciously appears in our lives when it is time to cherish and nurture our wholeness through compassion. She basically teaches us how to be compassionate not only to others but also to ourselves.

Do you find yourself irritated or indifferent to the suffering of others? What keeps you from showing compassion to them? Have you ever hurt others in order to avenge your pain? Do you fear that you will be hurt if you open your heart to others? If so, it is time to awaken Quan Yin energy inside of you.

Quan Yin teaches us that the way to ease your suffering is to develop compassion for yourself. The one who knows how to be compassionate to himself will be able to show compassion to others.

Mystic Ritual “Travelling to Quan Yin Dimension”

This powerful ritual will help you to reconnect with Quan Yin, become more compassionate, and receive Her blessings.

Good days for this ritual:

  • Monday (use a white candle or white flowers);
  • Friday (use a pink candle or pink roses).

Instructions

Find a time and a place where nothing and no one will disturb you. Light a candle or/and place flowers next to you.

Sit or lie down comfortably, with your back straight and close your eyes. Take a deep breath and exhale slowly. Then take another breath, inhaling deeply to the heart. Exhale slowly, feeling your heart expand. Take a deep breath and exhale through your heart chakra.

Try to visualize and feel yourself inside your heart. Feel your heart beating around you.

Visualize how a rainbow bridge appears inside your heart. You step on that bridge and cross the waters below the bridge. As you’re crossing the bridge, you become more and more relaxed. Waters below make you more peaceful and comfort you. As you’re walking over the bridge feel how pleasant and refreshing the air is.

On the other side of the rainbow bridge lies the Paradise island of Quan Yin. You set foot on the island, and the Goddess greets you and hands you a beautiful flower. When you inhale the fragrance of the flower, you feel that your heart is opening. She takes you by the hand and leads you through the rich lush fragrant gardens to Her pavilion.

After she seats you with care and attention, she asks you to talk about your problems. Tell the Goddess about your problems. She listens to you attentively. You feel nourishment and love in the very center of your being. You feel completely heard and understood. Sit with the Goddess until you are ready to return.

Quan Yin takes you to the rainbow bridge and hugs you. Thank her and go across the bridge feeling full of strength and renewed. Cross the bridge and go back to your heart.

Take a deep breath and exhale back into your body. Take another deep breath and open your eyes as you exhale. Tell the words of gratitude to the Goddess. If you lit a candle, leave it to burn down to the end.

Mantras

For reconnecting with the Goddess and receiving Her blessings you can also use mantras. These mantras are manifestations of Quan Yin in different aspects. When you recite a mantra, you address a particular quality of the Goddess, invoke its Presence, reconnect with you and strengthening you.

When chanting the mantra you can hold a piece of jade, amethyst, pearl or coral in your hand.

Mantra For Health

Guan Yin With a Willow Branch Image

For chanting this mantra focus on the image of the Goddess that holds a willow branch covered with sweet dew. This branch has healing power which gets activated with this mantra.

The text:

NAMO YANG LIU GUAN YIN

Mantra for Power and Patronage

Guan Yin Rides the Dragon Image

For chanting this mantra visualize Quan Yin standing on the dragon. This image is the symbol of Her power.

The text:

NAMO LONG TOU GUAN YIN

The mantra of Spiritual Insight and Enlightenment

For chanting this mantra use the image of Quan Yin holding Sutras which is a symbol of sacred knowledge and wisdom.

The text:

NAMO CHO JING GUAN YIN

Mantra for Self-Development and Empowerment

This mantra helps to banish all darkness and negativity, stimulate self-development and empowerment.

The text:

NAMO YUAN GUANG GUAN YIN

Mantra for Purifying Thoughts, Self-Improvement, and Spiritual Development

Guan Yin Dressed in White Image

Quan Yin dressed in white is a symbol of purity and enlightenment of the mind. Use the following mantra to purify your thoughts, stimulate your self-improvement and spiritual development:

NAMO BAI YI GUAN YIN

Abundance Mantra

Quan Yin depicted with a basket of fish is a symbol of prosperity and abundance. The following mantra is a wish-fulfilling mantra that helps to attract prosperity and abundance.

The text:

NAMO YU LAN GUAN YIN

Mantra for Qi Increase

This powerful mantra increases the quantity and quality of Qi energy thus it helps to prolong life.

The text:

NAMO YAN MING GUAN YIN

Mantra for Overcoming Anger

This mantra helps to overcome anger, to resolve conflicts, stop fights, and achieve peace.

The text:

NAMO NENG JING GUAN YIN

Mantra for Longevity

This mantra for meditation grants health and longevity.

The text:

NAMO YE YI GUAN YIN

Protection Mantra

The text:

NAMO DO LO GUAN YIN

The mantra of Universal Compassion

The text:

NAMO PU BEI GUAN YIN

Quan Yin and Feng Shui

Quan Yin Statue Feng Shui Image

Quan Yin is a powerful Feng Shui symbol, which is fraught with absolute perfection. The statue or the picture of this beautiful Goddess unites all possible forces to attract the best in your life.

This talisman requires no special sector or correlation with anything. You can place Her statue or hang the picture at the front door, in the bedroom or living room.

Of course, you should never place the statue or the image of this goddess in such places as the toilet or bathroom!

The Bottom Line

In order to receive Quan Yin blessings and help, you just need to appeal for help. Do it sincerely, and She will come to your aid, support you, protect you and bless you. Make Quan Yin practice a part of your daily routine and watch the improvements in all the spheres of your life!

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