“The core of all the great spiritual teachings and teachers can be surmised in a few simple paragraphs.
Choose to be easygoing, benign, forgiving, compassionate and unconditionally loving towards all life in all its expressions without exception, including oneself. Focus on unselfish service and the giving of love, consideration, and respect to all creatures.
Avoid negativity and the desire for worldliness and its greed for pleasure and possessions. Forego opinionation, the judgment of right versus wrong, the vanity of being ‘right’, and the trap of righteousness.
Seek to understand rather than to condemn. Venerate the teachers of these basic principles and ignore all others. Apply these principles to one’s view of oneself as well as of others. Trust in the love, mercy, infinite wisdom and compassion of Divinity which sees through all human error, limitation, and frailty. Place faith and trust in the love of God, which is all forgiving, and understand that condemnation and fear of judgement stem from the ego.
The way out of conflict is not to try to eliminate the negative but instead to choose and adopt the positive. We influence others by what we are rather than by what we say or have. That which is freely given to life flows back to us because we are equally part of that life. Like ripples on the water, every gift returns to the giver. What we affirm in others, we actually affirm in ourselves. To truly know love is to know and understand God; and to know God is to understand love.
Advanced states of consciousness or enlightenment are slow Theta waves (4-7 cycles/second) that occur in meditation. In contrast, the ordinary mind, which is an experience of the ego, is predominantly at 13+ cycles per second of beta waves.”
-David Hawkins, The Eye of the I (2001)
This video entrains the mind to function in the shamanic state of consciousness, or 4.5hz theta wave.