The Mahavakyas of SynchroDestiny

December 1, 2019

Spontaneous realization of desire
Deepak Chopra introduced a set of Mahayana Buddhism in his seminal book “Spontaneous Realization of Desire”, the online seminar SynchroDestiny and his similar live event “Infinite Possibilities”. In the process of awakening the spirit. Deepak also refers to these as the Buddhist scriptures. The term “jing” means something that is stitched together, connected together, or connected at the soul level. In this case, the purpose of the Sutra is to embed truth deeply in your consciousness and to re-awaken the long-forgotten truth lying there. They transform you from local, false, self-centered identity to all non-local knowledge.

Unless you are fortunate to have a close relationship with an enlightened teacher, you will not be able to teach the Great Saint as before. However, when using them as a Buddhist scripture, Deepak provides a simple process that can yield huge benefits from it.

Peace of mind
Deep within your consciousness, the quiet space between your thoughts is the realm of unlimited organizational power. This is where everything is possible. When you release your intentions in this realm, like planting seeds in the most fertile land, the universe will handle all the details. Here, these great truths start to sprout, grow and eventually bloom for your daily reality. You no longer live in chaos and chaos, but start enjoying life at a level of peace, harmony, joy and the spontaneous realization of all wishes.

Often, your mind is haunted by all thoughts, emotions, and memories of everyday life. When you have a desire, it’s easy to get lost and tangled with everything else that happens. In deeper consciousness, it hardly made any impression. This is the equivalent of throwing a large stone into a turbulent lake. You hardly notice the splash. But when you settle down and then release your intentions, it’s like dropping a pebble in the heart of a quiet clear lake, making the ripples spread to the edge. Intent penetrates all aspects of your life.

meditate
In the Vedic era, the teachings of enlightened masters brought the minds of students into that quiet state, where Mahayana Buddhism was the most powerful. For most people, meditation is a key ingredient and tool you use. Meditation expands your consciousness into the inner silence-you release Mahahakya, full of intent. Then you break away from the result and let your mind stand still again. The ripples disappeared, the surface subsided, and then the pebbles fell again. If you start to judge and evaluate, then the ego will take over and soon you will be in chaos and confusion. The surface became turbulent. Sowing the seeds, getting out of the results, and letting the universe do the work perfectly.

Seven shares of Mahavakyas Deepak, including two from the original Upanishads, are issued in Sanskrit. For thousands of years, they have been used to transcend thought activities and awaken a higher state of consciousness. They are like a shabby path that takes you on your journey home. (If you visit the Chopra Center in Carlsbad, California, you will see them carved on the wall of the meditation room.)

Destiny
In Sanskrit, the vibration of words is enough, but as often asked by intellect, you will find the meaning and its explanation here.

Aham Brahmasmi: I am all. Anything is possible because it already exists inside us.
Tat Tvam Asi (tat t-vam, look): You are that, I am that. Knowing our true, true self is the same as ultimate reality. you are the same with me.
Sat Chit Ananda (sat chit ah nan da): Truth, informed, bliss. Discover or acknowledge the inner nature of our soul.
Sankalpa (san kal pa): Seed of intention. When my intentions come from my true self, they have unlimited organizational capabilities. My true intentions always benefit others.
Moksha (moke shah): Freedom and liberation. Turn negative energy into higher consciousness of pleasure and inner peace.
Shiva-Shakti: Balance all opposites. Embrace and unify our male and female energies for unlimited flexibility.
Ritam (ree tam): the eternal order of the universe or the highest law of the universe. Principles of regulating and coordinating the operation of the universe. The first form of truth, it frees us from karma prisons.
Activate the Big Islam in Everyday Life
Since there are seven Mahayana Buddhists, you can introduce a different one every day of the week. It doesn’t matter which day of the week. You can do the first thing in the morning and practice later in the afternoon or at other convenient times during the day.

Find a quiet, comfortable place to sit and begin with at least 15 to 20 minutes of silent meditation. At the Chopra Center, we recommend Primordial Sound Meditation but you can use another form of silent meditation, if you prefer.