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Refinement of Consciousness

Lecture by Dr.Vladimir Antonov
Translated by Dr.Mikhail Nikolenko and Christian Lirette

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There are several ways of mastering the subtlety of consciousness.

Among them there is a quite common, natural way — sexual love (however, it must not be sex with just anybody but only with the representatives of the corresponding guna, that is with people of the same level of spiritual advancement; the “mixture of gunas” is not approved by God).

Another way is to develop in oneself tender love-care for children.

Let us note that Jesus Christ paid much attention to this. For example, in the New Testament there are the following commandments:

“I give you a new commandment, that you love one another!”

“Beloved, let us love one another, for love is of God, and everyone who loves has been born of God, and knows God. The one who does not love has not known God, for God is Love!”.

... Let me emphasize that in the sexual aspect of human relationships, it is the emotions of tenderness, caress, care for the partner that are valuable.

One can receive much help in this work from communion with the tender beauty of living nature, especially in the early morning or in the evening, at sunset.

We have to learn to love sincerely all the best in the Creation, and then — to love the entire Creation as a whole! Only then can we gain the ability to fall in love with the Creator!...

Duration: 12 min.

This is an excerpt from the film Bhakti Yoga (one can download it for free or buy on DVD).