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  1. Introduction to Maha Khala

    Introduction to Maha Khala
  2. The Six Stages of Maha Khala
  3. Stage One of Maha Khala
    Beyond Thinking
  4. Stage One - Self Reflection
  5. Stage One - Step One Practice
  6. Stage One - Step Two Practice
  7. Stage One - Step Three Practice
  8. Summary of Stage One
  9. Stage One - Self Practice
  10. Stage One - Self Assessment
  11. Stage Two of Maha Khala
    Beyond Choosing
  12. Stage Two - Self Reflection
  13. Stage Two - Step One Practice
  14. Stage Two - Step Two Practice
  15. Stage Two - Step Three Practice
  16. Summary of Stage Two
  17. Stage Two - Self Practice
  18. Stage Two - Self Assessment
  19. Stage Three of Maha Khala
    Beyond Passion
  20. Stage Three - Self Reflection
  21. Stage Three Process
  22. Summary of Stage Three
  23. Stage Three - Self Practice
  24. Stage Three - Self Assessment
  25. Stage Four of Maha Khala
    Beyond Identity
  26. Stage Four - Self Reflection
  27. Stage Four Process
  28. Summary of Stage Four
  29. Stage Four - Self Practice
  30. Stage Four - Self Assessment
  31. Stage Five of Maha Khala
    Beyond Ego
  32. Stage Five - Self Reflection
  33. Stage Five Process
  34. Summary of Stage Five
  35. Stage Five - Self Practice
  36. Stage Five - Self Assessment
  37. Stage Six of Maha Khala
    Become the Void
  38. Stage Six - Self Reflection
  39. Stage Six Process
  40. Summary of Stage Six
  41. Stage Six - Self Practice
  42. Stage Six - Self Assessment
  43. 21 Days of Maha Khala
    21 Days of Maha Khala
  44. 21 Days of Maha Khala - Self Assessment
  45. The Maha Khala 5x5 Challenge
    The Maha Khala 5x5 Challenge
  46. 5X5 - 3 Day Maha Khala Challenge
  47. 5X5 - 3 Day Self Assessment
  48. 5X5 - 7 Day Challenge
  49. 5X5 - 7 Day Self Assessment
  50. 5X5 - 21 Day Maha Khala Challenge
  51. 5X5 - 21 Day Self Assessment
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Stage Six – Self Practice


Your consciousness is that fragment of the Universal Consciousness that thinks it is you!

You know it as your soul. And we know the Universal Consciousness as the highest God. The God that was there before the creation of the universe. And the God that will be there, after.

Universal Consciousness can be compared to an infinite void of unlimited potential. A space in which an entire universe can manifest. As such, reality can be considered a dream of Universal Consciousness. God’s dream. Just as our consciousness divides into everything in our dream, Universal Consciousness divides into everything that exists within the universe. It divides into all the soul’s that bring every sentient being in the universe to life.

The highest God is also known as The Great Void. And within it exists The Great Unity, everything as one entity. Souls can be described as mini-voids, fragments of The Great Void. The soul is a holy chalice that can host the world it perceives from below, or the Almighty from above. What do you allow to fill your void?

What is a dream to the Great Void, the Universal Dreamer, is reality to the souls. For without the dream, the mini-voids would not exist. There would simply be The Great Void. Souls are begotten from THE GREAT VOID, and are therefore immortal. They do, however dissolve back into The Great Void at the end of time. Like a wave disappears back into the ocean.

Everything in our perceived reality is part of something greater. All matter in the physical realm is part of a larger body known as the Universe. Your physical body belongs to the Universe. It is not yours to keep. It will return to the dust from where it came. All your knowledge and intelligence is part of a Cosmic Mental Being, described in religion as the Creator, or Father. All emotions and feelings are part of a Cosmic Emotional Being, described in religions as the Sustainer or Holy Mother and also as the Holy Spirit. Nothing exists in isolation. Everything is part of something greater. Your body belongs to something greater, as does your mind and so too your heart. You get to use them, but they are never yours to keep. You are the mini-void. Immortal. Everything else comes to pass.

Caught up in our trance called life, we have little awareness of these Greater Entities. When The Great Void sees Itself reflected in the universal dream, a Universal Ego is established. Just like there is a dream you, in your dream world, there is a dream God, in the dream universe. In Sankrit this Universal Entity, that contains the three Cosmic Beings, and that is therefore everything, is known as Ekah, The One. The One that is everything. Omnipresent, Omniscient and Omnipotent. All physical matter and physical forces, all knowledge and intelligence, and all feelings and emotions belong to Ekah. The Bible refers to Ekah as the Almighty God, Yahweh. Also as Allah. Hindu’s refer to this God as Brahma. Ekah represents the True Great Unity of all opposites and has no gender. But Ekah can be considered mortal, because even this Universal Entity comes and goes, as the universe comes and goes, and all that remains is The Great Void – Universal Consciousness.

The void of your consciousness can be filled by aspects of your world-perception, in the present moment. Or it can be filled from below with imagination, or reasoning, or memory. Or it can be filled from above, by something Divine. When it is filled from above, you can know reality directly. Then you are not limited to the senses, or your body of knowledge or your own logic. When your void is filled from above you could consider it a supernatural occurrence, because it comes from a higher level of unity. It is known as Samadhi. But to experience something from above, your consciousness needs to be hollow and empty. Not filled by the mind or the intellect or the heart. It requires a longing for the Divine. Through this void of your soul, you can reconnect to the Great Void, and to the love, intelligence and force of Ekah.

When you become re-connected to the Great Void, all feelings of being alone, not being good enough, or not having a purpose, disappear. Through this connection you are made whole again.

My personal experience of this Divine Connection, is that God is present when I am not. And God is absent when I am present. The two never predominate my consciousness at the same time.

When I dissolve my awareness into the larger reality, I experience myself as God, and God as myself. There is no two. Everything is one. But when I am there, as the ego, my dream self, I find myself back in duality, and then there is me and the world as two separate things. Me and God as two separate entities. While I am still there, I cannot experience the oneness of all, because my separate identity precludes it.

We can tap into universal intelligence by being hollow and empty in the present moment. We can tap into universal love by being selfless. By just being the void, the witness.

Reality is beyond the reach of our senses. Our mind reflects only a small fraction of it. A small part of the physical world, limited to our interests, passions and identity. To connect to the universal reality, I first have to connect to my own soul, to the void that is my own consciousness. The consciousness of my soul that includes both the conscious and unconscious aspects of my awareness.

Have you ever asked yourself: Who is it that is watching the “you” in the dream? Who is it that observes the actions of the dream you, in the dream world? That is the real you. The dream “you” watches others, and the real “you” watches the dream “you”.”

The 7 Day Self Practice

The objective of the 7 Day self practice is to foster a deepening of the Maha Khala Stage One Practice. Through this self work you will be able to assess whether you need a refresher on the processes or be confident in knowing that you’re ready to move forward.

Practice Maha Khala daily and apply the below guidelines of observing the effects of Maha Khala in your life’s activities.

What to Observe?

Day 1 : Have you noticed if you feel alone in a crowd or integrated?

Day 2 : Did you feel connected to everyone and every situation today?

Day 3 : What triggered a feeling of isolation and/or loneliness?

Day 4 : Did you feel like you were living your true purpose today?

Day 5 : Was Maha Khala easy to practice with little to no effort?

Day 6 : Were you able to be in total acceptance of everything today?

Day 7 : Have you noticed a shift in your levels of being and your state of happiness?

When embarking on the Maha Khala Quest, we recommend you keep a journal for your practices.

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