Defeating the Pandemic

and Slowing the Aging Process at the Same Time

Many people’s concerns these days are centered on overcoming the pandemic, followed by slowing down the aging process, achieving dazzling bright health, and oozing love-happiness in plenty.

And, interestingly, the answers to these problems are freely available — and have been for centuries — but are actively hidden by vested interests, who approach such challenges from the outside-in rather than from the inside-out, as Nature does.

But what’s more astonishing is that ancient texts have praised this freely available miracle for millennia, as in: ‘know the still little voice within,’ and the immortal five thousand-year-old Bhagavad-Gita says: ch 2 vs 45 “Be without the three gunas” (more on this later).

So, for centuries, we’ve been staring at the secret of disease-free health, overflowing love, brilliant happiness, and age-less consciousness.

But, however, simply reading these life-changing scriptures isn’t enough. In other words, as we will see, having direct experience of this Potent Elixir in its purest form — as intended by the ancient sages — necessitates a level of real personal involvement.

So, please bear with me as we decipher the true significance of these hidden tenets that disclose the ageless secret of how we can achieve remarkable health advantages in our own lives, at any age, right now!

Let us put the common denominator of both scriptures in context: the methods of contact.

As an example, turning off really loud music would result in us sitting in a silent room. Conversely, switching off from stressful thoughts or compulsive ‘thinking about’, would leave us silent in mind.

So, what’s the difference?
The difference is that two silences occur at the same time, but they are not identical in nature. One is ‘absolute or pure transcendental quiet,’ while the other is’relative silence,’ which is perceived through the lack of external sounds: one quiet is absence of inner noise, while the other is lack of outside noise, or one silence is transcendental (cellular bodily health/non-aging), while the other is relative silence.

But, in the silences, how can we know the difference?
To put it another way, what characterizes the silence that surrounds mental dialogue in the quiet room? How can we know if we’re listening to a quieter form of our lower-ego chatter and mistaking silence for the still tiny (transcendent) voice?

As a result, while spiritually asleep, the mind lacks the capacity and comprehension for pure quiet.

Intellect vs. Mind
The conscious mind, whose duty is to ‘think,’ comes first, followed by human intelligence, the faculty that decides: makes decisions based on what the conscious mind generates or thinks.

During the lower-self or carnality stage of spiritual ignorance, the conscious mind thinks over previous or inherited conditioning and experiences, and the human intellect deduces conclusions based on that churned up programming.

Resolute Intellect from irresolute
When our meditation practice has progressed enough, the spiritual or transcendent intellect begins to form and mature, a dynamic that eventually takes over all of our decision-making, when irresolute intellect becomes Resolute intellect.

The lower ego personality is as follows while the change from lower-self functioning to experience higher Self is taking place.

Expansion and Integration of the Mind

Thus, in order to directly perceive the Transcendent, the mind must expand beyond relative stillness, for this is when transcendental quiet is infused into the very nature of the mind, and this is how the mind is disciplined from wandering into meaningless energy-sapping thoughts.

Thoughts naturally surface into awareness during meditation for integration. These ideas are the footprints of our lives.

Mind-Silence Acclimatization

If the conscious mind and nerve system have not been trained to tolerate pure quietness, pure bliss, then ego-nuanced happiness or muck thoughts will often come to the fore, polluting the key channel-means of experiencing God directly. As the mind-nervous system surrenders naturally to mental quiet, the mind transcends this realm of opposites – good-bad, love-hate, like-dislike.


When realized, all-knowing consciousness is our Real True Self: the authentic Still Voice experienced as all-pervasive silence-quiet as distinct from the outward chaotic world of activity — the calm that is never stirred by emotional storms on life’s lake.

The term’small’ voice is used to distinguish it from the expansive lower-self programming that, via ignorance, overpowers and imprisons.

The key to a lifetime of happiness
“To him who has, more shall be given; to him who has least, even that must he lose,” says a wonderful text. At first glance, this appears to be a blatantly unjust situation. However, upon further consideration, it reveals a cosmic law: by expressing our current degree of health-happiness, we obtain more health-happiness, whereas she/he who does not communicate their current level of health-happiness receives less health-happiness.

To put it another way, “use it or lose it.”
As a result, the most effective strategy to retain vigorous health and youthful consciousness is to express love, peace, and thankfulness in every scenario. When our awareness eventually BECOMES “the still transcendent voice,” BECOMES “love and health-happiness,” BECOMES “the embodiment of transcendence timeless stillness and eternal well-being,” When all of our actions are carried out naturally by Immutable Being, You,

Transmutation of the Great

The conscious mind and five active senses coalesce into point awareness – the still little voice – during meditation. The mind begins to preserve this pure point-silence with consistent daily practice, a convergence that eventually leads to permanent bliss-consciousness, the nectar of all meditation.

Even if words come to mind during meditation, the activity is primarily about carnal mind unification rather than any type of voice-listening.

The inner serenity and self-healing happiness we’ve all been seeking since birth can be found in absolute stillness, which can be readily attained by transcending daily.

When spontaneous Silence reflects permanently as eternal present moment consciousness, meditation is about developing intellectual and transcendental consciousness stability at the same time.

Because ‘Transcendent Silence’ is outside the human mind’s, intellect’s, and senses’ range of frequency, may I offer the following technique of transcending into pure silence?

Take a seat and softly say the ancient mantra Aum or Om. After each recital, extend the Aum vibration for 5/6 seconds, then pause for 5/6 seconds. Continue this recite-pause pattern for at least ten minutes each day, gradually increasing to twenty minutes after a few days, then twice daily after that. This daily practice technique depicts the Bhagavad-Gita phrase “be without the three gunas,” which means transcending the rules of nature, which are Sattva, Rajas, and Tamas, and being free of their effect on a daily basis in meditation.

As a matter of course, the enormous transition from lower-ego-voice to pure Transcendent Silence occurs gradually. When disease-free, ageless mind is felt as apart from outer action or as Heaven within.


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