This is my first post as Guru6.  The idea for this sight came to me after meditating and focusing on ways to share this kind of information with the public.  It seems like people are hungry or at least curious about new ideas that may help explain the reasons for why the world is in such a state of uncertainty. Science and technology are helping to peal back the vail of mystery, providing evidence of our past  and present challenging or dismissing concepts that we’ve been taught in our homes schools and churches.

During my morning meditation today,  I was able to clear my thoughts for a few minuets. The first vision that entered my mind was the image I should use for this blog followed by what book in my resources would give the right inspiration for what I want to say. The image is a beautiful path and the book is “Discover the Power Within You” by Eric Butterworth.  I was introduce to this book by a spiritual group I meet with once a week.  The perspective Eric Butterworth gives on Christianity is enough to change your life. Butterworth expresses the importance of meditation and prayer.  Parmahansa Yogananda  said when you meditate your listening for God and when you pray your speaking to God. I think the main idea is to except that we need help and the only way we can get it is  by getting out of our own way.

In the prologue of “Discover the Power within You,” I read a very fascinating concept. “According to an old Hindu legend there was a time when all men were gods, but they so abused their divinity that Brahma, the chief god, decided to take it away from men and hide it where they would never again find it. Where to hide it became the big question. When lesser gods were called in council to consider a hiding place.  They offered suggestions like, in the deepest ocean, on the highest mountain, deep in the earth. The Brahma said,  “Man will eventually have the ability to search all of these places.” The lesser gods eventually gave up on where to hide man’s divinity where it couldn’t be found. Then the Brahma said, “We will hide it deep down in man himself, for he will never think to look for it there.”  Two thousand years ago a man named Jesus found it and shared its secret: but in the movement that sprang up in His name, the Divinity has been the best kept secret of the ages.”