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The Mind & Heart of God


by Raymond Reichman-Israelsohn

A lamp that does not flicker in a windless place,

To such is compared a yogi of subdued thought

Practising Union with the Self

Bhagavad Gita (Maharishi Translation)

The Yoga of Maditation (Dhyana Yoga)

Chapter VI,Verse 19

From Chapter Five | Spirit and Soul

God and Man

So we have Creation, in the Mind of God and in His Body - and nowhere else, because there is no anywhere else. Then Creation is consciousness, finite and infinite simultaneously, and is simultaneously the life force, spirit, infinite energy… Within such understanding, life force, spirit, infinite energy would be simply the movement or interaction of pure infinite consciousness between Primal Subject and Primal Object, taking place within Primal Dimension or akasha.

Finity exists within infinity. Infinite energy is omnipotent, God’s omnipotence. It can do anything, be infinite and finite at the same time, omnipresent, and omniscient. If we are not to lose sight of this axiomatic essence and remain cognizant of truth, we need to continually remind ourselves that seeming opposites, seeming duality of subject and object and their seeming separation and finity are no more then infinity’s illusion. Created by infinity’s omnipotence for the purpose we have already reasoned. If we lose sight of this essential truth, then in that moment of loss, we begin to see our object as ‘separate’ from our subject/ego infinite Self. We begin to invest our own notional object with an unreal ‘reality.’ We eclipse our own infinite knowledge and unconditioned nature and unconditioned intellect. We render ourselves ignorant. Our unconditioned intellect becomes conditioned to a new mental paradigm of duality, separation and relativity. We see what is in reality no more than our own mental conditioning as ‘reality.’

About the Book

The Mind of God



Pregnant Infinity

Spirit and Soul


The Fall of Man and Resurrection

Jyotish and Meaning (1)

Jyotish and Meaning (2)

Jyotish and Meaning (3)



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