Lectures by
Charlie Lutes:

Lectures by

Charlie Lutes

Charles F. Lutes
Charlie Lutes

"Any meaningful understanding with regard to the relation existing between consciousness and mind has to be based on a technique of complete yoga, such as Transcendental Meditation."

                                                                                                           - Charlie Lutes


By the technique of Transcendental Meditation one can undertake the voyage of Self-discovery in the realm of one's own mind and consciousness and thereby verify for himself, by direct experience, not only the facts and truths concerning the mind, but also the universe in which one lives as well as what lies beyond the universe in the absolute.

It is all a matter of consciousness or the degree of infusion of the Being into the mind. This in turn is dependent upon how much and how fast the body is able to purify. All of creation is really vibration. The vibration is always there; only the body is not capable of responding to increased vibrations because it is too gross and hindered by stress in the nervous system. This stress must be released before the body can, with any ease, accommodate higher vibrations.

One of the facts of life is that those who have gained a modicum of power have gone out into the limelight to attract public attention, while those who have real powers seek the solitude of the forests and remain unknown.

Those who had the eyes to see and the ears to hear have been given a technique, Transcendental Meditation, which is based on direct experience. Also, we know that any meaningful understanding concerning the relationship existing between consciousness and mind has to be based on a technique of complete yoga, such as Transcendental Meditation.

That which was based on faith now becomes a reality based on direct experience. The only way one can gain complete and real knowledge of relativity is to transcend it and then know it in its entirety, being able to see it objectively, separate from ourselves. Unless one can gain such a state of completeness or a total state of mind one cannot hope to arrive at a cosmic state.

Consciousness and mind are so closely bound together in their expression that we cannot distinguish between them. However, there can be no mind without consciousness because mind arises out of consciousness. And it is only when the mind is taken to its source and released of all of its modifications that pure consciousness emerges which can then become infused and experienced. To best understand this we must realize that it is from consciousness that the mind in all of its aspects is derived.

Life as we know it is where the non-self appears separate from the Self. This situation, where the non-self loses all awareness of its real nature, the Self, enables the mortal non-self the opportunity to experience all aspects of life in a series of opposites, presented in a long series of lives in an ever increasing level of consciousness. But, at some point we must return back to the Self.

It is a long road from the Self to non-self and finally back to the Self. It is a long trip from no consciousness to cosmic consciousness; through the maze of karma until the time when the lower self surrenders to the higher Self and the soul takes command and supersedes the stars in order to take the self back home to the Self.

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