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Are Astral Larvae sucking Your life force ? Wouldn't you like to be free?

Well.. you see the title? This is the question.

Are Astral Larvae sucking Your life force ? Wouldn't you like to be free?

That is the discussion. Who knows about the Archons what they do and why?

What is their secret agenda?

Have you realized that your desires -- your wants and needs might not be your own real desires?

Can one free themselves by death?

Well the trouble is we are eternal spiritual beings---


and the passing of the body -- at death-- cannot free us from the sinful desires which have imprisoned our consciousness in the first place.

Do you want to be a slave? How can one free our being for the need to gratifying the various senses.

There is an angel and a devil sitting on your shoulder.They give you either good or bad inspiration

in the circle that has been traced for you by the universal order.Now how to transcend ?

How does one protect themselves and free themselves from the shackles of the prison, the tomb of the body?

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 Tapasya---austerity. Do not give into desires for the over indulgence of sensory pleasure. There are sense and there is a certain need for basic fulfillment of certain needs, but beyond that is none of your business. One must not eat too much or eat too little-- sleep too much or sleep to little.Moderation is the key. Minimize as much as possible--

 Bhagavad Gita As it is                                        

Chapter 6: Sankhya-yoga

naty-asnatas 'tu yogo 'sti
na caikantam anasnatah
na cati-svapna-silasya
jagrato naiva carjuna
na—never; ati—too much; asnatah—of one who eats so; tu—but; yogah—linking with the Supreme; asti—there is; na—nor; ca—also; ekantam—very low; anasnatah—abstaining from eating; na—nor; ca—also; ati—too much; svapna-silasya—of one who sleeps too much; jagratah—or one who keeps night watch too much; na—not; eva—ever; ca—and; arjuna—O Arjuna.
There is no possibility of one's becoming a yogi, O Arjuna, if one eats too much, or eats too little, sleeps too much or does not sleep enough.


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