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Altair Shyam will do a live meditation “Subtle Mind and Body of Light” at 13:00 GMT, Sunday 16 December, or 1:00 PM London (5:00 AM in Los Angeles and 8:00 AM in New York, 22:00 PM in Tokyo and midnight in Sydney) on Facebook Live Stream. 

To begin, Altair will share the process of surrender to the light body or letting go of the physical body and entering into emptiness, which is the wisdom of realizing there is no beginning and no end.

What does it mean to go beyond all we know?
Why, when we touch the Divine, the eternal space of love, does it often appear to us as Christ or Mary Magdalene, the Buddha or Guan Yin or other energy forms?
Together we will enter the wisdom of the energies of the subtle wind and the subtle mind to explore this together.
On our path we breathe compassion to access this subtle wind and mind and all that is One with it, awaken Awareness, and allow it to bless us all, again and again.

That is why the Christ and Mary Magdalene, Buddha and Guan Yin, the Archangels and the Bodhisattvas, appear to us as a body of Light.
You are seeing your wisdom, the wisdom of the One Shared Heart, awaken and appear in the form of Shiva or Guan Yin, Tara or St. Francis of Assisi or other light beings.

The subtle mind manifests in our dreams. We don’t use the gross mind. How do we know that? We don’t use our eyes, ears nose, touch or taste to experience but we can see, hear and feel in our dreams through the subtle mind. It proves that the mind can exist without this body. Dreams, like meditation, can be very powerful tools for awareness of that which is beyond. You can feel sensations like joy, and also fear. If you die, as I did in my dream, every night, for 365 days in a row, you can feel it as if it were real.

The subtle mind arises in these last stages of sleep, in the last one to two hours, around 4 am. That is one reason why the Dalai Lama meditates so early in the morning. To contact the subtle mind.

Look at a day in the life of both a Thai monk and His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
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Here is what a typical day looks like for a Thai Buddhist monk:
4:00 a.m.: Wake up, 1 hour of meditation, and 1 hour of chanting
6:00 a.m.: Walk around the neighborhood while locals make merit by offering food
8:00 a.m.: Sit for breakfast and peace offering with other monks
12:00 p.m. (before): Take a light lunch (last solid meal of the day)
1:00 p.m.: Classes in Buddhist teaching begin
6:00 p.m.: A 2 hour session of prayer and meditation begins.
8:00 p.m.: The monks retire to do their homework.

Here is His Holiness the Dalai Lama. When he is home at in Dharmasala, here is what the Dalai Lama’s daily schedule will look like:
3:00 a.m.: Wakes up, shower, begin prayer and meditation for 2 hours
5:00 a.m.: Takes a short walk
5:30 a.m.: Breakfast (listens to BBC radio)
6:00 a.m: Continues daily routine of prayer and meditation for the next 3 hours
9:00 a.m.: Studies Buddhist texts
11:30 a.m.: Lunch is served (last meal of the day)
12:30 p.m.: Visits his office for meetings with monks, staff, and media. Will also hold general audiences during this time. Typically lasts until 3:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.: Has tea, and begins evening prayer and meditation session
7:00 p.m: Retires for the evening


Altair will share some of his stories, as well as the importance of faith and confidence in your practice and your own path with heart, and tips to help you in those days when events seem to make practice and your path more of a struggle than others.

Altair will also explore some of the subtle stages of consciousness in the meditation.
This meditation will explore portals of awakening through creating the awareness of Awareness consciousness within, through the power of the angelic, bodhisattva and master experience in each one of us, simply by being, and bringing deep presence and wisdom to our daily experience, moment by moment.
Just as we have an outer life now that we strongly connect to, and that we draw our outer purpose from, so we have an inner purpose, to awaken divine consciousness, and this is awakening within as we speak right now.

Experiences drawn from Altair’s new book
‘Diary of a Yogi – A Book of Awakening’ 
which has just been published,
and the new spiritual television channel, created by founder, Ruth Anderson
‘Enlightened World Network’ 
which has just launched
as well as the subtle levels of consciousness dialogues, with Kevin Schoeninger, author of
‘Clear Quiet Mind’ 


and together we will explore how to awaken the light within us, and how to awaken the subtle mind and body of light and the subtle levels of consciousness which lie within us all.

Like Yeshua and Mary Magdalene, Buddha and Avalokiteshvara Guan Yin Krishna and Babaji, and the Archangels and Bodhisattvas we are all Lights for this World.

We will then reveal through the unity of the Shared Heart the miracles we can unfold through the state of being that is the awakened divine consciousness of our subtle mind and Light Body, ever-present in the light.

Be the Christ, Krishna, Buddha, the Divine Mother Within.
We carry this flame of enlightenment within us.
Let it shine.
Let the Light in.

Gate gate pāragate pārasaṃgate bodhi swāhā

These words of Avalokiteshavara Guan Yin from the Blessed Mother’s Heart of Wisdom Sutra are guidance into the heart of the subtle wind and mind to direct realisation of the Divine I AM Presence.

Love and Blessings
Altair and Mother 💙 🌿 🌺 🌿 💜


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