5:23 Before you do what you regret,
however slight your offense might be
—little matters can erode us—
change your mind to your better thoughts.
5:23.1 You have to be strong of might
to be a warrior of life.
For that, you have to let it go:
Your ego and security.
5:26 I have been in another state
of consciousness beyond all self:
“where” nothing is pure everything,
and power radiates in bliss.
5:26.1 This state it comes at its behest,
I cannot bring it on at will;
but this I know beyond a doubt:
I’ve had to be receptive too.
5:26.2 It comes upon me…just like that!
There I was, then here I am:
transported into purity,
bathed in light of power’s bliss.
5:27 All the world is will in process:
willing to this or willing to that;
a willing to maximum effect,
and maximum effect is its power.
5:27.1 Will is power to the effect:
the cause of everything that is;
—Even its effects are causes too—:
cause to effect, effect to cause.
5:27.2 We will this power—(“will to power”:
Nietzsche, the great sage of prophecy)—
to maximize our little life
so we can near its infinite might.
5:27.3 To Will more power to the self
Is self-defeating in the end;
for self is narrowed to its life
In stressful conflict with other lives.
5:31 Change your mind—What changes your mind?
Set your mind—What sets your mind?
Focus your mind—What focuses your mind?
Not your will, but your power to will.
6:9 Love is the meaning of the world:
it’s ordered bond of unity;
but love as meaning of the world
is not the meaning of itself.
6:9.1 To know the meaning of the world
is not within the scope of mind,
except to contemplate its pith
and to explode into its bliss.
6:14 One plus one equals one—equals love,
for you from me together at one.
Our love defies the logic of math;
thus proving love’s beyond this realm.
6:15 Identity is love in act
with everyone and everything
at the meaning of our being;
as the being of the world.
6:15.1 Love of my wife is balm to my soul;
balm to my soul is love’s caress
of my mind and my senses that make
me feel intimations of bliss.
6:19 Love as the meaning of the world
is the meaning ensouled in me
in you, in everyone, and thing:
as the shrine of eternity.
6:25 To understand what you oppose,
or shrink away from in disgust,
identify with it, him or her,
and you will grow from ignorance.
6:25.1 Justice in relation to love
is its moral equivalency;
it tempers love that blindly binds
and gives to love its humanity.
6:25.2 Love between persons is blind to right;
it binds them together for themselves;
justice is love’s catalyst
that keeps in mind our love for all.
6:25.3 Love is such that the pain you feel
is what I feel indivisibly
with you at the ground of our being
shed of individuality.
6:25.4 A person in peril of his life
is myself at the brink of death
identically bound to him,
is what impels me to save his life.
6:25.5 Such indivisibility
can be felt or intuited
only at rare moments in mind
when deep I feel at one with life.
6:25.6 When we lose the love of our lives
in death that means forever gone,
we lose the meaning of our lives
and live in death of self-concern.
6:29 To offset habits long in standing
something stronger needs to be
inculcated in the mind
from the soul of essential being.
6:29.1 Essential being is what we are
beyond all matter, form, and life;
to live essentially what we are
is to be and act in love.
6:29.2 To know that love is truly you
is to know the inward meaning
of your life and its true being
living in the eternal now.
6:30 Love is the synaptic link
between here and eternity,
between reality and meaning
where bliss is bathed in radiant light.
7:1 The more you love the closer you are
to being at one with everything,
and thereby strengthening your will
as it transmutes pain to pleasure.