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Old 11-08-2019, 06:59 PM
JohnHermes JohnHermes is offline
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Raja Yoga - Some Of The Most Powerful Affirmations

William Walker Atkinson has done extensive work in the esoteric community. His raja yoga affirmations are amazing. He's done work with the kybalion and tons of psychic/esoteric mystical practices. Each chapter or section contains mantra's at the end.

Here are a few:

The "I"

"I" am a Centre. Around me revolves my world. "I" am a Centre of Influence and Power.

"I" am a Centre of Thought and Consciousness. "I" am Independent of the Body.

"I" am Immortal and cannot be Destroyed. "I" am Invincible and cannot be Injured.


"I" am an entity—my mind is my instrument of expression.

"I" exist independent of my mind, and am not dependent upon it for existence or being.

"I" am Master of my mind, not its slave.

"I" can set aside my sensations, emotions, passions, desires, intellectual faculties, and all the rest of my mental collection of tools, as "not I" things—and still there remains something—and that something is "I," which cannot be set aside by me, for it is my very self; my only self; my real self—"I." That which remains after all that may be set aside is set aside is the "I''—Myself—eternal, constant, unchangeable.
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Old 11-08-2019, 10:05 PM
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Thanks, JohnHermes. William Walker Atkinson (1862-1932) was a very interesting character. He was a successful attorney who became interested in New Thought and Yoga. He wrote many books and articles under his own name and also using various pseudonyms. The books by Yogi Ramacharaka and Swami Panchadasi are attributed to him, and he is also regarded as one of the authors of The Kybalion, supposedly written by Three Initiates. His books (under the names of various authors) are available as free e-books at Project Gutenberg and the Internet Archive.

Peace.
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Old 25-08-2019, 08:11 PM
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Really such a nice Post
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Old 23-09-2019, 11:59 PM
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Powerful Affirmations

There are indeed potent.
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