You’re on Earth to fully engage each moment . . . to then release that moment and make room for the next. This is called momentum . . . a powerful tool to save effort and energy in motion. You live life fully through momentum — no moment attaches — and without attachment, nothing stops you. What exists beyond this perspective of time and your position in space, is the consciousness discovered within this momentum. Wherever this discovery exist in reference to perception and proprioception — your location within the moment — the masters referred to this freedom by saying . . . “When it’s your time to go, nothing can stop you, and until that time, nothing can take you.”

When you live in this understanding of destiny, you have an enormous courage assisting each moment you pass through.

In this courage — when faced with the experience of death, or the death of a close relation — there’s real-time for mourning and grieving, and then that moment is over. Mourning and grieving are the severing of the physical image as the only reference — releasing the ectoplasmic threads that connect all physical images — this relationship is then replaced with its eternal identity . . . soul to soul. The attachment of unending grief insults the quality of life spent in its fullest . . . the gift that shared an experience. All life fulfills itself from this perspective of infinity, and misunderstanding this causes the sense of tragedy. What’s right here, is right now, and this works with the breath of life, which is a fulfilled moment in the momentum of forever . . . a source of memory to join the joys from life to life. Each life serves the purpose of allowing a soul-body to achieve this relation. This is the power of ‘akal-murat’ — the power of that which never dies . . . the actual relationship. You’ve learned this in your many journeys beyond the rim of the megaverse.

Our prayer is for this ‘pran-sutra’ — the song in the angels of transition — the moments beyond the universe where prana (life-force) sustains your consciousness to recall your destiny — not past lives, but the momentums beyond all physical lives . . . the momentous nature of your mastery.


Guru Singh is a world-renowned yoga instructor, author, musician, and family man. Guru Singh works with the Dalai Lama, teaches with Tony Robbins, and has recorded an album with Grammy® Award-winning artist Seal. He can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.

Check out Guru Singh’s most recent book: Buried Treasures: The Journey From Where You Are to Who You Are.

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