Psychic Vision is a radio talk show discussing differences between psychic vision from Spiritual vision.
Hostess Lisa Winton and Swami Jayananda will talk about seeing and visions along with the various differences that are possible. In this show they will classify psychic vision as awareness of mortal sense and Spiritual vision as awareness of immortal sense. What most of us call love is really fear. Listen as they explain the distinctions between fear and Love. Welcome to the Voice of Yoga; we are talking consciousness! Join the Kriya Yoga Spiritual Advance to get the light in your soul and experience unconditioned Love.
- Divine law doesn’t function against us as evil, nor does it function for us as good– that would be the law of karma. Divine law can only function as us in perfect harmony with Itself.
- To understand Divine Science it is important to be clear about the meaning of the words being used to equate them with direct experiences. In this model we are going to make a clear distinction between the word psychic from the word Spiritual.
- A psychic vision is one that has appearance in time and space. It is merely a thought about a thought and because the appearance is in time and space it is a “Mortal thought.” Again in this model all finite appearances are mortal thoughts made visible and are unreal. A psychic vision can be put in finite terms.
- A Spiritual vision is one that has no appearance or limits and is eternal. Spirit speaks in absolute terms and cannot be divided into rational terms. Spirit is whole, perfect, unchanging, invisible and intangible to mortal sense.
- What most of us call love is really attachment to material sense; which isn’t Love at all. It was a bit of a shock to discover the material world to be a false sense of existence. Fear is the only defense mechanism for false sense because false sense is not self-existent it relies on belief to survive. Love is Life eternal without beginning or end; there is no fear in Love.
- Fear is a belief in something other than the One Divine Life.