Take You Beyond Enlightenment,
Eliminating All Suffering
The Mystic 7 Principles, based on the seven Source Experiences are used to hold the state of awareness necessary to abide in the Enlightened Mind. While each of these principles make perfect sense when you read them, they are not so evident in our daily lives. We have provided a list of "Stop Signs," which are words and phrases that indicate when you are not thinking in Ultimate Awareness. Consistent practice with these "Stop Signs" will help you to hold an expanded awareness more conducive for Truth.
On the following pages we have provided:
Samadhi: The Absolute Silence of The Mind
Source Experiences: Direct personal Experiences as The Source
Self-Inquiry: The constant practice of Source Principles to dismantle the Delusional Perception
Abiding In The Enlightened Mind cannot be learned, it must be Experienced; and an environment conducive to Truth must be cultivated to live in an Awakened state. New habits of thinking have to be practiced consistently, or the experience will be forgotten, and conventional "reality" will preside.
The Mystic 7 Experience/Principles are the inspired Experiences that David Browning had during his awakening process, and have been mentioned in many mystical writings, including the Ashtavakra Gita, Vasistha's Yoga, Osho's works, Zen works, Hindu texts, and Buddhist texts. To some extent they also exist in the mystical Christian sacred writings as well, if you look deep enough.