Abbah, Asha and Attunement
Serve as an instrument
to establish a worldview and a way of behaviour
that is supportive to the shift of the identification from Soul to Heart
Humanitarian considerations such as expressed in the Nâm Manifesto alone,
are not sufficient for re-establishing the certainty of the Heart position.
The manifesto should be placed within the context of the Triple A
for it to become an instrument of transformation.
Abbah is not a name because there is nothing that can be named.
Abbah is a sound, indicating a Oneness that cannot be known.
Abbah embraces all, including our ability of knowing.
Like the eye cannot see itself, the essence of knowing cannot be known.
Abbah is the essence of every cell, every instant.
It is the life of living in its widest and deepest sense.
Abbah cannot be named, described or indicated
It is the very essence of what you are.
Asha indicates the way in which Abbah becomes visible and knowable in experience.
Experience is called the Face of Abbah but the face is not Abbah
It is by means of the face that Abbah can be recognised.
Because of the Oneness that is expressed as Abbah
All our actions, thoughts, feelings, desires, opinions and beliefs resonate in all that is
By means of this resonance we create the world in which we live.
Resonance that finds its origin in a Soul identification will carry all its temporary limitations.
Resonance that is rooted in Heart will generate the corresponding bliss and Well-Being of that state naturally.
Attunement of behaviour to Asha and Abbah is the true spiritual endeavour.
The Yoga that is based on Nâm presents a number of attuning instruments
supportive for the establishment of Nâm through identification in Heart.