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Live Bold & Transform the World

As the spirit of Juneteenth stirs the unyielding spirit of the collective soul, this month we investigate the cosmic power that drives the evolutionary transformation that ripples across space and time in fulfillment of humanity’s collective soul destiny.


Burned at the stake at age 19, on 30 May 1431, by the English Catholic Church for heresy - acting against the words of God - Saint Joan of Arc, the Maiden of Orléans, answered the call of her own prophecy, inspiring King Charles VII to claim his crown, despite his rumored illegitimacy, and the French army to rise victoriously, from a state of apathy.

Immortalized as a martyr for her devoted sense of purpose and valiant sacrifice, Joan has been portrayed in countless cultural works over the past half-millennial, ranging from literature, music, paintings, sculptures, and theater. In the 1920s, she served as a powerful icon in the US Women’s Suffrage movement.

During the two-year period, from being granted her own small military force and ultimately burnt at the stake, Joan’s demonstrated courage, bravery and defiance created such a profound ripple in human consciousness to impact future ages, that her birth was undeniably destined to evolve human consciousness.

In the years leading up to Joan’s birth, a number of vague prophecies were raised into collective consciousness regarding a young virgin maiden who would rescue France. At the time of her incarnation in 1412, the Hundred Year’s War, a brutal conflict between the English and French Royal houses over the throne of France, was in its 75th year.

The longest war in recorded history, within this period of immense darkness during the Middle Ages, five generations of kings from two dynasties fought for the throne of France, the dominant kingdom in Western Europe.

The prophecy by the Arthurian sorcerer Merlin, who claimed that “France will be lost by a woman and saved by a virgin from the oak forests of Lorraine,” so perfectly fit the description of Isabeau of Bavaria’s adulterous portrayal that when the 17 year-old virgin Joan, possessed by visions, made her second attempt to meet with the Dauphin of France, his heart was more welcoming to the potential of her prophetic fulfillment.

Convinced of her testimony, where others feared heresy, despite her lack of military training, on 27 April 1429, Charles VII gave Joan an army to lead into the siege of Orléans, which ended 9 days after her arrival. Further supportive of the resonance-matching aspects of quantum reality, evidence supports that Joan had no awareness of these prophecies until after her announcement of her divine mission.


At the age of 13, Joan experienced her first vision of a saint. She continued to hear voices, identifying them as those of St. Michael the Archangel, St. Margaret of Antioch and St. Catherine of Alexandria.

These voices told her that she was destined to save France, to go on mission to find the Dauphin and have him crowned as king. After meeting with the local lord and traveling through hostile territory, Joan made it to the Dauphin.

Illiterate and with no formal education outside of taking care of animals, household duties, and religious activities, there was no indoctrinated resistance to Joan’s inner reality that compelled her through mystical experiences, allowing her to inspire the French troops in what would become a sharp turnaround to the long-lasting war.

In addition to leading her to the future king of France, when offered a sword by the Dauphin, Joan refused and shared the location of an ancient sword, described to her by spiritual guides, to be found hidden by the altar of St. Catherine’s at Fierbois. Even the priests were completely unaware of the hidden sword when it was retrieved for the future saint. In addition to her holy sword, which she never used to draw blood or engage in combat, Joan also carried a great white banner flag, blessed at the Church of Saint-Sauveur at Tours, painted upon with images depicting the Lord Jesus Christ coming into power and glory.

The English, on the other hand, who experienced defeat by the French under Joan’s leadership, were convinced that she was being guided by demonic forces. When tried by the pro-English church, Joan was accused of heresy, witchcraft and dressing like a man. Officially demonstrating the false authority of the church, which condemned the virgin heroine who displayed supernatural divine abilities in service of her country, Pope Benedict XV of the Roman Catholic canonized Joan of Arc as a saint on 16 May 1920.

Joan of Arc clearly represented a powerful threat to the church, demonstrating the spiritual power of the divine feminine, the potential for a simple peasant maiden to inspire a nation, the return of the matriarch, and clear defiance of the status quo.

Joan’s rapid transformation in self-identity, due to her immense courage, resolute conviction in her calling, fearless bravery and devoted love for her king and countrymen, allowed her to encompass powerful qualities that not only rallied armies into battle, but continue to inspire countless activists, artists and innovators through the heavy swamp of self-doubt and sense of powerlessness.


“You have been in a state of hallucination thinking that you are a mortal, struggling and suffering. Through meditation you come in contact with your Real Self and forget what you thought you were.”

– Yogananda Parmahansa

Referred to as “the Father of Yoga in the West,” Yogananda Parmahansa, born January 5, 1893 in Gorakhpur, India, arrived in the United States in September 1920, as a delegate to the International Congress of Religions, held in Boston. Living in a small room at the YMCA, Yogananda began lecturing in various Boston-area venues on his “scientific” approach to God-knowledge and on the ultimate unity of all religion, quickly attracting a large and enthusiastic following.

In 1920, Yogananda founded the Self-Realization Fellowship, with the first center established in Boston, to “disseminate among the nations a knowledge of definite scientific techniques for attaining direct personal experience of God.” By 1924, Yogananda undertook a transcontinental tour, finally landing by the end of the year in Los Angeles, to spread his message farther afield. There, he established the fellowship’s world headquarters in 1925. Various additional temples, meditation and spiritual living communities were developed across the globe by his disciples.

Yogananda emphasized the underlying unity of the world’s great religions and taught universally applicable methods for realizing the cosmic creative power. To serious students of his teachings, he taught the soul-awakening techniques of Kriya Yoga, initiating more than 100,000 men and women during his thirty years in the West.


“Kriya Yoga is no ordinary breathing exercise: It is the highest known technique of pranayama, by which you can consciously control the life force in the body and thereby attain cosmic consciousness.”

- Paramahansa Yogananda

Yogananda help disseminate to the world sovereignty and independence through the power of breath, allowing his students to disentangle themselves from the mental constructs of enslavement to false institutions by realizing their own role in the inner kingdom, the kingdom of the cosmic heart. Translated as the “Path of Action,” Kriya Yoga is a powerful and transformative system that combines meditation, breath control, and self-discipline to accelerate spiritual growth and inner awakening.

Kriya Yoga refers to the actions taken to purify the body and mind and cultivate a deeper connection with the divine. This path emphasizes the importance of self-effort and disciplined practice. Through consistent and dedicated action, one can experience profound inner transformation and self-empowerment that establishes adherences to a value system of independence, growth and collective transformation.

One can experience numerous physical, mental, and spiritual benefits through the regular practice of Kriya Yoga. Physically, it enhances vitality, strengthens the nervous system, and improves overall health and well-being. Mentally, it cultivates clarity, focus, and concentration, increasing creativity and mental sharpness. Spiritually, Kriya Yoga helps to awaken the dormant spiritual potential within and deepen one’s connection with the divine.

The human vessel is a cosmic receiver for powerful universal energies that can only be accessed through the evolutionary self-attunement process. Through the individual drive to become, collective evolution can be rapidly attained for exponential growth and transformation that spreads contagiously.



“Rather than attacking the system, liberate the souls that uphold it.”

– अमृत

The role of many of the world’s saints has been to beacon messages of love, compassion, perseverance, and independence from the oppressive institutions that seek to divide and conquer, poison and dis-empower, control and humiliate, by demonstrating the cosmic force that is accessible to us all when we are aligned with the inner power that compels our thoughts, perceptions, decisions and actions into the light of our soul’s salvation.

Rather than deconstructing the old, inner transformations within the heart of darkness gradually ripple outwards, like cancer, inspiring a cascade of changes that support the flow of power to areas diseased by the weaknesses of spiritual ignorance, self-enslavement and self-persecution.

By establishing a value system that boldly promotes the adherence to the ancient lineages of spiritual wisdom, we can collectively serve the sovereignty and sanctity of all life, to establish a foundation for future generations to continue to unravel the brilliance of their souls in service of our collective evolution and growth. The Waldorf education, based on the educational philosophy of Rudolph Steiner, the founder of anthroposophy, employs a holistic educational style that intends to develop a pupil’s intellectual, artistic, and practical skills, with a focus on imagination and creativity.

Initially established in Stuttgart, Germany in 1919, it is now the largest independent school movement in the world, with more than 1,200 independent schools and nearly 2,000 kindergartens in 75 countries, as well as over 500 centers for special education in more than 40 countries.

An Austrian occultist, social reformer, esotericist and mystic, many of Rudolph Steiner’s ideas influenced the pedagogy of the original Waldorf school and still play a central role in modern Waldorf classrooms: reincarnation, karma, the existence of spiritual beings, the idea that children are themselves spiritual beings, and eurythmy.

Imagine a world where children are free to believe in their visions and guidance, where mental illness is not a label for those with a unique purpose upon this Earth. As we investigate the accomplishments of mystics, saints, yogis and spiritual activists to radically transform the limitations of human consciousness, perhaps we shall converse more openly regarding the future of our children’s health and the potential for a liberated world where our senses are free to compel us into a more empowered and harmonious state of existence.


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