A both Vedic and Christic approach to spirituality

Whether we conceive Them as personal or impersonal,
whether we call Them God, the Creator, the Father, Allah, Krishna or Pure Consciousness,
the Absolute is the same Eternal Silence, the same unbounded ocean of infinite Peace, Love, Bliss and Knowingness.

I am particularly connected to the forms of Jesus, whom I met in Heaven after merging with the Absolute during an out of body experience, and Shiva who blessed me by dancing in front of me each time I closed my eyes to meditate for a month after I started teaching the very meditation technique Jesus used to teach 2000 years ago and he suggested I called Shaktilence meditation.

Of course, Shiva is just another name for the Father plus Jesus and Shiva are one, like two facets of the same polyhedron, as explained in the mistranslated Bible verse John 3:16 which really means Jesus is the son who is one with God, e.g. an avatar – a divine incarnation – among others, Krishna being another one (Bhagavad Gita 4:7). The Greek word used in the Bible is μονογενῆ (monogenē) which can both mean "one and only" and "one and the same". It was mistranslated for lack of spiritual understanding 😉

Spiritual seekers from all traditions are welcome.

If you're a traditional Christian and hearing about Shiva or the Veda repels you, please remember John 3:16 then read my story

Empowerments to Shakti channeling

I give a Shakti channeling class which allows students to channel Shakti (spiritual energy) to themselves or to a recipient in order to promote relaxation and spiritual growth. I currently give this class in Lourdes, France and I only do the spoken part, Jesus and / or Shiva, your choice, doing the spiritual part e.g. giving empowerments upon my request – this is the true meaning of Matthew 21:22 and John 14:13. Please get in touch if you'd like to take this class.

Students must not claim healing anything since Jesus made it clear his teachings are meant to increase inner peace (John 14:27; Luke 6:47-49) and to receive the Holy Spirit (Luke 11:5-13). In the same way, Vedic teachings are not meant to improve health but to reach spiritual awakening, called baptism in the Holy Spirit in the Christic approach.

Baptism in water is different from baptism in fire also called baptism in the Holy Spirit in the Christic approach and mukti or spiritual awakening in the Veda. The former is given upon request whereas the latter is a grace from God which can be requested but is only granted as a fruit of spiritual work; it is the most important fruit by which Jesus told us we would recognize good teachers from false prophets (Matthew 7:15-20) but it may take decades to achieve for certain students. I will add that, as opposed to what many sadhaks (spiritual seekers) think, spiritual awakening is the end of identification with suffering but not yet the end of suffering itself. Relaxation and a certain sense of peace is the other fruit by which false prophets can be ruled out; it is less important since only baptism in the Holy Spirit grants access to the Kingdom of God, e.g. Eternal Peace – or the seven upper lokas described by the Veda and to which Jesus refers with a metaphor: "In My Father’s house are many mansions" (John 14:2) – but immediate peace can be felt on a regular basis, more than 80% of my students being able to feel it each time they land hands on themselves ; this is why peace / relaxation is the most important fruit to recognize teachers who really are supported by God... some of which are of course not Christians while some Christian preachers really are false prophets who fail to allow their followers to experience peace on a daily basis, let alone enter the Kingdom of Heaven (Matthew 23:13), and to whom Jesus said: "Not everyone who says to me, 'Lord, Lord' will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. Many will say to me on that day, 'Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name and in your name drive out demons and in your name perform many miracles?' Then I will tell them plainly, 'I never knew you. Away from me, you evildoers!'" (Matthew 7:21-23). Just so you know, I only encountered four practicing Christians who received baptism in the Holy Spirit hence were really saved, and that is among all the people that I not only rubbed shoulders with but also all the priests, monks, nuns and even pilgrims that I saw, even if only for a few seconds, in Lourdes, France, where I live. This is how many really saved Christians I had the joy of laying my eyes upon – and although this is implied in what I just wrote, I will state the obvious since I know how entitled, indoctrinated and metaphorically hard of hearing host eaters can be since, of the four most popular Christian forums, three banned me for confronting their beliefs and one censored me by hiding my posts so its member could not see them. Therefore, as much as I hate to say this, I want to make it clear that a glance is enough for me to know whether or not someone is saved plus I know from their stubborn attitude that all the Christians I discussed with on Internet forums and social networks up to 26 June 2022 are not saved – "Whoever belongs to God hears what God says. The reason you do not hear is that you do not belong to God." (John 8:47) – so if you're a practicing Christian and you're serious about reaching Eternal Peace, I suggest you read Matthew 23:13 again and again until you understand it addresses all current Christian preachers and institutions since:

        ► they are not telling the truth about Jesus' teachings

        ► they are concealing the yet obvious fact that Paul is a fraud

        ► even more importantly, they fail to allow their followers to experience peace on a regular basis (evangelists and a number of other Christians who pray out loud do feel a certain peace but it is caused by the way they pray which acts as hypnotical suggestions. This hypnosis related peace doesn't come from God and hinders spiritual growth. An infallible way to prove this is to ask those people to pray in silence and check their prayers then fail to give a sense of peace or relaxation).

When you realize all practicing Christians have been misled for 2000 years, I suggest you let your friends know about what I am offering here... only if you care about them finding true peace, that is...

Shaktilence meditation: an effortless but deep meditation technique

Shaktilence meditation is an effortless but deep meditation technique based on the flow of Shakti within the subtle bodies. It is this flow of spiritual energy, which requires specific empowerments, which effortlessly takes us into a state of deep meditation.

Jesus used to teach Shaktilence meditation to his disciples, as subtly suggested in the Bible: "The lamp of the body is the eye: if therefore your eyes be single, your whole body shall be full of light" (Matthew 6:22 and, similarly, Luke 11:34).

All English translations of those verses available on are slightly incorrect; the above sentence is how Jesus really meant it.

Bible verse Psalm 62:5 also refers to meditation in the oriental meaning of the word: "My soul, wait thou in silence for God only", as does Psalm 46:10: "Be still, and know that I am God". Psalm 46:10 of course refers to an inner stillness which goes along with inner peace and which Shaktilence meditation allows us to effortlessly experience with more and more depth as our vibrations raise.

Shaktilence meditation is however referred to in the Bhagavad Gita, written 5000 years ago, in which Lord Krishna advises his disciple Arjuna to "stay out of the three worldy qualities" (Bhagavad Gita 2:45). This means "Turn the senses inward" e.g. "Practice deep meditation".

I offer the Shaktilence meditation class 4 kilometers (3 miles) from Lourdes, France, where there is plenty of accommodation since it became a famous pilgrimage place after Mother Mary appeared 18 times to Saint Bernadette in 1868. This class is only meant for students who have been empowered to Shakti channeling and who have been practicing for at least three months, even if only on themselves. It only requires two lessons of about one hour spread over five days to learn Shaktilence meditation and taking the class once is enough for students to then practice Shaktilence meditation effortlessly on their own.

When I was in Brazil, one of my students recorded without my consent a meditation class I was giving then she handed the recording to spiritually dishonnest people who tried to teach it to large groups of students but failed to give the proper empowerments because God, Whom they claimed to be serving, didn't allow them to do so. Those fake teachers without any sense of integrity hence made it seem like Shaktilence meditation is inefficient, thus committing a serious spiritual offense – not to mention a very stupid thing for no one reaches Eternal Peace by stealing (check out Matthew 7:21-23). I therefore urge all my students not to stoop so low but to refer potential students to me, all the more as I genuinely teach for free.

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