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Keys to Super Space
Release 1.33
by Roland Campos
Om Aphorisms came into being over approximately a twenty-year period. It is a
distillation of what is now called the Ultimate Horizon Insights intensive. And in
turn the Ultimate Horizon Insights intensive is the quintessence of the author's
Recognition of the Transcendental Self. The first versions of the Ultimate Horizon
Insights intensive came into being in the late seventies. At that time it was known
as the Shortcut to Enlightenment. Later it was renamed the
Actualize Enlightenment Consultation. Whereas the Ultimate Horizon Insights
intensive predominately presents the subject matter in an interrogative form,
Om Aphorisms presents it in an expository form. The intensive draws out
understanding from the inquirer, while Om Aphorisms invites the inquirer to
contemplate key understandings that will lead hir1 to the Recognition of hir
Transcendental Self in the style of the ancient Upanishads.
The inquiry that led to the creation of this material was concerned with
considering only the key abstract understandings that facilitated revelation of the
Transcendental Self. These understandings were sifted of cultural colorations
that, as colorful as they may be, have more to do with a historical time and place
than with the timeless understanding of the Transcendental Self. Also, this
approach is not in the least interested in having the inquirer take on new beliefs.
Rather, the spirit of inquiry represented here seeks to discover what is already
there, the beliefs already in place, and then what is prior to them. Inquiry into the
Transcendental Self attempts to discover the ultimate foundation or root of all
Unfortunately the subject matter requires the use of such words as
"enlightenment" and "transcendental." The author finds these words awkward
because they are too long, hard to vocalize, and have too many irrelevant
connotations. But for lack of better words he uses them.
Prior to delving into the aphorisms, or for that matter any work of deep self-
inquiry, the author recommends that the reader practice two exercises. One
exercise involves the heart. It consists of opening one's heart so as to allow a
feeling of great love and caring to emerge. Once the reader tunes into this love
current, s/he should hold all beings, including hirself, and all things big and small
(all of creation) in this aura of love. S/he is encouraged to feel this love healing,
supporting, and honoring all beings and things. The purpose of this exercise is to
activate a personal space of love. The other exercise consists of engaging in the