The wise men reminds us that the purpose of human life is to recognize the soul or consciousness within. It is not until the true nature of our being, consciousness, is revealed, which is freedom and joy, that we can start enjoying life. This was a teaching of Zarathustra, Pythagoras, Buddha, Laozi, Socrates, J. Rumi, Kabir, etc., who gave us a knowledge and method with which we can achieve this goal. It is explained in the book Blooming of Consciousness.

 “There exists a power that lies beyond visible phenomena, 
our thoughts and feelings, a force that sustains all living beings 
and permeates the whole of existence – the power of consciousness.” 

 The book Blooming of Consciousness is a feast of ideas and keen insights. In a world of hyperspeed information processing I recommend you pace your reading of it so that you can savor its rich and deep exploration of the theme of the awakening of consciousness. And even more importantly this book will divulge more of its treasure if you read it from a place of heart-centered awareness.

James O’Dea 
Former President of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, award winning author, activist and teacher.

 
 

The book Blooming of Consciousness is an inspiring, clear expression of the link between humanity and the divine, and how this eternal connection can be accessed and realized. Viktorija Kos’ vision rests in the great wisdom traditions that have consistently surfaced throughout history. I hope this book enjoys global readership, because our future on our fragile planet depends on whether we heed the vital messages in this important volume.

Larry Dossey, MD
Author: One Mind:  How Our Individual Mind Is Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why It Matters

 

The Secret Knowledge in Rumi’s Poetry

Literary Evening in Trubar House of Literature, Ljubljana
October, 2017
Slovene and Persian language 
Watch the video HERE.
Rumi’s profound spiritual message and poetry, which was presented by Viktorija Kos, Sepehr Koushki read the verses in Persian, and Mahmud Al Khatib accompanied them with flute and oud, created mystical atmosphere in which all enjoyed. 
Rumi reminds us that there is only one thing which we should not forget. If we forget everything else but not this one thing, we don’t need to worry. However, if we do and take care of everything else but forget this one thing, we haven’t done anything. And this one thing is: To awaken Love inside us and return to our Origin.
Good Thought

“My Soul is from elsewhere, I’m sure of that, and I intend to end up there.” / J. Rumi

From the book: Blooming of Consciousness