234 Your Higher Conscience Is Your GPS Explains Antar The Navigator

July 17, 2017

Antar The Navigator is a screenwriter, author and coach. He’s passionate about using his own rocky story to inspire and motivate others to make the best of their lives. In his late teens, robbing banks and drug trafficking became his life, resulting ina six-year prison sentence. While in jail he experienced an epiphany which changed Antar into a person intensely focused on helping others. In his books, Antar teaches you how to reach your true consciousness and how meditation and prayer is a solid way to help you move forward.

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Most Influential Person

  • The Honorable Wallace D Muhammad (Antar was his personal assistant)

Effect on Emotions

  • What happens to us in this life, the body is the cocoon. You can't see what's going on inside me. I look like the same person that you saw last week but I'm not.

Thoughts on Meditation

  • The first meditation I learned to do was Transcendental Meditation and I did it for 20 minutes in the morning and 20 minutes in the afternoon.
  • Then I came up with a meditation of my own. It's astral projection. It's called Bequello. It's an acronym.
  • Bequello is the mantra. It stands for Beyond Earth Quantum Universal Energy Light Laser and Oṁ.  Bequello.
  • You don't concentrate on your breath or your mantra, you're actually on an assignment while you're meditating. You're traveling while you're meditating.

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Bullying Story

  • So I was bullied. Like I said, I grew up with the wrong crowd you know. So we're what they call people of the street, people of the night, people of the vampires.
  • I mean we're out doing things to other people. What people don't realize is that if you are a criminal, or you're a thug or whatever you want to call it, you're living with the murderers, you're living with the rapists, you're living with the gangsters.
  • Other people are scared of these people. We're living with them, next door to them, you know. So [we're talking about] people that are just dangerous people.
  • And there was this one guy; he was the ultimate bully. I'm not going to mention his name because he was so big. He's a totally different person now. I was really young and I was growing up and getting involved in the criminal life.
  • I remember one day I was playing basketball at the Boys Club and he got mad at something. I don't know what he was mad at. I did something in the basketball game and I'm kind of looking the other way now.
  • Whatever I did, he was looking over at the basketball. He's a pretty big guy and he threw it [the ball]. He hit me on the head with it. It knocked me off my feet.
  • I wasn't going to fight him or get into a conflict with him because I was scared of him, and he knew it. A lot of people were scared of him. And he was waiting for me.
  • What are you going to do? Well you know I'm not really ready to do anything. And then he started approaching me like he was going to hit me again. And I'm young and smaller than him and I'm scared to death.
  • And there was another occasion that he looked like he was going to get aggressive on me. He didn't really have to do anything to me. All he had to do was look at me a certain way and act like he was going to get aggressive with me.
  • And those are the only two or three occasions in my life that I could remember where I know that I was being bullied and harassed by this guy.
  • And when I grew up, I decided that I was not going to be bullied any more.
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