#advaita vedanta

the world is your mind

Posted on aug 13, 2018

All that you are attached to, all that you love,
all that you know, someday will be gone.

Knowing this, and that the world is your mind
which you create, play in, and suffer from,
is known as discrimination.

Discriminate between the Real and the Unreal,
the known is unreal and will come and go.
So stay with the Unknown, the Unchanging, the Truth.

Papaji (Sri Sat Guru Harilal Poonjaji)

 

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een effect van bewustzijn

Posted on aug 13, 2018

A human being is an effect of consciousness. They are not the operators of consciousness. [01:10-01:14]

Ego … is just a very contracted form of consciousness. A modification of consciousness. It’s like you’re not firing on all engines.

You’re working with very restrictive consciousness. When it’s in the modification, ‘I am a person,’ it is still consciousness. But it’s in very restrictive zone. When that is seen, then the consciousness opens up again. It’s depersonalized, and again it now it becomes universal, the consciousness.

You are universal consciousness! Dreaming itself as individuality. But we are not just to learn this, you have to recognize it. Discover this. Something gets somehow, cleansed, through your own seeing. [03:12 – 04:12]

Mooji

Ashtavakra Gita

Posted on apr 17, 2017

“Ashtavakra’s words begin after almost everything else has been said. They barely touch the page. They are often on the point of vanishing. They are the first melting of the snow, high in the mountains, a clear stream flowing over smooth and shining pebbles. Theirs is the radiance of the winter sky above Trishul, Kailash, Annapurna. My satguru, Neem Karoli Baba, called the Ashtavakra Gita ‘the purest of scriptures.’ All its beauty is in the transparency, its enraptured and flawless purity.” – Thomas Byrom

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