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6 Approaches To Secure Sat-Sang - Science To Connect With Boundless

This post is a continuation of the previous one on Satsang – the most relevant thread for all – an enabler for regaining connection with our Boundless Self. 1,875 more words

Life Lessons

Body Mind Sense Complex and flimsy world

I remember an incident few years back when my colleague working with me in the same project had met with an accident and was hospitalized. He was under coma for two weeks with out any major wounds in his body. 472 more words

Self Enquiry

Sat-Sang: How To Connect With Your Boundless Being

There comes a time in our life when every technique, mental model or belief we depend upon fails to support and strengthen us from within and we feel the lack of succor needed to bounce back, to set matters right, to unlearn our unhealthy habits, to eliminate the false and faulty behaviors. 2,048 more words

Life Lessons

Integrating knowledge, spontaneous action

This post is continued from Integrating knowledge, spontaneous action

Do you go around repeatedly saying your name so that you remember it? Do you have to walk around saying “I am Tom, I am Tom, I am Tom?” (obviously substitute in your name). 269 more words

Non-duality

QUOTES OF NISARGADATTA MAHARAJ FROM ‘I AM THAT’ #32

All I can say is “I am”, all else is inference. But the inference has become a habit. Destroy all habits of thinking and sleeping. The sense “I am” is a manifestation of a deeper cause, which you may call self, God, Reality or by any other name.

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Advaita Vedanta

QUOTES OF NISARGADATTA MAHARAJ FROM ‘PRIOR TO CONSCIOUSNESS’ #24

The “I am” and the Absolute are not two. In the Absolute the “I amness” comes and then the experience takes place. Whatever is happening, from the Absolute standpoint, without the knowledge “I am”, is very profound, unlimited, and expansive.

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Advaita Vedanta

QUOTES OF NISARGADATTA MAHARAJ FROM “SEEDS OF CONSCIOUSNESS” #17

The knowledge “I am” is the first ignorance and whatever knowledge you acquire with it is ignorance. Go back to the source of your ignorance.

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Advaita Vedanta