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Sense of doership binds you into Samsara

In the awaken state or Jaagrath avasta, we interact with the world through five sense organs. These are subtle in nature. For performing an action we need five organs of actions (karmendriyam) those of speech, hands, feet, excretion and reproduction. 676 more words

Self Enquiry

WHAT ARE YOU?

When you read the title of this poem

You may start thinking about your profession!

But, then, that’s not my purport in penning down these verses! 534 more words

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what is self enquiry?

All the knowledge we have gain so far is through objective study, there is always an object to study and we as student examine it, make observations and finally we reach to a conclusion, thats how we make opinion about everything we came across. 98 more words

Spirituality

THE TORTOISE

 

 

I watched in fascination

As the tortoise crawled slowly along

And, as I watched, it suddenly drew itself into its shell!

I stood rooted to the spot, wondering at its unprecedented action! 242 more words

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WHAT AM I? WHO AM I? WHY AM I HERE?

What is it that makes me ask these questions again and again?
Why is it that every time, I come up with new answers to them? 451 more words

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Stripping away

“Self-inquiry is a spiritually induced form of wintertime. It’s not about looking for a right answer so much as stripping away and letting you see what is not necessary, what you can do without, what you are without your leaves.”

– Adyashanti

'I am' is the only reality

‘I am’ is the first thought that raises when you wake up and remains constant. Remaining thoughts are based on experience and memory. ‘I am’ is difficult to explain through language. 563 more words

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