Who am I – by Ramana Maharshi

who_am_I by Ramana Maharshi 1. Who am I ? The gross body which is composed of the seven humours (dhatus), I am not; the five cognitive sense organs, viz. the senses of hearing, touch, sight, taste, and smell, which apprehend their respective objects, viz. sound, touch, colour, taste, and odour, I am not; the five cognitive senseorgans,…

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Beingness will pull you in – by Prem Vishrant

Beingness will pull you in if you look for it Everybody that goes in search of beingness will find themselves as beingness. – It seems like you’re pulled in And you find yourself as the expanded reality For those who practice self enquiry This starts to happen – The mind falls in love with the…

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Give meditation a chance

If someone offered you any one of these two things for free, either hundred dollars in cash or a thousand dollars worth of things that are essential, what would you choose? The basic necessities are needed for everyone, but once they are met, once you have food, clothing and shelter, what more does anyone look…

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Brahmanandam – recited by Deva Premal

Brahmanandam parama sukhadam kevalam jnanamurtim dvandvaateetam gagana sadrusam tatvamasyadi lakshyam ekam nityam vimala machalam sarvadheesaakshibuutam bhaavaateetam triguna rahitam sadgurum tam namaami. The universe of bliss, supreme happiness, pure unending knowing Beyond the dualities, like the infinite space, the sole aspiration of all seeking The one, eternal, pure, unmoving, the witness in all Beyond states, beyond…

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True Meditation – by Adyashanti

Here is a beautiful essay on True Meditation by Adyashanti. True meditation has no direction or goal. It is pure wordless surrender, pure silent prayer. All methods aiming at achieving a certain state of mind are limited, impermanent, and conditioned. Fascination with states leads only to bondage and dependency. True meditation is abidance as primordial awareness. http://www.adyashanti.org/index.php?file=writings_inner&writingid=12

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The Dance Of Stillness – Salute to Mooji

How life tastes in that moment When it’s not lived by some identity ! How sweet is life When a liver of life is not there ! – Finally one comes to rest because the sense of responsibility for things being the way they are is no more yours. – Manifestation are many but who…

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