Life: It’s like a river, endlessly moving on, ever seeking, exploring, pushing
and overflowing its banks.
Relationship: It’s a mirror in which you see yourself. In relationship,
conflicts arise as two individuals are not relating but their images about
themselves and each other, relate.
Observer is the observed: An insight that thought and the thinker are the
same. That thinker appears separate due to inattention and that it’s an
Mutation of brain cells: When there is insight that observer is observed
then the behaviour of brain is altered. The pattern of brain cells mutate
to yield a new mind.
Choiceless awareness: It is a state of awareness in which there is no
chooser who judges or condemns. There is non-judgemental observation.
Meditation: it is a state of no mind in which the meditator is absent.
There is no recognition of a centre called "me". It’s a state of being and
Total freedom: There is no partial freedom. When the centre called "me"
dissolves there is total freedom. “Me” is the psychological being- The
conditioned self. In the state of total freedom man is not a slave of past. Its freedom " Known."
Insight: It’s a flash in a state of mind in which thought is absent. There
is immediate perception and action without any intervention of "me".
- Conditioning: Layers of identity created from birth and accumulated by
knowledge, experience and stored in memory. It gives birth to the
psychological "me". It includes our likes, dislikes hurts insults, pride, Self
image etc. Its the "known" in which man lives.
Security and fear: The conditioned self always seeks continuity of existence
and fears its loss of identity.
God: It is not a concept or imagination. It is creation.
“You are the world”: When you change, the world changes. Consciousness
is contagious and society is not different from the individual constituents.
Change begins within oneself.
Love and compassion: Love cannot be cultivated. Along with compassion it
exists when the sense of limited self is dissolved.