Saturday, January 20, 2007

Pursue the inquiry 'Who am I' relentlessly. Analyse your entire personality. Try to find out where the I-thought begins. Go on with your meditations. Keep turning your attention within. One day the wheel of thought will slow down and an intuition will mysteriously arise. Follow that intuition, let your thinking stop, and it will lead eventually to the goal." - Ramana Maharishi, quoted in 'In Days of Great Peace' by Mouni Sadhu

In regards to my last post, I also wanted to add that for those who have mental and physical afflictions it's quite alright to taking the medication needed, but that the true cause of that pain can't be solved by taking the pills but merely temporarily relieve such pain. the root cause of the pain has to be investigated in the mind and found in the Heart or source of creation. i pray that to find peace we may all take this journey of life harmoniously. for those who are frustrated with the many things they see wrong with the government, education, economy and other factors of society. the true anarchy we can take is realizing who we are, thus at that point we break free from the chains of oppression and are no long er bothered by the limitations of the mind. peace, peace, peace. om shanti shanti shanti

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