Monday, August 07, 2017

Speak from my heart.

If you take some time off to listen to the Satsang talks given by Shri Mooji, you might catch a glimpse of the truth about the nature of the human mind in its down to earth daily activities as well into its deeper dimensions. This is a good step towards self discovery as Mooji is one of those contemporary teachers who is in the position to deliver us from the ignorance of the 'psychological mind.' I have been listening to Mooji for quite sometime now and from these talks I am often reminded of how far or near i am drifting away from my source or to put it more specifically, from my Dharma Position, the point from which i stand and deliver myself. Mooji Baba delivers his Satsang teaching in an open and genuine interactions between 'Guru' and disciple where one can participate in these conversations through our own understanding Through his often off the cuff humor and at the same genuine transmitting of wisdom one can find the simple truth about how our mind functions. 
In his Satsang talk of 22 of March 2014, Mooji talked about the levels of understanding for each an every individual as we confront our daily states on mind. The power of detachment from perspective of a person, a personality compared to the ability to observe  without attachment to what is being observed, witnessing without suffering or identity, with no effort required. Transcending your psychological aspect of the mind you  become detach from its influences. It is the peeling of the onion layer upon layer until there is no more layers and tears to be felt from it. What is discovered at the end of  this act is the emptiness of the doing and the beginning of being, presence, is all there is.  
There are many talks, lectures, satsangs and various other presentations on the topic of "The Human Mind', of thoughts and thinking and so forth on You Tube and these were not readily available prior to the Internet. All one has to do is plug in to learn a little more of who you are or what you comprise of. To choose to know is never a waste of time for knowledge are wings by which we fly to heaven. Knowledge however much we accumulate will be of no value if it is not put to action and action when not in sync with your original intention will only go to waste; stick to your original motive; and make it of Universal Value. We live to serve and serve to live, when we serve we are the servants of the Lord and this is the virtue of being who we are. As a Bodhisatva, my purpose of being here is to serve and not so much as being served 

“Listen to your heart and not your ego. Your ego prompts you to boast of vain assertions to obtain the glory of this world. Turn away from vanity and seek Him in the recesses of your heart and soul.” 
― Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani

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