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Aug 12, 2016
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Words are the Convolutions of the Mind
by: Janaka

Yes it is all perplexing...to the mind that loves to be perplexed. That is why the mind loves to use words, so things can become convoluted, twisted about, that nothing makes sense. That is why Ramana Maharshi kept silent most of the time. There is a line in one of my favorite movies, "Brother Sun, Sister Moon," when Francis replied to a friend: "There was a time I believed in words."
Shanti
Janaka

Aug 12, 2016
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We are still mind
by: ABHISHEK

Subramanian sir,

Isn't meditation stuff very perplexing
if some one "does" meditation, he cannot be at peace. because he is desiring peace. Person is showing attachment to peace. There is a duality. even if a person does 1000000 times "am not the mind and am not the body, and belive i am the silence in between the breath".... remember there is still a believer who has to be erased. none of the
meditaters cannot be at ultimate peace,
there is no point of "attaining" silence. there is only a question of when to "becoming" silence

Aug 12, 2016
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We are still mind
by: ABHISHEK

Subramanian sir,

Isn't meditation stuff very perplexing
if some one "does" meditation, he cannot be at peace. because he is deserving peace. Person is showing attachment to peace. There is a duality. even if a person does 1000000 times "am not the mind and am not the body, and belive i am the silence in between the breath".... remember there is still a believer who has to be erased. none of the
meditaters cannot be at ultimate peace,
there is no point of "attaining" silence. there is only a question of when to "becoming" silence

Aug 07, 2016
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The Direct Path
by: Janaka

Namaste Subramanian,

Thank you for sharing the direct path of Atma Vichara, where there is nothing for the mind to hold onto. No stories to sell. No future to make intricate plans. Just Silence...

I like how you have put it into three stages. The process is very clear.

Shanti

Janaka

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