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Buried treasure for no one.

All we can do is is witness. But the question arises, “Who is witnessing the witnessing?” No one! That simple. There cannot be another without separation and we are dealing with wholeness as in Self/God/Consciousness is all, entirety, 100%. What … Continue reading

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Douglas Harding

Here is a wonderful film about a wonderful man. I am particularly grateful to Douglas Harding for providing a means to by pass the conundrum of “Who am I?” which had entered an intellectual loop with no apparent way out … Continue reading

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It all comes down to Knowing.

Yet no one is knowing this Knowing. It just is that. The Knowing that, without thought or anything arising, wholeness remains intact. A wholeness free from shape or form or substance. The Knowing itself or itself. This Knowing is of … Continue reading

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Seeking what?

It only requires a little thought to realise how ludicrous is the idea of seeking something other than what we are. The problem arises because we begin from a faulty premise. We believe we are imperfect, separate, incomplete, in need … Continue reading

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What do I know?

What do I know, except that I exist. That one ‘I’ that cannot be denied. The proof of which is in the stating of: “I don’t exist”. Who is saying that? You that don’t exist? Are these not just words … Continue reading

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Not THIS, not THAT.

A new understanding of what is often referred to as neti neti (neither this nor that). Until recently I’ve mostly associated the ‘this’ and ‘that’ with objects. As in: I am neither ‘this’ nor ‘that’ – referring to any attempt … Continue reading

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Subject without object.

You are the One Subject in which the many objects appear. You can witness this now by looking out of your eyes and witnessing your bodies – hands, legs, feet – as objects. Just as the chair, table, computer or … Continue reading

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A thought cannot think

A thought cannot think. I read this somewhere. It got me thinking. Our lives are made up of thoughts. Most of our waking day and our sleep too when we are dreaming. But who is it who is thinking these … Continue reading

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Pondering Existence

We really have no divine right to exist in these bodies. But we are, just as the flower in the vase on the table is existing. But to whom is the ‘we’ referring? Why that which is ‘conscious’. That which … Continue reading

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‘Who Am I?’ again.

It recently struck me that this question, ‘Who am I?’, the question Ramana Maharshi, as well as numerous sages down the ages have advised we ask ourselves, functions in a similar fashion to a Zen Koan. Now let me clarify, … Continue reading

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