M: There is no 'how' here. Just keep in mind the feeling 'I am', merge in it, till your mind and feeling become one. By repeated attempts you will stumble on the right balance of attention and affection and your mind will be firmly established in the thought-feeling 'I am'. Whatever you think, say, or do, this sense of immutable and affectionate being remains as the ever-present background of the mind. Nisargadatta Maharaj, I AM THAT ch 16
My yoga novel "Ashram" draws on ancient wisdom and practice.
"Don’t belittle yourself nor raise yourself high. Just remain empty of identity and intention. Keep quiet. Let Truth reveal who you are.
Timothy Conway's record of interactions, experiences and talks with Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, the illustrious sage of nondual spirituality in Bombay
African people - could learn so so much . stealing, raping,killing) - I thank God for the peace loving people - everyday
You are prior to consciousness - Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
Krishnamurti - The Challenge of Change Documentary
"Fear is suffering. Fear is not accepting what is. Fear only exists in relation to something. It is the mind that creates fear.
"The unruly mind may break its peace and obliterate its vision; but it is bound to return, provided the effort is sustained; until the day when all bonds are broken, delusions and attachments end and life becomes supremely concentrated in the present." Sr
"The unruly mind may break its peace and obliterate its vision; but it is bound to return, provided the effort is sustained; until the day when all bonds are broken, delusions and attachments end and life becomes supremely concentrated in the present.
ma // "Man thinks he is the doer of his actions, while actually everything is managed from ‘There’; the connection is ‘There’, as well as the power-house - yet people say: ‘I do.
"Everyone is aware of themselves. The deepening and broadening of self-awareness is the royal way. Call it mindfulness, or witnessing, or just attention - it's for all. No one is unripe for it and none can fail. But, of course, you must not just be alert - your mindfulness must include the mind also! Witnessing is primarily awareness of consciousness and its movements." ~Nisargadatta Maharaj