Being the Source
M & E Shearn
peacewrk at SNET.NET
Thu Jun 6 07:34:13 CDT 1996
At 10:24 PM 6/4/96 GMT, you wrote:
>The following was previously posted to newsgroups (alt.yoga, alt.consciousness,
>alt.zen). Thought they might be of interest. Namaste.
> TRACING THE SOURCE TO CONSCIOUSNESS
>Postulate No. 1: Beyond that which I think is that which I am.
>Commentary: This statement is symbolic; it is intended to be an
>indicator of the ontological nature of one's consciousness. Insofar
>as pure consciousness is [here] claimed to exist beyond thought, [this
>axiom] is also attempting to show that the essence of one's being
>lies beyond thought. That is, thought(s) tend to divert one's
>awareness from the otherwise primal reality of one's true nature.
>This implies many things, among them being:
>Postulate No. 2: Regardless of what you think, say or do, the
>perfection of Freedom was, is and will always be who and what you
>Commentary: You always were, are and will always be the very goal
>you think you're striving to achieve. Your very nature is ALREADY the
>Absolute Reality. And, referring back to Postulate No. 1, it's only
>your thoughts that hypnotize you into believing in limits.
as Bhagavan said, it is only the thought I am not the Self, not Realized,
that keeps one from Truth. Of course this is a paraphrase.
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