language (Was Re: Quotations)
egodust at DIGITAL.NET
Wed Apr 30 20:46:39 CDT 1997
Jaldhar H. Vyas wrote:
> On Mon, 28 Apr 1997, Allan Curry wrote:
> > If thought was the _only_ way to truth why would Bhagavan Ramana
> > Maharshi talk to us about "killing" the mind which he said was just a
> > bunch of thoughts?
> And how did he propose to do that? Chances are it required some thought.
> Of course if you only mean the outward thoughts it makes more sense but
> the only people who avoid thought altogether are coma victims.
Yes, thought is valuable for arriving at the place where it's recognized
that it's an obstacle to Satchidananda, which has no provision for it;
whereupon its impact is rendered diffused, and eventually dissolved
(ie. progressing from jadachit to suddhachit to manonasa).
"There are no answers
there are no questions."
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