Violet Flame for Evolutionary Spiritual & Material Well Being
|Posted by Zannie Rose on May 7, 2015 at 7:15 AM|
The Violet Flame can help you rediscover, align with and realise your Divine Self .
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|Posted by Zannie Rose on May 7, 2015 at 3:05 AM|
"It is rewarding to give up the attachment to the glamour of ‘being spiritual’, ‘holy’, or ‘special’.
Truth has no trappings.
Many false teachers indulge in theatrical self-presentations that are merely lures and self-gratifications of being ‘special’.
The Absolute Reality of Enlightenment is complete and total.
It has no role or function to fulfill, no purpose to serve, and no rituals to perform.
The condition is anonymous and without name or title.
If asked, it states the truth of what it is to the degree that such a condition can be verbalized.
The state of enlightenment is invisible, and the truly enlightened pass about unnoticed in ordinary life.
Neither is there anything about which to be humble or prideful.
The field of consciousness of the state of enlightenment is a nonpersonal emanation radiating from the essence of the state, and what the world considers remarkable is merely ordinary to the Self.
The ego, or more accurately, the belief that one is the ego, obscures the Realization of the Reality of the Self as the Oneness of All That Is
The dissolution of the ego results in liberation from the bondage of the illusions that create suffering.
These illusions are susceptible to fearless scrutiny that reveals the underlying fallacies.
The only tool needed is the willingness to unreservedly surrender all beliefs, opinions, and attitudes to God.
To surrender what one thinks they are to God does not leave one as ‘nothing’, but quite the contrary.
It leads to the discovery that one is everything.
Every identification is a limitation. Upon examination, every ‘am’ turns out to be merely a ‘doing’.
Even the belief that one’s true self is an ‘is’ or an ‘am-ness’ is an illusion.
If all actions are taking place spontaneously and not being caused by an inner doer, then the emergence of the ego is a spontaneous and impersonal phenomenon.
Like any other expression of life, the belief in the independent, self-existent, autonomous ‘I’ arose of its own—unasked, unwilled, unchosen, unbidden, and impersonal.
Even one’s name was chosen by circumstances. It is an arbitrary, nominal designation for purposes of identification, like a license plate on a car.
It is well to disidentify with that name. To adopt a new spiritual name is to merely perpetuate the illusion and give it a holier implication (which is probably more of an ego trap than being content with one’s name as Tom or Betty).
To identify with a personal name is a limitation. The family name also signifies attachments to subtle identifications.
Reality has no name; it is merely a linguistic designation for purposes of communication, similar to the term ‘God’.
Any self-designation or description is illusory.
Even the statement “to be enlightened” is misleading and not a reality.
The state is beyond ‘being’ anything and there is no one to ‘be’ that condition."
From: “I: Reality and Subjectivity” (2003), Chapter 22: Applications, pp. 384–385
|Posted by Zannie Rose on May 6, 2015 at 1:10 PM|
Questioner: A thousand years ago a man lived and died.
His identity (antahkarana) re-appeared in a new body.
Why does he not remember his previous life?
And if he does, can the memory be brought into the conscious?
Maharaj: How do you know that the same person re-appeared in the new body?
A new body may mean a new person altogether.
Q: Imagine a pot of ghee (Indian clarified butter).
When the pot breaks, the Ghee remains and can be transferred to another pot.
The old pot had its own scent, the new - its own.
The Ghee will carry the scents from pot to pot.
In the same way the personal identity is transferred from body to body.
M: It is all right.
When there is the body, its peculiarities affect the person.
Without the body we have the pure identity in the sense of 'I am'.
But when you are reborn in a new body, where is the world formerly experienced?
Q: Every body experiences its own world.
M: In the present body the old body - is it merely an idea, or is it a memory?
Q: An idea, of course.
How can a brain remember what it has not experienced?
M: You have answered your own question.
Why play with ideas?
Be content with what you are sure of.
And the only thing you can be sure of is 'I am'.
Stay with it, and reject everything else.
This is Yoga.
Q: I can reject only verbally.
At best I remember to repeat the formula: 'This is not me, this is not mine.
I am beyond all this'.
M: Good enough.
First verbally, then mentally and emotionally, then in action.
Give attention to the reality within you and it will come to light.
It is like churning the cream for butter.
Do it correctly and assiduously and the result is sure to come.
Q: How can the absolute be the result of a process?
M: You are right, the relative cannot result in the absolute.
But the relative can block the absolute, just as the non-churning of the cream may prevent the butter from separating.
It is the real that creates the urge; the inner prompts the outer and the outer responds in interest and effort.
But ultimately there is no inner, nor outer; the light of consciousness is both the creator and the creature, the experiencer and the experience, the body and the embodied.
Take care of the power that projects all this and your problems will come to an end.
Q: Which is the projecting power?
M: It is imagination prompted by desire.
Q: I know all this, but have no power over it.
M: This is another illusion of yours, born from craving for results.
Q: What is wrong with purposeful action?
M: It does not apply.
In these matters there is no question of purpose, nor of action.
All you need is to listen, remember, ponder.
It is like taking food.
All you can do is to bite off, chew and swallow.
All else is unconscious and automatic.
Listen, remember and understand - the mind is both the actor and the stage.
All is of the mind and you are not the mind.
The mind is born and reborn, not you.
The mind creates the world and all the wonderful variety of it.
Just like in a good play you have all sorts of characters and situations, so you need a little of everything to make a world.
Q: Nobody suffers in a play.
M: Unless one identifies himself with it.
Don't identify yourself with the world and you will not suffer.
Q: Others will.
M: Then make your world perfect, by all means.
If you believe in God, work with Him.
It you do not, become one.
Either see the world as a play or work at it with all your might.
~ From Shri Nisargadatta Maharaj's 'I AM THAT', (ch.36)
|Posted by Zannie Rose on May 6, 2015 at 7:35 AM|
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|Posted by Zannie Rose on May 5, 2015 at 7:40 PM|
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|Posted by Zannie Rose on May 5, 2015 at 1:10 PM|
An event becomes an experience only when I am emotionally interested.
I am in a state which is complete, which seeks not to improve on itself.
Of what use is experience to me?
~ Nisargadatta Maharaj
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|Posted by Zannie Rose on May 4, 2015 at 1:05 PM|
The whole of it is imagination.
Even space and time are imagined.
All existence is imaginary.
~ Nisargadatta Maharaj
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|Posted by Zannie Rose on May 3, 2015 at 1:05 PM|
Nothing you do will change you, for you need no change.
You may change your mind or your body, but it is always something external to you that has changed, not yourself.
Why bother at all to change?
Realize once for all that neither your body nor your mind, nor even your consciousness is yourself and stand alone in your true nature beyond consciousness and unconsciousness.
No effort can take you there, only the clarity of understanding.
Don't try to reform yourself, just see the futility of all change.
The changeful keeps on changing while the changeless is waiting. Do not expect the changeful to take you to the changeless - it can never happen. Only when the very idea of changing is seen as false and abandoned, the changeless can come into its own.
Most people's activities are valueless, if not outright destructive.
Dominated by desire and fear, they can do nothing good.
Ceasing to do evil precedes beginning to do good.
Hence the need for stopping all activities for a time, to investigate one's urges and their motives, see all that is false in one's life, purge the mind of all evil and then only restart work, beginning with one's obvious duties.
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|Posted by Zannie Rose on April 25, 2015 at 2:05 AM|
No external activity can reach the inner self;
worship and prayers remain on the surface only;
to go deeper meditation is essential, the striving to go beyond the states of sleep, dream and waking.
|Posted by Zannie Rose on April 24, 2015 at 2:00 AM|
In the mirror of your mind all kinds of pictures appear and disappear. Knowing that they are entirely your own creations, watch them silently come and go.
Be alert, but not perturbed.
This attitude of silent observation is the very foundation of yoga. You see the picture, but you are not the picture.