Who am I?

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Falling River: Photograph by Rennis Kauffman, National Geographic Your Shot
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“In the stillness of the mind
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I saw myself as I am
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– unbound.”
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– Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj –
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5 responses to this post.

  1. This is waking up, the end of suffering as we know it.

  2. Posted by Jennifer on September 17, 2015 at 2:05 am

    This can feel like an out of body experience. Body, mind and spirit in sync. I felt it once when hiking. Reached the high point of elevation, where trails merged. Opened my arms like butterfly net to the sky and felt peace and complete joy in the moment. Unbound.

  3. It takes great effort to experience this phenomena.

    To sustain feeling unbound quite a different animal.

    Our ego’s never feeling equal, always needing approval, always avoiding criticism,.

    Hard to be unbound when desire and weakness dominate daily life.

  4. I agree. 🙂 Glad we are on the same page. 🙂

  5. When we let go, the path is very similar. We may differ in semantics, in what fuels our desire but emptiness is emptiness.

    We all have the same chance for happiness, unlimited opportunity to let go and find joy.

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