"The agitations of the mind
are addictive.
Break that addiction
and see what the still mind sees.."

10 comments:

  1. Surjit,

    The "still" mind is never really still. Observe it from the other side and see it's motion.

    Blessings my friend.

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  2. Very nice thought and very true!

    Regards,
    Dimple

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  3. "My" mind is not who "I" am.
    Not knowing this, one dotes over it, turning it into a spoiled child.
    It rants and raves, wants this, wants that, throws tantrums if it is denied.
    Meditation turns mind off, shuts it up, teaches it to be what it really is: only a tool to be used, when appropriate.
    Peace and quiet remain.
    The real "I" needs nothing, desires nothing, depends upon nothing.

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  4. Ye, but when we 'observe', it is no longer still.
    Thanks Alexis Fairfield for sharing your wonderful insights.
    God bless.

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  5. The Crow, I admire your deep insights:
    ..'The real "I" needs nothing, desires nothing, depends upon nothing...'
    ..Meditation turns mind off, shuts it up, teaches it to be what it really is..
    Thanks for sharing.
    God bless.

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  6. That should be an effortless deed for it to be effective I guess. That comes with a lot of meditation and freeing the ego. Thanks for sharing

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  7. Yes, I agree with your views Latha.
    Thanks for sharing.
    God bless.

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  8. Welcome Water Learner.Seen you after a long time.
    Thanks for your words of appreciation.
    God bless.

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