Master’s saying

Self Observation

First of all we need to understand that:

  • We are not the mind
  • We are not our thoughts
  • We are not our emotions
  • We are above that

That means I can watch my reaction and able to say, ‘I feel angry’‘I am worrying now’ and so on. This technique of self observation has to come to you.

Why I need to observe myself?

The moment you start watching the mind, the mind will stop its normal course of reacting automatically.

How our mind exists?

It exists due to our thoughts and emotions.

When you start observing your thoughts and emotions, your mind will stop thinking. Therefore, it will not exist to influence us.

How do I practice this self-observation? What are the steps to analyze our mind?

  • Whenever something happens, talk to yourself, “This is what is happening to me. This is my thought. And these are my emotions”.
  • In addition, ask a question, “Can I change my reaction”. This simple question will change your reaction.
  • Our reactions are automatic. When we change it, the result has to be different. How?

When your reaction is ‘A’ result ‘B’ happens. When you change your reaction to ‘C’, result ‘B’ cannot happen. It has to change.

Wanting to change others without being changed!!

Wanting to change others without being changed. When I cannot change my ways, how can I expect others to change?

Events will never change; cannot be changed.

Your outlook only has to change !!

I don’t know what I know,I know what I don’t know !!

I don’t know what I know,I know what I don’t know !!

Every word in every language is sacred. Go beyond any word “uttered”. Every word will reveal its hidden message given by the divine at that time, if you meditate on that word.

Outwardly, the word’s meaning is different. Inwardly, it has a different objective meaning.

Every word in life has two purposes

  • Communication
  • Inner Divine Message to listener

See what you don’t see, Don’t see what you see !!


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