Thursday, October 5, 2017

NMT (No-Me Teaching) new series 121:

Ribhu Gita (Tamil) Ch 33:

Those who have the Knowledge of the undivided Self withouta2nd,
That all the illusory conditionings in me,
The all complete & whole,
When deeply inquired into by a process of negation,
Are not a bit different from me,
And that I, the residue, am of the Supreme Brahman,
Will abide as the nature of Supreme Brahman, the mass of Bliss. 
What is told is the Truth, there is no doubt of this.

[selections based on Master Nome’s Self-Knowledge]

The desire for Happiness comes from deep within. It is an intuition that Bliss is one’s natural state. Bliss includes Pease with no disturbance, Freedom with no Bondage, & Perfection, with nothing incomplete. The Source of desire does derive from external phenomena of any kind. That Source of desire does not derive from objects, circumstances, other beings, & such. There is, therefore, nothing external that is alluring. Desire, itself, is not a bodily sensation. Desire does not consist of particular thoughts, though particular thoughts constituting images in the Mind may appear & be those by which the desire manifests (image of delicious food, sex object, etc). The desire itself is simply the urge from within to be in the natural state of limitless Bliss.
The intensity of desire is continually surging forth. That surging cannot be subdued, & the attempt to do so would merely be an unsuccessful attempt to indirectly fulfill the desire (by squashing it). Desire cannot be fulfilled by Self-Realization, which is Abidance as Bliss itself. Bliss is of the very nature of the Self, & the Self is truly without any desire.
(1) When the Self is not known &,
(2) by delusion, the first Suffering becomes possible, & when,
(3) with the appearance of the false Individual “I”,
(4) the Natural State seems lost, then
(5) that very Bliss of the Self manifests as the intuition of one’s natural, true state, &
(6) this appears as the desire for Happiness.

[based on the Maharshi's Teaching]

By repeated nididhyasana or Self-contemplation, supported by the aid of repeated shravana, & manana, our Consciousness of our own essential Being & our corresponding understanding of the Truth will become increasingly clear, & by that increasing clarity we will steadily gain more love to know our self as we really are, & more detachment from our individuality & all that is associated with it. Therefore, until we gain such true spiritual maturity – the willingness & love to lose our individual Self in the experience of true non-dual Self-knowledge – we have to continue the process of repeated shravana, manana, & nididhyasana.  Even more rare than those highly mature souls who are able to experience the Truth as soon as they hear it, there are some people who without ever hearing the Truth experience it spontaneously. But such people are very rare indeed.  All that I write in this book is what I have learnt & understood from the teachings of the Sage known as Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, who was one such extremely rare being who experienced the Truth spontaneously without ever having heard or read anything about it.

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"There is no Creation, no Destruction, no Bondage, no longing to be freed from Bondage, no striving for Liberation, nor anyone who has attained Liberation. Know that this to be Ultimate Truth."    the "no creation" school of Gaudapada, Shankara, Ramana, Nome  Ajata Vada

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