Indivisible Consciousness

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'I am' is indivisible consciousness.
Indivisible consciousness is complete,silent,forever
Natural Happiness.

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Real attainment is to be fully conscious, to be aware of surroundings and the people around, to move among them all, but not to merge consciousness in the environment. One should remain in inner independent awareness.
Once the current of awareness of the self is set afoot, it becomes everlasting and continuous by intensification.


The ‘I am’ and the Absolute are not two. In the Absolute the ‘I amness’ comes and then the experience takes place. Whatever is happening, from the Absolute standpoint, without the knowledge ‘I am’, is very profound, unlimited, and expansive.
One is the Absolute, two is consciousness, three is space. Where there was no knowledge ‘I am’ that is number one, later on there is the sense ‘I am’ that is number two, then there is space – number three.

3. OSHO:

Enlightenment is the understanding that this is all, that this is perfect, that this is it. Enlightenment is not an achievement, it is an understanding that there is nothing to achieve, nowhere to go.
If you are absolutely without mind, just pure consciousness, time stops completely, disappears, leaving no trace behind.

What is the thing that says - 'I am living', that consciousness that says - 'I am alive' - apart from the physical organism that has its own responses, its own motivation? What is the thing that says - 'I am alive' - is it thought, is it feeling? If it is thought, obviously thought is always the old - if you really saw that thought is always the old, if you really saw it as you feel hunger, then you would see that what you think is living is only a modified continuation of the past, it is thinking.

Is there any other living thing? - not God in you, which again is another form of thought, thought having invented God, because thought in itself is so uncertain, so dead that it has to invent a living thing - is there really a living thing, living independently of any motive, any stimulation, any dependence; is there a living thing that is not subject to circumstances, to tendencies, to inclination? Go into yourself and you will find out - find out, and if you can live with what you have found out, then perhaps you will be able to go beyond it and come upon something that is timeless living.
Source- Jiddu Krishnamurti Talk 23rd July 1967


Liberation is jivanmukti or freedom while living in the body. It is not going to another realm or attaining something new, but realizing our true nature. It not freedom from anything, but in the midst of everything.
Vedanta's liberation is spiritual and depends upon Self-Knowledge. Immortality or eternal life in order to be real must be free from all forms of embodiment—gross, subtle, or causal.

"Let people quote the scriptures and sacrifice to the gods, let them perform rituals and worship the deities, but there is no liberation without the realization of one's identity with the Atman, no, not even in the lifetime of a hundred Brahmas put together [that is, an almost infinite length of time]."


These last announce that the I is Soham, 'I am He.' He, meaning the eternal,
Universal Absolute, the Brahman, the Boundless, Beginningless, Endless entity. When that
axiom is meditated upon and made one's own deepest experience, man has the highest Bliss, the
Bliss of merging into the Aathman from which he felt long he had been displaced.

Amma said that true happiness can only come through understanding our own mind. “As long as we are determined to remain in the prisons created by our own mental weaknesses, nothing can save us,” Amma said. “If we don’t have the permission and blessing of our own mind, regardless of what we possess we won’t be happy.”

9. aurobindo:

Sri Aurobindo's teaching states that this One Being and Consciousness is involved here in Matter. Evolution is the method by which it liberates itself; consciousness appears in what seems to be inconscient, and once having appeared is self-impelled to grow higher and higher and at the same time to enlarge and develop towards a greater and greater perfection. Life is the first step of this release of consciousness; mind is the second; but the evolution does not finish with mind, it awaits a release into something greater, a consciousness which is spiritual and supramental.

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Incredible compilation

Incredible compilation. Very important. Thank you!

davids | Sat, 06/20/2009 - 08:46