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Your strong conviction that you are one same "I"

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One of the most strong taken-for-granted illusionary convictions one carries consistently is that he is a one single unified entity, one monolithic "I", one solid personality, one same-in-all-times John, one atomic Barbara.



If you fail to accept, accept the failure

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I have read once a short emphasized warning made by Riktam Kantu:

If you fail to accept, accept the failure.

Here is my understanding of this saying:



What is Self Inquiry?

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Recently, quite a lot of people who read my blog post Self Inquiry - tips and were not familiar with Ramana Maharshi's Self Inquiry (also written "Self Enquiry", in Sanskrit: "Atma Vichara") got curious and asked me to explain what it is and how to do it.



What "being judgmental" realy is

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Judgmental is not stating an opinion or even labeling something as "good" or "bad". Being judgmental is when based on one quality of someone or something you conclude about his whole nature, about all his other qualities. You judge his wholeness based on one aspect.



Body = World

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A lovely excerpt about the erroneous mental separation between "my body" and the "world", from "I Am That" by Nisargadatta Maharaj:



Seer = Seeing = Seen

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An interesting excerpt from "I Am That" by Nisargadatta Maharaj:

Q: You say that the seer, seeing and the seen are one single thing, not three. To me the three are separate, I do not understand.



Self Inquiry - tips

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The following contains 4 valuable recommendations to share with those who embark on the remarkable path of Sri Ramana Maharshi's Self Inquiry (also written "Self Enquiry", in Sanskrit: "Atma Vichara"). Those who are not familiar with the Self Inquiry technique can learn about it here.