Tag: I am

One "I", many "I"s, no "I"

erez's picture

Your preconceptions determine what you see.

In other words, you see only what you are programmed to look for and to look through.

I Am

B-friend's picture

M: You cannot possibly say that you are what you think yourself to be!

I Am

Equilibs's picture

a comment I wrote to lalo's question:
What the fuck does Nisargadatta mean by "I Am"?


Reduce yourself to a tiny dimensionless point

shira's picture

Reduce yourself to a point, the tiniest one, a dimensionless one, not to Atman, not to being, not to Self, not to some other concept, just reduce yourself to a tiny dimensionless point.

Emotion in the Search beyond "I AM"

Ahimsananda's picture

Ramana Maharshi recommended exploring "Who am I?" Nisargadatta advised the earnest examination of the "I AM".

What does Ramana Maharshi's "I-I" stand for?

solomon's picture

I encounter the notion "I-I" quite often in Ramana Maharshi's texts while I haven't seen it elsewhere, not in the words of other Advaita teachers (e.g. Nisargadatta Maharaj) nor in scriptures.

Book of Revelation: Seals, chaff, chakras....?

Quantum's picture

After my morning mediation, this thought came to mind: Is it possible that the seven seals written about in the Book of Revelations is a reference to the seven chakras?

"I am" is that which lies between "I" and "I am something"

erez's picture

The notion "I am" is central and common to many of the spiritual paths.

I Am Not

solo's picture

Your sense of being is the most fundamental sense you have upon awakening from sleep.

This is the meaning of the sense of "I Am".

I AM & Realisation

joejo's picture

At the outset, I feel that there is a clear and unmistakable difference between the approach of Soham or 'I am That' meditation and the path of Self Enquiry.