The "I" Thought

MAI's picture

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"I" is a thought. Before that there was no "I".
There is a belief still, that "I" is more than just a thought.
"I" does not exist.
You have been on this path for so long, repeating this but there a belief still there.

— Elena Nezhinsky

nathan's picture

Her belief against the widespread belief

As opposed to Ramana's words and those of others on that subject, her words do not give any hint or an insight supported by some sense. She just states her belief which is equivalent to the belief that there is an "I". Such an approach proves to have hardly any effect on people and it can be understandable.

nathan | Sun, 05/05/2013 - 15:23