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Offering to share your experience.
There seems to be a state where no subject or object exists. Is it right? Somehow I thought that self-awareness must always be present, and this destruction of it seems wrong. Well, I never risked to see what lies after it, it just seems wrong.
Tell about how you do it and how it feels.
15-Jun-2006 05:41 PM
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I don't believe that self awareness stops or is supposed to stop with inner silence. Perhaps self infatuation yes, but with inner silence comes much greater awareness of the body and the world.

I haven't yet reached the level of silence required to see, but the amount of silence that I have reached has shown me that I am much more aware of what is going on around me when I stop talking to myself.

It does seem a bit scary at times when the silence goes on for long periods. It sometimes feels like I might slip away, or lose myself. But I feel that that is just part of losing self-importance. And facing that is a part of overcoming fear.

I feel that it is important to trust oneself. Know that we will pull through, no matter what. We have to believe we will succeed.
16-Jun-2006 09:14 AM
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I agree - I've been practicing this space for several years.

there's awareness without objects - a floating space of contentment and bliss

I'm still an experiencer, and even that is internal dialogue on a more subtle level.

I've found several sources very helpful for working with the groundlessness and the loss of reference points.

The Void/Essence, by Almaas - a sufi version of looking at it

Mind Training, and Shambhala: Sacred Path of the Warrior - by Chogyam Trungpa

The Philokalia - Training in the Sobriety of the Heart from the Desert Fathers

Qi Gong - balancing the energies in the body automatically bring the mind into balance and stillness.

Myself, I've found that stalking the breath - each and every breath, keeps the mind completely simple and present. Dropping beneath the dialogue is essential, whatever method suits you is good enough.

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14-Aug-2006 06:53 PM
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ensoñar,

I think that you might be able to see soon. I would like to know how much time you are spending on awareness. I would check out those books from loonerpa. I do not think that is possible to slip away by being silent. I agree that we must trust ourselfs.

Here are some words of wisdom from a source that some may get ;-)



"If could go back
The same way I got here
And see the people that
I once held so near
I'd do my best to
Find an answer for you

But first I must wait till I'm set free
And I don't know
How long that's gonna be
'cause I'm a man with
A whole lot on his mind
Just out there somewhere
Travelling in time
Travelling in time

Why don't we listen to
The voices in our hearts
cause then I know we'd find
We're not so far apart
Everybody's got to be happy
Everyone should sing
For we know the joy of life
The peace that love can bring

Love and truth will follow me
An army of reality
Brought from every corner
Of the world"


I hope that you find what you are looking for.

___

EYE
17-Aug-2006 05:42 AM
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Thank you, that is lovely. Welcome to the forums.
17-Aug-2006 10:40 AM
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Smile Thank you for these additional sources - I have found that Tai Chi helps to keep me ballanced & makes it easier to focus/not focus --

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04-Sep-2006 12:21 PM
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Stop doubting yourself. Stop second guessing your choices. When you make a choice, especially those that are spontaneous and born of joy, do your best to realize those choices. :wub:

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