If someone told you “you can’t do it,” what did you do? For me, of course then I had to do it (if I remotely cared about it.) We hear a lot of things about happiness and spirituality. Like, you have to suffer, or not this life, you have more karma to burn, or lessons to learn, etc. What if you became outrageously impatient, not willing to take ‘no’ for an answer? That’s what happened to me…
Not suffering does not mean that you didn’t love, it means you still love; you just haven’t swapped love for the idea of loss. Death is not the opposite of Life. Birth is. Life has no opposite…
At its essence, the message of the loved and revered Spiritual Masters who have passed was:
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When you ask yourself, “Why would s/he do that?” Where is that answer going to come from? Is it going to come from him/her? No! It’s going to come from you. It’s going to be the reasons why you would have done it…
If you are asking the question, then the answer is: this is not it. But the question falling away is also not enough. One can realize that they are not a thought, not any thought, and questions will subside. But do you know who you are?
…alter ego (Latin, “the other I”) is a second self, which is believed to be distinct from a person’s normal or original personality. But what is a “normal” or “original” personality? We often think of personality as “who we are,” (and so we don’t like it to change.) But personality is not something static. Is your personality the same as when you were 10 years old?
Many people think being “spiritual” is working on themselves within. But spirituality has nothing to do with inner work, because: There is no separate self within. That’s not to say that you don’t exist.
What is unconsciousness, in the spiritual context? It’s not like when you get put under for surgery. Today a client said, “Something happened on our call yesterday.” I asked, “What?” They replied, “Maybe you didn’t notice. I started to get more anxious as we were talking. Started crying. Started to let thoughts take over, which I realized is my issue.”
People think you have to suffer to wake up. They hear what happened with Eckhart Tolle and Byron Katie. How they suffered. But it’s not just the suffering they have in common. And suffering wasn’t the key commonality.