|Subject: a correction|
|‘Egolessness‘ has to be understood properly. A human being can function fully when he is not reflecting on himself but puts his attention on the wholeness of life and becomes integrated with it physically. Then the ‘outside‘ and the ‘inside‘ of a man are the same thing. No ego is required when one does not self-reflect. It is incessant self-reflection that causes the suffering. Break the mirror of self-reflection and look outwardly, not caring what happens to you, and you will have dropped the ego, because the ego is simply a long thought, which has been interrupted.|
The ego will return, and depart, and return, until one day, it will depart forever. Then the body is empty, and the awareness, the consciousness, has merged with all.
I think, therefore I am; there is no thought, therefore I am not.
|Posted by: Tim on 3 Oct. 2011|
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