1 MAR’ 2021 Intensive Course YTT, Norris centre (Atman)

Spirituality is a broad concept with room for many perspectives. It includes a sense of connection to something bigger than ourselves, and it typically involves a search for meaning in life. I am seeking the Atman in me because of my curiosity of realization, am I the Shiva?

I am not the mind, the intellect, the ego or the memory. I am not the ears, the skin, the nose or the eyes.

I am not space, not earth, not fire, water or wind. I am the form of consciousness and bliss.

I am the eternal Shiva.

I am not the breath, nor the five elements. I am not matter, nor the five sheaths of consciousness, nor am I the speech, the hands, or the feet. I am the form of consciousness and bliss.

I am the eternal Shiva.

There is no like or dislike in me, no greed or delusion. I know not pride or jealousy.

I have no duty, no desire for wealth, lust or liberation. I am the form of consciousness and bliss.

I am the eternal Shiva.

No virtue or vice, no pleasure or pain. I need no mantras, no pilgrimage, no scriptures or rituals.

I am not the experienced, nor the experience itself. I am the form of consciousness and bliss.

I am the eternal Shiva.

I have no fear of death, no caste or creed. I have no father, no mother, for I was never born.

I am not a relative, nor a friend, nor a teacher nor a student. I am the form of consciousness and bliss.

I am the eternal Shiva.

I am devoid of duality, my form is formlessness. I exist everywhere, pervading all senses.

I am neither attached, neither free nor captive. I am the form of consciousness and bliss.

I am the eternal Shiva.

Spirituality recognizes that our role in life has a greater value than what we do every day. It can relieve you from dependence on material things and help you to understand your life’s greater purpose. Spirituality can also be used as a way of coping with change or uncertainty. I am still seeking the  The conceptual understanding that I am Brahman does not serve the purpose. The realization happens only in the complete absence of delusion. That is why i am often reminded not to be understood is Brahman is a state of my mind ?My karma ? or our godliness thoughts and actions in our routines without any expectations. I am still seeking and hungry to learn more….

 

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