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Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2017 10:11 am
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An unofficial (fan) forum, a place to discuss the teachings of Bashar channeled by Darryl Anka (and more)
You may be able to bypass the negative ego during meditation but you'll have to refocus through it, that's why you want to heal it 'when it sleeps'.Now consistent meditation (and advaita and consistent mindfulnesss) will absolutely cure any suffering, because the suffering is caused by the negative ego, which disappears into silence and peace when the mind surrenders (more and more into) beingness
Like when the usual thought patterns and self-defense mechanisms are down, or at least lessened. Then there is less resistance and it's easier to understand how the negative ego came to be.AlwaysBeNice wrote:I do not know what you mean with trying to heal it when it sleeps and I do not see the logic in that, this is all about cultivating more awareness.
You might as well drop the trying and leave more space for the flawless, already enlightened you.AlwaysBeNice wrote:I define trying as 'doing your best without expectations'. : )
"Try" by the commonly perceived definition is usually an "attempt" at something and that can be defined asAlwaysBeNice wrote: I define trying as 'doing your best without expectations'. : )
Experiment, explore. "I am trying to write a novel" = "I am exploring writing a novel." "I am trying a new recipe" = "I am experimenting a new recipe."Rokazulu wrote:"Try" by the commonly perceived definition is usually an "attempt" at something and that can be defined asAlwaysBeNice wrote: I define trying as 'doing your best without expectations'. : )
"an act of trying to achieve something, typically one that is unsuccessful or not certain to succeed
Which is how most people view the word. So in other words, most people define it in a disempowering way and if they see the word they will think that way about it unless you clarify.
I use to define religion in the positive as something that has supreme importance. I now have dropped that word altogether and only use it when referring to an organization that follows a doctrine. Mainly, because so many people have taken that word in the negative these days that it causes more confusion than I am willing to clarify.
Wonder if we can create a word that replaces "try" so we can evolve our language as we do.