Pointers to Reality
themes: Nonduality, Kashmir Shaivism, Buddhism, Advaita Vedanta, Sufism, Meditation, Yoga, Tantra, Gurdjieff, Awakening Technologies, Mindfulness, randoms.
Let anger be there, let it happen, but be fully alert to what is happening. Remain loose, natural, aware, WATCHING what is happening. By and by, you will see many things have simply
disappeared, they don’t happen any more – and without making any effort on your part. You never tried to kill them and they have simply disappeared.
When one is aware, anger by and by disappears. It becomes simply stupid – not bad, remember, because ”bad” is a loaded value. It becomes simply stupid! It is not that because it is bad you don’t move into it, it is simply foolish; it is not a sin, but simply stupid. Greed disappears, it is stupid. Jealousy disappears, it is stupid.
Be empty, loose and natural. Let that be the most fundamental principle in your life."
Look at it this way: for an irreligious person, everything is unholy; for so-called religious persons something is holy, something is unholy. For tantra, everything is holy.
One Christian missionary was with me a few days ago and he said, ”God created the world.” So I asked him, ”Who created sin?” He said, ”The devil.”
Then I asked him, ”Who created the devil?” Then he was at a loss. He said, ”Of course, God created the devil.”
The devil creates sin and God creates the devil. Then who is the real sinner – the devil or God?
But the dualist conception always leads to such absurdities. For tantra God and the devil are not two. Really, for tantra there is nothing that can be called ”devil”, everything is divine, everything is holy. And this seems to be the right standpoint, the deepest. If anything is unholy in this world, from where does it come and how can it be?"
Today I will accept whatever arises as if I had chosen it.
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