Author Topic: Self Inquiry AS Explained by Annamalai Swami  (Read 1352 times)

srkudai

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Self Inquiry AS Explained by Annamalai Swami
« on: November 04, 2009, 05:49:48 PM »
Page 301, Living by the words of Bhagavan.

When the breath is still, mind is also still. One can watch either the breath or the mind as a sadhana. If it is done properly both will begin to subside. But more effective method is to be aware of the one who is watching the breath or the mind. if we know at all times what it is that is doing the witnessing, we can simply let it all be as it is [mind/breath]. If we can be secure in this knowledge there is no need to direct the meditation in any way. why? because in that state we know that nothing which appears changes or moves can affect us. 

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Re: Self Inquiry AS Explained by Annamalai Swami
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2009, 06:53:16 PM »
Dear srkudai,

Very nice.
The following thing comes to my mind:

Be aware of the inner body,
Be aware of the inner space,
Be aware of the inner witness,
Be free in awareness itself.

Om shanti.
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