TUG OF WAR WITHIN - 26

TUG OF WAR WITHIN - 26

Published on 26 June 2021

Are the natures of mind intellect different? Are their goals different? What is the nature of the world? What is difference between objective and subjective mind? Why still the mind? Can the Self be the object of the senses? Why should we be free of thoug

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Hari Om!
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Dispassion series - 26
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TUG OF WAR WITHIN
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Discussion - 26 Intellect reminds brother that their goal is the same to be free but their natures are opposed to each other. It's own nature is to be still where as his nature is to wander through the senses into the world of names and forms, of things and beings and revel there. Don't you know every thing is changing there is unreal and ends in sorrow?
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By facing the ever changing objective world you, objective mind are becoming restless. Since I, face the Self, I am called the subjective mind and desire to remain still. Why don't you look at me? Unless you face within, you cannot get the reflection of the Self in you. Unless you stop playing with the sense objects, like in deep sleep, where there is no sorrow, you will remain restless, obsessed with actions, both physical and mental.
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Intellect points out to brother that since the Self is beyond the reach of the mind and the senses, there is no other way to reach Him, but by remaining still, free from all activity physical and mental. Even knowing this, you keep wandering and never consider withdrawing from outside to turn and face within. Since the Self cannot be an object of the senses, understand clearly, that to remain free of thoughts is the means for us to reach Him.
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Hari Om!
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