Rujan Mehar Bajracha

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About Rujan Mehar Bajracha

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  1. @electroBeam @Lauritz Bewer @erik8lrl @Serotoninluv @Nahm @AwakenedSoul444 @Skanzi THANK YOU !!!
  2. I have been really busy preparing for my final exam but due to the lock down caused by the corona virus. The exam has been postponed. Since then I have started to meditate for 1 hour minimum. What about you guys here?
  3. When life begins we are tender and weak, when life ends we are stiff and rigid. All things, the grass, the trees, the animals, in life they are soft and pliant. In death they are dry and brittle; an army that cannot yield will suffer defeat and a tree that cannot bend will break. So the soft and supple are the companions of life and the stiff and unyeilding are the companions of death. Surrender brings perfection, embrace emptiness and the whole universe is yours. The sage becomes nothing and gains everything. Not displaying himself he shines forth, not promoting himself he is distinguished, not claiming reward he gains merit, not seeking glory his glory endures, he does not compete so no-one competes with him.Such a being rides upon the clouds and enters the sun, passing out of this world with ease and into the Eternal.Fear nothing, except the failure to experience your true nature.Speak nothing unless you have lived it first.The gate of heaven is wide open, without a single obstruction before it. I sometimes wonder when I will wake up? Wake up to see that there is truly nothing to fear. I sometimes wonder whether I am a man dreaming that I am a butterfly, or am I a butterfly dreaming I am a man? What can I say that hasn’t already been said? What can I do that hasn’t already been done? The joy is simply in the Being. Not being this or that. I like watching the sun in the morning. And the moon watches over me at night.
  4. @Inliytened1 God realization doesn't exist it is you.
  5. The way of zen by Alan Watts
  6. I am just curious, enlightenment occurs suddenly but after the day it vanishes. Can enlightenment last longer or forever?
  7. @Truth Addict Any other suggestion.
  8. @bejapuskas The experience was not crazy but it was smooth like dissolving into something.
  9. @bejapuskas Do you believe in it and haven't you tried it yet? How do you know that true self is a the truth then? Can you elaborate pls.
  10. @Anna1 Then won't it be easier to let go of ego in a early stage?
  11. @Truth Addict That was very helpful, thank you.
  12. @Telepresent Yes, you are right I live in a similar society like your's and i hadn't thought about going all in.
  13. @fewrocker But somewhere in my heart, something is saying to go all in. What can I do with that? I think it's my problem,isn't it?