I am following two, mutually exclusive belief systems. This is stupid enough but unavoidable for the time being.
Most of the time I go about living my life on automatic pilot. …Read More
My true self is not mine alone.
My essence is everyone’s essence.
If my self belonged to me alone, it would be fake.
Only indivisible wholeness is real. …Read More
We do not exist in time.
Time exists only in our mind, which in itself is timeless.
We do not exist in space.
Space exists only in our mind, which in itself has no dimensions. …Read More
The world does not exist outside my own mind. What appears to me as a world is at every moment the faithful representation of my thoughts. …Read More
I am not a victim of my past, unless I choose to let the ego run my mind — which is what I usually do because the ego does not want me to remember that I really have a choice in lending the power of my mind — the immeasurable strength of my belief — to either the fear of ego or the Love of God. …Read More
Most of what we learn in life is not really worth remembering. That realization is in itself a great relief. If you then also happen to find that you’re never too old to learn about everything that does not matter at all, your life is becoming lighter, and also more meaningful. …Read More
If I really want to stick to the facts, I can only say, “I don’t know whether I exist.”
Is there really such a thing as a self? And even if there is, I don’t know whether there’s a real world outside my own mind. …Read More
The stories I tell make my past, my future, my world.
The world is not something solid: it’s made up only of the stories I’m telling myself.
Everything that happens is a projection of the mind. …Read More