Wednesday, May 30, 2012

How to inquire!

Many times at satsangs I have so many questions to ask but fail to know how to phrase my questions. And, when faced with a question I don't know how to explore it and dig deeper into its source to find the Truth of it. Do you know what I mean? -------------------------------------- The human life is itself a Living Question. It is called a 'Living Question' because it is forever in us and experienced as a pebble in our shoe which we can feel but can't remove. It is a feeling we are missing something or somehow don't feel good enough. Believe it or not, every human being suffers from a Living Question until they wake up and find there never was one. A question is a Quest (seeking) and the seeking happens because there is the thought that we are NOT complete. This sense of incompletion is a subtle feeling of inadequacy or discomfort or nagging lack in our outlook, and yet, it is a deception of the ego believing you are a human rather than BEING playing the human role. You can learn to explore a question by knowing certain facts (facts which are obvious). Here are the facts 1. Life is holographic and therefore Oneness...there is no separation. 2. Time and space do not exist and this is shown in Skyping someone in another far-off country. 3. There is only here and NOW! Based on the three above watch the following video and explore 4 questions with me in this following video satsang:

1 comment:

Sarah Gazala said...

There is most definitely an art to asking a question. Once the questions asked, expect to receive and if you surrender to the question the answer will reveal itself in a synchronistic fashion. The perfect, time, place and lesson to leaner the answer. Be aware and ready to receive when asking a question.
Blessings,
Sarah :0)