Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Most of the Gurus and Yogis s approach was more practical, and they stuck with the reality of the 'I'***




Many Gurus describes to perfection is the awakening to Reality ~the realization that pure Consciousness alone is, that the perpetually fluctuating and evanescent contents of the mind derive from it. This awakening effectively happens in an instant. But in order for the lightning flash to take place, resulting in a firm and unshakable certitude, a long labour is necessary, which they seem to underestimate. “Truth is a formless is their answer.

 Many Gurus teaching seems essentially negative, a potent but bitter medicine for those imprisoned by institutional cults. They break the disciples bonds but then lead him to a vast desert where he abandons him.

The ultimate state of consciousness they e describes is that of the traditional sage or fully enlightened being, but they do not show us the process leading to the realization of this state. They describe marvellously the goal but does not indicate the steps to be taken: their recurring phrases "unified consciousness" and "let go" and "'love alone" are not a road-map.


Most of the Gurus and Yogis s approach was more practical, and they stuck with the reality of the 'I', they take it as real. All their teachings of Advaita, is based on the dualistic perspective. 
For the wise who realize everything as consciousness, what is there to meditate or not to meditate, what to speak or not to speak, what to do or not to do?

Only the Soul or the consciousness is Real and all else is an illusion. Only your constant remembrance will allow you, one day, to realize  what truth  really is,  and, in so doing realize the ‘Self .
The exercise in discrimination between real and unreal and renunciation of the false, is real meditation. 
Sage Sankara says: ~ there is no need to study the Scriptures, in order to realize the ultimate truth or Brahman

~  then why you indulge in studying the scriptures.

Sage Sankara says: ~ there is no need to study philosophy, in order to realize the ultimate truth or Brahman

~  then why you indulge in studying the philosophy.

Sage Sankara says: ~ there is no need to indulge rituals, in order to realize the ultimate truth or Brahman

 ~ then why you indulge in rituals.

Sage Sankara says: ~ there is no need to indulge yoga, in order to realize the ultimate truth or Brahman

~  then why you indulge in yoga.

Sage Sri, Sankara says the transparent Truth of the Self, which is hidden by the illusion, is to be attained through the instructions of a knower of Brahman, (Gnani) 

 ~ then why you are sticking a Guru who is not a Gnani.

Sage Sri, Sankara says The exercise in discrimination between real and unreal and renunciation of the false is real meditation, then  why yo are indulging in other type of meditation. Such teaching will not yield the truth of the whole.