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Self-inquiry articles


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Greetings fellow seekers!

I hope you are enjoying your experiences with us here on the forum today.

If you are interested in the practice of self-inquiry boy do I have a site for you.

Many more links than you are ever likely to click on ...

Here's a taste of JUST one of the articles -

Continuous attentiveness will only come with long practice. If you are truly watchful, each thought will dissolve at the moment that it appears. But to reach this level of disassociation you must have no attachments at all. If you have the slightest interest in any particular thought, it will evade your attentiveness, connect with other thoughts, and take over your mind for a few seconds. This will happen more easily if you are accustomed to reacting emotionally to a particular thought.

~ quoted in David Godman, Living by the Words of Bhagavan

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It's really about where you place attention. Pay attention to your thoughts, or move attention down.