I just had a Link forwarded to me by my son.
The link is provided at the end of the blog.
What was shocking is the confusion of thoughts masquerading as Teachings which will confuse the already confused ones who happen to come across pieces like this.
Kindly read what you see but check out facts with authoritative sources before attempting to follow them.
This applies to my writings as well, not that I teach.
If God were to be in everything we see and because God is in my Mind, how is it that ‘Nothing I see means anything’?
What is ‘attack thought’?
What do you want to see differently if what ‘Nothing I see means anything’
What is a ‘neutral thought?
If You are invulnerable how does your ‘attack thoughts ‘attack your invulnerability?
Seems to me a confusion of Ayn Rand,Kierkegaard,Jean Pal Sartre and Indian Philosophy thrown in haphazardly.
Mind is an organ just like other organs like eyes etc.
It receives information as a store house.
It does not discriminate.
Discrimination is the function of the intellect which ascribes values to thoughts.
The world is what it is .
At the same time it ceases its relevance when you realize your SELF-you can substitute it with God now, considering the thoughts you have.
Mind, World etc. are the Attributes of God/Reality.
Then why do we experience pleasure,pain,inconsistencies in the world?
The answer is Nescience or Avidya at the individual level and Maya at the Universal level.
The world of things always ‘is’
The delusion is due to the interplay of senses with the finer matter called ‘Thanmaathras’.
I recommend Swami Vivekananda‘s Works for the beginner and a little later essentials of Hinduism by Professor Hiriyanna,Six Systems of Indian Philosophy by Prof.Das Gupta.
Reference may be taken to Srimad Bhagavad Gita under the guidance of one who knows Indian philosophy.
Also The Bible without commentary,The Koran without reference to interpretations -straight.
May I suggest that original sources of Masters or justification for teachings(?) be incorporated in the blog as people under pressure may not be depressed further by a confused Mind.
I can write a detailed reply but I can not because of space constraints.
If queries are posted I will be happy to assist.
Today we are continuing to develop the theme of cause and effect. You are not the victim of the world you see because you invented it. You can give it up as easily as you made it up. You will see it or not see it, as you wish. While you want it you will see it; when you no longer want it, it will not be there for you to see.
The world you see is your invention. You have made up everything you see and you sustain the world through your thoughts about it. Every idea you have about what you see is simply wrong. The reason is:
1. Nothing I see means anything
2. I have given what I see all the meaning it has for me
3. I do not understand anything I see
4. These thoughts do not mean anything
5. I am never upset for the reason I think
6. I am upset because I see what is not there
7. I see only the past
8. My mind is preoccupied with past thoughts
9. I see nothing as it is now
10. My thoughts do not mean anything
11. My meaningless thoughts are showing me a meaningless world.
12. I am upset because I see a meaningless world
13. A meaningless world engenders fear
14. God did not create a meaningless world
15. My thoughts are images that I have made
16. I have no neutral thoughts
17. I see no neutral things
18. I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my seeing
19. I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my thoughts
20. I am determined to see
21. I am determined to see things differently
22. What I see is a form of vengeance
23. I can escape from this world by giving up attack thoughts.
24. I do not perceive my own best interest
25. I do not know what anything is for
26. My attack thoughts are attacking my invulnerability
27. Above all else I want to see
28. Above all else I want to see differently
29. God is in everything I see
30. God is in everything I see because God is in my mind
31. I am not the victim of the world I see
32. I have invented the world I see.