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Friday, January 30, 2015

Disinterest is different from aversion...

Aversion is intense dislikes, hatred, or rejection towards certain qualities of names and forms, and be disturbed or determined by the qualities of names and forms that it likes and dislikes, wants and don't wants, agreements and disagreements to feel good, happy and satisfy, or not.

Disinterest is not the same as aversion. One who is disinterested in worldly objects of names and forms but is free from craving and aversion, doesn't be disturbed nor determined by any qualities of names and forms, as one doesn't generate craving nor aversion towards any qualities of names and forms.

Disinterest towards worldly passionate desires, activities and enjoyments comes naturally when one starts to see the truth of the worldly objects of names and forms.

One stops chasing after worldly objects of names and forms, as one realized there is no real satisfaction in the fleeting good and happy feelings coming from attaining the worldly objects of names and forms that it likes and wants, or by gratifying the desires of craving and aversion.

One doesn't need to feel good, or happy, or confident, or meaningfulness, when one realized 'I'-lessness, or ego-lessness, or selflessness.

One is peaceful and happy as one is. One doesn't need to feel confident or meaningful about oneself or one's existence. The search for peace and happiness is no longer exist, as one is peaceful and happy as one is, undetermined by any qualities of names and forms, while living in the world of names and forms, and performing all its actions, duties and responsibilities without any attachment nor identification.

Om shanti.

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