Friday, September 25, 2009
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
day I came across a young man who felt he had been insulted and
mistrusted. He just smiled and said – ‘It’s okay, I am transparent’,
although seeing tears in his eyes it showed that he was hurt and felt sad.
If the mind still hasn’t detached from the ego and names and forms yet, we
can use this saying to help us to go through difficult situations and to
train the mind to become stronger and not bother about any insult or
Transparent might be used to explain namelessness and formlessness, but even being labeled as ‘transparent’ is also a name and form. It is still bound by name and form. The person who said this still felt hurt, but was also trying to be strong at the same time. There is still “a word”, or “a speech”, or “an action” being recognized as an insult, but the person tries to endure or ignore the insult. There is still the perception of a person giving the insult and another person receiving the insult.
If we practice namelessness and formlessness, we won’t give any values to words, speech, or actions. We see all negative and positive intentions are not different, all praise and censure are the same. When a person says something bad to us in a language that we don’t recognize, what is there for us to perceive as an insult? When a person does something bad to us in the way that we don’t recognize, what is there for us to perceive as abuse?
It is because we, or the mind, gives good and bad qualities to everything that we see and hear, and makes us feel praised or insulted. It is the ego that likes praise very much but strongly rejects insults. If the mind is free from the ego, we will not be affected by what we see or hear. That is similar to the meaning of namelessness and formlessness. It is not that we can’t see or don't hear anything. The action is there, the sound is there, but if we give them no meaning at all, then “where” is the praise and “what” is the insult? If we are selfless, then “who” is being praised or insulted? When we realized non-separateness where we are not separated from all, then “who” is there giving praise or insults? If there is praise or insult, ‘I’ am the one who give it to ‘myself’.
We can’t deny that we have a body to experience pain and pleasure. We have a life to live. We have duties and responsibilities that we need to carry out. We have family and friends that need our attention, love and care. We have happy feelings and unhappy feelings. Everyone, including rich and famous people, has to go through all these so called life experiences, including those people who chose to renounce the world and become a Sannyasin – a monk or a nun, except their duty and responsibility now is towards everybody and not just towards their families and friends. Sannyasin also have feelings, but one of their duties towards themselves is to detach from the thoughts, feelings and emotions, and not be affected by them.
Not being affected by our feelings doesn’t mean ignoring them or suppressing them, but by not identifying with them and letting them pass away.
Real detachment is not about letting go of our relationship with our family or our partner, or being irresponsible towards our family and our work, unless all kinds of worldly duties and responsibilities have come to an end.
It is letting go of the expectation and judgment towards our loved ones, so that their actions and reactions will not determine or affect our tranquility, clarity, faith, practice, self-improvement and self-control.
Real detachment is the mind detaching from its own modification of the mind, the thoughts, the ego, the physical body and the senses of sight, sound, smell, taste, touch and thinking. Once the mind is detached from all these ‘things’ that is happening within the body, then whatever the mind perceives outside this body will not affect this mind at all. Everything out there will have no power to make us happy or unhappy.
And it doesn’t matter if we are with somebody or on our own, or whether we have a family life or are single and independent, or whether we renounce the world or live in the world. Our faith and the meaning of life remain the same, our spiritual understanding and the goal of all spiritual practice remains the same.
It is not about neglecting or denying our life or what we are doing. It is about living in the world but not being affected by all the ups and downs in our life and all that is happening in the world. We see all beings are equal and everything that happens in the world is the same. Detach from the duality of praise and censure, heat and cold, likes and dislikes, cravings and aversions, happiness and suffering, beauty and ugliness, young and old, strong and weak, good health and bad health, rich and poor, gain and loss, birth and death.
Detachment from duality of whatever the mind perceives through the senses is true detachment. We are being fooled and blinded by the ignorance in our own mind and the ego all the time. It is not the smart intellect that can give us peace of mind - in fact it gives us so many troubles, fears and worries.
Letting go of troubles, fears and worries that make us so tensed and anxious all the time is the real detachment.
To annihilate the ego and egoism, is the essence of all detachment.
It is because of the ego that we need to practice detachment in order to transcend suffering. Without the ego, there is no suffering, there is no need for detachment and there is no need for Yoga practice. The world is okay, life is okay, everyone and everything is fine without this ego.
It is because of the ego that we have likes and dislikes, anger, greed, lust, jealousy, arrogance, hurt, dissatisfaction, disappointment, unhappiness, bitterness and low self esteem, feel good or feel bad about ourselves and towards other people. It is because of the ego, we think that we are very good or not good enough. It is because of the ego that we want ‘this’ and don’t want ‘that’.
All this makes us
suffer and feel unhappy, whereas in fact ‘thinking’ that all our suffering
is the fault of people and events out there, is what make us suffer and
It is due to fears and worries that we want to be in power and in control of everything. If we truly understand the law of nature, we will stop wanting to control how things are, because we will have no more fears and worries, but we will have control over our own self and not desire to control anybody or anything outside of us. Our willpower is stronger than our mind, the ego and everything that can influence us.
A wise man will not try to manipulate or hypnotize anyone to do anything, even if it is out of a good intention because if manipulation or hypnotization works, people in the world could easily be manipulated or hypnotized to be good, to do good and the world would be in peaceful harmony. There wouldn’t be any wars or crimes. Even though there were many saints and sages, like Buddha, in the world before, but they didn’t use their power of enlightenment to manipulate or hypnotize anybody to listen to them and turn everybody into good people and take away people’s suffering with their great power.
There would be no
suffering in this world and no bad people in the world if any
enlightened being could manipulate and hypnotize everybody easily with
the power of hypnotism, to make the world into a peaceful harmonious place.
They did not.
Because of the law of nature, the law of karma and the Truth do not run by this way.
No doubt that the compassion and wisdom from an enlightened person might can touch people’s hearts, but it is up to everyone to think on their own, to act and to speak on one’s will. Everyone is the choreographer of their own destiny. If Buddha could have stopped all wars, violence, hatred, discrimination, selfishness, greed, corruption and suffering with certain influencing power, he would have done it. But he didn’t, as it's not possible.
Any action that is other than working on our own self-control is not the real practice for achieving liberation. Any so called short-cut that uses a certain type of manipulation or hypnotism or drug therapy which acts as an external element to influence our mind or to control our thoughts, actions and speech, but not through self-inquiry, self-effort, self-control, purification and detachment, is not the path of self-realization.
If a person sees some kind of image or hears some kind of sound in his attempt for achieving enlightenment by using external forces to help him and becomes attached to these phenomena, he might still be miserable and craving for more supernatural experiences by using such external forces. This is very far away from the Truth and self-realization.
If a person does all sorts of actions under hypnotism or under the influence of drugs without his own willpower to control his body and mind, and cannot perform the same actions without this external force, then this is certainly not the practice for self-realization, even if that action is supposed to be good for him.
Hypnotism is about influencing the energy fields in the body and mind, and manipulating the mind – it is an external force and causes temporary effect. If our mind is being controlled or influenced by an external force, it is not self-realization.
It is worst when some people with evil intention use the technique of hypnotism to rob somebody’s money or belongings.
Anything that arises, changes and passes away – momentary, impermanent or temporary, that changes selflessly, is not real. Using drugs or hypnotism to help someone to get temporary relief from painful feelings or to perform certain actions or to experience something that is supernatural is not wrong - but it is not the end of suffering or the goal of our practice, simply because it can’t permanently remove our ignorance - the cause of suffering. It can’t root out our ego, fears, worries, attachment, likes and dislikes, and it doesn’t destroy all our accumulated karma. It can’t liberate us from the cycle of birth and death – the inevitable suffering of restless impermanent changes of the selfless body and modification of the mind.
It is intuitional wisdom that leads us to liberation.
It is willpower and self-control - beyond all attributes, qualities, energies, elements, actions and inactions, dualities, names and forms, which will free us from suffering permanently.
Prana affects or moves the modification of the mind, or the state of the mind, the modification of the mind influences the action and speech, but we learn to go beyond the modification of the mind, by purifying and disciplining and quieting the function of the mind. When our willpower is stronger than the function of the mind (through self-control or self-restraint), the Prana (energy) no longer influences the state of the mind and our willpower is the controller of our action and speech. The Prana is influenced by the 3 Gunas – Sattva, Rajas and Tamas. Sattva makes us feel calm and peaceful, rajas makes us feel passionate, ambitious, restless and energetic, and Tamas makes us feel lazy, dull and negative. Our body and mind are governed by these Gunas (energy). Vedanta teaches us to go beyond these 3 Gunas, go beyond the energy field, and have total self-control over the body and mind. We should continue practice until we realize oneness, where there is no internal or external influences, because there is no separateness.
Real beneficial action for anybody should be done by oneself, under one’s willpower and with complete self-awareness.
Self-reliance and self-control is the path towards liberation, absolute freedom. If we need to depend on anybody or anything external to be ‘liberated’, it won’t be real liberation. This is the advice from all the saints and sages in the past.
Even though we are very successful in life and have done whatever we wanted to do in life, we will still be discontented and feel meaningless if we attached to the worldly achievements and happiness that are conditional and impermanent to make us feel good about ourselves and our life. Even if we attached to spiritual achievements that are also conditional and impermanent in order to make us feel meaningful and feel good will also bring us suffering. It is because all these will change and disappear.
Our sense of self-worth needs to hold on to certain thing or faith to makes us feel good and happy, or feel meaningful in life. This is very normal. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this. But what will happen to us if this thing is not available to us anymore, or if the faith that we hold on to is not there anymore? We will collapse, unhappy, depressed and feel meaningless.
It is because there is an attachment. We attached to something that is perishable and not real in order to give us happiness, and to have a sense of self-worth or a meaningful life.
If we really want to transcend suffering, we need to learn how to become independent without attaching to anything at all in this world of limited mind perception of selfless impermanent names and forms to make us feel full, worthy, content and meaningful.
We don’t need to do anything to show to anyone and to prove to anybody that we are good, or we have certain values or purposes. We don’t need to feel that we are being needed by someone to have a sense of self-worth and to give us some meaning or purpose in life.
We don’t even need to crave for love from anybody, but can give pure love (void of selfish desire, lust and passion) without identification and expectation because we all are not separated from the unlimited love itself if we realized the Truth of selflessness. When we stop identity ourselves with the selfless body, the selfless mind, the non-existent ego, the selfless intellect, the selfless senses and our selfless life existence, this selfless impermanent existence is not different and not separated from the nature - the earth, the sun, the wind, the water and the space. The nature allows every living beings and everything to be in it and utilize its resources for the basic need to be existing. Nature gives unconditionally without beginning and without ending. Its power to be powering all and everything in this space of the universe, is unlimited and unconditional. There is no differentiation of likes and dislikes, birth and death, happiness and unhappiness, good people and bad people, good happenings and bad happenings, animals and human beings, beautiful and ugliness, or cleanliness and dirtiness. There is no duality - all and everything is the one same nature of selflessness and impermanence, no differences and no special privileges, no superiority or inferiority. The nature accepts everything as it is, not controlling anything, and has no selfish intention at all. The nature has no attachment or identification towards its actions, or its impermanent condition, or the consequences of its actions. It has no identity, no selfishness, no jealousy, no anger, no hatred, no differentiation, no ego, no pride, no self-esteem, no sense of purpose, no happiness, no unhappiness… it has no qualities at all. Everything is just being what they are. There is no past. There is no future.
If we, this ignorant thinking mind, realized this, there is no fear, worry, conflict, cravings and aversions, likes and dislikes, grief and sorrow, pleasurable enjoyment or painful suffering, happiness or unhappiness. Other people might still be disagreeing with us, and want to have conflict or argument with us, but we don’t have any conflict or argument with them, even if we disagree with them. We are full, content, and immovable. This unconditional peacefulness and contentment is not achieved by acquiring anything from the outside, but it's by letting go of everything, not controlling anything out there to be or not to be in certain way, but having firm self-control in our own thoughts, actions and speech. Our own self is the only thing that we can have control of, and will give us peace of mind if the thoughts, actions and speech are being well controlled. If we try to control anything other than our own thoughts, actions and speech, we will be in trouble and suffering. We will be creating problems for ourselves.
We cannot control the selfless impermanent changes in our body and outside our body - the breathing, the heart beat, the pleasant and unpleasant sensations that arise and pass away unceasingly, the senses coming in contact with the objects of the senses, the nature's law of cause and effect governing all and everything and the condition and situation in the world, and how other people think, feel, act, react, express and speak. The one thing that we can do is let them be, and let things being what they are. And then we will not generate any problem or conflict and unhappiness in ourselves and to other people.
We cannot stop the thoughts and feelings that keep arising and passing away unceasingly in our mind, but we can stay detached, not identify or associate with it. And then, let it disappears by itself eventually. Not trying to reject uncomfortable feelings or holding on to comfortable feelings. Just being aware of their existence, but give no value to them. Not to categorize them into ‘good’ and ‘bad’, ‘comfortable’ and ‘uncomfortable’, and not generate likes and dislikes, craving and aversion, and also no need to react towards them.
By bringing the awareness focusing on the breath without trying to control the breath or change anything, and keeping the attention or focus in the present moment at all time, will help us to detach from any feelings and sensations that arise in our body and mind. Whenever we find that our awareness has wandered away to the thoughts or the feelings, without feeling frustrated, very gently we bring the awareness back to the breathing, back to the present moment, focusing on what we are doing now and where we are now. By keep doing this, we will find that actually there are no problem that is troubling us now, and there are no past pleasant and unpleasant memories and future wild anticipations and imaginations that can disturb us, disturb our tranquility and peacefulness.
The outgoing tendency of the mind will make us feel curious and anxious about the things outside. It wants to know, to see, to hear, to smell, to taste, to think and to feel about everything. It will continue to pull our attention away from what we are doing and where we are now at the present moment. We should not struggle with it, and patiently we bring the awareness back to what we are doing now. Slowly this exercise or training will become natural and effortless, and it doesn’t request much effort to keep the awareness to stay in the present moment. This is what gives us calmness. But even this state of calmness we also cannot attach onto, because this state of peacefulness will change also. If we attached onto the state of calmness, we will be very disappointed, irritated and unhappy when this state of calmness is being disturbed or disappeared.
If we can let go of the state of disturbance caused by unpleasant thoughts and feelings, and be able to let go of the state of calmness as well, then we will be in a state of unconditional peacefulness and happiness. We don’t need anything to give us the meaning of life, the sense of self-worth, or confidence. We are what we are. I am what I am.
It doesn’t matter at all with how other people think of us, do to us, or say to us. There is no praise or censure that can affect us or influence us. There is no need to have judgment, criticism, comparison and competition with other people or with our own self. We don’t need to challenge ourselves to do anything or to achieve anything. We don’t need to prove to ourselves or to other people.
If we depend on something that will change to be in happiness and to have the sense of self-worth, and are attaching strongly to that happiness and sense of self-worth, but when this dependency is being taken away by impermanence, we will be lost in disappointment and unhappiness. Such like, many people’s faith or happiness is built on material possession and enjoyment, accumulation of success and wealth, sensual pleasurable enjoyments, fame and popularity, being loved and admired by others, having strong and healthy physical body, intelligence and achievements in education, success in business or career, having good family ties, good relationship and friendship, and having a strong religion belief or spiritual practice under certain belief or teacher.
But all these are conditioned by our limited perception and impermanence, and will go through impermanent changes eventually, and is unsatisfying. We cannot be truly contented, if we rely on all these impermanent objects and names and forms to give us satisfaction and meanings of life.
When we teach yoga to other people, we are doing something very meaningful in life sharing the wisdom of Yoga with others and might be able to help some people to come out from suffering, but we also need to remain detached from our action of teaching yoga and the fruit of the action of teaching yoga. It is not that we deny ourselves, or being hard on ourselves, but it is the only thing that will free us from unhappiness and suffering.
If we feel good and happy about ourselves and our life existence when the students have learnt something from us, and they are being grateful, and will take Yoga practice more seriously from now on, this means we are still being conditioned by this attachment towards the action and the fruit of actions. It is a good thing when the students are benefited after taking some lessons from us. And there is nothing wrong at all to feel great about that. But we should stay detached from all these as well. Then we will be 'safe', and not being caught up in the fruit of action.
When the students start to decline in their practice, or they criticize about our teaching, and didn’t have interest in our teaching, or they encounter difficulty in certain yoga practice and hurt themselves during taking classes under us, this will make us feel bad about ourselves and be guilty and unhappy, if we have attachment towards the fruit of our actions. And then, it will destroy our faith in Yoga and our practice, and destroy the sense of meaningfulness in ourselves and in life existence.
Of course we should be responsible for our action and the consequences of our action. If we are not experience enough, or made some mistakes, or being careless, then we should be responsible for the consequences that arise, and should make some corrections to improve ourselves.
But the real lesson is not about this.
It is about our self-worth or faith should not be depending on satisfaction and happiness coming from any type of success and achievement in any fields, or depending on recognition, agreement, compliment and appreciation from anybody.
If we think that our life is so meaningful and are happy because we feel that we had helped somebody by doing something really good and meaningful, then very soon we will be losing this feeling of meaningfulness and happiness when we receive some bad and negative feedback from the students, or when we are not able to share Yoga with others anymore due to certain unavoidable reason.
Unless we have no attachment towards any of these things at all, then we will not be affected by all the good and bad results deriving from our actions.
That is real detachment, and is free from dissatisfaction and unhappiness.
True happiness is not the happy feelings that we feel when something good is happening or when our wishes come true. This momentary sense of happiness will come to an end and disappear after some times, and we will be unhappy and feel meaningless when this feeling of happiness is gone.
If we need to do something good to make us feel meaningful, and we will feel meaningless if we are not doing those good actions, then we are being bound by this dependency, and caught up in dissatisfaction and unhappiness.
It is like our Prana is being influenced by the food that we consume and by the body movement and position that we are engaging in – such like being in certain Yoga Asana. The position of the body is influencing the Prana, and this Prana is influencing our state of mind and feelings. There is nothing wrong to eat good food to make us feel happier and calmer. There is nothing wrong to practice Yoga Asana to make us feel good and relaxed. But Yoga teaches us to go beyond both good and bad feelings, go beyond the states of the mind, go beyond the energy and energy fields, not rejecting unpleasant sensations and bad feelings, and not clinging onto or craving for pleasant sensations and good feelings. The energy influences the body and the states of the mind, but the body or the states of the mind is not 'I'. The will power in the selfless thinking mind is stronger than the body and the states of the mind. And if, there is no attachment or identification arising in the mind towards the body and the states of the mind, this selfless mind that is void of the idea of 'I', is void of suffering, resting upon the selfless consciousness, and not being affected by any type of energy fields and selfless impermanent changes. Because energy and impermanence can only affect the body and the states of the mind, but it cannot affect the selfless Self, or the selfless consciousness.
If this mind doesn't know this, we will feel good, only if we eat good food and are doing certain Asana practice. But we will feel bad or don't feel good anymore, if good food is not available to us and we are not doing any Asana practice.
Realize selflessness, free from the idea of 'I', and be independent from depending of anything in this impermanent world of mind perception to be happy and confident, or not, detached from the actions and the fruit of actions, that will lead to true happiness and the real meaning of life – realizing the truth of selflessness and impermanence.
The meaning of life is not something depending on what we do or don't do, or depending on the sense of self-worth and happiness that arise from what we do and don't do, what we have and don't have, and what we experience or don't experience, but by realizing the true nature in all and everything, which is selflessness and impermanence, and be free from the ever dissatisfying passionate egoistic mind and the binding of the fruit of actions that arise from our thoughts, actions and speech.
If we depend on someone’s love and affection, this will change.
If we depend on our good feelings, this will change.
If we depend on our strength, flexibility, youthfulness, attractiveness, beauty and good health of the physical body, all these will change.
If we depend on our teacher, our parents, our partner, our children, and our family and friends, all these will change.
If we depend on success, achievements, intelligence, worldly knowledge and good memory, all these will change.
If we depend on anything at all that is limited and conditioned by this selfless body and the selfless mind, the selfless senses and all the selfless objects of the senses in this worldly life of impermannece, everything will change.
So, what is the real thing that will not change?
It is the selfless Self that all and everything rest upon, that doesn't belong to anyone and anything. It is not 'I', or 'my Self'. It is the only real permanent independent existence – no birth and no death, no beginning and no end, no good and no bad, unconditioned, unlimited, independent, free from qualities, impurities and elements. It is full and whole, pure existence, pure knowledge and pure bliss.
Let us, or this thinking mind under the influence of ignorance and egoism, stop identifying with the impermanent physical body and the conditional function and restless modification of the selfless mind. We are not this body, we are not this mind. This body is not ours, this mind is not ours. They don’t belong to us. And there is no 'us' or 'I'. This body and mind is just a selfless impermanent instrument being here to learn and return to the nature of everything – which is indestructible, non-decay and eternal.
Go beyond the selfless body, the selfless mind, the selfless intellect, the selfless senses, and the non-existing ego or the idea of 'I'. Go beyond the duality that the mind perceives through the senses.
Realize the truth of selflessness in all and everything. Realize the selfless changeless timeless birthless deathless universal Self now. There will be no more fear and worry. The mind will be free from all the turbulence of impermanent feelings and emotions, all the ups and downs in life, good and bad experiences in life.
At the end, it’s just like a very long movie, or a very long dream that we have, which gives the selfless perceptive thinking mind some experiences of impermanent changes, agreeable and disagreeable relationship and interaction, satisfaction and dissatisfaction, fear, confusion, pain, sorrow, excitement, enjoyment, suffering, happiness and unhappiness.
May we all be free.
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