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Dropping the Delusion of Me

October 1, 2018

Excerpt: Sat Yoga is the irrevocable gift of the “I”, the “me”, and the “mine”, to the Supreme Absolute Consciousness. Have you given that gift? Until that gift has been given—irrevocably—one cannot be considered a yogi. In exchange for that gift, one receives the Supreme and Absolute Consciousness, in exchange. And one receives freedom from one’s past, from one’s traumas, from one’s limitation, from all of one’s self-images, from all of the patterns of misbehavior, and from all of the forms of suffering that come with the ego-mind..

 

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An ashram is an abode for Sat Yogis. Before one can be a Sat Yogi must have become a Sannyasi. A Sannyasi is a renunciate. The Sannyas is the manifestation externally of the yoga that then is achieved internally.

 

Sat Yoga is the irrevocable gift of the “I”, the “me”, and the “mine”, to the Supreme Absolute Consciousness. Have you given that gift? Until that gift has been given—irrevocably—one cannot be considered a yogi. In exchange for that gift, one receives the Supreme and Absolute Consciousness, in exchange. And one receives freedom from one’s past, from one’s traumas, from one’s limitation, from all of one’s self-images, from all of the patterns of misbehavior, and from all of the forms of suffering that come with the ego-mind.

 

But until one has given that gift, one remains in the narcissistic illusion of a very petty level of consciousness, that can never escape its lack. And can never live in freedom from its bipolarity, its internal multiple conflicts, and its tendency—to crash, to melt down, to break down—because it has refused its connection to the source of life, of love, and of power. And thus, it has consigned itself to a life of symptomatic suffering—suffering that will take place