This passage by Kerri Lake reminds me of what I learned from my dad: Yatha dristi tatha sristi. The world appears as you see it. If my sight is clear the world looks clear. When I look at the world with eyes filled with" me against you "or "what is there for me ", my life shrinks and I get disconnected with the essence of life which I call unitive consciousness or my true nature.
All of us have two eyes to see the outer world and to be connected with outer world and for survival. We also have an invisible third eye-trinertra- to see the light within that liberates us from self-created conflict, darkness and bondage.
As a human being I do have a need to survive and be safe physically, mentally, emotionally and relationally. When I do not get stuck with the survival level and go beyond that level I feel the vastness of the clear sky with no restricting boundaries. It is an experience of onenees, of freedom and living life fully. To me life is a journey, an onging process of learning, growing and developing. This is the way i get connected with essence of life. I know who I am and that's a blessing.
Jagdish P Dave
On Jun 16, 2022Praveen Kumar wrote :
As long as I identify with the seed, tree and the fruits, the survival of my tree identity would depend upon whether there are customers for my fruits and I would live in a survival mode. But the moment it is revealed to me that I am not the seed but the nurturer who enable seed's growth, suddenly all trees look like me...my identity expanded, I am one with with everything around me...this perspective of leading life is like turning survival inside out, then what is outside in (all the resources needed for seed to grow - light, water, air etc.) is viewed as complimenting inside out and that's how life works...we breath out (inside out) and breath in (outside in)...both goes in a rhythm!