Ramesh Balsekar Thoughts



We do not really live but are being lived. There is nothing anywhere but the one universal, impersonal 'I', and not a single object anywhere has any existence independent of it.

Once there is a clear apprehension that an individual human being is an inseparable part of the totality of phenomenal manifestation and that he cannot pull himself out of the totality as an independent and autonomous entity, man naturally ceases to have personal intentions. When he is convinced that living is a sort of dreaming in which he cannot have any effective control either over his circumstances or his actions therein, all his tensions cease, and a sense of total freedom takes over. He then willingly and freely accepts whatever comes his way within the totality of functioning that this dream-life is.

Ramesh Balsekar

(Source: A net of Jewels)

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