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We need to delink and de-identify

Ego is the product of wrong thought.

We all have different likes, dislikes and interests. But majority of us are forcibly taught to follow a particular kind of likes, dislikes and interests by parents, society and schools. Our minds are forcibly conditioned. Getting back to our true self is what is known as the spiritual path or self-realization.

We need to delink and de-identify. What stops us from this is false ego and fear.

This delinking has to happen where you are. It is not to happen in a secluded forest or the Himalayas.

This de-identification should happen naturally. First, you have to realize that we are traveling on the wrong path. Then we have to find out ways to reach the correct path.

Parents, education and society thrust us with expectations, false identification and there is a never-ending list of desires. When these things do not happen as planned, there is anger, frustration, destruction and all kinds of negative activities.

We need to get back our intelligence, which is hijacked by society, wrong education and by family members.

The sickness that you see around, the mad rush, anger, hatred, intolerance, frustration…all are the result of being dominated by others. We live for others.

You become bad, angry, frustrated and depressed because you are not your true self.

The moment you realize that you are being led in the wrong direction there is a kind of relief.

Now to get back in the correct direction, you need to drop fear and false ego. All those things that you considered as genuine and real in life will disappear. The first thing to drop is false relationships. The moment you identify your true self you will realize who are your real friends and partners in life.

Always live your life but remain unattached. You should not be emotionally bound.

Do not be fooled by speeches and scriptures that teaches to hate another living being. Do not become a blind follower. Knowledge one acquires from experience and reflection is much more important than scriptures.

Both happiness and sorrow are temporary. We should aim for the permanent not the temporary.

Bad education and bad influence have taken us far away from our true home. We can reach our true home only patiently and slowly.

Abhilash
www.hindu-blog.com



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