Friday, August 03, 2012

Yogic thought for the day:

This beautiful thought -- when I teach the headstand or the crow, the biggest problem I have is, particularly people who are anxious or goal-oriented (opposite ends of a spectrum, intriguingly) will bring their patterns as part of the weaponry. But actually the poses are reached only when you try to leave your patterns of fear or achievement.. that is why I emphasise on these poses as part of my classes. So, u can find out the mind does not matter, and in fact, often comes in the way completely of where we are headed.. The body, to dismiss the mind,
Ramana Maharishi

Is it the mind that wants to kill itself ? The mind cannot kill 
itself. So your business is to find the real nature of the mind. Then 
you will know that there is no mind. When the Self is sought, the 
mind is nowhere. Abiding in the Self, one need not worry about the 


ceedaar said...

sorry. could not understand
can you plz reexplain in a layman language.


Shameem Akthar said...

It is not meant for the layman..