The lone remaining wall Of a long-since fallen house, No more inside, no more outside, No more trespass for the mouse; Where a doorway and five windows Allow the winds to pass Unobstructed as they billow Through the woods, across the grass; Where sun and moon and starshine Illuminate the scene For all the folk that pass it by When wandering in the green. "I wonder who the person was Who built this mighty house, That's now a bramble garden And a home for grub and louse?" A broken ridge and rafters smashed Lie strewn across the floor And all that stands, quite ownerless, Five windows and a door. – Chithurst, 1983 Remember, to know Yourself, return to the silence before words.
One needs to look at everything that moves within the field of mind. This must not be a superficial inquiry but one carried out with one’s entire being. One has to be watchful to catch every thought as it arises – follow its trajectory – how it comes up, moves and ends. Then one will begin to realize that the entire movement of thought is habitual and mechanical. Only through attentive watchfulness will this mechanical and compulsive movement of thought, lose its momentum and finally come to an end. In such ending one will discover a mysterious momentum of quietude. If one wants peace, creativity and love, one has to undertake this inward journey. One may be clever, but mere cleverness will not lead to that state of peace and ecstasy which is the very basis of life. -- Dada Gavand Remember, to know Yourself, return to the silence before words.
“Eternal vigilance is the price one has to pay for Freedom. Only with constant vigilance and by remaining aware all the time, one can really start seeing the working of this cunning manipulative mind. While observing with aloof attention, all these compartments open up and the contents surface up. In that field of eternal vigilance you start observing the whole trajectory of the thought. Then like a hawk you are able to catch the thought as soon as it arises in your inner space. Thus by catching a thought right at the point of onset, you can dissolve it before it catches you. Slowly the grip of the thought-emotional mind loosens up. And the awareness gains momentum. More and more Life energy gathers up which strengthens the field of vigilant awareness. All these thought-emotions get dissolved into the light of vibrant awareness. This is the way one can remain in the field of pure consciousness for longer duration. This is how the integration of Total Life Energy happens and