Writings: Research Findings  

 

My Introduction as I Am I

 

Swayam Swayam - Forever Self

 

Excerpt from The Source of a Human Being Is Freedom, Which He Seeks

 

Self Alone Is

 

The Mind Covered by Mysterious Ignorance Can Be Purified and the Truth Revealed

 

Meditation on Amaram Hum Madhuram Hum

 

Peace Meditation Training

 

We Have to Think and Examine

 

Remember This Daily

 

The Difference between the Realized State of One Person and the Unrealized State of Millions

 

Ignorance Is Common in General to People Who Are Born in Time and Space

 

 

Remember This Daily
Read It before and after Meditation
by Swami Shyam

   
 

Pure Being is pure substance. It can be called Essence. Whenever there is a flame-consciousness, or awareness arises, it immediately says, "I am the creator." This creator is the mind, or Brahma, and from this consciousness or division starts.

This mind as the ahankaar , or sense of ego, always thinks, "I am the creator, and all that I create will be my creation and it will be separate from me." As long as this mind or ego-sense functions, the senses function. And the functioning of the senses is always dualistic, or based on the sense of otherness.

The world of bodies is created by this mind. It creates the senses, it creates the body, it creates things and forms, and it creates deep sleep, the dream state, and the waking state. It remains forever involved as a human being, who is called a jeevaatma , or an ego-sense. It never gets integrated in its source, the Pure Consciousness or Pure Being.

Only Guru, with his awareness in the form of his body, tells you, "Man, my dear mind, your source is that which is before the flame of consciousness. You are that Existence-Consciousness Pure. Its name is Bliss. Another name is Krishn. Another name is Self. Another name is supreme Delight. Yet another name is deathless and birthless.

My dear man, all this world is seen and known in the middle, when the flame of consciousness, samvaydan, or the knowledge of things and forms, appears. It is only in meditation that the sense or vaydan-the knowing of the senses, or the mind-gets back to the source.

Whatever remains is you, he, she, forever pure, because it is unborn, and forever fearless, because it is deathless. Only a human being is endowed with this potential power. When it is unfolded after the constant practice of "I am pure, free, forever," it becomes the Self-realized state. Then it is held forever. Thank you.

Remember this daily and read it before and after meditation.