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Who Am I?


Author: Miami Created: 1/5/2009 12:32 PM
No, I'm not enlightened, I'm not a teacher, I'm still searching. This page will reveal my insight and my lack of insight along the way.

By Miami on 5/29/2011 6:34 PM

In the past, the attempt was: "Given the person I am, what can I get?" This is unproductive.

A better question: "What kind of person am I and can I be? What is my true nature?"

Maybe a rejection of the relationships of the past is necessary. I own no allegiance to the dependencies of the person I used to be, the fractional person. Maybe something new will develop - if not with those people, then with someone(s) new.

By Miami on 5/29/2011 6:33 PM

Whatever I see, all the world around, is an affirmation of myself - it would not be here if I were not here. This affirmation is a doorway to consciousness of consciousness. Does the world need to exist, for me to also exist? No. When the world disappears, the Self remains. So I quit worrying about the world and investigate that.

By Miami on 9/25/2009 4:11 PM

"Go within" is a directive we hear ad infinitum, and so is "look inside". But what does it take in our development (if development is a valid term) to get to a place where we can actively do so? Read More »

By Miami on 3/29/2009 1:22 AM

Here's an example from their daily quote service, a good observation for these days of turmoil Read More »

By Miami on 2/2/2009 12:03 AM

How often have you been told “just look”?

Has it worked for you? What have you seen, besides a confusing blur?
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By Miami on 1/9/2009 9:01 PM

In case someone wants to further chronicle the myriad of tortures suffered by the unreal man - and can I claim to know who the unreal man is? ....

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By Miami on 1/7/2009 4:58 PM

Following up on a comment about energy in a prior post ("mind of mush"), some words of Ramana appear to offer some guidance. Read More »

By Miami on 1/5/2009 2:32 PM

Going through the TAT Journal Archives a few days ago I was struck by how good some of the old writing was - and also struck by how little acquainted with the material I had been. Read More »