Thursday, June 21, 2007

Free your mind! - Practice Jnana!

Imagine that you want to develop more knowledge and understanding about Yoga.

You can for instance grab a copy of the Bhagavad Gita and spend a couple of months studying and interpreting it.

That's one approach.

Another way to do it is to assume that your being is already emerged in that knowledge and all you have to is find it in you.

You take a white page and start writing what comes.

You can for instance answer simple questions for yourself like:
  • What is the ultimate goal of Yoga?
  • What exactly is happiness and how do I know I am expressing it?
  • How can I manifest my cosmic identity day by day?
  • Etc.

Start playing with words and ideas and you will be amazed by what happens next.

You will realize very fast that you already know a lot!

Writing from that place of consciousness is an exciting experience because while you write, you feel the energy streaming through your being.

It is a meditation experience in itself.

You manifest knowledge and wisdom by doing it.

Now, you don't need to publish what you write.

No one even needs to see it.

The ideas you write are a reflection of what you see internally.

You tune into an energy reality and the filter of your mind interprets it in a unique way.

It is a written portrait of a certain area of your consciousness and you discover more and more of it as you consciously explore it.

Experiment with it! You'll be amazed with what happens when you do.

To your Yoga!