Just stop

I am currently reading the lovely Gangaji’s latest book  “Hidden treasure.” She tells about her first meeting with Poonjaji: he tells her to “just stop.”
I tried that. I was able to keep it going for some seconds. As soon as i was not paying attention to all the crazy thoughts, the underlying silence was seen as identity.
Yes, and i soon just had to think about something…
Gangaji wrote that she had to go through the dis-identifying-thing for quite a while – after having tasted the true identity many times – until one day she heard an inner thunder of clapping, and there was no doubt any longer Who she was. She said she laughed the whole night.
For me, ego is all about doubting truth. And also addiction to fear.
But I am much more vigilant in turning it over.
To day I received a postcard from a new client wanting a session. The image was Michelangelo’s painting:God’s finger touching Adams-finger -I will have to remind her that she really is as God created her, and that her problems can be given up

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Mona Gustafson Affinito
    Nov 01, 2011 @ 15:37:25

    Nice one!


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