Nobody can convey the Truth in mere words. We cannot show a picture of it. Even the greatest minds cannot analyze it and present It in any form. It has to be an inner discovering, and those who have discovered the simplicity, the beauty of their own Self have often found it impossible to speak about it. Others laugh; laughing, laughing, laughing. Others crying, crying, crying. Others laughing and crying. And some simply quiet. They cannot speak. But, whichever way it is experienced within, it is totally natural. I take it you have come here for such a discovery.
If there were not Beings like yourself, I would not want to be here. I would not want to be here in life, if there were not Beings who were in search of Truth. I love you.Thank you for that.
Who am I? Who is in? Everything I says “I am”, all the opposite I am not. We are much more then we think, and yet at the same time we are “Nothing”. Don’t follow the games of the mind, better to be the watcher of it’s play. ~ Gurly Chr. H. Hafsmoe
No thought has any power. You have power.
And when you identify and believe in the thought
you give power to the thought.
It is the thinker of the thought
that gives power to the thought.
Let’s find out what the thinker is.
Can anybody catch the thinker of the thought?
The thinker of thought is also a thought,
but it’s not any regular little thought,
it’s not a common thought,
this is a “five star thought”.
Because it is more intimate to the being,
because the thinker of thought also arises as “I”.
“I believe” and
“This thought is causing me trouble”,
“I want something different”,
“I am tired of thoughts,”…
Who is speaking this things?
You have too look! Everybody is assuming:
“This thinker is ‘me'” and when you say ‘me’
you don’t question. You assume this is a fact.
But here in Satsang it is questioned: