Insight

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Whenever there is a strong recognition of something or someone who appears for the “first time” in our lives; there is something that we already know about them or that.

We may not be able to explain what it is. We may not be able to give a “reason.”

That strong recognition is insight.

We could read the words written by someone. We may feel aligned with those words for they allow us to remember something that we knew.

That is insight.

As our consciousness changes in our life time, we will be able to recognize things as “true” for us.

The mind could be deceiving. Our senses deceptive, but that insight is the driving force in our destiny if we recognize it.

The piece of the puzzle in life will fit as it is meant to be if we learn to listen to that insight.

Nothing happens out of a random whim. There is a script already going that will allow us to reach our destiny in life.
The clues are out there. Every experience, every encounter, every step is getting us closer to it.

That magic of “fitting in” gets disturbed through unnecessary thinking and by blindly following our emotions.
Thinking and emotions are the 2 extremes of human behavior.

It is in the above realization, when we could understand the necessity to allow our intuition, our insight to evolve in us, for that is the stamp, the mark that life has placed in us to uncover life itself through our own experiences.

That is how to “know the self” means to recognize that we are a piece of the “big puzzle” which moves harmoniously by flowing with the calling of that insight.

That is how we could be “true to ourselves.”

The mind collects information to figure out life. Many may think that the most information we acquire, the better off we are.

“I read all the books from Chopra, Dyer, Tolle, Krishnamurti, Osho, Lao Tzu, Plato, St. Augustine and Einstein.”

Did we recognize something in those books about ourselves which will help us to find ourselves? 🙂

To be a walking library of “self-help” authors does not mean that we could live life with joy.

“I have joined many religions throughout my life. I am very experienced in Spirituality.”

So what? 🙂

To bring a “Spiritual” resume with us does not mean that someone has found joy in his life. Joining a group does not mean joy. “Joining” and “Joy” are 2 different words. 🙂

When the piece of the puzzle fits the Totality, Joy is the only avenue. We have “arrived.” 🙂

Everything is already in us.
Why can’t we see it?
Why do we look out there for that insight which is in us already?

That may be another paradoxical aspect of life: To go out to search for something, which is inside. So much for that cliché.

However, that “inside” is only a door, a passage to recognize the outside as being the inside as well. 🙂

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2 comments

  1. ingenious23

    You know after reading your blog posts ..a certain ‘ idea’ has cropped up in my mind.
    Initially, when I use to see so much ‘wrongdoings’ ( opposite to our core being), I use to feel God cannot create a world where there is so much inequality.
    And I when I got to know about soul knowledge I realized that we All are equal. ..doesnt matter what costume we arein..our core is same.
    And faith has only grown stronger in Him.

    Bu now when i read your posts about predestined future..I wonder what is the point of creating an Almighty in our ‘head’ if things are to happen as they are planned. We are only playing our part which is fixed!
    What would you say ??

    • avyakt7

      I’d say it is fantastic.. because as the blog has explained it many times…there is no such a thing as “you” or “I.” 🙂

      That is why enjoy “what is” Ingenious23. No need to think deeply about paradoxes. Just live them and your questions will be answered.

      “Your destiny” is what “you want.” Now take the “you” out of destiny and wanting…. Now erase “destiny” and “wanting.”
      Things having changed in the world… right? 🙂
      The game of words…

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