As the personal life picks up steam and march madness subsides, I have a hard time thinking of blogging. I am also reading Nisargadatta's I AM THAT and many words are like Ooooh....Hmmmm....Ahhh moments. There is so much that this book offers that I know I will need to read this book over and over again. Just going through a portion of this book is reinforcing and energizing for my adopted path. I want to capture aspects of his book and put it on my blog, but there is so much. Reading his book is also a confirmation of many of my inner thoughts and realization too.
Here is what I came across from a conversation with Ramana...and it fits in exactly with my concept of Moksha. Hopefully, once we are realized, we never become un-realized. I would think so. Once we have crossed over and done something, it makes it easier to get that home run the next time around.I go back and think over my life as it has transpired thus far and all the moments of worry and the moments of intense desire and I realise that those moments were really futile. I am still alive in this current state - and still alright. So why did I worry? But I continue to worry and have that need to be running with the world, when I do know that nothing gets carried over to the after life....if you know what I mean.
Disciple: What is moksha (liberation)
M.: Moksha is to know that you were not born. “Be still and know that I am God.” To be still is not to think. Know, and not think, is the word.