Who am I?….

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Who am I?  At any given moment, I appear to be the furthest thing out that consciousness has enlivened.  So “who I am” changes from moment to moment.  My job is to return to Me and stay there, and not identify with what I enliven.

This seems so easy, “just be myself”; however, it requires intense work and Grace. We may believe we are being ourselves, but in reality we are identifying with an idea, a sense, a body, an energy, an emotion, any kind of vibration. The true Me is pure Subject with no object, the Perceiver not the perceived.

How do we return? By letting go of what you believe or even experience is you and then boring in toward the Heart. If we are boring in continuously we will keep finding that there is more and more that we perceive. What we thought was us is now perceivable, and so cannot and could not be us. If I can perceive it it cannot be Me.

 

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  1. Thank you, thank you, thank you for keeping this message front and center in your teaching. If I can perceive it, it cannot be Me. I need this reminder ALL THE TIME! Moment to moment my perception of “who I am” pummels me with all sort of nonsense that I so easily allow to pull me away from my true Self. I bounce around from this to that forgetting to constantly bore in to the Heart, knowing full well the calm, the quiet, the peace that I find in the place where I am Me. Let go. Turn in. Be still. Rest. Thank you.

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      You are most welcome. This is for all of us all the time. You expressed our human condition so well; bouncing all over the place. Remember. Remember what? Remember who we really are. How? We do that by letting go of who we are not and going to where we reside imminently, in the Heart.

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  2. I sometimes fear I will never get THERE. Of course the “I” who said that isn’t me and loves that I have this fear! I do know I will never stop working at it. Sometimes “intense” feels like an understatement. The alternative of course is to remain in Hell as opposed to experiencing Bliss. I’m getting sick of Hell, actually considerably bored with it. Thank you for your wisdom, patience and Love Rohini, especially for those of us who are bit Slowww to get it!

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      Christie, that small self is going to try and stop us from practice. You are so right not to listen and keep turning in away from what is temporary. We will all get there; especially after we realize there is no where to get to. Turn in, let go of good you and bad you, and find You as You have always been.

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