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Unclutch your way to bliss!

Posted Sep 23 2009 10:59pm
By: Paramahamsa Nithyananda

 

Man  by his very nature is an unclutched and blissful being.   What do we mean by the word unclutched?   Let me explain.

   Every thought that arises in us is like a bubble that forms, rises and dies before the next thought comes up.   For example, if you are sitting in a chair and suddenly get up, the moment you have decided to get up, that moment the thought of   sitting has left you.   If you are working on your computer and decide to shut down the machine, that moment, the thought that you want to work has died.   So every thought is unconnected and happens in a series, one after the other.   One has to die before the next one comes up.   This is our true nature.

    Our true nature is to renounce thoughts every passing moment.   By renounce, I mean simply allowing each thought to rise like a bubble and burst and allowing the next thought to rise.   Our thoughts have only a vertical existence, like rising bubbles.

      This process of allowing thoughts to rise and die without tying to connect them is what we mean by being unclutched.   As long as this natural process is allowed to happen, things are all right.  

    But what we do is, we start connecting these thoughts randomly and form a shaft.   By doing this, we convert a vertical and unclutched process into a horizontal one with linear connectivity.    Here starts the whole problem. As long as each thought is allowed to rise and die, we can take on any amount of load at the physical and mental planes and our consciousness will remain light and blissful.   Once we start connecting thoughts, our consciousness   suffers and we start feeling burdened.   It becomes damaging to our being.

   All emotions like worry, lust, discontentment, jealousy, fear, ego and attention, are purely because we find a connection between independent incidents, between independent thoughts, and create a concept for ourselves

and start relating with that concept.   We create an imaginary shaft with our thoughts ad suffer because of   this.

   These emotions create all forms of violence, be they religious wars, social conflicts, or political unrest.   The basis or the roots of all forms of violence is our emotions and the basis of our emotions is our habit of creating imaginary shafts of our thoughts and empowering them to work on us.

   While creating these shafts, we choose the thoughts depending on whether we want pain or pleasure. We pick pleasant thoughts at random and connect them to form a shaft of pleasure or pick negative thoughts and connect them to form a shaft of pain.   We create shafts of pain and pleasure alternately for ourselves, and oscillate between these two emotions.   To unclutch from this tendency is the master key to a blissful life.  

   If you deeply analyze how we connect our thoughts instead of renouncing them, you will understand how we create suffering for ourselves.   It is the mind that finds the connection.   As such, there is no connection between our thoughts.  

We have been trained to feed on words and thoughts.   That is why we create these shafts.   We feed on words because we operate out of fear or greed all the time.   Out of fear or greed, we create connectivity in our thoughts. We are afraid to let go of this process because if we let go, there is nothing to hold on to.   We have never experienced   an unclutched state of mind where there is no shaft, only bubble-like thoughts.  

   In the unclutched state there is no scope for fear or greed.   You will simply BE, that’s all.   But it becomes difficult to understand that we can exist without this shaft of thoughts.  

   An eye specialist was treating a blind man.   He assured him, “Once I operate on your eye, you will have your vision back and you can throw your stick away.”

   The blind man became afraid when he heard this.    He asked the doctor, “I understand that I will get my vision, but how can I walk without my stick?”

  The man was so used to walking with the stick that he could not understand that by getting the vision he could throw away the stick!   In the same way, when the truth is that we can live in an unclutched fashion blissfully, we

wonder how.   We see unclutching thought shafts as inevitable!

    We fail to see how mythical the whole thing is.   Our mind is a myth.   We have empowered it and become a slave to it, that’s all.   It is nothing but mental slavery.  

   Just watch the thoughts rising in you.   Clearly see how each thought rises and dies and the next thought comes up.   Observe how you effortlessly connect these thoughts and create ideas and concepts.   Watch the play of these concepts upon yourself; you will understand how you create the whole myth.   I tell you:   Connecting thoughts   is the Original Sin.  

   Living in an unclutched fashion is the way to a blissful living.   Just decide that you will not connect any two thoughts, that you will not pass any judgement on any thought or any incident.

   When you work in an unclutched fashion, you will find your capacity expanding; you will take on a lot more responsibility without getting stressed; you will not experience mood swings between pain and pleasure; you will be blissful all the time.   We are so used to happiness that comes with a reason.   This reason is again a shaft that we create with our thoughts.   Once you stop creating these shafts, you will be blissful all the time.

 

 

 

 

 

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