self realisation

A Quote by julie sarah powell on divine, experience, freedom, projection, self, essence, no self, self realisation, bernadette roberts, and ramana maharshi

In essence all experiences can only be an unconscious projection from the Self or mindbody package, of the Divine. Not the Divine itself, simply triggered by touching on the Divine.


That which is through all experience cannot be affected by anything. It is only that, which is left when experience is gone.


Now there is no experiencer, nor any experience to be experienced.


Freedom itself.

julie sarah powell

Source: http://www.beyondselfnow.com/diary.html

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A Quote by julie sarah powell on oneness, life, no self, mind, simple, down to earth, self realisation, true nature, bernadette roberts, and ramana maharshi

Seeing the oneness of life, and experiencing this with no Self in the way to distort it, is so very different to how the mind tries to project it. The mind literally has no idea how it truly is from an experiential perspective. Itis always so much more simple and down-to-earth than the mind could ever imagine or comprehend.

julie sarah powell

Source: http://www.beyondselfnow.com/distorted.html

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A Quote by julie sarah powell on gratitude, moment, veil of the mind, no knower, no one, mind, new dimension, no self, self realisation, enlightenment, true nature, bernadette roberts, and ramana maharshi

It is as if every cell of the body is in complete harmony and each cell seems to be emanating gratitude, although it is just the naturally functioning senses and nothing more.

This is very difficult to describe to others because the mind immediately turns it into something else. It simply means seeing, feeling, tasting, touching, hearing everything as it is in this moment without the veil of the mind creating something over the top. Simple. This is all that is left when the mindbody package is gone.

There are no internal arisings, no knower, no being, and no experience, no-one left. The mind without a feeling centre is left powerless so remains quiet although still there, separate and unable to touch this. A whole new dimension, although everything appears the same.

julie sarah powell

Source: http://www.beyondselfnow.com/diary.html

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A Quote by julie sarah powell on true, realization, knowledge, mind, no self, self realisation, bernadette roberts, and ramana maharshi

True realization brings you to the point where you see that you don't know a thing. That you literally cannot know anything, because all knowledge is from the mind and is therefore garbage.

julie sarah powell

Source: http://www.beyondselfnow.com/distorted.html

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A Quote by julie sarah powell on spiritual, true, mind, prison of the mind, self, third eye, angles, gods, special, enlightenment, true nature, no self, self realisation, bernadette roberts, and ramana maharshi

You don't need to drift around in the 'oh so spiritual' clothes, don't need to use all of the 'oh so spiritual' Indian words, don't need to pretend to be 'oh so spiritual' because it is all a total crock. All just a red herring which is simply a trick of the Self that is distracting you from being true.


None of that has anything whatsoever to do with being true. It is all just talk and pretence only, and talk never truly saved anyone. Talk just brings more talk and never moves from the prison of the mind.


So there won't be any flashes of light shooting out of your third eye, no special energy pumping through the body and definitely no visits from the angels and gods to invite you into the special throne room which has been created just for you.


Sorry to fizzle out your mindful projections of what will occur when this 'spiritual enlightenment' descends on you.
Sorry to interrupt your version of the words of wisdom, which have been twisted into unrecognizable creations.
Sorry to cut short the claptrap.


Oh, okay not sorry.


It is all rubbish. You already are.

julie sarah powell

Source: http://www.beyondselfnow.com/distorted.html

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A Quote by julie sarah powell on divine, divine nature, true nature, experience, self, no self, and self realisation

.....through living as your true nature you will see, not mentally but through your own direct experience,
that your true Divine nature is always here at all times, in all situations and life circumstances
and at no time is it ever possible to lose or leave it.

julie sarah powell

Source: http://www.beyondselfnow.com/index.html

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A Quote by julie sarah powell on true nature, realizing, peace, relaxation, being, core, naturally, beauty, freshness, doing, meditation, practice, technique, sadhana, self, no self, and self realisation

This is NOT some stale old chore which you have got to 'do'.


The true beauty of realizing your true nature is in the freshness,
peace and deep bodily relaxation which touches to the core of your
being, flows into your everyday life and bursts forth naturally
into blossoming from within itself. Without you 'doing' a thing
about any of it.


It is very important to note that this is NOT a limited
meditation 'practice' or 'technique'.

julie sarah powell

Source: http://www.beyondselfnow.com/index.html

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A Quote by Bernadette Roberts on self, no self, still point, self realisation, christian, contemplative, journey, passageway, true nature, and julie sarah powell

The onset of this second movement is characterized by the falling away of self and coming upon "that" which remains when it is gone. But this going-out is an upheaval, a complete turnabout of such proportions it cannot possibly be missed, under-emphasized, or sufficiently stressed as a major landmark in the contemplative life.

Bernadette Roberts

Source: The experience of no self: A contemplative journey by Bernadette Roberts. P13

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A Quote by Bernadette Roberts on self, no self, new dimension, mind, now-moment, unknown, still point, self realisation, christian, contemplative, journey, passageway, true nature, and julie sarah powell

It is far more than the discovery of life without a self. The immediate, inevitable result is an emergence into a new dimension of knowing and being that entails a difficult and prolonged readjustment. the reflexive mechanism of the mind -or whatever it is that allows us to be self-conscious - is cut off or permanently suspended so the mind is ever after held in a fixed now moment out of which it cannot move in its uninterrupted gaze upon the Unknown,

Bernadette Roberts

Source: The experience of no self: A contemplative journey by Bernadette Roberts. P13

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