January 7 th 2024
Welcome to another year.
We often reflect on memories of the different experiences that seemed to have moulded our thinking, behaviour, and understanding of our lives over the years. All those memories have passed by over the years and have little value now.
We have a strong connection with our past experiences and events during our lives. However, only a few experiences have any real value for our inner spiritual development, for most experiences are based on our worldly values and desires due to our worldly conditioning.
Presently we are reviving all those events and experiences that we call memories that are sentimental or unpleasant that are related to the effects of the Ego and its desires that attempt to prove that we exist as a body, When we revive all such memories, we are re-living them again now, and as such they are no longer memories.
Such memories and experiences have led us to become what we are now, for there is only the now because all events are recorded in our minds at separate moments, we believe they exist in time and not now.
Even though at this moment we have no realization that the body has no existence as our Self, it is only the time concept that suggests there is such a thing as there is a past.
At one moment the body will cease to exist and for us, the world will end, with all memories, time and space, but we don’t know that the Eternal Moment remains Eternal.
When there is no more consciousness, what is there to remember, because that small amount of consciousness available for the body only maintains the form and ego.
Where does everything that gives life and consciousness to the body? It has gone nowhere, for before the body became alive, what preceded its presence is still present and is eternal. Whatever we call objectivity is only an energy/wave pattern that forms all the elements into an objective form, that through the vital breath creates an organism that has consciousness.
There is no birth or death but only awareness and consciousness reflecting manifestation. This concludes this blog. To read the full monograph on Memories, log into the Vault and download the PDF.