How Awareness… goes hand to hand with responsibility! by Silvia Kusada

People with low responsibility level do not see. Mostly do not see themselves, their power and their real post in life. They are a sort of spectators… like in a movie. Nothing really touches them. They take breaks when they think they need it, to eat or else and they are back into the audience. Life to them is a 2 dimentional picture, a screen where they are never real part of it.

Their knowigness is an outside idea, does not really touch them. So they do not have to act. They can just sit into a mountains of justifications. They are alone. As any audience, many times, they are surrounded by a lot of people or they are busy showing they are there… busy running away of the truth and the real knowigness, the only view-point from where one can really see. The place where there is no other choice than  to see and be cause: “the viewpoint of self”.

What is self-knowledge, and how can we get it?

by J. Krishnamurti
“It is a machine-like, mediocre mind which says, “I shall do this in order to get that.
” The so-called religious people think in these terms; but self-knowledge is not come by in this way. You cannot buy it through some effort or practice. Self-knowledge comes when you observe yourself in your relationship with your fellow-students and your teachers, with all the people around you.
It comes when you observe the manner of another, his gestures, the way he wears his clothes, the way he talks, his contempt or flattery and your response; it comes when you watch everything in you and about you end see yourself as you see your face in the mirror.”
Now, if you can look into the mirror of relationship exactly as you look into the ordinary mirror, then there is no end to self-knowledge.
It is like entering a fathomless ocean which has no shore. Most of us want to reach an end, we want to be able to say, “I have arrived at self knowledge and I am happy”; but it is not like that at all.
If you can look at yourself without condemning what you see, without comparing yourself with somebody else, without wishing to be more beautiful or more virtuous; if you can just observe what you are and move with it, then you will find that it is possible to go infinitely far.
Then there is no end to the journey, and that is the mystery, the beauty of it.”

Silvia Kusada is a GAT Class V Flag trained auditor and a GAT Class VI, and Class IV C/S.

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