Mine, Mine

September 23, 2011 at 6:59 am Leave a comment

Everything that I own is mine: my house, my car, my education, my capital etc. There are so many things in life that I would consider to be ‘mine’. However all things change, they are temporary, thus nothing remains ‘mine’ forever.

When there is the consciousness of ‘mine’ then the intellect begins to take this as a fact. In doing so it is no longer able to discern accurately. What is right or wrong in a situation will be coloured with the motive that what is ‘mine’ should benefit.

The eye of the intellect will no longer see as a detached and neutral party. The intellect’s ability to judge accurately will be crippled and biased. Multiply this by all that I consider to be ‘mine’ and all the decisions I make each day, and it becomes clear how much damage this attitude of ‘mine’ can cause.

I need to separate  myself from all that I consider to be ‘mine’ and to become detached. This is only possible when I shift my awareness and understanding to the fact that I am a soul. In soul consciousness there is the ability to see with clarity and, above all, without the influence of motive.

As a soul I own nothing, but I am love, I am peace, I am truth.
I own nothing, but I am everything I could ever want.

Om Shanti

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