…………….I may be permitted to share a precious personal gain during the current incarnation(????). Candidly, I have come to a conclusion that all books & literature are the products of human brain & shall be based on subjective conditioning & perception. These are, as such, to be viewed & grasped prudently & judiciously and added to the existing stock of personal wisdom accordingly. Similarly, to understand & grasp the wisdom underlying an idea, the dictionary words of any language are grossly inadequate. Let me coin a term ‘Intellectual digestion & assimilation’ is an absolute necessity…………………….

Some of the more protuberant & emphatic additions to my knowledge stock can be enumerated as:

  • Emptying of mind or de-conditioning of mind
  • Unity of existence – in Feeling, action & thought
  • Love redefined – total absence of Gossip, cruelty & superstition
  • Living all the time in the Causal Body.

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Comment by Colonel B K Kailash on March 21, 2012 at 8:36am

Bro Joe and Capt Anand, thanks for putting me wise. I probably was not able to locate right language or apt words to express what I intended to, and hence I inadvertently invited response to unidentified

Comment by Capt. Anand Kumar on March 20, 2012 at 9:53pm

Guess there is a lot more here than what is said. Why is subjective conditioning & perception undesirable? After all the conclusion that you have drawn is also a product of that subjective conditioning and perception? If there is unity of existence, why causal, physical, mental and all other bodies will not be considered one?

Can LOVE really be redefined?

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