By Leo Hartong, Tony Parsons
Awakening to the Dream talks concerning the reward of lucid residing, shock of re-cognising the secret of our collective and real identification, and approximately re-membering the treasure trove inside of.
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Pmd 54 15-5-2003, 20:05 9 The enemy within Many teachings put forth the ego as the main obstacle to achieving the ultimate goal of true knowing. The seeker learns that the ego is an illusion and often buys into the idea that it is bad and the way to get enlightened is to kill it off. The idea of this ‘bad ego’ gets associated with either our supposed animalistic nature, which needs to be disciplined, or with the religious belief that human nature is sinful and has to be conquered if one wants to go to Heaven.
Tao Te Ching’ Translation by Gia-Fu Feng and Jane English. Wildwood House Ltd. pmd 63 15-5-2003, 20:05 When we introduce ourselves, we usually start with ‘I am’ followed by our name or profession. ’ Although I certainly do have a name, I am not that name. The same goes for sensations, thoughts, and emotions. They cannot be who I am because their nature is impermanent and fleeting, while the sense of ‘I’ remains constant. The ‘I’ that questions who it is can no more investigate itself than a mirror can reflect itself.
Through this letting go, you may find yourself open to – and possibly even in the presence of – the most unlikely of masters. Let it be clear, however, that Pure Awareness is all there is, and any concept of a master ‘out there’ only exists from the perspective of an imaginary seeker. True masters, therefore, do not consider themselves masters at all, but know that you consider yourself a disciple. pmd 38 15-5-2003, 20:05 you are it; and when you say ‘Yes but,’ they will repeat the same truth or tell you to relax or to sweep the floor or to keep silent; or, perhaps, they will keep silent themselves.
Awakening to the Dream: The gift of lucid living by Leo Hartong, Tony Parsons