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Wag more, bark less

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That was the bumper sticker that I saw today while parking my vehicle before entering totally into the “world at the office.”

That line has the essence of all teachings ever taught: From the Guru at the gas station to God himself. 🙂

Anyone who has observed a dog could understand that line because we could observe that behavior in ourselves.
That is called to learn by experience and to see the reflection in ourselves. That exercise has the capacity to open our awareness.

Any dog whether “Wilson,” “Fluffy” or “Spike” has no knowledge of the “world at the office” thus, if we observe them without preconceptions, (that may be the hard part) we could learn a lot from our forgotten “true” nature.

The “world at the office” is a colorful ego driven fast paced world of duality, comparison, analysis, marketing, certifications, book learning, achievement, and lots of generalized psychosis. We use that world as a prototype to understand and perceive life itself.

The “world at the office” is not “bad.” It is an experience and has a lot of value in our awareness and self-observation.
That world is a great teacher in itself.

To label the “world at the office” as “bad” and to advice anyone to stay away from it, is not only impractical but it shows fear and rejection of “what is.” To negate something out of fear is for little children. A grown up, has a different perception of life.

When aware, we will be able to understand that we may need to reconnect with the “reality” of Nature again to recover our sanity.
I have never seen “Spike” with psychosis nor “Fluffy.”
“Wilson’s” behavior has been always in the “now.” 🙂

How do we connect again to life as it is in Nature, the Universe?

Avyakt7 has created an easy but yet infallible “3 step program” that is guaranteed to bring you back that zest for life, that happiness… that we know “you” are looking for!

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1) Make sure that you are outside in Nature every day for at least 1 hour. No matter what the weather is, no matter what the conditions may be… sit someplace at any time and just observe….
2) When you are there forget about everything else. Forget about your cellphone, your God, your job, your belongings and attachments. Just be there with your entire mind and your heart open, without any expectations.
3) Allow for any experience in that time to drive you. Learn to listen to the language of Nature by using your intuition rather than words and thoughts.
That’s all folks!
Enjoy… wag more and bark less.

A friend from India sent me this link to a video by Sadhguru (Some Guru from somewhere), which is appropriate to complement this little writing.
[https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=0MNViPAhZPE]

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From life at the “office” to living Nature

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“Life at the office” is the term used to describe our worldly experience of a man-made world away from the laws of Nature.

When our mind is immersed in the “world at the office,” then our understanding of the Universe and the way Life operates will be very limited.

Anne wanted to “improve” herself. Anne was taught that “knowledge is power” so she went to the bookstore where she found plenty of books. Anne decided to go for “Self help” under that, she found “spirituality” and in another subsection, there was “Western,” “Eastern” and “New Age,” thought. The labels were neatly divided into different religions and philosophies and then into different authors.

Anne felt a bit overwhelmed that she had to read so many books to “help herself.”

Anne decided to hire someone, a local Guru who she heard “talks pretty good stuff” to “coach” Anne into getting certified as a “spiritual life coach,” so she can become a teacher to “make the difference in the lives of many.”

Anne heard: “You could be what you want to be. Your past does not determine your destiny unless you decide that. You could follow a proven path to help your clients to reach their goals.”
Anne then had a successful training in the “Secret” and in metaphysical studies.
Anne became a proven knowledgeable Guru of life… She was certified and she went through rigorous training… 🙂

The above scenario illustrates our belief in the “world at the office” to understand “self-help” or “spirituality,” which Avyakt7 likes to call “living life with joy.”

Obviously, there is no way that any sort of “book learning” and “certification” could give anyone the wisdom coming from insight.

But… what about if Anne joins a religion?
What about if Anne stays in that religion for 30 or more years? Could she become a “true” spiritual guru?

Of course she will. The followers of her path will be her audience. She will be the example of dedication and love to whatever they believe is worthwhile in life.
Certifications are not required here, but unbreakable loyalty to a dogma is the most important valued item.

However meaningful that may be, it does not mean that Anne will experience the art of living life with joy, that is to be “spiritual.” 🙂

That cannot be learned by following a particular path, for life is greater than just one path.

Something outlined to be followed to reach “illumination” will present the typical duality: Acceptance of “my path” and rejection of other paths.
Isn’t it? Do we see that?
If you hear someone who is representing any religion, once you heard that person; you have heard more or less all the followers who belong to that path.
You know their definitions. You know their philosophy. You know what they believe in. You know what they represent.

The structure, the dogma becomes very important to repeat. Repression will arise in that circumstance and with that the inability to perceive Oneness.

The “world at the office” has taught us: “This is good, that is bad. This is right, that is wrong. This is moral, that is not. We have the truth, they do not. We have God with us, they do not. We will go to heaven, they will not. Our ideas are correct, theirs is not.”

The Universe, Nature, life, does not support that segregation.

The experience of the path of “certifications” or the path of “loyalty to a dogma,” both are good experiences.
The issue resides in the belief that “we have found the truth.”
That is the biggest illusion. That is the greatest ego builder there is.

If we would like to understand life, Nature, the Universe, that means to become it, to be that truth, not to talk about it.
For that, we may need to observe.
To observe we may need to clean our minds from previous learning.
That cleaning is personal. Every one of us has different experiences, different beliefs, different emotional issues, different traumas, etc.

In other words, as our minds become “pure” by dissolving all the previous learning, we have the space, the openness to observe and learn from Nature itself.

That is the meaning of being born again.

It is evident that no bookstore or teacher is going to teach us that, because all we could get from them is more information (books, CDs, DVDs) that will cloud the mind with preconceptions of life…. of Nature.

However, if the above is just accepted because Avyakt7 says so; that is a big illusion as well.
It has to be realized. It has to be the product of our own experience. It has to be the fruit of previous search, of previous experiences of looking for answers… This is the “homework” that may need to be done so the next chapter starts afresh.

The beauty of the range of experiences in life will take the “life walker” from gaining information into emptying himself from it. The “method” is according to where our consciousness is located. Some may need to gain information, others to dissolve it as beliefs.

As that emptiness is necessary for our insight to appear, we could be like those birds who already know about flying in a “V” formation without ever going to a library to learn… and that insight cannot be put into words for “others” to follow.
It is immediate, intuitive…reflecting only the moment, the now.