In a Mellow : Tone :

Make your ego porous. Will is of little importance, complaining is nothing, fame is nothing. Openness, patience, receptivity, solitude is everything-

Our appetite for wealth, the latest and greatest, and material gain isn’t driven by any sort of “hardship“, but by our own, deep-rooted inner discontent.

I was convinced that I could buy my way to happiness after all the years of abuse I put myself, and my family through. I believed that my discontent was wrought from hardship, and that the only way to permanent fulfillment and well-being was the acquisition of things. Sadly, our society still measures “success” in terms of the quality and price of the “things” we can buy, the size of our house and salaries – the size of our manhood and Ego when we drop trough and boast about a new bike or whatever.

As much as I take comfort in casting blame on society for my faults, my Ego is what defines my role(s) in the material world; I am a father, I am an engineer, I am an avid cyclist. I am liar, I am a fakata of things in this thing called life. When asked to introduce or say a little bit about myself – I instantly define myself in the conscious realm, and my ego is hell-bent on pulling me away from my True Self.

Daily Meditation:

The more I identify myself with the “I am … “, the less I am able to identify with the, me.

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4 Comments on “In a Mellow : Tone :”

  1. katelon says:

    and yet…the “I AM…can be followed with things like “I am a divine being, connected with source, living many incarnations including this body i am walking around in right now, while also existing in many other forms……..” 🙂

    • CultFit says:

      You have brought such a smile to my face this morning, how do I begin to – Thank You 🙂

      • katelon says:

        There is a whole spiritual practice around following the words ‘I am…with love…light….abundance..wonder…and even, like you suggest…exploring ‘I AM’…going deeper and deeper until there are no more words.

  2. julienmatei says:

    The more we identify ourselves with anything, the farther it all gets…


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