Who Am I – is a favourite technique for many who are seeking
to expand their realisation of consciousness.Works fine for many
in the Satori Group, and, can be a bit tricky.
Starts off fine. Man/woman/other; wife/husband; son/daughter;
gardener/doctor. Then comes the realisation that the image of the
self keeps changing – moment to moment. Just a stray thought and
the image of the self has changed!
And all that changing is uncomplicated when compared to another
stage: who is it who is asking the question!
Later on in the process comes even more confusion – can¹t identify
a self at all. It seems as though the self is everywhere, in everything
and everybody. Nothing is separate. In the presence of one person there
is an experience of being one person, then in the presence of another
person, again, change. Then there is the dog, and mosquito, and the trees.
Then, is there actually a separation at all! One with everybody and
everything? When It happens it cannot be adequately explained in words
– even to the self – whoever that is!
Something does happen.
What we call time does stand still – then disappears altogether. Just
Is-ness. When the question disappears, so does the questioner.
Yet, there is more of a sense of Something than ever before. Magnificent.
And at the same time-less time, nothing changes.
Thou Art That – and always have been.
As an experiment, consider it a game.
We forget who we are, in order to have fun with the experiences of –
Happy remembering – and don’t be in too much of a hurry – enjoy the ride –
as that may be what you invented this dimension for – fun.