PEAS OF WISDOM. PER SATYAPREM (3)
You're in search, just that you do not know in search of what. What you are really looking for is your true nature. Meanwhile, in the middle of the way, this search can be confusing to find money, power, relationships, satisfaction, etc. But all these things are temporary. You are suffering because you want happiness, but look how happiness comes and goes, suffering comes and going ... nothing lasts. This is the law of the periphery: to go and come. Everything that appears, disappears. Everything that comes, goes.
At the same time, try changing the people and situations around you so that they are as you would like them to be. We have all had this experience and we know that success is rare, rather scarce. Look how things rock and your well-being too. That is why I am pointing to you that is well beyond the welfare, because welfare is dual, come and go.
Observe how the mind is always doing something. And understand it well, there is no problem with that. What should be clear is that it is she who does, not you. Let her do it, do not get involved. If the idea appears that the mind should stop, you should know that it is just an idea of the mind itself. You are not the mind And there is no quiet mind.
In this context, our encounter implies invoking the possibility that you take with maturity the attitude of returning inwards. Ask yourself, exercise your research potential and observe that you are not what your mind insists on saying you are. That is why it is essential to access the self-investigation with the question "who am I?". If you want to find yourself, you have to stop identifying yourself with what is seen and return to what you see.
Awakening yourself opens a crack that has to be visited regularly until it becomes a great gap without borders. This happens in the measure that you offer yourself to consciousness. If you do not offer yourself, this small left tends to close and you continue to see yourself and the world through a misguided vision. But if you see this opening and get rid of it, exploring it to the fullest, the reality wrought by the mind relies on consciousness.
Discovering who you are is revolutionary, goes against everything that is established.
Who is Satyaprem?
Satyaprem is a contemporary Zen Master that facilitates people's awakening to their original nature through meditative and full awareness (satsang) and intensive retreats (zero experience). Satyaprem is a Sanskrit name that literally means love for truth.
What is the work of the master Satyaprem?
Who are you? It is the main focus of Satyaprem's work. Through an apparent conversation, he will take us to the investigation of questions that, without proper verification, are absorbed as truth and govern a limited life, responsible for the frustration in which humanity is found. His initial proposal is the investigation of certain misunderstandings that prevent us from recognizing who we really are. As a result, finally, there is direct experience, the so-called "zero point" - in quantum terms. Satyaprem's work has attracted countless people from all over the world at meetings called Satsang.
What is Satsang?
Satsang is a word that comes from Sanskrit and means literally encountered with the Truth. "Sat" is truth and "blood" is communion, it is community, it is a company. It is to be at the feet of the truth. What happens in satsang is that people are invited to set aside their minds and look inward in order to find oneself.
What is Zero Experience with Satyaprem?
It is a meeting to provoke the experience of non-experience, the "zero point". Where to transform or change is irrelevant and wrong, because you are the one you are looking for. It is to see reality as it is, where everything that is unreal (illusory) disappears. It is the truth as light, darkness as an illusion. It is to be, here-now, who you really are, beyond all the ideas, for the most beautiful or ugly they are. In the end, they are just ideas about "who you are". And you are not an idea, you are life in all its immensity and beauty. It is enough with the recognition in whole.