Who am I


 

 

What am I?
Who am I?

I am a thought that lives
An indescribable something

Live on a time-floe
Breathe the cosmos, the infinity

Am a wave of action and reaction
Trace of the past, brick of the future

Knowledge of own existence
Veiled in being

Am I a domino effect
Programme within a programme?

Am I a conscious simulation
A perpetual transition?

I feel that I am
And feel that I am not

What am I? – A divine dream
Who am I? – Everything and nothing…

DidiArtis, 05.07.2020

 
 

19 comments on “Who am I

  1. To be self-aware, we have to know ourselves thoroughly, our potentials and our weaknesses.. But to know who ‘I’ am, we have to analyze all our personality. It is in fact needed for us to know who ‘I’ am. Regards.

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    • …then we will find out that there is no “I” in us which separates us from all others, but will find the Oneness in us, the connection we all have through Him, as nothing else exists than Him… our I dissolves slowly slowly in this process of self-realisation which then turns into God-realisation…
      Warm regards and thank you, my friend πŸ™‚
      Didi

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    • My dear Kamal
      Thank you for your comment, my friend πŸ™‚
      What I meant with divine dream is: when we are not existing and only He is existing then all what is in me is eventually He, like a fragment of Him, like a dream in the part and nevertheless an unspoken reality. So what am I concerns to the divine dream while who I am concerns to condition of the indescribable Oneness: As All and Nothing or Everything and Nothing. So one thing discribes the condition in “me” the other thing the being in “me”.

      Thanks again for your contribution, dear Kamal πŸ™‚
      Hugs and love
      Didi

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  2. Powerful Didi my dear friend πŸ™πŸ˜Šβ€οΈ

    I did a root Chakra yoga session and meditation this morning. I love taking myself through flows that bring balance and awareness to each Chakra every so often. I hope you are well, sending lots of love, light, and warm hugs πŸ€— πŸ’— πŸ€— πŸ’•

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    • Thank you very much, my dear Jenna. Many years ago I practised Hatha-Yoga myself and when I was initiated by my Master I have given it up. I have also learnt and understood why. There are dangers behind that almost all people excersing yoga do not know. Behind each chakra is a kind godhood that can give us even some power or awake the kundalini power in us, but these powers behind will take a toll when we leave the body. I do not want to convince you as it is a matter of self-decision and self-reponsibility. If you are interested in learning more about it, then you can read the book written by my Master Sant Kirpal Singh Ji “The crown of life”

      Click to access Crown%20of%20life_engl_2019.pdf

      In this book He describes how far those most common Yoga types can go, then you get some idea what is behind it.

      Here are also some words of the dangers when meditating and/or practising certain tpyes of Yoga:

      http://spirituality.unity-of-man.org/en/meditation/esoteric.html

      – more help (advice) I cannot give as it is all up to you. And it would also be normal if you react totally against it – but what do we really know? Have we experienced something that goes beyond the astral plane? causal plane? We do not even know the inner worlds let alone what is a plane free of matter and dust, a plane of pure consciousness.

      I embrace you with my heart, my dear friend and hope you are not angry with me when telling the truth.
      Hugs and loveπŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ’—
      Didi

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      • Not at all my friend, there are many different styles of yoga. Some which I have found very healing in helping me to breathe and slow down. I used to move at such a busy pace fresh out of college. However, I have learned we need to take of ourselves mind, body, and spirit. Practicing yoga has helped me to slow down and be more gentle with myself. Thats is my main reason for practicing.

        Sending lots of love, light, and hugs my friend πŸ€— πŸ’ž 😊

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        • Indeed, there are more than 200 different types of Yoga – I also practise one Yoga and this is called: Surat Shabd Yoga (light and sound) the only one Yoga that traverses the astral, causal, super-causal planes to the plane of pure consciousness. The physical world, the astral world and causal world belong to the negative power as all is mixed with matter and dust, we are living in a big prison without knowing it. With the help of God we can traverse all those planes and come to the plane of pure consciousness and God knows our heart and knows when His child is ready. Here, were are still in the irion grip of the mind and the mind controls our soul (the mind itself together with our ego control us as they both consists of matter as well, they are the negative power in ourselves. Man consists of body, mind, intellect and soul, only when we are free from ego, mind and intellect then we are what we really are: souls, light, love, consciousness, real life, eternity, a timeless being.

          However, thank you very much for understanding along this difficult subject, my dear friend Jenna πŸ™‚

          Much love, light and many hugs to you, my friend πŸ™‚ πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—
          Didi

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