Category Archives: The Roar of Silence

The awakening story, as told from here.

An Unlikely Catalyst

I like to read blogs. One day, came across the blog “Complete Humanity”. The author, Elena Nezhinsky, used a technique she describes as  “direct pointing”, pointing to help people see through the illusion of the self. Utterly fascinated, I became … Continue reading

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Vanishing Narrator

A morning,  like many other mornings, with consciousness coming slowly. Pressure. Texture. Light. Lying in place for a while, turning over, getting up. Pause. What just happened ? Getting up happened. With no conscious decision to do so. No thought … Continue reading

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Chipping Away …

A glimpse at the ” I ” left a permanent crack in the edifice of thought constructed self . Practice now strongly focused on this crack . Having read of the practice of inquiry and the use of the classic … Continue reading

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First break …

It was on a week long silent retreat, in March of 2010, that I was reading a few lines out of the book ” Nothing Personal ” by Nirmala. Nirmala clearly points out that thoughts are objects which are known … Continue reading

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