Indian Im-pressions....

December 6, 2017

"If you love India, for whatever reason you might base your feelings on, please DO NOT READ THIS ARTICLE...or if you do read it, and you don’t know me, please don’t hate me"  these were my words and my thoughts in the first 24 hours in India.... 

 

Now, over one month later, here I am with a clear image of my experience, and what an experience that was....

India is probably one of the most controversial countries in this world, a land of dust/sand, a land of monkey feces, a land where cow manure is used as offerings to the Gods, and a land where survival is, most of the times, the main focus....

I used to think while being there, that if the world would be to end NOW, many people there would find it as a blessing.....

But then again, through the wind blowing dust in your face, the smell of poverty, the dogs fighting, the monkey piss falling off buildings on the walkway (if you are lucky not to find your head under the action area)..... you just don`t see India, you are bothered by life so much, that the only thought running through your western mind is where to hide and breath.... my mind was challenged, my heart was aking, my soul was shook from its grounds to discover the Truth...

 

The Essence of Indian philosophy is:

Indian philosophy is pessimistic 1. It originates in dissatisfaction with the present conditions of materialistic world. 2. This world is fraught with innumerable hardships and man is embroiled in the vicious circle of enjoyment(bhoga) and impressions(saṃskāra). 3. Thus man never gets tranquility of soul and equanimity of mind. 4. This sort of pessimism is indispensable for progress of life.

 

But ironically enough, this civilisation is still dwelling in misery, there hasn`t been any progress in either life as you see it, or in attaining some kind of liberation before death, they are still all, through culture and belief systems, aiming for liberation at the end of it.... 

I have never felt so much pain and misery in my entire time spent in this lifetime, but it is that kind of pain that drags you in, and offers you a numbing comfort that any human has, ability to adapt and mold into the changes. 

Human nature is shaped by it`s environment and belief systems. Souls are shaped by the experience of Human Nature. After all, we are all here for the same reason: experience life, detachment, solitude, desperate will to find our way and our "true self", experiencing OUTSIDE by all means, shapes and forms.

Inside, the truth is, life does not EXIST, inside, LIFE IS, and when one finds that, liberation is attained, and you realize that the cow manure that you just offered to the Gods, the monkey piss that just fell on your head, and the sand that you can still chew between your western clean teeth, all of it, is just there as an outside reflection of an inner misery..... 

 

Most of the times, the misery outside is the main force that pushes you inside of yourself so you can see the truth and heal, transform, elevate....

 

At the end, India has opened another level of my Third Eye/Ajna.... ever so grateful for every moment there! 

 

When you take your shoes off, and you feel the ground, and when that ground is filled with billions of prayers for peace, love, unity and tolerance, that energy is entering through your naked soles and rises right up into your Heart and then you See, that no matter what is reflected outside, your Soul is not one of a Person, but one of the World. Pain and misery outside this world are nothing but a reflection of an uncleaned energy memory, dwelling throughout generations.

Look inside, AWAKEN, MEDITATE, ELEVATE. 

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