levitra fast delivery One of my favorite books is entitled “The Eye of the I: From Which Nothing is Hidden,” written by Dr. David R. Hawkins. It’s not the easiest read. Ironically, it is Eckhart Tolle who best describes the concept of that title in one of his books. About an experience that was to change his life, Tolle describes the following:
source link “Life seemed meaningless, barren, hostile. It became so unbearable that suddenly the thought came into my mind, “I cannot live with myself any longer.” The thought kept repeating itself several times. Suddenly, I stepped back from the thought, and looked at it, as it were, and I became aware of the strangeness of that thought: “If I cannot live with myself, there must be two of me – the I [the eye] and the self [the I] that I cannot live with.” And the question arose, “Who is the ‘I’ and who is the self that I cannot live with?”
follow site Both Hawkins and Tolle address the idea that our personality–our “constructed self,” is a temporary earthly role that can be observed from another perspective: that of our true eye, the eternal spirit self. The “I” represents our ego self of this lifetime, and all the thoughts, interpretations, perceptions, emotions and judgments that come with it. The “eye” behind the “I,” our spirit, simply observes from the background, without judgment or reaction. Shifting our focus from the “I” to the “eye” whenever possible can help lessen the sting of life events, bringing more peace, acceptance and clarity.
http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=viagra-in-uk I [eye] am the one who sees. From back in here somewhere, I [eye] look out, and I [eye] am aware of the events, thoughts and emotions that pass before me. To attain true inner freedom, you must be able to objectively watch your problems instead of being lost in them…-Michael A. Singer, The Untethered Soul
go to link …the observing eye see simply what is there. The perceiving eye [the “I”] sees more than what is there. Ryan Holiday, The Obstacle is the Way
http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=pfizer-viagra-pharmacy-buy-online The ego [the “I”] analyzes, the Holy Spirit [the eye] accepts. -A Course in Miracles
The ego [the “I”], or more accurately, the belief that one is the ego [the “I”], obscures the Realization of the Reality of the Self as the Oneness of All That is. The dissolution of the ego [the “I”] results in liberation from the bondage of the illusions that create suffering. -Dr. David R. Hawkins
That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. -John 3:6 KJV