Self and Ego

by Arthur Osborne

"When you feel this sense of being, this pure ‘I-am,' you find that it does not fall into any category. It is neither yours nor is it not yours, it is neither divided from other people nor united with them; it just is. And it is pure, simple consciousness."

With practice, you can rest in Being, just as you now breathe or eat. And, as with breathing or eating . . .


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