Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Thinking from-"Above the sky"

Thinking from-"Above the sky"

Today, I came across this thought:

"A cloud does not know why it moves in just such a direction and at such speed. It feels an impulsion ... this is the place to go now. But the sky knows the reasons and the patterns behind all clouds, and you will know, too, when you lift yourself high enough to see beyond the horizons" - Richard Bach in his novel Illusions.

It is very true, but, some questions were put by my colleagues while discussion.

1. How many times a day can we think like this?

2. How many people in this world can go above their own horizons?

3. How to go?

4. Why to go?

5. What should be expected result?

Then few said, already we have similar philosophy in India. Our Upanishads (Vedanta) state, Tat Tvam Asi, Aham Brahmasmi, and that means every entity is not only part of that ultimate reality, the ultimate truth called God but in fact at conscious level they are unison, omnipotent and omnicious. Millions of years seers, saints, sadhus, fakirs, scripts, sanyasis, elders, ...are stating it how many have been able to actually reach that level?

Few said, once in a while you can go at that level of clouds but at all the times and all the people seams to Utopian.

Few said, why to waste time? We have tried this.

Few said, already there is lot of confusion why to add more?

Few said, it is a good thought to go out of the box, and think.

Few said, there are many courses in Bangalore itself who teach pranik healing, soul cleanings and more like that where they actually literally teach people to do such activities. Few are benefited few are against all these things. many people as many thoughts, in fact, there were unlimited possibilities, hence, our next generation students must learn how to go out of the box and think from 'above the sky'.

Few said why next generation, what about our generation?.. There was huge laughter...

However, there was a good positive discussion on this thought, that's for sure.

coming more.

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