OVERCOMING FORGETFULNESS

Life appears mysterious when we begin to suppose about it deeply and earnestly. On the face, there's no riddle whatsoever. We feel to have a result to every problem, an answer to every question. But when we dive beneath the face, we stumble upon questions that have no easy answers. We may want to reason and find rational explanations, but life refuses to remain confined within the narrow lanes of sense and rationality.       obliviousness is illogical. No bone   knows why we forget one thing but not another. No bone   knows when the obliviousness of a thing starts. No bone   knows in advance how long it'll continue. What we do know is that obliviousness ends with remembrance. The only way to not forget effects — especially effects that really matter is to find ways to remind ourselves of them as frequently as possible, and in as numerous ways as possible.       Vedanta narrows down the problem of our present malaise to obliviousness. I'm birthless and endless, pure and perfect, and eternally free. Yet I witness myself as someone who was born and who'll die, someone who's far from pure and perfect, and someone who's counted down by a million enterprises and worries. I'm godly — and yet I witness myself as mortal.       How could such a radical change do? Why did this be? No bone   knows how and no bone   knows why. Vedanta preceptors ’ answer might feel like being in denial, but it's really not. They say that the change noway really passed. Nothing really has happed. Everything is as it has always been. I'm as I always was. I'm still godly, indeed then and indeed now. It’s just that I feel to have forgotten it ever. All that I need to do is recover my lost memory. The problem is aggravated because I haven't simply forgotten who I'm but have also begun to see myself as someone differently.       Chancing innovative ways to remind ourselves is one thing we all can do. We formerly do it in life. To remind us of the effects we need to buy, we've shopping lists. To remind us of our movables , we've timetables. To remind us to wake up at the right time, we set admonitions. To remind us to meet our exercise pretensions, we get an app. To remind us of our favored bones   , we keep their filmland. To remind us of the right route, we use GPS.       How can I remind myself of who I really am? Through using particular cautions. I like to call them “ wake- up bells. ” Just as the sound of a bell incontinently attracts our attention, the wake- up bell cautions us to the effects that tend to slide out of the mind. obliviousness is a kind of sleep. In sleep we forget who we're and where we are. The only way to recover our obliviousness is to wake up. By forgetting our true nature, we've come set( baddha), immersed in the sleep of ignorance. We recover our memory and come free when we're awake( buddha). The wake- up bell helps us to do just that.       So where do we find these wake- up bells? They're each around us far and wide. We just need to fete them. Everything that we do in life can potentially come a wake- up bell. All that we need is creativity to associate the occasion or the exertion with an occasion to wake up. We need to( 1) be apprehensive of the ideal,( 2) fete the need to flash back it always,( 3) admit our obliviousness, and( 4) set up our own monuments. That's how a wake- up bell is born.       Then are a many samples of possible wake- up bells the kind of effects I can recite or say to myself.       Before drawing a room    My own room       Is an extension of my mind.       When I clean my room,       My mind becomes clear.       Before picking up the phone or joining a discussion    Words are important       And time is precious.       I ’ll hear with attention       And speak with a clear mind.       Before a mess    Food preserves life.       Wasting food is wasting life.       I ’ll eat sluggishly, responsibly,       And with gratefulness.       Before beginning work    My body and mind are instruments.       I ’ll care for them and use them well.       When they're nourished,       I feel strong and happy.       While getting into a auto    A auto peregrination presto,       The mind travels briskly.       Let me use them both       With care and caution.       Before meeting people    sticking the following to the reverse of your room’s door is a great idea!)       Every person I meet,       Is, like me, the Ātman.   May I always treat others       With love and respect.       Feel free to modify these, so they best reflect who you're and what you value, and also produce more bells of your own! If you feel like participating your bells with others, use the space for commentary below.       These wake- up bells help vastly in prostrating obliviousness. They've been tried and it’s amazing how effective theyare.However, the wake- up bells will change your mind, If you do n’t believe in cautions.

  Life appears mysterious when we begin to suppose about it deeply and earnestly. On the face, there's no riddle whatsoever. We feel to have a result to every problem, an answer to every question. But when we dive beneath the face, we stumble upon questions that have no easy answers. We may want to reason and find rational explanations, but life refuses to remain confined within the narrow lanes of sense and rationality. 

 

 obliviousness is illogical. No bone

 knows why we forget one thing but not another. No bone

 knows when the obliviousness of a thing starts. No bone

 knows in advance how long it'll continue. What we do know is that obliviousness ends with remembrance. The only way to not forget effects — especially effects that really matter is to find ways to remind ourselves of them as frequently as possible, and in as numerous ways as possible. 

 

 Vedanta narrows down the problem of our present malaise to obliviousness. I'm birthless and endless, pure and perfect, and eternally free. Yet I witness myself as someone who was born and who'll die, someone who's far from pure and perfect, and someone who's counted down by a million enterprises and worries. I'm godly — and yet I witness myself as mortal. 

 

 How could such a radical change do? Why did this be? No bone

 knows how and no bone

 knows why. Vedanta preceptors ’ answer might feel like being in denial, but it's really not. They say that the change noway really passed. Nothing really has happed. Everything is as it has always been. I'm as I always was. I'm still godly, indeed then and indeed now. It’s just that I feel to have forgotten it ever. All that I need to do is recover my lost memory. The problem is aggravated because I haven't simply forgotten who I'm but have also begun to see myself as someone differently. 

 

 Chancing innovative ways to remind ourselves is one thing we all can do. We formerly do it in life. To remind us of the effects we need to buy, we've shopping lists. To remind us of our movables , we've timetables. To remind us to wake up at the right time, we set admonitions. To remind us to meet our exercise pretensions, we get an app. To remind us of our favored bones

 , we keep their filmland. To remind us of the right route, we use GPS. 

 

 How can I remind myself of who I really am? Through using particular cautions. I like to call them “ wake- up bells. ” Just as the sound of a bell incontinently attracts our attention, the wake- up bell cautions us to the effects that tend to slide out of the mind. obliviousness is a kind of sleep. In sleep we forget who we're and where we are. The only way to recover our obliviousness is to wake up. By forgetting our true nature, we've come set( baddha), immersed in the sleep of ignorance. We recover our memory and come free when we're awake( buddha). The wake- up bell helps us to do just that. 

 

 So where do we find these wake- up bells? They're each around us far and wide. We just need to fete them. Everything that we do in life can potentially come a wake- up bell. All that we need is creativity to associate the occasion or the exertion with an occasion to wake up. We need to( 1) be apprehensive of the ideal,( 2) fete the need to flash back it always,( 3) admit our obliviousness, and( 4) set up our own monuments. That's how a wake- up bell is born. 

 

 Then are a many samples of possible wake- up bells the kind of effects I can recite or say to myself. 

 

 Before drawing a room 

 My own room 

 

 Is an extension of my mind. 

 

 When I clean my room, 

 

 My mind becomes clear. 

 

 Before picking up the phone or joining a discussion 

 Words are important 

 

 And time is precious. 

 

 I ’ll hear with attention 

 

 And speak with a clear mind. 

 

 Before a mess 

 Food preserves life. 

 

 Wasting food is wasting life. 

 

 I ’ll eat sluggishly, responsibly, 

 

 And with gratefulness. 

 

 Before beginning work 

 My body and mind are instruments. 

 

 I ’ll care for them and use them well. 

 

 When they're nourished, 

 

 I feel strong and happy. 

 

 While getting into a auto 

 A auto peregrination presto, 

 

 The mind travels briskly. 

 

 Let me use them both 

 

 With care and caution. 

 

 Before meeting people 

 sticking the following to the reverse of your room’s door is a great idea!) 

 

 Every person I meet, 

 

 Is, like me, the Ātman. 

May I always treat others 

 

 With love and respect. 

 

 Feel free to modify these, so they best reflect who you're and what you value, and also produce more bells of your own! If you feel like participating your bells with others, use the space for commentary below. 

 

 These wake- up bells help vastly in prostrating obliviousness. They've been tried and it’s amazing how effective theyare.However, the wake- up bells will change your mind, If you do n’t believe in cautions. 

 Source:Vedanta society,Wikipedia

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