Experiencing The Stage Of Being A Detached Observer

Experience the stage of being a detached observer by gradually creating the following thoughts:

I am aware of the present moment and of time… The whole world is out there… I let go for a moment of what is happening around me… It is as if the world continues to turn, but I have stopped for a few minutes and turned into an observer… Mentally, I take a step back… I look around me as if I were in the inside of a room… the room of my mind… In this place, I can be with myself… at peace… calm… free… Here I do not have pressures, or worries, or fears… Nothing and nobody can influence me… I can think… see things as they really are…

I am sitting like an observer, seeing through two windows… These windows are my eyes… I am not my eyes… I am aware of who is looking through these eyes, a tiny sparkling star like energy, the soul… I am different from everything I am seeing… I perceive that separation between the observer and the observed… I observe the things that surround me without judging, without analyzing… I simply observe, remaining at peace with myself…

I see this world as a stage of a great unlimited theatre play… each human being is an actor, a soul playing their own role via their physical body… I simply observe from my inner room… things come and go… nothing is permanent… I do not need to worry about anything or anybody… I let things be… flow… I am at peace… calmed… I share this vibration of peace with all that surrounds me.


Forgetting in Relationship..

Sometimes, someone says something in two minutes that makes you feel really bad – they said it in two minutes but it is still there inside the register of your mind two months or even two years later. How could they! Who do they think they are! Something happened in two minutes and you remember it, you repeat it again in your mind and in your words during interactions with others. You keep replaying the scene repeatedly in your mind. Just like an action replay of a cricket match, you see the replays from different angles and judge the scene in many different and negative ways and come to different conclusions, most of which are negative in nature. With this you strengthen that experience in your mental register. Memories and the experiences associated with the memories replayed continuously in the conscious mind enter your sub-conscious, so that even after a long period of time you remember what they said to you. The other person unburdened themselves and forgot it straightaway.

It’s like your neighbour who takes out rubbish, throws it outside his house, into your compound and forgets about it and you allow that rubbish to remain there, without thinking of getting it cleaned. Someone throws a few words at you and they forget, but not only do you not forget but you repeat them in your mind to such a point that at times these action replays do not even let you sleep. We need to learn the art of forgetting memories that generate shadows of hurt or pain in our present. The past has already gone and what you have now is the present moment.