Right now you are identified with the mind. you think you are it. From there comes the fear. If you are identified with the mind, naturally if the mind stops you are finished, you are no more. And you don’t know anything beyond the mind.
You fight anger, and for a moment it seems as if you are going to conquer it – but than the very next day you discover that the victory was merely imaginary, anger takes hold of you again. You fight sexual desire: for a moment it seems that you are victorious, but then again you are defeated.
Life is Beautiful:First, believe in this world – that there is meaning behind everything. Everything in the world is good, is holy and beautiful. If you see something evil, think that you do not understand it in the right light. Throw the burden on yourselves!
Thousand and one are the temptation around you because many people are there peddling their wares. It is a super market, the world, and everybody is interested in selling his wares to you; everybody is a salesman.
A new combination, a new synergy is needed: awareness with spontaneity. That is what indian sufi mystic Kabir mean when he says Sahaj Samadhi. Shaj means spontaneity, and Samadhi means awareness: Spontaneous awareness.
The Self of a Buddha, one who had achieved cessation of attachment to the aggregates, could only be understood firsthand. One cannot convey enlightenment in words; one experiences it directly.