Seeking and Finding

What are we looking for?

The only problem we ever have is that we think we are separate from happiness.

So, we search. 


Happiess is your true nature. It is not wrong to desire it. What is wrong is seeking it outside when it is inside. - Sri Ramana Maharshi


As with car keys and wedding rings, so with Self-realization - we shouldn’t stop seeking until we find.

But we find here and now, always here and now.


This is the paradox and the delight!

Enlightenment is completely personal without necessarily being unique.

Let’s look at the problem:

  • Something went wrong.

  • Someone was lost forever.

  • You did something for which you can't forgive yourself.

  • She or he did something for which you can’t forgive them.

  • You don’t know what to do about the suffering in the world.

The liberating truth isn’t a magical sentence.

The liberating truth reunites us with lost love!

What would it take for you to completely love yourself and the world?

Most people would say it would take a hard reboot.

Your life is supposed to be beautiful, and if it doesn’t seem this way, a thought has carried you away.

Thinking is hard to detect when you're identified with it.

But you must return to the silence You Are - this is the fountain of joy.

Reboot to your earliest notion of inherent perfection.

How did you feel before it all fell apart?

Recapture the beautiful peace of the heart. Your true Self is found in Silence and deepening love.

Don’t try to integrate Silence with anything you think you learned later on.

Silence is the path.

The path and the goal are the same.

Let yourself dissolve into the Love that you are in the deepest part of yourself, and everything will fall into place. - Wolter Keers

Who Are Jay's Influences?

Jay Jennifer's heart-influences include Robert Adams, Alfred Aiken, Peter Dziuban, and Ramana Maharshi.







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