Does it matter what motivates your self-inquiry?

Sometimes we don’t have a choice. Sometimes the suffering is so shattering who we identify with that the following anxiety forces us to get closer to who we are. There is no point in telling you, as it is a discovering, one has to do subjectivly. How is up to your vehicle. How you vihecle is put together. The local filter through which the one experiences itself. With this writing I intend to trigger, spark, catalyze this inquiry in you. Osho would shatter with his words, and offer devices to shatter these beliefs for the inquiry to begin. The cracks are where the light gets in when your doors and windows are closed. I’m using a metaphor here to describe how we’ve UNCONSCIOUSLY, mechanically, closed off our senses. Not just the senses of the physical body, but also the sense of the third eye between the two physical eyes. Psychology can explain when and how this takes place in the body mind vihecle, so I won’t go into the details…

Back to the initial questions: The answer is yes and no. In the end it does not matter if you take your inquiry all the way, but you will only take your inquiry, or at least I did, when the inquiry is sincere. And the motivation is sincere when you get a taste. The taste and thirst will draw you towards yourself. Life longs for itself…

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