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The True Unicorn: Companies Devoted To Human Transformation - Siddha Performance
“That company transformed my life. It gave me an opportunity to transform myself. There is no other company in the world that does such a thing. When I came home to my children each night, I came home with a soft heart and more energy than when I left. I have never seen such a company in all my life. A company that devotes itself to curing the problems of those under its shelter.”
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august 2018 by bekishore
Freedom Is The Only Thing - Siddha Performance
We are imprisoned by our attachment to the self.

Our likes, our dislikes, our thoughts about the way things should be, our demands, our cravings, our beliefs, our opinions, our siding with this group or that, and so on . . .

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Understand this: Your most powerful drive is the drive to be Free.

What we seek first and foremost is Freedom from all problems.

The drive for success is itself a drive for freedom from the problem of being unsuccessful.

All things are reactionary.
2018-07-20  freedom  only  thing  attached  attachment  siddha  performance  kapil  gupta  like  likes  dislike  dislikes  thoughts  thought  flinch  flinching 
july 2018 by bekishore
Your Morning Hours - Siddha Performance
I don’t see the significance of discussing what one does, much less the order in which one does them.

I do have an idea as to why people like to discuss these things. Because societal man is a Categorizer. He likes to put people into boxes with printed labels.

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What if the question changed from, “What things do you do in the morning?” to “What sort of Experiences do you have, regardless of what you are doing?”

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May you never miss another morning again.
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july 2018 by bekishore
Life Is The Greatest Absurdity - Siddha Performance
Life is simply a joke. An absurdity. A non-linear, haphazard, and unpredictable trail that is fertile for the imagination of hallucinatory human beings.

Life is a Rorschach. You can see in it whatever you wish.

It is a mirage. It is always tempting to see some glimmering landscape on the horizon.

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If you deconstruct life. If you break apart all of the pieces and look at it, bit by bit, you realize that it is not what you thought it was. Instead of pages of prophecy and significance and biography, you find the intelligible gibberish of an infant tapping on the keys of a typewriter.

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You’ve been chasing a ghost, my friend. When things were going well, life had no intention of treating you right. And when things were sour it had no intention of treating you ill. The events that surround us just surround us.
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july 2018 by bekishore
Truths - Siddha Performance
Then what should you do with your life:

See. Create. Then see. Then create. The seeing is for Understanding. The creating is for immersion.
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july 2018 by bekishore
How The Mind Keeps Men Bound And Gagged - Siddha Performance
If you wish to take a slave on a trip, you cannot ask the slave. You must ask the slave’s owner.

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Aristotle Onassis’ father must have learned this lesson. For he told his son, “When you meet a man, write down how much time he is worth.”

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Why does man not take action?

Because the mind has him bound and gagged.

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Why does the mind have him bound and gagged?

Because of the mind’s love-hate relationship with change.

The mind likes new things. It likes changes of scenery. It enjoys vacations. New smells. New clothes. And so on.

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You see, the mind is a coating of wax on a dirty car. The dirt remains preserved forever.

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The difference between the superstar athlete and the one who struggles throughout his career is that one enjoys being a superstar and the other enjoys struggle.
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july 2018 by bekishore
The Most Honest, Simple, Pure, and Painful Truth About Achieving Success - Siddha Performance
The person who asks for tips [ reg success / to succeed ] is the very same person who isn’t going to follow any of them.

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Success is a natural byproduct of hunger.

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I am saying that the reason that you are where you are is because you are okay with being where you are.

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When you absolutely despise where you are. When it’s suffocating you. When it simply is no longer acceptable to you, you will act.

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The source of your greatest momentum will not be the happiness that pulls you, but the pain that pushes you.
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july 2018 by bekishore
Uncompromising - Siddha Performance
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Accept nothing.

Nor is there a need to fight against it.

Recognize it as false. And move on.

Success and failure are false ideas.

For it is only the person that hopes for success that gives birth to the idea of failure.

And hope is the empty sort of calories that will keep you hungry forever.

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Society can proclaim and cry out and prescribe to the masses if it so pleases.

But when it passes me, it will see in my eyes that I am a lost case. That there is no just point in opening its mouth. That it is far better served to proselytize the willing.

And leave the Wild and Unwilling to their own devices.

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If I have a loaf of bread, I am happy to “compromise” half of it with you.

But if I have a vision, do not come near me. For I will not compromise a single drop of it, in order to fit into your neat and fabricated idea of “being practical.”

Practical is the way to Get. It is not the way to give up!

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Because you believe that compromise is for the benevolent.

My dear friend, compromise is for the things that don’t matter to you.

Compromise is for the things that hold no value.

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The “friend” who is a compromiser has no need to come my way. For I will not compromise with my insistence upon surrounding myself with those who are Uncompromising.
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july 2018 by bekishore
Why Human Beings Waste Time - Siddha Performance
is it possible for him to live a life in which he is engaged or inspired or in concentration at every moment during the day?

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The answer that an individual gives to this question will determine the path he wishes to walk. Whether it is the path of time wastage, or the path to unending concentration/inspiration/engagement.

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I ‘m interested only in matters of the heart. I find the brain to be incredibly overrated.

The truth is this: Possibility and impossibility only arise once the question is Sincerely Explored.

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What if the concept of boredom suddenly vanished?

What if tomorrow was going to be a day that you had truly never seen before?

The truth, my friend, is that we live on the outskirts of life. We spend our entire lifetime deliberating whether or not we should enter the mysterious void.

To be resolute in entering or resolute in avoiding it would be far better than a life of ambivalence.

...
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july 2018 by bekishore
A Letter To The Superhuman - Siddha Performance
I will state a great Truth.

You have adopted the habits and behaviors of mortal men.

Society is your enemy. You cannot afford to wear any of its colors. You cannot afford to wave its flag.

Society is a vortex which consumes those who allow themselves to be consumed.

One of the habits of society that you have inculcated is the oscillation between Mind and No-Mind.
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july 2018 by bekishore
Master, Can You Not Journey With People For Free? - Siddha Performance
S: What is the Truth, Master?

M: If I tell you, you will consider it. As you consider it, you will either believe or not believe. If you believe it, you will not have understood. If you do not believe it, you will not have understood.

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S: I still would like to hear it.

M: I have no interest in wasting my words, student. Curiosity does not inspire me to reveal anything to anyone.

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S: I am frustrated . . . And also envious, Master. In a way, I find myself angry with you. You have done nothing to me. But I am frustrated that I have not found the answers, despite years of effort. And I am angry and envious that you have. Why should these come to you and not to me? Please forgive me, Master.

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S: Then why does the Truth come to you and not to me?

M: Because I am more serious than you.

S: That is indeed head-on. The universe does not give lee way, I suppose.

M: Why should it, student? Why should it give its most glorious riches to one who is not sufficiently sincere? This world is full of pretenders, my student. Every day they beg to have an audience with me. They say lofty things. They feign sincerity. If I agree to seem them and begin to speak of what it will take to realize the Truth, they make all kinds of excuses. They cannot do this. They cannot do that. They will have to wait until the time is right. Someday they will return. True sincerity, being All-in, the willingness to beg, borrow, and steal if one must . . . Such humans are one in a million, student. One in a million.

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july 2018 by bekishore
Driven - Siddha Performance
world class >>> A critical minimum of “liking,” coupled with a critical minimum of talent.

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What interests me more is Doing The Least, while Getting The Most.

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You see, hard work is largely an anxiety. It is an adherence to a societal tenet. It is work for work’s sake.

Understand this Truth: The reason it takes 15 years to become World Class at something is because for 14 of those years you were doing it all wrong.

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Because I learned long ago that human beings are lazy and uninspiring creatures. They rehash the derivative. They propagate the commonplace. And they have Zero interest in The Truth. This is why I have a visceral disdain and rampant disrespect for Society and The Masses. To me, they are Sub-human. They are filler. They are a waste of precious Oxygen.

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july 2018 by bekishore
The Room Of Devotion - Siddha Performance
I said to him, “Because you have not yet decided to walk the True Journey. And do not for one second assume that I am telling you to walk it. That would not be genuine. Each person, if he wishes to become a Bruce Lee, must arrive at the point in his life in which he slams his fist on the table and he decides. He decides that from this point forward, I am going to devote my life to THIS.”

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Devotion is a freedom from domesticity.
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july 2018 by bekishore
Unthinkable - Siddha Performance
Because greater than 99 percent of thought is a tire stuck in mud. It is a spinning of the wheels. It is a circular loop. It is a needle stuck on the record player.
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july 2018 by bekishore
A Monastic Life - Siddha Performance
One human being is ideal. Two can be perfect.

Three is a disaster.

And any more than three becomes ritual and form.
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july 2018 by bekishore
Unicorn - Siddha Performance
I only wish to look you square in the eyes, and ask you with a soft voice:

Are you training to become The Only?
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july 2018 by bekishore
Do You Worry About ISIS? - Siddha Performance
Devoting our lives to finding Perfection in the way that we live . . .

. . . is far more inspirational than worrying about how we will die.

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Who needs to worry about “ISIS” when within our minds lives all the “terror” we can possibly handle?

Anger. Greed. Envy. Jealousy. Disappointment. Pain. Remorse. Guilt. Hope. Fear. Failure. Sadness. Frustration. Anxiety. Hatred. Confusion.

ISIS kills a man once. But the things listed above kill a man a thousand times over.
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july 2018 by bekishore
Life And Nature Don't Give A Damn - Siddha Performance
Life doesn’t even acknowledge you, my friend.

Nature doesn’t either.

Each tumbles and rolls and soars according to its own uncompromising rhythm.

Neither of them give a damn.

So why do you?
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july 2018 by bekishore
Struggling Through Engineered Storms - Siddha Performance
Every human being is on a path toward Living.

It is just that he has created problems for himself in reaching it.

And he has created problems for himself because he has been taught to romanticize the idea of Struggle.

“Without struggle there can be no progress.” Isn’t this the idea that pervades all of humanity?

The greatest struggle, my friend, is to see that there is no problem.

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Struggles such as poverty and physical pain and ailment are at least understandable. They can be overcome rather easily. But at least they are tangible and visible.

But the drape of “spirituality” is a trap that few come back from.
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july 2018 by bekishore
On The Buddha's Enlightenment And Yours - Siddha Performance
Until Do or Die is reached, nothing really happens.

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The thing about which a man is Sincere, he attains.

And the thing about which he is not Sincere, he looks for prescriptions.

What else are you going to do with your life?

Why else are you here?
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july 2018 by bekishore
A Quiet Conversation With A Young Prince - Siddha Performance
Me: Your suffering does not come from conquest. Your suffering comes from the significance that you attach to it.

You: Do you not believe conquest to be significant?

Me: Tell me, young prince. If you do not conquer, will you one day die?

You: Yes.

Me: If you succeed in conquering, will you one day die?

You: Yes.

Me: Then how can there be any significance?

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Me: My dear prince, the bliss is in the conquering. Suffering is in the “having conquered.”

You: No significance.

Me: Indeed, young prince . . . Indeed.
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july 2018 by bekishore
Becoming Perfect - Siddha Performance
Understand that Perfect has nothing to do with Perfectionism.

Perfect is the state of Being Perfect.

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Mankind has lost the war with his mind. And the greatest reason for this is because he doesn’t even recognize that a battle is taking place.

Perfectionism is the Need to be perfect.

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“So you don’t want me to try. But you don’t want me Not to try. You don’t want me to think. But you don’t want me to force myself from thinking. You don’t want me to guide. But you don’t want me to completely let go. You don’t want me to try to be perfect. But you don’t want me to even need to be perfect. But still you think I’m supposed to arrive at perfection. Is this what you’re saying?”

I will look into this man’s eyes with a gentle smile, and say . . .

My dear friend, is that a problem?
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july 2018 by bekishore
The Secret Training That Bestows Instant Enlightenment Upon Any Man Or Woman Who Touches It - Siddha Performance
In that glorious masterpiece of a film, Bravheart, there is a scene that comes to mind.

William Wallace, the leader of Scotland’s resistance has been captured and imprisoned by his enemy, The English King. During his imprisonment, the woman who would be the English Queen comes to visit Wallace in prison.

She says to Wallace, “Sir, I come to beg you to confess all, and swear allegiance to the king, that he might show you mercy.”

To which Wallace replies, “If I swear to him, then everything I am is dead already.”

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Never in all my life have I attempted to coax any man away from his sensibilities. Never have I attempted to “motivate” anyone. For if I do, then I am dead already.

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I respect Tony Robbins for some of his insights, for some of them are undeniably correct. But his attempts to “motivate” and “energize” and “scream” and “dance” are sugar highs that leave a man by the time he reaches the parking lot. It is silly. And completely fruitless.

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Never try to awaken a man who wishes to stay asleep.

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For years I wanted to know what the zone was. As I look upon my shelf I see at least two books on “the zone.” They spend 300 pages saying that time slows down and things become effortless.

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The zone, my dear friend, is a state of No-Mind.

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So what does this mean for you?

What it means is that when a man who undergoes a special training to learn to Stop Thinking, he gains Clarity.

He gains Atmamun (the mind of the spirit).

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And when you converse with a family member in this glorious state, your family member falls in love with you all over again.

When you speak to a business associate or an employee or a prospective client in this state, your words and your presence send a signal to the person’s mind that you are a Stalwart and a Master for whom they would do anything.

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Put succinctly: The inability to curb involuntary thought is the single most pervasive Cancer of all mankind!

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Devote one small part of your life to this one single training, and as sure as the night follows the day, all of the things listed above will become your living reality.
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july 2018 by bekishore
Achieve This. And You Will Become God - Siddha Performance
It is like the cartoon of the man who has destroyed his entire house after numerous failed attempts at swatting a fly.

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Why do those who achieve it, achieve it?

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I will Not enter down the road of modeling the behaviors of successful people. For success is a product of non-negotiable visions more than it is a product of behaviors.

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Thought-Freedom is not freedom of thought. It is the freedom to think only when you want to think. And the ability to have Silence of Mind when you are not thinking.

Thought-Freedom is to have Silence as your default state. And thinking as a voluntary and utilitarian act.

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When you need the car, you drive it. When you don’t need it, it doesn’t drive keep driving around the block. It sits quiet and still in the garage.

If you were to live in Thought-Freedom, you would have thoughts Only when you wanted to have them. Thought would become utilitarian. It would be a tool. And thus you would only Think when you needed to think. Thus you would have all the great thoughts and ideas, without the noise.

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There are great ideas coming at you every minute. But you only hear them once in a blue moon. And this is because they are drowned out by the mental chatter. The noise. The constant stream of involuntary thought. The tape-recorder.

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It has been said, “All of man’s ills arise from his inability to be still.”

But what has not been said is, “The inability to sit still is the result of the greatest disease of mankind: Involuntary Thought.”

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Put succinctly, if you train yourself to achieve Thought-Freedom, you become a living, breathing God.

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What I’ve given you in this discourse is the actual fine print underlying Enlightenment, Moksha, Nirvana, Samadhi, Freedom, Peace, Bliss, and Liberation.

Become trained to do this, and you get all of the above for free.

Simply put . . . This is the only thing we must achieve. For upon achieving this one thing, all needs, desires, pains, and miseries vanish.

And one becomes a living god.

Namaste.
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july 2018 by bekishore
Becoming Napoleon And Buddha: The Untold Secrets To Leading Your Business Empire - Siddha Performance
how to become a great leader

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Listen to your team, communicate as efficiently as possible, be an example, be passionate, be consistent, make firm decisions, identify mentors and role models, interfere only when necessary, know your limits, know your strengths, know your weaknesses, don’t make excuses, do good, meet new people, temper your reactions, and have fun . . .

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To lead your empire, you must understand human beings.

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You need only understand the heart which beats within them. And the mind which mercilessly rules them.

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If you wish to get them to do something, you must provide for them a vision.

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Understand, my friend, that this empire will not make you whole. You must arrive whole.

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Your army must see in You what they’ve always longed to see in themselves.

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Understand, my friend, that man is hungry for a journey more than he is hungry for a job.

He will appease you if you feed his stomach. But he will walk with you to the end of the earth if you feed his soul.

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Slowly, carefully, and strategically, we will tease away the sinews and vines that keep you tethered to your destructive mind.

For it is bound by you. And you are bound by it.

...
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july 2018 by bekishore
The Lost Spirit Within The Artist - Siddha Performance
“Because the greatest things in life are not grabbed by the throat. They are attracted by the spirit.”

“You’re a goddamn poet, I swear. I’m all ears, Kapil.”

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“Amy D has always been here, brother. You’ve just been looking the other way. You’ve ignored her for years. Give your every triumph to her. Don’t do it as a sacrifice against yourself. Do it as a genuine, sincere, and all consuming gift for her. And as you do, you will begin to feel her presence again.”

He smiled and said, “Damn it, Kapil. Can we ever go through a session without you making me cry? But I’m so grateful to have met you.”

“All human beings come into our lives for a reason, brother. If we listen to the universe and its unerring wisdom, then we reach out and hold on to those it brings our way, no matter what our mind tells us to do. Tears flow when human beings rediscover a part of themselves. And when you and I first met, I told you that we are on a journey back to the self you left long ago.”

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“Always remember, my friend. You will create reasonably good work if you do things for yourself. But if you do things for Amy D, you will become Rembrandt incarnate. Everything you touch will become a masterpiece for the world to behold.”
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july 2018 by bekishore
My God. I'm Finally Free! - Siddha Performance
“But when I heard this [ ...bad... news ], it just didn’t bother me. And when that happened, I had a reaction to this reaction. I was like, Oh my God, how can I feel so calm? This is amazing. I’m not bothered by it. I’ll do whatever needs to be done. But I’m just not bothered by it. And now that I think about it, even small conflicts and incidences around the house don’t bother me anymore. They just don’t. Oh my God, I’m finally free.”
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july 2018 by bekishore
A Delicate Solution To The Pains And Sorrows Of Your Life - Siddha Performance
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There will come a day in the future that isn’t as distant as your mind tells you it is. A day will certainly come when you and I are no longer here. And though a select few humans in the world will cry that we are gone, they will once again return to their lives. The buses and the trains will continue to run. The stores will open at the same time they always have.

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And on that day that you die, if you are lucky you will have a moment or two to look back upon the number of hours and days and years that you were allotted. And when you do, what will you feel? What will you have to say about it?

I’m not interested in what others will say about you when you are dead.

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In the end, life is more verb than noun.

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july 2018 by bekishore
Looking Into Your Eyes. And Calling Your Bluff - Siddha Performance
“These people listen and nod their heads but they don’t Act upon the advice. That is the problem.”

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Because the vast majority of men and women are not interested in any sincere journey toward Everest. They’re interested in being Entertained by stories about Everest.

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As for Vipassana, I will gladly attend it. On one condition.

If those who exit the Vipassana hall are equanimous, regardless of the circumstance, I will attend.
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july 2018 by bekishore
The Place You So Desperately Want To Go - Siddha Performance
I will only say this, and I will say it with softness in my voice and sincerity in my heart:

What If There Was A Way Out Of All This?

Not happiness. Not meditation. Not mindfulness. Not positive thinking. Not yoga. Not retreats. Not motivation. Not prayer. Not incense. Not gratitude. Not anything that the feel-good, cosmetic, trite, insincere, derivative, impotent, and unoriginal society has told you.

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If life has taught me anything, it is that there are no coincidences.

There is a cosmic and universal reason that I’ve spoken these words.

And more importantly, there is a cosmic and universal reason that of the 7.5 Billion people on Earth, I just happened to be speaking these words to YOU.
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july 2018 by bekishore
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