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Who am I

Q&A with Sirshree

Who Am I?

Who Am I? ...Instead of imagining, experience it with peace.

Seeker: Who am I?
Sirshree: This is something that only you have to tell.
Seeker: I try a lot. Yet I cannot find out that ‘I’. What is it like? Even after lots of effort I’m unable to find it. Nothing is clear.
Sirshree: You are trying to know it with the help of your imagination. Truth is beyond imagination. When the mind is unable to see a particular thing then it starts imagining about it. Who is that who says that the ‘I’ cannot be found? Instead of imagining, experience it with peace. Before grasping the ‘I am’ feeling, ‘Understanding’ has to be gained. Otherwise the mind will again and again raise its head and will weave a web of imagination. Reach the roots of it. Understanding is imparted in the final truth discourses – that can make you reach there. Once you reach there, the mind falls or surrenders itself at the feet of God where everything is acceptable to it. This way, the mind will die. Surrendering yourself and understanding is one and the same. When the ego understands the power of God – then it surrenders. By understanding, it goes into silence.
Seeker: How should this surrendering be?
Sirshree: Surrendering is successful only after the real meaning of surrendering is understood. This knowledge comes only after attaining final Truth and supreme knowledge. This is not a state where the feeling changes and faith falters when our wishes are not granted. It is total acceptance and surrender, whether our demands are met or not. Surrendering is complete only when it is doubtless. Such surrendering encompasses absolutely everything, whatever happens with us or with others.
Seeker: But isn’t it funny that we constantly keep trying to find this ‘I’? ‘Who am I? Who am I?’ – We keep thinking only of this.
Sirshree: You think of yourself as the body, that is why it seems humorous. But it is exactly the opposite. This thing is very serious. The moment you know yourself – all problems, all the depression, anger, worries, hatred vanishes. The fear of death and the struggle of life ends.
  1. subhash bhatia
    August 6, 2011 at 11:46 am

    Accepting that consciousness is the force behind running the world and it is the consciousness which is manifesting the world enables me to regain my equanimity after a breakdown. This acceptance is the natural outcome of complete surrender to God!
    Subhash Bhatia

  2. Ramadevi
    January 2, 2012 at 6:00 pm

    Everything is seems to be right, but as we are leaving in materialistic world it is very hard to follow. I believe in God, but fail to total surrender with him due to life problems. Any suggestions plz to over come from the problem?

  3. Nilesh
    May 13, 2013 at 3:37 pm

    Abosultely Superb Sirshree, il like this converastion so much.

  4. Nilesh
    May 13, 2013 at 3:38 pm

    Abosultely Superb Sirshree, i like this conversation so much. Dhanywad!

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