I would suggest forgetting whatever you learned with TM and just become aware 
of the one having the thought - of course its possible - it who you really are




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 From: sound of stillness <soundofstilln...@ymail.com>
To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com 
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 2:03 PM
Subject: [FairfieldLife] Is it possible for  'aware-ness' to be an object?
 

  
I was listening to a meditation teacher (not a TM teacher) who when asked about 
thoughts, gave the instruction . . .

"Become aware of the one who is having the thoughts."

Is it possible to become 'aware' of the one who is having a thought?

Is it possible for  'aware-ness' to be an object?

If not, if 'aware-ness' is always the 'subject', then what is the distinction 
between the instruction the meditation teacher gave and 'awareness becoming 
aware of itself', a.k.a. 'self-referral awareness'.

Was the meditation teacher asking the student to 'do' something that isn't 
possible?

Michael


 

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