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Annamalai Swami


Watch the thoughts come and go without identifying with them in any way. If you can resist the impulse to claim each and every thought as your own, you will come to a startling conclusion: you will discover that you are the consciousness in which the thoughts appear and disappear. You will discover that this thing called mind only exists when thoughts are allowed to run free.


QUESTION : What is the easiest way to be free of the “little self”?
Annamalai Swami: Stop identifying with it. If you can convince yourself “This "little self” is not me", it will just disappear.
Question: But how to do this?
Annamalai Swami: The “little self” is something which only appears to be real. If you understand that it has no real existence it will disappear, leaving behind it the experience of the real and only Self. Understand that it has no real existence and it will stop troubling you.
Consciousness is universal. There is no limitation or “little self” in it. It is only when we identify with and limit ourselves to the body and the mind that this false self is born. If, through enquiry, you go to the Source of this “little self”, you find that it dissolves into nothingness
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