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You Are Moksa
Lannie: Dear James, wow, I don’t know what to say. I don’t know what happened, but some kind of shift took place. There is a sense of not feeling like a localized person. Everything is so easy. Something happened, maybe by Grace.
There is a sense of being free from all anxiety, but I haven’t “checked out” and am taking care of business so much more effectively than I have in a very long time, maybe ever.
My friend and I have re-connected. I have dropped neurotically analyzing everything that goes on between us and trying to fit us into this masculine/feminine role-playing thing. It is easy and breezy. Whatever happens, happens.
I am still very closely reading your chapters on karma, dharma and karma yoga. I am also reading your latest blog entry on Advaita Academy. Great story!!
I do want moksa more than anything else and I know in every fibre of my being that no object in the world can provide that lasting peace/happiness, and do not want to go back to self-ignorance.
Thank you so very much.
~ Much love, Lannie
James: Well, if you don’t shift back and find that the idea that you want moksa disappears, you are moksa.