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The Centre of the Universe
Fred: Hello, Ram and Sundari. My name is Fred. I came to Trout Lake to see you. I know you are busy and I don’t have a question to ask you or need a reply. I feel I would be ungrateful if I didn’t tell you how everything has clicked since then. I can’t leave things undone anymore; my svadharma is so clear, inquiry happens. This cannot be lost or put on the back burner. I am tearing up as I write; this life, me, is so good.
Always, always. I can’t say I know awareness but I would be lying if I said I didn’t. I’m not able to get to India (flies, shit and hash) but I want to be around you ASAP, Isvara’s will be done. Still the center of my universe.
~ Love and gratitude, your student, Fred
Sundari: Hello, Fred. Thank you for your appreciation and feedback, we are so happy to hear that the knowledge is working for you!
You certainly do know awareness or you would not be writing this email, and with continued practice self-knowledge should change the indirect knowledge to direct knowledge and you will know without any doubt that you are awareness. Until then, apply the knowledge, keep taking that stand in awareness as awareness and practise the opposite thought whenever a thought to the contrary arises in the mind. Keep up the good work.☺
We hope to see you again next year, and remember – you are not only the centre of the universe – the universe, if there is such a thing, is in you. There is nowhere you are not.
We hope that self-knowledge continues to unfold your life and the peace and clarity that ensues keeps growing.
~ Much love to you from both of us, Sundari