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Nancy: Hi, Ramji. Regarding this delightful(!!) break-up of energy which actually I am very grateful for: is this an apparent process that many seekers go through?
Ramji: I am not sure what you mean by the “break-up of energy,” Nancy. Do you mean negative feelings and bad thoughts, like fears? If so, yes.
Nancy: In the few months before we were introduced to you via your site, I read all of Adyashanti’s books and saw many of his DVDs. His breaking up of energy took seven years and he said that he would never want anyone to go through what he went through. My sentiments exactly.
At times, when I do the discrimination the feeling is like a current in the river, but this may be coming a little less now. I remember reading that you experienced something similar.
I remember when I read what you wrote, that the breaking up of energy would take six years, the reaction was, “No, I will do it in less,” which perhaps has been to my detriment as I physically drew it up rather than naturally letting it rise or break up. The urgency to be rid of it all has reduced, so physically it should now get better.
Ramji: Are you sure I said six years? That doesn’t sound right. It takes as long as it takes, sometimes decades. It depends on the vasana load.
Nancy: The way that you teach discrimination has been my saving grace. Without it, it would have been incredibly difficult.
Ramji: I’m glad it is working for you, Nancy. If you diligently practice you will get great results. You deserve grace. You earned it.
Nancy: It is amazing. I really feel that a vasana of lifetimes is finished. It took much hard work, perseverance and bravery. I was in the role of a soldier and it was a real battle. Your telling me to be careful of strangers was so helpful. Thank you for it all, Ramji.
Ramji: You are most welcome, Nancy.
Nancy: Another vasana is in its dying throes. Amazing how one can face the giant and win, but what has the appearance of a little pebble takes longer. Such are Isvara’s vasanas.
Ramji: Now I think I understand what you mean by “the energy.” You mean negative vasanas.
Nancy: I love you, Ramji. Getting a bit soppy now but you also said that was okay.
Ramji: Get as soppy as you want, Nancy. It is good.
Nancy: I do know that I am awareness but it ain’t over till the fat lady sings! Until that time I will never ever give it up. And even then, what else is there?
Ramji: Good for you. Determination is perhaps the most important value. Glad you liked the webinar. It was well-attended.
~ Lots of love, Ramji