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She Cracked the Code
Anne: Namaskar, Ramji. I think I get the difference between knowledge and experience, but it would be good to get your feedback, if you do not mind. Many thanks in advance.
I finally get the difference between knowledge and experience. I cannot be that which I experience, I am the knowledge that is independent of all experience. I am the experienceless experience, which is ever-present whether I – Anne – am aware of it or not.
Ramji: This is jnanam, self-knowledge.
Anne: I am completely relaxed, as there is no longer any panic searching and seeking or being in deep desire for a union that was always present. I am that self that is completely unaware or bothered by what is happening around the mind/ego/body, Anne, not to say that I do not still act like Anne and react in the same way; however, the intense emotions of Anne the Mego (mind and ego) have become less intense. What bothered me before seems less of an issue, even a useless worry. I am looking for work, preferably from home, as I do not want to go back to the corporate world, and even that I know will be resolved in the most perfect way, no need to panic, all is well.
What a complete relaxation, I now feel like I can live. I have not been living all these years. Prior to this awareness there was always an Anne trying to become or merge with the presence that was felt in the background; this has all gone, there is no background or foreground, there is just an ever-present knowing, and Anne the Mego sits on top of it, going about her daily activities. I understand satya and mithya and that the apparent is because of me, but I am independent of it.
Ramji: This paragraph is a statement of the fruit of self-knowledge (jnana phalam). Congratulations, Anne. You have cracked the code! However, I am not going to send you your enlightenment certification just now. We will see how firm this knowledge is first.
~ Much love, Ramji