“All that you are attached to, all that you love,
All that you know, someday will be gone.
Knowing this, and that the world is your mind
Which you create, play in, and suffer from,
Is known as discrimination.
The known is unreal and will come and go
So stay with the Unknown, the Unchanging, the Truth.” ~ Papaji
“Attachment is the food for the mind to continue. Non-attached witnessing is the way to stop it without any effort to stop it. And when you start enjoying those blissful moments, your capacity to retain them for longer periods arises. ” ~Osho
Detachment brings deeper fulfillment than attachment to anything: a job, beautiful house, or a relationship. Attachment can be recognized with answering the question: Are you afraid to lose it? Whatever cannot be lost without fear and distress is a kind of identification that includes the sensation of the separate “I”. This “I”, that is of from the ego, desires to stay attached to things, events and circumstances and tries to find the fulfillment from there. Yet there is always the sense of fear or conflict rather than peace and harmony.
“All duality is a mind creation, all duality is created by the clinging and attached mind. When there is no attachment there is no duality.” Osho
I was gifted with a message from my Higher Self during meditation to see deeper in the art of detachment – to really observe the fact that what kind of attachments I have chosen to create in my life and to see clearly that attachment is a bondage, an identification. And I have learned that the energy of attachment can be released and transmuted into love and joy. There is a tremendous relief, freedom and then life can again flow where it was stucked before. I recognized that this process is catalyzed by awareness and deep energy clearings from all levels of our awareness. In the personal coaching sessions we can work on these elements; bringing conscious awareness into the issue or challenge and then transmuting the identifications, releasing the energy to create more life flow, space and love. The response from this is that we can just see and expereince that that challenge related to this bondage or identification simply is not “there” anymore, the mind is quiet about it, let’s us in peace from it and from the emotions related to it. In my experience, just seeing the attachment and facing it it may start to drop…or not. In the energy healing service I have seen in myself and others that just sitting with the challenge, accepting in awareness or in a meditation releases our mind bondage, yet usually only temporarily. Yet when the opportunity arises in life, a situation where the same energy is trickered, we can see that the same bondage is back on active. And this is because we have not transmuted the identifications from deep energy levels, so the blockage is still there like a gray cloud that waits to be given some food to rise and start the thunder storm within. Usually there are some layers of these in our energy level and subconscious minds, and thus the most intense patterns/beliefs and identifications may require more than one healing session.
Yet every time, to let go of attachments and identifications means to be able to genuinely and deeply enjoy the whole life and its beauty. And in order to do this, what is required is to let go of this “I” and ego connected to that particular identification and find again the connection to the Higher Self, to the heart, where is the true safety, arriving to home, true fulfillment and the feeling of love and being loved deeply. From this place nothing can be added or lost that would create more or less into our being, into that what is. And in my experience, the most efficient way to do this, when a challenge is activated is:
conscious awareness + acceptance + energy clearings from all levels = freedom + love + peace.
“This is the whole secret of non-attachment: live in the world, but don’t be of the world. Love people, but don’t create attachments. Reflect people, reflect the beauties of the world — and there are so many. But don’t cling. The clinging mind loses its mirrorhood. And mirrorhood is Buddhahood. To keep that quality of mirroring continuously fresh is to remain young, is to remain pure, is to remain innocent. Know, but don’t create knowledge. Love, but don’t create desire. Live, live beautifully, live utterly, abandon yourself in the moment. But don’t look back. This is the art of non-attachment.” Osho