kedar thapa


Nature of thought


Witness the nature of thoughts
In the plane of consciousness
They appear and disappear
Like waves in the vast ocean
And in sleep they come as your dream
They born out of experiences
And direct your actions
As some of them are repeated
Again & again that you feel important
You cling to them
And they become persistent
Interferes you to right response
Prejudiced & bias you become
Then they drive you Strive you
Make you worry make you rush
Unable to detach yourself from your thoughts
You feel you are doomed
And out of it you make a big fuss
Other which are less thought of less concerned
Accumulate in your memories
And hunt you time to time
You call past experience
You think your thoughts
You create them out of your intelligence
But they control & manipulate you
In your sleepy consciousness In your ignorance
You nurture & feed them your time & strength
In your sleep & unawareness they grow
And make you their victim one day
You always reside in the plane of thoughts & experiences
You act out of memories & made-up ways
That's the root to all your conjured problems, isn't it?
Be aware You are asleep even if your eyes are wide open
Awareness is the key to liberation
Witness thy thoughts & actions
Indulge not Don't avert
Witness is the key to liberation

Submitted: Monday, June 09, 2014

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