Treasure Island

TD. Kumar


When ego is zero, it becomes infinite!


When ego is zero, it becomes infinite!

Submitted: Monday, December 16, 2013

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When ego is zero, it becomes infinite!

Like ego-survival, ego - submergence
Is man’s deeper instinct, drive and essence
Surprisingly zero become infinite
With no ego you expend to cosmic circumference.

Watching nature in its granger
Like aurora borealis sea storms or volcanic eruption with or without you in danger
Make your ego vanish for the time and the awe inspires a belief in a superior God- like power
The same happens when humble you yourself in bending in salutation, lower and still lower!

You also forget ‘your self’ in ‘flow’ meditation love and orgasmic dissolution
Contribution to a cause or mission or a beautiful creation
Ego may also vanish in strong negative or chaotic state like anger, fear and sleep
But aware submergence alone makes it infinite oceanic and deep.

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