I want to concentrate my efforts. Be sincere with me. Is to be a witness of myself the only thing, or is there something else?
I am not interested in intellectual questions.
First, be a witness to yourself, then ask.
You want me to be sincere with you; please just be sincere with yourself.
It is all wanting – “I want to concentrate my efforts.” It is just wishing. Who is preventing you? What are you doing here?
The only thing I am teaching is to be a witness of your actions, thoughts, feelings. Start with the actions because that is the easiest, then thoughts, and then feelings – which are the most subtle.
But it seems people simply go on only thinking about things. “What is there after witnessing yourself? Is there something more?” Do you think witnessing is not more than enough?
But the mind functions in this way, it always asks for more. It asks continuously – wherever you are it will ask for more. But in witnessing the mind disappears, hence the more and the desire for more disappears. Witnessing is all.
But, please, do it – don’t just go on thinking. How long have you been thinking and wanting? If you had been a witness all this time, this question would not have arisen at all. That’s why I said I am not interested in any intellectual gymnastics.
Do it. And one thing is certain: one who is a witness forgets all about more. It is so much! There is no possibility to imagine that there can be more.
You are asking me to be sincere with you – great! And you are not sincere with yourself at all. This question shows your insincerity. My sincerity towards you will not help. You will have to be sincere, total, and do it! And start from this very moment; don’t postpone.
This silence…just be a witness to it.
Don’t think about it, don’t make any judgment about it.
Just be a simple witness, a mirror which reflects and makes no judgment.
This very moment you can become a witness.
Witnessing is the only religion there is.
In being responsible, one has to choose. How does it fit together with choicelessness?
Again, the same stupidity.
Have you ever tasted choicelessness?