‘Who am I?’

Self-Enquiry

At its most fundamental, the practice of Self-Enquiry is one in which the subject attempts to answer the question ‘Who am I’, and in the process of doing so, dissolves the questioner themself; along the way to which, a deep journey of enquiry ensues, which goes beyond thought, identity, belief, and the entire physical manifestation of self

It is a deeply introspective practice of one’s inner and outer worlds, and is best suited to those for whom the ‘path of knowledge and wisdom’ (or Jñāna Yoga) appeals; involving as it does, deep existential exploration, and reaches the borders of psychological function, where spirit is brought into matter

Consequently, it is a life-changing endeavour, rife with profound insight, which can eliminate fear, bring an end to psychological struggle, and reveal one’s ultimate divine truth; after which life in contemporary society can be happily lived, but with an appreciation and understanding which transcends all societal rules and norms


Sheldon Reed

'What do we live for, if not to make life less difficult for each other'. (George Eliot)

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