How you approach a problem?

How you approach a problem? Do you want it wiped away? Do you have a solution learned from someone else? Try this instead of or Rather than focusing on the cause of our problems, look at what to do about it.

WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO APPROACH A PROBLEM SOMETHING YOU SEE AS A PROBLEM?

SOLUTION ONE

Know how your Mind approaches a Problem

SOLUTION TWO

Define what is a Problem?

SOLUTION THREE

Try a different kind of Meditation

SOLUTION ONE

Know how your Mind approaches a Problem

Rather than focusing on the cause of our problems, look more at what to do about it. Do you want them wiped away so your mind doesn’t have to deal with it. Can you see how your mind wants to use this intervention or that one to fix your problem? If you follow a certain guru or teacher, that person and information directs how the solution is. So it is very important to know who you are following. Can you look at a problem as if for the very first time? With no background knowledge? Without any motivation? So that there is no influence in terms of the outcome? Even if you use your experience from the past, this is influencing the outcome. How you approach a problem is very important.

 

SOLUTION TWO

Define what is a Problem?

Can you see that since childhood, we have been conditioned in problems. So everything has become a problem. Can you see this conditioning? So, even highly educated individuals have conditioning, maybe more so. We have “good” habits and bad ones. Is it possible the same conditioning that has helped form our good habits also form out bad habits? What is a problem? A problem is something we have to answer. Our hair on fire is a problem. Otherwise, things are facts. I am learning a language. This is a fact.

We make things into problems. This is due to our conditioning. Can we see this? Can we uncondition the brain?

Is the Observer separate from our Brain? Is that part of us that can observe our feelings, thoughts, etc separate from what is observing? Or is the Observer our quality? Is the Observer our Anger, Fear, Jealousy, etc? Is it possible that our Observer is our Quality? If we can see that, we can uncondition the Brain and then attack problems.

SOLUTION THREE

Try a different kind of Meditation

These steps are not new. They were developed by Jiddu Krishnamurti. You can watch the video What is Guilt by Jiddu Krishnamurti on Youtube. It will change your life if you let it. So, rather than resist your negative emotions or indulge in them, just be aware. Don’t judge yourself either. Be still, humble. Even if you are not able to completely eradicate your negative emotion or experience, see if you don’t feel an expansion around the subject. Try it early in the morning if you wake up in the middle of the night around 1:00am or so. Notice your racing mind. Be physically still. Look at it as if for the very first time. Beginner’s Mind. See that it is not a problem. Right then and there, it doesn’t have to be solved. It is a fact. E.g. Guilt, you have done something, it is a fact, you fell badly about it is a fact. Stay with it. It is not a problem. You have lived with it. Your hair is not on fire, is it? No, but you stay with it. Understand everything about it–where it hides, etc. Notice how you want to do your normal intervention, ask your favorite guru or teacher? But you are your own guru, aren’t you? So stay with it.

When you see that is feeling is a fact and not a problem, this fact is the seed. You stay with it.

You don’t pull at the roots. You let the see grow into a flower and if you let it, it will wither away. Nothing is permanent, as the Buddha said. It is not a problem, it is a fact! Give it a try. I watch the video over and over and practice the meditation. It is a jewel.

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