Supra Casual Self
Level 11. Supra Casual Self
Supra Causal Truth Consciousness is the Truth Self transcending the causality and nearly complete as the Absolute Self. The light of Full Consciousness is now shining clearly like a diamond or a crystal, and the Absolute Self is visible, but also the seed of the mind is visible too and there is a subtle duality left there.
There is a subtle thin veil or distance kept from “the World”, from “Others” and a slight resistance from being fully submerged with the world, thus not yet being the Absolute Self, which fully Includes the whole Experience, the World and Others.
The famous I-Thought is visible, as named by India's greatest sage, Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi. The seed of separation is seen, and thus it needs to be isolated from all other thoughts and eventually eliminated by a continuous familiarization with the Absolute Self.
Abiding in the Heart on the Right, known as the Amrita Nadi or the Inner Sun helps for the final elimination of the I-Thought or I-Feeling and any sense of separation.
The I-Thought or I-Feeling is a very persistent and deceptive mechanism of self-preservation, usually “Hiding in a Cave”. In Buddhist teachings there is a saying that at this stage of realization if one sees a Buddha, one needs to “kill” it, since Buddha (Awakening) is emptiness and openness itself and not an image or an idea.
The light of Full Consciousness is now shining clearly like a diamond or a crystal as the Absolute Self becomes visible, along with the seed of the mind
Feels much more open than the Great Void & Blissful Love and much lighter too
Here, the famous I-Thought becomes visible, coined by the greatest sage of India, Sri Ramana Maharshi
The I-Thought or I-Feeling is a very persistent and deceptive mechanism of self-preservation and separation
The I-Thought or the I-Feeling needs to be isolated from all other thoughts and eventually eliminated by continuously familiarizing with the Absolute Self and abiding in the Heart on the Right, known as the Amrita Nadi or the Inner Sun.