Who is practicing yoga and meditation?

The one who needs to perform yoga practice and meditation is the impure restless mind… If the mind is free from impurities and restlessness, there is no need of any yoga practice or meditation to act as purification “tools” to “purify” any impurities or to “calm down” any restlessness in the mind, as there is none…

The one who has no self-control needs to develop “self-control” to control itself… But the one who is already self-controlled doesn’t need any act of “self-control” to control itself…

The mind is not peaceful and is not pure, and thus it needs yoga practices and meditation to be peaceful and to remove impurities.

The mind is affected and influenced by impurities and ignorance, and thus the mind needs to be free from impurities and ignorance.

The mind is affected and influenced by energy and elements, and thus it needs to be purified and be controlled through choosing what types of inputs or influences that have certain types of energy and elements…

The mind is experiencing restlessness, dissatisfaction, low confidence, unhappiness, fear, worry and is suffering, and thus the mind needs to attain peace, contentment, confidence, happiness, to be free from fear and worry, and to be liberated from suffering…

The mind needs spiritual practice such like yoga practice and meditation to be peaceful, to be pure, to feel good and be good, to be positive, to be happy and to be liberated…

The mind is affected or disturbed or determined by whatever it perceives through the senses. It is affected or disturbed or determined by what it sees, hears, smells, tastes, touches and thinks… But our true nature is not affected nor disturbed nor determined by all the names and forms that the mind is experiencing or perceiving from moment to moment…

If there is no mind, there is no perception of names and forms, there is no world, there is no happiness and suffering, there is no good and evil, there is no positive and negative, there is no liberation and non-liberation…

Our true nature is always peaceful, unconditional, unchanging, and is beyond qualities of dualities (it is neither pure nor impure, neither good nor bad, neither positive nor negative), it doesn’t need any spiritual practice like yoga practice or meditation to make it pure and good, or to make it peaceful, or to make it positive, or to make it happy, or to give it liberation…

Our true nature is unaffected nor influenced by energy and elements, and thus energy and elements have no influence power to influence or contaminate or change what it is…

The sentence about “We” need to practice yoga and meditation to attain purity, wisdom, compassion, peace, and to be liberated from unhappiness and suffering, is just the mind (As “we” are identified with the mind, and so, “we” need to practice yoga and meditation to attain liberation or peace…).

Those who realize the Truth and know their true nature, and have gone beyond the mind, they don’t need to perform any yoga practice or meditation to attain “anything”, as the true nature is all peace, and it is beyond all the qualities of pure and impure, good and evil, positive and negative, happiness and unhappiness… It is not tainted and not contaminated by any qualities of dualities in the mind, which is not “us”, and thus it doesn’t matter the mind is pure or impure, positive or negative, good or evil, happy or unhappy, it has nothing to do with our true nature…

Our true nature doesn’t need to be purified… It doesn’t need to be good or do good or feel good… It doesn’t need to be peaceful and happy… It doesn’t need to be positive or strong… It doesn’t need to develop wisdom and compassion…

Our true nature is not bound by the existence of birth and death, which is subject to impermanence of the qualities of names and forms, in which suffering derives from, and thus there is no suffering, and so, it doesn’t need to attain any “liberation” at all…

Our true nature is not affected, nor influenced, nor disturbed, nor determined, nor tainted by good and evil, positive and negative energy, actions and inactions that come from the body and the mind… And thus it is not bound by all these things, or objects, or experiences, or names and forms that are related to this life existence with the functions of the mind and the body…

Realize our true nature of who we really are, and we will realize that there is no need to perform any spiritual practice to be liberated… And there is no “I” in our true nature… There is no “I” am experiencing “this and that”… There is no “I” am good or evil… There is no “I” am positive or negative… There is no “I” am pure or impure… There is no “I” am happy or suffering… There is no “I” am peaceful or not peaceful… There is no “I” am performing actions or inactions… There is no “I” am enjoying the fruit of “my” actions or inactions… There is no “I” am liberated or not liberated…

This “I” is the mind, the ego… And it is not “us”…

As long as we are still identified with the body and the mind, and attached to this life existence as “I” and “All that “I” am experiencing, performing actions and inactions, and enjoying the fruit of “my” actions and inactions…”, then “we” need all these spiritual practice such like yoga and meditation to be liberated from ignorance, impurities, restlessness and suffering… As this “we” is the mind.

The body and the mind will be benefited from the yoga practice and meditation, to be healthy and peaceful… But, our true nature doesn’t need any benefits from the yoga practice and meditation. It is all peace, without birth, changes, growth, old age, illness and death…

By bringing the body and the mind to perform yoga practice and meditation, is being kind and compassionate towards our body and mind… When our body and mind is in harmony in peace due to the effect of the yoga practice and meditation, this naturally will be benefiting the world as there is less a being in the world to generate disharmony into the world due to being unpeaceful and unhappy…

Om shanti.

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