The point is this: It's not what you say. It's not what you proclaim. It's what's deep, deep, deep in your heart that determines what happens to you. It's not reading books, it's not studying, it's not going to classes. It's sitting by yourself, becoming quiet, going deeper and deeper within yourself. Transcending your mind and your body until something happens.
You go through the experience again and again until you give up your attachment to it. It makes no difference what the experience is. The only thing that matters is how you react to the experience. The experience is necessary or you would not be going through it. When you understand this, you can only be happy.
Where did the earth come from, the moon or the stars?"You have to admit to yourself divine ignorance, that you know absolutely nothing. That is how it begins.This is also why the great sage Lao Tzu said, "The more you talk, the less you know. The less you say, the more you know." Why? Because when you talk you're talking about the world and worldly things. And what else do you talk about?And since... the world doesn't really exist the way you think it does, then you don't know too much. But the less you say, it means you're beginning to go within, to dive deep within yourself, where your reality is. Then you begin to become your reality itself. That is how it begins, by saying "I know nothing
The idea is to wake up, not to look at yourself, not to feel sorry for yourself, not to compare yourself with others, but to awaken. When you awaken, you become divine harmony. You are no longer fooled by person, place or thing. You no longer react.
Remember, if you are looking for any-thing, you are here for the wrong reason for there is nothing that I can give you really, that you haven't already got. There is absolutely nothing I can do for you for I am not the doer. Neither are you. ~