So what is our Inner Self?
It is that part within us that cannot be seen, heard, touched, tasted or smelled. So we are not able to witness it with our limited senses. Nor can we witness it using our intelligence. Our Inner Self is not of this world, yet it is eternal, full of knowledge and bliss.
So imagine going beyond our limited perceptions and all the knowledge of this world and experiencing something that you cannot describe to others: experiencing a knowingness that cannot be explained…feelings that cannot be defined with words. That is not an easy task for a lot of people. I think you can see why. For some of us, it may have something to do with stepping outside our respective comfort zones. While for others, it’s not that hard to do. But most of us can, if we really want to. We can go within and discover our Inner Self.
The Inner Self is also known as our Soul or that light/spark of God within. So it is not hard to understand why, when you are experiencing your Inner Self, you are in a place of Peace.
Saints, Sages and Avatars come from this place all the time. They see and walk this planet from their Inner Selves, thus continuously experiencing Sat Cit Ananda, which is Eternal Truth, Consciousness and Bliss.
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