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Self-Enquiry: Discovering Your Divine Identity

By Wes Annac,

Editor, Openhearted Rebellion.

January 17, 2020.

 
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People love to think the ego is an impediment to spiritual growth. If we could just get rid of it, we would finally be enlightened and free from all the nonsense that comes with being human.
What would happen if rather than avoiding or condemning this part of us, we looked for its source? This might sound counterintuitive, but the practice of self-enquiry teaches that to know the enlightened self, we must start by knowing the ego.
Before we explore this idea any further, let’s look at what the ego is. In essence, it is the framework that holds a person’s identity in place. It is the foundation on which they build their personality, as well as a melting pot of the various qualities and characteristics that form who they believe they are.
With help from the conditioning we received as we grew up, we have each crafted a specific, discernable identity. We hope our personality separates us from the crowd yet makes us likable enough to have friends and socialize.
Most of us don’t know that this identity we cling to is built on a house of cards. It serves us well but is bound to one day fall, sending us plummeting down with it.
Through death or enlightenment, the ego will inevitably dissolve. When it does, we’ll be forced to confront the reality that everything we think we are has been built on an illusion masking a much bigger picture.
With help from various practices, some spiritual seekers are confronting and accepting this harsh truth with a desire to know what else is out there.
Self-enquiry is one such eye-opening practice. It starts with taking an honest look at the ego, and if you do it right, it ends with ego dissolution. By letting you examine and look for the source of this essential part of you, self-enquiry opens you to the possibility that something exists beyond what you see around you.
Ramana Maharshi
For deeper insight into the philosophy behind this practice, I turn to Ramana Maharshi. He tells us that many deep thinkers are fascinated with the thought of discovering their true divine self. (1) The only way we can do this, according to him, is to question who we really are and where we come from. (2)
Responding to a question from a disciple who wondered if it was pointless to search for oneself, Sri Maharshi explains that the goal is not to find ourselves on a surface level. Instead, we inquire into the nature of the personality we identify with. (3)
He explains that we experience life through the lens of our identity. If we focus on what that identity is and what lies at its source, we can become self-aware and transcend the limitations of our ordinary perception. (4)
He makes it sound as if we discover a separate identity – or “another entity” as he puts it. He calls this the “perfect self” (3) but of course, other teachers and traditions have other names for it. You could call it the higher self or even just the self.
Without the ego, Sri Maharshi tells us, we have no vantage point from which to experience life. Questioning what is at the heart of it – where it came from and what created it – may let us see beyond it and into the light of higher consciousness. (5)
He explains that the goal of self-enquiry is to reach “natural happiness” through self-knowledge and awareness. Until we reach the source of the “I” we identify with, we will be forever restless. (6)
As we go deep into discovering the source of the “I”, he explains, our everyday thoughts will cease to influence us. He claims we will discover a connection between all creatures, which he calls the “I-I”. This unitive state of consciousness is heaven. (7)
He explains that by staying tuned in to ordinary reality, we create the duality we seem to have no control over. When we look within and discover the “One Reality”, we dissolve the illusory barrier between worlds. Then, we become wise and lose any doubt that we are all connected. (8)
Self-enquiry leads to the realization that we are no different from the creator or Source we try so hard to know. This frees us from the role of the “doer” and lets us become seers. (9)
Doers are productive members of society while seers are those who know this life is an illusion with something greater at its source. Seers may not be productive worker bees, but they offer something far more important: knowledge and wisdom that could help the rest of us become aware.
Seers likely know that the ego is merely a foundation for our identity.
Our upbringing taught us to put it front and center, and now, understandably, spiritual seekers are running in the opposite direction. We don’t need to run from the ego; we just need to question what it really is. This can be the beginning of our journey back to the higher self.
You just need to ask… who are you, really?
Sources:
  1. Sri Ramana Maharshi. Maharshi’s Gospel. Books I and II. Being Answers of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi to Questions Put to Him by Devotees. Tiruvannamalai: Sri Ramanasramam,1979; c1939, 72.
  2. Ibid., 50-1.
  3. Sri Ramana Maharshi, Gems from Bhagavan. Comp. A. Devaraja Mudaliar. Tiruvannamalai: Sri Ramanasramam, 1985.
  4. Munagala Venkatramiah, Talks with Sri Ramana Maharshi. Downloaded from http://www.ramana-maharshi.org/books.htm, 31 August 2005, Question 92.
  5. Sri Ramana Maharshi. Forty Verses on Reality. Arthur Osborne. Mountain Path, October 1964. Downloaded from http://www.realization.org/page/namedoc0/40_verses/40_verses_0.htm, 25 August 2005, Verse 25.
  6. Paul Brunton and Munagala Venkataramaiah. Conscious Immortality. Conversations with Sri Ramana Maharshi. ed. 1996, n.p.
  7. Anon., Who Am I? The Teachings of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi. Sarasota, FL: Ramana Publications, 1990, 27.
  8. Sri Ramana Maharshi. Forty Verses on Reality. , Verse 9.
  9. Anon., Who Am I? The Teachings of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi. Sarasota. Ibid., 12.
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About Wes Annac:

I’m a twenty-something writer & blogger with an interest in spirituality, love, awareness, activism, and other crazy stuff. I run Openhearted Rebellion – a blog dedicated to sharing wisdom and encouraging a revolution that begins in the heart.
I also run Canna Words – a blog in which I share some of my research and opinions on cannabis. There, I write about everything from legalization to hemp and the various ways people use the cannabis plant.
I’ve contributed to a few awesome websites that include Waking TimesWake Up WorldGolden Age of Gaia, and The Master Shift. I can be found on Facebook (facebook.com/wesannac, facebook.com/cultureofawareness) and Twitter (twitter.com/Wes_Annac, https://twitter.com/love rebellion)
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Quinta-feira, 11 / 07 / 19

Being Openhearted: Am I the Crazy One? ~ Wes Annac

Being Openhearted: 

Am I the Crazy One?

By Wes Annac, Openhearted Rebellion.

July 9, 2019. 

 
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To me, being openhearted is nothing sensational. It doesn’t require a radical transformation in the way you live, but in the long run, this small and subtle change can make a difference.
Being openhearted means simply to treat others with respect and kindness no matter their race, gender, religion, or political views. It is a sincere effort to be a positive force promoting love, acceptance, and understanding. It baffles me that this is considered extreme or new agey.
If believing in love makes me some misguided hippie, then I’ll wear that title as a badge of honor. I fail to understand this rejection of love and kindness because they are precisely what the world needs.
It’s clear that we don’t need any more hate. We’re filled to the brim with it already. Just look at any international conflict or spend a little time on social media. It won’t be long before you see some of humanity’s worst qualities.
Hate is making people starve, suffer, and die everywhere. Throughout history, it has caused endless wars at the expense of the poor who were already suffering. We’ve had enough of it. It flourishes today because most people are programed to be self-centered and complacent.
Since society encourages us to be this way, we can’t blame any one individual. We’ve all been conditioned to look out for ourselves at the expense of others. It’s why most of us in privileged countries don’t often think about the poor and hungry.
We have no time to worry about someone else, as we have our own survival-related problems. Honestly, though, our problems pale in comparison to someone who walks miles and miles for clean water. We may have to work hard to earn our food and shelter, but at least we have them.
Despite how stressful life can be, most of us don’t know how good we have it. We have everything we need and even a lot of things we want. The word “privilege” is thrown around a lot these days for various reasons, but for many of us, it’s an accurate description of the life we’re blessed with.
Why not recognize our privilege and let it fuel us to do something good with our lives? Why is the very idea of this dismissed as hippie nonsense? I must not be normal, because to me, the need for love and compassion in a world starved of them is obvious.
If you could talk with someone sensible who believes in these ideas, you’d see that openheartedness is a simple philosophy revolving around the connection we share as people. We’re all going through different variations of the same experience, and if united, we could lift each other up.
Believers in love are not all crazy hippies too preoccupied with their own world to see how the real world works. This philosophy can bring together all people with the understanding that respecting one another and working together would solve many of our worst problems.
We can and should show each other basic respect and decency. We can and should help those who are suffering, because we could just as easily be in their shoes. If believing all this makes me crazy, then it’s symptomatic of the sickness inflicting our society.
We have the potential to make serious positive changes in our lives and in the world. If people can see that being openhearted is more than a new age trend, then maybe more of us will start to care about each other. Maybe those who need help the most will one day get it.
Featured image by Photo Mix from Pixabay
 

About Wes Annac:

I’m a twenty-something writer & blogger with an interest in spirituality, love, awareness, activism, and other crazy stuff. I run Openhearted Rebellion – a blog dedicated to sharing wisdom and encouraging a revolution that begins in the heart.

I also run Canna Words – a blog in which I share some of my research and opinions on cannabis. There, I write about everything from legalization to hemp and the various ways people use the cannabis plant.
I’ve contributed to a few awesome websites that include Waking TimesWake Up WorldGolden Age of Gaia, and The Master Shift. I can be found on Facebook (facebook.com/wesannacfacebook.com/cultureofawareness) and Twitter (twitter.com/Wes_Annachttps://twitter.com/love rebellion)
If you enjoyed this post and want to support my work, consider donating via PayPal to wesremal@yahoo.com.
Recent articles:
Openhearted Rebellion:
Meditation: Wisdom in the Silence
Art as a Spiritual Practice
Blending Self-Improvement with Zen
5 Profound Quotes on Meditation and Enlightenment
A Time of Transformation
Take the Good with the Bad
Sri Ramakrishna Teaches Us About Meditation
Love Gives Life Meaning
A Better World: 5 Positive News Stories
Karma Yoga Podcast – Episode 2: Addiction, Spirituality, and Manipulation
Anxiety Taught Me to Be a Better Person
New Roof Fundraiser Update

Canna Words:
Two Big Problems with Cannabis Legalization in Illinois
8 Cannabis Facts That Defy Common Stereotypes
5 Fast Facts about Pesticides in Cannabis
Cannabinoids Heal the Body
5 Things We Can Appreciate About Rastafari
Vaporizing: A Healthier Way to Use Cannabis
Hemp: The World’s Most Versatile and Useful Plant


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Sexta-feira, 03 / 05 / 19

Blending Self-Improvement with Zen ~ Wes Annac

Blending Self-Improvement with Zen.

By Wes Annac, Openhearted Rebellion.

May 2, 2019. 

 
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To me, spirituality is more than a fad or a way to appear wiser than I really am. I use it as inspiration to improve myself.
Some teachers say that trying to change yourself at all is misguided and pointless. They believe that spirituality – Zen in particular – is about accepting who you are and letting go of all ambition to be something else.
For many, spirituality is a haven from the grind of daily life. It doesn’t encourage them to confront their struggles, but rather, let go. They believe that letting go of all desire, ambition, and struggle is the only way to achieve a proper meditative state. Self-improvement doesn’t matter if this life is an illusion we must wake up from.
I disagree; spirituality and self-improvement blend well for many people. Some of us need a philosophy that discourages stagnation, pushes us to be better, and keeps us from negative thoughts that might otherwise consume us.

When I write, meditate, or attempt to exercise, I’m far away from those negative thoughts and habits. Living this way removes my focus from the toxic stuff and lets me put my energy into things that matter. I’ve combined meditation with discipline and hard work to craft a productive life I can enjoy.
Spirituality has helped me understand the value of working hard and staying active. I never used to strive for much because it was easier not to try. That changed when I discovered meditation. I’m still far from the most disciplined person on the planet, but now, I have goals and the motivation to try harder.
Researching meditation led me to learn about the brain’s reward system, which is responsible for our experience of pleasure. This system rewards accomplishment with a feeling of blissful satisfaction.

It turns out that the brain is wired to seek reward through struggle. That’s why it feels so good to finish a difficult task. On some level, your mind and body crave that challenge. The problem is that for many, the craving to sit on the couch and watch TV is stronger.
To a spiritual seeker, meditating and trying to crack the secrets of the universe is more appetizing than creating something or breaking a sweat in the hot sun. Some of them would laugh at the thought of hard work because to them, it’s irrelevant.
I understand why they think this way, but I think discipline and hard work have an important role to play on the spiritual path. I borrow from ideologies that promote stillness as well as discipline. I push myself to achieve but also make time for meditation.

This path is a work in progress, and I work at it every day in hopes of improving little by little. Some days are better than others, but for the most part, I’m dedicated. Since I enjoy what I do, working at it is not so bad. Pushing myself to improve is part of the fun.
If you consider yourself spiritual, remember that it’s healthy to do strenuous things that help you grow as a person. We should accept ourselves as we are, but we should also be unafraid to evolve. This is one of many paradoxes that come with living in a universe nobody truly understands.
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About Wes Annac:

I’m a twenty-something writer & blogger with an interest in spirituality, love, awareness, activism, and other crazy stuff. I run Openhearted Rebellion – a blog dedicated to sharing wisdom and encouraging a revolution that begins in the heart.

I also run Canna Words – a blog in which I share some of my research and opinions on cannabis. There, I write about everything from legalization to hemp and the various ways people use the cannabis plant.
I’ve contributed to a few awesome websites that include Waking TimesWake Up WorldGolden Age of Gaia, and The Master Shift. I can be found on Facebook (facebook.com/wesannacfacebook.com/cultureofawareness) and Twitter (twitter.com/Wes_Annachttps://twitter.com/love rebellion)
If you enjoyed this post and want to support my work, consider donating via PayPal to wesremal@yahoo.com.
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Quinta-feira, 25 / 04 / 19

Two Big Problems with Cannabis Legalization in Illinois (USA) ~ Wes Annac

Two Big Problems with Cannabis Legalization in Illinois.

By Wes Annac, Openhearted Rebellion.

April 24, 2019. 

 
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This is my first article for my new cannabis-themed blog, Canna Words. It will feature research and opinion pieces about cannabis, hemp, marijuana laws, and practically any other topic related to the plant.
Along with continuing to write for Openhearted Rebellion, I will occasionally publish an article over at Canna Words. Check it out if this topic interests you as much as it does me.


Illinois is on the cusp of legalizing marijuana.
The election of democrat J.B. Pritzker, who promised to legalize on the campaign trail, is a good sign for Illinois residents who are fed up with the war on weed. Two bills are currently being discussed that would make the plant legal to consume, possess, and grow in the state.


The first to be introduced, HB0902 sponsored by State Rep. Carol Ammons, would let businesses grow and sell cannabis, let residents grow up to 24 plants, and allow for public “consumption areas”. (1)

The other bill, which State Senator Heather Steans and State Representative Kelly Cassidy have been working on for a few years, would let residents buy and possess up to 30 grams of cannabis along with growing up to five plants indoors. (1)
The records of residents with small-time possession or dealing charges would be expunged, and tax revenue from sales would be allocated to community development in poor neighborhoods. (1)
The second bill’s sponsors are expected to introduce a proposal by the end of April. If all goes according to plan, recreational sales could begin in 2020.

Legalization in Illinois looks promising, but there are problems lawmakers should consider.
One is that a handful of growers for the state’s medical program, who’ve formed an organization known as the Medical Cannabis Alliance of Illinois, are lobbying to have cultivation licenses for new businesses restricted.
They want to be one of the state’s sole suppliers.
In pursuit of this goal, they’ve formed a political action committee (PAC), hired a lobbyist, and started contributing to holders of political office. Critics say that having such a tight grip on the market will benefit only them, with retail stores and consumers paying the price. (2)
Dan Linn, Executive Director of the Illinois branch of NORML (the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws), says this will lead to a more costly product which will send consumers back to the black market. According to Dan, “there’s a natural demand for more license holders.” (2)
Another problem is that recent studies have shown Illinois will face a shortage soon after legalization if the state is limited to its current supply.

Despite the potential for a shortage, the Medical Cannabis Alliance believes they can meet demand. To that end, former state Senator and executive director of the alliance Pam Althoff has said they will “support no new cultivation licenses” until “substantive data” is presented indicating otherwise. (2)
Ask and you shall receive. Shortly after Pam made this statement, Steans and Cassidy commissioned a study showing how real the potential for a shortage is.
Released by Colorado consulting firm Freedman and Hoski, the study found that legalization could create “between $440 million and $676 million in annual revenue” and that demand will greatly exceed the state’s current supply. 

The state would need to grow anywhere from 35,000 to 550,000 pounds of cannabis a year to meet demand. The established medical growers would only meet around 35-54 percent of that before running out. (3)
As predicted, the alliance released their own study which found that they can handle the demand.
Then, Illinois NORML released yet another study which found that the previous two underestimated the demand and the shortage the state will face if they don’t open the market to entrepreneurs on all levels.
Steans and Cassidy have repeatedly said that their bill will focus on giving minority-owned businesses in communities ravaged by the war on drugs a fairer chance at competing in the market. (4)
Regarding the need for inclusion in the industry, Cassidy said they are “contemplating additional license categories such as craft cultivation, transportation and processing to ensure that everyone is at the table…” 

“These will create space for more innovation and entrepreneurship in the industry, but more importantly, provide opportunity for more diversity in an industry with a pressing need for it.” (3)
If the Medical Cannabis Alliance gets their way, then Illinois can forget about including anyone else. Everyone should be invited in – especially those in communities hurt most by a war on a plant. If we let it, this will become yet another industry in which only the richest or most influential have a chance at success.
We shouldn’t hand over the cannabis market to people who want to manipulate this much-needed social change for profit. Before we know it, they’ll try to restrict residents from growing.

While we’re on the subject, the need to let Illinoisans grow cannot be overstated. Fortunately, home-growing has not yet been phased out of either two bills.
A law restricting the market and prohibiting home-growing would be just another form of prohibition. This time around, commercial growers given an unfair advantage would profit instead of black market suppliers or entrepreneurs who deserve an opportunity. As always, consumers would take the hit.
We should be hopeful about legalization in Illinois. But with the toxic political climate in Chicago and the power grabs we’re already seeing, residents have ample reason to be skeptical. One thing is for sure: giving the Medical Cannabis Alliance control over the supply would be a big mistake.

Some might argue that any change to the law is an improvement. That may be true, but with the problems we’re already seeing, you should forgive Illinois residents who are justifiably concerned that this will be more prohibition disguised as progress.
Sources:
  1. Melissa Schiller, “Illinois Lawmakers Consider Two Adult-Use Cannabis Legalization Proposals”, Cannabis Business Times, February 22, 2019 – https://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/article/illinois-lawmakers-consider-two-adult-use-cannabis-legalization-proposals/
  2. Robert McCoppin, “Medical marijuana growers are lobbying for licenses that also would allow them to control supply of recreational pot in Illinois”, MSN News, February 21, 2019 – https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/medical-marijuana-growers-are-lobbying-for-licenses-that-also-would-allow-them-to-control-supply-of-recreational-pot-in-illinois/ar-BBTT8yP
  3. Jerry Nowicki, “Study: Illinois marijuana industry will have to expand to meet legalization demand”, The Times, March 11, 2019 – https://www.mywebtimes.com/2019/03/10/study-illinois-marijuana-industry-will-have-to-expand-to-meet-legalization-demand/aafgdx6/
Other sources embedded in article.
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About Wes Annac:
I’m a twenty-something writer & blogger with an interest in spirituality, love, awareness, activism, and other crazy stuff. I run Openhearted Rebellion, a blog dedicated to sharing wisdom and encouraging a revolution that begins in the heart.
I’ve contributed to a few awesome websites that include Waking TimesWake Up WorldGolden Age of Gaia, and The Master Shift. I can be found on Facebook (facebook.com/wesannacfacebook.com/cultureofawareness) and Twitter (twitter.com/Wes_Annachttps://twitter.com/love rebellion)
If you enjoyed this post and want to support my work, consider donating via PayPal to wesremal@yahoo.com.
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