Notes-to-Self: Do-Be-Do-Be-Do

by tjbeitelman

Goswami

If we can have conflicts in our life and we are courageous enough not to resolve them immediately — because fighting can lead to new possibilities and as soon as new possibilities come in our unconscious, guess who comes to process them? The ego loves the old. Who can process the new? Only God can process the new. So anytime we are creating new possibilities in our consciousness, we are inviting God — and God comes. And God processes. In a creative quantum leap of insight. In this creative way, we become renewed. We become better than before. But now we have the conviction of the “aha” insight. We can use that conviction to make real changes in our life, real changes in the way we relate to others, and those real changes eventually will stick. There is another little trick in this, which is that we have to do our doing — being in the ego mode — and be in our being — being in the God mode — alternatively. It’s neither “do-do-do” nor “be-be-be” but “do-be-do-be-do.” Yes?

Amit Goswami, Theoretical Quantum Physicist