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Author: Kaja Kochańska

Think with your heart. Feel with your head.

We exist in a world which demands from us on every level. To make something of ourselves, to be an utter success at everything we do. This is not a place to be last in the line, and if you can’t deal with that, then maybe something is wrong with you.
Well, let’s listen to Kaja and what she thinks about these life perspectives which are so common nowadays. How does she approach her life? How does she deal with her inner ego, which very nature is to pursue, to conquer and to divide?

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The fever for the sublime – part 2 of 2

How can this fever manifest? What can it do to us? Can something as pure as the need for unconditional love, for the Truth, lead to desctructive behaviour? What are the inherent dangers of a forced practice? Both for ourselves and for the people around us. And if so, then what are the mechanisms, the root cause behind this behaviour?

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The fever for the sublime – part 1 of 2

My practice was an incessant fever. Done in the most dark corners of a galloping train, toilet compartments in a sleazy hotel, abandoned corridors on some freezing ferry, the roof of some unfinished building. Anywhere, anytime. As long as it would allow me to reach that sacred state. Even if it was for a couple of minutes. For some cherished, momentary glimpse of the Limitless.

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The cult of ego – part 3

You know why the ego plays out all the dramas, kicks, screams and wrenches itself all over the place? Because it realises that if we come into contact with the Divine part of our nature – the truth will become blatantly obvious. Because only in silence is the ego exposed. Not only its existence but most of all its mechanisms. It comes out into daylight how it seeks to separate, how it yearns to always be one step ahead, and how it is in an incessant pursuit of a mirage. In pursuit of itself. An impossible loop.

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The cult of ego – part 2

In my opinion, no one is chosen. Instead, to melt away the ego, we need a strong heart, and a valiant will. We also need to make space for the Spirit, which in return, with Its infinite goodness will, step by step, enlighten our frail human personality and elevate it into a purer form.

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