We all have questions that we are seeking answers to.
Our questioning mind assumes that the answers will come, if at all, in the future.
Often we think we need to actively look for the answers out in the world.
Not many realize that we can have all the answers to all our questions right now.
Not many realize that all answers can be found in silence,
So, is silence full of answers?
And if so, how do we become silent so that all answers come to us?
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Is Silence Full Of Answers?
“In silence there is eloquence. Stop weaving and see how the pattern improves.” – Rumi
Silence is full of answers, but to be able to access those answers first we need to learn to be silent.
One might imagine that this is a very easy task but anyone that has given it a try knows that it takes time and practice to learn to be silent.
We have a very busy mind, the second we sit down with the intention of being quiet our mind becomes very active and starts creating distractions.
It takes a great amount of dedication and discipline to learn how to be silent.
It starts with the practice of just trying to observe your mind.
This appears to be really hard at first, but we have to ask ourselves, is it not worth the effort to have access to all the answers to all the questions that we might have now and in the future?
Would that not be a great investment in a wonderful life going forward?
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How To Learn To Be Silent?
“People will do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to avoid facing their own soul.” – Carl Jung
Listen in deep silence.
Be very still and open your mind.
Go past all the noise, screams, and sick imaginings that cover your real thoughts and obscure your link with the spirit.
Allow your awareness to sink deep into peace that waits beyond your frantic thoughts, sights, and sounds of this insane world.
This world is not your home.
You do not live here.
Be still so that you can reach your real home, where you are truly welcome
Be still and listen for all the answers are found in silence.
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How Is Silence Full Of Answers?
“Listen to silence. It has so much to say.” – Rumi
In quietness is every question answered and every problem resolved.
We live our lives in conflict always hearing two voices, the voice of the ego and the voice of the spirit.
In conflict, no answer or resolution can be found.
By learning how to be silent, we temporarily exit the conflict and as a result, allow the problems and questions to be seen in a proper way.
A problem set in conflict has no answer, for it is seen in a different way.
Before your problem can have an answer you must be able to see it in the correct way.
In your current state of mind, the solution is impossible.
But there is a way of reaching another state of mind in which the answer is already there.
This is the state where all problems and questions should be brought to.
They belong there because this is where the answers are found.
It is quite pointless to try to resolve a problem where the answers cannot be found.
Silence is the gateway to reaching the other state of mind where all the answers are found.
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Don’t Look For Answers Where There Are None
“The quieter you become the more you are able to hear.” – Rumi
Attempt to solve any problems in your current state of conflict and surely you will not be successful.
All questions asked in this world are not real questions but a way of looking.
A question asked in conflict cannot be answered because it is already an answer in itself.
Any questions asked in this world are the same question: of all these illusions, which one of them is true? Which one can offer peace and joy? And which can provide an escape from pain and suffering?
The form of the question does not matter, the purpose is always the same.
It always asks which unreal thing is real?
When the answers represent the questions, nothing new has been added and nothing new has been learned.
An honest question is a learning tool that asks for something that you do not already know.
It doesn’t set conditions for the response but merely asks what the response should be.
But no one in a conflict state is able to ask these questions because no one in that state wants to hear an honest answer where the conflict ends.
Only in silence can an honest question be honestly asked.
Only in silence, you are able to separate your wishes from the answer so that an honest answer can be given to you and also be received.
Where Are The Answers?
“I think 99 times and find nothing. I stop thinking, swim in silence, and the truth comes to me.” – Albert Einstein
The honest answers are everywhere but they can only be heard in silence.
An honest answer does not demand a sacrifice, while the questions of the world ask of whom a sacrifice is demanded.
Therefore, unless the answer tells of whom a sacrifice is demanded it will not be recognized or heard.
The silence is the interval in which the mind is still enough to hear an answer that is not entitled within the questions asked.
It offers something new and different from the question asked.
Don’t attempt to solve your problems in a world from which the answer was barred.
Bring the problem to the only place that holds the answer for you.
In silence are all answers found because they stand apart from the problems fo the world.
In the world, the answers merely raise another question while leaving the first unanswered.
In silence, you can bring the question to the answer, and receive the answer that was made for you.
“I’ve begun to realize that you can listen to silence and learn from it. It has a quality and a dimension all its own.” – Chaim Potok