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September 09, 2008


Thanks to my friend, Bryan, for sending me the link to Jill Bolte Taylor's NPR interview with Terry Gross. I recommend it greatly.

Bolte is experiencing the same what is always said by Eastern mystics 'Moksha' or Nirvana or an Enlightenment. The realisation that you are not a body not a mind but a pure consciousness which is never born and never died. This realisation would let you free from all kind of worldly suffering.

And everybody is equally eligible to reach to that stage.

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