Message for the Day – February 23

The contradiction of contradictions is poetry itself, capable of creating illusion and certainty in life itself.
Raman Leonato saying Namaste. to the day

“Look at the sea, not at the waves.”

The sea and the waves cannot be separated, they are the same. But because we have attachments created by illusion, we differentiate them from each other. Standing on the shore we say, “Oh, look at those waves, how big!” Others say, “Look at this big sea!”

The person who could consider this whole universe as an illusion would be the self-realized person, who has become one with his essence, with his essential self.

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Ramón Leonato Dominguez

I was born in Madrid in 1960, when I was a young boy I was solely interested in understanding the secret of life. I grew up studying biology, chemistry, physics and by 15 years old I was already in college. I published my first research work in Insect Biochemistry, Pergamon Press Vol. 10 pp 529 to 533 on molecular genetics at the age of 19 years old. In seeking for answers to the secret of life I started with biology and molecular genetics and from there I went to theoretical physics, finally I landed in the area of mysticism, or self awareness under the guidance of Gururaj Ananda Yogi, a disciple of Swami Pravitananda with whom I studied until his passing away in 1988.

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