Re: What can one do to get rid of ATG? And people with them.
Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) created the term ATG (“attention-getting syndrome”) to refer to our self-attention and self-importance.
We’re attached to a self light-years away from our actual Self.
According to Deepak Chopra …
“When someone says or does something that offends you, the hurt isn’t being felt by you but by your self-importance. Self-importance comes about because we carry an image around inside ourselves.”
Indeed, our ego is created from our identification with inhalation – our INSPIRATION.
Our out-go is created from our identification with our exhalation – our EXPIRATION.
99 percent of us Live to Die.
1 percent of us Die to Live – sacrifice our relative self to our unified Self.
The 99 percent only make this sacrifice when they “astral project,” experiencing RESPIRATORY DISENGAGEMENT.
No one “astral projects” because we’re inside and outside every time we inhale and exhale.
Inhalation is Consciousness acting on Consciousness – free man in manifestation or mindfulness.
Exhalation is Beingness acting on Beingness – God or No Mind.
Breathlessness is Beingness acting on Consciousness – ascension or mindlessness.
This is the Yoga of incoming and outgoing breath awareness – Anapanasati Yoga.
Gustav Theodor Fechner (1801-1887) wrote …
“What we find as thoughts in our consciousness are the individual appearances of the world in God’s consciousness. The things of the world are no more real for God than our thoughts are for our own minds. We carry a world within ourselves and create one each time we think or postulate ourselves; in the same way God created by becoming self-conscious and he continues to create for eternity because he is continually becoming self-conscious; he is eternal self-consciousness, and nothing else.”
Adano often asked the question …
“Are you a man or a woman when you’re sound asleep?”
The man or woman you are is your DAY JOB.
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