The estimable Nisargadatta Maharaj baldly asserted that ‘I am’ is the only true statement anyone can make. These two words, consciously returned to, work on the mind like a Zamboni on an ice rink, sweeping and smoothing, leaving it mirror-clear and undistorted. Feeling follows.
Here, then, is the great challenge—to think when thought is required, not to think when thought is not required.
All that is required to meet the challenge is an understanding of it.