I came across an interesting part in an old Indian
text which expresses the relation between the
different levels of consciousness.
Two birds, who were close friends, were sitting
on the same tree.
One of them eat the fruits and enjoys them.
The other one sits higher up in the tree and
doesn’t eat the fruits, it just watches the other
The tree represents the human body.
The bird sitting on the lower branches eats the
sweet fruits but also the bitter ones.
Each time it eats a sweet one, it experiences
live as beautiful and fun. But when it eats a
bitter one, it thinks of life as something unpleasant.
This bird gets frustrated all the time because the
pleasure from sensory stimulation is only temporarily
and always fades away again.
This bird represents the waking consciousness, the
mind when it is focused on external signals.
From time to time, this bird looks up to the bird at the
top, who represents the subconscious mind.
The state of consciousness where one has a more
The moment the bird from the lower branches climbs
up to the bird in the top, the branches and fruit below
it, start to fade away.
In other words, when one starts to focus more inward,
you disengage from the sensory stimuli and the
suffering that comes from being overly focused
on external signals, outside of yourself.
The moment the first bird, reaches the bird higher
up… both of them disappear completely.
This represents the point where the mind reaches
unification with the pure consciousness, in the
state of the super consciousness.
Going deeper inside yourself and rediscovering
your own source?
Reaching the deeper layers of your subconscious
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