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How To Realize Imperturbability

Updated on April 25, 2013
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Imperturbability is the delightful state of mind where you are able to accept what is, when it is, without wishing it to be other than it is. It to accept what has come to you unsought and then to act in accordance to your circumstances, conditions and environment and with the mentality of those you find yourself in contact.

In other words, you are without fear, anger, anxiety, and or trepidation. Free of a perturbed mind, you will be at peace and calm, regardless of what calamity has befallen you. Fear will find no place in your heart and without fear; you will act in accordance with your self-nature.

How does one come to imperturbability? Sages tell us imperturbability is only possible when one has reached a state of Samadhi. (Oneness with the Infinite Consciousness) With the direct experience of the Absolute Truth, the heart and mind are instantly enlightened and self-realization frees one from the illusion of this universe, this world, this body and from the ego personality. When the mirror is without dust, your true self can be seen.

For one who has entered into Samadhi, there is no mirror or self to reflect, and since no one is looking into the mirror, there is no reflection of the self. Without a reflection, peace is inherent, and imperturbability is the natural state.

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      Louis Pearl G.G. 4 years ago from Northern California

      Thank you for your kind words. Acceptance is certainly part of the equation. However, when faced with grave danger and hardship, acceptance can be a hard task master.

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      manatita44 4 years ago from london

      Cool. I have been working on this for a while. I call it Acceptance, but again, I do not worry too much about words. Straight and simple article. Thanks.