Conditioning: The Nature of the Mind

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Conditioning: The Nature of the Mind

There was a lioness who died during the course of giving birth to a cub. A small girl who had never seen a cub happened to be in the woods at the same time. She picked up the cub and brought it home. The cub was fed goat’s milk and was made to live with other goats. They all grew up together. The lion started to feed on grass like the other goats and was treated no differently. Living like the cattle, it forgot its true nature.

One day, while grazing along with the goats, the lion found itself lost in the shadows of the jungle. As he attempted to navigate back home, he went even deeper in the woods. He felt scared in the loneliness and unfamiliar territory. Just then, he saw an wolf from a distance. The lion, unaware of his ferocity and out of ignorance,started running for life. However, much to his surprise, all the other animals started running away when they saw him approaching. The confused lion stopped to make sense of what had just witnessed. An strange feeling took him over; there was more to it than what met the eye. The lion began pondering over the incident and decided to explore the matter further.

He moved around a little more freely and a little less scared. Wherever he went, he saw the same reaction: all the animals would start scrambling. It went on like this before he saw a group of lions feeding on a freshly killed bulls’s gore. A latent desire to partake of the meat aroused in him. His surprise elevated to the level of shock. As if automatically, he felt a strong desire to make his own lunch. Driven by his urge he hunted down a calf. The joy he discovered in hunting and feeding on the game far exceeded any other he had ever experienced. Moreover, an innate sense of fearlessness emerged. He felt the Jungle was his own home and that no one around could dare to kill him. In no time from a meek grass feeding goat, he became the king of the jungle.

You are a lion as well, your intrinsic nature is bliss and fearlessness. But, the lion in you has started behaving like a goat. This is called conditioning. From the moment we are brought up, we are fed with beliefs and information about ourselves and others. We are constantly made aware of our shortcomings. Somehow, we are made to believe that in order to be happy we have to constantly strive for something else, we have to do better, we have to be like someone else.

We have been conditioned, inadvertently or otherwise by the society and the evolutionary forces. Our conditioning makes us feel we are inadequate, lacking something. As if we must constantly improve and strive for something. As a result, a perfectly beautiful life starts to feel in adequate as we start seeking external affirmations and approvals.

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