The Master said that an experience of awakening is possible, but does anyone actually want to remain glued to emptiness, to truth? Does anyone know how?
And that’s precisely what presented itself clearly before my eyes:
“How do you do it?”
The encounters, the immersions in emptiness, in bliss, were such a daily occurrence, so continuous, that many were fascinated by them. But then the effect of the mystical magic wore off since it wasn’t supported by the maturity of living in freedom.
How can you help others live in uninterrupted peace?
What I had learned and practiced in the presence of the Master came to my aid: “Sravana, mañana, nidhidyasana”: hearing the truth, reflecting on the truth, dwelling in truth.
Through listening and reflection a spiritual awakening can happen, you can sweep away dense clouds of the illusory “I”, but then there’s a need for “purification”, supported by the profound absorption in silence, the most powerful purifying force of them all.
Remain there, with an open heart, with courage, and transcendence will manifest. Purification is indispensable, and without absorption in silence, in eternity, it is difficult if not impossible to face time and conquer it.