“We should learn to be in present so that we act in the moment slowly and slowly the past will not interfere and we will be surprised as for first time we will be able to see the eternal wonder of life and look at those mysterious phenomenon which are offered to us as great gifts which will simply make our hearts filled with constant gratitude. “
—Pawan, India —-
Meditation, we can never try it make it happen because it happens spontaneously. The first thing we need to know is how to remain unoccupied, that’s all. Actually the whole trick of meditation is how to remain unoccupied. And when we are not trying to do anything the meditation will flower as the energy moves towards the centre and settles down towards the centre. So when we are doing we are moving out and when we are non-doing we are moving in.
We people, many are ignorant and blind and lots of us want to remain ignorant and blind, because to come inwards looks like entering a chaos. We will need courage to be oneself and encounter the chaos we have created inside. The courage to be meditative is the greatest courageous thing we need to learn. When we start moving inwards we will come to the light without any source and in that light, for the first time we will be able to start understanding ourselves and know who we are. We are that twilight, that sandhya, that pure clarity, that perception, where the observer and the observed disappear, where the doer and doing, where the I and me disappears and only the light remains.