Friday, 4 July 2014

A Contemplative Life

We meditate and make meditation a state of life so that we are eternally in a contemplative mood, even when we are involving ourselves in other activities, which will mean minimum involvement in activities, maximum involvement in contemplation. Which will mean also automatically leading a right life, because we have no time and inclination to do what is not necessary, or what is wrong. So, we get into this contemplative mood, keep in Constant Remembrance, the Master ever with us. Then there is nothing to worry about. Samskaras just disappear like mist when the sun rises. They don’t exist anymore. 

Taken from the book "Heart to Heart, Vol. 5", Chapter "Death, part 2", pg. 276, by Revered Chariji 

Courtesy: Sahaj Marg Spirituality Foundation,

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