Thursday, October 30, 2008

Posted by Swami Om On 4:03 AM
Time should be forgotten completely, if you want to enter Meditation, time should not be concern you. If you are in a hurry then nothing is possible, and this has become a most deeply rooted problem for the modern man.
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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Posted by Swami Om On 4:00 AM
It is this conscious presence that you are, so long as the body is there. Once your body is gone, along with the vital breath, consciousness also will leave. Only that which was prior to the appearence of this body-cum-consciousness, the Absolute, the ever present is your true identity. That is what we all really are. That is reality.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Posted by Swami Om On 12:22 AM
You cannot avoid relating to the world, responding to the world, whether or not you like it. You must necessarily relate to the world in order to make your life, to live your life. One need not relate to the world to be alive - just to be alive

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Posted by Swami Om On 4:21 AM
Every great achievement is done slowly. All great undertakings are achieved through mighty oblstacles. All great achievements are fraught with numerous impediments. We want infinit energy, infinite zeal, infinite courage and infinite patience, then only will great things be achieved. Take your time and you will achieve your end.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Posted by Swami Om On 4:45 AM
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Sunday, October 19, 2008

Posted by Swami Om On 9:48 PM

One must not start from any conclusion, from any belief, from any dogma which conditions the mind, but from a mind that is free to observe, to learn, to move and act. Such a mind is a compassionate mind for compassion has no cause.

Compassion comes when the mind is free and it brings about a fundamental psychological revolution. That psychological revolution is what we are concerned with from the beginning to the end.

Monday, October 13, 2008

Posted by Swami Om On 3:31 AM
Man is blind, he cannot see that which is...... We have eyes, but we can see through them only that which is illusory. The appearence only is seen, not the real - the real is missed. That ' s why those who have known have called man blind.

Monday, October 6, 2008

Posted by Swami Om On 5:29 AM
Meditation is not seeking an end; it is not groping purposefully after a goal. Out of meditation comes immense silence; not cultivated silence, not silence between two thoughts, between two noises, but a silence that is unimaginable. The brain becomes extraoridinarily quiet when in this process of enquiry; when there is silence there is great preception. In this silence there is emptiness, an emptiness that is the summation of all energy.