Saturday, November 8, 2008

Posted by Swami Om On 3:42 AM
Silence demands space, space in the whole structure of consiousness. There is no space in the structure of one's consiousness as it is, because it is crowded with fears - crowded, chattering, chattering. When there is silence, there is immense, timeless space; then only is there a possibility of coming upon that which is the eternal, sacred.