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“At times, you may feel the force of some strong energies arising, but you are still there watching them, aware of their pull. Although such energies are not significant in themselves,, they are attractive to the personalised state of consciousness. The true seeker transcends these energies by remaining in the universal being. When consciousenss appears as a human being, it takes the darshan of duality and goes to sleep in it. As identity it is very difficult to wake up our of that sleep. To awaken to the Self on this planet is auspicious and rate, because the gravity of the sense an the mind are like Gulliver’s ropes for the person. The wisdom gained through satsang enables you to burst free from the illusory strength of these ropes. Thereafter, for fun, you may put them around your neck as malas to the Surpreme.”

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