18 October 2010

16. Desirelessness, the Highest Bliss

Nothing of value can happen to a mind which knows exactly
what it wants. For nothing the mind can visualise and want is of much value.

What helps you to know yourself is right. What prevents, is
wrong. To know one's real self is bliss, to forget -- is sorrow.

Seeing the false as the false, is meditation.

Establish yourself firmly in the awareness of 'I am'. This
is the beginning and also the end of all endeavour.

Distrust your mind, and go beyond.

Those who know only scriptures know nothing. To know is to

It is only your inner teacher, that will walk with you to
the goal, for he is the goal.

The higher your aims and vaster your desires, the more
energy you will have for their fulfilment.

Desire the good of all and the universe will work with you.

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