Series II

1) The Infinite expresses itself at several levels till it reaches uniqueness in the individual. At the point it touches the uniqueness, its expression no longer belongs to a type, rather reaches its infinite possibilities. p

2) We try to understand the Absolute by thought. Thought can understand only a concept of the Absolute. A unique thought may see the Infinite. The Absolute can be seen by the mind, when the mind in its plane rises to the level of the Absolute, i.e. by restoring its original connection with the Supermind and further proceeding to its origin of consciousness. From there it must cease to be conscious and cease to exist to bring the Absolute to the mind. p

3) Our parts of being function through conditioning, through a faculty or a habit that is narrow. Shedding the habit, overcoming the faculty, they can function from their entire capacity of fullness. For man to express the Absolute, such an opening is necessary.

4) The Determinant of the Universe is the Supermind. The determinant of our life is the ego. To see the Determinant at work, one should remove the present determinant and let the Determinant express through the psychic. &

5) In matters of life, often, Wisdom is to discover the plainest truth. The common man who mouths this truth recognises it as an old adage; the intellectual knows it as a concept; the yogi sees it as a spiritual truth, but none of them sees the Infinite at work. The Wisdom that discovers the simplest truth of life comes to know the occult imperative between the possibility and the actual.

6) Skill raising itself to perfection, Wisdom that discovers the occult imperative between the possibility and the actual are moving towards the vision of yoga of creation. p

7) It is said that all are Brahman. It is equally asserted that God spends as much energy in fashioning a pebble as a man. Man can get a glimpse of this truth when he goes to the last detail of a skill, the least important part of a work. At this level he too can see the smallest works is equal to the greatest of works. This is a vision of Brahman. &

8) Thought __ understanding __ vision __ intuition __ direct knowledge __ consciousness __ truth __ Absolute is the ascending version of knowledge.

Mental understanding __ emotional appreciation __ physical mastery __ material oneness with knowledge __ Ignorance that understands itself as knowledge __ omniscient inconscience is the other version. At the point they meet begins the evolution of the spirit. p

9) He who betrays man is loyal to God. p

10) To feel betrayed is ignorant, to betray is to be the instrument of God through ignorance. p

11) Seeing behind the betrayal the hand of Mother, one discovers Mother in him. Thus human betrayal has the possibility of changing into loyalty to Mother. p

12) Depending upon the instruments stage of evolution, it can either transform or dissolve or disappear from the scene. &

13) To see loyalty in betrayal and betrayal in loyalty is total vision. p

14) Betrayal seeks you as you still cherish loyalty.

15) To enjoy loyalty is to be psychological. No yoga is possible for a psychological attitude, positive or negative.

16) Loyalty to a person must be transformed into unceasing adoration of the Inner Divine, rising irresistibly from the well of the psychic. p

17) The psychic collecting the essence of life experience has a parallel to the illiterate city dweller extracting the knowledge of civilisation.

18) Yoga is likened to the university, the family shaping the awakened individual.

19) The criminal delivers the touch of The Mother to his victims according to their consciousness status. p

20) The harlot fulfils Gods mission of meeting the passionate mans needs which are denied avenues of expression in an orderly society. p

21) The harlot is the physical version of the soul which, eschewing the loyalty of monogamy, communes with every other ripe soul.

UvUS v. Eh Uv Ψkzv Ax EPzu AUS EhuS. p

22) He who cannot break the social rigidities or psychological sentiments or sensitivities cannot enjoy the Freedom of The Mother. p

23) For those in discipline, a period of spiritual gestation, breaking the rules is annihilation. p

24) May we say to every impertinent brute, Thank you for bringing the voice of the Almightly Mother? p

25) How many of us can receive A zvUS Ga] with aspiration and gratitude? p

26) When thought is impermissible, we are plagued with expectation, externalised thought expressing emotion.

27) When you offer the secret of success, people frown on the secret and ask for the success. They are endowed with permanent success of Failure in their lives.

28) To understand a problem we think. When a problem defies solution, we think deeply. There are problems that mankind has not solved yet which not only defy solutions but defy thinking. To solve them we stop thinking and go into deep meditation which reveals the answer.

Mankind abandons thinking to seek answers for its deepest problems.

29) Life is a life of desires. The spirited activities of man are in pursuit of petty desires. When we are not doing anything the subconscious is silently enjoying or pursuing its round of petty desires. p

30) Selflessness and selfishness express in attitudes of giving and taking. Physically they express as comfort or trouble for the other. A selfless man forging a contact with another makes that mans life flower while that of the selfish man results in catastrophes. p

31) Pushiness is the vital arrogance, while condoning it in your people expresses blind passionate attachment.

32) To be able to take HIS and HER words literally true is a yoga by itself. p

33) It is true HE explained his philosophy, practice and delivered HIS message to be followed by his sadhaks. But to accept them as literal truth, to be devoted to them fully and seek inner identification with both of them is all that is understood as yoga. p

34) From the material to the spiritual plane our life is determined by values. We are capable of acquiring values of any level thus abridging the time needed to progress or evolve.

35) The greatest inner progress is made possible by acquiring the highest possible value and expressing it in the lowest possible activity.

36) The idealistic leader developing others to work for the spread of the Ideal till this day remains an ideal. The unidealistic coterie neither rises to the occasion of the Ideal, nor refrains from shutting up the ideal and its leader in a forgotten cocoon. Often it flowers in a succeeding generation.

37) Man compels the Infinite to his finite size if the Infinite offers him to outgrow his finite smallness. The Law of self-preservation prevails. p

38) The only way the Ideal can succeed is the unidealistic way. The Ideal moving to the inner world and succeeding there will prevail over the outer conditions by its innate strength, thus proving the Law of the unideal of the strong ruling over the weak.

39) Hence the Law of the unideal is a more basic law than the dream of the 'ideal'.

40) Idealism pursues the right goal through a wrong strategy.

41) The Practical Idealist recognises the right goal and the right strategy.

42) The rule of the strong prevailing over the weak is the right strategy as the life of the unideal was made possible by the strength.

43) In conditions of scarcity, needs remain unmet. In conditions of surplus, things remain unused fully. What continues to prevail is the unmet need.

44) To meet all the needs of all the things given to us, life needs to be integral. p

45) One cannot become integral by converting scarcity into surplus, but by making the partial life into a whole life. p

46) The discovery of an integral life is at the same time the discovery of the Absolute in the physical or the discovery that Ignorance is a greater power than knowledge. p

47) We may arrive at that point of discovery when we realise the Absolute and the relative are the same; the only thing that differs is our view. &

48) For us to arrive at that view, our mind should restore its lost link with its origin. &

49) The process of restoring it is to begin seeing the contraries as complementaries. This process redeems the mind from its subjection to thought, as thought is stunned and stilled at this view. & (Higher mind)

50) Light replaces thought when the contraries during their process of converting into complementaries lose their darkness and gain light. p (Illumined mind)


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