That’s what the Aatma does. It keeps relaxing, in its seat.
All suffering is false. So, where is the question of tragedy?
Complain, and you lose even what you already have. Be grateful, and you get more than what you are grateful for.
When you are being the most serious, the Truth pokes fun at you. In fact, your seriousness is the biggest joke.
The subtle can be perceived only by the subtle.
We talk as if miracles happen sometimes. ‘Time’ itself is a miracle.
To believe in miracles is to believe in your personal helplessness. To believe in miracles is to accept that the center of doing is not you, that what is happening is not really your accomplishment.
The miracle tells you that neither have you done it nor do you understand what has been done that is too much for the ego.
You will never be very open to believing in miracles. To believe in miracles is to believe in grace. ‘Grace’ is a miracle. To believe in miracles is to believe in love, truth. You would much rather believe in yourself; Love, truth, grace, they obliterate you. The work of God is miraculous. The work of God is not something that the human mind can make sense of, and that is a miracle. But as we just said, if you cannot make sense of something you feel humiliated. There is another mind that feels delighted when he sees something of the beyond happening. He has faith.
The very existence of Jesus is a miracle. No other miracle is needed.
Life is nothing but a series of great miracles.
The very existence of the Jesus is a miracle. Obviously, everything that happens through him is bound to be a miracle.
Read the complete article: Acharya Prashant on Jesus – What does it take to believe in miracles
Words will always belong to the mental realm, to the path. What is beyond the path? The destination. Whatever is being said is being said so that you can be close to the destination. Words are for the sake of Silence if they are arising from silence. Words arising from the Silence are for the sake of Silence. Be directly established in the Silence.
You take a shortcut. You take a direct path. When you cannot comprehend the words, just know that the destination of all the words is Silence. So you directly go there. Why take the circuitous route? Words are like that mischievous tourist guide who wants to inflate his billing, so he will take you by the longest route possible. And in taking you through the longest route, he’s assuring you of his own importance, “You see, it was such a torturous route. You would’ve lost your way. Good that you hired me. See now I am navigating you through all this maze.” This is what words do.
So, if you’ll ask me, “What is Bharat?”
I will wait for you to look at the snow capped Himalayas. And then, when your eyes would be shining with wonderment, then I will say, “That is Bharat!”
Or when you would be reading The Upanishads, and your mind would suddenly be getting lighter and your face would have a sudden radiance and you would have felt for yourself deeply in your heart what it meant to say, ‘Poornamidah; poornamidam’.
Then I will say, “That! That is Bharat.”