- “Just be available.
This is such a great mercy that these things happen on their own.
I don’t have to find Kabir. Kabir will find me.
- “Who is Kabir? A historical figure, a weaver, a body that died?
Kabir is the essence from which all Kabirs are born.
A thousand Kabirs come and go, and Kabir remains as always.”
- “Being Hindu has as much to do with having a caste as being has to do with having a body.
Hinduism is Kabir and Ashtavakra, not caste.”
- “A person deserves to be your lover only if the person is saying that I am not going to become your goal. I am not going to become your objective. I will only become a fellow traveller, a means, a bridge. If you come to me then I will take you beyond me. I will not make you stay with me. I will not possess you. I will not make you stop at me. Instead, I will guide you beyond me. That is how the wise man decides on his lover, if it all it can be called a decision. Because in such matters, what happens is so spontaneous that it cannot really be called a decision. But what Kabir is enunciating to us is the basis of spontaneity. That basis is ‘The Beyond’.”
- “Kabir offers so little to you because you are little. Kabir offers so little to you because what you think of as Kabir’s offering is just your own thinking.”
These quotes have come from talks and writings of Shri Prashant