Explanations don’t help in the real sense || Acharya Prashant on, Jiddu Krishnamurti (2018)

Unknown cannot be understood in the plane of the unknown itself.

To understand the unknown, you have to take it to the plane of the known at least.

The Real Teacher does not offer you explanations in the same plane.

In the known plane, in our personal mental plane, we anyway have lot of explanations.

The Teacher is needed not to explain the question, but to carry the question to some other level, some other dimension.

When does one find the final spiritual teacher? || Acharya Prashant (2018)

This is the mistake that you are making.

You are continuing to have a ‘subject-object’ relationship with the Teacher.

And if you want to remain an ‘object’, it is imperative for you that the Teacher remains a ‘subject’.

And where there is an ‘object’ and there is a ‘subject’, there would always be a distance.

The ‘subject’ and the ‘object’ cannot be one.

They determine each other, they work upon each other, they play with each other, still they maintain a distance between them.

The subject, the object and the distance, all go together.

And as long as there is the distance, how can there be dissolution?

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