Monday, October 4, 2010


16. Your mind will inevitably be restless at the time of meditation so long as the idea has not taken firm root in you that the world is insubstantial and transi�tory, and that He alone is the only Real�ity. Love of God will grow and at the same time the mind will become calm to the extent that one is- freed from the thirst for sense pleasures. All the pleasures of the world will become trivial and distaste�ful if even a particle of His Love is ex�perienced.

Source: Parmarth Prasanga -Towards The Goal Supreme- Swami Virajanandaji of Ramakrishna Math

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