JAILBREAK AND THE ART OF MEDITATION

A Novella

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JAILBREAK AND THE ART OF MEDITATION
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FICTION
Whatever our intellect knows is through our two eyes and two ears. But what about all those things that cannot be heard or seen, like for instance unconditional love. Unconditional love is beyond the intellect. Because the intellect cannot fathom it, does that imply that it does not exist? If intellect were to be the yardstick of truth, then we would be trapped in its jail like a spider caught in its own web. Maybe there is something greater than our intellect which has escaped our attention because we allowed our intellect to overshadow it. Maybe the time has come to introspect and examine how far our intellect has estranged us from Truth. The Truth could be something so obvious like unconditional love. It is so simple to connect with our own reservoir of unconditional love, through an instrument inbuilt within us. What if there is an instrument within us through which we may enjoy unconditional love. What if through that instrument we may receive all the knowledge of the unconditional love. What if through that instrument we may know the Absolute Truth. What if through that instrument we may receive Divine Blessing. What if that instrument overflows with compassion and love. What if we connect with that instrument in the course of an afternoon. What if we give that instrument a name. What if we call her 'Kundalini.'"

SPECIFICATIONS

63 pages

paperback

DETAILS

2000

Life Eternal Trust

© Yogi Mahajan

This book is available at Mother’s Culture Cabella.

English

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