‘GYAN KI GEHRAI’ (THE DEPTH OF WISDOM)
……Contd. from GYAN KI GEHRAI (The Depth of Wisdom)
Devotee: Maiyaji, Gyan(wisdom) leads to Abhyasa(practice) or abhyasa
leads to gyana?
Maiya: Gyana is already there, for that you don’t need any abhyasa but
to remove ignorance abhyasa is necessary. Once ma told in a satsang
that a true devotee is one who does not feel any abhaava (scarcity) of
anything in his life except for God.
Devotee: Maa, ‘doesn’t feel scarcity’ means?
Maiya : it means that one doesn’t feel emptiness in his life of anything,
place, circumstances, human beings etc. He is capable of leading his life
without these things.
Devotee: Maiya, are ‘do not feeling scarcity ‘ and keeping patience
Maiya: No, when we keep hope and wait for something to happen in
future, that is called patience. Patience gives you hope that one day I’ll
get that particular thing. Not feeling scarcity means that you don’t have
the desire for that thing at all. That thing doesnt keep any importance
for you that you keep waiting for it to get in future. A sadhak should be
such that he is able to live without anything except for God.
TO BE CONTINUED………..