Friday, October 9, 2020

 ''The undisturbed state of being is bliss; the disturbed state is what appears as the world. In non-duality there is bliss; in duality - experience. What comes and goes is experience with its duality of pain and pleasure. Bliss is not to be known. One is always bliss, but never blissful. Bliss is not an attribute.

The beginningless begins forever.
The Self is all. In practice it takes the shape of goodwill, unfailing and universal. You may call it love, all-pervading, all-redeeming.
Such love is supremely active - without the sense of doing.''
- Nisargadatta Maharaj
artwork by Varsha Kharatmal

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