God/Brahman is the Ocean of Love and Consciousness (Divinity_IS)
Wednesday, August 17, 2022
Random quotes from Yoga Vasishta
Just as the trees on the bank of a lake are reflected
in the water, so also all these varied objects are reflected in
the vast mirror of our consciousness.
Even though bondage does not really exist, it
becomes strong through desire for worldly enjoyments;
when this desire subsides bondage becomes weak.
Like waves rising up from the ocean the unstable
mind rises out of the vast and stable expanse of the Supreme Self.
This world, though unreal, appears to exist
and is the cause of life-long suffering to an ignorant person, just as a (non-existent) ghost (is the cause of
fear) to a boy.
One who has no idea of gold sees only the bracelet.
He does not at all have the idea that it is merely gold.
The world is full of misery to an ignorant man
and full of bliss to a wise man
The world is dark to a
blind man and bright to one who has eyes.
The bliss of a man of discrimination, who has
rejected samsara and discarded all mental concepts,
Like clouds which suddenly appear in a clear
sky and as suddenly dissolve, the entire universe (appears)
in the Self and (dissolves in it).
Just as the cloth, when investigated, is seen to
be nothing but thread, so also this world, when enquired
into, is (seen to be) merely the Self.
Just as the foam, the waves, the dew and the bubbles are not different from water, even so this world which has come out of the Self is not different from the Self
August 17, 2022
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