After describing the mechanics of Brahman here – the Cosmic access, with Divinity at hand for the fulfillment of every desire – I haven’t spoken much about what it feels like to live in complete Reality, complete Totality.
Every thought finds its completion, whether through fruition or additional knowledge. Nothing is hidden – either of ourselves or others or anything or any being. All of it informs the present. In addition to all of our daily concerns, moving life forward in a concrete way, the context within which life operates is much larger living Brahman than the common experience.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s expression, “Do nothing and accomplish everything”, is not hyperbole or fanciful thinking – it is actually a precise spiritual prescription of the way to approach activity in Brahman. The common experience for success begins with intense focus on an objective, with all elements being shepherded forth manually, a lot of hands on. Even so, there remains little direct control over the outcome, as more and more factors including the vagaries of human behavior, insert themselves into the machinery, the ecosystem, of the desire’s fulfillment.
As the mind becomes reliably stronger through the alternation of activity and Transcendental Meditation, our clearer focus and expanding consciousness begin to make success easier. However our expanding consciousness also summons forth deeper and larger desires at the same time. Nature provides more powerful tools for our anticipated engagement with these larger desires.
All of this culminates when living Brahman, with the grateful and unified support of Divinity towards every desire. The thought comes into awareness, and like an Instagram sent to the Heavenly Host, the mechanics of Creation, the steps for fulfillment begin immediately. As living Brahman is only possible through the resolution of all past karma, there is nothing in the way of fulfillment. As no attachment is possible living Brahman, no karma accrues either, so this further clears the way for success. Less and less effort is needed to complete larger and larger desires, “Do nothing and accomplish everything”.
With personal desires fulfilled so easily living Brahman, the mind turns towards the largest desires, Heaven on Earth and so on. Nothing else quite captures the full passion of the Cosmic heart. And of course these are goals first supported by all local, familial, social, economic, and loving success in life, not some dreamy escape from one’s immediate problems.
Life in Brahman is life in fullness, taking on whatever challenge seems appropriate. With all of the Cosmos to play with, and Reality present at all times, living Brahman is a continuous and exhilarating adventure. Inherent in Brahman, the work has already been done so that sin and theft no longer find a place in the mind. There are no limitations, no compromises, and no settling for less. Total knowledge, total responsibility, and total fulfillment work together in harmony, and practical efficiency.
This is what living Brahman feels like, and I highly recommend it, not that I have any choice in the matter!