Brahman and Surrender

Speedboat and cloud over the South China Sea, Hong Kong

Brahman is surrender, and Brahman is also abiding paradox. Brahman surrenders Totality and all aspects of Totality. However this is not the simple release of relative life we feel when we wake up to our universal and infinite nature.

We retain our responsibility for completion, even as we surrender ourselves in Brahman. Life is ours in Brahman, ever more fully as we surrender the way we see and act on it. This is because Totality will always transcend any notion or even solid concepts we hold dear. Totality always surrenders to a full and open heart, while acting according to Cosmic Law.

Cosmic Law is the infinite universal structure that both serves free will, and good, simultaneously. A perfect structure, allowing for infinite variation, all circling back, finding completion in good thoughts and good action. Brahman lives in the realm of the good, the embodiment of the good, as dynamically informed by transcendence, Divinity.

As such, Brahman grows with the innocence of a rose, yet holds the structure of Totality dear, transcending always, further and further into the heart of Divinity. Surrendering always to further Totality, to further perfection.

The open full heart and resolute intellect march forward, openness resolved to completion. Action is the only way that Brahman is expressed, always informed by Divinity. Action takes place in the three worlds, yet always surrenders to Divinity, Divine will. “Thy Will Be Done”; Action in Brahman, Totality, Surrender.

Published by Jim Flanegin

it shows up in the pictures...I am a US citizen (born in California), though spent my childhood through high school living primarily in SE Asia, giving me a deep view of both East and West. I began TM at 21 and the TM-Sidhis at 26. I was visited by Guru Dev at 39. The rest is history. :-)

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