If the world appears in chaos, does that mean that we too must be in chaos? Our choice is not between acceptance of all that appears wrong, or its denial. Acceptance, or distraction? Instead we can simply see our world for what it is, in terms of Brahman, Totality, our Cosmic stature.
This is not accomplished by a trick of the mind, or an assertion by the ego. Instead it is the natural, and innocent expansion of awareness to fullness, a dynamic completion of continuous transcendence, and its practical result in life. By setting such a process in motion, do we surmount all of our fears, past, present and future.
By transcending in silence do we meet every aspect of ourselves – a calm radiance, punctuated by that which must be resolved. We come across such needs easily, and are able to come to clarity within. Sometimes additional action must be taken in the world to bring such needs to completion, that we may continue on.
We inhabit a vehicle of obvious physical limitations, that at the same home contains the Cosmos itself – stars, galaxies, inhabited planets, and of course the families of humanity, and Divinity. This gives us the ability to deal with anything comprehensively, and redeem ourselves and others completely.
For example, if we find ourselves in a space with a member of our family, a young undisciplined child, or several, causing a commotion, we don’t need to become as the child is – wild and fearful. Instead we assert our quiet dignity, radiating all that we are as human beings, in concert with the Divine. Harmony is the inevitable result, established and made inviolate through Divinity.
“When you begin attracting the attention of the Omnipotent towards you, then what is not possible for you?” – Sri Brahmananda Sararswati
~ Jai Guru Dev ~