A True Seeker

11/19/2011 § Leave a comment

For the True seeker, the effort should be to dissuade the mind from plural and divergent interests and fix it exclusively on the spiritual goal. All thoughts, words, deeds must harmoniously converge to this end. If the mind even after years of practice, continues to indulge in distractional notes, it means the right chord of sadhana has not been struck and that the mind harbours undue complacence and ambitions. Constant introspection and vigil are necessary to ensure that the mind remains fixed to the sadhana, giving spiritual goal the supreme place.

Harih Om Tat Sat. Jai Guru.

–      Swami Bhoomananda Tirtha

© Narayanashrama Tapovanam, 2011


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