How all happenings finally reduce to just one thing – silence and who is silent in silence…?

What Silence is?
How all happenings finally reduce to just one thing – silence
and
who is silent in silence?

Silence means eternal silence
Which is attained
by
seeking refuge with all our heart,
in that God
by whose grace
One attains to repose and the everlasting, ultimate bliss.

Silence happens only when,
One is unmoved by sorrow and indifferent to happiness,
and
has overcome his/her passion, fear and anger.

He/She… whose mind is untroubled
by
bodily, accidental, and worldly sorrows,
and
who has rid himself/herself of desire for physical pleasures,
and
whose passions, fear, and anger have been subdued,
is
the sage with discrimination…a real Muni…
who has achieved the culmination of spiritual discipline.

By reaching to the stage of eternal silence,
mind along with all the senses get totally silent,
totally unmoved by any impact of worldly vibrations!!!

This is the silence that needs no one to speak or hear,
The silence where no words or even thoughts are required,
because all that is required to be known are already known,
from the great repository of universal silent consciousness,
from – Oneness,
the Oneness that we are all a part of,
arising from and must all finally immersing into,
and
submitting ourselves to.

So it is true of all patterns in the entire creation and all existing herein-therein
and
in every thing.


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The silence that needs no one to speak or hear,
The silence where no words or even thoughts are required,
that silence helps much
while traversing upon
the
“Path of Self Realization”
_/|\_ Humble Wishes!!!
Gratitude: YouTube.

About Mrityunjayanand

Still like a newly borne baby, crying in lap of most revered Gurudev with closed eyes. I know nothing more than this "About Me". This given name "Mrityunjayanand" is HIS blessing. Each word being shared is HIS grace, blessings, teachings where I stand simply as HIS mouthpiece and nothing is here on or of my own. My efforts to spread HIS divine and intuitive teachings are HIS instructions and my humble services in lotus feet of most revered Gurudev. Humble Wishes!!!
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2 Responses to How all happenings finally reduce to just one thing – silence and who is silent in silence…?

  1. Mrityunjayanand says:

    “When mind is still, then truth gets her chance to be heard in the purity of the silence.”

    ~ Sri Aurobindo~

  2. Mrityunjayanand says:

    “Silence of the mind comes naturally—please do listen to this—it comes naturally, easily, without any effort if you know how to observe, how to look. When you observe a cloud, look at it without the word and therefore without thought, look at it without the division as the observer. Then there is an awareness and attention in the very act of looking; not the determination to be attentive, but looking with attention, even though that look may last only a second, a minute—that is enough.

    Do not be greedy, do not say, “I must have it for the whole day.” To look without the observer means looking without the space between the observer and the thing observed, which does not mean identifying oneself with the thing that is looked at.

    So when one can look at a tree, at a cloud, at the light on the water, without the observer, and also—which is much more difficult, which needs a greater attention—if you can look at yourself without the image, without any conclusion, because the image, the conclusion, the opinion, the judgement, the goodness and the badness, is centered round the observer, then you will find that the mind, the brain, becomes extraordinarily quiet.

    And this quietness is not a thing to be cultivated; it can happen, it does happen, if you are attentive, if you are capable of watching all the time, watching your gestures, your words, your feelings, the movements of your face and all the rest of it.”

    ~Revered JK~

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