See you soon.

I am going to meet you up there, soon, oh believe you me, very soon.

I am going to ask you, why you screwed up, soon, yes, very soon.

You better have answers to why you thrust pain. Is it because of your small ego, everyone’s worship to gain?

Do you really think, you are getting away, from your own Karma? Do you really want to pull off your game, call it all Dharma?

With all your big words on love and peace and harmony, all fake, all just hollow. You really think you will enjoy your cushions in heaven, while grief is what I swallow?

The evil lives on. The devil dances infront of your eyes. What use are you of, witnessing all that’s happening? Have you got no shame? Seeing you silent on it all, is deafening.

I am going to meet you up there, soon, very soon.

You better have answers, why you screwed up, and made me look like a fool, a loon.

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Having a purpose is important!

Importance of having a purpose in life can be witnessed at the sunrise time.
It is tough to wake up on summer mornings, when its a weekend, and you are wrapped up under the sheets beneath an air conditioner that’s cooling at 20°C. These are the mornings when you end up waking no way before 8/9 am.
Switch to a day when everything remains the same, but you have a trip planned at 4 am. Or an intervew scheduled at a Fortune 500 at 8 am. A purpose to wake up and fight the mind out of its laziness. Its easier to wake, without feeling tired and staying fresh. That’s how important it is to have a purpose constantly, to keep our actions focussed and aligned with our goals.

Imagination and meditation

I decided to walk that misty and dark road i came across while i was walking along the woods in Nainital. In one look it seemed scary for i had heard of all those horror stories from my grandfather in my childhood. Nevertheless i decided to enter these terrifying mists and look into the other side.

I had walked not more than 200 meters that i witnessed a strange white light walking by my side. Trust me i would have screamed but to my surprise i felt a peculiar peace and joy in my heart. I was a bit scared or rather skeptical about it and was looking at it with my peripheral vision and see what exactly it was.

Suddenly it started throwing bulb shaped light in front of me with the great speed. I wondered if it were going to kidnap me but i was thrilled to see what followed next.

The whole scene was perfect heaven like and despite the heavy mists i could clearly see everything around me as there was so much light. There were beautiful waterfalls on one side of the road. I thought there was nothing on either side of the road but i was amazed to look at the awesome scenery. The giant waterfall was producing an enchanting  scent as its mighty blue waters fell down the cliff. I started to marvel at this beautiful scent. It captured my imagination and i started to feel very light in my heart and mind.

The white light figure asked me to keep walking. Yes! Now it was talking and its voice was sweeter than any lady’s and commanding than any general’s. I followed the way it showed and suddenly there were sounds of an instrument i had immense love for. It was a ‘Damroo”.

I started walking faster to reach the source of this heavenly music.

We reached at a very giant gate all covered with snow and roots of Banyan tree. I could hear the music clearly now making me desperate to see who was playing it. I asked the light figure to let me pass through this gate. I was not afraid of it anymore; i felt it was my friend and protector. He laughed and said very well!

I entered the gate and i noticed there was something different about the surroundings. The air i was breathing carried this music and started to play in my heart too. I could feel the vibrations in every cell.

The figure asked me if i would like to rest here. I was quick to ask him if there is more beautiful a place than this and he laughed again. Shiva is waiting was his response to my childlike attitude.

Hearing the name of Shiva  broke all the enchantments of this place and i realised where i was. I opened my eyes slowly feeling drugged with bliss.

 

I realised it was a deep meditation session and i just smiled and chanted ‘om namah shivaye’

Time.

Time is a very strange subject of thought and discussion. It has been so for time immemorial itself and probably will continue to do so.

Most of you will even skip talking about time and its flow saying that you don’t have time for it. Ironic it is, isn’t it?

Time, in my perspective, is a thread like energy structure entangled in a very complex way with other dimensions of our universe. Time originates with thought. As long as thought remains time will exist for you. That is why in spirituality there is so much stress over becoming thoughtless.

Achieving a Thoughtless state doesn’t mean you have become immortal. It merely bestows upon you the power to understand things without any bounds. Knowledge is infinite only if you can reach to that level of being free from threads of the time. Thoughtlessness saves you from the worries of past,present and future and thus making you capable of exploring what lies beyond time.

Time is an illusion is what most yogis and philosophers quote. Well, i won’t completely agree with it because it becomes illusion in a metaphorical sense once you have fairly grasped it nature and flow. Time is a very real dimension of our existence and guards the amount of knowledge that can pass through it into our consciousness. That is why knowledge is often portrayed dependent upon experience whereas there are many whose knowledge and intelligence surpass their chronological ages.

 

So much for time now. It takes time to think and even more to write.

Isn’t it? 😉