Consciousness has produced this play. Consciousness has written the script. Consciousness is playing all the characters. And Consciousness is witnessing the play. It is a one-man show.
Self-realization is effortless. What you are trying to find is what you already are.
The happiness you are seeking is not to be found in the flow of life, but in your attitude toward whatever life brings.
Balsekar taught from the tradition of Advaita Vedanta nondualism. His teaching begins with the idea of an ultimate Source, Brahman, from which creation arises. Once creation has arisen, the world and life operate mechanistically according to both Divine and natural laws. While people believe that they are actually doing things and making choices, free will is in fact an illusion. All that happens is caused by this one source, and the actual identity of this source is pure Consciousness, which is incapable of choosing or doing. This false identity which revolves around the idea that “I am the body” or “I am the doer” keeps one from seeing that one’s actual identity is free Consciousness.
The Only Spiritual Path Is Silence
The most persistent suffering is addiction to identity. Your whole life has been designed for your awakening. For you to realize the absurdity of it all. For you to be able to say: All is well. I Am Love. I Am Silence.
However, silence, peace are passive. Learning is an effort and has consequences but the goal is Bliss. Harmony with things as they are and not peace locked inside a room. What needs doing to keep Harmony comes spontaneously to an enlightened heart.
Nothing to realise nothing to be nowhere to go here now. Silence is the Ultimate Truth.
You don’t need to go outside anymore to lead a religious life and practice spirituality. You need to go inward to feel the Divine within and find everything within and that is true path into Moksha, Nirvana. Go to the Highest Frequency…
Sooner or later one must recognize that all this play has been made perfectly only for its own awakening. Awakening is the only goal. Guru (Swami Vivekananda) said;
The soul is beyond time, space and causality – therefore unlimited, omnipresent.
The Simple Feeling of Being