Le silence est le langage de dieu, toute autre chose que le silence est profane et un discours est vulgaire. La religion est à la base de tout ce qui est mauvais. C’est ce que dit Chari dans son discours sur le caractère ultime.
Il ferait donc bien de se taire, il est profane et vulgaire ; j’ajouterai prétentieux de dire que le SM n’est pas une religion. La méditation, le cleaning, l’obeissance sont autant de rituels religieux que partout ailleurs dans les autres religions.
On finit sur une beauté, une perle : Dieu est la RIENTé, je vous laisse méditer.
Extraits de : The Ultimate Character
Address at the Seminar for Character Development for Functionaries in India, 9th October 2010, Chennai, India
“(…) with the Sahaj Marg tradition, the Sahaj Marg teaching of my Masters that silence is the language of God, anything other than silence becomes something of a profane nature. (...) I believe, even in what you call japa [repetition of a mantra], the silent one is the most effective. The one in which the lips move without sound coming out is a little less effective, and the one spoken out loud like in temples and other institutions of prayer is really to be considered vulgar — vulgar, not in the sense of what we understand today as sexual vulgarity or that sort of thing, but vulgar means from the high to the lowest. (…) religion is at the root of all evil in India (...). Today’s religion is intellect, today’s politics is intellect, and the intellect is all based on selfishness (svaartha). (…) We are asked to love God.
There is no concept of worship in Sahaj Marg. Please understand Sahaj Marg carefully, faithfully, with all your focus on the truth of what Sahaj Marg has revealed to us: impeccable truths, truths beyond what the Vedas have given us, beyond what religion can ever give us, because religions don’t give us the truth. (…)
You have to be evolved out of this caste, out of the religion which has this caste, out of this society which has this religion, and out of this world which has these societies. That is liberation. That is the aim of spiritual life — the first aim is liberation. Babuji said it is the lowest; don’t ennoble it to such an extent just because it was difficult or almost impossible in the past. It is the least. (...) Remember that by definition in Sahaj Marg, God is nothingness. It is not correct to say there is nothing, it is of the nature of nothingness: no wisdom, no intellect, no knowledge, no wealth, no power (…).
So you are not asked to examine yourself, or do this or do that. Meditate, remove everything progressively, and then you will find that from a character, with which I was born, if my sadhana is perfect, regular, in accordance with the principles of the Ten Maxims, I will find I am a soul which has no character. (…)
So between me and my goal, between my progress of being born with an ego to being a soul without an ego, nothing stands as a hindrance except my ego. So we have to work on that. That is what the cleaning is for. (…)”