DISSOLVE INTO SILENCE
“Enlightenment is a paradoxical phenomenon. You need to be commited to become enlightened, and to do whatever is necessary to make it happen. But at the same time you can not force enlightenment to happen by sheer will. It is like the situation with happiness: you can not force happiness to happen, but you can create the right circumstances for happiness to happen.
You need to be willing to die, to let go of your limited sense of “I”, to achieve enlightenment. I can feel a deepening thirst to die, to dissolve into the silence, in my heart and being.”
― Swami Dhyan Giten,
The Language of Silence: From Darkness to Light
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