MAKING IT UP AS ONE GOES ALONG
Words are just words that we have inherited from past generations of human beings. They are open to different interpretations as suits a particular raison d’etre. When one is living in the freedom of satya-advaita yoga, one necessarily makes up new words as one goes along or adapt old words to meet a particular requirement of what one is trying to express. It is in this context that my books are to be read and the readers have to form their own opinions on whether I have been crystal clear on what I have thought about relating to my experiences of life over the past 24 years. I am of course open to providing any clarifications needed on the basis of my actions at any particular point in time and how I have expressed those in the 13 Books that I have written in the Series under the theme, ‘The Allurement of Reality’. But I hope that now such clarifications would be necessary or me be called upon to answer. I wish to let my books do the talking. This is because I am not a very good speaker in public, and even in the creation of Videos that I attempted over the past year to develop my websites. I am good at writing. For I allow truth to just flow into my mind at the appropriate time and this creates the works that I have been producing.
So in what context am I using the words Samadhi and Mahasamadhi. I wish to make it clear at this point in time. For me Samadha started on completion of my Book Truth-accommodation (Satya-advaita) and I stared writing the book ‘Post-realisation Musings’. They were semi-conscious assessment of the knowledge that I had gained and the missing data that I needed to be searched for still in order for me to arrive at a comprehension on the Conception of Reality, the first book under the theme ‘The Allurement of Reality’ that I had started writing in 2004 when I came out of the mental hospital for the first time. It grew and grew into what it is today. I had tried to consider numerous times during these years that I had had total Realisation, even my elder sister in India had pointed to this in one of her utterances to me, but it turned out not to be the case. When can Realisation be complete when one does not what there is to Realise. It had to be awaited with patience. And I formulated a plan of self-discovery to try and get to it. This was to have a framework where I hypothesised that everything in the universe is pre-ordained and pre-orchestrated, so there was God having set the universe in motion in a particular manner; the best bhakti that I could approach God with was to discover my own fate within the Grand Design, and this was latterly over the past 15 months or so done through losing all attachments, and acting nonchalantly, spontaneously and unpremeditatedly in all my moment by moment actions as the only karma that I would engage in that could with certainty be then described as sanatan dharma, that is to say karma in sanatan dharma.
When I seemed to be surviving the persecution that was vitriolic against me in conducting myself in this manner I was picking up evidence of Dharma Rakshati Rakshita as being the eternal law of the universe, and this has not changed at the moment that I am writing this account at 10.37 am on the 12 of October 2021.