Teachings

When a flower is still a bud, we cannot experience its beauty or fragrance. We have to wait patiently for the bud to unfold on its own. Only then can we fully experience its beauty and fragrance.
The mind always has expectations. In order to experience pure consciousness, this nature of the mind must disappear.
An artist paints with focus; the painting becomes complete only through ekagrata (one-pointedness). Similarly, whatever is our goal, we need focus on that to make it complete.
We should live every moment with awareness.
Where there is concentration, there is harmony. Happiness is derived from concentration of the mind. Whatever we focus on we will become that.
We should acquire control of the mind and possess the power to stop it, like the brakes of a new car reduce the speed and stop the vehicle whenever necessary.
Love is the center-point of life. We should perform all our actions while remaining focused on this center-point.
To face different situations in life with presence of mind and mental poise, first we have to train the mind.

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