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When joy arises, become it/0 Comments/in Meditation in Activities, Meditation through Love /by soulyoga
Become the caress/0 Comments/in Meditation through Love /by soulyoga
Become the caress
The first technique is concerned with love, because love is the nearest thing in your experience in which you are relaxed. If you cannot love, it is impossible for you to relax. If you can relax, your life will become a loving life. A tense man cannot love. Why? A tense man always lives with purposes.
WHILE BEING CARESSED, SWEET PRINCESS, ENTER THE CARESSING AS EVERLASTING LIFE. What does it mean? Many things! One: while you are being loved the past has ceased, the future is not. You move in the dimension of the present. You move in THE NOW. Have you ever loved someone? If you have ever loved, then you know that the mind is no longer there. Really, love is the most absurd act, with no meaning beyond it, no purpose beyond it. It exists in itself, not for anything else
So the first thing: in the moment of love, past and future are no more. Then, one delicate point is to be understood. When there is no past and no future, can you call this moment the present? It is the present only between the two – between the past and the future. It is relative. If there is no past and no future, what does it mean to call it the present? It is meaningless. That is why Shiva doesn’t use the word ‘present’. EVERLASTING LIFE means eternity… enter eternity.
We divide time into three parts – past, present, future. That division is false, absolutely false. Time is really past and future. The present is not part of time. The present is part of eternity. That which has passed is time; that which is to come is time. That which is, is not time because it never passes – It is always here. The now is always here. It is ALWAYS here! This now is eternal. Time means you move on a plane, on a straight line, horizontal. The moment you are in the present the dimension changes: you move vertically – up or down, toward the height or toward the depth.
If you move from the past, you never move into the present. From the past you always move into the future; there comes no moment which is present. From the past you always move into the future. From the present you can never move into the future. From the present you go deeper and deeper, into more present and more present. This is everlasting life.