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Visitor: From the standpoint that the Gita is perhaps the most important guide for the spiritual seeker. Maharaj: Why do you give such a stupid answer? Of course it is a very important guide for the spiritual seeker; it is not a book of fiction. My question is: What is the standpoint from which you read the book? Another visitor: Sir, I read it as one of the Arjunas in the world for whose benefit the Lord was gracious enough to expound the Gita. When Maharaj looked around for other answers there was only a general murmur in confirmation of this answer.

The visitor then got up, paid his respects to Maharaj with considerably more devotion and submission than was shown by him on his arrival. He looked into Maharaj's eyes and smiled. ' •• 17 ========================================================================================================== Noumenon and Phenomena It was one of those mornings, perhaps a Monday, when there were only a few of us, the regular 'addicts'. Maharaj sat with his eyes closed, still like a statue. After some time he suddenly started speaking softly, so softly that we unconsciously moved nearer to him.

Are we not living our lives, we the millions of people in the world? If we could think deeply and rationally about what we know as life, we would easily come to the conclusion that all that we do, throughout the day and day after day, is nothing but objectifying. Indeed, manifestation is itself nothing but continuous objectivization, because, when in deep sleep consciousness rests objectivization necessarily ceases; so does the objectified universe. In deep sleep, there is no self, no world, no God.

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