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Chapter 1: The Meaning of Samadhi

You have to discriminate because you are blind; you have to think because you are blind; you have to believe in right and wrong because you are blind; you have to be in discipline and morality because you are blind. When understanding flowers, when the flame is there, you simply see and everything is clear. When you have an inner clarity, everything is clear; you become perceptive. Whatsoever you do is simply right. Not that it is right, so you do it; you do it with understanding, and it is right.

Shraddha, virya, smriti, samadhi, pragya. Others who attain asampragyata samadhi attain through trust, infinite energy, effort, total self-remembrance, a nonquestioning mind and a flame of understanding.

Enough for today.