You once talked about past lives becoming an everyday experience when we are in your mystery school. Here my days are so full and your dance is so infectious that I don’t care anymore about anything except dancing with you until my whole body is on fire. Am I losing my marbles?
Devageet, in the first place you never had any marbles. So you are absolutely safe; you cannot lose them.
And even if one has to lose his mind, one is losing the only barrier that divides him from existence. The moment mind is lost, you suddenly find yourself in tune and in harmony.
That is what is happening to you. While dancing, singing madly, you are becoming aware…of the songs of the birds, of the dance of the peacocks, of the flight of the eagles. And you are all one.
Charles Darwin was only partially right when he said man has come from the monkeys. But he has stumbled upon a fragment of truth. In my vision, man contains in himself all the animals and all the trees and all the birds. When he dances, the peacock dances in him; when he sings, the nightingale sings in him; when he runs, a deer runs in him. When he is struck with the beauty of a sunrise, he has become a tree. When he dances in the rain, he knows something that goes on happening in the deepest souls of all the trees. When he becomes full of light, all the stars that have been hidden in him have become manifest.
Man is not only one of the species of animals. Man is an immense synthesis of all that is living – alive, dancing, singing, joyful.
Mind is rubbish. The sooner you lose it, the better. Then nothing prevents you from talking to the trees, dancing in the wind, having a dialogue with the stars. Of course, the world will say you are mad; but at least I am here – the majority of one – who says you have come home, you have become sane.
The more I try to understand you, the more you baffle me. Every day you are becoming more and more mysterious. What is this unending mystery?
Anand Maitreya, you say, “The more I try to understand you, the more you baffle me.” Stop trying to understand me. Just be with me.
Trying to understand is creating the problem. Just be here now – no need to understand. I am not a problem, neither am I a hypothesis.
I am a living presence.
Don’t try to understand me.