The Two Paths

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The Two Paths

A runner must run with all his might and focus. He can’t afford to look at the finish line while running. If he remains on track and doesn’t stop running, he’ll cross the finish line. It’s not very different on the path of meditation either. Your goal is not to reach some state, that’ll happen on it’s own if you persist diligently. Your only goal is to ensure that you practice correctly. The more sugar you put in, the sweeter it gets. When it comes to meditation, intensity in effort equals immensity in rewards. To that effect, you have two paths.

The Ordinary Path

The ordinary does not mean that it’s not fruitful or effective, it entirely depends on the path quality of your practice. Not everyone can leave everything behind and go into Himalayan solitude to walk the path of self-realisation. Not everyone can be a Buddha or a Mahavira in terms of their life choices. In any case, you won’t know till you walk the path. The day of the spark of realisation ignites in your heart, the life will change forever. For those who have responsibilities and other commitments, there is the traditional path.

The Extraordinary Path

Bill Gates once said, “I never took a day off in my twenties.” The extraordinary path is for those who have found their calling in meditation, or for those who can’t wait any longer to discover their own truth. These are the scholars who drop out of school and just go for it. It was the path of Buddha, Mahavira, Ramana Maharishi, Jesus Christ and even their disciples who dropped everything to serve their cause. Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, who was a householder, walked the extraordinary path because with each passing moment all he did was to immerse himself in the glories of the Goddess.

Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Albert Einstein, Thomas A Edison, Issac Newton, Van Gogh – they all walked the extraordinary path in their perspective fields. Nothing other than a single-minded pursuit of their vision (not necessarily goal) mattered to them.

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