WHEN THE SELF S ABSENT, ONE ACHIEVES INACTION N ONE’S EVERY ACTION

Cyrus Daily Messages

The following is another message, given at the time, on Mukti – Liberation: (Feb. 1954)

God is eternally free. To realize God is to attain liberation from the bondage of illusion. The greater the strife and the more intensified the struggle to attain liberation, the more the shackles of illusion are felt, because this very action brings greater awareness of the illusion, which then becomes all the more impressive and realistic. All actions, whether good or bad, just or unjust, charitable or uncharitable, are responsible in making the bond of illusion firmer and tighter.

The goal is to achieve perfect inaction, which does not mean merely inactivity. When the self is absent, one achieves inaction in one’s every action. However excessive, karma yoga, dnyan yoga and other yogas can be instrumental in one’s achieving the end to all actions by practicing inaction in the midst of intense activity.

However, the only way to live a life of absolute inaction is to completely surrender to a Perfect Master, so that one dies to oneself entirely and lives only for the Perfect Master, to act and fulfill the dictates of the Beloved One.

My Blessings to you all.

Lord Meher, American ed., Bhau Kalchuri, Vol. 12, p. 4329.