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Good Meditation
Friday, July 28, 2017
 
"Babuji Maharaj said, "Anything that happens during meditation is for the good of the abhyasis. Even experiences of horror, fear, sickness, all are good." Experiences denote that the past samskaras are being removed, and that is the grace of the Master. The future is being recreated. You must welcome this with all your heart."
http://dr.sahajmarg.org/sm_view_dr/show_xml?lang=EN&display_dt=2017/07/28
P. Rajagopalachari, The Spider's Web, Vol. 3 (2013), p. 234
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