It is a very sad day when a Guru has a Sadahaka that goes
so far along the way then falls into delusion again... And
so this is the perfect time to talk about what it takes to
enter Full Realization...
Full Realization is ONLY Full Realization when the moving
mind has died and been fully submerged in the Unchanging
IS... Until that point one may have glimpsed the Absolute
and may be in and out of Non-duality to Duality swinging
back and forth like a pendulum... Moments of Clarity
but then mind rises and another wash of mental debris
covers the clarity.. Once the Absolute is glimpsed it may
be recalled and spoken of ... This does not mean that it is
fully present as a Living Reality.
What can happen is the worst of scenarios --- Absolute may
be glimpsed and the swinging back and forth may take place
with a spiritual ego arising... This is the most difficult ego to
cut through... For now it is off to save the world and give it's
very **special ** truth... There is at that point a running and
chasing after (as has been said by our falling sage) an attempt
to stabalize by reading unauthorized texts. This only serves
to feed the spiritual ego rather than cutting it at the roots...
Any Intellectual knowledge isn't going to bouy up Truth that
is beyond the intellectual holdings... Truth is the Unknowing
beyond knowing... It is like Intellect stripped bare of all it's
collected ideas and ideals - Primal - Pure - Without content...
One is not finished with the path when things recede having
glimpsed the Absolute Truth... The ME may appear to be dead
but has only receded temporarily and may reemerge with mind
that again begins to move and create looking to sustain this
Bliss and Truth... Glimpsing the Truth This is only the Starting point.
UNTIL a Nirvikalpa Sahaja Samadhi remains it is not Full
Realization... The Most UNFORTUNATE thing is that the
one that has had this temporary abidance may now enter
that time of Everything is Illusion - There is nothing to get --
Nowhere to go... NeoAdvaita speak will arise to fuel their
agenda of self talk that they are done... They may fool
others for a time... But time will tell... Yes all go through
this transient stage of All the world is an illusion... But this
gives way to it coming back into view as Reality and NOT Two -
Not Two... When this doesn't come back into view then
there is yet further to go --- more to be cut...
All one can do as a Guru is to give the Truth of the situation
to that Sadhaka... They choose to either stay or to follow
that blissfulness that is held with effort... The Bliss of
Full Realization is a subtle thing --- Unwavering Stillness
that the world rises within and dances for... Just as
Shakti danced for Shiva... The world dances before
Realization but there is no confusion that remains....
The worst thing to see is when spiritual pride and that
spiritual ego rises up and supplants Guru and the
Wisdom that is attempting to be imparted... There
is a lesson in this --- don't stop half way... Don't
come to the point of glimpsing Reality and then turn
a blind eye and ear to Guru's promptings which are
only to be given for the benefit of your path... Don't
chase after unauthorized material and wind up in a
confusion for as long as there is yet a moving mind
in play --- there is yet ego that is filtering and
skewing truth into what it is most inclined to hear
and then disregarding that which needs to be heard...