Meditation of the heart

Complete identification of the Master with the spiritual ideal is responsible for removing such barriers as might exist between the aspirant and the Master.

This gives rise to the release of unrestrained love for the Master and leads to the meditation of the heart, which consists in constant thinking about the Master with an uninterrupted flow of limitless love.

Such love annihilates the illusion of separateness, which seems to divide the aspirant from the Master; and it has in it a spontaneity that is virtually without parallel in other forms of meditation.

In its final stages, meditation of the heart is accompanied by unbounded joy and utter forgetfulness of self.

-Discourses 7th Ed. p232


β€œAn aspirant who admires one who is spiritually perfect and constantly thinks about him has a tendency to become spiritually perfect.”

(Discourses 7th Ed., p230)

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