All of you are going to be that lotus which looks hidden, which is absolutely invisible within you, which is going to open out, and the fragrance of your divinity is going to spread.
Now today I cannot cover all the centers, because if I start covering all the centers it will be a very lengthy thing. I have covered three centers as you have seen: the Mooladhara Chakra, the Swadisthana and the Nabhi Chakra, and others I’ll cover later on tomorrow. But I must talk about the Spirit, about which we are talking for ages now that we have to become the Spirit. Now English language, as you know, “spirit” can be anything. It’s a very ambiguous word: even to alcohols we call it spirits, even to the dead souls we call them spirits, and even to the Spirit that is we are, the pure being which is called as “atma” in Sanskrit language, we call the word “spirit.” Here I am saying, talking about that Spirit which is the pure being within you, which is a detached being within you, which is the witness within you, which sees you all the time, which watches you, which resides within you as joy and happiness in the heart. It resides in the heart. This Spirit is not in our conscious mind, is not in our central nervous system, is not under our control. To give it an analogy, I say that the left side within us is like the brake and the right side is like an accelerator in a car. Now in the car we are learning driving, sitting in the front seat, and there is the master watching at the back and seeing the whole play.
Now what you do is to go to the left – means sometimes you put the brake, sometimes you put the accelerator, make mistakes, and then you learn how to drive. That learning how to drive is the wisdom part of it, which comes to us through balancing our lives. Balance is the most important thing to begin with. But even if you don’t have balance – I have seen in Sahaja Yoga very imbalanced people get into the balance.
Now this balancing left and right, or say, of the brake and the accelerator, gives you a position where you can say now you have mastered the driving. But still there is the master sitting at the back. Then you become the master. The master is the Spirit within you.
You become the Spirit, and you start watching yourself as a driver. The whole thing becomes like a play, like a drama; that you separate yourself and start seeing everything happening before your eyes, everything happening just like a drama outside you, and you are not the part and parcel of it.
So you enter into the area of your axis, and the periphery loses its impact on you. You become a person who is silent, blissful, quiet, and sees the periphery, the movement of the periphery, but you are not in it. That’s how you become the master.