Monday, 9 June 2014

Inner senses

Reading “Autobiography of a Yogi” (by Paramahansa Yogananda) has been changing me with every page my eyes take in as text, and every energy unit contained within this book.

Here is a quote from the book I’d like to share with you all in this moment:
“The blind man pierced the pearl; the fingerless put a thread through it; the neckless wore it; and the tongueless praised it.”

Explained by the author: “The omnipresent powers of a yogi, whereby he sees, tastes, smells, touches, and hears without the use of outward sensory organs…”


From the footnote p. 114 “Autobiography of a Yogi” (original quote from Taittiriya Aranyaka)


Paramahansa Yogananda
A Premavatar "Incarnation of Love"


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