MEDITATION CANNOT BE A FRAGMENTED THING. IT SHOULD BE A CONTINUOUS EFFORT.
Every moment one has to be alert, aware and meditative. But the mind has played a trick.
You meditate in the morning and then you put it aside.
Or you pray in the temple and then forget it. Then you come back to the world, completely unmeditative, unconscious, as if walking in a hypnotic sleep. This fragmented effort won’t do much.
Consciousness is a continuum. It is like a river, flowing constantly.
If you are meditative the whole day, every moment of it – and only when you are meditative the whole day – the flowering will come to you.”
A Bird on the Wing, Talk # 11
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