“Guruji, I would like to hear some stories of your childhood.”
“I will tell you a few-each one with a moral!” Sri Yukteswar’s eyes
twinkled with his warning. “My mother once tried to frighten me with
an appalling story of a ghost in a dark chamber. I went there
immediately, and expressed my disappointment at having missed
the ghost. Mother never told me another horror-tale.
Moral: Look fear in the face and it will cease to trouble you. – Autobiography of a Yogi.
Continuing from Part 1, I thought more about this and putting here my understanding before I forget. This blog is helping me put my thoughts so that I can
1. See my thoughts in various timelines.
2. Refer to what my thought process/spiritual progress was at a given point of time.
3. If I had some wrong notion about something, I can come back to it later and see it for myself what it was.
So let me continue.
I was brooding on this topic with more fervour today as this question hits us on more than one occasion in our life. First of all just for the record what, why, how this question came up.