Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

1 Sep
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The Guru knows the Ultimate and relentlessly propels the disciple towards it. The disciple is full of obstacles, which he himself must overcome. The Guru is not very much concerned with the superficialities of the disciple’s life. It is like gravitation. The fruit must fall – when no longer held back.

— Nisargadatta Maharaj, from the classic ‘I am That’, p 342

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