How can a person become a better meditator?

Patience is power. Patience is not an absence of action; rather it is “timing” it waits on the right time to act, for the right principles and in the right way.


“You become whatever you think about deeply. Think only about peace, love and happiness. Feel those values as part of your life and you will become them”


There are different colors associated with our feelings and emotions: anger with red, jealousy with green, vibrancy and happiness with yellow, love with pink, vastness with blue, peace with white, sacrifice with saffron, and knowledge with violet. Each person is a fountain of colors which keep changing.


Q: What is unconditional love and how can we love a person unconditionally, and when can we do that?

Guruji: When you don’t want anything in return, that is called unconditional love, not even a thanks or a sense of gratitude or gratefulness. A lot of times people help others but these little expectations are there and that is what bugs them and pulls them down. That is also a condition.

Unconditional love comes naturally as your consciousness blossoms. You can’t force it on yourself or cultivate it. I don’t know how to cultivate it. It’s simply a phenomenon. When your consciousness expands, rises, then, what comes out of it is unconditional love. You say, I’m here for you and I want nothing from you. This comes to you and it has come to you with some people but with many others, you have some expectations.


Q: How can a person become a better meditator?

Guruji: See, there is no better or worse meditator. Just be in the present moment and be happy. Instead of continuously thinking, ‘What can I get?’ Think about, ‘How can I contribute? How can I be useful for the society?’

There is a certain joy in getting. We often want that others should love and respect us and should always admire us. You should just drop all this and throw it out. Come out of this and think ‘What can I do to contribute?’ Then you will be happy and your meditation will also be deeper. Life becomes sweet and richer.

There is a joy in getting things. But joy also lies in giving. Have you seen your grandparents? Their joy lies in sharing more with their children and others around. A mother cooks so many different dishes for her children when they return home. Her joy is in feeding everyone. That is a more mature joy.

Somewhere in life we have to grow and evolve from the joy we get from grabbing and getting, to the joy of sharing and giving – which is that motherly joy, or grandmotherly joy. That is a more mature kind of joy.

Om Namah Shivay

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