JK Meditation - Page: 2
- Meditation is not the mere experiencing of something beyond everyday thought and feeling nor is it the pursuit of visions and delights.
An immature and squalid little mind can and does have visions of expanding consciousness, and experiences which it recognizes according to its own conditioning.
This immaturity may be greatly capable of making itself successful in this world and achieving fame and notoriety.
The gurus whom it follows are of the same quality and state.
Meditation does not belong to such as these.
It is not for the seeker, for the seeker finds what he wants, and the comfort he derives from it is the morality of his own fears.