Monday, June 20, 2016

[gita-talk] What is the hidden message in these words - Eyes cannot be seen with the Eyes.


Swamiji says :   As long as man sees something exceptional in themselves,  as compared to others,  till then he can be a 'sadhak'  (seeker, aspirant),  but he cannot be a 'siddha'  (a perfected one).  

What is hidden in this message ?   
It is Sadhak's understanding, that compared to one's self,  if they begin to see something special in others,   then he is 'perfected one' (siddha).   
Perfected one can  only he one that whatever he sees,  he sees something exceptional in it.  The Self can be known by the Self,   but the Self cannot be seen by the Self.  Only the other is seen.  

Swamiji has also said:   Eyes (the power to see) cannot be seen by the eyes.  What is the truth ?   

बातमें छिपी बात क्या है?
स्वामीजीने कहा है : जबतक मनुष्यको दूसरेकी अपेक्षा अपनेमें विशेषता दीखती है, तबतक वह साधक तो हो सकता है, पर सिद्ध नहीं हो सकता। 
इस बातमें छिपी बात क्या है? 
साधककी समझमें यह आयी है कि जब मनुष्यको स्वयंकी अपेक्षा दूसरोंमें विशेषता दीखने लगती है, वह सिद्ध होने लगता है। 
सिद्ध वही हो सकता है जिसको जो भी वह देखता है उसमें विशेषता दीखती है। 
स्वयंको स्वयंसे जाना तो जा सकता है किन्तु स्वयंको स्वयंसे देखा नहीं जा सकता। देखा तो दूसरेको ही जाता है। 
स्वामीजीने भी कहा है : आँख (देखनेकी शक्ति) को आँखसे नहीं देखा जा सकता। 
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