The inner movement is of dissolution, not accumulation

The inner movement is not a movement of accumulation; it is an event of dissolution. You understand the futility of your ways and you understand that your ways will continue to be the same till you are the same.

You understand that even if you try a thousand other ways, you are the one who would be travelling and hence no way would lead you anywhere. The traveler is the…

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