Monday, February 27, 2006

Q) But surely religion is the same. Each and every religious person is searching for his own private nirvana, his or her own self-realization. This is an equally self-centered search.

A) What does nirvana mean?

Q) Self-realization?

A) You see,

nirvana is not a piece of cake that he wants to get. It is not wealth that he to put in a bank. He is trying to expand his consciousness. He wants to embrace the whole universe. Not with his hands. Not with power. Not with money. But with understanding. It's a new dimension of consciousness he is attempting.

Swami Chinmayananda
being interviewed by Pritish Nandy

2 comments:

Blogagaard said...

And all this time, I thought Nirvana was a band.

neha said...

nevermind David, hope you are realised now.