Musings of a Mystic #46


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Kri Álilā tákn (Caitya ) is a way of truth that can be defined as ultimate love. Love that cannot be understood by the materially inclined people, for they never could gauge the depth of True Love between Guru and Shishya. The world looks for reasoning and arguments. Logic is good for reasoning and arguments, but the moment you apply in your own living you would fail miserably. Everything cannot have a answer, all those things which is presumed as answers are actually questions for you to think, but in logical terms you get satisfaction from the questions themselves, for every single answer is a extended form of question which a better and more logical and rationale person than you may ask. So are you believing that the answer given by me is not a question or is a question which has a definite answer

Can one truly rationalise and break down love, when you are in love you are there, you neither fall in love nor rise in love but you become love. This is the relationship between Guru and Shishya.

But this also happens in other relationships also, mother and child, father and child, brother and sister, among friends and between lovers. So what is the difference?

In other relationship the deeper the intimacy, the more hurting it becomes or is completely severed off if even one of the parties in relationship does not confirm to the expectations and desires of the other. Why?

The reason for the breach happens due to damage to the Ego and the parties separate. In all scenario each one tries to justify the whole event in such a manner that it gels with the attitude and helps maintain the ego. Once we have understood the nature of intimacy and bonding one should know about Guru and Shishya.

When one meets the Guru he seeks, it is actually a meeting with our own shishya within us. For the first time in our life we realise a relationship that does not boost the ego, maintain attitude, or hold what we believe as true.

All the planning and expectations are just shattered in a moment, it breaks you for the ego gets damaged and in due course it is completely destroyed, thus the image in the society is also lost. For a modern person, it is not easy to understand this relationship for the relationship begins with massive destruction and then only creation will happen and not every person is ready for it.

The relationship between Guru and Shishya is a divine personal experience for it does not confirm to the route masses take or follow but it is a journey of knowing the truth within and slowly the Guru merges this experiences with the awareness of the cosmos itself.

Legends and myths about Guru and Shishya relationship has been there but only skeletal areas are shared the beauty of the journey no myths or legends have shared. Thus, a true Guru and a true disciple were never liked by the society and shallow desire seekers for the depth was not there and all the paths that they followed never confirmed to the images they were holding on so preciously.

The Guru is a threat to our ego, pride and arrogance, Shishya is a threat for He is the torchbearer of the new wave that makes it own way. Both the people are like acid yet they remain illuminated in their own consciousness. Becoming a Shishya is like becoming a mother, mothers share, give love without any desire or hope, they are ready for any level of sacrifice for the child. They give time, attention and all their possession for the child yet nothing tangible they get in return. This love is called Vairagya and only when the full attention and awareness is there one can know the child within. This child only can make you realise the shishya within you and only then can you have a Guru. It is a path of wilfully renouncing everything for love and attainment. A shishya cannot have anything when being with Guru, if the Guru is second priority then be sure that the path is not for you, you may lead a happy life with all the trauma that the world can provide

 

~ Maitreya Rudrabhayananda

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