The goal of meditation is to become a vector for pure consciousness. At that point the individual will feel like they don't exist. They will go through a whole week seldom being conscious of the small self. They will still carry out tasks and chores for their individual existence but they will not feel attached to them. A little shock may come if someone demands a focus on their localized awareness but of course even that is carried out with little or no attachment.

On 11/09/2016 11:39 AM, [FairfieldLife] wrote:

The principle of TM is non-control.

Ignorance is the individual mind deluded in thinking it can control beyond its limitations.

Wholeness is the sum of individual impulses, the flow of Nature.

The flow of Nature is not an individual responsibility, not of any one of them by themselves.

The individual in harmony with Nature flows with Nature, not resisting, it stands aside.

This is what surrender is.

End of Sermon.

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