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Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. Divinity should be ...
11 September 2017
Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. Divinity should be experienced to understand. Same as temperature, experienced by everyone, is not the same throughout. So is divinity. I have no particular interest in autobiographies and would have found that sri 'M's too is a stereotype of many such. But as a traveller on the path of spirituality i understood that an autobiography is not just a person's experience for the curious but deep inside it contains messages which even the author might not have considered significant as humans have different levels of perception as directed by god. To be precise i was reading Paramahamsa Yogananda's, ' Autobiography of a yogi' and had trouble understanding his perspectives when i had this immense urge to buy sri M's book. I read the 329 page book in as little time a possible then continued with Yogananda's and found that it became more lucid than earlier. This was because the message that was being conveyed to me became more channelized in line with my level of perception. The book is expressed in lucid common man's parlance and cognition so that a spiritual traveller can identify with sri M's experience of the divine omnipotent.