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Six Ponderments; #2

Hari OM
Each 'Choose-day' we will investigate the process by which we can reassess our activity and interaction with the world of plurality.

For the first in this series and to see the full list, click here.

Taking up point #2, God says, “First you apply…. then I’ll reply.” This follows on directly from where we left off last week. That post finished by pointing out that one must address one's saadhana with a full focus and purely for the merit it brings from its completion with a view to rising ever towards Self-Knowledge.

That is you 'first applying'.

If we have applied ourselves sufficiently well, there will be reward by return. The 'reply' is something we will only recognise if we have properly applied. It takes awareness and alertness to know the 'voice of the Lord', to feel the guiding hand within us, upon our spiritual shoulder. Be assured, though, by making the choices which further your spiritual stance, will bring joyful happenstance. Knowing it for what it is will be part of the saadhana also.

Every thought, every action, can make or break this connection. The choice of attention to the matter is yours.

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