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Sri Chinmoy speaks, part 9
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. Published on srichinmoylibrary.com with the permission of Sri Chinmoy. This is the 283rd book written by Sri Chinmoy after he came to the West in 1964.
Table of Contents
Sleep and aspiration
Cleanliness and purity
Fate and free will
Prison and prisoners
Imagination, inspiration, aspiration and realisation
Question: I had an experience last year. I don't know where I was, but I felt quite within myself and I turned into currents of water. The source of the water was coming from behind me, and I realised that if the source of the water had stopped, I wouldn't have existed. I wanted to look in back of me because it was all light but I was frightened to turn around, partly because I thought I would break the connection and then I wouldn't exist any more, and partly because I thought it was a bit too bright. Was this all just imagination or did it have any spiritual significance?
Question: What is the meaning of maya?
Question: What is
Question: What is the best way to bury the dead from the spiritual point of view?
Question: How can we increase our receptivity in our inner life?
Question: I am a student of a Chinese Master, and my Master suggests that when we sleep we should recline on our right side, with one leg straight, and the other one tucked up, with the hand like this. I suppose it is like the images of Buddha. Do you feel that this is appropriate for sleep?
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