I saw an interesting debate on “how can entrepreneurs follow processes while entrepreneurs are meant to be creative?” in one of the entrepreneur forums on google groups. Creative attitude is for some reason stereotyped by scatter and little planning. Though … Continue reading
Happiness follows sorrow, sorrow follows happiness, but when one no longer discriminates happiness and sorrow, a good deal and a bad deed, one is able to realize freedom. ~Buddha
A silence that can’t be expressed but can only be experienced.
Pralaya is a mythological concept referred to, in Hinduism. It represents the end of the world which otherwise is known as doom’s day or armageddon.
A revelation occurred to me which was an aftermath of a silent introspection. I asked myself for silence, for calmness. MySelf answered that I need to undergo Pralaya. I need to undergo an explosion, for which I should be ready and prepared enough. This explosion will be the end. Before experiencing such an end, I have to face an apocalypse fulfiling my daily responsibilities
Such end leads to inner stillness and then such stillness speaks. It speaks to me, it unveils everything I know. I am oblivion of knowing it. This whole cycle is like the phoenix. The phoenix burning itself and raising from ashes by itself.
The persistent movement within me dies and gives birth to itself once again. A little transition between movement and stillness is Pralaya. Pralaya is not the END!