Lesson 21 – the Brain

“A great saint, a mahatma, a yogi, a prophet or ajnani lives on this earth like any other human being. He thinks, enjoys and eats like others. The great difference between a yogi and an ordinary man is that he has awakened a dormant faculty in man called awareness. He has unfolded this faculty, whereas the ordinary man has not. He is always aware. He is called a drashta – a seer. He is the witnesser of events. Your aim on the path to realizing and awakening your dormant potential should be to gradually unfold this faculty of awareness within yourself. You should try to become a seer.”

Swami Satyananda Saraswati

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