Did I have what Christians would call a new Revelation?
I was reading this quotation by Ron Krumpos in his new paperback of, ‘The Greatest Achievement In Life’:
“The (mystical) experience itself is felt to be sufficient and complete. It does not come in fragmentary or truncated form demanding completion by something else. It does not look beyond itself for meaning or validity.” Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, former President of India
It gave me a sudden, startling, serendipitous reminder of my mystical experiences, plunged me into that joyful state of knowing my true self in what I have come to know as Reality.
Reality engulfed me again; joyfully, humbly, irresistibly. I shook.
Later, I wondered if this was the answer to a persistent urge to know even more of the Reality of my experiences.
The ‘answer’ seemed to be that difficult to explain but impossible to ignore feeling to, Just be. Be just what Reality is creating.
I had been feeling for some time that, we are given what we are ready to absorb, as much as our capabilities can bear! No one is first, no one is last.
It also confirmed what a Sufi master once told his initiates, there really are no failures.
All Is Well.
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