God exists in no form and how can I describe about him? Father, forgive me for if do any mistake. I know you’ll forgive me like a son does to his father. It is perfectly that he is inside us every instant of our lives. Our usual ignorance of the reality of God’s presence is well illustrated by an effective little example from a metaphysical teacher who wrote:
“Try, if you will, to imagine the most beautiful and perfect tiny baby you have ever seen — only a few days before birth, still in womb.
“Imagine that you can communicate with this little one and you ask the question ‘What is your world like? Listen carefully and you hear, ‘My world is a wonderful world. Here I snug, cosy and warm. I’m surrounded with love and every need is provided for, even before the need exists. I hope I can stay here forever.’
“Now you ask another question: ‘Where is your mother? What does she look like?’
You can almost imagine the little facial expression changing to one of quandary.
“Listen again and you hear, ‘My mother? I don’t know what you are talking about! What is a mother? Do I have one?’
“You smile to yourself as you realize this until long after she’s born and she learns of the parent — child relationship. And yet she will never be closer to her mother than she is right now, since she lives, moves and has her being within her own mother.“
In the same way we live, move, and have our being completely within him, and yet blindly and persistently think and act as if he were miles away from us, while we are actually constantly nourished and protected right within the womb of his indescribable love!
We always have the power to choose our thoughts, and we can choose love instead of fear. If we can cultivate enough love, we will discover a sense of total security as we come to know and experience the fact that every problem is divinely outmatched by Master’s eternal, radiant presence inside. But we can’t love if we don’t live in the present moment. That has been well said in this way: The past is history, the future’s a mystery. Today is a gift — that’s why it’s called ‘the present’.
He saves us from the clutches of the negative power, he detaches us from the attachments of the sense pleasures, he saves us from the cycle of birth and death, of moving about from one species to another — and he gives us eternal life. No man in this world can do that.
If we have keen desire to realise God, the true Master comes to help us. As Hazur used to say, “How can a blind man can catch one that can see; it is the Master who finds us.” The Master initiates us into Nam and explains the method of meditation which leads us to our union with God.
God reponds to the cries of the suffering souls, and comes to this world in the form of saints to remind us that the very purpose of human life is God-realisation.
Trust me there is a God and have faith in him and act today. In comming days I’ll try to write about how to act today and know about the presence of the great Lord.