Page 212 - Meditation – Pujya SriRamchandraji Maharaj
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"The keeping of a diary is helpful not merely for the purpose of noting our spiritual experiences but also of our wrong doings, doings done on our own initiative and without feeling of God's and Master's presence and direction". It is necessary to review these and note them so that the mere entry of it in our diary will automatically draw the attention of the Master and speed up the process of rectification and purification. Repentance is for the loss of practice of 'Nothingness' and of 'presence of Master'. 'Confession' in religion has this same purpose but being made into a technique it is likely to lead to abuses. Confession, in private or in public, has no basic value unless one follows the same to rectification or seek God's power and help to lead him to that stage when he will not ever go wrong: this is perfection". When all this is followed correctly with an yielding attitude to the Master then the statement of the Master, "By prayer, we come nearer to our goal because we come in contact with the Being" can be practised in right earnest. The prayer being
O! Master

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