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 Before concluding, I would like to say something about the thoughts coming during the meditation for which I receive complaints from many associates from practically all over the country as also from abroad. Thoughts during meditation are just like the children playing on the road. When your attention is not towards thoughts, they are wholly ineffective and are of no value. Actually thoughts do not disturb you, but you yourself feel disturbed. I have very often said that the best way to get rid of them is to be unmindful towards them and treat them as you treat uninvited guests. They rise for the sake of fall. They are leaving their field waiting for the Divinity to come in. When the force of meditation tears off the veil of the heat, these thoughts are attracted because of a little bit of vacuum which is there. When thoughts arise, you feel disturbed, so the thoughts do not meddle with you, rather you meddle with them.
Some people talk of love while others complain of fear. To them, I have to say that fear and love both have the same centre. If we drag ourselves towards the world, things of fear begin to display their character and when we are towards the Divinity, Divinity plays in Divinity itself. So, both the things are remarkable because they belong to the

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