Friday, December 15, 2006

Using one's own inherent power

In man's struggle to achieve any desired end , there is no necessity for him to turn to external forces .He contains within himself vast resources of inherent power lying untapped or only partially used .Because he has scattered his faculties on a hundred different things , he fails to achieve anything substantial , despite inherent potentialities .If he intelligently regulates and applies them, concrete results are ensured .To use his existing forces rationally and effectively , he need not wait for the invention of new methods for guidance .Nature itself abounds in instructive lessons .

Swami Sivananda , Concentration and Meditation


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