The borderline between ‘I am’ (beingness) and ‘I am not’
(non-beingness) is the
location where the intellect subsides. It’s the ‘Maha-yoga’ state.
arrival at the ‘I am’ in its wordless and pure state is the first
thing to achieve.
after you have arrived here you have to dwell or stay here, this
will be possible only after
This is a very slippery place!
pull of the mind or intellect is very strong, it cannot bear the
‘I am’ very long.
once you stabilize there, the intellect, without disappearing,
does so, too.
is only after stabilizing in the ‘I am’ for a prolonged period
that a moment will come when,
spontaneously, you will also know ‘I am not’.
is the border zone and the precise location where the intellect
subsides and you are in a state
is called the ‘Maha-yoga’ or the ‘Great-yoga’, the union of
‘being’ and ‘non-being’ that is difficult
come by, hence ‘Great’.