“If bliss never leaves, good; if bliss leaves in the next instant, no problem. All of that is secondary to the recognition of the grace that transcends all states, that’s before, after, and during all states.”
A true moment of grace, of fresh awe and innocence, is often followed by the desire for more. This seeking is born from the karmic drive to look outside and in the future for fulfillment and is the cause of much unnecessary suffering. Here, Gangaji invites us to not move in the midst of this karmic thrust and to discover the causeless joy that is always here.