kaivalyam, moksha, all great experiences, are not to be proclaimed. People will
recognize them just by your joy, by your playfulness, by your presence.
Here I would like to say something, which I have been keeping a secret my whole life.
I had always wanted not to be a Master to anybody.... To be a master is a very strange job.
You have to convince people about the heart by argument and reason, rationality, philosophy; you have to use the mind as a servant for the heart.
The master's work is to take your mind away from you,
so that your whole energy moves into your heart.
Do you see the point?
The word "master" creates the idea of the disciple, the follower.
How can there be a master without a disciple, a follower?
But in the spiritual sense of the word "master" means mastery of oneself.
It has no relationship with any following; it does not depend on the crowd.
A master can be just alone.
The new man I have been talking about will be a master of his own self.
the False to the Truth Chapter 7