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The Sadhaka whose infatuation and
attachment have been considerably reduced or calmed down is an
enlightened soul (Jnani). One whose infatuation and attachment are
completely annihilated, is a person of absolute knowledge
(Purna-Jnani) known as God the Supreme (Paramatma).
Real peace and tranquility either in
this life or in the life hereafter, will not be accomplished without
annihilation of the veil of ignorance and delusion.
One who is not at all influenced
by infatuation and attachment, one whose mind is well-established in
firm detachment, and one who is completely engrossed in the pursuit
of the self, is himself the temple, the God, and the savior.
During the process of annihilation of
infatuation, true divine bliss (Sahajananda) grows richer and
richer. The Sadhaka who seeks this bliss of the self should become
adventurous enough to destroy the army of infatuation with his great