The Master and His Role – The Master is the Way

IN THINKING day and night of the Master, the disciple nearly achieves the ultimate objective which is the aim of the diverse practices of meditation and concentration. By putting the work of the Master above his own personal needs, he achieves the aim through complete renunciation.
In sincere surrender to the Master, the disciple comes very near to the stopping of the mind, which is the goal of most yogic processes. In obeying the Master at any cost and serving him selflessly, he nearly arrives at the culmination of the Path of understanding and action. And in loving the Master above everything else, be becomes one with the Master as Truth and thus attains Godhood—the goal of all search and endeavor—through his grace.

-Life At Its Best, p21

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