The Language Of Silence

There’s a story I love about Gautama Buddha – instead of the sermon his disciples were anticipating,  he sat before them in radiant silence…and finally held out a flower, as his entire teaching for the day. The truth is that words fall on different ears in different ways and therefore the Sage prefers to teach in silence – although he or she is simultaneously sending out incredible transformative energy that we ordinary humans can only try to imagine…thank you for sharing this, Harsh Luthar.


Bhagavan Sri Ramana used to say that the highest spiritual teaching and transmission is only in silence.

True Silence comes when there is complete surrender to God without any reservation.

Then there is no room for anxiety, worry, or any other mental noise.

In this sublime silence filled to the brim with peace and contentment, the fullness of awareness spontaneously reveals ItSelf as the Universal Intelligence.

It is the Pure Infinite Being whose very nature is Bliss.


Editor’s note: The photo art is from Eden Kailash fb page.

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7 thoughts on “The Language Of Silence

  1. Namastha,

    Thanks for sharing such wonderful sharing, it touched the very core of the being. The re blog story lifted the veil.

    Namastha charan

  2. Pingback: The Language Of Silence — mira prabhu –

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