The end and aim of all spiritual Sadhanas is to merge your individuality in the great universal Reality beyond name, form and movement. After gaining this realization of the inmost truth of your being, come out of it with a transformed vision that beholds every being, creature and thing in the visible manifestation, as the images of that great Truth. This is the height of realization which you have to reach.
We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience. Our Sadhana should enable us to experience that awareness. Inward journey plays the most essential role in spiritual pursuit. Various spiritual practices are different paths for going inward.
The Sadhana as prescribed by our Masters is: Nama (repetition of the Name of God), Dhyana (meditation on the attributes of God) and Seva (surrender of all our actions to the Lord). Pujya Mataji says, “Saints compare the Name to the canoe that takes one across the turbulent waters. Dhyana is the helmsman – the power that takes you across – and Seva is the rudder. Any one of these, by itself, cannot propel your boat to the shore, i.e. to the Eternal. All these three have to go together.”