In Oneness, the handling of your worldly problems and your commitments is the Path. Meditation and other activities only play a secondary role. Your financial and family problems, your health issues and other problems are the real challenge. If you properly respond to these challenges, then you'll keep growing spiritually. Responding to your problems is your path. You should not separate the worldly from the Spiritual. There is, in fact, no separation. They are one and the same.
Oneness is not a path, but you must find your path. The ultimate goal of Oneness is total Freedom. If you follow a teacher or a particular path, then that very teacher and that very path binds you and prevents you from becoming totally free. It is only when all paths drop off that you'll discover your real path. If there are 7 billion people on the planet, then there are 7 billion unique paths to freedom, and you have to discover your own path. Oneness helps you to discover your path. If you make Oneness into a path, it will automatically drop off after some time. At that point of time, you get your total Freedom.
~ Sri Bhagavan
Founder of Oneness University
Excerpts from Skype Darshans, 2014
Thanks to Kelley Mc for submitting:)
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