When I am fully engaged in what I am doing I feel oneness within me and without me. The line of separationfades away and I feel oneness between the inner and the outer world. The difference between doing and being, having and being slips away. This happens when my mind is calm, clear, and pure. I feel oneness within and without, between the outer and the inner world. It is a non-dualistic experience.
Six of the members of our family were on a pilgrimage to Amarnath, a five thousandshigh peak on the Himalayas.The sun was setting. The sky was clear. There was deep silence. All of us felt the oneness between the outer world and the inner world. It was an unforgettable experience. In deep meditative state I experience such oneness between the inner world and the outer world. I just become a swinging door as ShunryuSuzuki puts it.
To be true to oneself, to be truly oneself, requires consistent trainingof my mind. When my mind gets divided between the inner world and the outer world, I become aware of the truth of oneness of the soul. We all are one
The dualistic mind becomes non-dualistic. The individual self becomes the universal self. When I do selfless service I feel the fullness of living. To me life is a spiritual journey and I need to remain awake if and when I deviate from my spiritual path.
Jagdish P Dave'