As I said earlier, Swami Ananda has attained a higher level of consciousness. And I’m not saying it on the basis of what he said. Any fool can talk wise – therefore, beware of wise sayings. But, no matter how wise you may be sounding, you cannot hide what you really are. That Swami Ananda has attained a higher level of consciousness is evident not in what he speaks, but in how he speaks, and in how he does things.
Still, everyone speaks from their own unique position. Even a Buddha speaks from his own limited point of view – and he cannot do so otherwise. So, Swami Aananda also speaks from his own limited perspective. I consider it my opportunity that Swamiji allowed me to observe him. And he also allowed me to write my impressions. And I’m really influenced by what he tried to convey to me through his being. Still, i’d say Swamiji doesn’t understand my perspective.
I’m saying ‘Aham Bramha’ to assert myself, but not to reject others. In fact, I’m one of the very few people in the history of mankind who accepts everyone unconditionally as they are. I don’t say anything to impress, to create a following, or to seek any sort of recognition. I’ve a very clear conscience. And I do and say whatever my Bramha or conscience dictates. That’s why Aham Bramha. And for me, there’s no difference between ‘Aham’ and ‘Sarvamidam’.
I’ve only one message to the mankind: do whatever makes you happy – whatever makes you happy is good, right and holy. Everything else is false. Coz I believe that only when you’re happy, you can do anything ‘good’ even from worldly point of view. In fact, when you’re happy and enjoying life, other people enjoy their life simply by observing you.