Guru says, “Child, when the very purpose of one’s existence is to know, realize, perceive, understand and experience the Supreme Self and to become immersed and absorbed into the Supreme Self, the most appropriate and best method is to abide by the guidance and instructions of the Self or the self-luminous akshara.
The purpose of one’s existence is to follow the education and teachings and guidance rendered by the Self or self-luminous akshara to transcend the complex structure and composition of creation and creation dynamics and its differentials and the entire gamut of creation in its various forms and shapes that are self-luminous aksharas that have come into being.
His time should be well spent in thinking and pondering over transcendence and following the guidance and instructions, path and practice bestowed by the Self or self-luminous akshara. It is imperative that a created being must be ever aware and conscious of “intuition” as that is the most appropriate way and sure path for Self-realization, Self-Surrender and immersion and absorption into the Supreme Self.
When the created being is steadfast in following the guidance of the Self or self-luminous akshara which is bestowed through “intuition”, the Self or self-luminous akshara will help him transcend the various structures and compositions of creation and the universe, becoming more and more subtle and pierce through the indivisible nature of the Self or self-luminous akshara like an arrow piercing through the hardest barks of a row of trees to reach the inherent nature of the Self or self-luminous akshara that is the Supreme Self.
Every ritual, sadhana, anuṣṭhāna, practice, yāga, yagna, dāna, dharma, japa, dhyāna, jnāna, yoga, Vedopasana, Nadopasana, mantra sadhana, tapas and other methods will eventually help a created being to transcend the complex gamut of creation but it is the Brahmopadesham delivered by the Self or self-luminous akshara that will ultimately lead a created being to use the “body” to know, realize, understand, perceive, experience and transcend the unmanifest state of the self-luminous akshara to become immersed and absorbed into the Supreme Self.”