Om shanti. I never really saw many movies or plays as a child, however in the movies of the world, very few people act and many people go to watch. The actors just get on with playing their roles. They don’t look at how others are acting. They always remain aware of their life behind the scenes. So, who are we? Should I keep looking at others, or should I play my own part? I have to play my part and also allow others to play theirs. I need to keep my consciousness very elevated, just as the stage that we act on is usually high.
When this stage of awareness is strong, then I become free from thinking about what I need to do. I just do. I need to remain stable and perform actions from that stage of stability. Actors don’t build a stage. The stage is built for them. So what do you want to do? Would you like to build your stage, play your part or watch others? When you realize “I am one of the main actors of the play,” then you see the Director is watching you. Then you ask yourself: “what have I done?” I maintain an elevated stage, keep my vision on the Director, and what is supposed to happen will happen