If we practice meditation, it means we are concentrating on improving ourselves and making ourselves more mature.
The mind can be kept non-violent and restrained so we don’t lose control and act in an immature way.
We can then be in a better position to help others if our own mind is under our control. As Babaji says, ‘If you can’t help others, at least don’t hinder them’.
Not to hinder others also is a great achievement – we may be hindering or bothering others without realizing it due to our habitual nature.
This habitual nature is what we can purify and overcome through the regular practice of meditation. A mature person always thinks of a larger cause – for the betterment of the other, the society and the world.
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