“When we fall into the moment, we fall into eternity and that eternity is a combination of past, present and future.

There is no distinction.

In this state we become the witness of all time and space-related happenings. We become the witnessing consciousness. We become the knower and we witness the field of ksetra with complete detachment.

We realize that everything in the outer world is a drama or a dream, and anything that we attempt to do in our lives is housekeeping in this dream.

Knowledge about the material world is necessary to help us step back from the dream and realize that we are unnecessarily attached and entangled in the field of ksetra.

All transformations in the field are related to time and space, which are in turn related to our mind. All transformations are the play of prakrti or the field. Mind is a part of prakrti (matter).

The moment we put our attention on it, the mind ceases. The moment we have decided to put our attention on it, we have become the watcher. It then depends on how long we can remain the watcher without becoming entangled in what is being watched.

The more we practice this, the longer we experience being the watcher.

We realize that we are purusa, (the Universal Cosmic Principle)”

                         ~ Sri Bhagwan Nithyananda Paramashivam
                                         Bhagavad Gita demystified