1) Existence (or Being) is itself Space. Now, I am sitting here. This is Space.
2) I suffer from Duality viz., Yes and No, good and evil, right and wrong, etc.
3) Not teaching anything is my Teaching.
4) Maya is that which we can neither understand nor perceive.
5) Bhakti (Devotion) is like childhood; Yoga is like youth; JNANA is like old age.
6) Effort is perceptible (through the effect) but the impulse is incomprehensible.
- When the Infinite, Eternal Reality is manifested in a finite form, it suffers from duality or Dwandwa. The saying implies that the consciousness that experiences the dualities is the Reality with which Mother identifies herself.