Stanislav: I am.
Interviewer: What brought you to seek the truth?
Stanislav: The nature of the mind.
Interviewer: How much time did it take for you?
Stanislav: This process is endless, without beginning or end.
Interviewer: How did change your life?
Stanislav: Life changes all the time, for life is a change, the contents of which are determined by the state of the mind’s perception in the moment now. As for my perception now, it’s full of love, awareness, harmony, acceptance of all as it is.
Interviewer: What are you sorry about?
Stanislav: Similar tendencies are recognized as the side effect created by the conditional mind, and they produce no experiences anymore.
Interviewer: What the challenges did you have on your way of self-realization?
Stanislav: All challenges are apparent and exist in the mind as long as you believe in them. Well, perhaps one can emphasize the main difficulty the seeker is confronted with – it is awareness what your focus should be focused on.
Interviewer: What your day today is filled with?
Stanislav: The presence.
Interviewer: How much time do you spend on your personal interests?
Stanislav: All happens optimally by itself without any partition into favorite and unfavorite.
Interviewer: What is life?
Stanislav: Life is a motion, a game, but anyone can understand it only by himself, when stops producing confined beliefs about him and life.
Interviewer: Why is life given to us?
Stanislav: What seems to you inadvertently as life is a game which happens in and by itself without any sense. What seems to you as your “I” – its imagined part, which cannot understand the game. Therefore the meaning of life will be only that, what your mind will give.
Interviewer: Can we have in life what we want?
Stanislav: If you’ll manage to understand what you want.
Interviewer: What is fate?
Stanislav: It’s an amount of individual efforts. Only to someone who on account of the unawareness of his wishes often gets an incomprehensible result, a fate seems something predetermined, dependent on outer causes.
Interviewer: Why is a man unhappy?
Stanislav: Because he can’t understand himself.
Interviewer: Have you a loved one?
Stanislav: There is no partition into loved and unloved in me. It’s impossible to be in the state of unconditioned love, caring about something separate. Understanding the concept of “loved one” already is carrying within itself the problem of appropriation and fear of its loss, thus it is not love, but only passion, bringing pleasure and pain. I separate nothing from myself, and therefore there isn’t anything for me, what could be appropriated and regarded as my own. When it comes to a connection with a woman, I have her which completes me at the energy level, which I accept fully as she is and realize the unity with her.
Interviewer: Does a man need somebody beside or he can live alone?
Stanislav: It depends on his beliefs about himself and life or the freedom from them.
Interviewer: What children are for?
Stanislav: It’s the highest expression of love, necessary for continuing the game, which is seen as life.
Interviewer: What can you advise a beginning seeker for a better life?
Stanislav: Existence is always perfect and doesn’t need to be enhanced. A wish to improve something creates rejection of the situation and brings suffering. Do not set false goals, do not stop, seek in the self-knowledge only that, what behind changeable seeming stays the same.
Author: Stanislav Milevich
Translator: Devi Ifadea