Dennis Webber wrote:  poetry of Sultan Bahu 1628 — 1691, a Sufi Master of the Light and  Sound of God (Qadriya Order) who lived in northern India.   The following ecstatic poems, translated from Punjabi, sometimes  contain the word “HU,” pronounced “WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO,” a name of God  which symbolizes and even mimics to some extent, the Kalma or Word,  also known as the Sound Current – the Music of the Spheres. In most all of his poems, in the original language every other line ends with a HOO, for example:

akkheen surkh te mooheen zardee,
har wallon dil aaheen HOO
Muhaa muhaar khushboi waalaa,
pahuntaa vanj kadaaeen HOO
Ishq mushk na chhuppe raihnde,
zaahir theen uthaaeen HOO
Naam faqeer tinhaan daa Baahoo,
jin laamakaanee jaaeen HOO

The name “Bahu” means, “with God.”

Then, in an ecstasy of love,
you will repeat the Name of HU constantly,
devoting every breath of your life
in contemplation of Him.
Only when your soul merges
in the Essence of the Lord,
will you deserve the name ‘Bahu.’

HU is within, HU is without,
HU pervades everything;
where then is Bahu to find HU [God]?
He has wounded his own heart,
he has tortured his own soul
with austerities of all manner,
with worship of all kinds.
Having read millions of books,
he has also come to be called ‘wise.’
But the name ‘faqir’ befits only him, O Bahu,
whose very grave breathes life!

Mystics live in this world as HU personified;
they practice the Name that is the essence of God.
They live in HU
beyond religion,
beyond belief and unbelief,
beyond life and death.
If you explore the Path within yourself,
you will find God nearby, through the Royal Vein.
He now lives in me and I in Him, O Bahu:
not only distance from Him
but even nearness to Him
have become irrelevant!

HU is within, HU is without,
HU always reverberates in my heart.
The wound in my heart aches constantly
with the unabating pain of HU’s love.
The darkness of ignorance departs
from the heart lit by HU [God, Allah].
I sacrifice myself to the one, O Bahu,
who has realized the significance of HU.

Who am I? – Sri Ramana Maharshi

“… What is happiness?

Happiness is the very nature of the Self; happiness and the Self are not different. There is no happiness in any object of the world. We imagine through our ignorance that we derive happiness from objects.

When the mind goes out, it experiences misery. In truth, when its desires are fulfilled, it returns to its own place and enjoys the happiness that is the Self. Similarly, in the states of sleep,samadhi and fainting, and when the object desired is obtained or the object disliked is removed, the mind becomes inward-turned, and enjoys pure Self-Happiness. Thus the mind moves without rest alternately going out of the Self and returning to it.

Under the tree the shade is pleasant; out in the open the heat is scorching. A person who has been going about in the sun feels cool when he reaches the shade. Someone who keeps on going from the shade into the sun and then back into the shade is a fool. A wise man stays permanently in the shade.

Similarly, the mind of the one who knows the truth does not leave Brahman. The mind of the ignorant, on the contrary, revolves in the world, feeling miserable, and for a little time returns to Brahman to experience happiness. In fact, what is called the world is only thought.

When the world disappears, i.e. when there is no thought, the mind experiences happiness; and when the world appears, it goes through misery…”

Who am I? – Sri Ramana Maharshi – excerpt – What is happiness? § 24

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(Mooji is reading the Avadhuta Gita book).
I have no birth, no death, and no duties. I have never done anything either good or bad. I am purely Brahman the Absolute beyond all qualities. How could either the bondage or the liberation exists for me ? If God is all pervading, immovable, whole, without any parts, then there is no division in this God at all. How then, could he be regarded as within or even without ? The whole universe is shining as one, without any split or break, or separate parts…

Mooji