“If somebody takes your legs and catches you and your is head down, then it is not very comfortable. This whole material world is like that. It is uncomfortable. It is perverted reflection. On the bank of a pond, a tree is standing, but the reflection in the water, of the tree, is not real. Real tree is up. Similarly, real enjoyment, real varieties-everything is in the spiritual world.” — Calcutta, February 26, 1974