All Enlightened Masters put significant importance to Choicelessness Awareness. Introvert and extrovert are the two extremes. Eastern men propagates the theory of inner peace and he is always seen in Meditation searching for his inner being. All Mystics and poets are of this introvert category. On the other side western man is extrovert looking for growth, accumulating wealth, busy building relations. Politicians, businessmen fall in this extrovert category. Extremes results in energy imbalances. While the men in east stays poor in life and lacks amenities all through his life, when you ask the extrovert men, when he is deeply intrigued as to what he lacks in life, His answer will be – Aloneness; something which cannot be explained. He misses his Beingness. A Master was sitting in his ashram and a man came. The master told the man about a particular person residing in the village & that he plays a very good flute. The next very moment another person came to meet the master and than the master said about the same person that he is a thief. The person sitting with the master was astonished with the reply of the Master. He said that at one instance you say that person plays beautiful flute and u also say that he is a thief. The master explained why he said him so, To create balance. He is neither a good flute player nor a theif. He is himself. He further explained there is nothing good, nothing bad. Don’t be atheist and don’t be theist. Don’t be worldly and don’t call yourself spiritual. Don’t renounce the world and don’t involve yourself in the world. Not to choose is the key. Just be a mirror. As the mirror mirrors the object without any choice in the similar way, when you choose you fall into the trap. And that trap creates miseries. Man is something which is to be transcended. God is Beingness. Animal is also a being but man is a bridge whose one end leads to the material world and the other leads to God. Only an Inner transformation through the practice of Awareness can create a finer balance between the two. Buddha calls this as The Middle Path. If you are exactly in the middle you transcend the world and the Lotus blooms.