tattvAvabOdhO bhagavAn sarvASA tRNa pAvakaH
prOktH samAdhi SabdEna na tu tUshNImavastithiH
--- 8th verse of 62nd sarga of upaSama prakaraNa of yOga vASishTha mahArAmAyaNa
This was said by suraghu (a tribal king, who continue to engage in actions) to his close friend parigha (who is a realized rAjarshi, taken up the sannyasa) visiting him.
Meaning: O bhagavAn! (any realized person is addressed as bhagavan) realization is verily the fire that burns all the desire blades of grass; having burned all of them the state is called samAdhi. samAdhi is not a temporary state that comes and goes!!
This post marks 111th lunar cycle after firmly establishing in such permanent samAdhi for me. It is impossible to get into the ignorant belief of thinking any temporary thing as permanent after realizing the true nature of self.
By the guru's unconditional grace, the wisdom shines forth beyond the daily experience of space and time. The body and mind ever engaged in the actions on their own nature never come to obstruct the supreme reality of self in which all is ever established.
Om tat sat