There is consciousness alone with quietness in the mind. This is exactly the state to be aimed at. The word ‘diving’ is only appropriate if one has to turn the mind within in order avoid being distracted by outgoing tendencies of the mind. But when deep quietness prevails without obstructing the consciousness, where is need to dive.—Maharishi Ramana.
Comments; This is real meditation or Samadhi, which state is our destination. We need practice if worldly thoughts are there . But if bliss or silence is there and one feels eternal peace without any disturbance then there is no need of practicing more.
Saint Ravidas gave some examples in Guruvani; blossoming comes for fruits, and when fruits comes then there is not blooming. We shake buttermilk for butter and when we got butter then there is no need to shake. So like this when our heart finds permanent silence, then there is no need to do practice.