This is a scriptural commentary of Lahiri Mahasaya on Sri Sri Chandi, also known as Sri Durgasaptasati.
In the dialogue, there is a point to answer. Where there are no words, there is no need to talk. The Lord who stays within the heart causes a person to express the Message which reveals accordingly.
There are many words of wisdom in this Scripture, but they have been condensed here to help the Kriyanwits increase their sincerity and devotion.
The Rig Veda states:
Whatever blissful feelings are generated by discussing and practicing Kriya are called Prema : Divine Love and Bhakti : Utmost sincerity and Devotion.
The spontaneous Revelation of the glories of the Goddess Durga is reflected in Her image, and the Yogis who witness this between the eyebrows transcend dualism (Dwaita) and monism (Adwaita) to establish themselves in Oneness with the ultimate Self. When the Yogi holds onto the state of the After-effect-poise of Kriya, then there is nothing to say.
Whatever is expressed in Speech which comes out from the Tranquil Breath is the form and energy of Durga Gayatri.
Everything is present in Her. Nama : Name and Rupa : Form are the same, for everything is Her name and Her form. The cause of Liberation (Mukti) and cause of man is Divine Mother.
In the Rig Veda, She is referred to in many ways such as Bhadrang, Bhagavating, Krisnang, Graha Nakshatra Malini, Sivang. Durgang, Twang, Samutpannang, Agnivarnang, Sutang, Soumyang, Idang, Sresthang and Jyotisang Jyotiruttamang.
Such is the form of the Goddess Durga, and it is everybody's duty to worship Her, that is, to practice Kriya sincerely.