Ocean and the Wave:
Noise is the language of the mind and silence is the language of the Self. There is only one language that the Self recognizes; it is the language of silence and stillness.
The Self has no need to communicate, and no need to say anything, because it is forever separate from the processes of life.
You might think that your Self is attached to your body, but that attachment is purely imaginary. You will realize this when you reach deeper states of meditation. You will see that all your attachments were simply a part of your imaginary mind.
The Self is never involved in the concept of attachment: How can the ocean be attached to the wave? The ocean doesn’t need waves in order to exist, but the waves cannot exist without the ocean.
Likewise, your body and mind need your conscious Self, but the Self does not need any support from your body and mind. The Self is eternally independent, eternally awake, alive and blissful.
The Sanskrit word for the Self is “Satchidananda” meaning “Truth, Consciousness and Bliss.” The Self merely uses the mediums of body and mind as an expression of life. Your body and mind are nothing but paint brushes of existence, used by the Self to create its artistic masterpiece – Life.