One cannot define perfection. Perfection is an ongoing process, and if one defines perfection in any way then one has totally missed the point. If one considers that a miracle is making God do one's bidding, then that is wrong. When we pray, Oh God, please allow this to happen, and that thing happens, then we say, A miracle has taken place. I was able to convince God to do my bidding.
But I have come to an understanding that the real miracle takes place when one lives according to the will of God. This is what I have seen in the life of Paramahamsaji and in the sadhana which he is performing even today, as a sannyasin and as a disciple. The flowering of that sadhana within him has gone far beyond the state of samadhi. He has reintegrated himself with the world, with society, with people, from the dimension of the pure mind. I am convinced that this is how yoga sadhana must culminate in our life. Isolation, no. Integration, yes.
This integration is comprised of four aspects:
The development of these four qualities is the real sadhana, the real process of yoga.