Here, Upanishads declare right and wrong, good and bad, reveal the sacred truths about right, wrong, good, bad, to the universe.
Saying “YES” to life is always right and brings all good things. Saying “NO” to life is always wrong, brings all negative things.
All your questions –
‘Why somebody who is so good is suffering?’
‘Why somebody who is so bad is enjoying?’
– all your questions are answered just by this one sacred truth. Now, your questions have thousands of answers in it. When you say, ‘Why such a good man is suffering?’, you already come to the conclusion that he is a good man. Now question that answer with this truth. You may say he is a good person. You have come to the conclusion. You already have the answer he is a good person and why is he suffering. Use this sacred truth and question that answer: Has he said, or saying, “YES” to life? Wherever he is suffering, is he saying “YES” to life? Understand, same way if you say, ‘Why is this bad person enjoying?’, look in. Question your conclusion that he is a bad person. Is he saying “NO” to life?’
Please understand, Dharma is revealing itself. So, internalize, catch it and internalize it. Listen! Question all your standards of morals. Question all your concepts of right. Question all your concepts of wrong. If somebody strongly believes sensual pleasures are life and that is the way he expands, he is saying “YES” to those pleasures, he is saying “YES” to life, understand?
I am almost on the edge of getting misunderstood! But I am taking the risk to reveal the Cosmic truth as it is. Wait! Don’t come to conclusion. Listen! Listen a little more!
But, when life or your own inner self teaches you, when your aspirations get matured, ‘May be, it is not all about sense pleasures. I think good name and fame is the real life.’, when your aspirations get matured, have the strength and powerfulness to move towards it leaving the sensory pleasures as a second priority. So, retain powerfulness when you say “YES” to senses, or “YES” to name and fame, “YES” to mental pleasures – name and fame is the mental pleasure, psychological pleasure – or when your aspirations get matured and life raises you to experience the conscious pleasures. Understand, initiation, bliss, all these are conscious pleasures. What you experience during the Kundalini awakening, or during Completion, when you feel complete, Kundalini awakening time, during the initiation, during the Energy Darshan, without any support from senses or mind, those pleasures are pleasures of consciousness. Pleasures of senses, pleasures of mind, pleasures of consciousness! Saying “YES” even to your pleasures of senses as long as you feel they are your life, is saying “YES” to life.
And, the next statement I am going to make is important: As long as you perceive and believe sensory pleasures are your priority and they expand you and they bring you tremendous joy, fulfilment, contentment, pleasure, saying “NO” to sensory pleasures is saying “NO” to life! It is self-denial, “killing the Athma”, “Athmahana”. Spend a lot of intelligence, energy, time in introspection, intranalyzing, internalizing, and take decisions in life.
Ability to retain your powerfulness to say “YES” to the maturity of your aspirations is “Vairaagya”.
Ability to retain your powerfulness and say “YES” to the maturity of your aspirations is “Vairaagya”. Whenever your aspirations are matured – they may mature from the pleasures of senses to pleasures of mind, and pleasures of mind to pleasures of consciousness, and to the bliss of consciousness itself, “Thanmayananda”, “the bliss in the very existence of you”, Advaitha Anubhava, Advaithic happening – saying “YES” to the maturity of your aspirations, when your aspirations are getting matured, when you say “YES” to them, you also get matured. When you are not able to say “YES”, to your matured aspirations, you may be getting aged, not matured.
The next statement I am making. Listen!
Whenever your aspirations are matured, but due to powerlessness and inability to say “YES” to the matured aspirations, if you continue to say “YES” to your lower aspirations, and denying, saying “NO” to the matured aspirations, is again “Athmahana”.
Now, if you feel – ‘There is a certain level of confusion, conflict, contradiction in me. Till I grasp and come to certain clarity what should I do? To what should I say “Yes” or “No”?’ – for this question, the Upanishads, the answer for these questions, we introduce God and Kaamika Aagama! Now comes the personal form appearance, not before. Till now, the context is set. Only now the hero entering! Understand, in Vedic Tradition, context is higher than hero! Context is higher than hero! You always think hero is higher than everything, because, you are in the form, anything presented in the form impacts you, impresses you. That is why context assumes human form, is God. Context assuming human form is “God”. If he is still moving the hands and legs and doing actions as you do, he is “Guru”. The context assuming the form as per your perception is “God”. Context assuming the form to be perceived by you is “Guru”. Context assuming the form of perception by you, context assuming the forms as per your perceptions is “God”. Context assuming the form for your perceiving, happening, is “Guru”.
Listen! Whenever you have a doubt, question, conflict, controversy, incompletion, unable to internalize these sacred truths and take a decision in the immediacy of your life, all you need is Kaamika Aagama where the whole truths of Upanishads is transmitted into a user-friendly, day-to-day manual. User-friendly, day-to-day manual!
I am clearly defining the Vision of Nithyananda Sangha:
Upanishads are the ultimate superior authoritative scriptures for our Sangha. The 108 Upanishads described, named in Mukthikopanishad. Please understand, among the Upanishads there are some confusions, controversies – “Which should be accepted as Upanishads?”, and “Which should not be?” So, I am clearing it.
108 Upanishads named in Mukthikopanishad by Shri Ramachandra Prabhu to Hanuman, that 108 Upanishads form the most authoritative, ultimate, superior, supreme scriptures for our Sangha.
And, Kaamika Aagama is the authoritative book for our lifestyle, day-to-day lifestyle.
And, Manu Smrithi forms the book based on which we will be doing administration of our Sangha and living our life.
So, anywhere if Manu Smrithi is attacked, we will stand up to defend Manu Smrithi. Anybody attacking Upanishads or Aagamaas or Manu Smrithi, they are attacking us directly. We will stand and defend.
And I also wanted to mention one more important truth. In the Kaamika Aagama as revealed by Mahadeva, nowhere Mahadeva says these Aagamas should be practised and taught only by a particular community people. No! He says very clearly – “Shiva Vipraihi”. “Shiva Viprah” means, “followers of Shiva”. So, understand, the authority to read, practice, preach, share Aagamaas belongs to anybody who decides to follow Shiva. That’s all! The word “Shiva Viprah” cannot be translated as “particular community”. See, Aamnaaya Peetha, Adi Shankara very clearly declares, ‘The person who occupies this Peetha should be “Yoni Brahmana”.’; means, born in Brahamana Yoni, born to a Brahmin mother. Oh, he does not say “Brahmin father”. Anyway, let us not get into controversy. He says, ‘born to Brahmin mother’. He makes it very clear, ‘Who is a born Brahmin, he only has to sit in that seat.’ He does not say “practising Brahmin”. Here, if Mahadeva wants to restrict this knowledge of Aagama to certain community which comes by birth, he would have described it very clearly, because, he goes to the extent of describing the measurement of your tooth stick! When he is in the mood of giving such elaborate, clear description, not just the kind of stick you should use for brushing, but the length and even thickness, thickness he describes, when he goes to that extent, he not saying ‘this belongs to certain community by birth, the right or authority goes by birth’, he does not say, he does not say anywhere. He says very clearly – “Shiva Viprah”, “followers of Shiva”. So, anybody who decides to practice devotion to Shiva, who decides to follow Shiva, you have the right and authority to follow, read, practice, preach Shaiva Aagamaas. So, please understand, please understand, by revealing this to all of you and requesting all of you to align your life, I am not doing anything against the instruction or will of Mahadeva. I am only doing exactly as per his instruction. So, I am very clearly telling you, all of you have “adhikara”, right to read, practice, live, preach Shaiva Aagamaas.