I was sitting and working on certain detoxification process. I was testing it on my own system. First, I want to tell you why Mahadeva insists on detoxification. Sadashiva in many Yoga literatures, Sadashiva has given beautiful Yogapada in Agama and some of the Yoga based literatures. See, complete works of Mahadeva only I consider as Agama. The word Agama sometimes is looked with narrow mindedness as only what is talking about the temples and rituals. No. Complete works of Mahadeva available to planet Earth in this age, I call that as Agama. Beautifully He talks elaborately about the detoxification of the system. Read More
I’ll recite 7th, 8th , 9th verses. Please recite along with me :
yatccakṣuṣā na paśyati yena cakṣūṁṣi paśyati
tadeva brahma tvaṁ viddhi nedaṁ yadidamupāsate || 7 ||
yatcchrotreṇa na śṛṇoti yena śrotramidaṁ śrutam
tadeva brahma tvaṁ viddhi nedaṁ yadidamupāsate || 8 ||
Ninth verse :
yatprāṇena na prāṇiti yena prāṇaḥ praṇīyate
tadeva brahma tvaṁ viddhi nedaṁ yadidamupāsate || 9 ||
Actually the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th – all the 5 verses are powerful repetition. Please understand……when a speaker, ahh Dharma….ummm…..I think Karma…..Karma is Karma…..Karma, karmunda, Karma. This is not powerful repetition. He’s just so powerless, he does not understand what he is going to talk. And he goes on repeating something. He’s not powerful repetition. Read More
The 3rd and 4th verse of the Kenopanishad:
na tatra cakṣurgacchati na vāg gacchati no manaḥ
na vidmo na vijānīmo yathaitadanuśiṣyāt || 3 ||
anyadeva tadviditādatho aviditādadhi
iti śuśruma pūrveṣāṁ ye nastad vyācacakṣire || 4 ||
Listen, the literal translation of the verse.
Where the eyes goes not, the speech goes not, nor the mind and intellect, we do not know, we do not understand, how that Reality, Consciousness can be taught, it is distinct from the known, as it is far beyond man’s finite objective nature, that is, what the mind eyes ears or speech, the senses can perceive and it is beyond the unknown as it can be known by man’s divine infinite subjective nature. Thus we have heard from the ancient masters who revealed and explained that to us.
Today, all I wanted to convey to all of you is, “celebrating Shaktinipada.” As I gave, this is the message for Sadashivaratri. This whole Sadashivaratri Ritu, till Guru Purnima, I’ll give you the Science of Shaktinipata. As I told you all last week, the neurology of reality and the only solution, to experience Sadāshivatva, in the neurology of the reality is the Shaktinipada. Listen. First I spoke about physiology of reality, then psychology of reality, now neurology of reality. Some of the essential things I wanted to convey about the neurology of the reality is – reality by its real state is Sadāshiva, by its perception state is Maya. The space, which literally makes the Maya shiver and breaks, takes you from the perceptional reality to the real reality. That space is called Gurutattva.
Listen. Listen intensely. Reality as it is, is Sadāshiva because Kaarana (cause) and Kaarya (action) can never be separated. Me and My actions can never be separated. You and your actions can never be separated but you and your reactions can never be together.
You and your actions can never be separated; you and your reactions can never be together. Read More
Mahadeva’s silence is Upanishads. His words are Agamas.
When He breathed in silence, what reverberated in the inner space of the Rishis is Upanishads. When He opened His mouth, started explaining, that became Agama. Now, you are going to listen, Veda Agama. He is going to explain what He meant by His breath; what He wanted to convey, what way He wanted the inner-space of the Rishis reverberate. This commentary, or I should say the repetition, should be called as Shuddhādvaita Shaiva Deepika.
From the context of Shuddhādvaita Shaiva, let Upanishads become alive in all of you, in all of us, experientially.
So I will recite the mantras. Please repeat along with me, then I will read out the translation, and let Mahadeva expand on it:
pūṣann-ekarṣe yama sūrya prājāptya |
vyūha raśmin samūha |
tejo yat te rūpaṁ kalyāṇa-tamaṁ
tat te paśyāmi yo’sāvasau puruṣaḥ so’ ham asmi || 16 ||
Listen. I will read out the exact literal translation, and then reveal the sacred secrets. The literal translation is:
O Pūṣan, Consciousness, who is the nourisher, sustainer of all, the primeval solitary traveller, the disciplining principle of all, is like the bright, effulgent Sun, and is the Lord of entire creation, which is His subject. Please remove all Your rays of this radiating, brilliant golden light, which had blinded me, so that by Your grace, I can have the Divine vision of that most auspicious, graceful, beautiful form of Yours. That which is there, the glorious Sun, is the mirror of the Supreme Being, who is all-pervading, pure Consciousness of the Cosmos. Indeed, I am He. Read More
The second verse of Ishavasya Upanishad:
कुर्वन्नेवेह कर्माणि जिजीविषेच्छत्ग्ण् समाः |
एवं त्वयि नान्यथेतोऽस्ति न कर्म लिप्यते नरे ॥
kurvanneveha karmaaNi jijeeviShechChathgN^ samaaH |
evaM thvayi naanyaThethoaAsthi na karma lipyathe nare ||
“One should decide to live in this world for hundreds of years, all the while doing his deeds dispassionately as sanctioned by the scriptures. In this way, the deeds done by you shall not cling to you. There is no other way by which a man can free himself from the bondage created by the deeds.”
Listen! The first thing the Upanishads declare: DECIDE TO LIVE! I was expanding on this from yesterday. Decision to LIVE! Please listen! It is not as simple as you think; it is really deep, really deep.
Every step of life, don’t give up! Go on deciding to LIVE, deciding to LIVE, deciding to LIVE! In every opportunity, open to live….open to live. Read More
Actually, the last few days, the joy is really flowing into me and into the Sangha! Because, one of the greatest discoveries I have done in my research and development has happened in the last few days! I don’t want to say it is an accident; I don’t want to say it is an incident; I only have to say, ‘It is a MIRACLE’! For quite a long time I was feeling that I should take out and give a best lifestyle for all my disciples and devotees. See, I myself used to, and still follow, the lifestyle of Manu. Means, how to brush, how to wash yourself, how to take bath, how to dress – in all these I follow Manu. But even then I was feeling that Manu is a human-being. So, these instructions are from him. I was looking, searching, searching in the vast, the forest of spiritual literature of Vedic Tradition, ‘Is there any book where Mahadeva himself give instructions about all these day-to-day actions, the lifestyle instructions?’ I went on doing research. Of course, all the 112 Upanishads are only about the abstract principles. They don’t talk about how many times you have to brush, how many times you have to wash your mouth, or how you have to keep yourself clean, or how you have to dress, how you have to cook, how you have to eat. Somehow, I wanted, from Mahadeva himself if these instructions have come it would have been so beautiful! Because, every day, when I brush, I only remember Manu, and say, ‘Manu, as you said I am brushing.’ When I wake up, I say, ‘O, Manu, as you said I am waking up.’ When I take bath, I say only, ‘O, Manu, as you said, I am doing it.’ Of course, Manu has the authority from Mahadeva, but there is a possibility that the person who has authority can miss a few things. Like, when I put somebody as a Mahant, they may follow the broad concept of what I gave; but there is a possibility to miss a few things because of their own understandings and perceptions. So, I used to wonder, ‘Is there any book?’ I was searching, searching, searching. Read More