A very beautiful story from the great Indian epic history, Mahābhārat:
King Yudhiṣṭra, the eldest of the Pāṇḍavas, performed a great sacrifice after the battle of Kurukṣetra was over. He gave very rich offerings to the priests and the poor. They were all impressed by the grandeur of this sacrifice. They praised him saying, ‘We have never seen such a great sacrifice in our lifetime.’
Just then, a small mongoose appeared. Half of his body was golden and the other half was brown. He rolled on the ground where the sacrifice was performed. He then exclaimed with sorrow, ‘This is no sacrifice at all. Why do you praise this sacrifice?’
The priests were aghast and angry, ‘What! You silly mongoose! Did you not see the sacrifice? Thousands of poor people have become very rich. Millions of people have been sumptuously fed. So many jewels and clothes have been distributed!’ Continue reading “Kṛṣṇa says that enriching should be practiced because everyone is part of us. Nobody is separate from us. Only then does enriching become a selfless sacrifice, yajña bhāvitaḥ.”
How to unclutch or be in Nirvikalpa Samadhi by applying the ishana principles, liberation cognitions principles?
Decide: ‘I am not going to suffer with this job anymore which is torturing me or this relationship which is suffocating me.’ Decide to create an inner space for yourself by withdrawing from it where you are not suffocated by the reactionary assumptions. Decide: let me sit with the supernal effulgence of Paramashiva. Let me sit with Swamiji and talk to him.’
What you see in the face of Dakshinamurti (deity in Adi Kailash) is the supernal effulgence of Paramashiva. He is eternal soundarya! I am in love with him! This deity was personally carved by me. He is radiating Shivajnana botham! Continue reading “Grounding yourself deeply in unclutching, Nirvikalpa samadhi, will give you the feeling you are legitimate. That is the most beautiful feeling hinduism can give to the world!”
I welcome all of you with My love and respects. I’ll enter into the 2nd verse of Kenapanishad.
śrotrasya śrotraṁ manaso mano yadvāco ha vācaṁ sa u prāṇasya prāṇaḥ |
cakṣuṣaś-cakṣur-atimucya dhīrāḥ pretyāsmāllokād-amṛtā bhavanti || 2 ||
Understand, the most sophisticated of answering a question is, giving you the methodology you will find experience, the most sophisticated way of answering a question is as an answer giving you a methodology, through which you will find, the experience.
śrotrasya śrotraṁ manaso mano yad |
The whole verse is not giving you any point you can hang around, any visualization, any possibility for imagination, no. It’s very clear. Your pure questioning is turned towards you; your pure questioning is turned towards you. Listen, pure questioning is one of the most powerful way of integrating you.
Pure questioning is one of the most powerful way of integrating your intellect, mind, emotion, thought currents, everything, body. Continue reading “Dhīrās are those who discover the ear of the ear, mind of the mind, speech of the speech, prana of the prana, and realizing that, they achieve, the immortal eternal!”