There are two ways in which people react to the sanctity and divinity of Kṛṣṇa in Bhagavad Gītā.
To one set of people, Kṛṣṇa has no special qualification to be called divine and these people may not even believe in anything such as the Divine. As atheists or agnostics, the only way such people can be convinced is initially through the rationale of the dialogue in the Gītā. The dialogue surpasses anything written in any language at any point in time in its clarity and wisdom. The message of Kṛṣṇa is universal and timeless. Those who do not accept and understand, it just means that as of now, it is not their time to understand and transform. Continue reading “Understanding the divinity of Kṛṣṇa is a step to intranalysing and living one’s own divinity.”
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!”
Chitram vadataror mooley vriddhah shishyaa gurur yuvah
Gurostu maunam vyaakhyaanam shishyaastu chinnah samshayah
Beneath the banyan tree they sit
the disciples, old men, the guru a mere youth!
The guru speaks through Silence alone
But lo! The disciples’ questions dissolve on their own!
Understanding of concepts will remain academic, and techniques will remain as tools without the power to transform, unless the master’s presence catalyzes the process. One needs the master to realize god. In the vedic tradition, the spiritual teacher, the guru or the master, is more important than god. Scriptures say that the master is mother, father and god, all in one and beyond all. Continue reading “Enlightened Master is the doorway to one’s own divine experience”
We now reach the ultimate, or what I call the peak experience. Realization of who we are and our role in this universe is the ultimate knowledge and experience that we can have. From the darkness of ignorance we move into the light of truth. We become enlightened.
When you see somebody swimming, you understand three things. The first thing is that swimming is possible, that a man can float on water. Secondly, you have a tremendous urge, ‘If he can do it, why not me? Why can’t I? I can too.’ The third thing is, ‘Let me jump in!’ You get inspiration and courage!
The Divine energy does not need your cooperation to perform the first four actions of creation, protection, destruction, and putting you in maya, but when it comes to pulling you out of maya, it needs your consent and cooperation!
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There was once an enlightened master by the name of Dakshinamurthy Swamigal. He used to sit under a banyan tree. His presence was so intense that a person could touch it, feel it, and almost see it. His silent presence was so powerful that neither he needed to talk nor the other person felt the need to speak.
One of the court poets of the kingdom sang a thousand verses on Dakshinamurthy Swamigal, whom he referred to as a saint. This poet said Dakshinamurthy Swamigal was ‘the greatest warrior’. By tradition, you would be given the title of greatest warrior only if you killed one thousand elephants in a war. Continue reading “His presence was so intense that a person could touch it, feel it, and almost see it!”
Only in completion – four tattvas work. Intention is important ingredient for Completion. Constantly you will not be able to live with you, constantly. you will be having like a life imprisonment experience. And becoz of that incompletion you will not be able to live any tattva. Listening happens with Completion. In the state of incompletion, You don’t see, you act like seeing. Completion has to be done with intense, complete work. When you are in completion, Shiva is available to you as Dakshinamurthy. When you are in-completion, Shiva is available in you as Kalabhairava. Only with completion, we become one integrated being. … Continue reading