Anybody who practices Agama, develops tremendous respect for themselves about themselves!

Mahadeva described these four components beautifully. Charya, Kriya, Yoga, Jnana.

Charya means lifestyle. It starts from the personal hygiene, keeping the place clean and keeping your inner-space clean, everything. Everything put together is Charya, lifestyle. How you should wake-up? How you should brush your teeth, wash yourself, take bath? Everything. From the time you wake up till you go to bed, purifying your whole muscle-memory is what Mahadeva is teaching through Charya.

Kriya means the spiritual process, the spiritual process. Please understand: Agama is the only science, even though ‘science’ is a small word, I am using that word. Agama is only spiritual inner-science to manifest anything you want as Reality.

If you want to bring God into a stone and want to make Him live in that stone, there is a kriya, there is a process.

If you want to heal your stomach pain, there is a kriya, there is a process. If you want to heal somebody’s cancer, there is a kriya, there is process.

If you want to bring rain, there is a kriya, there is process.

If you want to stop the rain, there is a kriya, there is process.

If you want to bring the Sun, there is a kriya. If you want to stop the Sun, there is a kriya.

Everything, everything you can achieve it, through these certain kriyas, processes. You many not do all the Kriyas, but knowing that science and few kriyas, helps you to manifest the reality as you wanted; to manifest the reality as you wanted. Continue reading “Anybody who practices Agama, develops tremendous respect for themselves about themselves!”

The inability to handle the reality is suffering. The moment you have the ability to handle reality, it is no more suffering. And listening plays a very major role in that. When you don’t have listening, you always come to the conclusion before the information is cognized in you. The moment you start talking to somebody, when you don’t have listening, you start coming to your own conclusions either by rejecting that person or taking that person as a big threat. Both will lead you to suffering. If you take some joker as a villain, you will be suffering unnecessarily. If you take the villain as … Continue reading

Yugarishi Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharyaji of Gayatri Pariwar

I tell you, if you are so sure about you, even Cosmic power, the whole Cosmos showers on you! I was reading, last few days, the autobiography of the founder of Gayatri Pariwar, Sharmaji. God, what a being! I never spoke about him. Today I wanted to give my respects and I wanted to honour him for his amazing contribution to the Vedic Tradition. If I have to choose just the top ten people who contributed to modern-day Hinduism, I will choose Sharmaji much more than Vivekananda, understand? A step more than Vivekananda! His amazing contribution! Vivekananda has done one … Continue reading Yugarishi Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharyaji of Gayatri Pariwar