Completion in the present moment is the key to unlocking the mooladhara chakra and dissolving lust. It is only completion that brings you in touch with reality as it is and dissolves your fantasies.

Arjuna then asks Kṛṣṇa why even a centered person is led to commit sinful acts, as if forced by unknown powers.

Arjuna’s question is the eternal dilemma of expression or suppression. For example, if you see a beautiful woman and you feel attracted to her, you feel this is not right according to what society has taught you and you try to suppress your feelings. Can this inauthenticity work? If you try to suppress something, it will surface with more intensity. We are always conditioned to believe that anyone with passion or lust is a lower human. There is no lower or higher person. Only a transformation of energy needs to happen. People who pretend to be moralists are either afraid or guilty of their lust. They are completely inauthentic. The moment you think you are a lower human, you start fighting that feeling. Then it becomes very difficult to get out of it and to transform. Anything you resist persists. What you need is to bring completion and allow the transformation, the ultimate reality to happen.

The ultimate completion for a woman is when she expresses the motherliness in her. The ultimate completion for the man is when he comes back to the innocence of the child. Continue reading →

The law of Cosmos and the natural law of Existence – Dharma is not comparison based philosophy of communism, socialism, capitalism or corporatism. But it is Responsibilism.

The idea of duty is different for different people, different countries, different cultures, and different religions. Hence the term ‘duty’ is impossible to clearly define. We have always been trained by society to consider certain acts as duty; some as good and others as bad. Duty and responsibility are totally different.
For example, it is our duty to help elderly people, to follow principles of truth, non-violence, non-stealing and such tenets. We are brought up with these concepts of morality, but have we experienced the beauty of implementing them?

When you actually take responsibility, Indra enters your hand; it becomes vajrāyudha. Yama enters your lungs; it means ‘not-stopping’. Lakṣhmi enters your heart; it means ‘continuously sharing’.

Then there are certain principles that get handed down depending on the religion we follow. For example, a starving person who finds a piece of meat has no problem eating it if he is a non-vegetarian. On the other hand, a vegetarian would feel it is his duty not to touch meat even if it means losing his life. These are all socially defined duties. Never judge the customs of other people by your standards. There is no common standard for the Universe. Continue reading →

Reliving is Relieving

Living Advaitha XIII

…continued from Living Advaitha XII

I gave few days’ time for that Living Advaitha process participants with a certain homework, the homework of penning down the reality you want to cause, and each one in your teamily, the reality they want to cause, sharing it with the whole teamily.

Listen. Incarnation is a person who makes the ultimate spiritual truth psychologically easy to practice in every Age. Listen, every Age the human-being psychology changes – your fears changes, your love changes, your greed changes, your pain changes, your difficulties changes, your comforts changes. See, the time of Rama, the fear of people is animals, demons. That is why he has to be all the time with a bow and arrow and he has to show himself as master of bow and arrow. But now, we don’t need bow and arrow, because, through bow and arrow I can’t protect any of you. Forget about protecting me, I can’t protect any of you, because our fears have changed, our pains have changed. It is no more the wild animals threatening us. We are threatening their existence. It is no more our fear. Our fears have changed. Demons don’t come with big teeth; they come with OB van. No, I am not saying all OB vans are demons. Listen! So, our fears have changed, our pains have changed, our comforts have changed, our way of thinking has changed.

In every Age, please listen, if these seven items change, means –

  • our greed,
  • our fear,
  • our concerns, worries,
  • and the way what we think as love,
  • and the comparison, the way we compare,
  • and our identity,
  • and our satisfaction of life; means, our lifestyle.

These seven, all these seven are related to your seven Energy Centres, Chakras. If these seven changes, all these seven changes, one Age has changed, one Yuga is over. Please understand; I am defining Yuga. If these seven changes, one new Yuga has happened. In every Yuga, your psychology functions in a different way.

I will repeat:

  1. Your desires – Mooladhara,
  2. Your fears – Swadishtana,
  3. Your concerns – Manipuraka,
  4. What you think as love, what you love – Anahata,
  5. With which you compare yourself – Vishuddhi,
  6. Your identity, with what you identify yourself – Ajna,
  7. Lifestyle – Sahasrara,

If these seven changes, one Yuga changes, one Age is over.

In every Age, naturally your psychology functions in a different way. Beings who happen in every Age and make the ultimate principles, the Advaitha, user-friendly, easily applicable, easily practicable in your day-to-day life, are ‘incarnations’. Continue reading →