When you do, whatever you do with one hundred percent integrity, authenticity and responsibility, you are in the space of completion. You become God!

Arjuna is now curious and wants to know more. He asks Kṛṣṇa, ‘You are telling me all this, that is wonderful. You tell me that I must perform without expectations and attachment and that I must be complete in wisdom. I would like to live that way and move on the path of wisdom. Pray, tell me what kind of a person is this, the one who always stays in the steady space of completion—sthita prajñasya kā bhāṣā samādhi-sthasya keśava (2.54). How does he behave, walk and talk? Let me model myself on him.’

For the fifth time Arjuna expresses authentic interest in what Kṛṣṇa is saying. Arjuna has realized that whatever he said earlier had arisen from his confusion, his patterns. Arjuna is intelligent enough to know that he does not know.

Once we choose to live based on responsibility, we know our real present needs and not futuristic wants. We rise into the present moment of completion.

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Listening to the truths but not living them, is the most dangerous

andhaṁ tamaḥ praviśanti ye’avidyām upāsate |

tato bhūya iva te tamo yau vidyāyāṁ ratāḥ || 9 ||

Those who worship avidyā, the ignorance that veils the true knowledge of Truth, Consciousness, enter into blinding darkness characterized by the absence of perception; but into greater darkness of ignorance than that, enter they who, considering themselves as scholarly and learned, are engaged in vidyā, the incomplete knowledge acquired for vested interests characterized by the impure perception of Truth, Consciousness.

Listen. These two concepts you need to understand. One, those who worship ignorance, the initial level seekers get into a kind of a tiredness, boredom, unable to move further, don’t care attitude about ignorance. This is one group.

There is another group, little advanced level seekers, but, after certain amount of time, listen, please listen, when you spent time with certain concepts and don’t align your life to those concepts, you will feel acquaintance with that concepts. Intellectually, but not experientially. Familiarity always breeds contempt, even with the idea you are the consciousness, if you are acquainted, means if you are having exposure to that idea, you are thinking about it quite a long time, but you never made that as your cognition, you never transformed your Life, you never aligned your life to the truth, then slowly, slowly, slowly, you think what you living what you are doing is much better than common men, normal people who don’t even know they are Consciousness.

So with this justification, the worship of imperfect knowledge, the incomplete knowledge, starts, the danger is by now, you know how to manipulate others, how to be a half-guru, all your neighborhood gurus are formed like this only; each neighborhood will have one guru, in India, each street will have one Jagat guru. You can ask him “why are you calling yourself as Jagat Guru?”, “No, I have one disciple I have named as Jagat, so I am Guru of Jagat  so I am Jagat Guru.” Continue reading “Listening to the truths but not living them, is the most dangerous”

There is a big difference between “you don’t rape somebody because of fear of law”, and “you don’t rape somebody just because you don’t want to be violent “

There is a big difference between “you don’t rape somebody because of fear of law”, and “you don’t rape somebody just because you don’t want to be violent and you don’t want to enter into somebody’s space”. You don’t want to rape somebody because of Law & Order is “hard power”. You don’t want to rape somebody because you don’t want to enter into somebody’s space, or you don’t want to be violent, or you don’t want to be abusive into somebody’s space is “soft power”.

Order which comes by “soft power” is the permanent eternal order. Understand, order never comes by “hard power”; it comes only by “soft power”.

May be, Law & Order can come by “hard power”, but order can come only by “soft power”. Actually, this will answer a lot of questions about what is secularism, why the concept of secularism evolved only in the western countries, and why the concept of western secularism is not going to suit India. Continue reading “There is a big difference between “you don’t rape somebody because of fear of law”, and “you don’t rape somebody just because you don’t want to be violent “”

Sarvajnatva

Please listen! Anything which you don’t understand in life, where your logic is not ready to penetrate, be very clear, it is simple incompletion which your logic does not want to see. Listen! Anything in your life which you don’t understand, which you are not able to grasp, is the incompletion which you don’t want to look into. Your consciousness by its nature, its swabhaava, is “Swayam Prakaasha”, by its nature, self-effulgent, “Swayam Prakaasha”, self-shining. So, there is no such thing which you cannot understand in life. Whether it is which graha (planet) moving where, which star moving in which direction, or how to use your remote control and operate the TV in front of you, or the various aspects of the electronic gadget which you newly bought, anything, please understand, anything, your logic is “Swayam Prakaasha” to locate, to look. Whether understanding a Law book, or understanding a musical instrument, or understanding some truths about Botany or Biology or Zoology, understand, the truth is, your consciousness is self-effulgent, “Swayam Prakaasha”. This is the principle I am directly applying and proving in our Gurukul, don’t you see?

None of our Bala Sants had training or coaching in any field. None of their teachers know more than what they know. That much I can guarantee. None of their teachers know more than what they know. But they go on excelling in so many things, and they will go on excelling in so many things. This will be the new brand of education in the world, Nithyananda brand of education where the basic principle is not you need to be told or educated, but you need to look in or concentrate your self-effulgence, your “Swayam Prakaasha”. If you are not able to understand something, it is your own incompletions, you don’t want to look in. Understand that at least. At least know the right reasons for your powerlessness. You can complete and get out of it.

Your ignorance is not inability; it is your decision not to look into that truth.

Please understand, never label your ignorance as your inability. No! Every problem, you should do a right post-mortem, so that you can avoid it the next time. Every accident, we should do the right post-mortem, so that we can develop a system to avoid that later. Don’t say, ‘Oh, after all he is dead. What is there? Leave it!’ No! Do post-mortem and learn the lessons. Same way, every problem you have, do post-mortem and have the right intelligence. Do post-mortem and have the right intelligence. Do post-mortem and have the right intelligence. Continue reading “Sarvajnatva”