First few things, which I wanted to share today. This was one of the important subject, I am introducing into Inner Awakening. Maybe I can say, from the different angle. The truth itself, is not new. The way I am presenting is completely new. Discovering the principle, discovering the principle, on which all the Universes function, all the dimensions and planes, 11 dimensions, 14 plane. Actually, 3 dimension fall in…sorry 3 planes fall in 1 dimension itself. 1 plane does not fall into any of the dimensions. 14 planes, 11 dimensions. All of them function, on 1 principle. Read More
I welcome you all to be OUT OF THE MATRIX. My love to you all, of you who have decided to come out of the Matrix. My respects to all, who are struggling to come out of the Matrix. I welcome all the Beings here. You have already decided, you just need to understand WHY you have decided? You have already decided, you just need to understand WHY you have decided. Understand. If you think you have decided. Listen very carefully. If you think you have decided and do not know WHY you have decided, then you are inside the Matrix.
Listen. If you perceive you are in bondage, you have decided to be in bondage. You just need to know WHY you decided. If you perceive your struggling, to get out of the bondage, you decided to perceive that way. You need to know, WHY you decided to perceive that way. If you perceive you are liberated, you have decided to be liberated. You need to know, WHY you have decided to be liberated. Understand. Whatever is your perception now, is your decision earlier. You have decided. Knowing the decision as your perception, not knowing WHY you decided is MAYA MATRIX.
Liberation has nothing to do with whether you perceive bound, whether you perceive liberated, perceive struggling, it is all about knowing WHY you have decided what you decided.
Listen. Even if you perceive liberation and you do not why you decided liberation, you are under Matrix, so it is one more method of controlling you. Understand. Even if you perceive bondage, if you know why you decided bondage, you are liberated. You are out of the Matrix. Even if you perceive liberation, even if you don’t know why you decided liberation, you are under the Matrix. You all perceive life, but you don’t know WHY you decided to live, means you are under the Matrix. You all perceive life, means you decided life. But if you don’t know why you decided life, you are under the Matrix. LIFE is a struggle between Sadāshiva and your forgetfulness. I have a good news for you, it is not war. It is not war as Matrix movie presents. Read More
The second verse of Ishavasya Upanishad:
कुर्वन्नेवेह कर्माणि जिजीविषेच्छत्ग्ण् समाः |
एवं त्वयि नान्यथेतोऽस्ति न कर्म लिप्यते नरे ॥
kurvanneveha karmaaNi jijeeviShechChathgN^ samaaH |
evaM thvayi naanyaThethoaAsthi na karma lipyathe nare ||
“One should decide to live in this world for hundreds of years, all the while doing his deeds dispassionately as sanctioned by the scriptures. In this way, the deeds done by you shall not cling to you. There is no other way by which a man can free himself from the bondage created by the deeds.”
Listen! The first thing the Upanishads declare: DECIDE TO LIVE! I was expanding on this from yesterday. Decision to LIVE! Please listen! It is not as simple as you think; it is really deep, really deep.
Every step of life, don’t give up! Go on deciding to LIVE, deciding to LIVE, deciding to LIVE! In every opportunity, open to live….open to live. Read More
Please understand, I am following the arrangement as per the Advaithic Tradition. Actually, Ishavasya Upanishad is part of the Yajur Veda, not Rig Veda. But, all Advaithic tradition masters commented on Ishavasya first. The arrangement is very unique: Isha, Kena, Katha, Prashna, Mundaka, Mandukya, Aithareya, Taittiriya. This was the set organized way followed by almost all Advaithic masters. But, originally, in the Vedas itself, they are not organized in this way. Ishavasya Upanishad comes in Yajur Veda. So, they are not organized in the way it is commented by Advaithic masters. May be the masters felt these Upanishads support one by one your enlightenment process; so they organized it. I am following the structure organized by the Advaithic masters.
The first sutra! Please listen! Let us repeat:
ईशावास्यमिदं सर्वं यत्किञ्च जगत्यां जगत् ।
तेन त्यक्तेन भुञ्जीथा मा गृधः कस्यस्विद्धनम् ॥ 1 ॥
Eeshaavaasyamidham Sarvam Yathkincha Jagathyaam Jagath |
Thena Thyakthena Bhunjeethaa Ma Gridhah Kasyasviddhanam ||
In the original writing, the sutra is “Jagathyaam Jagath” (जगत्यां जगत्). But, if you see, when I pronounce, I will be pronouncing as “Jagathu”. This is the way I heard from my masters. It is called “Paata Bhedha”. See, the accent, each master has his own accent. Originally I heard the Upanishads from Isakki Swami, Yogananda Puri, and Vibhootananda Puri – these three. So, when I heard from them, the accent with which I heard is usually revered and respected as “Paata Bhedha”. And, moreover, when I retain the accent, I also remember them, and it is the way of honouring the Guru, retaining the “Paata Bhedha” of the Guru – means, the accent of the Guru – without questioning or trying to correct. It is a kind of respect and reverence shown to the masters in Vedic Tradition. It is called “Paata Bhedha”. Means, your teacher in your area, the way he teaches, the way he chants, the way the accent is maintained, just retaining it. When I heard the same Upanishads in Ramakrishna Mission in Bengal, the pronounciation and accent is a little different: “EeshOvOshyOmidhOm ShOrvOm YOthkinchO JOgOthyOm JOgOth”. Because, in Bengal, all the “ah” will become “oh”. In Bengali, it is never “VivekanAndA”; it is “BiBekanOndO”. So, retaining that accent is the respect given to that Guru, and it is called “Paata Bhedha” in our tradition. The way I heard exactly from my masters, I am repeating, retaining the “Paata Bhedha”. The way I chant – “JagathU”, “dhanammm” – all these additions are not actually available in the form of letter in the original verses. But, I just wanted to retain the purity of the “Paata Bhedha”. I don’t feel “Paata Bhedha” is in any way disturbing the originality of the verses. So I am retaining it as it is.
I will continue to expand on the truths I was revealing about “desha” (“देश” ) and “nation”.
Understand, “desha”, the very concept of “desha” is from the truth of the Vedic Tradition:
|| अन्नम् बहु कुर्वीत ||
“Annam Bahu Kurveetha”.
Listen! अन्नम् बहु कुर्वीत (“Annam Bahu Kurveetha”); means, “Let us produce food in large quantities”.
Producing not just food, but everything in large quantity, and making it available to everyone as easily as possible is “desha”.
“Nation” means, even the natural things, making it as complicated as possible, and not letting the common-man have access to it, through this claiming your superiority.
Understand, there is a big difference. In original Vedic Civilization, the concept of “desha” is: “Produce as much as you can and exchange it”. It was not that in Vedic Civilization we did not have business. We had! But there was never a low value for shoes and high value for knowledge, understand? It is the modern civilization which is really caste-oriented. The moment you put low value for shoes and high value for food or knowledge, you have already made a difference between Brahmana and Shudra! There was never valuation between shoes and knowledge. The man who produces shoes, produces in large quantity, and makes it available to his community. The man who makes knowedge, makes it available for everyone. Don’t ever spread the lie that Shudras were not allowed, did not have access to education. No! No! Read More
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. Read More