Month: August 2019

God realisation needs no Effort 

God realization is like going back to our own home. It is very easy. All it requires is to accept  once with a firm determination and a simple heart that I am God’s and only God is mine. The mistake that we make is that we have an inclination to the world and not towards God. As […]

Do Not Waste Time, Get Immersed in God – 2

Question: But how does one have this feeling of mine-ness with God? Swamiji: We are an inseparable ‘ansh’ part of God (Paramatma). In the absolute sense we are – “Ishvar ansh, jeev avinaashi.” He is our Param Pita (Eternal Father). “Twameva Maata che Pita Twameva, Twameva Sarvam Mama Deva Devah”. You are my everything. ‘He Naath, […]

Do Not Waste Time, Get Immersed in God

Human birth is invaluable. The time we have is very precious. It should not be wasted on trivial things. We don’t know right now. There is very little time, and lot of work has to be completed. Let us be alert and careful in how we spend our time. In the end, nothing will remain. We will have to […]

Who is Always Ours?

It is my sincere prayer, that you pay very close attention to what I am saying. There is an exceptional point that the God Who is ever-attained,  who is present, Who is never separate from us, appears distant to us.  And the world that never ever stayed with us, will not stay with us, which […]

Something New – 2

The Lord also declares that He too neither has the sense of doer-ship, nor craving for the fruit of actions (Gītā  4/13-14) cātur-varṇyaṁ mayā sṛṣṭaṁ, guṇa-karma-vibhāgaśaḥ | tasya kartāram api māṁ, viddhy akartāram avyayam  || na māṁ karmāṇi limpanti, na me karma-phale spṛhā  | iti māṁ yo ’bhijānāti, karmabhir na sa badhyate   || “The fourfold order was created by Me according to the modes […]

Something New

That which conduces an action to accomplishment, that which gives birth to an action is called a “kaarak”  (Doership).  In “Doerships” (kaarakas), the “Doer”  (kartaa), the nominative is important; because all actions depend on the doer (kartaa).  Acts of doing (kaarakas) are only aids (supporters) in the accomplishment of actions, but the “Doer” is independent.  In the “Doer” the consciousness […]