Saturday, 4 December 2021

Truth is immutable

Truth is immutable. It is ever constant. It cannot grow, neither can it perish. It cannot shines, neither can it fades. Take a fist full of soil and observe. Can it remain same after 15 days? It cannot. May be, you cannot observe with naked eyes but small organisms would grow or die inside it resulting in changes. 

Thats where Shiva comes to define the immutable truth. He smears His body with ashes, which doesn't have seeds to allow flourishing the life or even death. He is ever constant. He never takes birth nor dies neither takes Avatar. In the world full of dynamism there must be something against which dynamism can be observed. The parameters may be both velocity and time. 

So with ever changing growing and perishing Srishti and beyond, Vishnu changes Himself every moment. He is not restricted to only Avatars. He becomes everything whatever you can imagine or whatever not. Every change is driven by Maya. Whatever is seen and whatever is not is driven by Maya and is Param illusion. Vishnu is Maya Pati. He is making all that happen and interestingly He is fully involved in that. Maya Pati Himself is part of Maya. 

Humans don't have and won't ever have capabilities to understand the truth penetrating the Maya Jaal. And that's where the term Bhav Sagar comes and Yogis keep trying to sail through it and feel the real truth.


Sunday, 14 November 2021

Feel the intensity: Foodie or Hungry

 Foodie keeps searching good food and loves to eat. He takes it with love and tastes it with love slowly and feels it, enjoys it, takes only whatever amount is enough and distributes to others also.

Hungry keeps searching food - good or bad- and needs to eat. He snatches it, jumps on it, mauls it, tries to get possession of as much as he can and as long as he can hold.

Feel the intensity! Its not only for food; its for everything that matters.

Tuesday, 26 October 2021

Point of view does the sizing of scope of your thoughts

 A common man - thinks from his own point of view.

An intellectual - thinks from point of view of people known to him or belonging to certain community or cultural background.

A philosopher - thinks from point of view of almost every body. Yes, animals, plants, living or non-living things also.

Saturday, 11 September 2021

The flute

The emptiness of physical flute and sweetness of its non-physical divine sound!

Flute is a divine instrument. It has six holes of maya at various energy levels. It symbolises the symphony of life from M maya to P parmatma.

Once parmatma blows it with pran vayu opening all the holes of maya, a life comes in to existence with maya all around. Then once it grows responsibly, He keeps on closing holes one by one for it to complete its journey.

Friday, 10 September 2021

Consciousness - Aarti ka diya

Consciousness is like aarti ka diya - a fine balance of energy (ghee), body (batti) and divinity (flame).

It is srong enough to eradicate the darkness prevailed through several years and delicate to such an extent that even a small flow of wind of doubt and illusion can put it off.

Remember, the ego of too much energy brings the burden on the individual and puts off the flame of divinity in a similar way as pouring lots of ghee directly over the flame puts it off.


Sunday, 22 August 2021

Mind is a wild horse!

If you triumph over your mind, you will own whatever you desire.

How to triumph over your mind?

By minimising your desires to Zero.

And then what will you do after having a triumph over your mind?

Own whatever you desire ;-)

Bottom line - You will be able to own anything only when you desire nothing. Simple.

Friday, 20 August 2021

Dasha Chhidra

Dasha badalte hi disha badalti hai jivan ki. That means, the direction of life takes a turn at the change of the dasha. Before taking a turn, life slows down and that slow down is experienced during dasha chhidra.