Sunday, May 30, 2010

Sri Sri gives Solution for Terrorism

Sunday, 30th May, 2010
Art of Living Ashram, Bangalore

After a toofani satsang by Rishi Nityapragyaji and Manikantanji which had got more than 3/4ths of the 5000 + crowd on their feet for more than half an hour, Guruji entered the Yagyashaala @ 845pm.


He announced that we will not do Ashtavakra today, let's sing.


And then he said, "Dhyan sadhana ek hi raasta hai ye vair khatma karneka. Aaj sham ko yaha terrorist aaya tha....bullet chalaya lekin kisiko laga nai, sirph kisike pair me chot aayi...uske mann me hinsa ka bhav hi nai raha, apne ashram ke vatavaran me, phir wo chala gaya.


Daivi shakti ka prabhav jaha hota hai wahan hinsak vichar tik nahi sakta.


Saare atankvadi ka yaha aa sakte hai. Yahan satsang me baithke thik ho jayenge.



Ghar ghar mein dhyan kare, yog karen, to desh bhar me leher utha sakte hai


Lok kalyan ke liye samaj me shanti laane ke liye sab ko kaam karna padega, har ek vyakti 100 logon ke jivan me pharak laye.


Tum sab nirbhit hokar so jao. Tumhare saath ek Raksha kavach hai.

Jai Gurudev

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Like poles attract!?

SATTVA attracts more SATTVA,
RAJAS attracts more RAJAS and
TAMAS attracts more TAMAS.

This has been my experience.

When my sadhana is deep I tend to do more sattvik things, like listening to Guruji's knowledge or doing some chanting etc.

When my sadhana is done in a hurry, I tend to do too many things, lot of planning and thinking goes on and the activity is not controlled.

When my sadhana is done sluggishly and/or with resistence I waste time doing nothing and making up my mind to do something, out of a lack of drive.

Recommended listening: Gurujis talk - The Three Gunas

Jai Gurudev
PS: currently in train on way to bangalore...transition from tamasik to sattvik environment :-)