ShreeNathji Kripa of His Darshans at Gowardhan

 

Devotion for me is offering of myself at your feet, Shreeji-Shree RadhaKrishn. Through You I surrender to eternity”.

ShreeNathji's kripa

Shreeji, Aapki kripa hamesha bani rahe

 

As I feel myself experiencing this Divine energy, my whole being gets transformed. Had never experienced such sacredness in any situation before. Beyond the ordinary, the mundane, this flow of such incredible intensity moving is in no way connected to the outer reality.

It’s as if experiencing another world, some different level of reality where all is vibrations colors and energy.

What moves within?

Something just takes hold of me and transports me to another dimension.

It makes me greedy – wanting more and more. In this close experience with the Divine, with existence, it feels as if something is filling me up which creates a feeling of gratitude and a lot of joy. It’s as if I’ve finally found what I had been searching and waiting for.

This is the door for the ‘Bhao’ that I want to be a part of.

It intoxicates me – the flow of such Divine love, I am unable to keep myself to myself- I have to melt away- do away with all the physical boundaries of this gross body and move deeper and deeper to reach the Dot.

The purity, the sacredness of the total experience shows me a new and different way of being. I feel I am floating away carried away into a cradle of love, love and a lot of love. I feel rested, I feel peace and most of all I feel of not wanting to stop this flow and come back to outer reality we call life. As the vibrations enter every pore, each cell of my being, I feel I want to drown totally in this flow, in this bliss.

Krishn, let my heart be totally pure and mind intent on the goal”.

The wearing of Shreeji’s pujan ‘mala’ at the Mukharvind, and the Tilak  of the pujan at the Shyamkund, stirred up un describable devotion and a feeling of complete surrender and peace – of “belonging”.

Abha doing pujan at Shreeji Mukharwind at Gowardhan. Shreeji Gives His Mukhar Darshans at this moment. Please look closely at this picture

Abha doing pujan at Shreeji Mukharwind at Gowardhan. Shreeji Gives His Mukhar Darshans at this moment. Please look closely at this picture

 

 

Such moments of pujan become memorable, I call them soul presence, as there is nothing of the mind and body present at the time of  darshans; it is ourselves, as the true beings in the original identities.

This can only be experienced, not explained, and I guess only possible in the close proximity of one who is the highest in purity and spirituality, which is Gurushree, Sudhir bhai .

ShreeNathji leaves His Haveli Mandir from Nathdwara, as Shreeji enjoys staying with Gurushree most of the time. It is his kripa that Shreeji gave His sakshat darshans from His Mukharwind at Giriraj Govardhan.

Such intensity and Bhao I have never experienced before – such total acceptance of me as myself; as the truth about my true identity.

Jai Shreeji!!

 

Paragraph taken from my book: Zero2Dot.  http://www.zero2dot.org/

A complete website dedicated to This Darshans is coming up soon!

 

 

 

World Of Beggars…

…There is an age old belief, “One can give (to the other) only, what is there on his inner side”

So in a world of beggars, who will give?

All are empty in themselves, hungry for various things –

Greater name, more money, higher power

Simply the strong desire to tower above the rest of the humanity in what ever capacity – could even be in the mask of religion!

So, unless there is an overflowing of love from within, and the person totally contained in himself, how will he be ever expected to give JOY to others around?

And, “Except in the people  who have merged with the consciousness and are close to God , can such a quality be available;

Which is very rare…

Taken from my book: Zero2Dot.  http://www.zero2dot.org/

Jai Shreeji!!

merged swarup

World Of Beggars

…There is a belief, one can only give what is there in the inner side – so unless there is an overflowing of love, and the person totally contained in himself, how will he be ever expected to give this joy to others around?

 Except in the people close to God who have merged with the consciousness, can such a quality be felt; or else –

In a world of beggars, who will give?

All are empty in themselves, hungry for various things –

Greater name, more money, higher power

Simply the strong desire to tower above the rest of the humanity in what ever capacity – could even be in the mask of religion! –

So basically there is no joy to be found in any of the outer dimensions,  as we know them.

“Its” not out there; one has to move in, at the DOT, total in himself.

Till the time one is dependent on someone or something out there, lasting joy will never be experienced…

Taken from my book: Zero2Dot.

http://www.zero2dot.org/

 

Dil Mange More…!

There are a few individuals running the mass intelligence – Marketing is the game of ‘Kalyug’. In the whole of history there always have been a few influencing the whole. The course of humanity depends on who these ‘Few’ are- what is their quality!

If these few; themselves are not peaceful or content; and are so shallow, so hungry – what can they give humanity? An illusion is created making us believe we are receiving a lot, we are progressing – yes progressing I would agree in a limited way – but towards what? –

Loosing one’s humanness? Falling in the trap of greediness?

We have forgotten to even respect nature – the bounties of which we are totally dependent on.

In this time period the whole of humanity is being taken to the summit of materialistic and luxury living –

100% sense pleasures – drown yourselves in them – go deeper in it.

What happens? What do we experience?

As the satisfaction achieved is very temporary, more and more is required for the same results, and the fun part is ‘the more you have the more you want’; the greed and appetites are never satisfied; contentment is never felt for any lasting period.

As the slogan of our times – ‘Dil maange more’, is so apt for the dissatisfaction and unrest we experience in our lives today.

The whole media has been manipulated into creating a demand which is never satisfied.

We are being led to a truth of ‘Jet age gurus’, ‘Instant spirituality’, ‘Quick Kundalini rise’, ‘Immediate peace and better health’ etc -.

             All sound religious – but what’s the goal?

Greater peace, better health, more religion, more knowledge –

all leading to what?

Only so that you can go on living and enjoying the ‘maya’ in a deeper way.

Sad is to see how the youngest of our generations has been influenced by the media towards so much negativity. The ‘Sanskriti’ and religion of our country has become a joke in various social settings. The whole environment has been made so sensual, how can the younger people escape from its influence?

It’s become uncontrollable – as children blinded by what they see and read, go berserk in fulfilling themselves.

The need for everyone is joy that is ever lasting – love that  

 will never fade with time – And of course total bliss and Anand.

 Intellectually, we may even know where it is and how to get there – but how many are able to put themselves in the open for the inner dimensions to be touched by the light?

Taken from my book Zero2Dot:

http://www.zero2dot.org/

 

Money’s Worth

Below is an article taken  from the Sunday Times Of India;of the 5th July 2009. The author Mohini Kent has very perfectly described how money power rules the human world. I agree with her thoughts as something very similar I have written in my book Zero2Dot; details of which can be read on website: www.zero2dot.org 

I call it the “Money Sanskar”; it being so powerful that all other humanitarian values take a back seat, when one is confronted with money power. It controls all our senses and decision making.

Though this article may seem long at first glance, the author Mohini Kent has written a very interesting view point and is an eye opener. Please take the effort to read till the very end.

                                    

                                          * SUNDAY TIMES OF INDIA, MUMBAI; JULY 5 2009

                          

                                                            WHAT’S YOUR MONEY’S WORTH?

 A day before the government presents the budget  and Indians get to know whether they are richer or poorer Mohini Kent finds out the true value of wealth 

 “If a man is wealthy, (it means) he is handsome and wise and he can sing well too”. That’s a Yiddish proverb but it could be applied anywhere in the world, with wealthy people expressing ‘strong’ opinions on every thing under the sun – be it the money markets, food or fashion. Money seems to confer the highest caste on people; they become the new ‘brahmins’ and are seen to hold the key to wisdom. We listen to them attentively, hoping some of the magic will rub off on us.

            Money has become as vital to us as the air we breathe. It became indispensable to us the day we stopped barter. No doubt, it has been instrumental in improving our lives and made the world far more democratic because anyone can buy anything today in exchange for a piece of paper.

            Today the poor can afford what even the rich found difficult in the past – foreign travel, for instance.

            It is one of the major energies of the world, along with sex; although in many cases, the two go together. Even remote tribals who still live in a “moneyless world” feel the force of money when outsiders use paper currency to buy their land and are granted the right to fell their forests.

            So, what do we do? Make money, spend it and enjoy it. In the meantime, it is vital to recognize our relationship with money and how it colours our relationship with others, including those most dear to us. Money is not just a piece of printed paper or a round, stamped metal disc; it has acquired enormous emotional connotations and psychological hues. A poor boy, who has had a deprived childhood, can never fill the hole in his belly even if he makes millions later in life. A wealthy child who lost all his money in childhood, will hoard every penny as an adult.

            Money spells power, control, comfort and security. Wealth has become the yardstick of success. Exclusive homes, private jets and yachts, seven-star holidays, designer labels and pricey hand bags give us a sense of superiority. Fawning friends and the envy of peers makes having money even more satisfying. It gives control in the boardroom and at times, it gives the power to enslave others.

            In India, money is inseperable from political power. Some people derive power from hoarding money like Silas Marner, who counted his gold coins alone on dark nights.

            Sometimes, money is equated with love. People use it to control their families, spouse and children. For favoured family members, the sky is the limit, but money is withheld from the one’s who need to be subjugated. Cruel husbands use it to penalize their wives; domineering parents use it to control their children.

            Micheal Jackson had little control over his money. He earned more than one-billion dollars but died with a debt of at least $400 million. It was an unedifying spectacle to see his family, just hours after his tragic death, searching for the cash stashed in his house. In her moving tribute to the pop idol, Germaine Greer wrote: “Another beautiful boy is gone, wiped out in an instant. Micheal Jackson, unable to cross the threshold into manhood, has died at 50, still a boy, coquettish, fantasy-ridden, horribly vulnerable, unable to take control of his life.”

            Sometimes it seems as if a man’s most enduring love affair is with money, his own money and that of others. It’s an obsession, almost an occult possession by another entity. In its pursuit, men and women can become ruthless, even evil. The latest banking crisis in the US was driven by greed. Nothing justifies the million-dollar bonuses that bankers paid themselves even though the bank was not making money. Now Brian Madoff has been sentenced to 150 years in prison. It is estimated that about $50 billion went astray during his career. It’s almost as much a the GDP of a small country. Madoff’s jail term won’t bring back to life the people who committed suicide after they found out that he had swindled them. The prison sentence won’t change reality for the New York woman who lost all her savings and is now reduced to rummaging in garbage cans for food.

            Rich men use money to cheat death by trying to buy ‘immortality’. Some of the foundations they run have less to do with compassion and more to do with their personal wish to perpetuate their names. It’s extremely rare for anyone to voluntarily give up money and power. Andrew Carnegie was that rare individual. He wondered “what to do with the enormous wealth we have” and wrote that surplus wealth could be disposed off in three ways:

* left to family

* bequeathed for a public purpose

* administered in one’s lifetime

            Traditionally, people opt for one of the first two but Carnegie concluded that an individual should “set an example of unostentatious living; provide moderately for the legitimate wants of those dependant on him; and, after doing so, to consider all surplus revenues which come to him simply as trust funds” to be used for the good of the community. The man of wealth then becomes a trustee and agent for his poor fellow men.

            Carneigie knew all about poverty. He was born in a one room cottage in Scotland. His family immigrated to America, where he took up his first job at 13 years in a cotton mill. In a classic rags-to-riches story, he built a profitable empire of steel (which later became US Steel) and became the world’s second richest man, after Rockefeller. After sometime, Carnegie sold his company and devoted the resr of his life to philanthropy, building more than 3,000 libraries, schools and universities in America. He wrote: “The man who dies rich dies disgraced”. By the time he died in 1919, he had given away the bulk of his vast fortune. In India, JRD Tata did something similar.

            Money can bring us joy; it can bring us misery; it can buy us attention, isolate us; binds families or split them. Though it is merely a piece of paper or a metal coin, it is the most powerful and emotive thing in the world. Whether you earn Rs 3,000 or Rs 3 crore a month, you still have to understand money, build a healthy relationship with it, realize its true value and purpose.

Destruction is not positive progress

                                 Why as the great, progressive, loving, compassionate humans

                                                 that we like to call ourselves do we make weapons?

                                                                To spread love? To spread humanity?      

                                                                Obviously no :

We try to make ourselves believe wrongly that we are spreading a lot of love and are capable of receiving as much; and are progressing as a human race.

                                                                            BUT:

Can destroying nations, people, and nature be called love or humanity in any possible way?

                                       Destruction is not positive progress.

All talk about Love. All want love.

All have a need to belong.  

Weapons are made only to create fear; to bring destruction

Can jealousy be a part of love? Can there be expectation in love?

All try to make a show of being compassionate.

Can creating fear in any way be associated with love?