SitaRamachandraarpanam

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Sundara Manmatha Koti Prakaasha,Hare Sri Krishna
When i am about to die, the only forms that should appear b4 me should be that of the Lord (Krishna) with the beautiful flute kept on his lips , with the peacock plumes slantingly placed on his head and with the body as blue as bluestone
Swami Desikan in GopAla Vimshathi

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Monday, January 16, 2006

BREAK

Dear Friends

Due to different unavoidable reasons, I haven't been able to blog for good over a period of time. I don't know when i would be back to blog-o-sphere but I am hoping to get back in the near future (don't know when exaclty). Only HE knows.

I would like to convey my BIG thanks to all you fellow blggers,well-wishers and friends.

For all regular visitors of this blog, kindly drop in your email ids so that i can inform you guys whenever i resume blogging.

May the great Lord shower his blessings to y'll.


Sarvam sriraaamachandraarpanam

Comments on "BREAK"

 

Blogger Parvati said ... (9:10 PM) : 

Dear Krishna,
I was just a second back going to write an email to you asking you about your long silence here.

:(

I have just now created all these links to my favourite blogs, and now you are going into hibernation. :(

Ok. Let me know when you do resume blogging. Till then, do well in your studies and everything else too!
Parvati

 

Blogger bhattathiri said ... (6:26 PM) : 

One of the greatest contributions of India to the world is Holy Gita
which
is considered to be one of the first revelations from God. The
management
lessons in this holy book were brought in to light of the world by
divine
Maharshi Mahesh Yogi , Sri Sri RaviShankar and Swami Bodhanandji, and
the
spiritual philosophy by the great Adi Sankaracharya the greatest
philosopher
of India and proud son of Kerala, and Sri. Srila Prabhupada Swami and
humanism by Mata Amritanandamayi Devi and Satya Sai Baba. Maharishi
calls
the Bhagavad-Gita the essence of Vedic Literature and a complete guide
to
practical life. It provides "all that is needed to raise the
consciousness
of man to the highest possible level." Maharishi reveals the deep,
universal
truths of life that speak to the needs and aspirations of everyone.
Swami
Chinmayanandaji preached and educated the people and Swami Sandeep
Chaitanyaji continuing the mission by keeping this lantern burning
always
knowing the wishes of the modern generations. Arjuna got mentally
depressed
when he saw his relatives with whom he has to fight.( Mental health has

become a major international public health concern now). To motivate
him the
Bhagavad Gita is preached in the battle field Kurukshetra by Lord
Krishna to
Arjuna as a counseling to do his duty while multitudes of men stood by
waiting. It has got all the management tactics to achieve the mental
equilibrium and to overcome any crisis situation. The Bhagavad Gita can
be
experienced as a powerful catalyst for transformation. Bhagavad gita
means
song of the Spirit, song of the Lord. The Holy Gita has become a secret

driving force behind the unfoldment of one's life. In the days of doubt
this
divine book will support all spiritual searches. This divine book will
contribute to self reflection, finer feeling and deepen one's inner
process.
Then life in the world can become a real education—dynamic, full
and
joyful—no matter what the circumstance. May the wisdom of loving

consciousness ever guide us on our journey? What makes the Holy Gita a
practical psychology of transformation is that it offers us the tools
to
connect with our deepest intangible essence and we must learn to
participate
in the battle of life with right knowledge?. It shows us the path to
handle
the situation with equipoised mind irrespective of what comes our way
and
reminds us time and again, that what the right action is.

The Holy Gita is the essence of the Vedas, Upanishads. It is a
universal
scripture applicable to people of all temperaments and for all times.
It is
a book with sublime thoughts and practical instructions on Yoga,
Devotion,
Vedanta and Action. It is profound in thought and sublime in heights of

vision. It brings peace and solace to souls that are afflicted by the
three
fires of mortal existence, namely, afflictions caused by one's own body

(disease etc), those caused by beings around one (e.g. wild animals,
snakes
etc.), and those caused by the gods (natural disasters, earth-quakes,
floods
etc).

Mind can be one's friend or enemy. Mind is the cause for both bondage
and
liberation. The word mind is derived from man to think and the word man

derived from manu (sanskrit word for man).

"The Supreme Lord is situated in everyone's heart, O Arjuna, and is
directing the wanderings of all living entities, who are seated as on a

machine, made of the material energy."

There is no theory to be internalized and applied in this psychology.
Ancient practices spontaneously induce what each person needs as the
individual and the universal coincide. The work proceeds through
intellectual knowledge of the playing field (jnana yoga), emotional
devotion
to the ideal (bhakti yoga) and right action that includes both feeling
and
knowledge(karma yoga). With ongoing purification we approach wisdom.
The
Bhagavad Gita is a message addressed to each and every human individual
to
help him or her to solve the vexing problem of overcoming the present
and
progressing towards a bright future. Within its eighteen chapters is
revealed a human drama. This is the experience of everyone in this
world,
the drama of the ascent of man from a state of utter dejection, sorrow
and
total breakdown and hopelessness to a state of perfect understanding,
clarity, renewed strength and triumph.

"Freed from attachment, fear and anger, absorbed in Me, and taking
refuge in
Me, purified by the penance of knowledge, many have attained union with
My
Being." (Gita 4:10)

 

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