Guruvakya - The words of the Master

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Mantra-Dhyana-Mulam

Dhyana mulam Gurur murtim
Puja mulam, Gurur padam
Mantra mulam, Gurur vakyam
Moksha mulam, Gurur kripa

The root of meditation is in the form of the Guru
The roots of worship are the Lotus Feet of the Guru
The roots of the Mantra are the words of the Guru
The root of liberation is the grace of the Guru

 

Gurupurnima is the festival of light

Gurupurnima is the festival of Light.
That light, that flame is Parabrahma, the Supreme. Without that Light the darkness of ignorance cannot be removed. Today we pray to the masters. Without their blessing liberation is not possible.

Darshan

…Bharama Jal Me Phase He, Prabhu Vega Sudhi Lena…

Itna To Karana Guruji, Darshana Jaldi Dena

Itna To Karana Dayalu, Darshana Jaldi Dena…

“Lord, Gurudev, be merciful…at least that much…give me quickly Darshan again. Bharama Jal Me Phase He… I am caught by the net of the doubts, and complexes. Lord, take care of me, quickly. Be merciful and give me Darshan, again and again.”

Satsang is the boat

Satsang is the boat to cross the Maya or worldly ocean. If we sing a bhajan of Mahaprabhuji or other saints, they become the captain of our satsang. Their energy comes to us in their subtle or energy body even if the great saints have left ages before. As soon as we remember them, their energy is there. When we remember the Divine, this energy comes and takes place in our consciousness, our imagination, our intuition, our feelings and intellect.

Sanatana Dharma

Yoga teaches that where ever there is energy there is movement. Where there is movement there is life. Where there is life there is development. Where there is development there is success. There is a God’s light in every life. Everything was created by God who is the source of all things – this is called “Sanatana Dharma” or eternal religion. Sanatana means relationship and Dharma means duty – we should realise our relationship with God. Yoga is a path that leads into the unity with Him.