Saturday, March 20, 2010

"Self-realisation is the key to happiness by Sadguru Nannagaru"

"How do you cut a jack fruit without sullying your hands? Apply oil to them first and proceed with the job. Similarly, the oil of ‘Gnana' will prevent you from getting into a mess in this world. After obtaining Gnana, you can perform actions without any attachment," he says. In such an easy to understand manner, he brings home high philosophy to the ordinary folk.

Ishwara's grace is always there. Hanuman with subtle body blesses you. Try spiritual journey with fullness and without separateness. Salvation is permanent the rest is temporary. The undiluted happiness, unbroken, endless,fullest peace, joy you get from saints, advanced souls, elevated souls, highly cultured, perforated Souls, realized souls. The presence is enough, enough is enough, spoken, written expression as if it overflows from the already full cup of coffee. A saint's tongue is in his Heart. He preaches with love. If you do not get peace and clarity, it is my fault. Satpurusha (the enlightened soul) has experienced the truth and then preaches. It is a Heart to Heart talk.

"Do not get attracted towards miracles. It will lead to the diversion of the mind of the truth seeker. The practitioners do it to gain fame and in the process they develop an ego that they are above everyone. It is a waste of time and energy to go to such people."

For spiritualism to grow, one should give importance to preaching. Unfortunately in Hinduism, while no importance is given to preaching, undue importance is given to rituals. Preaching will develop interest in the individual devotees and then they would practice what they learn and ultimately realise the truth.

The present day society is only concerned about how much wealth a person has and not how he had earned it. People are now concentrating only on ‘artha' and ‘kama' leaving the other two – ‘dharma' and ‘moksha'. Only when a person earns wealth through proper means he can attain salvation.

"All men want happiness, which is in one's spiritual heart. Instead of looking for it within oneself, they start searching for it elsewhere. When one is in the waking state (awake), he/she is not happy and when in deep sleep, they are happy but unaware of it. Realization is simultaneously experiencing both happiness and awareness"