Bring light to Your Darkness: Patanjali Yoga Sutras 76 Nithyananda Morning Satsang 07 Dec 2010
Living enlightened master and avatar Paramahamsa Nithyananda continued reviving the Patanjali Yoga Sutras No. 76, chapter 2, 26th verse. The main message -- "Bring Light into your Darkness". Yes, it is directly possible to bring light by simply avoiding ignorance and by living in a space where we don't confuse matter and consciousness, where only pure inner space remains. Nithyananda beautifully termed this space as "Unified Field -- Advaita Samrajya, Advaita anubhuti" . This 'Oneness', he elaborated is not some verbal concept, it is a living reality. This can be achieved by the practice of 'avoiding ignorance' in life at all costs. He reminded us again not to make any decisions, any strategy planning based on incomplete, illogical, irresponsible logic and its inconclusive conclusions. This can directly lead us to Enlightenment itself! And "Suddenly you will see the very idea that you are body will be questioned by you. So whole thing will tumble down. You will fall into the space of unified field." Not only success and peace in the outer world, success and peace in the inner world will happen in you. In His words, He shared the ultimate technique to solve any problem. He says, "I tell you, having clarity about moral problems as moral, political as political, legal as legal, spiritual as spiritual, economical as economical is Energy. When energy happens in you, first this clarity comes to you. Chaotic union does not happen in you. It is just energy." "Energy brings intelligence, intelligence brings energy. It's like a virtuous cycle. If you are more energetic you became more intelligent, if you are more intelligent you became more energetic." In conclusion he stressed: Avoid ignorance. As a result there will not be confusion between matter and consciousness. You will be in the pure inner space. "When you go on making decisions, strategies, with conclusive logic, the conclusive restful awareness, anything that happens after that you will have the intelligence to stand up. No attack can shake you. Stirred not shaken. If you go on making decisions based on your logical conclusions maybe somebody will try to stir you but nobody can shake you."