Enlightenment Is Readiness For Action
In 28th may 2012 morning's talk on Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 4 Verse 38, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (Swamiji) describes a process for developing "the wealth of our inner space". He tells us that in any area of life where we are spontaneously ready for intense action, we exhibit spiritual treasure. Our ability to engage in intense action without urging or fatigue is truly interior wealth. When we apply this priniciple to our consciousness, we achieve enlightenment itself. Paramahamsa enjoins us to meditate daily to reveal any field in which we have not yet perfected the response of spontaneous readiness for action, and cultivate it into flowering. Bhagavad Gita (Song of God) is a timeless treatise on the essence of living enlightenment. The Gita was imparted by the enlightened Hindu incarnation Sri Krishna to the warrior-prince Arjuna over 5000 years ago. Amazingly, the spiritual wisdom and life solutions offered in the Gita are so universal and current that it is even today used as a personal transformation guide.