Innocent Surrender Not Ignorant Surrender
Innocent Surrender Not Ignorant Surrender (Satsang of 2 feb 2016) "This verse really awakens the feeling connection….finally connecting you to the Source. Even in prayer what a maturity! Celebrate your desires getting matured.."" utters Paramahamsa Nithyananda, dwelling into the sweet devotional depths and peaks of matured surrender and renunciation in the 18th mantra of Isavasya Upansihad in evening Nithya Satsang, 2 February 2016 in Living Advaita Series of revelations. Precisely distinguishing what is Innocent Surrender and Ignorant Surrender, He defines, Innocent Surrender as ""knowing everything about surrender and not being afraid of it."" With surrender our desires and fear get matured. Ability to make old desires and fears redundant, is Renunciation, is the ability to be alive. No more do we dwell in hypocrisy of society. Ignorant Surrender is when we do not know what is surrender, but try to throw responsibility in the name of surrender, as a bargain. agne naya supathā rāye asmān viśvāni deva vayunāni vidvān | yuyodhy asmaj juhurāṇam eno bhūyiṣṭhāṁ te nama-uktiṁ vidhema || 18 || Translation: ""O Agne, the Fire God! Knower of all our actions and all that is worth knowing, You must take us along the righteous and auspicious path of completion, leading us to experience the Supreme Consciousness, the original space of Complete Completion. O God, Consciousness! May you remove all our incompletions that are obstacles on our good path of completion (beyond coming and going, birth and death). Onto You we surrender with many reverential words, bowing down again and again."