Take Master’s Words to Heart
Today’s (27th April, 2015) Nithya Satsang on Ishavasya Upanishad in Living Advaita Series. Paramahamsa Nithyananda elaborates on the context to keep seeking alive and pure. Without the right context of seeking the Truth, even renunciation is used to justify laziness, non-action, dumbness. But, real renunciation is action—from grassing the cow to milking, churning curd, offering ghee (clarified butter) to Divine or Guru, which is authentic seeking. Master’s words are the only anchor from the other Enlightened plane of Existence to save us from drowning in samsāra, the ocean of delusion and bondage. The highest spiritual practice is catching the Master’s words and constantly reinventing, restrategizing yourself. An Avatar, Incarnation lands to wake us up and makes whatever is too good to be true–true. Isha Upanishad – Verse 10 anyad evāhur vidyayā-anyad āhur avidyayā | iti śuśruma dhīrāṇaṁ ye nastad vicacakṣire || 10 || Today’s Vakyartha Sadas, topic for spiritual explorations on Truth is — “Keeping the purity of your seeking. So again the subject for today’s Vakyartha Sadas, I wanted it to be – keeping your seeking pure and how not to take the Master’s words for granted; how not to take Him (Master) for granted, take his words for granted. I wanted this to be your subject for Vakyartha Sadas today.