Will Persistence of the Greatest Siddha Purusha
Bhagawan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam addresses the problem a human being faces when he takes up living enlightenment as a full time lifestyle, as part of an aadheenam or parivarajaka or as a seeker. The biggest problem they create for themselves is laziness and unintegrated life, which causes the worstdestruction. This kind of an uninspired life is listed as the worst obstacle in the revealed scriptures Shashtanga Yoga by Paramashiva, as well as later as the Apta Pramana of Patanjali in Ashtanga Yoga. This entangles you in the worst delusion - Trobhava - where you collapse lower than even the natural selection process. At least in the outer world, He reveals, you maintain fundamental integrity out of peer pressure, fear and greed of the societal structure and external accomplishments. But in Living Enlightenment you need to make the conscious conscious selection which you fail to do, and collapse lower than even the regular natural selection process. This is why Hinduism has such less number of being getting enlightened compared to Buddhism, Jainism and other religions. Swamiji pays His respects and His glowing tribute to one of the greatest living Siddha Purushas, and one of the greatest Shaivite saints of the modern day, Sri Sri Shivakumara Swamigalu, founder of Siddaganga Matt Tumkur, a powerful Lingayat, religious leader, humanitarian and Padma Bhushan Laureate, and his extreme integrity to the sacred Shiva Puja even while on the hospital bed. This intensity is what creates the spiritual ecosystem, is what creates Kailaasa, Swamiji says.