Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 20, 2012
Madurai, India, 20th June 2012: In a early morning discourse from India, His Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda inspired his followers world wide to start teaching and sharing the higher truths of existence, which they have understood and experienced from him. He inspired them to start practicing yoga, devotion and contemplation intensely as a means to explore and discover their higher possibilities and to start teaching this science.
Paramahamsa Nithyananda continued his daily discourses by revealing and explaining the sacred secrets from the Hindu Scripture Bhagavad Gita. It was chapter 5 and 5th verse.
Yatsaankhyaih praapyate sthaanam tadyogairapi gamyate |
ekam saankhyam cha yogam cha yah pasyati sa pasyati || 5 ||
Translation: Only the one who perceives that the state achieved through intense action and discriminative knowledge as one and the same, attains the ultimate truth.
Paramahamsa Nithyananda explained the verse by saying, “usually human beings have innate hatred towards work, the intense action; and if somehow they develop the attitude of intense action, then they have hatred towards just sitting and contemplating on their own self. People either move towards contemplation -mental work or intense action – physical work. This makes them move from one extreme to the other. It is very rare that spiritually evolved people perceive both as one and the same.”
The key to realizing the ultimate truth of one’s own self and the puzzle of life, Paramahamsa Nithyananda said is to instead bridge both extremes by samyama (exploring and discovering one’s maximum possibilities – physically, mentally, emotionally and at conscious level) through intense action and through intense contemplation.
His Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda said, “Intense Contemplation is necessary to refine the intense actions so that the actions are not caused by the illusion component of delusion which is maaya. Actions even if intense, driven by maaya of the world, will not make one realize the higher truths of the self, divine or the world. Instead if the illusion component is removed from delusion, what remains is divine. For example, in Vedanta, there is a beautiful simile where, in the darkness a rope is mistaken for a snake and makes one to have fear and run away. The illusion of snake, makes one to have the delusion of fear and intense action of running away. Removing the illusion in delusion, will makes one to not act at those moments.”
He revealed that, exploring and discovering one’s various possibilities in the physical level is yoga; in the mental level, it is siddhis (extraordinary powers); in the emotional level is bhakti (devotion and feeling connection with the divine energy) and in the conscious level it is enlightenment itself.
Paramahamsa Nithyananda inspired all his followers to start sharing the truths and concepts which they have understood, immediately with the world. He said, this is a technique which will lead to exploring and discovering their own possibilities even if in the beginning it seems like a small stream, it will start expressing like a gushing river.
Paramahamsa Nithyananda declared that all the Dhyanapeetam Centers, meditation halls, schools, temples, healing camps will stand as reminders to human beings to explore and discover all their innate possibilities.
Paramahamsa Nithyananda recalled how in his own life from the age of three, his Yoga Guru, Raghupati Yogi trained him in intense yogic practices which prepared his system to experience the higher truths when uttered to him, by another enlightened master Ramsurat Kumar.
He said, that by intense samyama – exploring and discovering one’s possibilities at various levels, the delusion of fear transforms into pre-cautiousness, the delusion of ego becomes self confidence and the arrogance transforms into a unique expression of one’s true self.
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