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The views expressed by the members  are their personal interpretation and perception inspired by Sri bhavaghni guruji's wisdom talks 

To escape from sin ( Papam nundi bayatapadalante )

Salutations to Sadguru, my Master

97When we want to escape from sin, we must thoroughly understand the nature and extent of sin. In order to closely examine the real meaning of the word sin, we must turn to the most standard revealed scriptural texts for help. Therefore let us now see what Srimad Bhagavad Gita, the most authentic, concise and comprehensive Vedanta text has to say regarding the subject sin.

sukha-duhkhe same krtva labhalabhau jayajayau  !
                        tato yuddhaya yujyasva naivam papam avapsyasi !             ch2/38

When you confront with dualities such as profit/loss, victory/defeat, heat/cold etc which disturb the mind to lose peace and stability fluctuating between elation and depression, you must fight to maintain equanimity. You would not incur any sin in this battle.

Further by saying "aham tva sarva-papebhyo moksayisyami" (I get you out of all the sins) it indicates that sin is not a singular entity but plural.

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Absolute Righteousness ( Parama dharmam )

Salutations to Sadguru, my Master

33All people wish to acquire a state of well being. But what is well being is little known to all in general. Those few who really know what is well being are practically always perpetually in that state of well being. In order to be happy, peaceful and contented whatever one must hold on to is called well being. Well being means purity without attachment. Well being means righteousness, the eternally stable nature itself. Well being means wisdom of the highest order.

Srimad Bhagavad Gita says;

karpanya-dosopahata-svabhavah !
prcchami tvam dharma-sammudha-cetah !
yac chreyah syan niscitam bruhi tan me !
                                  sisyas te 'ham sadhi mam tvam prapannam !                         ch2/7

Because of ignorance I am in a pitiable situation unable to decide what is right for me. Hence I beseech you as your subject to dictate to me what is right for me.

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Sampradaan Introduction

The entire world is getting advanced with a rocket speed. The technology that you use today will become outdated in no time. In such a fast moving world parents are busy with their jobs & commitments and the children are also busy with their tight schedules. The time that parents and children spend together is decreasing gradually. Teachers will be spending more time with children but, they have several obligations to be fulfilled in the scheduled time. Therefore there is no one who is finding time to teach children about what is good and what is not good, consequently these days we have been listening about the following happening around us.

  • An under graduate student attacked a girl with acid because she denied his proposal.
  • 10th class students were caught in the hostel while drinking alcohol.
  • Five students were caught while copying, all of them were debarred.
  • 8th class students got addicted to drugs.
  • A girl committed suicide because of daily harassment by a senior student.
  • Two groups of students belong to two different casts fought, they were taken into custody – CI
  • An intermediate student with reckless driving met with an accident.
  • A 10th class student who got less marks than expected committed suicide and expired.

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Realize yourself ( Atmavan bhava )

Salutations to Sadguru, my Master

113By rational analysis and reasoning Srimad Bhagavad Gita establishes in the second chapter called Sankhya Yoga that you are not the physical body but you are embodied, that you are not any perishable stuff, that you are always omnipresent, stable, immovable, eternal, non expendable, invisible, unemotional, unthinkable self. All that you know of is perceived by one or more of your five senses or imagined by your mind. But your real self can not be perceived by senses, nor imagined by mind. Therefore you are not of the known. The answer to the question of who I am and how I am is jnana or knowledge of reality.

trai-gunya-visaya veda nistraigunyo bhavarjuna !
nirdvandvo nitya-sattva-stho niryoga-ksema atmavan ! ch2/45

Every thing known to man is inherently endowed with either of three modes of nature/tendency. Only the eternal reality is beyond influence of these three modes of nature. Therefore if you have to realize your true self, you must rise above all these thee modes of nature.

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