Niskama Karma(Selfless deeds)—Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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Prernamurti Bharti Shriji has given us the message of Nishkam karm yog of Shrimad Bhagvad Gita

Niskama Karma(Selfless deeds)

Shrimad Bhagvad Gita is more concerned with the right approach to the performance of karma rather than running away from karma. The right approach cons ists of two important aspects:

1. Sankalp(संकल्प ) sanyasa or abdication of motives.

2. Tyaga (त्याग )or offering of the results at the feet of God.

This way of doing karma (deeds) is known as niskamakarma (selfless deeds) or nivrittikarma . Shrimad Bhagvad Gita declares that one should concern oneself with the duties to be performed but not with the results that may occur. ‘Result should not be the motive of any deeds’ Shrimad Bhagvad Gita says. Eligibility of an person is to  be decided on the way of performing deeds as described by Scriptures not by person’s interest in result of work. This approach is expressed in Shrimad Bhagvad Gita by the expressions like ‘sangam tyaktva’, ‘asaktah’, ‘kamasankalpavarjita’ etc. Activity undertaken with such a frame of mind is known as niskamakarma or nivrittikarma. Such an attitude is possible only, if one understands his role in the activity correctly.

 There are basicly five factors underlying each activity according to Shrimad Bhagvad Gita.

These are:

1. Adhisthana (अधिष्ठान ) i.e., the place, the object with reference to which an activity is initiated.

2. Karta (करता ) ( i.e.,  the Jiva who is only a dependent agent.

3. Karana (कारण) i.e., the instruments i.e. Indriyas etc.

4. Vividha chesta (विविध चेस्टा) i.e. the various actions of these that are necessary for the production of results.

5. Daiva (देवा) i.e. the supreme God who is behind all these as director and regulator. One who knows this will easily realize his limited role and will be able to undertake niskamakarma.

Engaging oneself in such a nivrttikarma, one has to dedicate the results of his activity at the feet of God. This is tyaga, Gita declares it more than once. ‘Mayi servanikarmani sammyasya’ ‘[Yat karosi yad asnasi’ etc. several statements make it clear that the fulfillment of work is in the dedication of it to the God. Work is worship is the motto of Gita. ‘Svakarmanatam abhyaechya Siddhim Vindati manavah’.

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Obedience to Guru-Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

Prernatirth Yatra- The inspirational Journey of life

Prernamurti Bharti Shriji – Obedience to Guru she is an inspirational to all for attaining Guru-Bhakti and Seva that takes you across the torrential stream of Samsara …

Obedience to Guru

Even though you have lost everything in your life, every thing from you  is stolen than too you are the richest because you have ‘Sadguru’.  You have the Sadguru and Obedience to guru is your virtue than your future is brightened and glorious, you are not the looser , But the W INNER.

Guru-Bhakti and Guru-Seva terminate (if it can at all be called a termination) in Self-realisation. You will have to go on serving the Guru. The Guru will reveal the Truth to you when your self-surrender is complete, when the time is ripe. But that is not your concern. Even as Arjuna prayed for the Visvarupa-Darshana and waited for the Lord to bestow the Divya-Chakshu on him, you will have to serve, serve, and serve, and the Guru will bestow the Knowledge on you when you are ripe for It. Some deluded aspirants serve their Guru for some years and then give it up foolishly imagining that they have attained Chitta-Shuddhi. They do not gain the Supreme Knowledge; they do not reach their Goal. They, no doubt, gain some merit (Punya), but Self-realisation is not attained: this is indeed a great loss, a great blunder.

Guru-Bhakti and Seva  takes you Across the torrential stream of Samsara 

Guru-Bhakti and Guru-Seva are like the two oars to the boat of Sadhana that takes you across the torrential stream of Samsara. You cannot do without them until you reach the other shore, until you attain Immortality and Eternal Bliss, until you become a Jivanmukta. Then Guru-Bhakti itself manifests in you as Self-realisation; and Guru-Seva becomes Lokasangraha in which you automatically engage yourself.

One who has such a Guru-Bhakti, one who has totally surrendered himself to the Guru, one who serves the Guru wholeheartedly, knows no grief, no sorrow, no fear, no pain, no misery, no ignorance and he instantly attains Godrealisation: for, Guru and God are one. He attains instantaneous Knowledge and Self-Illumination. Therefore have the Upanishads also declared: “Yasya deve para bhaktiryathaa deve tathaa gurau; Tasyaite kathitaahyarthaah prakaashante mahaatmanah.” “One who has Supreme Devotion to God and equal devotion to his Guru, to such a great Mahatma will the truths of the Upanishads be clear as crystal.”

May you all shine as the embodiments of Guru-Bhakti! May you all roam about freely as Jivanmuktas in this very birth! May God bless you all with health, long life, peace prosperity and Kaivalya Moksha!

 

The above life inspiring words are the excerpts of spiritual discourses by PRERNAMURTI BHARTI SHRIJI, who is a renowned spiritual leader …an inspiration beyond imagination. PRERNAMURTI BHARTI SHRIJI has undertaken and always strives best  for betterment and upliftment of the mankind through various religious  and socialactivities.clickfor Youtubechannel here.

Prernatirth Yatra–The inspirational journey of life

Prernatirth Yatra–The inspirational journey of life

Prernamurti Bharti Shriji__Prernamurti Bharti Shriji"s presence was welcomed by Somnath Mandir Trust. Somnath the holy place of the Aadi Jyotirling, Shree Somnath Mahadev and the sacred soil from where Lord Shri Krishna took his last journey to His abode.
Prernamurti Bharti Shriji’s glorified journey was carried out in Somnath temple, Organised by the temple trust , where devotees from all over India got privilege of her divine darshanas and spiritual discourse.

Somnath temple stands at the shore of the Arabian ocean on the western corner of Indian subcontinent in Gujarat State. This pilgrimage is one of the oldest and finds its reference in the ancient texts like Skandpuran, Shreemad Bhagavd Gita, Shivpurana etc. The hymn from Rig-Veda quoted below mentions the Lord Someshwar along with the great pilgrimage like Holy rivers Ganges, Yamuna and Eastward Saraswati. This signifies the ancient value of this pilgrimage.

Prernamurti Bharti Shriji’s  glorified journey was carried  out in Somnath temple, Organised by the temple trust , where devotees from all over India  got privilege of her divine darshanas and spiritual discourse.

Prernatirth Yatra--The inspirational journey of life Prernamurti Bharti Shriji at Somnath, devotees from all over India got privilege of her divine darshanas and spiritual discourse.
Prernamurti Bharti Shriji at Somnath, devotees from all over India got privilege of her divine darshanas and spiritual discourse.
Prernatirth Yatra--The inspirational journey of life__Prernamurti Bharti Shriji at Somnath, devotees from all over India got privilege of her divine darshanas and spiritual discourse.
Prernamurti Bharti Shriji’s glorified KIRTAN YATRA was carried out in Somnath temple, Organised by the temple trust , where devotees from all over India got privilege of her divine darshanas and spiritual discourse.

North of Somnath, en route to Veraval, is the famous Lord Krishna temple, Bhalka Tirtha,

Prernatirth Yatra--The inspirational journey of life__After Somnath the glorified journey of Prernamurti Bharti Shriji was carried out at Balkha Tirth, where Lord Krishna is said to have been mistakenly shot in the foot.
After Somnath the glorified journey of Prernamurti Bharti Shriji was carried out at Balkha Tirth, where Lord Krishna is said to have been mistakenly shot in the foot.

Nearby is Dehotsarg, where He succumbed to His mortal wound. The temple at Bhalka Tirth is known as Mahaprabhuji’s Bethak, and a basil  tree has been planted in Lord Krishna’s memory. At the Dehotsarg Tirth, in the 9th century AD Shri Vallabhacharya gave discourses on Shrimad Bhagvat Gita for seven days, as well as the revered Gita Mandir, which has eighteen marble pillars with a chapter from the Bhagvat Gita inscribed on each one. The temple also contains a beautiful tribhangi idol of Lord Krishna playing his flute.

Prernatirth Yatra--The inspirational journey of life__After Balkha Tirth the journey was carried to The Geetamandir where the divine message of Shrimad Bhagavat Gita is carved on eighteen marble pillars.
After Balkha Tirth the journey was carried to The Geetamandir where the divine message of Shrimad Bhagavat Gita is carved on eighteen marble pillars.

The Geetamandir has been built here where the divine message of Shrimad Bhagavat Gita is carved on eighteen marble pillars. Shri Lakshminarayan temple is located close by. The Balramjiki Gufa is the place from where Lord Shrikrishna’s elder brother Balaramji took journey to His final abode.

Prernatirth Yatra--The inspirational journey of life__After the Gita mandir darshan, the journey was forward carried to Triveni Ghat in Somnath the meeting point of three holy rivers – Kapil, Hiran and a mystical River Saraswati
After the Gita mandir darshan, the journey was forward carried to Triveni Ghat in Somnath the meeting point of three holy rivers – Kapil, Hiran and a mystical River Saraswati

Triveni Ghat in Somnath is the meeting point of three holy rivers – Kapil, Hiran and a mystical River Saraswati, which are believed to be flowing to their ultimate destination – Arabian Sea. These stages of rivers where they meet and then flow together to the sea symbolises human birth, life and death.

Prernatirth Yatra--The inspirational journey of life__After Triveni Snan devotees in devine presence of Pujya Shriji Prernatirth yatra carried onto its next spot i.e Veneshwar mahadev mandir.
After Triveni Snan devotees in devine presence of Pujya Shriji Prernatirth yatra carried onto its next spot i.e Veneshwar mahadev mandir.

Rajputa Vaja clan was in charge of Somnath during the Muslim desecrations. The devotional episode of the princess Veni is said to have been depicted in the novel by Shri K.M. Munshi. The temple was outside of the fort wall of Prabhas Pattan at the time of holy war with Gazani. The soldiers of Gazani attempted an abduction of the princess Veni, an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva who used to regularly visit the temple to offer her services to the Lord Shiva. The traditions maintain that the Shiva linga spontaneously got divided and the princess got buried into it. The Shiva temple here is known as Veneshwar temple after the fond memory of the divine episode of Veni.

The glorified carried onto place where Pujya Lilashshji Maharaj did penance and attended Nirvana. after that Dakshinmukhi Ganpati Mandir and behind that Swayambhu Shivlinga, there were many Shiv Lnga but the one appeared only once in  month else covered with Sea water.

                                                                          To be continued………………………..

The above life inspiring moments are the excrepts of spiritual Prernatirth Yatra by PRERNAMURTI BHARTI SHRIJI, who is a renowed spiritual leader …an inspiration beyond imagination. PRERNAMURTI BHARTI SHRIJI has undertaken and always strives best  for betterment and upliftment of the mankind through various religious  and social activities and for Youtube channel click.

‘GYAN KI GEHRAI’ (THE DEPTH OF WISDOM)

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FROM THE RAREST OF RARE SATSANG EXTRACTS FROM OUR REVERED H.H. MAIYA JI’S BOOK ‘GYAN KI GEHRAI’ (THE DEPTH OF WISDOM)

‘GYAN KI GEHRAI’ (THE DEPTH OF WISDOM)

Continued from the book GYAN KI GEHRAI (THE DEPTH OF WISDOM)

Devotee: Ma! How would we come to know as to which state of Sadhna  have we attained?

Maiyaji : Don’t worry about your state of Sadhna . leave everything to God but that doesn’t mean at all that one should stop doing his efforts. Do not waste your time in unnecessary gossip. Save that precious time & get deeply engrossed in Sadhna.

Devotee: ma! How should we do Sadhna ?

Maiyaji : One needs to have traits of ‘abhyasa’(practice) and Vairagya (detachment) and the stage of Vairagya should be such that you get detached from the pleasures of even ‘Brahmloka’(heavenly abode).

Devotee: Ma, What is Vairagya?

Maiyaji: Detachment from all the attractions or pleasures of this world and beyond.

Devotee: Maiya ji , What is ‘Upraamta’?

Maiyaji: knowing the momentary existence of available luxuries and being indifferent to those is called Upraamta.

GYAN KI GEHRAI (THE DEPTH OF WISDOM)

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FROM THE RAREST OF RARE SATSANG EXTRACTS FROM OUR REVERED H.H. MAIYA JI’S BOOK ‘GYAN KI GEHRAI’ (THE DEPTH OF WISDOM)

 

Continued from the book GYAN KI GEHRAI (THE DEPTH OF WISDOM)

Devotee:  Ma, who is a sadhak?

Maiyaji : One who is an austere. One who achieves the Ultimate goal of life.

Devotee: What is the Ultimate goal?

Maiyaji : Refraining from worldly pleasures, devotion for God and freeing oneself from the cycle of birth & death.

Devotee: Ma, What is the strength of a Sadhak?

Maiyaji: Prayer is the strength of a sadhak. Just like a mother fulfills the desires of her crying child, similarly, that Supreme Lord listens to the  prayers of a bhakta(devotee) filled with Aart Bhaava(intense urge) . When you remove the words from a prayer, only emotions are left, that is most dear to God.

Devotee: Maiya ji , What are the barriers in Sadhna(spiritual practices)?

Maiyaji: The sadhak should not depend upon his future or destiny for sadhna nor should he get disappointed but must keep doing his/her efforts.

GYAN KI GEHRAI (THE DEPTH OF WISDOM)

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FROM THE RAREST OF RARE SATSANG EXTRACTS FROM OUR REVERED H.H. MAIYA JI’S BOOK ‘GYAN KI GEHRAI’ (THE DEPTH OF WISDOM)

Continued from the book GYAN KI GEHRAI (THE DEPTH OF WISDOM)

 

Devotee : Ma, What is the main goal of human life?

Ma: the ultimate goal of human life is Realisation of Self. May one take one birth or thousands, but one has to achieve this goal.

 

Devotee: Ma what should we do to achieve this goal?

Ma: Do sadhna(spiritual practices), seek company of Saints and follow their preachings.

 

Devotee: Ma, what is sadhna?

Ma: By doing which, the thoughts, mind & heart uplifts, becomes peaceful, enhances devotion towards God, is called sadhna. There is a story in Vedanta ,that ,just like a bird who is surrounded by sea from all sides, when gets tired by flying non stop, it takes shelter on the same boat from which it took its flight, same way, our senses, in disguise of that bird ,when get tired by roaming here and there the entire time,  come and take its shelter in its soul. After working for whole day,  when you get tired, go within your Self and get One with Him(the Supreme Lord). Like , the bird after taking rest on the boat, again starts flying, same way, our senses after taking some rest again roam here and there.

BRINGING BACK OUR ROAMING VRATTI(SENSES) TO THAT ONE SUPREME BEING IS CALLED “SADHNA”.

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