Now I have to be complete and only in complete samadhi……!!1

In every corner of the heart,
among the signatures of countless instincts
Some familiar, self-possessed mystic every moment
keep humming something like a madman
whose wounded words
have kept control over my every single breath.

Mystery grew in the womb of this message,
Ripped chest of researched references so far
which no longer seem to exist
Nor is there any faith left now
on the previously accumulated beliefs.

“I have seen myself burning in your memory,
Now I will see burning in your fire.”

You hum my fakir, and hum further more,
Come with me, come and sing in swinging
and swinging mood, hug me atleast now
And with your countless affectionate pats
Cleanse those dissonant notes of mine,
who have created turmoil since birth after birth
And just by getting entangled in
the windows of lovely memories
Till now kept me away from HIS flames
In which only by burning after burning,
and scorching in the flames of the blazing pyre
of all the remaining thoughts
Now I have to be complete and only in complete samadhi. ©

Humble Wishes.
~mrityunjayanand.
🙇🙇🙇🙇🙇
 

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Those are the happiest moments of my life when any one asks me about most Revered Gurudev….!!!

Those are the happiest moments of my life when any one asks me about most Revered Gurudev.
Such a moment happened once few years back when dear blessed soul Sushrut Badhe asked:

“Your master’s image you did share, with so much love and care,
Whose voice was speaking was unknown, your master’s through you or lord krishna’s own?….
Oh! If on earth is a relation divine,
The Guru-Shishya is, it s thine…..May i request you to share- his name and some history from where he came?”

And what I replied was this:
All glories to revered Gurudev dear blessed soul Sushrut Badhe.

Let me share, what I feel is that one who gets totally dissolved with own identity is real sage or Sant (Swayam+Annt).
When nothing exists, which name can be given to such an accomplished and totally enlightened sage?

Such liberated man, who knows that Lord Krishn-God of the gods of all worlds-is the recipient and enjoyer
of
the offerings of all yagya and penances, and that he is the selfless well-wisher of all beings-knowing
all this he achieves the ultimate repose.

Lord Krishn says that he is the enjoyer of the worshipper’s yagya of inhaled and exhaled breath as well as of austerities.
He is the one in whom yagya and penances are at last dissolved and so their doer comes to Him,
the ultimate serenity that results from the completion of yagya.

The worshipper, liberated from desire by selfless action,
knows Lord Krishn and realizes him as soon as he is blessed with this knowledge.
This is named peace; and the one who achieves it becomes just as Lord Krishn is.

Like all others, a sage has to be born somewhere.
But whether such an individual is born in the East or West,
among whatever race or colour, among followers of some existing creed or barbarous tribes, or among the poor or rich,
the sage is unshackled by the established traditions of the people among whom he or she is born.
A sage rather holds God as his supreme goal,
sets upon the way that leads towards him,
and
ultimately becomes what that Supreme Being is.

I have such a regard for revered Gurudev that even its very difficult for me to mention
how people know him by his so called name.
But since you have a desire to know, let me share that people know him by the name of “Swami Adgadanand Jee Paramhans.” He does not like to live at permanent place and hence his availability has to be confirmed first prior to reach to him.

Bow down in lotus feet of most Revered Gurudev.
🙇🙇🙇🙇🙇
Humble Wishes!!!
~mrityunjayanand.
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I think from whom to know….?


I think from whom to know
on the periphery of the great void
Stumbled by the relentless journey,
In the waning evening of weary life,
Why does my shadow look so long now?

Before the whole existence is extinct,
I have to reach that focal point of the infinite circumference,
Where the cranial action of my sanskars itself
I can settle and merge forever with that
In the great void, ahead to which in the free sky,
Flying with open wings, with a pure heart,
I can see that supreme light there
Where even the sun or moon is not marked.

The end of the journey of a disciplined life should also be disciplined,
So I cover all the windows of past memories,
So that now countless people who throw stones, again
Never be able to take a sick blow at cheerful swans,
Those who churn pearls in Chidakash with the Paramhansas.
Humble Wishes.
~ mrityunjayanand.©

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The regulation of the incoming and outgoing breath……???

This question has been raised to me
with the request
to throw light upon this.
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Lord Krishn has taught the necessity of contemplating
the incoming and outgoing breath
for the realization of this sage’s state in Bhgavad Gita.

In Chapter 4, he has taught us of offering pran to apan,
of sacrificing apan to pran, and of the regulation
of
both the life winds while giving the account of the process of yagya.
The same subject is taken up here.

He has taught in Bhagavad Gita :

“That sage is liberated for ever who shuts out of his mind
all objects of sensual pleasure,

keeps his eyes centered between the two brows,
regulates his pran and apan,
conquers his senses,
mind and intellect,
and
whose mind is fixed on salvation.”

Lord Krishn reminds Arjun of the vital need of excluding from the mind
all thoughts of external objects
as well as of keeping eyes fixed steadily between the two brows.
Keeping eyes between the brows does not simply mean
concentrating them at something.
It is rather that while the worshipper is sitting erect,
his eyes should be pointed ahead in a straight line from the midpoint
between the brows;
they should not wander about restlessly and look right and left.

Keeping the eyes aligned
with the ridge of the nose- we must be careful
that
we do not start watching the nose-and balancing pran against apan
(Inhale and Exhail breath)
and keeping the eyes steadily fixed all the while,
we should direct the vision of mind,
the Soul, to the breath and let him watch it: when does the breath go in,
how long is it held-if it is held in for only half a second,
we should not try to prolong it by force, and how long does it stay out?

It is hardly necessary to say that the intoning name
consisting of two or two and half letters
(preferably Om or Ram)
in the breath will ring audibly.
Thus when the vision of mind learns to concentrate steadily
on the inhaled and exhaled breath,
breathing will gradually become constant, firm, and balanced.
There will be then neither generation of inner desires
nor assaults on the mind and heart by desires from external sources.
Thoughts of external pleasure have already been shut out;
now there will not even arise inner desires.

Contemplation then stands steady and straight like a stream of oil.

A stream of oil does not descend like water, drop by drop;

it comes down in a constant, unbroken line.

Similar to this is the motion of the breath of a sage of attainment.

So the man, who has balanced his pran and apan,
conquered his senses, mind and intellect,
freed himself from desire, and fear and anger,
perfected contemplative discipline,
and
taken refuge in salvation, is ever-liberated.

This is in brief regulation of the incoming and outgoing breath.

Bow down in lotus feet of most revered Gurudev for such teaching to me.

May be an image of child and sitting

Humble Wishes.
~mrityunjayanand.

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यदि रुकता नहीं तो क्या करता, रास्ता कहीं और था, काफिले कहीं और थे…….???

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”Om purnamadah purnamidam purnat purnamudachyate……!!!!

  • ”Om purnamadah purnamidam purnat purnamudachyate
  • purnasya purnamadaya purnamevavashisyate

Om Shaantih Shaantih Shaanti.”

That is whole; this is whole;
From that whole this whole came;
From that whole, this whole removed,
What remains is whole.
Or:
”What is visible is the infinite. What is invisible is also the infinite.
Out of the Infinite Being the finite has come, yet being infinite, only infinite remains.
Peace in my heart, peace with each other, peace in the cosmos.”

Normally we fail to understand it’s correct essence.

The faith of all persons is according to their natural inclination. Person is by nature a creature of faith. It is thus that a person’s character bears a close resemblance to the character of their faith.

We are often asked who we are. Some of us say that we are Soul. But enlightened masters contradict this: like the nature of their inherent disposition is their faith, and so thus is the person.

Maharshi Patanjali was also a yogi and we have his yog system of philosophy. According to him yog is perfect restraint of the mind. And the use of this arduous discipline is that in this state the onlooker, the individual Soul enshrined in the human body, comes to rest firmly in his own eternal, true counterpart.

Is he tainted before this union ?

In Patanjali’s view the Soul is earlier the same as the predilection of the person who embodies it. Person is naturally endowed with the quality of faith, indeed totally immersed in it. There is some dedication in him and he/she is moulded by the character of his/her faith. A person is what his/her natural inclination is.

Bhagavad Gita sings:

“As blazing fire turns fuel to ashes,
so verily O Arjun,
the fire of knowledge reduces all action to ashes.”

Here we have a portrayal, not of an introduction to knowledge through which one approaches yagya, but of the culmination of knowledge or perception of God, in which there is first the destruction of all unrighteous inclinations and in which then even the act of meditation is dissolved.

The one who had to be attained to has been attained. Now who is there to look for by further meditation? The sage with the wisdom that arises from perception of God brings his actions to an end. But where does this perception of God occur and true essence of PURNAMADAH PURNAMIDAM totally gets realized?

Is it an external or internal phenomenon?

And then adds Bhagavad Gita:

“Doubtlessly nothing in the world
is
more purifying than this knowledge
and your heart will realize it spontaneously
when you have attained to perfection on the Way of Action.”

Nothing in this world purifies as this knowledge does. And this knowledge will be manifest to the doer alone, not to anyone else, when his practice of yog has reached maturity, not at its inception, not in the middle, not externally but within his heart-within his Self.

This is important to be understood very transparently.

Humble Wishes!!!
🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

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