The Eyes of God — Part 1

February 19, 2018

Namah Te dear All,

i hope this message finds all my fellow seekers infinitely, incessantly and independently Joyous!

Bhagavati Sita’s favourite description of Bhagavan Rama is Karuna-nidhana (the source of compassion). Post restoring Sugriva as the king of the monkeys, Bhagavan Rama encouraged Sugriva to enjoy the pleasures-possessions-positions of the kingdom while He waited out chaturmasya (the 4 months of the rainy season) in the jungle…

Our egos have blinded us to God’s world. What does God’s world look like? Let us see what Bhagavan Rama saw in the jungle through our E-Vichara

E-Vichara (February 19, 2018) — — The Eyes of God — Part 1

  • yatha drshti tatha srshti (as one’s vision so one’s creation) — a steady and sincere seeker never utters the words ‘but’, ‘busy’, ‘because’, etc., they accept full responsibility for the sorrows and joys in their life
  • An independent householder is like a dancing peacock — for a householder managing diverse responsibilities cheerfully and dedicatedly, when a devotee of God comes home, this meeting is celebrated like a festival
  • A shallow friendship is like unseen lightning — friendships based on pleasantries, appearances, exchanges, never prevail hence are not friendships
  • A learned teacher is like a heavy cloud — the gauge of how much one knows is how much they do not know, a catalyst to humility
  • An inclusive personality is like an unerodable mountain — the more one practices love the more one will have to endure the judgements and jealousies of those who love less
  • An exclusive personality is like a swelling stream — those who can count their good actions keep on counting and keep on making noise about the same