Poojya Swamiji and Mā will reach Delhi on Oct 26. They will stay at Centre for Inner Resources Development (CIRD), Vasundhara, and will depart for Jamshedpur on Nov 15, 2016. Programme Details available here.
USA Jñāna Yajña (Sep 04 to 26): Poojya Swamiji along with Mā will leave for USA on Sep 04 and return to Ashram by Sep 28. Brni. Namrata Swaroopa and Smt. Mala Sridhar (from Kenya) will accompany them. The programs will be held in Orange County (Southern California) from Sep 04 to Sep 13 and in Washington DC Metro Area from Sep 14 to 26. Click here for details.
Jñāna Yajña in Malaysia (Aug 10 - 24): Poojya Swamiji along with Mā will leave for Malaysia on Aug 09. Brni. Namrata Swaroopa will accompany them. They will stay at the Society for Inner Resources Development (SIRD), Petaling Jaya. They will return to the Ashram on Aug 24.
Poojya Swamiji says that the real focus
Poojya Swamiji says that the real focus
Swami Nirviseshananda Tirthaji, a renunciate disciple of Poojya Swamiji, is known for his scientific expositions which are a source of inspiration to seekers. Read More...
Actions are basically of three levels: physical actions, vocal actions and mental actions. In every level, there will be countless actions. Each of them is associated with its specific object result. So far as karma results are concerned, thus, there is no limit. But all these karmas and their respective results will together bring about in man’s mind only three mental responses or outcomes: ishta, favourable, anishta, unfavourable and misra, a combination of the two.
This title may perhaps surprise you. It may cause you to think variously. Conflicts are there, no doubt, in the mind within the world and without. We need not create them deliberately. They are already there of their own accord, compelling us to look to them and try for removal. Normally their elimination is our concern, the set purpose of our life. All our efforts are generally directed to this end....
The Vision behind CIRD After independence, our country rightly chose the motto “Satyam-eva jayate” (Truth alone triumphs) from Muṇḍakopanishad. But it ignored the very first statement of the same Upanishad: “Brahmavidyā sarva-vidyā-pratishṭhā” - The science of supreme Reality is the foundation of all other sciences. The supreme Reality being our own true Identity, the one Self of all, the...
It is not an uncommon fear that spiritual enlightenment dampens the enthusiasm and commitment for worldly pursuits. How can, it is argued, internal enlightenment and external involvement, which are opposed to each other, go together at all ? The mental and moral excellence which spirituality is deemed to bestow is, at any rate, characterized by a note of still ness and inaction, called naishkarmya by spiritual exponents. Should not then the urge to remain engrossed in action and achieve its benefits and joy necessarily come from an altogether different sense of value and usefulness about the world of matter ? Votaries of active worldly life have thus generally stood by a strong aversion to spiritual pursuit.
Devotees hold periodic meetings at their own locations wherein the teachings and messages of Swamiji are heard, read and discussed with a view to comprehend and arrive at their essence and make it a functional note in their life. This section provides resources to facilitate the proceedings at such gatherings. Read More ....
In order to have everlasting peace and happiness, one must withdraw the mind from the distracting worldly objects and focus it at the holy lotus feet of the Supreme Universal Lord. When the Lord’s name is repeated with lot of fondness and love, to the exclusion of all other worldly allurements and enjoyments, one is able to feel the presence of the Universal Lord in one’s own heart.
In order to gain Self-knowledge, one must contemplate on the nature and characteristics of the Self. In all thought, word and action one must remember that he is essentially the infinite Self, which has no decay or change. When the nature of the Self is contemplated upon again and again, slowly and gradually one is able to comprehend the magnanimity of the Self-dimension and finally get established in its qualities. From the limited ‘I’ (small personality limited by one’s body, mind, etc.) one then transcends to the Universal Soul – the infinite, changeless, ever-brilliant.
When the Lord is pleased with the devotional worship done in many hundreds of lives, with great respect according to Vedic prescriptions, He mercifully appears before the devotees in the form of Sree Guru, and instructing them well revealing the supreme Truth, takes them across the miserable worldly ocean.