"Let not world-objects be your mind’s master. Let them be, if at all, subservient to the mind. To be spiritual is not to look for one’s delight and fulfillment in the objects of the world. The mind that causes delight through any object can also provide delight without such an object. Delight in reality belongs to the mind alone. It is verily mind’s own gift."
The Guiding force of Narayanashrama Tapovanam & Center for Inner Resources Development
This discourse by Swami Nirviseshananda Tirtha is based on Narayanageeta -- notes taken by Baba Gangadhara Paramahamsa (Poojya Swami Bhoomananda Tirtha's Gurudev), at the satsangs of his Param Gurudev, Swami Narayana Tirtha. Baba has described 'surrender' (sharanaagati) as the Fifth Purushaartha. Swami Nirviseshananda Tirtha explains how to develop true surrender, how it works on our mind and how when we really surrender we become self-sufficient, confident and unaffected in any situation. This discourse was conducted during 10th Sreemad Bhaagavata Tattva Sameeksha Satram in Kerala in 2011.)
In this short video, Poojya Swami Nirviseshananda Tirtha ji explains what prayer is and its benefits. The prayer may be directed to anyone or any powers that may be, but ultimately it is directed to the inmost Self within us. Prayer bestows upon us purity, which is fundamental to the success of the saadhana.
Swami Nirviseshananda Tirthaji leads us on a systematic, scientific and rational approach to the three great discoveries which form an integral part of our culture and heritage, and help us to experience life in its fullness.