"Devotion is a means as well as its true end when it grows into a full treasure. When devotion becomes a treasure, you will need nothing more for inner fullness or affluence. As devotion grows, it will begin to free you of all desire, hatred and fear. It will relieve poverty, either by making you amply resourceful or by taking away from you the very feeling of poverty. Devotion also will remove your weakness, generating untold strength and confidence."

The Guiding force of Narayanashrama Tapovanam & Center for Inner Resources Development

Swami Bhoomananda Tirtha


Shlokas by Ma Gurupriya

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Listen to the Shloka here : {mp3}Shloka-84-baahye-niruddhe-manasah{/mp3}  
Text : Vivekachudamani Download MP3

Key Concepts : Restraint over senses, Inner Affluence

Meaning : When the worldliness is kept away, the mind becomes placid; and placidity of the mind leads to the vision of the Supreme Self. When ‘That‘ is well realized, all worldly bondages fall off. Hence the withdrawal from worldliness is the footstep for liberation.

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Listen to the Shloka Audio here : {mp3}Shloka-83-bahyaanusandhi{/mp3}
Text : Vivekachudamani Download MP3

Key Concepts : Discrimination, Inward Vision

Meaning : Contemplation upon the external worldly objects and situations only intensifies clinging to our desires which finally lead to more and more misery. Knowing this, through discrimination, one should leave the thoughts of external objects and ceaselessly apply oneself to the contemplation upon the real Self.

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 Listen to the Shloka here : {mp3}Shloka-81-na-mokshasyaakaankshaa{/mp3}
Text : Devi aparaadhakshamaapanastotram Download MP3

Key Concepts : Desirelessness, Wholesome Devotion

Meaning : I do not entertain any desire for liberation. Nor do I have any desire for worldly prosperity. O Goddess with moonlike countenance! Neither do I crave for attaining spiritual wisdom, nor happiness. Hence, O Mother, I beseech you in full humility, grant that my lifetime here be spent uttering solely your names like "Mṛḍānī (Parvati), Rudrāṇī (Durga), Śiva Śiva, Bhavānī, and those alone.

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 Listen to the Shloka here : {mp3}Shloka-79-shrotriyo-avrajino-akaamahato{/mp3}
  Text : Vivekachudamani Download MP3

Key Concepts : Qualities of a Knower, How to approach a Knower

Meaning : He who is well-verserd in scriptures, who is taintless and pure, who is free from desires, who is a Knower of Brahman of the highest order, who has withdrawn into the Supreme, who is peaceful like fire that is devoid of fuel, who is an ocean of mercy that needs no cause for its expression, and he who is a friend to those good people who surrender to him.

Worshipping such a Guru with devotion, and when that Guru is pleased with one’s surrender, humility and service, approaching him, one should ask about all that is to be known.

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