He Prabhu… {Dhyan Satsang}

Sant shri Asaramji Amritvani

Sabarmati Ashram , Ahemdabad

28 December 2007

Satsang ke mukhya ans :

* he bhagwan hame asat vartaon se asat baaton se asat akarsno se hamari raxsa kare …,  Asto maa sadgamya

he prabhu hame asat se bacha ker sat ki taraf hamara gaman kara do………

* Hamara chintan ki dhara teri taraf ker de , tumahri maya me o ham ulaj ulaj ke sukhi hone ke badle dukhi ho rahe hain , ……….. yog badle narayan ham to bhog me gire ja rahe hain , …..pabhu….. daya ker….

* tuje me dube de prabhuji … pyare ji…… mere ji…..

Om namo bhagwate vasudevaya. .. pritidevaya…. prabhu devaya….. pyaredevaya …….meredevaya madhumayadevaya…….. om om om…. narayan narayan……..

*   sab me vasudev ki satta hai aisi mere buddhi ker de prabhuji…….

der saber yahi pahuchna hai , tumahri ye alag alag lilayen… …….tum vasudev ek hi ho…….

*  aise mere subhagya ke din kab ayenge ki mai apke gyan me apke hi dhyan me apke hi smruti me apki priti me … apne deh abhiman ko galit ker dunga…….

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5 Responses to “He Prabhu… {Dhyan Satsang}”

  1. a.k.satsangi Says:

    Yoga (Application) which was based on the control of the body physically and implied that a perfect control over the body and the senses led to knowledge of the ultimate reality. A detailed anatomical knowledge of the human body was necessary to the advancement of yoga and therefore those practising yoga had to keep in touch with medical knowledge. (Romila Thapar, A History of India, volume one).

    I suggest : Mind and brain are two distinct things. Brain is anatomical entity whereas mind is functional entity. Mind can be defined as the function of autonomic nervous system (ANS). It is claimed that mind can be brought under conscious control through the practice of meditation. But how? ANS is largely under hypothalamic control which is situated very close to optic chiasma (sixth chakra or ajna chakra). Protracted practice of concentration to meditate at this region brings functions of ANS say mind under one’s conscious control.

    ANS is further divided into parasympathetic nervous system (PSNS) and sympathetic nervous system (SNS). On the basis of these facts I have discovered a mathematical relationship for spiritual quotient (S.Q.). Spiritual Quotient can be expressed mathematically as the ratio of Parasympathetic dominance to Sympathetic dominance. PSNS dominates during meditative calm and SNS dominates during stress. In this formula we assign numerical values to the physiological parameters activated or suppressed during autonomic mobilization and put in the formula to describe the state of mind of an individual and also infer his/her level of consciousness.

    Meditation is the art of looking within and science of doing nothing. We don’t use anything in meditation. We just try to concentrate to meditate at some point in human anatomy known as ‘chakra’ in Indian System of Yoga. The current of mind is flowing outward through the senses and unconsciously. The mind comes at rest gradually through regular practice of meditation. Then comes self realization and enlightenment. Protracted practice of meditation under qualified guidance will help to manage all sort of psychological problems.

    Emotional Quotient can also be expressed mathematically as the product of I.Q. and Wisdom Factor. E.Q. stands for Emotional Quotient. An intelligent person may not be wise. But a wise man will always be intelligent. An intelligent person having certain level of positive emotions can be said as wise. An intelligent person lacking wisdom will turn autocrat. A wise man will always be a democrat who respects others existence.

    Some may raise doubt that how could be the Wisdom quantified? The answer is simple -if Mental Age of I.Q. can be quantified then Wisdom can also be quantified, of course, comparatively with more efforts. Wilhelm Stern had given the formula of I.Q.. It is, Mental Age/ Chronological Age x 100. Spiritual Quotient (S.Q.) leverages both E.Q. and I.Q.
    Radha Soami Faith is a branch of Religion of Saints like Kabir, Nanak, Paltu, Soamiji Maharaj and others. You may call It a New Wine in Old Bottle. We should not expect any miracle overnight.

    In this discussion, it appears, that experts from various disciplines are participating someone of course from psychology. He /she can understand my views more clearly.

    Maslow has given Hierarchy of Needs. At the top of it is need for self-actualization or self-realization.

    In our society we should learn To Live and Let Live and help to satisfy others need. When the lower order needs, physiological and sociological both, are satisfied then only a person think to satisfy need for self-realization in true sense. Else he/she may spend all his/her life to satisfy at the most the for self-expression instead of self-realization.

    It is, therefore, the duty of every responsible person, at the least, of our society to give serious thought over it.

    For the satisfaction of need for self-realization i.e. establishment of harmony of individual consciousness with that of universal consciousness we need following three things:

    1. Mater or Guru (A Self-Realized Soul)
    2. Secret of Levels of Universal Consciousness
    3. Method for traversing the path.

  2. aseem srivastava Says:

    ati uttam…………

  3. aseem Says:

    hari om………..hari om

  4. Vinai Srivastava Says:

    sadho sadho

  5. Pravin Patel Says:

    Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya

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