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General topics / Re: Quotes from Shankaracharya's
« on: February 09, 2016, 11:46:30 AM »
Only Kanchi Pramacharya can spot the finer details in anything be it a poem , an idol , a place etc and this incident is another testimony of the same .

அபிராமி அந்தாதியும் -காமகோட்டமும்
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மேலுள்ள தலைப்பில் ஒரு சிறு புத்தகம் பிரசுரிக்க ஸ்ரீபெரியவர்கள் விரும்பினார்கள். அதற்குச் சில தினங்கள் முன் ஒரு நாள் என்னை வரும்படி உத்தரவு வந்தது. நான் தர்சனம் செய்து கொண்டபோது , அவர்கள் "அபிராமிபட்டர் அநேகமாக முழுக்க, காமாக்ஷியைப் பற்றி, அவருடைய அந்தாதியில் பாடி இருக்கிறார் தெரியுமா?" என்றார். நான் "இல்லையே! அபிராமி பற்றித்தான் பாடியிருக்கிறார்" என்றேன்.
ஸ்ரீ பெரியவர்கள், "அபிராமி அவருக்கு அபிமான தேவதை ஆனால் உபாசனாதேவதையான காமாக்ஷியைப் பற்றித்தான்பெரும்பாலும் பாடியிருக்கிறார் என்று ஊகித்துப்பார்த்தால் சில பாடல்களிலிருந்து தெரியும். எப்படின்னு தெரியுமா?" என்று சொல்லியபின், அபிராமி அந்தாதியிலிருந்து ஒரு பாட்டைச்சொன்னார்கள் .

"துணையும், தொழும் தெய்வமும் பெற்ற தாயும், சுருதிகளின்
பணையும் கொழுந்தும் பதிகொண்ட வேரும்-பனிமலர்ப்பூங்
கணையும், கருப்புச் சிலையும், மென் பாசாங்குசமும், கையில்
அணையும் திரிபுர சுந்தரி-ஆவது அறிந்தனமே."

இந்தப் பாட்டில் சொல்லியிருக்கும் ஆயுதங்கள் எல்லாம்திருகடையூர் அபிராமி அம்பாளின் கையில் இல்லை .இந்த ஆயுதங்கள் கூடிய திரிபுர சுந்தரியின் கருஞ்சிலாமூர்த்தி காஞ்சியில் உள்ள காமாக்ஷியைத் தவிர வேறுஎங்குமில்லை."
பிறகு பெரியவர்கள் "காமாக்ஷி எந்த ஆசனம் போட்டு உட்கார்ந்திருகிறாள்?" என்று கேட்டபோது, நான் "பத்மாசனம்" என்றேன். அதற்கு பெரியவர்கள் "இல்லை, யோகாசனம்" என்று கூறி தானே யோகாசனம் போட்டு காட்டினார்கள். பிறகு "இந்த யோகாசனத்தில் இரு பாதங்களும் ஒன்றாக இணையும். சுக்ஷும்னா நாடி தானாக மேலே கிளம்பும். அம்பாள் கோவிலில் காமாக்ஷி, அசார்யாள், துர்வாசர் ஆகியமூன்று மூர்த்திகளுமே யோகாசனத்தில் தான் இருகின்றன(ர்)" என்று சொல்லி பெரியவர்கள் என்னை அழைத்து போய் காட்டினார்கள் .

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General Discussion / Re: Swami Sivananda's Teachings and Quotes
« on: February 08, 2016, 09:10:36 PM »
Great men are not those who run fast and speak much but think deep and live wisely. More than doing it is being something - a change of outlook and attitude. We are great, not because we are something to the world but because we are something in ourselves, even if the whole world is not to exist at all.- Swami Krishnananda

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General topics / Re: Quotes from Shankaracharya's
« on: February 04, 2016, 05:57:10 PM »
It often occurs to me that two divine children demonstrated their purpose of descent to the earth through their very upanayana samskara. One of the two is Sri Adi Sankara who revived the Vedic religion and the other is Sri Thiru Gnanasambhandhar. The Tamil Periyapuranam mentions that Thiru Gnanasambhandhar?s upanayana was performed when he was a small child. They accomplished their respective missions only after their upanayana had been performed and after receiving Gayathri upadesam. This strongly emphasizes the importance of upanayana samskara to ordinary people like us. ? Pujya Sri Kanchi Maha Periyava

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Likewise ,in every small detail all the wishes of Dhruvan were met by Bhagavan,but only after some preliminary 'Drama'!

Dear Sri Ravi

What you say is true . Every visit to any spiritual place has its own dramas and surprises and while we plan it in a structured way , events happen in an unstructured way but the end is sweet if we do not get trapped in our ego and start blaming or complaining .

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A DEVOTEE: "What is that story about 'the will of Rama'?"


MASTER: "
In a certain village there lived a weaver. He was a very pious soul. Everyone trusted him and loved him. He used to sell his goods in the market-place. When a customer asked him the price of a piece of cloth, the weaver would say: 'By the will of Rama the price of the yarn is one rupee and the labour four annas; by the will of Rama the profit is two annas. The price of the cloth, by the will of Rama, is one rupee and six annas.' Such was the people's faith in the weaver that the customer would at once pay the price and take the cloth. The weaver was a real devotee of God. After finishing his supper in the evening, he would spend long hours in the worship hall meditating on God and chanting His name and glories. Now, late one night the weaver couldn't get to sleep. He was sitting in the worship hall, smoking now and then, when a band of robbers happened to pass that way. They wanted a man to carry their goods and said to the weaver, 'Come with us.' So saying, they led him off by the hand. After committing a robbery in a house, they put a load of things on the weaver's head, commanding him to carry them. Suddenly the police arrived and the robbers ran away. But the weaver, with his load, was arrested. He was kept in the lock-up for the night. Next day he was brought before the magistrate for trial. The villagers learnt what had happened and came to court. They said to the magistrate, 'Your Honour, this man could never commit a robbery.' Thereupon the magistrate asked the weaver to make his statement.

"The weaver said: 'Your Honour, by the will of Rama I finished my meal at night. Then by the will of Rama I was sitting in the worship hall. It was quite late at night by the will of Rama. By the will of Rama I had been thinking of God and chanting His name and glories, when by the will of Rama a band of robbers passed that way. By the will of Rama they dragged me with them; by the will of Rama they committed a robbery in a house; and by the will of Rama they put a load on my head. Just then, by the will of Rama the police arrived, and by the will of Rama I was arrested. Then by the will of Rama the police kept me in the lock-up for the night, and this morning by the will of Rama I have been brought before Your Honour.' The magistrate realized that the weaver was a pious man and ordered his release. On his way home the weaver said to his friends, 'By the will of Rama I have been released.'

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Dear Anil

Happy to note that you were able to visit Sri RamanaAshram this time and had a spiritually refreshing time there for few hours and was also was blessed to have Lunch Prasad there being personally served by Dr.Srinivasa Murthy . Many people get upset when they are refused accommdation at Sri RamaAshram and do not visit there . While stay at the Ashram is no doubt a blissful experince , the next best is to stay outside and spend maximun time at the Ashram  in the Old Hall , Samadhi Hall , Mother's shrine etc and absorb the divine presence of Bhagavan .Glad that you took the initiative to travel from Bangalore and spend few valuable hours there and the lunch Prasad was in fact a blessing from Bhagavn itself .
All the best in your sadhana .

Om Namo Bhagavate Sri Ramanaya .

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General Discussion / Re: Rough Notebook-Open Forum
« on: January 29, 2016, 11:46:01 AM »
The concentration on ?I am? is a form of attention. Give your undivided attention to the most important thing in your life ? yourself. Of your personal universe you are the center ? without knowing the center what else can you know?

My advice to you is very simple ? just remember yourself, ?I am?, it is enough to heal your mind and take you beyond, just have some trust. I don?t mislead you. Why should I? Do I want anything from you? I wish you well ? such is my nature. Why should I mislead you?

Commonsense too will tell you that to fulfill a desire you must keep your mind on it. If you want to know your true nature, you must have yourself in mind all the time, until the secret of your being stands revealed.

- I AM THAT

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General Discussion / Re: Articles,Interviews,News
« on: January 26, 2016, 09:38:43 PM »


Thanks Ravi for the link to Rajiv Malhotra talk . It is creating a big impact .
Here is a link to an article on the same
Why the battle for Sanskrit needs to be joined
http://www.rediff.com/news/column/column-why-the-battle-for-sanskrit-needs-to-be-joined/20160120.htm

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