Yogakshemam Vahamyaham- the teaching of Lord Krishna


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IN BHAGWAT GITA LORD KRISHNA SAYS
” ANANYAS CHINTAYANTOMAM YE JANAHA PARYUPAASATE
TESHAM NITYABHIYUKTANAAM YOGAKSHEMAM VAHAAMYAHAM”
WHICH MEANS ” I SHALL BE THE SAVIOUR FOR ALL THOSE WHO WORSHIP ME WITHOUT ANY SELFISH DESIRES AND SHALL FULLY TAKE CARE OF THEM.
IN TODAY’S WORLD WE ARE ALL SO SELFISH AND ARE ALWAYS IN PURSUIT OF MATERIALISTIC OBJECTS AND WORLDLY PLEASURES THAT WE TEND TO CRITICISE GOD WHENEVER OUR DESIRES ARE NOT FULFILLED. ONE SANSKRIT SCHOLAR WHO USED TO CONDUCT SERMONS DECIDED TO TEST THIS SHLOKA AND STOPPED DOING HIS DAILY CHORES AND WAS ALWAYS CHANTING LORD KRISHNA’S NAME. WHEN HIS WIFE ASKED HIM ABOUT THIS, HE SAID THAT SINCE LORD HAS PROMISED IN BHAGWAT GITA HE WOULD TAKE CARE OF THE SCHOLAR’S FAMILY. DAYS PASSED ON WHEN NOTHING CAME FROM ANYWHERE FOR HIS FAMILY, THE SCHOLAR STRUCK OFF THAT SHLOKA WITH BLACK INK  IN THE SACRED TEXT SAYING THAT GOD HAS CHEATED HIM AND HAD NOT TAKEN CARE OF HIM OR HIS FAMILY. HIS WIFE COULD NOT UNDERSTAND BUT KEPT MUM AS SHE WAS A OBEDIENT PATIVRATA NAARI. THAT AFTERNOON WHEN THE SCHOLAR HAD GONE FOR TAKING BATH IN THE RIVER A SMALL BOY CAME WITH SWEETS AND EATABLES BUT HIS FACE WAS PAINTED BLACK. HE APPROACHED SCHOLAR’S WIFE AND SAID ” MOTHER, WHERE IS GURUJI? I’VE BROUGHT SOME SWEETS AND EATABLES FOR HIM. THE WIFE OF THE SCHOLAR COULD NOT UNDERSTAND AS THE SCHOLAR WAS SO EGOISTIC THAT HE NEVER HAD ANY STUDENT IN HIS LIFE.BUT THAT BOY WHO HAD DIVINE LOOK SO ADAMANT TO LEAVE ALL THE THINGS HE HAD BROUGHT AT HER DOORSTEP AND WENT LOOKING FOR THE SCHOLAR. WHEN THE SCHOLAR CAME BACK HE WAS SURPRISED TO SEE ALL THE EATABLES AND SWEETS AT HIS DOORSTEP. HE CAME TO KNOW THAT A DIVINE CHILD WITH FACE PAINTED BLACK HAD LEFT THESE THINGS. HIS WIFE TOLD HIM ENTIRE STORY. HE WAS SO MOVED AS HE UNDERSTOOD THE MEANING OF THE SHLOKA AND PRAISED HIS WIFE FOR HAVING THE DARSHAN OF KRISHNA KANHAIYA WHO HAD COME TO BLESS HIM BUT BECAUSE OF HIS EGO AND MATERIALISTIC PURSUIT HE DID NOT GET THE DARSHAN. HE REPENTED AND CRIED AT HIS MISFORTUNE. THAT NIGHT HE WAS SURPRISED WHEN SOME ONE KNOCKED HIS DOOR AND KRISHNA KANHAIYA WAS STANDING THERE. THE SCHOLAR ASKED FOR FORGIVENESS FOR HIS MATERIALISTIC PURSUITS AS HE HAD UNDERSTOOD THE REAL MEANING OF THE SHLOKA AS THE BENEFACTOR AND OMNIPOTENT LORD KRISHNA SHOWED HIM THE DIVINE LIGHT AND BLESSED HIM TO JOI9N HIM AT VAIKUNT.
THE MORAL IS DO NOT BE SELFISH AND MATERIALISTIC AND ALWAYS BE THANKFUL TO YOUR BENEFACTOR WHO HAS GIVEN YOU THIS HUMAN FORM. WORSHIP HIM WITH SELFLESS ATTITUDE AND DIVINE LIGHT IS NOT FAR FROM YOU.
WE AT LOKAKSHEMA NEED PEOPLE LIKE YOU TO JOIN US IN SERVING THE POOR AND REMOVE THEIR SUFFERINGS . SERVICE TO HUMANITY IS SERVICE TO GOD.

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> ATTITUDE IS WHAT
> LIFE IS ALL ABOUT…….
> SOLDIER : SIR WE ARE SURROUNDED FROM
> ALL SIDES BY ENEMIES , MAJOR :
> EXCELLENT ! WE CAN ATTACK IN ANY DIRECTION.
>
> 2. EVERY ONE KNOWS ABOUT ALEXANDER
> GRAHAM BELL WHO INVENTED THE TELEPHONE,
> BUT HE NEVER MADE A CALL
> TO HIS FAMILY. BECAUSE, HIS WIFE
> AND DAUGHTER WERE DEAF. THAT’S
> LIFE ” LIVE FOR OTHERS ” .
>
>
> 3. THE WORST IN LIFE IS
> “ATTACHMENT ” IT HURTS WHEN
> YOU LOSE
> IT. THE BEST THING IN LIFE
> IS ” LONELINESS ” BECAUSE IT
> TEACHES YOU EVERYTHING AND, WHEN
> YOU LOSE IT, YOU GET
> EVERYTHING.
>
> 4. LIFE IS NOT ABOUT THE
> PEOPLE WHO ACT TRUE TO YOUR
> FACE …….. IT’S ABOUT THE
> PEOPLE WHO REMAIN TRUE BEHIND
> YOUR BACK .
>
> 5. IF AN EGG IS BROKEN
> BY AN OUTSIDE FORCE…….. .A
> LIFE ENDS. IF AN EGG BREAKS
> FROM WITHIN…… .LIFE BEGINS. GREAT
> THINGS ALWAYS BEGIN FROM
> WITHIN .
>
>
> 6. IT’S BETTER TO LOSE
> YOUR EGO TO THE ONE YOU
> LOVE. THAN TO LOSE THE ONE
> YOU LOVE ……. BECAUSE OF EGO .
>
>
> 7. A RELATIONSHIP DOESN’T
> SHINE BY JUST SHAKING HANDS
> AT THE BEST OF TIMES. BUT IT
> BLOSSOMS BY HOLDING FIRMLY
> IN CRITICAL SITUATIONS .
>
>
> 8. HEATED GOLD BECOMES ORNAMENTS. BETTED COPPER
> BECOMES WIRES. DEPLETED STONE
> BECOMES STATUE. SO, THE MORE PAIN
> YOU GET IN YOUR
> LIFE THE MORE VALUABLE YOU
> BECOME.
>
> 9. WHEN YOU TRUST SOMEONE
> TRUST HIM COMPLETELY WITHOUT
> ANY DOUBT……. ……. AT THE
> END YOU WOULD GET ONE OF
> THE TWO : EITHER A LESSON
> FOR YOUR LIFE OR A VERY
> GOOD PERSON .
>
>
> 10.
> WHY WE HAVE SO MANY TEMPLES
> , IF GOD IS EVERYWHERE ? A
> WISE MAN SAID : AIR IS
> EVERYWHERE , BUT WE STILL NEED
> A FAN TO FEEL IT
> Without GOD , our week would be: Sinday, Mournday, Tearsday, Wasteday, Thirstday, Fightday & Shatterday.

Remember seven days WITHOUT GOD makes a week WEAK!!

Happy Weekend

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Proposed Future Programmes of Lokakshema Trust


Dear Friends,
As per the discussions with Guruji it is proposed to conduct the following programmes in the coming months.
1. Swayamvara parvathy Homam for early marriage.
2. Putra Kameshti Mahayagyam for childless couples
3. Sri Sukta Homam for Removal of Financial problems and JOB/Career problems.
4. Shatru Samhara Homam for removal of enemies, obstacles, etc
5. Maha Sudarshan Homam for removal of evil spirits and negativities
6., Maha Dhanvantri Homam for Good Health and cure from diseases.
7. Medha Dakshinamurthy Homam for success in exams
Registration charges is Rs 3000/- per homam for all these homams and a minimum of 10 registrations is must for conduct of each Homam.
Those who wish to register may contact the Trust representatives with details like Name, Date of birth, time of birth, Star, Rashi, Nakshatram,contact address, email, mobile, etc along with the registration amount. Suitable auspicious date would be selected with consultation with vedic scholars to ensure success in this endeavour. The names would be forwarded to Guruji to obtain spiritual clearance from the cosmic forces and removal of negativities( all doshas).
Medha Dakshinamurthy Homam- For success in exams, if registration is more than 100 people, the collected amount can be used for free scholarship to poor and deserving students.

As all these activities would need considerable financial and human resources, it is requested that all the members may please associate more members to the Trust for Financial and resources mobilisation for the functions. Conducting each homam involves a financial estimate of around Rs 1 lakh per Homam(including Vaidika Sambhavana, Annadaanam, Homam expenses, administrative and organising expenses, etc).

Guruji has also desired that all should make sincere efforts so as to enable the Trust to establish itself by actively contributing for the welfare of Lokakshema i.e. Welfare of the Universe.

Warm regards,
Hariharan Krishnamurthy

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Save a life for Re 1


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Save a life for Rupee 1?
Sounds Incredible? yes , it is true, You can save a life of a patient suffering from heart problem, kidney problem, Cataract operation or any other serious disease just by committing just Rupee one or any amount you desire towards medical/post medical expenses of that patient under ” Lokakshema International Mission Trust”s unique scheme where we would call for the amount at the time when it is required to be deposited at the respective hospital at the time of treatment of that patient. we do not need any money or contribution for us as we are committed to serve humanity.
You can send us a mail or by post your written commitment for contributing Re 1 or more as per your wish for treatment of a needy patient. In India alone we have a population of more than 120 crore people and at an average more than 40 percent of the population can afford to donate rupee one for a noble cause without hurting their pockets. Even if only 10 percent of the people commit we can save more than 1000 lives.
The choice is yours. For the cost of the one cigarette you may smoke or consume any other harmful product like Gutkha, tobacco,etc., you can easily be part of a mission to save a life without sacrificing much.

If you feel you are ready to commit any amount for saving a life please contact us st “lokakshemamission@gmail.com”
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Volume 8, Lectures And Discourses

This world is a relative world, a shadow of the real; still, being the plane
of equipoise where happiness and misery are about evenly balanced, it is the
only plane where man can realise his true Self and know that he is Brahman.

The greatest teacher of the Vedanta philosophy was Shankaracharya. By solid
reasoning he extracted from the Vedas the truths of Vedanta, and on them
built up the wonderful system of Jnana that is taught in his commentaries.
He unified all the conflicting descriptions of Brahman and showed that there
is only one Infinite Reality. He showed too that as man can only travel
slowly on the upward road, all the varied presentations are needed to suit
his varying capacity. We find something akin to this in the teachings of
Jesus, which he evidently adapted to the different abilities of his hearers.
First he taught them of a Father in heaven and to pray to Him. Next he rose
a step higher and told them, “I am the vine, you are the branches”, and
lastly he gave them the highest truth: “I and my Father are one”, and “The
Kingdom of Heaven is within you.” Shankara taught that three things were the
great gifts of God: (1) human body, (2) thirst after God, and (3) a teacher
who can show us the light. When these three great gifts are ours, we may
know that our redemption is at hand. Only knowledge can free and save us,
but with knowledge must go virtue.

Do not pity anyone. Look upon all as your equal, cleanse yourself of the
primal sin of inequality. We are all equal and must not think, “I am good
and you are bad, and I am trying to reclaim you”. Equality is the sign of
the free. Jesus came to publicans and sinners and lived with them. He never
set himself on a pedestal. Only sinners see sin. See not man, see only the
Lord. Spirit is not in time, nor in space. Realise “I am Existence Absolute,
Knowledge Absolute, Bliss Absolute — i am He, I am He”. Be glad at birth,
be glad at death, rejoice always in the love of God.

Thought is all important, for “what we think we become”. There was once a
Sannyasin, a holy man, who sat under a tree and taught the people. He drank
milk, and ate only fruit, and made endless “Pranayamas”, and felt himself to
be very holy. In the same village lived an evil woman. Every day the
Sannyasin went and warned her that her wickedness would lead her to hell.
The poor woman, unable to change her method of life which was her only means
of livelihood, was still much moved by the terrible future depicted by the
Sannyasin. She wept and prayed to the Lord, begging Him to forgive her
because she could not help herself. By and by both the holy man and the evil
woman died. The angels came and bore her to heaven, while the demons claimed
the soul of the Sannyasin. “Why is this!” he exclaimed, “have I not lived a
most holy life, and preached holiness to everybody? Why should I be taken to
hell while this wicked woman is taken to heaven?” “Because,” answered the
demons, “while she was forced to commit unholy acts, her mind was always
fixed on the Lord and she sought deliverance, which has now come to her. But
you, on the contrary, while you performed only holy acts, had your mind
always fixed on the wickedness of others. You saw only sin, and thought only
of sin, so now you have to go to that place where only sin is.” The moral of
the story is obvious: The outer life avails little. The heart must be pure
and the pure heart sees only good, never evil. We should never try to be
guardians of mankind, or to stand on a pedestal as saints reforming sinners.
Let us rather purify ourselves, and the result must be that in so doing we
shall help others.

The satisfaction of desire only increases it, as oil poured on fire but
makes it burn more fiercely. Only through renunciation of this life and of
all life to come (heaven etc.), can we reach the point where we stand firmly
on the true Self. While we hope for anything, desire still rules us.

Buddha and Christ are the two greatest “bubbles” the world has known. They
were great souls who having realised freedom helped others to escape.
Neither was perfect, but they are to be judged by their virtues, never by
their defects. Jesus fell short, because he did not always live up to his
own highest ideal; and above all, because he did not give woman an equal
place with man. Woman did everything for him, yet not one was made an
apostle. This was doubtless owing to his Semitic origin. The great Aryans,
Buddha among the rest, have always put woman in an equal position with man.
For them sex in religion did not exist. In the Vedas and Upanishads, women
taught the highest truths and received the same veneration as men.

Both happiness and misery are chains, the one golden, the other iron; but
both are equally strong to bind us and hold us back from realising our true
nature. The Atman knows neither happiness nor misery. These are mere
“states”, and states must ever change. The nature of the soul is bliss and
peace unchanging. We have not to get it; we have it; let us wash away the
dross from our eyes and see it. We must stand ever on the Self and look with
perfect calmness upon all the panorama of the world. It is but baby’s play
and ought never to disturb us. If the mind is pleased by praise, it will be
pained by blame.

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Om Namo Bhagavate Sri Ramanaya
Prasanth Jalasutram

Love And Love Alone

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Talk 251

D. Can I engage in spiritual practice, even remaining in samsara?

Maharshi: Yes, certainly. One ought to do so.

D.: Is not samsara a hindrance? Do not all the holy books advocate renunciation?

Maharshi: Samsara is only in your mind. The world does not speak out, saying ‘I am the world’. Otherwise, it must be ever there – not excluding your sleep. Since it is not in sleep it is impermanent. Being impermanent it has no stamina. Having no stamina it is easily subdued by the Self. The Self alone is permanent.Renunciation is non-identification of the Self with the non-self. On the disappearance of ignorance the non-self ceases to exist. That is true renunciation.

D.Why did you then leave your home in your youth?

Maharshi:That is my prarabdha (fate). One’s course of conduct in this life is determined by one’s prarabdha. My prarabdha is this way. Your prarabdha is that way.

D. Should I not also renounce?

Maharshi: If that had been your prarabdha, the question would not have arisen.

D. I should therefore remain in the world and engage in spiritual practice. Well, can I get realisation in this life?

Maharshi: This has been already answered. You are always the Self. Earnest efforts never fail. Success is bound to result.


Om Namo Bhagavate Sri Ramanaya
Prasanth Jalasutram

Love And Love Alone
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Swami Vivekananda- Women of India


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THE WOMEN OF INDIA (New Discoveries, Vol. 2, pp. 411-26.)
Volume 9, Lectures and Discourses

Going back to our Vedas — they are the oldest literature the world possesses and are composed by your and my common ancestors (they were not written in India — perhaps on the coast of the Baltic, perhaps in Central Asia — we do not know).

Their oldest portion is composed of hymns, and these hymns are to the gods whom the Aryans worshipped. I may be pardoned for using the word gods; the literal translation is “the bright ones”. These hymns are dedicated to Fire, to the Sun, to Varuna and other deities. The titles run: “such-and-such a sage composed this verse, dedicated to such-and-such a deity”.

In the tenth chapter comes a peculiar hymn — for the sage is a woman — and it is dedicated to the one God who is at the background of all these gods. All the previous hymns are spoken in the third person, as if someone were addressing the deities. But this hymn takes a departure: God [as the Devi] is speaking for herself. The pronoun used is “I”. “I am the Empress of the Universe, the Fulfiller of all prayers.” (Vide “Devi Sukta”, Rig-Veda 10.125)

There is that beautiful story of the great sage Yâjnavalkya, the one who visited the kingdom of the great king Janaka. And there in that assembly of the learned, people came to ask him questions. One man asked him, “How am I to perform this sacrifice?” Another asked him, “How am I to perform the other sacrifice?” And after he had answered them, there arose a woman who said, “These are childish questions. Now, have a care: I take these two arrows, my two questions. Answer them if you can, and we will then call you a sage. The first is: What is the soul? The second is: What is God?” ( Brihadâranyaka Upanishad 3.8.1.-12.)

Thus arose in India the great questions about the soul and God, and these came from the mouth of a woman. The sage had to pass an examination before her, and he passed well.

Drinking wine, killing a woman and killing a Brahmin are the highest crimes in the Hindu religion.

We come to another class of women. This mild Hindu race produces fighting women from time to time. Some of you may have heard of the woman [Lakshmi Bai, Queen of Jhansi] who, during the Mutiny of 1857, fought against the English soldiers and held her own ground for two years — leading modern armies, managing batteries and always charging at the head of her army. This queen was a Brahmin girl.

The very peculiarity of Hindu women, which they have developed and which is the idea of their life, is that of the mother. If you enter a Hindu’s home, you will not find the wife to be the same equal companion of the husband as you find her here. But when you find the mother, she is the very pillar of the Hindu home. The wife must wait to become the mother, and then she will be everything.

It is alone in the Sanskrit language that we find four words meaning husband and wife together. It is only in our marriage that they [both] promise, “What has been my heart now may be thine”. It is there that we see that the husband is made to look at the Pole-star, touching the hand of his wife and saying, “As the Pole-star is fixed in the heavens, so may I be fixed in my affection to thee”. And the wife does the same.

Aryan civilization has been of three types: the Roman, the Greek, the Hindu. The Roman type is the type of organization, conquest, steadiness — but lacking in emotional nature, appreciation of beauty and the higher emotions. Its defect is cruelty. The Greek is essentially enthusiastic for the beautiful, but frivolous and has a tendency to become immoral. The Hindu type is essentially metaphysical and religious, but lacking in all the elements of organization and work.

And let me tell you, this should be done by women. There are some of our books which say that the next incarnation, and the last (we believe in ten), is to come in the form of a woman.

Source: http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Complete_Works_of_Swami_Vivekananda/Volume_9/Lectures_and_Discourses/The_Women_of_India


Om Namo Bhagavate Sri Ramanaya
Prasanth Jalasutram

Love And Love Alone

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Shani Peyarchi on 26th September (predictions by Pandit Uma Maheswaran)


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Prediction for 26th September 2009 this change will last for two and a half years.
The change of the planet Saturn (Saturn) in the planetary positions in universe it will effect on every raashi.
Virgo-Kanya raashi:
In the span of sade satti (seven and a half) of Saturn five years are left which effects the centre position in the planetary position of universe thus one should stay cautious avoid arguments and rude behavior.
Libra-Tula raashi:
The sade satti has just started it has shifted to the twelfth house in the planetary position of universe thus take care of bone health stay cautious while using metallic and iron things.
Scorpio-Vrishchak raashi:
The Saturn has shifted to eleventh house of the planetary position of universe it will give a good time because eleventh house resembles the house of wealth.
Sagittarius-Dhanu raashi:
The Saturn has shifted to tenth house of the planetary position of universe it will enhance the fields of business opportunities.
Capricorn-Makar raashi:
The Saturn has shifted to ninth house of the planetary position of universe it will have a good effect in all.
Aquarius – Kumbh raashi:
The Saturn has shifted to eighth house of the planetary position of universe effects the wealth (ayur bhav) thus it will make spend thrift thus get interested in buying unmovable property. Travelling will be greatly advisable to visit religious places.

Pisces-Meen raashi:
The Saturn has shifted to seventh house of the planetary position of universe will effect marriage relations (kalatra stan) this will affect the health of the spouse.

Aries-Mesh raashi:
The Saturn has shifted to sixth house of the planetary position of universe the enemies (rinah roha shatru). Will tempt you to take loans, quarrels will enhance enemies ,to stay safe get regular health checkups done carelessness will cause illness. Avoid buying items made of iron.
Taurus – Vrishabh raashi:
The Saturn has shifted to fifth house of the planetary position of universe will affect the child’s behavior. Keep check on your children carelessness can lead them on wrong path.
Gemini- Mithun raashi:
The Saturn has shifted to forth house (arth stan) of the planetary position of universe. It will have dual effect lingering between good or bad thus a cautious behavior will help.
Cancer-Kark raashi:
The Saturn has shifted to third house of the planetary position of universe. It will affect relations specially the maternal side.
Leo – Singh raashi:
The Saturn has shifted to second house of the planetary position of universe a cautious behavior will firm up your family background and your business.
Everything does effect but devotion can minimize its bad effect into and a positive effect can achieved.

SANEESWARA PREETHI – MAHAYAGNAM
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SAROJINI NAGAR
NEW DELHI)

PROGRAMME

25-26th September 2009(Friday)

06:15 AM ANUGYAI – VIGNESWARA POOJA
06:40 AM MAHA SANKALPAM & GRAHAPREETHI
07:15 AM KALASASTHAPANAM ,NAVAGRAHA AVAHANAM
SANISWARA SAHASRANAMAM
UDHAGASANTHI, ALL SOOKTHAMS
08:40 AM Dhahasanthi
09:00 to 01:30 PM SANEESWARA JAPAM
01:30 to 02:30 PM Break for Lunch
02:30 to 05:30 PM Continue JAPAM
07:30 PM AARTHI

26th September 2009(Saturday)

06:30 AM MAHAGANAPATHI HOMAM
08:00 AM Dhahasanthi
08:15 AM SANEESWARA HOMAM
12:24 PM MAHA POORNAHUTHI
01:30 PM MANTHRA GOSHAM &
BRAHMANA ASEERVADHAM
02:00 PM PRASADHAM

SHUBAMASTHU

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