Sri M said…

Sri-M-vedantic meditationSometimes, what we think are woes, what we think is sorrow, what we think is pain, what we think is a loss may be a great gain, from the spiritual point of view. You have to look at it from the other side. In the history of spiritual journey, there have been great ‘sadhaks’ who have even voluntarily asked for sorrows. I am not saying we should too. Maybe, we are not as developed for that.

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  1. Sudhirji,
    This is the most important question you have made . All of us need to know how to do it. Shall need the help of divine guruji . Thanks so much.
    Regards

  2. sudhir agarwal
    sir,
    detachment from our body and mind is needed to develop such great skills. but what is the way to attain it.

    Anon
    If you need tools go to your guru he has an armery.

  3. Atul kumar agarwal says:

    Sir
    Does it mean that to attain the final state of Nirvana one has to go through sorrow and misery
    Regards
    Atul

    • Atul kumar agarwal said (Sir
      Does it mean that to attain the final state of Nirvana one has to go through sorrow and misery)
      In reply
      Who goes through (sorrow and misery)
      Stay still in your meditation and now that all sorrow and misery is just a projection of the non self.

  4. Sri Balaji Yammanuru says:

    Dear Sir ,

    I am coming to Madanpalli this May 9th 2015 .

    Will it be Possbile to meet you ? Please Confirm

    With Regards ,
    Sri Balaji Yammanuru

  5. sudhir agarwal says:

    sir,
    detachment from our body and mind is needed to develop such great skills. but what is the way to attain it.

    • Sudhirji,
      This is the most important question you have made . All of us need to know how to do it. Shall need the help of divine guruji . Thanks so much.
      Regards