Nivritti-The path of fixed Consciousness

The path of Ashtanga Yoga or Jnana Yoga is called Pravritti marga. Here aspects of the mind, intelligence and inner nature are studied in the light of material nature and worked upon. Even on the paths of Jnana and Ashtanga unless one takes support of the superior path of Bhakti, perfection is impossible to attain. In these other paths the living entity loses his personal identity in the Absolute and thus he is not qualified to serve. Continue reading “Nivritti-The path of fixed Consciousness”


Jivan-mukta or a person on a liberated platform is seen with different understanding from the standpoint of each of Ashtanga Yoga, Jnana Yoga and Bhakti Yoga. A person who stands liberated even while being functional in the body can only be a devotee, not a person from the Ashtanga or Jnana Yoga marga. Continue reading “Liberation”

Narrower the better-Sajatiya

In one of my earlier posts the topic of Narrowing down boundaries of the mind so that we can focus only on deep rooted aspects of Bhajana, was discussed. In this post there is a further elaboration on the association that we need to keep when we become utterly serious in the process of Raganuga Bhajana which is more rigorous than any other forms of Hari Bhajana. Continue reading “Narrower the better-Sajatiya”

Anarthas Q/A – Part Four

Q.Do anarthas disappear when one surrenders?

A.When saranagati (surrender) is taken properly then there is no more anartha. Bhakti Devi and Bhagawan are non-different. In Bhagavan’s internal potency, Bhakti Devi revels and there is no question that Anartha will remain in Her presence. However even in Her presence many times anarthas may still exist; Continue reading “Anarthas Q/A – Part Four”

Anarthas Q/A – Part One

Q.Does anarthas means one has desires different from Guru and Bhagawan?

A.Anartha means that which has no “artha”or that which is meaningless in our pursuit. It is all that which is unwanted in the pursuit of Prema Prapti or attaining Love of God.

Q.If we simply desire to act properly does it already mean that we are free from anartha even if there maybe conspicuous faults? Continue reading “Anarthas Q/A – Part One”