Monthly Archives: March 2014

10 Things We Waste


Morning Sky


10 Things we Waste

1. Our Knowledge– Wasted by not taking action with it.
2. Our Actions– Wasted by committing them without sincerity.
3. Our Wealth– Wasted by using on things that will not bring us blessing from Divine. We waste our money, our status, our authority, on things which have no benefit in this life or hereafter.
4. Our Hearts– Wasted because they are empty from the love of divine and his Messengers and a feeling of peace and contentment. In it’s place, our hearts are filled with something or someone else.
5. Our Bodies– Wasted because we don’t use them in worship and service of divine.
6. Our Love– Our emotional love is misdirected, not towards divine, but towards something/someone else.
7. Our Time– Wasted, not used properly, to compensate for that which has passed, by doing what is righteous to make up for past deeds.
8. Our Intellect– Wasted on things that are not beneficial, that are detremental to society and the individual, not in contemplation or reflection.
9. Our Service– Wasted in service of someone who will not bring us closer to divine, moreover something that will benefit us in dunya.
10. Our Duty (Remembrance of Divine) — Wasted, because it does not effect us or our hearts.

~ His Holiness Maitreya Rudrabhayananda

Health benefit – The Hidden Mysteries of Kundalini by His Holiness Maitreya Rudrabhayananda ji


“I have been trying the Visual Healing technique given in the holy book “The Hidden Mysteries of the Kundalini” for healing my shoulder pain and pain in the spinal region. It is very effective.”

R C Nair

Meditation Any Time – Any Where – Authored by His Holiness Maitreya Rudrabhayananda ji

Golden words of His Holiness as i read the very first line of “Meditation Any Time – Any Where” where in he says “He who wanders the streets of his own inner self is able to derive the most from the eternal light and is provided a chance to merge with cosmic being”
The most beautiful part as I read further that the state of being in Dhyan is felt without actually being in it just by his golden words. Wonder what would happen when i meet him next. Thanks to everyone who walks on the path of light. Pranam. Sandeep Sodhi, Faridabad.

Soul Searchers

Jai Gurudev
This time is too precious for me and people like me.
24-March-1996 was the day of origin of Soul Searchers at the banks of Yamuna in Agra. The Aghor Ratri wherein the star was Krithika, day was Sunday and eight people assembled in a Asta-Bhuja dhara and in that fire pit was lit wherein Param Pujya ParamGuru Swami Chidananda Bharati ji, Param Pujya ParamGuru Matang Baba ji, Prameshti-guru Ashiri Prajnaparamita Aghor Pinakin ji themselves did the fire ceremony and the Divine name of Soul Searchers emerged from the holy lips of His Holiness Maitreya Rudrabhayananda ji .
Nearly hundred people joined us on this day here for the meditation program as an offering at the feet of His Holiness.
Sadev Kripabhilashi
Melvitzk Glasow

A Lesson in Social Service

We talk about social work and charity, alleviation of poverty. How will we do it? For thousands of years poverty and disparity between the rich and poor has been there but it has never changed. We all have tried to come out with policies, religious norms of charity, political norms of charity but all have failed. Is it possible for one to think why we failed?

We failed because our mind was never to do upliftment of poor or needy. Our desire was to gain from it, gain in the manner of pünya (results of good deed), respect, name and fame.

No King became a pauper because he gave everything to the poor. The poor have been utilized to make the King richer. The mindset was never there to actually change the attitude of social work.

Social responsibility is something which is based on simplicity and not on conditions. The turmoil’s I show through the poems, writing and service reflect my turmoil wherein I am not interested in only loading poor people with just clothes or continuously feeding them food but to make a society which is aware, who want to live a life of self respect. If you want to beg then beg from the inner self, if you want to give let the soul give the essence of respect to the souls who are in dormant state.

My way is not religious. I use spirituality as base for religion to talk, I walk with people in their religion and then poke them, tell them something which would not be liked for it is going against the norms so far they followed. The soul within this form is the one which I believe and the ultimate divinity is to be with the truth and not with the dogmas.

Most of the people talk about openness, expansion and liberation, how many people truly know what openness is, expansion is or liberation is. When I do namaskar, I do not bow to the person, but I bow to the soul, while people do sashtanga namaskar to the body and when the time comes they hit the same body they bowed down to. Such conditional beings can never lead people to be self respecting rather their ways are more scary and dangerous for any day they can back stab creating a bigger rift based on caste, creed, colour and gender.

When the true openness comes then the social work and social upliftment shall happen for then the difference shall be non‐existent since only souls are seen and how can one soul harm the other. ~ His Holiness Maitreya Rudrabhayananda.

Letting Go

Letting Go


Rudra Prayag


Where did you sit for learning from Siddhas?

When did you practice the way of Siddhas?

When did you listen to the wisdom of Earth?

How many times seeds of Akasha germinate?

When did the water quench your Thirst?

Did you allow the fire to burn away your mask?

Seeking a Siddha is wonderful

Being with a Siddha makes you realize

Listening to Siddha, pain and sin are erased

Siddha is a warrior who shatters your conditions

Being within you changes eternally

Ocean of bliss is introduced to the self

The devotees remain forever in bliss

~ Maitreya


“Knowing is conditional mind talking, Being is an expression. Like a flower, fragrance is experienced, not deduced, analyzed and worked upon.” ~ His Holiness Maitreya Rudrabhayananda

Day of Joy and Blessings

Guruji with kids

Jai Gurudev
Is it possible to define a day or time or place of enlightenment for one who is born enlightened. We cannot claim a Sanyas diwas for an Atiashrami.
The divine bestowed the grand revelation of consciousness Isāprāgyacāitya, on this holy day in 1996 to His Holiness Maitreya Rudrabhayananda ji.
The expanse of this revelation is truly for this time and moment for it does not form any rituals or tradition no ceremonies and no special chanting. His holiness was bestowed this gift by a Supreme Master who was not present yet present to give permission.
The Divine spark played and played to give this vision and wisdom that can change the times to come. With holy prayers in my lips and an offering at His holy feet Parameshti-guru Ashiri Prajnaparamita Aghor Pinakin ji was always grateful for being a medium for His Holiness to witness His own creator.
It was a riddle, and a puzzle; for none knew the day, it was holy lips of Param Pujya ParamGuru Swami Chidananda Bharati ji who gave us this day to offer ourselves at the feet of His Holiness.
His Holiness too never recorded this day, not declared it, but it happened on this day in 1996. The beauty is the Divine creator since was not known by any name so His Holiness called the Divine Creator as Aghor MahaBaba Pinakadrika, The infinite expanse of Fire being shown by the grace of Parameshti-guru Ashiri Prajnaparamita Aghor Pinakin ji.
We celebrate this day and time.
In India I am not sure, only silence remains as always. Maybe silence is gratefulness and humbleness in India, for us who followed the ways of His Holiness know only grand celebrations for it is a moment to spread joy and happiness.
Sadev Kripabhilashi
Melvitzk Glasow

Lose Thyself in the Vision of the Lord

Lose Thyself in the Vision of the Lord, until then you are not alive.

What you seek and when you find it you understand the vastness that encompasses the name you know as God, then you actually realize how small you are in reality. The more you are able to see the vastness the more you lose your vision of yourself and then nothing of you remains. This is a stage of Fana or self denial.

Mein Rab ko Khoja har jagah

Mein rab ko paya har jagah

ansh bhar bhi na tha mein

rafta rafta mein kho gaya

(I looked for God every where,

I found him every where

I found not an iota of mine there

slowly slowly I was lost)

People often think that renunciation is self-denial. Self denial cannot be so complex. It is simple as if losing yourself in the name of God, this is true love.

There is an anecdote, which says that in a small village there was a mountain and for ages it was known as the mountain of mystery. Nobody knew why but those who climbed over the mountain used to smile and wave and go. None ever came back. One day the villagers did a unique thing. They asked a person to go on top of the mountain and before climbing the mountain they tied a rope on his waist. The moment he reached the top of the mountain he smiled and tried to cross over but as he was tied with a rope the villagers pulled him down. The person was still smiling and villagers asked him repeatedly what he had seen. The man just smiled in reply. This is true love. In simple terms, he connected with his heart and had seen the vision of God.

A person who has the realization only can truly smile. The smile is truly divine. You can see the difference in the glow of the face, you may ask him thousands of question but he will never be able to explain the feeling he has gone through. Die before Death is the true explanation. The day you die you merge with the divine. Death is not physical, not mental but you as an entity vanish. What remains is the divine. When this happens the soma-rasa or sura flows continuously. People talk about God as a form, as an entity but has someone who is alive seen God? No. Body may live, heart may beat but life shall not be there only the divinity is flowing there.

This may sound perplexing but it is true that your whole life is like a mask which you always consider to be true i.e. the body and the mind. This life is there for a specific period after which even the body also decays. This is the body known and seen and accepted. But that which you accept, should be true is not always the truth. Once you are able to move away from the body and mind, then death happens to the false life you accept as truth.

This is pure dying. This happens with giving at physical level, you derive pleasure from giving like when the mother feeds the child she derives pleasure of eating. This is pure art of dying, living life through others; this is the first step towards the spiritual development of dying. The more you are attached to things, more the pain you get. Give and share and then derive pleasure out of it, it will make life deeper.

Annihilation is a source of livelihood

Livelihood for life is death

Death is the source of Annihilation

Silence is the next stage. People feel that silence is keeping quiet for a long time. I have seen people being together for hours yet not one word being said. They feel they have shared much, still. Then there are people who feel that working or immersing oneself in electronic media like internet, email, telephone for hours, days and months is what makes up silence.

Can you call all this silence? It is nothing but satisfaction of ego, feeling a sense of elevation is all it does but love does not happen. Only a sense of fear and aversion happens. But then what is true silence? True silence is where you get to know the art of dying and yet have a smile on your lips. Knowing not what to say is divine if it comes from heart, the connection happens, otherwise every moment becomes a stressed out session.

See the same mother who derives pleasure in feeding the child, feels pain when the child grows up and ignores the aged mother. The mother feels the pain yet she becomes the epitomy of forgiveness with the attitude of relieving her son/daughter of mental and physical sufferings without any expectations rather than expecting that others should relieve her pain. This is situation of pure silence where the feeling of oneness happens from within but there is no want or desire.

Now, finally the third stage happens where a mureed or a disciple loses everything to the divine. In this loss he actually he gains. In the guise of an apparent loss, perfection is gained. That is why as much as one effaces oneself, one proceeds that much further in the spiritual journey. It is not so difficult as it appears, yet it is difficult if one has not found the way to it. It is an attainment which is gained by someone who is firm and steady, sympathetic and self-effacing, for the whole process of the spiritual attainment is in losing the false ego for the highest gain.


Atma Sanchaya Dhwani, Volume 1 Issue 13, 1st Nov, 2006

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