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Letting Go

Letting Go

Dhyana

“Dhyana is a process of letting go, it doenot matter where or how. the first stage of dhyana is when it is done in market place, amidst crowd and noise, if lots and lots of conditions are put then it remains nothing more than a ritual and a process.” ~ His Holiness Maitreya Rudrabhayananda

Miracle

Being in Life is a path of growth
Your one step changes the way
Nature walks two steps towards you
Breathing in life will bring life
Breathing anguish brings in anguish
Your effort to walk is rewarded
Your deeds are rewarded
Keeping up the good deeds
One finds miraculous things happen
Miracles fills your life at every turn
One day you would become a Miracle
A miracle others will be living on
Those who live shall themselves be a Miracle
~ His Holiness Maitreya Rudrabhayananda
04-Nov-2003

Connecting Back

Connecting back

Connecting back

Lies

“The moment you lie, all the truth that you want to share to the world becomes questionable.” – His Holiness Maitreya Rudrabhayananda

Mind

Mind

Thirst

This incident appeared in 1992, I had boarded train from Chitrakut to come back to Delhi. The rush was less, opposite to me a Mahatma was sitting while a local businessman was sitting on the side seat. In India it was normally seen when trains stop on railway station, lot of vendors board the train. It was around 7 pm when a station came and likewise local vendors boarded the train. Some sell peanuts, hot ready snacks, some used to carry mud pots filled with water and sell. Likewise on such a occasion I saw a young kid boarding the train with the mud pot. Immediately the local businessman called the kid 'aye come here' The kid filled a mud glass (kulhar mug) with water and came to the business, before taking the glass, he asked "how much" The kid replied "25 paise" "Give for ten paisa" the business said Kid did not say anything but smiled and poured the water back and moved forward. Mahatma sitting across me got up and walked behind the Kid, after sometime he came back and sat on his seat. I was watching him and he too knew that we both had seen what was happening. The Mahatma said "I had gone after the kid and asked him why he was smiling and walked away without giving the water. The kid replied that the person had just asked the price of water, he was not thirsty, for someone who is thirsty would first drink water and then give the money. " We both smiled at the great truth provided at that moment. So true, for someone to attain Divine and to gain success in life, one does not get into ego hassles, argue to prove something, one just pursues the path to attain it, He has to have the thirst for it. Those who keep arguing and fighting to prove their ego as prominent fail miserably in all paths of Sadhana be it spiritual or material. ~ His Holiness Maitreya Rudrabhayananda

This incident appeared in 1992, I had boarded train from Chitrakut to come back to Delhi. The rush was less, opposite to me a Mahatma was sitting while a local businessman was sitting on the side seat. In India it was normally seen when trains stop on railway station, lot of vendors board the train. It was around 7 pm when a station came and likewise local vendors boarded the train. Some sell peanuts, hot ready snacks, some used to carry mud pots filled with water and sell. Likewise on such a occasion I saw a young kid boarding the train with the mud pot. Immediately the local businessman called the kid ‘aye come here’ The kid filled a mud glass (kulhar mug) with water and came to the business, before taking the glass, he asked “how much” The kid replied “25 paise” “Give for ten paisa” the business said Kid did not say anything but smiled and poured the water back and moved forward. Mahatma sitting across me got up and walked behind the Kid, after sometime he came back and sat on his seat. I was watching him and he too knew that we both had seen what was happening. The Mahatma said “I had gone after the kid and asked him why he was smiling and walked away without giving the water. The kid replied that the person had just asked the price of water, he was not thirsty, for someone who is thirsty would first drink water and then give the money. ” We both smiled at the great truth provided at that moment. So true, for someone to attain Divine and to gain success in life, one does not get into ego hassles, argue to prove something, one just pursues the path to attain it, He has to have the thirst for it. Those who keep arguing and fighting to prove their ego as prominent fail miserably in all paths of Sadhana be it spiritual or material. ~ His Holiness Maitreya Rudrabhayananda

Peace and Clarity

“… if you don’t have peace, clarity and confusion persists, it isn’t because
someone took peace and clarity, from you; you gave it away. You truly
cannot always control what happens to you, but you can control what
happens in you. Bring the peace within and clarity will be there.” – His Holiness Maitreya Rudrabhayananda

Life

“Life is a lovely stadium that continuously keeps testing a person’s will
Either by having nothing happening at all, or having everything happen all at once.” – His Holiness Maitreya Rudrabhayananda

Better Person

“Everyone has been a fool,
Everyone has made mistakes
Everyone has been hurt,
but learning from those
experiences can make
Every single one you a better person.” – His Holiness Maitreya Rudrabhayananda


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