Thursday, July 23, 2009

Karma, Gyana and Bhakti

He is the man who was not, we should say, such a big businessman. Because first He told you how to become Sthita Pragya: Sthita Pragya is the one who is in a witness state. If you see all these verses on Sthita Pragya, is nothing but a person who is in a witness state, how he lives, how he is happy, how he looks at things. It’s interesting, very intersting. First He describes that, not like sharp people who will first describe first the bad things. But He starts with the best, then He goes down to other things and tells you whatever are the three aspects.

The first He talks about Karma and many people get stuck at that point, that: “whatever karmas we are doing, we’ll get the punyas out of it.” But He didn’t say that. If you know Him, then you will know He never meant that. What He says is that: “Whatever karmas you have to do, you can do it, but leave the results to the Divine Power.” Results are from the Divine Power. Now maybe that some people think that they have got money because they have done good karmas and start doing all kinds of bad karmas with that money. He didn’t say that. He said: “Leave the results to the Divine Power.” Because Divine Power knows best what is good for you. And so, if you think you have done something good, you have served somewhere to the poor, you have done something really good for the women or anything, the result of that, you leave it at the feet of the Divine Power. It means that you don’t build up an ego for whatever you have done. Very well, He has written The best, but to understand Him, one should have again the witness state, to see what He has written about karma.

Then He has written about “ Gyana.” Gyana means ‘what you know.’ But that doesn’t mean you go on reading books, never. Gyana means to know what you are. That means you have to be a Sahaja Yogi by which you know so many things through vibrations. Gyana doesn’t mean reading books. By reading books you become more ignorant. So Gyana means that you must know yourself. If you do not know yourself, you do not know anything. So it comes to that, you must get your self-realisation. You must know yourself. It’s the second thing He has said.

Lastly He talks about Bhakti. Bhakti is devotion that too is another trick of Shri Krishna, the way He described Bhakti. Now you find people on the street: “Hare Rama, Hare Krishna” singing. In one word, He’s concluded, He says: “you must do Ananya Bhakti.” Ananya means when there is not the other. That means when you have submerged yourself into the Divine. When you are one with the Divine, then you should do Bhakti, otherwise I do not accept. He says that: “If you give Me some leaves or some fruits or some flowers, I will accept.” But for Him, the real Bhakti is only possible when you become one with the Divine, otherwise it’s just a show.

So the third Bhakti part also comes after self-realisation. Now in the Bhakti you see there is no—what is the value is and how much you’ve paid for it and how you bought it, it’s not important.

H.H.Shri Mataji
Shri Krishna Puja,
16th August 1998, Cabella

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