Saturday, March 15, 2014

“ All virtues are contained in the highest virtue, that is, H U M I L I T Y.

Nama Article 16th March 2014



Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji's Namadwaars and GOD satsangs across the world celebrates Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Jayanthi by chanting Mahamantra, Annadhanam to needy and Nagarakirtan on 16th March 2014


This is celebrated as 'Holi' Day.

After Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhuji's descent on earth on this day, it is also a 'holy' day.




His Holiness Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji, in his kirtan "Ashtadalapoo", beautifully speaks about the eight-petalled flower with which one has to worship the Lord. Each petal he refers to here is a quality that the worshipper should possess: Forgiveness, Truth, Compassion, Peace, Devotion, Dispassion, Love and Knowledge. Great saints have all shown us that the Lord will bestow us with these qualities if one humbly submits to Him in prayer. Hence the key to unlocking all of God's treasures lies in the single quality: Humility.


" All virtues are contained in the highest virtue, that is, H U M I L I T Y.

Likewise, all vices are contained in the one vice, that is, pride.

The excellent qualities in a man do not shine forth if he lacks humility. A man may have many vices but if he were humble this would show him to be a man of good nature.


Adi Sankara commences His Shatpati stotra as, ' Avinayam apanaya vishno.'


'Avinayam' means pride. He prays to the Lord to remove his pride because God graces only those devotees who are devoid of pride.


Chaitanya Mahaprabhu who established Nãma Siddhãnta not only said that a Bhakta should deem himself to be lower than a blade of grass but He also prostrated to everyone.

Please check these: Excerpts from a discourse by our Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji


Chaitanya Mahăprabhu, a great scholar that he was, threw away everything and took to incessant chanting of 'eka năma'


Mahaprabhu made lions and tigers sing and dance to the tune of Nama Kirtan. What does this go to show? If you chant the Maha Mantra constantly, the whole world will be at your feet!


While those who have mastered the Mantras to provide relief to mundane worldly pains like scorpion bite etc. hesitate to disclose the Mantras, how compassionate is our Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, who has generously given to everyone the greatest of Mantras - the Mahamantra for the welfare of the entire Universe!


Catch hold of the Mahamantra. Chant it continuously, whenever you get time and leave the rest to Him.


When a person utters the Divine Name of Shri krishna, be he a fool, immediately Shri Gauranga (Chaitanya Mahaprabhu) bows down before him in reverence.


I do not know the full potency or the fruitful benefit of chanting the Divine Names. The sweet Name of Shri Krishna dances on my tongue of its own accord.


The fruit attained through the chanting of this single Name of the Lord cannot be attained through any other means. This is the easiest method.


As soon as we take up the Mahamantra for chanting we cannot but remember the great avatara purusha –Sri Krishna Chaitanya Mahaprabhu!


One can attain Liberation if he Chants the Single Name of the Lord again and again. Chanting the Name of the Lord is like traveling in the right direction


Though the Sun's rays are spread equally all over, yet when they are passed through a lens thus directing them through a single point they have the power to burn up


Is it then surprising if such a mind does not remain steadfast on a single path of worship?


Chanting a single Divine Name of the Lord ('eka Nãma') helps the chanter deepen his concentration and also helps in sustaining the chanting for long hours effortlessly


Anantha janmanjche(m) thapa eka nama l


A single Divine Name is so powerful that one cannot commit as many sins as it can erase even if he were to take a vow to commit only sins.


Just as an arrow travelling towards its target, the Naama does not stop its work until it shows God to us.

Chant the Mahamantra Nama kirtan :


Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare

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