Saturday, September 6, 2014

Says Kabir, for you to understand this, have the union with Divine Name always which is the only hope.

Nama Article 6th September 2014


Sant Kabir


Pehle agan viraha ki, pachhe prem ki pyas

Kahe Kabir tab janiye, naam milan ki aas

पहले अगन विरहा की, पाछे प्रेम की प्यास |

कह कबीर तब जानिये, नाम मिलन की आस ||


First the pangs of separation, next grows the thirst for Love

Says Kabir, for you to understand this, have the union with Divine Name always which is the only hope.


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


to attain 'Prema Bhakti' it will suffice if one would keep chanting 'Radhe! Radhe!


'Similarly, my friend,' the master says, 'you can sit like that forever, but you'll never be meditating or understanding truth.'


The intention of continued chanting of the Divine names is to take one to the state of total selfless, unconditional LOVE


I can worship God, but how can I love LORD KRISHNA? You can love Him if you understand that Sri Krishna is pure love and love alone.


That love, can sprout only by his grace. His grace descends when we chant the Mahamantra.


Mechanical chanting is the only starting point we can attempt. It matures to love by grace.


Repetition of Name will create Love. Hari will be yours when you attain Love


Only in the company of Sadhus is 'premai' experienced in one's heart.


Feeling blessed, "How fortunate am I to have been blessed with this Nama!" one should drown Bhagavan in 'premai' - love


If you desire the company of Premikas(the Loving ones) Associate yourself with Muralidhara!


Kathaa sravanam (Listening to glories of Lord) and Nama kirtanam (Chanting the Divine Names) are the two foundation stones upon which bhakthi is built


Only a pious devotee can acquire Prema Bhakthi through simple devotional acts like Chanting of the Divine Name of Shri Rama


In this state, the devotee performs Bhakti for the love of Bhakti. This is the supreme state called as Prema Bhakti.



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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