The twelfth month Viveka is named after Swami Vivekananda whose hand in structuring our system is fully acknowledged by the Master.
|Thought of the day
|Man ought never be away from his own level; and this level is called ABUDIYAT (The subdued).
|My Master Samarth Guru Mahatma Shri Ram Chandraji Maharaj of Fatehgarh (U.P.) India, has remodelled the 'Yoga' in a way that somehow you may come into contact with the Divine speedily.
|A few are so born who confuse dhal for boiled rice and take great pleasure in this confusion.
|Really the path nearest to yourself is the path to God. My revered master, Samarth Guru Mahatma Ram Chandraji Maharaj of Fatehgarh, has rendered wonderful service to humanity in this respect by providing the easiest means of gaining the object of life.
|The blissful time ushered in by His advent introduced a new era of spiritual awakening which promises a practical solution of the human problem of existence.
|A true devotee is one who loves Him not for any favour or worldly interest but merely for love's sake. He always remains in a state of compete resignation to his will.He is perfectly contended with all that is bestowed upon him whether good or bad,jouful or unpleasant.Joy or sorrow is meaningless to him.
|My heart remains connected with you all, here and elsewhere, giving impulse in unbroken silence to affect the hearts naturally in due course.
|Proceed towards Unknown. Love Him who loves all. Destination is not far off. Remembrance is the instrument.
|My restlessness lies in this, that you should continue to be restless to achieve the goal of attainment of the Divine which alone can give me Real Peace.
|A saint or a Mahatma is not in any way different from an ordinary worldly man, except that his mind and senses are in a well-disciplined state and wholly under his control.
|There must be one and only one goal so that one may not form different channels for the different goals.
|Really, that (Worry) is a great Justice and favour for humanity from divinity.
|By meditation we make a will in our heart covering thereby the surroundings around the heart region.
|While referring to this path to the Ultimate, saints have said 'beyond and beyond'.
|The retracing from it (intricacies) can now be effected only by the process of casting away all that he had taken in previously, and by removing perversion of thought by fixing it firmly in the right direction.
|Let us get so deeply involved in the thought of "This", that no thought arises at all of "That".
|When you clear off the matter and exhaust the power produced by you, I mean your self-created power, you enter the state just as it was in the beginning.
|The main purpose of training is that a man should begin to imbibe within him as much of godly attributes as possible.
|Rise before dawn. Offer your prayer and puja at a fixed hour preferably before sunrise, sitting in one and the same pose. Have a separate place and seat for worship. Purity of mind and body should be specially adhered to.
|It is a scientific principle upon which the division of the timings for puja and Sandhya is based in accordance with the natural effect of the time.
|In fact it (Reality) is all the sphere of Tam and Tam alone. This is the only thing worth achieving for a true yogi.
|The state of negation which one craves for and which is the real life, abides in it (Tam) and all activities cease before one reaches the point.
|People have lost sight of the true Reality which is beyond both light and darkness.
|Satyapad is itself a science for which one may not be well fitted unless he develops the capacity to perceive Nature with his inner eyes.
|When one resolves to do a thing, the connecting link between the thought and the work becomes intensified, and one begins to draw power from the real source in accordance with the strength of his thought.
|Performing of Sandhya before sunrise is stressed upon for the reason that the external heat and other influences, which have been driven out of the body, may not creep in again by the effect of the sun which would prevent our deriving the best advantage of the time.
|For picking up the pearls one must oneself dive deep into the ocean.
|It is better to sit in the grey of the morning for meditation.
|It is Raja Yoga alone that can successfully lead a man up to the highest level of approach - Swami Vivekananda
|In principle the devotee or abhyasi should present himself before the Master in the same manner as a soldier does at the time of parade.