The Master takes us to his Tapobhoomi

Beautiful 3 days spent in the land of Rajasthan with the Master.  Every nook and corner we travelled in Lalsot had posters of the shivir at every locations including taxis and markets. One thing i was surprised with was the heights of hospitality in a world where one thinks of so many excuses or shrinks away to even offer someone a glass of water or tea and here are the Rajasthanis, who go beyond anything to serve their guests. All the while i was thinking that the home next to the venue, where we ate food, was a place arranged by people for us as done in other locations we travel to. To my surprise while we sat on the ground and ate our food in the huge compound of this home, i saw many new people walking into this compound inside which sat ladies of the house making rotis. When people walked in, they were asked to sit, paper plates were laid and food was served immediately. The lady making rotis asked all those seated continuously whether they wanted rotis. If it was a yes, she would

Happy GuruPurnima 2020 - Go take a sip of that bliss within....

The Master is everyone's but yet nobody's. Once Swami Rama's disciple said to his master that He was so fortunate to have spent so many years with his master, Bengali Baba, to which Swami Rama disapprovingly answered, "How can one be with someone who has no time for anyone but God?" Meaning, that even though Swami Rama was physically with his master all the time, His master was elsewhere all the time - with the Divine. The Master is nothing different. Those who meet Him soon get to know that He belongs to noone but the Lord himself. Before one can settle into the feeling of 'He is mine', He has already skipped elsewhere catering to someone's need and before they can understand that He cannot be caught under rules and tradition, He has moved elsewhere to the next and before one can make Him settle into the comforts of riches and luxury, He is already in some other place. While he was actively teaching, he was like the wind, moving from one place to the other, blowing across everyone's face irrespective of their religion, caste, or status. Masters like him can be caught and held captive only by true feelings, in the heart, nowhere else, nowhere else... And, that is the place He functions very effectively and powerfully 24 x 7....

This Gurupurnima, let us understand the essence of it all. The Guru is the radiating light of pure consciousness, a spark of which has already been ignited in the heart of the seeker who has been initated by him. If you access that spark which is in your own consciousness, you can in no time reach the flame of the Guru's consciousness. The Agya chakra is the Guru Chakra, where is seated one's Guru. The image of the Master must be meditated upon the Agya Chakra and deep within one must contemplate of the Guru's consciousness and divine things are bound to happen, especially if you do it on the Guru Purnima, on which day the Master is specially connected to all his disciples, for on this day, the Master remains in prayer and meditation for all his disciples. Those who connects with him in the sacred space on this day, experiences the bliss and grace of the Master - the Divine Touches of the Master.

The essence of Guru Purnima is silence - the deep contemplation on the sacred space and communing with him through the window of your soul and the door of your Master's soul - the Guru Chakra, the Agya Chakra.
Aum Gurubhyo Namaha!

My Poem for the disciples of the Master

Let me tell you something oh dear seeker
There is something more if you can become meeker
something more than health, wealth, child, spouse
more bigger than the car, land, estate or house
Have you drunk the wine he is intoxicated in?
Go take a sip of that bliss within....
When your eyes get weary admiring his story
and his robes, name, titles, and glory
when you get tired of all your hails and praises
settle down to look for his footprint traces
Have you drunk the wine he is intoxicated in?
Go take a sip of that bliss within....

The whole masses are in search of his abode
Or memories of anything they can load
But, then all wonder where does he often go to roam
Because even though there, he is never at home
Have you drunk the wine he is intoxicated in?
Go take a sip of that bliss within....

Have you found why were you ever brought to him
Or with the regular demands the purpose went dim?
Shake yourself oh seeker of truth and light
Awaken and see there is more than what's in sight
Have you drunk the wine he is intoxicated in?
Go take a sip of that bliss within....

Did you forget the Master's hand pointing to light,
Or are you obsessed looking at the hand in delight?
Or was it hard for you to miss the true insight,
As the glitters of worldly formalities got too bright?
Have you drunk the wine he is intoxicated in?
Go take a sip of that bliss within....

When you crave to pass through all of life's endurance
With your eyes and ears constantly seeking an assurance
You will never find him in the external and gross
For his abode is right amidst your eyebrows
Have you drunk the wine he is intoxicated in?
Go take a sip of that bliss within....

Obeisance, love and oneness is what flows today 
As the disciple remembers the Master today
The Guru chakra is the place of Master-Disciple union
that will always keep active the sacred communion
Have you drunk the wine he is intoxicated in?
Go take a sip of that bliss within....



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