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The Master takes us to his Tapobhoomi

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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

Kanhangad Visit - Jan 2011

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Last time we traveled to Kanhangad and stayed in the ashram for 3 days and meditated in the caves of Bade Baba (Baba Nityananda).      Out of the many feedbacks on the visit some requests were to let everyone know when such visits are being planned by ShivYog sadhaks. So, keeping that in mind, we are informing about the next planned 3-day visit to Kanhangad with a stay in the ashram itself  on January 2nd, 3rd & 4th, 2011 (Sun, Mon, Tue) How to reach: Kanhangad is in the border of Kerala/Karnataka and falls in Kerala State. Nearest airport/railway station/bus stand is Mangalore. From  Mangalore i t is about 70 kms and takes about an hour to two by bus/train. Almost all trains going to Kerala pass through Kanhangad station. You may check out for more info about trains on -  www.indiarailinfo.com You may come directly to Kanhangad ashram or if you wish to join us from Mangalore, we will all be  meeting in Mangalore by morning of Jan 2nd, Sunday  and we will leave for Kanhangad by

Siddhas and animals

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"Those whose minds are merged in Samadhi, are not deluded by the external jugglery. They are quite fearless. Siddhas (God-realized souls) are not afraid of the world. A tiger or a cobra, when they see such a person, become calm. forgetting their ferocity. Similarly, all animals becomes calm at their sight. Even the enemies forget their enmity and become friendly. As soon as they see a Sadhu, they become stone-still. What is the cause of this? It is because of their doubting nature. At the sight of a Sadhu, there is no darkness.  Mind gets itsefl purified, realizing the Satwa quality. The whole atmosphere around Siddhas is permeated with Peace. Hence, even animals forget their Tamas quality and become calms. In the presence of a Sadhu, all their doubts disappear and the truth shines before them."  ~ Baba Nityananda INCIDENTS OF BADE BABA WITH ANIMALS Once some devotees saw Swami Nityananda sitting near a tree with a cobra. He was patting the snake

Gurusthavan Hymn

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The Gurusthavan was written by Tulsi Amma, an ardent devotee of Baba Nityananda. It was only due to Tulsi Amma that the teachings of Bade Baba could reach us, as she recorded whenever Baba spoke in trance. A small effort has been made to compose this beautiful hymn all in praise of the Guru along with a video presentation. It is important to note that this hymn has not been written on any person but the " state of nityananda ". Hope you enjoy the melody. Namah Shivaya. To download this audio click here . To download this video click here . To listen, watch and download more of such creations from this blog   click here .
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