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Spontaneous readiness for intense action in Body level is YOGA
Spontaneous readiness for intense action in Emotional level is BHAKTHI
Spontaneous readiness for intense action in Mental level is UNCLUTCHING
Spontaneous readiness for intense action in Psychic level is SIDDHIS
Spontaneous readiness for intense action in Conscious level is ENLIGHTENMENT

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Boredom means not able to inspire yourself towards your Reality

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Avatar is a person who is directly descended from superconsciousness and radiates Sat Gunas (all auspicious qualities)

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Enlightened Master is a person who constantly showers enlightenment on others.

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There is too much beauty surrounding you.
There is too much glory around you.Just celebrate it!

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Attachment is never towards a person, it is towards a personality

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When you are in Self remembrance, whatever is not good in your life, will drop out; be it relationships, business decisions, addictions, lifestyle, or anything else. Your Self is the master of your life, remembering yourself, the master of your life. Remembering any God is not required, if you just remember yourself, that is enough, because you are God !

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Celibacy has to happen from Fulfillment , not from frustration.

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Vedic mind means ability to look into anything and grasp the subtle truths embedded in it.

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Suffering makes you think about basic questions of life. But you forget this basic questions when you are entertained by mind.

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When your love is awakened your insecurity disappears

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When Compassion expresses itself in raw, pure, innocent form it is intelligence

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Not letting the past swallow the future in present is unclutching

Trying is clutching doing is unclutching


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Dropping the conclusions you can't be transformed is unclutching

Looking at every situation with deep authentic sincere awareness is unclutching

Trusting the possibility and living is unclutching

Burning the past with the fire of present and creating pure future is unclutching

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Full awareness without any memory is unclutching

Unclutching is constantly happening you need to do only resting in the unclutching

Past trying eat future is clutching stopping that is unclutching

Not making your words and forms in to experience is unclutching

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God self world are all different words not worlds this is unclutching

Realization and reality is always one and the same never separate this is unclutching

Noninvolved ment. In the mental pleasures and pains is unclutching

Inner space +unclutching =enlightenment

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Easy or difficult both are concepts realizing this is unclutching

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Unfortunately you dont respect life's cappacity and you always go out to get solutions. Kalpataru -Life is sitting in you.
Unfortunately you dont engage your life.Try to sort out life solutions externally.
Constantly trying to find solutions externally , not believing the solutions can be experienced internally is our problem.

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The source -Life is covered by pattern of extravert .
Let me interpret this in the angle of health. Your being is capable of healing you, for your health any time , any where.
Body has the cappacity to cure itself ,by itself at any moment. Body cures itself by releaseing the right chemicals needed to cure in that moment.
Pattern of out going without reason is the reason , recovery doesnt happen immediately.The out going pattern is literally killing you.
Life can heal you at this very moment.Life can make any of your desire into reality this moment.Life can safgaurd and protect you from any external impact. That Life is not becoming part of your life due to fear.
Fear constantly engages you outside.-extravert.
Constantly dont engage yourself in extravert pattern.It destroys life in every step, mind, health, social status,relationship. Extravert sense destroys.
Expansion of life is destroyed by pattern of moving constantly extravert.

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Getting comfortable with higher identity is not ego.
Talking outside as if you are higher identity is ego.
But if you are higher identity inside and express it ,it is not ego

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This book ( Living Enlightenment : Gospel of Nithyananda ) is for anyone who wishes to live a fulfilling life. It reveals the secrets of the
self, Existence and the world. It is for every individual to start experiencing the ultimate
purpose of taking human birth on planet earth. It is meant to give the experience of:
Shakti, the Energy to understand and change whatever you need to change in life
Buddhi, the Intelligence to understand and accept whatever you don’t need to change in
life
Yukti, the Clarity to understand and realize that however much you change, whatever
you see as reality is itself a continuously changing dream
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Bhakti, the Devotion, the feeling of deep connection to That which is unchanging, Eternal
and Ultimate, and
Mukti, the ultimate Liberation into Living Enlightenment when all these four are
integrated.

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Once you come out of maya, you never come out of God again.

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PARAMAHAMSA SRI NITHYANANDA on Mountains become mustard seeds!

WE CRINGE when questions come our way. We try to avoid searching questions that cause us to look within. Only questions that lead us towards the experience of peace will give us bliss.

Bliss or joy is grossly misunderstood. We equate it with the excitement of a new acquisition. Think of the excitement we have when we acquire something new: like a car or house. How long does it last? Not for long. Once we achieve the goal, the excitement and happiness disappear. This is not the joy or bliss that spiritual masters refer to.

Ramana Maharishi, a realised master of the 20th century, defines this condition beautifully. He says: before you get it, even a mustard seed looks like a mountain; after you acquire it even a mountain looks like a mustard seed.

Do we know what we want? Unfortunately, none of us do. We think we know. Are we happy with our success? We can’t be. We will never be. Till we know what we want we will never be satisfied with whatever we achieve and acquire. Otherwise at the end we will find that whatever we have acquired is of no value to us. We are chasing desires. This chasing leads us into an endless cycle of desires and wants. Most of these desires are not our own. They are borrowed from others. The possessive feeling and labelling of things and relationships as ‘mine’ is the most dangerous trap that mind can set for us. It is never ending, never fulfilling and always leading to suffering. Why are we so uncomfortable asking ourselves why we seek something? We run without resting in order to fulfil desires based on comparison with what others have. Once we get what we are running for, we do not understand what we have been running for. So, the discontent stays.

How can we end this confusion or suffering? We will continue to suffer and be disillusioned until we know who we are, the question of what we want cannot be answered.

The smallest but greatest book I have ever read is a book of sayings by Ramana Maharishi titled Who Am I. Let us dare to ask this question. This question will lead us into a long journey. Our question transforms itself into a quest. Our urge becomes urgent.

We often think answers will end our questions or problems. Any question that is directional and leads to an answer will only add to our confusion. Only when the question leads us toward experience will we experience bliss.

Awaken this intelligence, this bliss, this joy that is undiminished. Watching our mind is one way to awaken it.

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PARAMAHAMSA SRI NITHYANANDA on Question to end all questions!

WHEN we ask a question, many a times the answers we get are unexpected. One such question is: Who Am I? We will certainly ask many questions in our lifetime. This question is central to all our other questions. The other questions supplement and compliment this central question.
We ask many kinds of questions. Some people question out of innocence, like a child, out of curiosity. We ask some questions to exhibit our knowledge and ego. Sometimes we ask questions to check out if others are more knowledgeable. Often we ask questions out of ignorance. Our questions often express our confusion.
Laura, a teacher, was instructing the last class of the academic year. She prepared a few questions to get feedback from students on her teaching style.
One question in the questionnaire was: “Have I influenced your attitude towards the subject?”
A student answered: “No, I still like it.”
When people meet me, they start conversing with me about enlightenment and God. They begin to say that they wish to follow the spiritual path with my guidance. They ask esoteric questions on karma and moksha. I change the subject to other matters. We talk about their personal lives, families, businesses, everything under the sun, except anything remotely spiritual. They never return to their original question on spirituality. It does not matter to them really.
The fervour with which they started their queries was only to impress me with their keen interest and knowledge. Such fervour will not sustain. Their enthusiasm will evaporate rapidly.
‘What is Brahman,’ asks Arjuna to Krishna in the Gita. Krishna says, “If I ask you to repeat the question, you would have forgotten what you asked.”
We keep asking questions about all external objects and issues, who is this, who is that? But we never turn our questioning inwards and ask, Who Am I?
If we are spiritual, we would be interested asking ourselves, ‘Who Am I?’ It will answer our other questions. The questioning attitude itself will dissolve. Our mind survives by questioning. More answers means more questions.
Questions are the fuel for our minds. Unless we answer that central question, ‘Who Am I?’ we can never come out of the cycle of questions. An answer to a question can lead to another question.
Ask yourself this question repeatedly. It will finally extinguish all questions. The more we ask this question, the clearer we become in our mind. This is a path to bliss.

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