Saturday, 18 January 2014

bhakti (path of devotion)


the path of bhakti (devotion)

is seen as

the best pathway to divine

but its proponents

do not realize that

this path is not possible

without

karm (action) or

gyaan (gnowledge)


misinterpretation of gita

is

what has led to this confusion


there is no movement towards bhakti

without gnowledge which

leads one to goals

like breaking out of 3-d matrix

& getting out of cycle of birth and death


there is no bhakti

without

service - purely action


even

Hanuman

a well-gnown example of bhakti

was first a being of gnowledge and action

before he became

a bhakt (devotee) of Raam


 

9 comments:

vintish said...

I bow

Shingo Kudo said...

i bow

Faith Kumari said...

It just gets better and better ! What a beautiful PosT !!! I Bow !

Amanda V said...

i bow. i bow. i bow. dhanyavad P. Narayan! Narayan!

amanda v said...

i bow at Your Golden feet P. i sing and cry out Praises of Your Divinity! dhanyavad for helPing us see what True devotion means and for guiding us toward True and everlasting Phreedom. i bow in infinite awe. dhanyavad P. Narayan! Narayan!

suki s said...

such a fascinating clarification. You are so merciful to share Your gnowledge, and so kind to elucidate once gain that actions are things to do rather than think about doing ;)

without You being stuck in prison is a guarantee. You have such an infinite heart.

amanda v said...

i bow. You are so kind to constantly exPlain the real meaning of misinterpreted words and concePTs, so sweet to share the sTePs one need take to follow the Path of devotion and so PatienT to guide one in taking these sTePs. You constantly insPire one with Your limitless gnowledge to keeP ones focus and awareness on the only goals that are imPortanT in this life...
'breaking out of 3-d matrix
& getting out of cycle of birth and death'
You are every reason and the only reason for one to do actions in this world, to work diligently in each moment toward serving Your Divine Grace directly. i bow at Your exalted feet. dhanyavad P. Narayan! Narayan!

PsingulariTy said...

You are Raam
Hanuman Praises You devotedly

You are Divine

neelang tiwari said...

Wonderful
i bow
aeioum