Thursday, July 28, 2016

Holy feet??

True Meaning of Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini in Gnanam means the following: Kundalini = Kundu + Oli + Nee. In Tamil Kundu means ball. Oli means Light. Nee means You. So Kundalini the word gives the meaning like this "The light in the ball is you". So we the Soul is what represented by Kundalini. Where is the light in the ball? The Soul which is in the center of our head is accessible and expressing itself as the light in our eye ball. This divine light that is expressed in the pupil of our eyes is what called as Kundalini.
Yogam means union. Kundalini Yoga means uniting our mind in the light in the pupil of our eyes. This is the true meaning of Kundalini Yoga.

Yoga Sastram tells that the Kunadlini is in the end of spinal cord. We donot want that. TiruArutPrakasa Vallalar has clearly told that Pranayam or any other breathing practice will not lead one to to the Supreme Lord. Yoga and Pranayam were not recommeded in this age.
TiruArutPrakasa Vallalar also tells

"Any Spiritual practice will give a vision of small light, many get struck with arrogance and ego and remain in the same state on getting these visions".

Siddhar Tirumoolar also warns about yoga practices in his song in TiruManthiram which is as below:
“Even if one does yoga for 8000 years he cannot see and realize the divinity in the eyes.
Only if you see within yourself with the divine light of eyes you can realize that the SupremeLord is mixed in you” – Saint Tirumoolar

To explain furthur, all the saints of the world have described the Supreme Lord as Light. One who tries to attain the Supreme Light using the air will not succed.

The Soul light is accessible from the Eyes and hence eyes are called as holyfeet of god. (TiruVadi). Capturing the holy feet (divine light in the pupil of the eyes) with the divine consiousness got in the eye via Tiruvadi Deekshai will lead one to self realization and God Realization

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Lotus feet - Great masters

Shri Adi Sankaracharya’s Guru Ashtakam

Even if you have a pretty body, a beautiful wife,
Great fame and mountain like money,
If your mind is not attached to the Lotus feet of Guru
What is the use? What is the use? And What is the use?

Even if you have a wife, wealth, children grand children.
House , relations and are born in a great family,
If your mind is not attached to the Lotus feet of Guru
What is the use? What is the use? And What is the use?

Even if you have a wife, wealth, children grand children.
House , relations and are born in a great family,
If your mind is not attached to the Lotus feet of Guru
What is the use? What is the use? And What is the use?

Even if you are an expert in six angas and the four Vedas,
And an expert in writing good prose and poems,
If your mind is not attached to the Lotus feet of Guru
What is the use? What is the use? And What is the use?

Even if you are considered great abroad, rich in your own place,
And greatly regarded in virtues and life,
If your mind is not attached to the Lotus feet of Guru
What is the use? What is the use? And What is the use?

Even if you are a king of a great region,
And is served by kings and great kings,
If your mind is not attached to the Lotus feet of Guru
What is the use? What is the use? And What is the use?

Even if your fame has spread all over,
And the entire world is with you because of charity and fame,
If your mind does not bow at the Guru’s feet,
What is the use? What is the use? And What is the use?

Even if your mind stays away in the forest,
Or in the house, Or In duties or in great thoughts
If your mind is not attached to the Lotus feet of Guru
What is the use? What is the use? And What is the use?

Even if you have priceless jewel collection,
Even if you have an embracing passionate wife,
If your mind is not attached to the Lotus feet of Guru
What is the use? What is the use? And What is the use?

That blessed one who reads this octet to the Guru,
Be he a saint, king, bachelor or householder
If your mind is not attached to the Lotus feet of Guru
He would get the great gift of attainment of Brahman.

Katha Upanishad
The Purusha, of the size of a thumb, is like a flame without smoke. The Lord of the past and the future, He is the same today and tomorrow. This, verily, is That.

The eye is the lamp of the body. If your eyes are healthy, your whole body will be full of light.  ` Matthew 6:22

Eyes are windows to the soul - William Shakespeare

Lotus feet of God is home of my mind – Guru Granth sahib
Surrender fully unto lotus feet of God that is the only business of the perfect human – Srimad bagavatham 1.5.20

That who submit his mind to Govinda, washes all the sins by
Meditating on the lotus feet of Godvinda – Adi shankara

O My Lord Narayana! You are full of unlimited Grace. I
Sincerely take refuge at you lotus feet – Adi shankara

All five elements are present in the lotus feet of God eyes.
-         Gnana Sarguru sivaselvaraj,

I offer my respectful obeisances unto my spiritual master, who with the torchlight of knowledge has opened my eyes, which were blinded by the darkness of ignorance. – Prabhupada

The mind can dis-entangle itself from worldliness, if through her grace, she makes it turn toward herself,
Only then does it become devoted to the lotus feet of Divine mother. One must propitiate the divine mother, the primal energy, in order to obtain God’s grace. God himself is mahamaya, who deludes the world with her illusion and conjures up the magic of creation preservation and destruction, she has spread this veil of ignorance before our eyes.  ~ Sri Ramakrishna

The big difference between a scholar and holy man. The mind of mere scholar is fixed on ‘woman and gold’. The saadhu’s mind is on the Lotus feet of Hari – Sri Ramakrishna.

Love for the Lotus feet of God is alone real, and all else illusory. – Sri Ramakrishna

For a true sikh, Lotus feet of the beleoved satguru is a heaven of Bliss, spiritual
Peace and joy and abode eternal. Immersed in the fathomless depth of this
Ocean of Bliss, one loses one’s “I’ ego and separate individuality and identity and
Experiances a taste of eternity in one’s own luminous soul. – Sri guru sranth sahib

Placing the attention on the lotus feet with a reverential attitude can dispel mundane preoccupations of ego, such as desires born out of vanity, pride and
Greed. Suffering, affliction pain fear and discontent fade away as body and mind
Become purified through attaching mind to the lotus feet. The illusion of separation from divine fades away. ~ Anonymous

Taking refuge at Gurus lotus feet, the devotee can receive innumerable spiritual
Benefits, just as he might attain through making pilgrimages, fasting, doing charitable acts, performing austerities and engaging in yogic disciplines. – anonymous.

The whole idea of the Mahabharatha culminates in the ultimate instructions of the bhagavath gita, that one should relinquish all other engagements an should engage oneself solely and fully in surrendering unto the lotus feet of Lord.

To destroy the form of the mind, enquire into the ego, the delusion, and enter the heart. This indeed is the worship to the lotus feet of Guru’s Holy form who abides
In the still silence that is beyond the mind- Ramanar

Like a cataract upon the eye, the ego- view plays trick on us, masquerading as being – consciousness even as it moves about in the insentient body. To prevent its formation and growth is worship to the graceful Twin lotus feet of the Guru  who exists and shines as the transcendental firmament.  Ramanar

If you want to attain liberation and redeem yourself by cutting asunder with the sword of true knowledge that false ignorance that has strongly bound you in the  form of an individual self, let your mind spring up immediately with surging love and without wasting a moment of your life, meditate constantly upon the Golden Lotus feet of the reality who, in the form of the guru, has taken you into his fold.

Great devotees are valled adiyars because they lie at the Lotus feet of Lord. In Sanskrit too we have similar term Acarya pada Govindpada Bagavathpada
Foot is called pada in Sanskrit, its known as ADI in tamil – Maha periyava.

Once the devotees mind, captivated by the Good qualities of the Lords, dwell on his Lotus feet, all their sins are absolved ar they will not see even in dream, yema and his lieutenants armed with roaps in their hands. – Srimad bhagavatham

Hearing singing or chanting remembering and thinking about your auspicious names and forms, engaged in various activities, but at the same time the mind
Thinking of lotus feet, such person will never again be subjected to the cycle of births and deaths. - Srimad bhagavatham

Nayana Deeksha is deeksha by the eye i.e by the guru looking on the disciple and communicating spiritual light. – Anonymous.

Surrender yourself to the lotus feet of the Guru with your senses and mind disciplined, and free from the shackles of samsara you will behold the Lord -
Bhaja Govindam.

O my mind,worship the lotus feet of the indestructible One! Mira says offer mind to those Lotus feet – Mirabai.

Mira’s Lord is the Mountain-Holder the suave lover. I sacrifice myself in devotion to his Lotus feet.  – Mirabai.

They are supreme ascetics who keep their Guru’s feet in their conscience. – Sadavsiva brahmendra

Madhvas and Gaudiyas share many of the same philosophical points. Both
Need to surrender to the Lotus feet of the Guru.

Even by the sightest rememberance of Krishna’s Lotus feet, all your sins may be burned up. Then through wholehearted devotion everything else will be attained.
~Jagadguru Madhavacharya

Lamps burn in every house,
O Blind one! And you cannot see them. One day your eyes shall
Suddenly be opened, and you shall see; and fetters of death will fall from you.
-          Kabir sahib.

80% contact with the world is through eyes. You move into the world almost only through eyes; They say 80% = osho

There are thousands and thousands of stories.. just by look one can become enlightened. They donot appear rational to us. How is this possible? This is possible! Even a look from the master into your eyes will change your total being,
But it can change only if your eyes are vacant, valley-like. – Osho

Remove the 7 veils to have athma jothi darsan. – Vallalar

Lift the veil that obscures the heart and there you will find what you are looking for – Kabir

Just between these two eyes is the third eye, the wisdom eye. The energy falling back from eyes hits third eye. – Osho

Blind man is 80% non-alive, he lives 20% - osho

You never look at each others eyes. You can touch the body there is not so offensive – but never look into each others eyes because that will be too much. Too near. You will penetrate the real man.– Osho

Through eyes 80% of the energy moves out. You are moving into the world through eyes. – osho

Focus your consciousness on his lotus feet and the inverted louts heart shall blossom forth. – Guru Granth sahib

One who enshrines his Lotus feet, meet the beloved lord; the divine light is revealed to him. – Guru Granth sahib

Your eyes show the strength of your soul – Paulo Coelho

I pray to you and worship at your golden lotus feet in complete faith – Thiyagaraja

O mother Tualsi! Deign to come and protect me; I have placed faith in only your holy feet.  Thiyagaraja

A single jump from the eyes can lead you to the source. That is not possible anywhere else from the body. From elsewhere you will have to travel long the distance is great. But from eyes a single step is enough to enter into yourself. – osho

Eyes are meeting point of you and your body. No where else in the body meeting is so deep. Human body and you are so separated, a great distance is there. But at the point of eyes you are the nearest to your body and body nearest to you. That is why eye can be used for the inner journey. – Osho.

Sunday, August 2, 2015

Windows into reality, windows into God.

The art of cleansing your eyes. the art of dropping the dust that has gathered on the mirror of your consciousness. It is natural, dust gathers.

Man has been traveling and traveling for thousands of lives – dust gathers.

We are all travelers, much dust has gathered – so much so that the mirror has completely disappeared.

There is only dust upon dust, layers and layers of dust, and you cannot see the mirror.

But the mirror is still there – it cannot be lost, because it is your very nature.

If it can be lost then it will not be your nature.

It is not that you have a mirror: you ARE the mirror. The traveler is the mirror – he cannot lose it, he can only forget it. At the most, forgetfulness.

Again the religions are against the senses. They try to dull the senses and sensitivity. And the senses are your doors of perception, the senses are the windows into reality.

What is your eye? What are your ears? What is your nose? Windows into reality, windows into God.

If you see rightly, you will see God everywhere. So eyes have not to be closed, eyes have to be opened rightly. Eyes have not to be destroyed. Ears have not to be destroyed because all these sounds are divine.


Thursday, July 30, 2015


Greatness of Guru 

l. The eye that sees not the beauty of the Guru’s Lotus-Feet is really blind. 
2. The ear that hears not the glory of the Guru’s Leela is really deaf. 
3. Life without a Guru is death. 
4. There is no treasure like the wealth of Guru’s grace. 
5. There is no safe boat like Satsanga of Guru to cross the ocean of Samsara. 
6. There is no friend like the spiritual teacher. 
7. There is no abode like Guru’s Lotus-Feet. 
8. Remember the Guru at all times. 

Devotion to Guru 

9. Worship the Guru with the flowers of faith and devotion. 
10. Satsanga with the Guru is the first pillar in the temple of Self-realisation. 
11. Grace of God takes the form of Guru. 
12. To see the Guru is to see God. 
13. Blind is the man who has not seen the divine Master. 
14. There is but one religion, the religion of devotion and love to Guru. 
15. Devotion to Holy preceptor arises when you have no worldly hope. 
16. The company of spiritual teacher will simplify your struggle. 
17. Rest in Guru and do the right. 
18. Have faith in your Guru’s grace and do your duty. 
19. Disobedience to Guru is digging your own grave. 
20. A Satguru is a continuous blessing for a disciple. 
21. The heart of a Jagad Guru is a shrine of beauty. 

Service to Guru 

22. Goal of life is Service to Guru. 
23. Every unpleasant incident in life is a test of your trust in Guru. 
24. Disciple considers the actions; Guru weighs the intentions and motives. 
25. Doubt in the Guru’s action is the greatest sin. 
26. Never try to appear before your Guru what you are not. 
27. Obedience is the law of life for a disciple. 
28. Don’t miss any opportunity to serve your Divine Teacher. 
29. Be sincere and earnest when you serve your Divine Preceptor. 
30. To love Guru is to serve Guru. 
31. To live is to serve the Divine Master. 
32. Obedience to Guru is better than reverence. 
33. Obedience to preceptor is better than sacrifice. 
34. Adapt, adjust, accommodate with your Guru under all circumstances. 
35. Don’t talk much before your preceptor. 
36. Pure love to Guru is true obedience to Guru. 
37. Give the best things to your teacher first. 


Thursday, July 9, 2015

Understand about the Eyes

Eyes are the most non­ bodily part in the human body, the least bodily. 
If matter can become non­matter, then such is the case with eyes. Eyes are material, but simultaneously they are also non­ material. 

Eyes are a meeting point of you and your body.
Nowhere else in the body is the meeting so deep.
The human body and you are much separated, a great distance is there. 

But at the point of the eyes you are nearest to your body and the body is nearest to
you. That is why eyes can be used for the inner journey. A single jump from the eyes can lead you to the source. That is not possible from the hand, not possible from the heart, not possible from anywhere else in the body. From elsewhere you will have to travel long; the distance is great. But from the eyes a single step is enough to enter into yourself. That is why eyes have been used continuously in religious yogic and tantric practices.

The first reason is because you are nearest from there. That is why, if you know how to look into someone’s eyes, you can look into his depths. He is there. He is not so present anywhere else in the body, but if you can look into his eyes you will find him there. It is a difficult art to look into someone else’s eyes, and it comes to you only when you have taken a jump from your own eyes within; otherwise you cannot look. If you have not looked within beyond your own eyes, you cannot have a look into someone else’s eyes. But if you know how to look into the eyes, you can touch the depth of the person.

That is why only in love can you look straight and stare into another’s eyes. Otherwise, if you stare into someone’s eyes he will feel offended. You are trespassing; this is a trespass. You can look at the body ­ there is no trespass. But the moment you stare into somebody’s eyes, you are trespassing his
individuality, you are trespassing his individual freedom, you are entering him without any invitation. 

That is why there is a limit, and now the limit can be measured. At the most you can be allowed to look for three seconds. You can be allowed just a casual look and then you have to move your eyes; otherwise the other will feel offended. This is violent, because you can have a glimpse of his inner secrets, and that cannot be allowed. - - Osho

Learn to meditate on lotus feet of God with eyes open - Gnana sarguru sivaselvaraj

Monday, July 6, 2015

Eighty percent of your life moves out through the eyes. Osho

You move into the world almost only through the eyes; they say eighty percent. Those who have been working with eyes, the psychologists, they say that eighty percent of contact with the world is through the eyes. Eighty percent of your life moves out through the eyes.

That's why whenever you see a blind man, you feel pity. You never feel so much pity and sympathy when you see a deaf man, but when you see a blind man, suddenly you feel sympathy and compassion. Why? -- because he is eighty percent non-alive. A deaf man is not so non-alive. Even if your feet are cut and your hands are cut, you will not be so unalive, but a blind man is eighty percent closed; he lives only twenty percent.

Through your eyes eighty percent of your energy moves out. You are moving into the world through the eyes. So when you get tired, the first thing is the eyes. Later on, other parts of the body will be affected; the eyes will be the first to be drained of energy. If you can refresh your eyes, you can refresh your whole body, because they are eighty percent of your energy. If you can revitalize your eyes, you have revitalized yourself.

In a natural surrounding you never feel as tired as you feel in an unnatural city, because in a natural surrounding your eyes are continuously fed. The greenery, the fresh atmosphere -- everything relaxes your eyes and feeds them. In a modern city everything exploits your eyes and nothing feeds them. So move to a remote village, or to a hilltop where nothing artificial is in the milieu, where everything is natural, and you will see a different type of eyes. The twinkling, the quality, will be different -- fresh, animal-like, penetrating, alive, dancing.

In a modern city, eyes are dead; just living on the minimum. They don't know what festivity is. They don't know what freshness is. The eyes are unaware of any life flowing through them; they are just being exploited. Eighty percent of your energy moves from your eyes, so you have to be perfectly aware, and you have to learn an art about this movement, this energy, and the possibility of the eyes.

In India we have been calling blind men PRAJNA-CHAKSHU -- wisdom-eye -- for a particular reason, because every misfortune can be transformed into a great opportunity. Eighty percent of the energy moves through the eyes, and when a person is blind, he is eighty percent not alive; with the world eighty percent of his contact is lost.

He is very poor as far as the world without is concerned, but if he can use this opportunity -- this opportunity of being blind -- then he can use this eighty percent of his energy for his inner world; this eighty percent that you cannot use ordinarily unless you know the art. So eighty percent of his energy is with him, it is a reservoir, and the energy that normally moves out can move within. If he knows how to allow it to move within, he will become a wisdom-eye.

A blind man is not a PRAJNA-CHAKSHU, a wisdom-eye, just by being blind, but he can be. He doesn't have ordinary eyes, but he can get the eyes of wisdom. The possibility is there. We named him PRAJNA-CHAKSHU just to make him aware that he should not be sorry that he doesn't have eyes. He can create an inner eye, and eighty percent of energy is with him which is not with those who have eyes. He can move it. He can use it.

Even if the blind man is not aware, he becomes more silent than you are. He becomes more relaxed. Look at a blind man. He is more silent. His face is more relaxed. He seems to be at ease with himself; no discontent. This will not be the case with a deaf man. He will be more restless than you, and he will become cunning. But a blind man is never cunning, never restless, never calculative; basically trusting, in a deep faith with existence.

Why does this happen? -- because the eighty percent of energy, even if he doesn't know anything about it, is moving within. It becomes a constant fall, just like a waterfall. Even unaware, it goes on falling on his heart. The same energy that moves out, goes on falling on his heart -- that changes the quality of his being. In ancient India the blind man was very much respected -- very much respected. In deep respect we called him PRAJNA-CHAKSHU, wisdom-eye.

The same you can do with your eyes, and this technique is for that: to help your energy which moves out to fall back upon yourself, upon your own heart center. If it falls on the heart, you become as light as possible. You feel as if the whole body has become a feather; as if gravitation has absolutely no effect on it. And immediately you are connected with the deepest source of your being, which revitalizes you.

Where is lotus feet?