In the last fifteen years I have had many experiences, experiences can be pleasant and unpleasant. Many unpleasant experiences taught important lessons of life.
If we talk of God , God is onmipresent whom you see, listen, experience and about whom you think. In fifteen years, have I learnt many lessons/
From 2011, I have listened to every conflict going inside me and listened to the inner voice and experienced MY TRUE SELF. From them, my journey of life took a new turn.
Why do I emphasize on Japa of OM NAMAH SHIVAY? Because nam samranam has immense power, the more and more you do namsankirtan of OM NAMAH SHIVAY it will be good. In these years from 2006 to 2011, I came to know about Shakti yoga and various kinds of sadanas, which awaken you for one moment. You are watching various things happening around you like birds flying, change of the days and so on that is not awakening.
Babaji’s journey of Self Realisation – Conversations at Potala guest house, Rasuwa, Nepal
It was on the evening of 25.June.2019 that Babaji gave an account of his journey to self-realisation. The assembled group of 37 devotees had undertaken the holy Kailash Mansorvar yatra with Babaji. They heard the story from Babaji and his elder brother Vishal.
Babaji: ….Colours were spread all over the room… They asked Swami, ‘Who will clean this?’ The room was filled with colours as was the bed. Babaji went upstairs to have food and then sat thinking ‘Well, Swami has spread colours in the room. Others will not help (the responsibility of cleaning the room is with Babaji for the last 15 years]. It takes an entire day to clean and Babaji gets tired cleaning the room. The bed is full of colours as are the photographs, the floor and every object in the room. Just imagine what the scenario would have looked like. And I [Babaji] sat thinking to myself ‘I cleaned the room, people have come with plates full of colours and now Swami has spread colours all over the room. So I came downstairs with the bhog [offering of food to God]’. There was a message from Swami that read ‘Please provide a table fan. I will clean the room myself. Tomorrow is the day for cleaning’.
Kailash Manasarovar Yatra – Babaji’s talk on 25.06.2019
In connection with this Yatra, I have a small message for all of you. I shall begin with a story. We have all heard of the great king Alexander the Great. Once, as he was casually passing by a village, he came across a Yogi seated there, holding a shiny, glittering object in his hand. The Yogi upon seeing Sikander tried to hide that glittering object from the king. Noticing this, the king asked the Yogi, why are you trying to hide from me that object which I have noticed already? What is that object?“, he asked of the Yogi. The Yogi replied, this object is a very precious and invaluable one. In fact, it is so very precious that all your wealth put together cannot match its value. The king replied, Okay, let us see what it is and if it really is as precious as you claim it to be. The Yogi went to add, this object is also a very heavy one! As a matter of fact, it is so heavy that the combined weight of all your wealth cannot match this object’s weight!
|| Om Namaha Shambhave || || Om Shri Gurubhyo Namaha ||
Babaji‘s Discourse on
7th June 2019
A swan has
this ability to separate milk from water. Similarly, there is a title that
saints or Guru’s bestowed with – Paramahansa. Not everyone is bestowed with the
title of Paramahansa – there are certain qualities that need to be reflected within
knows knows what he really is, how he views his Guru, what he thinks and
believes about his Guru. Some Gurus wish to change qualities of a disciple for
their own selfish reasons. They may praise you, or say you are great devotee.
They may add something to you which may not be correct. However, a Paramahansa
is a Guru who accepts you as you are. He has the ability to separate your good
qualities from your bad qualities and show both of them to you. Paramahansa is
a Guru who accepts you as you are. He accepts his disciple as he or she is with
good as well as bad qualities.
|| Om Namah Shambhave |||| Om Shri Gurubhyo Namaha ||
Babaji’s Discourse on 6 June 2019
What is Omkar? Omkar is a wordless sound. It is not a word; it is only a sound or dhwani. Omkar is the origin of every religion. Every religion has Omkar as its root. Omkar has a great importance in every religion. That is a wordless sound. Omkar is a sound that is resonating in the entire universe. It keeps resonating. One who can hear this Omkar resonating from within, he knows everything.
We are not referring to the Omkar we chant which is very easy to hear but to the Omkar which is constantly resonating from within. Omkar is the source of all positive vibrations. Once we hear this Omkar resonating from within, it marks the beginning of our spiritual journey. When you close your eyes and try to listen to the sound from within without any thoughts, without chanting, remaining blank or silent, then we will be able to hear the sound.
Sairam. I am very happy for the opportunity to come here, your love for me has brought me here. I have been wanting to meet Bhaiya (Sumeet Thappo) for a long time and feel really happy to have met him and all of you.
Some important topics covered are:
Devotee Question: During prayers, bhajans, the mind finds ekagratha(Oneness with God), Shanthi(peace), a happiness, how do we carry this over to other times? At other times, we don’t find this, why?
Babaji’s answer: Swami has given an easy 5 fold path – Sathya, Dharma, Prema, Shanthi, Ahimsa. It is not necessary that you follow all these 5 paths at the same time. Sometimes, you do speak the untruth – like when someone calls on the phone and you may say tell them I am not here. Whatever is easier in this 5 fold path – Sathya, Dharma, Prema, Shanthi, Ahimsa, you follow one of these ardently. If it is easier for you to talk with love, work with love and be loving with others, then chose that. If it is easier for you to speak the truth, stick to this. When you follow one of these, the other four will come automatically.
Everyone is seeking a God who does miracles, especially in these days. What we cannot really see, yet watch it happen, that is a miracle. And we are all seeking a God who will give us whatever we ask.
What is a miracle? When we think of miracles, we think of the miracles of Swami, we all know about this, like the way Swami manifested statues etc, miracles that have happened till today and will continue.
Everyone has a limit to their intellectual capacity, a limit to their thinking process. Those experiences in life that are beyond what one can think or imagine, when one sees, hears, feels or experiences such a thing, it is a miracle. One can think until the limits of his thinking powers, what happens beyond one can never know or reach.
There are some things which are better left unknown, for knowledge of this will make you unable to do work of any kind, e.g, if you were to know you are going to die in a couple of days, this knowledge can come in the way of the daily living.
What is God or who is God? God is a positive energy, God is a Vishwas or belief. And positive energy can never be negative. You go to a God’s temple and come back happy. However sad or despondent your mind was before you entered the temple, when you are in God’s temple, you find a Shanth or peace. God(temple) has so much positive energy that when you go there, even with all your sadness, gloom, you become Shanth or peaceful. Similarly, if God says it will be done, it will be done, move on..
God is only one, His energies are the same everywhere, but the way He executes things are different in different places because God comes down only for the welfare of the society(Lok Kalyan). When the work has to be done – be it schools, hospitals, lots of other good work, God gives people opportunity to do Seva in all these. But along with the work to be done in society(Seva), understanding oneself, knowing oneself is also very important. Continue Reading
The following are the translations of the devotee Q&A session that followed Babaji’s divine discourse on 15 June 2018.
Question from devotee on Prayers:
When we are in a difficult situation, we feel the support of an invisible force, helping us, guiding us. And sometimes even after doing sincere prayers, and asking many times wishes are not fulfilled. Sometimes it feels, God is with us, knows everything about us, so should we request Him to fulfill our wishes? Should we pray? Or should we just keep quiet, not ask and go with the flow?
Babaji’s answer: The first thing is God knows everything. The other thing is what is your role in all this? Karm or work. You have to do your work(karm), you have to do your prayers. God has two accounts – there are times when you think of something and He grants it to you right away. At other times, it feels like God does not listen to you. This happens to everyone. Continue Reading