Friday, August 31, 2007

Pearls of Wisdom,Q&A during discourse Sensitivity with Sound

This clip (discourse titled "Sensitivity with Sound") contains Nithyananda's candid answers to questions put forth by devotees in St Louis during the Shiva Sutras discourse series in May 2007. In his characteristic no holds barred answers, Nithyananda sheds light on questions of seekers from the consciousness of an enlightened being.

True Meaning of Love

Nithyananda in this clip taken from the discourse titled "Love is Your Very Life" (Bhagavad Gita 12) says that after spiritual experience comes Bhakti and social service. It is not the other way. Only a person who had the experience of every being as part of the cosmic consciousness, only he can know and radiate love. Words and deeds of an Enlightened Master, however trivial those may seem, always do good to everyone. On the other hand words and deeds of an un-Enlightened person, however great those may be, bring misery. For example, a simple instruction such as "Watch your Breath" from Buddha helped thousands to experience the Consciousness, whereas the "Theory of Relativity" led to the invention of Atomic Bomb.

Virtuous Circle

Nithyananda in this clip taken from a discourse titled "Love is Your Very Life" (related to Bhagavad Gita Chpt 12) says that Bhakti and Jnana are one and the same. Expressing the gratitude happening because of the spiritual experience is Bhakti. Having the spiritual experience and rejoicing, and staying in the experience is Jnana. Usually people are caught in a vicious circle where fear leads to greed and the greed in turn leading to more and more fear. Vicious circle results in low energy. A Virtuous Circle happens when Bliss due to spiritual experience leads to expression of it as Gratitude/Service and the Gratitude/Service in turn leading to Bliss. The Virtuous Circle leads to high energy and higher and higher levels of consciousness. Dharma is Virtuous Circle.

Awakening of the Third Eye

There are several thousands of techniques to awaken the third eye. In this discourse taken from Shiva Sutras discourse titled, "Awareness Gates to God", Nithyananda beautifully describes the power of the third eye.

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Phonetic Importance of Sanskrit

In this clip taken from discourse titled, "Sensitivity with Sound", Nithyananda beautifully explains to us that all sounds in the universe can be reduced to 52 syllables in the Sanskrit language. He talks about the phonetic importance of Sanskrit. This is why, mantras when chanted, even though one may not understand the chant, will still receive tremendous benefits due to vibrations created by chanting.

Centered on Soundlessness

In this clip taken from discourse titled, "Sensitivity with Sound", Nithyananda explains importance of techniques that take us beyond the mind with a beautiful Zen koan on one hand clapping.

Expression of the Experience

In this clip taken from discourse titled "Love is Your Very Life -- Bhagavad Gita 12", Nithyananda explains that anyone with spiritual experience will have no option other than to express it since the experience will be possessing them. He also stresses the importance of listening to Masters who have spiritual experience.

Omkara Meditation -- The First, Last & Ultimate Sound

In this clip taken from discourse titled, "Sensitivity with Sound", Nithyananda takes us through a guided meditation from Shiva Sutras. This powerful technique is one of the six sound based techniques given by Shiva to achieve Shiva Consciousness. The technique is based on Omkara, the primordial sound of the universe.

Meditation - Idagala, Pingala and Sushumna Nadis

In this discourse titled "Actualize your Potential", Nithyananda reveals a profound meditation technique to AWAKEN THE LIGHT OF ENLIGHTENMENT, as given by Shiva Himself in Shiva Sutras. Here, Nithyananda beautifully describes a technique to bring awareness to the three nadis which represent intellect, materialism and intelligence.

Reality & Dream

In this clip taken from discourse titled "Actualize your Potential", Nithyananda beautifully explains that if desire is flooded with intelligence, your dreams become reality and the intelligence will also show you that all reality is just a dream!

TV Interview with Nithyananda - Being in Seattle

In this TV interview in the show titled "Being in Seattle", Paramahamsa Nithyananda in his characteristic style sheds light on a broad range of questions posed by talk show host, Rosemary Broccoli.

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Meditation on Neutral Zone - Technique & Meditation

In this clip Nithyananda explains the technique to meditate on the neutral zone -- the zone between incoming and outgoing breaths and vice versa. The clip is taken from discourse titled, "Beyond Body and Mind".

Fear, Courage & Identity

This clip is taken from Nithyananda's discourse titled, "Beyond Body and Mind".

Breath & Mind - Deeper Connections

In this clip taken from Shiva Sutras discourse titled, "Beyond Body and Mind", Nithyananda beautifully describes deep relationship between the pattern of breath and the state of mind.

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Guru Poornima 2007

This video clip summarizes Guru Poornima celebrations held at Bidadi Ashram in India along with message from the Master to devotees around the world. The discourse was followed by blessings to over 25,000 devotees who attended this program from all over the world. (Discourse starts after 09:40 minutes, or in the last 23:00 minutes)

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Story of Paramahamsa

Nithyananda talks about aspects of enlightenment during a July 2007 trip to the Himalayan pilgrimage centers with followers.

Leaving the Body

During His 2007 trip with over 300 followers to pilgrimage locations in the Himalayan mountains, Nithyananda addresses the commonest fear of them all -- leaving the body, and teaches us how to face this fear.

Churning of the Milky Ocean

In this discourse delivered at Angkor Wat, Nithyananda comments on the famous mythological story of Kshira Sagara Bandhana or Churning of the Milky Ocean. He provides a fresh perspective on this mythological story as it relates to the shedding of the ego.

Karma and Rituals - A Deeper Understanding

In this discourse delivered during the recently Himalayas Yatra, Nithyananda shared deeper secrets of Sanchita, Prarabdha and Agamya Karma. He tells us that gaining deeper understanding into these truths will help us burn away the Prarabdha Karma we bring with us when we take this body, while not accumulating Agamya Karma in this lifetime.

Samskaras and Prana Flow

In this discourse delivered during Himalayas Yatra in July 2007, Nithyananda beautifully discusses the connection between prana flow and samskaras.

Ashram versus Monastery

In this discourse Paramahamsa Nithyananda, in His characteristic manner describes key differences between an ashram, which is a living, buzzing energy space, and monastery, which has become a dead space due to lack of a Living Master at its helm. He explains that Monastery + Living master = Ashram, and Ashram - Living Master = Monastery!

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Deeper Insights into Mahabharata Epic

In this ground breaking discourse delivered in Siem Reap, Cambodia, Paramahamsa Nithyananda provides a fresh spiritual perspective on Mahabharata, the longest epic ever written.

Part 1
Category: Logic of Counting, Thought Trends, Individual Consciousness, Tamas / Laziness


Part 2
Category: Personality Development, Parental Conditioning, Writing Bestsellers,


Part 3

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