A View of Santhigiri Ashram

A View of Santhigiri Ashram
Lotus Parnasala and Sahakarana Mandiram , Santhigiri Ashram, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

83rd Birthday Message of Navajyoti Sri Karunakara Guru

BIRTHDAY MESSAGE
(As Revealed from Guru-Prakasham through Revered Shishyapoojitha Amritha Jnana Thapaswini)

The peace-hymn of time (time-yuga, chaturyuga and manvantara) marches ahead, unawares, like the gurgling start of little streams, through realizations in the past, the present, and those yet to be! The sages who come under that blissful realization and the far sighted seers who transcend many a divine moors; when their assemblage in unison is observed, the eternal truth of each life is perceived - which is one’s self surrender. The ability to perceive the truth in passim - sometimes sparsely, sometimes nothing at all, or fully - carries its share of self-sacrifices and as many piercing thorns as beautiful blooms in that everlasting truth. We have seen it all in the melody of time; and marked it well with cathexis deep. We should be able to discern well whether the (spiritual) visions are in tune with the Will of God, whether they will take us nearer to God, and whether they would aid the effort of helping the coming generations to the path of God realization.

We could, as well, see some stagnating in the track leading to Truth’s abode, unable to exhaust the ways of vice and virtue and delve into all aspects of perfection. In such a winding path, like the springtime that arrives on the turns of nature, one arrives at the track of God realization, perceiving the form and formlessness of time, through fulfillment of the ways of dharma and karma.

Among the star clusters, beyond the spheres, sparkles the Choti, (Guru’s birth star), absorbing the luminous rays through struggles and inheriting the wealth of grandeur in everything; to share it with others for humanity’s good. Performing actions as demanded of time, in the right manner, the song of experiential truth takes us ashore to the abode called God and becomes the rock base of Sanatana Dharma. That base is the experience of the indivisible quintessence of the brilliance (of Guru) that pervades the cosmic expanse; fulfilling, as it were, the experience from the bubble of a rivulet to that rock-solid austerity, from which everyone could extract, and serve to oneself, in abundance.

It becomes the truthful experience of spiritual moors (spiritual planes), as contained and declared in the message to the world from Santhigiri. That truth belongs to the ONE, who is the guardian and savior of Godly will and the affluence of Godly justice, and the transcendent Father, guiding all actions (refers to the embodiment of Guru).

Santhigiri, on this occasion, exhorts all, again and again, that the children in the world be able to partake it (the truth of Guru) with humbleness. That Truth treads in the tender most and simple manner through love, thorns, blooms, peace, and spiritual planes, in a rightful track.
Bowings again and again at the feet of those who say, ‘Walk up the path of Truth and realize’. The aim of Santhigiri is the actualization of Guru (Guru Margam) with the humblest prostrations and folded hands; it is the unfolding at length of the aspects of time, its distinctive features, and of the solar systems.

Santhigiri prays ever for those among us who keenly seek the details of the all pervasive hidden concept of time; to get it fulfilled as per the divine justice, to come closer to it, and to have the luck to work and experience it, as per the will of Brahman. It seeks the origin of the bliss of divine realization from among the alcoves of knowledge; which flows as the hymns of praise, as bliss in all spiritual skies.

Let all of us be able to bow before that Truth and prostrate, for the dictum is - ‘Word is Truth, Truth is Guru, Guru is God’. Sowing perfection among the community of disciples on the mysteries of spiritual visions, oracles, self-manifest truth and self-realization in their totality, (Santhigiri) exists as ‘Lokah Samastha Sukhino Bhavantu’ and ‘Aum Santhi’!
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