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Nithya Satsang with Paramahamsa Nithyananda

Paramahamsa Nithyananda lauded the indigenous lifestyle of Hinduism. He described how villages are unmonitored but managed by the strength of their own integrity, by Dharma.

"Unmonitored but managed is what I call Dharma. Nobody is monitoring Sun and Moon; they are all managed by the strength of their own integrity. Unmonitored but maintained by it's own integrity, that Dharma does not create stress on citizens, it is not law which needs enforcement department. It's a Dharma which just needs enlightenment department. 

This celebrative lifestyle of Hinduism is centered on Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha. The principle of Moksha is celebrated by the lifestyle of Dharma which shares, generates and shares the wealth which is in turn celebrated and enjoyed by the Kama.

His Holiness also elucidated the difference between Shunyatva and Poornatva. 

"Poornatva IS worship of Sadashiva. Pratyahara is not withdrawing; giving different ahara. Dharana is not withdrawing; flowing in a focused direction. Dhyana is not emptying yourself, but by constructing the right thought currents which leads you to the space of Oneness. “Yogaha Chitta Vritti Nirodaha” (Patanjali Yoga Sutra 1.1) Means yoga is transforming the Chitta Vrittis into Oneness, not Cessation! Cessation means destroying, non-existing, getting rid. Nirodaha means getting back; getting back is not getting rid. Let this be on record, let the History tell: Nithyananda might have started teaching meditation but He became matured and moved out of Meditation! He moved out of the Max Mullerian Buddhistic translations of the Hindu tradition and got back to His original grounding!"


Navratri Day 4 Culturals and Darbar

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