Tag Archives: Shrii Shrii Anandamurti

Shrii Shrii Anandamurti’s comments on the tri-attributional primordial force

This is a follow-up on the previous posts Why 3? Why 3? (area related argument) The 3 fundamental variables are coupled pair-wise Orthogonality is harder to achieve as the number of explanatory factors increases In this post I wanted to … Continue reading

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Prabhata Samgiita (song 1)

O Lord, lead me on. Lead me unto the fountain of effulgence. O Lord, lead me on. I can no longer bear the pain of darkness in my heart. O Lord, lead me on. With Your songs, break my deep … Continue reading

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Force/Consciousness; Midichlorians/Microvita; Jedi/Sadvipra

This article is not about Microvita. I am not ready to write about Microvita yet. It is a huge subject. I don’t know where to start. Consciousness is huge subject too but I have been writing about Consciousness. You may … Continue reading

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The Three Factors for Spiritual Elevation

1. Spiritual surrender 2. Spiritual questioning 3. Service I wanted you to see this strongly worded discourse from Baba, especially his comments on pedanticism and his comment that the false vanity of intellect is the worst psychic knot. I find … Continue reading

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Ideation

English dictionaries define ideation as the process of forming ideas. This word is not very popular in the English language. For reasons that I cannot fathom, the word “ideation” acquired negative connotations in the English language. The Sanskrit word “bhava” … Continue reading

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Sound Archetypes of Sanskrit

This is an important subject. The “acoustic roots” of Sanskrit are also known as Biija Mantras. My understanding is that Biija Mantras are basically sound archetypes. I will take this opportunity to remind you about my writings on the subject … Continue reading

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Aham or Ego

Shrii Shrii Anandamurti explains Aham (Ego, “I do” consciousness, or second subjectivity) “Matter is the crudest manifestation of citta and citta is a metamorphosed form of Cosmic Consciousness. The two subtler manifestations of Cosmic Consciousness, the Mahattattva and Ahaḿtattva, are … Continue reading

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Analysis and Synthesis

“Spiritual philosophy is synthetic and those who have chosen this path are proceeding with their sadhana of attaining oneness. Hence, experienced scientists on this path cannot even think of destroying the hard earned emerald glow of the experience of other … Continue reading

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On Receptivity

Image credit I am not an intellectual in the classic sense. I don’t read a lot of books like intellectuals do. I follow my inner voice and pursue subjects that I have some natural receptivity. I don’t think hard on … Continue reading

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Ananda Purnima 2013

Shrii Shrii Anandamurti was born on May 21 in 1921 on the day of the full moon. We celebrate his birthday on the day of the full moon in May every year. This happy day is known as Ananda Purnima. … Continue reading

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Jadasphota

This is a follow-up on the previous posts titled New Perspective on the Quantum Mechanical Nature: Seeking Freedom Few Comments on Microscopic Black Holes where the ontological principles Consciousness cannot be confined for long Seeking freedom is one of the … Continue reading

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Baba Nam Kevalam

Baba Nam Kevalam Baba  : the Beloved,  the affectionate way to address the Parama Purusha (God, Cosmic Consciousness) Nam : Name Kevalam : all that exists, all there is The explanation from Ananda Marga web site is: Baba means “my most … Continue reading

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“What Is This World?” Lecture of Shrii Shrii Anandamurti

Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar (May 21, 1921 – October 21, 1990), also known by his spiritual name Shrii Shrii Anandamurti was one of the highest expressions of universal teacher in human history. He was the founder of Ananda Marga. He re-formulated … Continue reading

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Concept of Time: Shrii Shrii Anandamurti

“Time is not an eternal factor. Because what is time? It is mental reckoning of the motivity of action. This mental reckoning of the motivity of action [means that] where there is no action, there cannot be any time.” [1] … Continue reading

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Phusis, Physics, and Dharma

Etymological origin of the word physics is the Greek word phusis. The first usage of phusis can be traced back to Heraclitus who used it in his aphorism “what is born tends to disappear.” When this aphorism was cited in … Continue reading

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Layers of the Mind (Kosha and Loka)

Information about the layers of the mind (Kosha and Loka) can be found in many discourses of Shrii Shrii Anandamurti. The table below is from the book “Idea and Ideology” [1]. You can obtain Shrii Shrii Anandamurti’s publications from Ananda … Continue reading

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Ananda Sutram

Ananda Sutram was composed in Sanskrit by Shrii Shrii Anandamurti in the year 1961. It summarizes the Ananda Marga philosophy in sutra format. It consists of five chapters and 85 sutras describing the universe, the mind, the spirit and the … Continue reading

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A Commentary on “Vibration, Form and Colour”

In his discourse titled “Vibration, Form and Colour” [1], Shrii Shrii Anandamurti reminded us the following facts: Each “vibration” has “form” Each “form” has “colour” Therefore, each “vibration” must have “colour” as well. What is vibration? Shrii Shrii Anandamurti tells … Continue reading

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What is Devotion?

I never thought I would one day write an essay titled “What is Devotion?” I thought “devotion” was self-explanatory. But, every time I mentioned “devotion” there was either silence or questions. I now recognize that there is a linguistic barrier … Continue reading

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All in One, One in All

I have been fascinated by these words of wisdom: All in One, One in All. Say it in reverse. All in One, One in All. It is the same no matter how you organize the words. It gives me so … Continue reading

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Intuitional Science (5) – Attributional Capacity

Consciousness cannot be confined. Yet, as part of the Cosmic Drama, Consciousness allows itself to be qualified by its creative principle. The qualification of Consciousness can also be described using the terms of constriction, concealment, or subjectivation. All these terms … Continue reading

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Cosmic Inversion

There are many mysteries in the universe but the biggest mystery is the connection between the Cosmic Mind and the human mind. Full realization of this connection will lead to a new phase in human development. Interaction between the objective … Continue reading

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Psychic Pabula

Pabulum (from the Latin) means food; psychic pabula (pl.) means “mental food” or “mental objects.” Abhoga in Sanskrit is the proper term to describe this concept. The term “psychic pabula” is not comprehensive enough but it is the nearest English/Latin … Continue reading

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One and Zero

My teacher Shrii Shrii Anandamurti has a simple advice. I often fail to follow this simple principle. I hope you can. He uses the Sanskrit expression Parama Purusha to refer to God. “Your every action should be with Parama Purusha. … Continue reading

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