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Mar28
LEARNING FROM MAHATMA: DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR
LEARNING FROM MAHATMA: DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR

It is said that Mahatma Gandhi preached that you don’t see, hear or speak ill about any one.

I have given some explanation about this in my book “Stress: Understanding and Management”.

But more recently I have begun to realize that the essence of this preaching is;

When we start “seeing” the common root of the apparent universe, through the practice of NAMASMARAN; we begin to realize that all of us are actually driven by the same root cause; (MAHAKARAN).

This perception leads to following conclusions.

Whatever and whomever; we see, hear or speak about; is a reflection of the same common source as ours. We are equally responsible for what we see, hear or speak about.

So; we begin to introspect and stop getting agitated by the apparent chaos and disturbances and stop acting violently (seeing bad, hearing bad and speaking badly about) or feeling helpless.

We realize that the radical solution to the problem is intensifying our NAMASMARAN so that you we merge with the MAHAKARAN and cast constructive influence effectively; on the apparent disturbances and chaos inside and outside!

It is well known that Mahatma Gandhi (and Acharya Vinoba Bhave also) had a very strong conviction about the paramount importance of NAMASMARAN in life and practiced NAMASMARAN with topmost priority. We have a golden opportunity to verify this conviction.


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