Kaanididiyani cheppanga kalaru kani
Bangalore, Brindavan (Summer Course )
Jihve Rasgne Madhurapriyetwam00:00:24
My tongue! You are fond of sweet things and have the knowledge of discriminating taste; I tell you the highest truth, which is also the most beneficial.
Control the breath and follow the eight fold spiritual practices, Turn the vision inward and attain steady concentration, The true experience of bliss is in that state of eternal union!!
Phalamu Leni Vrukshamu Vale00:00:25
A tree without a fruit, a fruit without the juice, an animal without intelligence - what is their use? If you die without realizing the objective of life, what is the use?
Shastrambu Neppudu Sathyambuganenchu00:00:50
But today even the Brahmins who are supposed to study the scriptures are neglecting them. All sections of society, whichever caste or community they may belong to, should perform their duty with devotion and dedication. Instead of discharging his duty, man is wasting his life in mean pursuits. Consequently, he is unable to enjoy even a fraction of the unlimited peace and happiness he is endowed with.
Pilachi aduga cheraku pettuna belambu00:00:11
If we call the sugarcane and ask to give us sugar, does it give us? No. Only when it is crushed well and processed, it does.
Jagathini Jeevinchu Vadu00:00:31
The one who lives in this world should first become a human being and understand what the nature of this body is. One who goes on praising the bad deeds of others is a fool. The way of understanding one’s self is the path for liberation.
Indra Lokamaina, Chandra Lokamaina00:01:00
According to the words of poet Vemana, it does not matter even if you go to the world of Indra or to the land of the moon. You should try to get on the Nandi and see the Divine and understand the self. Ordinarily, the word Nandi means “bull”. But Vemana has used this word Nandi synonymously with Buddhi or intelligence. He means that if we make ourselves distant from our intellect and go to the moon, the happiness that we get will not be the right kind of happiness. The right kind of happiness is contained in our own mind and within our own thoughts.
Balasthavath Krida Saktaha00:02:35
While one is in his boyhood, he has the desire to play and sing. When he grows into a young man he begins to think of love and women. When he grows older, his failing mind is full of worries and doubts. When is he to turn towards spiritual affairs and ask questions relating to Brahman?
Anithyam Asukham Lokam00:01:44
The world that we see is only a transient one. It is not a permanent one. This world is also full of things which are not quite good or quite important.