S’ ghā no yog ā bhuvat s’ rāyé s’ purandhyām.
Gamad vājébhirā s’ nah.
1(Vow:)Exactly He2, be optimum3 in our Yog4, He for wealth5, He in woman6. He must come with the holy wars7, he Ours8.
1. R’shi: Madhuchchhandā M. Vaishvāmitr
Dévtā/Divine Subject: Indr, the controller of organs
Chhand/Meter: Nichr’d Gāyatrī
3. ‘Ā bhuvat’ in the original text.
Never settle for somewhat.
Always try for optimum.
If you yourself try for somewhat, it maybe, you can’t get even a bit.
Never forget all the infinite creations are made on the principle of survival of the fittest.
If you don’t prove that, you are fit for any system, whatsoever the system may be, the system will reject your growth and prosperity, sooner or later.
You may curse the system; you may fight against it, but both these attitudes of yours can’t help you in your survival in the system, as far as the system is in prevalence.
You have either to live in the system, or fight against it.
There is no other third way for any one, as far as the system is in prevalence.
Both the options require your full dedication for your success.
Never forget that even every Ācharañ Nāyak and every successful revolutionary has followed this principle.
They never accepted the system they were born in.
They always hated it and fought against it.
Yet, they always respected and followed the law of the land till it was in prevalence.
They hated anarchism more than they hated the system in prevalence.
It’s always better to have even an inappropriate system in the society than the chaos in it.
It does not mean that you should not fight against an inappropriate system in the society.
On the contrary, it is the principle teaching of every religion to fight against an inappropriate system prevailing in the society.
‘Kr’ñvanto Vishvamāryam’ means the same thing.
Lord Jarathustr preached against then prevalent inappropriate system in the society.
Lord Moses did the same.
Lord Jesus Christ did the same.
Ħuzūrs also did the same.
Yet, none of them preferred anarchism against the inappropriate system prevalent in the society in those days.
If you study and peruse their personal history, you have to find and acknowledge, if you are truthful, that they always respected and followed the law of the land till it was in prevalence.
They preached against it, changed the opinion of the people, and changed the system itself.
It is the only civilized attitude they could resort to.
You can’t replace an inappropriate system in the society with anarchism or chaos.
It’s always worst.
Even an inappropriate system in the society is better than anarchism and chaos.
Now, keeping this eternal fact in consideration, it can be better understood why Lord Ram sent Pavan Putr and Angad to Rāvañ before fighting against him.
Similarly, it can be better understood now why Lord Kr’shñ sent messengers to Duryodhan, and even went himself as a messenger of peace, before fighting against him.
No matter how against they were to the inappropriate system prevalent in the society then, they never wanted anarchism or chaos could replace it.
Moreover, in a democratic society, it’s a sin not to be interested and aware of politics.
You can’t neglect it ever.
In a democratic society, your political representatives, whether they are your President, Prime Minister, or Ministers, are NOT the master owners of the country, you are yourselves.
How can you neglect to supervise your servants?
Your President, Prime Minister, and Ministers are Public servants.
Are they not?
And who is the Public?
Are you not?
So, be careful to watch your servants what they are doing.
In a democratic society, if there is an inappropriate system prevalent in the society, you are responsible for it, none else.
You are the master owner of the country.
If you can’t/don’t supervise your servants, it’s your fault.
You are responsible for their inadequacy whatsoever it is.
Control them, and change them if they disobey you.
They are not providing sustenance to you.
You are providing sustenance to them.
Even if you are not an income tax payer, you pay so many indirect taxes.
They get their salaries, allowances and other facilities, provided to them, from your own pockets, whether you are aware of it or not.
So, watch and supervise your servants always whether they are serving you optimum or not for what they are getting from your own pockets.
There are too many kinds of Yog.
Gyānyog, Dhyānyog, Karmyog, Japyog, etc.
Stavan is these all four in one and is a Gradual Yog.
It keeps you synchronized with the Eternal Facts you can’t change ever.
You like it or not, there is a system working in the entire creations.
All the scientists believe it whether they are theists or atheists.
Even atheists can’t deny that there is a system working in the entire creations.
The law of attraction is one attracts what one focuses on.
In Stavan, you always focus on the Eternal Facts none can change ever, rationally and according to facts.
You focus on these.
What will you attract?
Naturally, you’ll attract the same what you focus on, rationally and according to facts.
Its daily practice in the very morning and evening synchronizes you with the Eternal Facts none can change ever, daily.
Thus taking you gradually to infinite success, in every field whatsoever you are interested in.
5. ‘S’ rāyé’.
You have not to go anywhere else for wealth too.
You can get wealth too, following the system of life We are proposing to you.
But you can’t get it by your somewhat dedication.
Your dedication must be optimum for it, ‘Ā bhuvat’.
6. ‘S’ purandhyām’
It is generally thought that a religion must never talk of women, or sex.
But none can tell why it should not.
Are women not the part of the human society?
Can any society, whatsoever it may be, guarantee that human beings can survive without sex?
Then why hypocrisy?
Kavirmaneeshee paribhooh Svambhooryāthātathyato’
‘He has been attained from everywhere, Bright, Bodiless, Woundless, Sinewless, Pure, Which evil hasn’t pierced.
Intelligent, Analyzer, Omnipresent, Self-existent, has constituted the aims, for the eternal people/years, according to facts.’
7. ‘Gamad vājébih aa’ ‘aa gamat vājébhih’.
If the evil doers, the wicked persons, don’t let him come to Us, he should never surrender to them.
He must fight with those evil doers, those wicked persons to come to Us.
There’s an ideal in Our Antim Ācharañ Nāyak, in this subject, for you.
When he was a Branch Manager in a branch of a Bank, the evil doers, the wicked persons, wanted him to conspire against the common men.
They offered him so many hundred thousands of Rupees as his share.
Our Antim Ācharañ Nāyak knew if he’d decline their offer they could conspire against himself too.
The evil doers, the wicked persons, were political leaders there.
Their conspiracy could not affect adversely Our Antim Ācharañ Nāyak only.
It could affect Our Antim Ācharañ Nāyak’s family too living there with him.
He talked with his wife quite in detail.
Our Antim Ācharañ Nāyak is proud of his wife, and he must certainly be, that she confirmed Our Antim Ācharañ Nāyak’s decision to risk the conspiracy of those evil doers, those wicked persons, instead of surrendering to them.
Our Antim Ācharañ Nāyak and his family had to face the conspiracy of the evil doers, the wicked persons, consequently.
His promotion was postponed in a sealed cover and he had to spend five to six hundred thousand Rupees to protect himself in the legal battle due to then rotten Vr’tr legal system.
Even the then members of Hindu Vishv told him shamelessly to take care of himself and his family by saving money for the future instead of spending it for Kr’ñvanto Vishvamāryam, Dharm Santānam, Dharm Sansthāpan.
Our Antim Ācharañ Nāyak didn’t follow ever their Vr’tr suggestion.
He fought against the then rotten political and legal system, even to the last extent to his capacity.
This is what We mean here by ‘Gamad vājébih aa’ ‘aa gamat vājébhih’ ‘He must come with the holy wars’.
Further, it is to be noticed that We haven’t used ‘holy war’, Vāj’, in singular number here.
It is in plural ‘vājébhih’.
Our Antim Ācharañ Nāyak fought this holy war not for only a single time.
He fought it every time whenever it was necessary.
His entire life is full of these holy wars if you study it without any prejudice.
Never tell Our Antim Ācharañ Nāyak that you don’t think he is Our Antim Ācharañ Nāyak.
Go ahead and prove it if you can.
It’s Our challenge to everyone who says that he/she doesn’t think Our Antim Ācharañ Nāyak is Our Antim Ācharañ Nāyak.
Be serious in these matters.
Don’t chat about them lightly.
Your Hereafter depends on it.
And not only your Hereafter, now even your success, however you define it in your present life, too depends on it.
8. ‘S’ nah’.
We take his responsibility on Ourself and there isn’t any defeat for him thereafter in any field whatsoever.
Watch the constant success of Our Antim Ācharañ Nāyak and take lessons from his life.
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