” Insaan apne ‘karma’ se ooncha banta hai … dhan sampatti se nahi …”

Swamiji says …

” ‘Karma pradhaan hai …’ You must remember that every action… ‘karma’ of yours is being witnessed,
weighed, analysed and evaluated by your family members, acquaintances, friends, by the society in which you live and above all…by your ever-watchful Creator. The importance and consequences of your ‘karma’ cannot be ignored and over-ruled, even for a second, as it is your ‘karma’, that makes you or breaks you, makes you scale loftiest heights or fall into a pit of doom and despair.”

“The ‘sanskaars’ or values that have been instilled in you by your parents , go a long way and play a definitive role in making you the person that you are today. ‘Sanskaars’ that have been passed from one generation to the next … that our forefathers have learnt from ‘anant anadi sanatan dharma.’ However, you must be honest with yourself and ask yourself whether you have made a genuine effort to imbibe the values that had been imparted to you by them. Once you experience the unparalleled joy of leading a simple life…of living in a ‘pure’ environment, knowing your limits and living within certain means, exercising self-restraint, sacrifice willingly for others, serve anyone and anybody selflessly , look for every opportunity to help others – you certainly evolve into a better human being… one who is humble, grounded, stable and at peace with himself. When you live a life like this, your ‘karma’ too is naturally good, selfless, compassionate and considerate… and people laud you, respect you and remember YOU for your truly good ‘karma’. It is your ‘karma’ that has quietly spoken volumes about you. Isn’t it a relief to have no strings of deceit and falsehood attached anywhere to your name?”

” When you give it a serious thought , you might ponder whether it is really possible for you to accumulate unlimited wealth and live a life of ostentation and luxury without carrying the unforgiving baggage of compromising your values and principles. And if you find yourself in a situation like this, you will realise that you are more than eager to jump from your boat of sincerity and integrity without giving anything a second thought …and cling to a lifeboat of dishonesty and untruth… without any sign of remorse. The acts of omission and commission that are involved in becoming wealthy and rich overnight, will undoubtedly require you to walk on a path that is twisted and convoluted … riddled with greed, avarice, underhand dealings and wrongdoings. But you are more than ready to do anything to make some quick money. Just try and visualise the ‘karma’ that goes into making you something like this! Crafty, cunning, ruthless. The ‘so called’ respect, appreciation and laurels that you see coming your way… is not for the Real ‘YOU’ … but for the ‘maya’ that you possess … your wealth, your power and status. The Real You is lost somewhere in the glitter of the Unreal ‘maya’.”

“On reading books and epics you find the names of the rich and the powerful mentioned…but there is no mention,at all, of the ordinary, poor souls who had fought courageously and died in battle … nameless soldiers and distraught subjects. However, one name that has withstood the passage of time, is that of Sudama, the poorest of the poor, who was Lord Krishna’s best friend and comrade in arms. The Lord couldn’t live without His friend. It was not riches and affluence that made Sudama carve a name for himself for eternity, but his values, traits and ‘karma’ that drew the Lord towards him and made Him bridge the imaginary gulf between high and low status, between riches and poverty, as the Lord too had felt dwarfed by the purity and piety of Sudama’s ‘karma’.

26 thoughts on “” Insaan apne ‘karma’ se ooncha banta hai … dhan sampatti se nahi …”

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    1. *प्रतिमा में भगवान हो ना हों…*
      *प्रति “माँ” में…*

      *भगवान जरूर होते हैं !!!*

      1. *मन अक्सर कहता है*
        *”ईश्वर” से कुछ मांग लूं…*

        *आत्मा रोक देती है यह कहकर कि*

        *प्रभु ने जितना दिया है,*
        *क्या मैं उसके काबिल भी था ..!!*

    2. ✍…..

      *जीवन का सार*…….

      *एक दिन हम और आप*
      *महज याद बन कर रह जाएंगे,*……

      *कोशिश कीजियेगा*
      *यादें अच्छी बनें….*

  1. Our thought patterns consolidate into our karma and karma , being physical , is visible to all. So our identity is defined by our karma. Hence we must be careful in performing our karma.
    Thank you Swamiji for guiding us through the path of Truth.

    PS: we need lengthy discourses to imbibe the message and Swamiji has patiently done that.

    Om Swami Shri Ajay Guru Devaya Namah

  2. Fantastic message by our beloved Swamiji. He has expressed in a very simple language about the “Karma” which everyone understands.

    Thank you Swamiji.

    🙏🙏🙏ॐ स्वामीजी श्री अजय गुरूदेवाऐ नम: 🙏🙏🙏

  3. Keep your deeds straight, be example for others to look upon by your actions.. wonderful sandesh by Swamiji… Jai Ajay Guru Devaya Namaha

  4. Thank you Swamiji for your guidance and teachings🙏🏻.
    Following the good values given by our elders and Guru through our karmas will certainly give satisfaction to our mind and soul.

  5. Thank you Swamiji for enlightening all of us with such an eye opening and self awakening thought 🙏

  6. भारत में पहले समाज का वर्गीकरण कर्मणा ही था जो कालान्तर में जन्मणा हो गया। जब कि सनातन धर्म कर्म प्रधान ही है। स्थिर भाव से शान्त चित्त से अपनी स्थिति में बिना किसी भेद के सर्व हिताय किया गया कार्य सद्कर्म है। सुदामा ने हर कर्म कृष्ण में रमण करके किया,कृष्ण ने भी कभी भी सुदामा को बिसारा नहीं। सरल शब्दों में स्वामी जी ने कर्म के सही रुप को हम सभी को समझाया है।सच में हम सभी भाग्यशाली हैं।
    स्वामी जी के चरणों में नमन करता हूँ।

  7. जनम is not in our hands. But yes, करम is definitely in our hands. जन्म से सभी शूद्र होते हैं,और अच्छे संस्कार व कर्मों से मनुष्य महान बनते हैं । कर्म हमेशा भाग्य से बड़ा होता है । हम अपने कर्मों से अपना जीवन बदल सकते हैं । कर्म करने से ही भाग्य बनता है । भाग्य से ईश्वर को भी पा सकते हैं । However rich you may be, but if your deeds are not pure, you can not escape from it’s repercussions. Riches are not permanent. The only permanent thing is our good karma, which ultimately unites us to our divine goal, i .e; Moksh.
    Pranam Swamiji.

  8. Truly enlightening!! Being under your guidance and support is a result of some past karma of ours… Will always inculcate pure thoughts as advised by you for improving my karma🙏

    Tanu & Rajesh

  9. Om gurudevo namaha. How truly explained In my, 51yrs of life, I have learned so many things from swamiji. Once we imbibe such beautiful teachings in our lives we really start human revolution happening in our lives, things really start changing in our lives as the creator is always watching us all the time. I have really experienced in life that the teachings of swamiji and our sanskars really play a major role in our lives, which makes u a different person altogether u really outststand from others as they have the out worldly gyan, where we have the internal knowledge which makes our system work in a very positive direction and change our perception of thinking n behaving in a very humble and compassionate maner. Thank u Swamiji for always showing the right path n direction to walk in the positive way n realize our negative thoughts, attitude n to work on them for the betterment of ourselves n society .which will help us to control our behavior n attain the right path to enlightenment.

  10. ॐ स्वामीजी श्री अजय गुरूदेवाऐ नम: 🙏🙏🙏

  11. pranaam swamiji a person is known by his or her deeds and one should always follow the teachings and sanskars given by our elders and to polish our innerselves day by day to gain satisfaction by serving others as service to others is serving the guru and god thank you swamiji for guiding us always

  12. Pranam Swami ji 🙏 jo Dhar tere te A jandha vo Asal khajane Pa jandha . Very true Swami ji karma ” jo aap ke pass a gaya uske Karam or sanskar bilkul hi Pavitra ho jayegae.

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