My Spiritual Queston  Dr. Shriniwas Kashalikar
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My Spiritual Queston  Dr. Shriniwas Kashalikar My Spiritual Queston Dr. Shriniwas Kashalikar Document Transcript

  • MY SPIRITUAL QUESTION DR. SHRIIWAS KASHALIKAR
  • How to (and also why) forget myself in NAMASMARAN? Isn’t it frightening to forget myself? Moreover, isn’t it true that remembering can be difficult at times; but can be possible with efforts; but forgetting voluntarily is almost impossible? I never liked this; which I felt a defeatist state then; because it appeared to be complete submission to circumstances and signified utter cowardice! It appears; that forgetting myself in NAMASMARAN is not the same as being oblivious about; myself; as such without NAMSMARAN. That is a state of unconsciousness or ignorance. Alternatively getting excited, elated, disturbed, agitated or unhappy in a variety of situations in absence of NAMASMARAN;
  • is reacting subjectively; and hence not working to remedy the root cause. I have experienced both of these responses and still keep on experiencing. I do not think it is objectionable if any one else also experiences these; though I feel these are stages of transition. Now a days; I seem to understand that forgetting myself; in NAMASMARAN is forgetting all individual and subjective doubts and suspicions; while I am engaged in remedying the situation from the root cause! It appears to be most satisfactory. In this state of being I am probably focused on as well as active with the controlling center (which is beyond the concept of change and often referred to as BHAGAVANT or PARAMATMA) of all
  • situations; which are ever-changing and illusive (and hence often referred to as MAYA in Indian literature). The practitioners of NAMSMARAN are most welcome to make candidly critical comment!