Adavantage of namasmaran in prioritization: DR SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR
ADVANTAGE OF NAMASMARAN IN PRIORITIZATION: DR. SHRINIWAS JANARDAN
Student: What is the difference between “To Know Priority” and “To Prioritize”.
Teacher: Prioritization is actually a process of organizing priorities in order of
preference or choice. This is important in organizing our life. But ordinarily this is
done instinctively or impulsively and hence is usually associated with selfishness,
errors or even blunders.
But learning to “to know priority” involves emerging out of immaturity and
erroneous judgment and subjectivity.
Student: What is the advantage of NAMASMARAN in knowing priority?
Teacher: While practicing NAMASMARAN we are in a process of emerging out of
immaturity and erroneous judgment. NAMASMARAN facilitates our evolution
from subjectivity to objectivity. NAMASMARAN familiarizes us with our innate
desires or aspirations. In other words NAMASMARAN brings us in tune with
cosmic or divine plan. In short NAMASMARAN opens our inner eyes and inner
ears and we begin to conceive what is most satisfying for us. In traditional
parlance this enlightens and empowers us to identify our SWADHARMA i.e. follow
our Guru! In this light we begin to know the value of different activities in our life
and the order of priorities.
Once we know this order, then we can organize different priorities in order of
their importance! This is proper and accurate prioritization. This is the best way of
time management, energy management and money management. In fact; this is
the best way of life management.
Student: This is amazing! So, in absence of NAMASMARAN our prioritization is
likely to be based on our ignorance. It is bound to be superficial, illusive,
subjective, petty, divisive, disruptive and destructive to self and others!
Teacher: Indeed! It is the divine grace (the GURU KRUPA) that enables us to
properly and accurately prioritize and manage life in the best way! This is how;
and this is why; the chosen ones practice NAMASMARAN and globalize the
universally benevolent power of NAMASMARAN with topmost priority!
Student: Sir! But, is it not enough to organize NAMASMARAN camps as are
organized in India? Is it not enough to practice NAMASMARAN for some time in
morning or at bed time? Why to be so much frantic about NAMASMARAN?
Teacher: In the initial stages of individual and social development; it is OK. But in
subsequent stages of individual and social development NAMASMARAN occupies
central place in every activity, every occupation, every profession, every place and