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Learning From Mahatma Gandhi Dr Shriniwas Kashalikar

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Learning From Mahatma Gandhi Dr Shriniwas Kashalikar

  1. 1. LEARNING FROM MAHATMA GANDHI DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR
  2. 2. It is said that Mahatma Gandhi preached that you don’t see, hear or speak ill about any one. I have given some explanation about this in my book “Stress: Understanding and Management”. But more recently I have begun to realize that the essence of this preaching is; when you start “seeing” the root of the apparent universe, through the practice of SADHANA such as NAMASMARAN; you begin to realize that the people whom you used blame or revere; are actually driven by the root cause called MAHAKARAN and manifest according to their constitutions on which they have no control.
  3. 3. This perception leads to two things. Firstly; you stop getting agitated because of the apparent chaos and disturbances around you and acting violently or feeling helpless; and secondly; you realize that the radical solution to the problem is intensifying your SADHANA such as NAMASMARAN so that you get merged with the MAHAKARAN and see everything as a reflection of the MAHAKARAN. I might not have agreed on this earlier; you also may not agree. It is worthwhile however to try the practice of NAMASMARAN and verify the validity of these observations.

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