Friday, September 6, 2013

( Divine Discourse, Apr 12, 1959

Date  Saturday, 07 September 2013 ( As it appeared in Prasanthinilayam)

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

OUR MOST BELOVED BHAGAWAN’S DIVINE MESSAGE

The Sun is up in the sky during the day. It is the

passing clouds that hide it from your vision

sometimes, is it not? Similarly, the sensory world

is the cloud that hides the Divine (Atma), ever

shining in the firmament of your heart. The same

mind that gathers the clouds also has the

capability to disperse them in an instant! The wind

gathers the clouds from all quarters and renders

the sky dark. Sometimes, in a few moments, the

same wind can change the direction and send the

clouds in a scurry to wherever they came from!

Then, the Sun becomes visible. So your mind is all

powerful. Train it to disperse the clouds, not to

gather them. Every aspirant must accomplish this training of their minds by

following rigorous and systematic discipline                ( Divine Discourse, Apr 12,

1959.)


thiyagarajan /guruyayaati guru.
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