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Renunciation (Vairagya) & Women | Sri Vinod Babaji Maharaj

  Sridhar Swami says in his commentary about the word ‘Vairagya’ (Renunciation) that one cannot get immersed in the contemplation of God and relish the divine bliss of His pastimes until he develops Vairagya (indifference to material world). Attachment to worldly possessions and people is the cause of impurity of heart that does not let the Jivatma achieve divine bliss. Vairagya means detachment, disinterest or indifference to body and everything related to it. One develops disinterest in body and material world when he realizes that everything in this world (including this body) is temporary; it didn’t exist before nor it will exist in future, it exists only in the present. Such a temporary thing can never give pleasure to the eternal Self. It only causes an illusion of pleasure to give disappointment in the future. Attachment to such things does not allow us to progress in bhajan and experience divine bliss. The master – servant relationship between God and the Jivatma is eterna
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Bhajan |3. Tu ratejā Rādhe Rādhe nāma | Sri Vinod Babaji Maharaj

  A bhajan written and composed by Sri Vinod Bihari Das Babaji Maharaj:   [This is a note about Phonetics used to describe the pronunciation of the Hindi words for your reference:   Ā  -  pronounced as ‘a’ in far   The video is given at the bottom of the article for further reference.]   तू रटे जा राधे राधे नाम , तेरे बनेंगे बिगड़े काम। राधा नाम सुख धाम , कृष्ण नाम रस धाम। Tu ratejā Rādhe Rādhe nāma, Tere banenge bigare kāma. (2) Rādhā nāma sukha dhāma, Krishna nāma rasa dhāma (2) Meaning: Keep chanting Radhe Radhe name. All your spiritual problems will be solved. Radha's name is the abode of bliss. Krishna's name is the abode of spiritual taste.   राधे श्याम श्याम श्याम (4) Rādhe Shyāma Shyāma Shyāma (4)   भानु दुलारी राधा नाम , जाको प्राणधन मोहन श्याम । युगल परमानंद नाम , तू रटे जा आठों याम। Bhānu dulāri Rādhā nāma, Jāko prānadhana Mohana Shyāma. Yugala Paramānanda nāma, Tu ratejā ātho yāma. Meaning

Sanatan Dharma | 9. Param Dharma Part - 3 | Sri Vinod Babaji Maharaj

  Sanatan Dharma is not for a specific group of people. It is the universal duty of every human on Earth to follow Sanatan Dharma. Animals cannot apprehend and perform actions of Dharma but only a human can. Therefore, the superiority of humans as a species on this Earth is due to the ability to deliberate oneself into following Dharma. What is Dharma? “Ahimsā Satyam Asteyam Saucham Indriya-nigrahah, Etam sāmāsikam Dharmam chaturvarnye abravīn Manuh.” (Manu Smriti 10.63) Meaning:  Non-violence, truth, abstinence from corruption, purity and sense-control – these are the essence of Dharma (duty) of all four castes, as declared by Maharaj Manu. This is the basic form or the foundation of Dharma. Beyond this, there is Param Dharma, which we have been discussing in the last two articles. The Jivatma must discover his relationship with God. In order to do that, he must gain Self-knowledge as well as knowledge of the tatva of God. Once he intellectually understands his relationshi