GURU-BHAKTI-YOGAM. 1.2: - Present day children / youth, not governed by Parents / Teachers supervision, but overpowered by treacherous anti national, political wings of certain undesired political parties of Bharatham.



    All Members,
      Respected family members of this great holy Nation.

     * Initially, Parents are responsible for the character of Children !
     ** Next,  Educational institutions, and Teachers are responsible !!
     ***Next, Society is responsible ( TV, MOVIES, etc., )
     **** Overall, State and Central Governments are responsible !!!
     ***** Politics & Political parties have no roll and  should be avoided!!!!

 Sub : GURU-BHAKTI-YOGAM. :  For Children - 1.2.
Sri Swami Sivananda

   Ref :  Present day children / youth, not governed by Parents / Teachers  supervision, but overpowered by treacherous anti national, political wings of certain undesired  political parties of  Bharatham ...

1. Introduction : -2.

As every event, in order to take place, requires an external agency, the aspirant is in need of a Guru to enable the manifestation of the knowledge within him.
The disciple and the Guru are two complementary entities or bits of universal process acting on each other in a reciprocal manner.
The factors that bring about the rise of knowledge in the disciple are the receptive capacity of the disciple and the consciousness-force of the Guru.

There cannot be such a knowledge-interaction if the psychic condition of the disciple is not well-prepared and made ready to fit in with the nature of the entry of the consciousness of the Guru into it.
This condition has to be fulfilled when any event in this universe takes place.
No interaction of any kind can take place anywhere unless two complementary phases of universal process came together. 

That knowledge can rise of its own accord from within by self-analysis and that an external Guru is not necessary at all is not a universally acceptable tenet. History has shown that the educational process is in great need of the intense activity of teachers in any branch of learning.

If knowledge can naturally rise in everyone without any aid whatsoever there would be no need for schools, colleges and universities in the world.

Even those who try to propound this misleading theory of the self-competency of the individual who can act independent of teachers are persons who have been trained by teachers.
Yes; the effort on the part of the disciple or student is not, in any way, a small factor in the revelation of knowledge; it is as important as the need for instruction by a teacher.
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