GURU-BHAKTI-YOGAM. 1.5: - Present day children / youth, not governed by Parents / Teachers supervision, but overpowered by treacherous anti national, Student political wings of certain undesired political parties such as Communists, Congress etc., and supported by department of education of States of Bharatham and defame this holy country by hook or crook!

Chinmaya Vidyalaya Seminar


      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 - 1.5.
  Sri Swami Sivananda

     Ref :  The present day student unions backed by Communists  and  Congress,  the  twin  cursed  political  parties  of  this  Holy  Nation, it  is  necessary  to  eliminate  these  dirty  parties  because  of  their  Anti National  activities  such  as  defaming  the  Upanishadic Culture  and  Sanatana  Dharma......
  1. Introduction : -5.

Those who teach the theory that a Guru is not necessary and that each one should follow one’s own reason and conscience forget the ostensible fact that they themselves take on themselves the role of the Gurus to those whom they teach the doctrine.

They begin to command respect, adoration and worship as great teachers, though they teach that there is no need for a teacher.
We know how the Buddha, for example, asked his disciples to think for themselves rationally and convince themselves for themselves in regard to the validity of the doctrine which he preached and not to accept anything by mere authority of his word.

He did not propound the worship of any god, too. However, the result has been that he is being worshipped as a Great Guru and even a God.
The teaching in regard to thinking for oneself and the denial of the need for a Guru naturally implies the acceptance, on the part of the taught, of the person who teaches as a Guru.

It is found that the need for a Guru cannot be overcome in any walk of life. It is the nature of human experience to get effected by a process of subject-object interaction. 
There is a feeling among some people in the West that the ‘dependence’ of the disciple on the Guru is a psychological bondage which according to the theory of psycho-analysis has to be got over.

In this connection it has to be noted however that the relation of the disciple to the Guru is not the psychological dependence which psycho-analysis is familiar with but the surrender of personality to the care of a higher consciousness which includes and transcends the limited individualistic consciousness of the disciple.

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     To be continued  ....