Awakening Divinity Within Oneself
Worshipping the deity of human life, and awakening the divinity within us through three-fold path of Upasana, Sadhana and Aradhana. The meanings of these three terms are explained as follows:
Upasana means “sitting in the vicinity of divine virtues, divine thoughts”.
This is practiced by:
- Worshiping God as per one’s faith
- Meditating and contemplating upon the eminent glow of divinity
- Reading and pondering over the thoughts and works of great personalities who lived with divine glory
Sadhana is the spiritual endeavor of self-refinement. This requires:
- Observance of self-restraint
- Efforts for improvement in behavior, conduct
- Transaction of duties
Sadhana can be practiced easily by adopting the sadhanas of aatm-bodh and tatva-bodh taught by Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya (Gurudev). The sadhana of aatm - bodh is to be practiced only for 10 to 15 minutes every morning before leaving the bed, and the sadhana of tatva-bodh is to be practiced only for 10 to 15 minutes every night before going to sleep. Morning aatm-bodh sadhana is aimed at thinking and doing feasible planning of what is to be done, to become a better human in the hours to come. Evening tatva-bodh sadhana requires sincere self-analysis and pondering over the positive and negative actions during the day. These simple practices are powerful tools for uprooting evil traits from life and inculcating divine virtues within oneself.
Aradhana means the service of the world, regarding it as the live manifestation, the beautiful creation of the Almighty. Donating some time, talents and material resources for altruistic services - especially for inspiring righteous thinking and awakening self - confidence in people - is an essential discipline to be followed by everyone associated with All World Gayatri Pariwar.
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