When unconscious became conscious this is Samadhi



“You know King Janaka was called ‘Vidheha’. Great sage Narada asked him one day, Revered Sir, how are you called as Vidheha, you live in this world, how can you be a Vidheha?

Raja Janaka said, “this is very simple. I will tell you about it in the evening. Now, please do this little job for me. There is milk in this bowl. You take this bowl & come along with me. Please see that not a single drop of milk is spilled on the Earth. Then only I will tell you why I am called ‘Vidheha’. Narada took the bowl & followed Janaka everywhere. He had to be very careful because the bowl was such that by the slightest movement the milk might have spilled. He got very tired. When they returned in the evening, Narada asked ‘Please tell me now, I am quite fed up with carrying this bowl & following you everywhere at the same time.

Raja Janaka said, “First of all tell me what you have seen?’

Narada, “Nothing except this bowl of milk so that it won’t spill.”

Raja Janaka, “Didn’t you see, there was a big procession in my honour, then there was a court wherein, there was programme of dancing? Didn’t you see anything?

Narada said, “No sir, I have not seen anything”

Raja Janaka, “My child, likewise with Me, I also see nothing. All the time, I just watch my attention. Where is it going? Making sure that it won’t spill away like the milk.”

“This sort of attention one has to develop. ‘CHITTA NIROD’. Nirod means the saving of your attention, so your attention should not be on saving money & worldly things and all that, but attention itself must be saved. As you watch your money, as you watch your road, when you drive, as you watch your child, when it is growing, as you watch the beauty of your wife, or the care of your husband, all put together you watch yourself; your attention.”



  1. HuiHua Says:

    ok i heard similar story in The Alchemist. means we shud enjoy ourselves yet our attention is always on what is important.

  2. Peter Says:

    Our attention is like cinema screen.

  3. Madhulika Says:

    jai shri mataji
    This is really gud story about our attention and 1 sahaj yogi told me this story.
    Its great story for all sahajis.
    jai shri ganapati

  4. Peter Says:

    Jai Shri Varadavinayaka 🙂

  5. Thanks for sharing. This is a wonderful site you have put up. I wanted some one from your country to explain sahaja yoga to Mr Scott Brown, his e mail and fax are:

    Fax 817 887-1745

    There is a new center coming up at Fort Worth in Texas and many new people are eager to join and experience Sahaja yoga. I will be grateful if you can call him and explain about Sahaja Yoga.


  6. Peter Says:

    Dear Rina,

    If this person has interest about Sahaja yoga he can post his comments here and I can answer.

  7. peter Says:

    what does the attention look like though? and how does it look like if its not corrected and spills like the milk??? what is attention?

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