When unconscious became conscious this is Samadhi

One Wonderful Piece Of Devotion-Lagaan – O Paalan Haare August 21, 2009


O Paalanhaare-O The Divine Nurturer! You are beyond any attribution… December 25, 2008

O Paalanhaare
Film: Lagaan
Singers: Lata Mangeshkar, Udit Narayan, chorus

O paalanhaare, nirgun aur nyaare
O The Divine Nurturer! You are beyond any attribution of traits, You are beyond all
tumre bin humra kauno.n naahee.n
other than You, no one is ours
humri uljhan, suljhaao bhagvan
O God! please resolve our difficulty
tumhaee humka ho sa.mbhaale
only You are keeping us supported
humhaee humre rakhwaale
only You are our protector
tumre bin humra kauno.n naahee.n

other than You, no one is ours

cha.ndaa mein tumhaee to bhare ho chaa.ndanee
It is You who has filled light in the Moon
sooraj mein ujaala tumhaee se
the Sun glows owing to Your brightness
ye gagan, hai magan, tumhaee to deeye ho ee taare
this sky is delighted because it is You who has given these stars to it
bhagvan, ye jeevan, tumhaee na sa.nwaaroge to kya koi sa.nwaare
God!, this life, if You do not adorn who else will be able to keep up

o paalanhaare…

jo suno, to kahe.n, prabhuji humri hai binatee
If You kindly pay heed, then i humbly convey, O God!, I have a plea
dukhi jan ko, dheeraj do, haare nahi.n wo kabhee dukh se
bless sad people with patience so that he never succumb to sorrows
tum nirbal ko rakshaa do, rah paaye nirbal sukh se
provide Your protection to powerless people, so that they may live happily
bhaktee ko shaktee do,
bless your disciple with strength
jag ke jo swaamee ho, itni to araj suno
as You are the ultimate master of the world, please pay heed to this little plea
hai.n path mein a.ndhiyaare, de do vardaan mein ujiyaare
if our pathways are filled with darkness, please grant lights as Your blessings
o paalanhaare, nirgun aur nyaare

O The Divine Nurturer! You are beyond any attribution of traits, You are beyond all
tumre bin humra kauno.n naahee.n

other than You, no one is ours

Translated and posted to Y! Group by V S Rawat on April 5, 2001


Krishna Jinka Naam Hai-The one who is called Krishna August 22, 2008

Krishna jinka naam hai, Gokul jinka dhaam hai
The one who is called Krishna, the one who resides in Gokul
Aisa Shri Bhagwaan ko x2 Barambaar pranaam hai
To that Lord God, we salute again and again

Yashoda jinki maiya hai, Nandji bapaiya hai
The one whose mother is Yashoda, the one whose father is Nandji
Aise Shree Gopal ko x2 Barambaar pranaam hai
To that holy Cow-herder, we salute again and again

Loot, loot dedhi makhan khayo, Gwaal baal sang dhenu cherayo
The one who stole and enjoyed butter, the one who herded cows with cow-herders’ sons
Aise Leeladaam ko x2 Barambaar pranaam hai
To that mischievous God, we salute again and again

Drupad suta ko laaj bechayo, Grahase gajko phand churhayo
The one who saved lady Draupadi’s shame, the one who secured elephant’s leg from crocodile’s mouth
Aise Kripadaam ko x2 Barambaar pranaam hai
To that merciful God, we salute again and again


Buddhi – Intellect June 9, 2008

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“So Shri Krishna, He used His intellect. He is all-powerful. Nothing can dominate Him. Even His intellect cannot dominate Him. He used His intellect. Difference between the two, you should see. You should be able to use your intellect and not to be dominated by your intellect. So He used His intellect by which He solved many problems. His whole diplomacy was to use His intellect and use it for the purpose of divine.

All the time the divine in Him was helping Him to use His intellect. So the difference is that we are slaves of our intellect. And He is the master of His intellect. Not only, everything – His conditioning He’s master, His emotions He’s master, His body he’s the master. He’s master of everything and when you master, it you see your intellect very clearly, “Oh, this is what it is suggesting, this is not.” This intellect can give you very so-called positive ideas that you are the lord of the whole world. This is supposed to be positive. Or the same intellect can give you ideas that you are nothing. This intellect plays on top of you. Now you are not to be guided by your intellect but by your wisdom, as you are Sahaja Yogis.

So you have a very good instrument of feeling it. Through your vibrations you can make out what is good and what is bad. And you can see sometimes, as being human beings, there are some intellectual effects also coming in, but with Sahaja Yoga you can judge what is this intellect telling you. Because the intellect that you have has come out of what, is the main thing, should go to the subtle point, “How this intellect has come to us?” This intellect has come to us because our brain became active very soon. I have seen some children, extremely intelligent but they have no wisdom. If your only the brain develops too much – could be the mother is a very intelligent woman and father must be very intelligent, inheritance would be great, so they get it. Or maybe the circumstances, like if you are born in a particular country you suddenly become very intelligent.”- Shri Mataji



As you know yoga is union, connection or integration between individual and the collective consciousness. This state was beautifully described in Gita, chapter 2.

54. What, O Krishna, is the description of him who has steady wisdom and is merged in the state of Sthitaprajna? How does one of steady wisdom speak? How does he sit? How does he walk?

55. When a man completely casts off, O Arjuna, all the desires of the mind and is satisfied in the Self by the Self, then is he said to be one of steady wisdom!

56. He whose mind is not shaken by adversity, who does not hanker after pleasures, and who is free from attachment, fear and anger, is called a sage of steady wisdom.

57. He who is everywhere without attachment, on meeting with anything good or bad, who neither rejoices nor hates, his wisdom is fixed.

58. When, like the tortoise which withdraws its limbs on all sides, he withdraws his senses from the sense-objects, then his wisdom becomes steady.

59. The objects of the senses turn away from the abstinent man, leaving the longing (behind); but his longing also turns away on seeing the Supreme.

60. The turbulent senses, O Arjuna, do violently carry away the mind of a wise man though he be striving (to control them)!

61. Having restrained them all he should sit steadfast, intent on Me; his wisdom is steady whose senses are under control.

62. When a man thinks of the objects, attachment to them arises; from attachment desire is born; from desire anger arises.

This description is in compliance with Patanjali’s “Yogas citta vrtti nirodhah”


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