Perform well the duties enjoined in them. By that let God be worshipped. Take your mind off the actions for material prosperity. Strive against the call of sins.
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Published by Chinmaya Mission, Mumbai 1. Perform diligently the duties karmas ordained by them. Dedicate all those actions karmas as worship unto the Lord. Renounce all desires in the mind.
Wash away the hoards of sins in the bosom. Recognise that the pleasures of sense-objects samsar are riddled with pain. Seek the Self with consistent endeavour. Seek companionship with Men of Wisdom. Be established in firm devotion to the Lord. Cultivate the virtues such as Shanti etc. Take shelter at a Perfect Master Sat-Guru. Everyday serve His Lotus feet. Worship "Om" the Immutable. Listen in depth, the Upanishadic declarations.
Reflect ever upon the meaning of the Upanishadic commandments, and take refuge in the Truth of Brahman. Avoid perverse arguments but follow the discriminative rationale of the Sruti Upanishads. Always be absorbed in the attitude bhav - "I am Brahman". Renounce pride. Give up the delusory misconception - "I am the body". Give up totally the tendency to argue with wise men.
In hunger diseases get treated. Daily take the medicine of Bhiksha-food. Beg no delicious food. Live contentedly upon whatever comes to your lot as ordained by Him. Endure all the pairs of opposites: heat and cold, and the like. Avoid wasteful talks. Quieten your mind in the Supreme Lord.
Realise and see the All-pervading Self every where. Recognise that the finite Universe is a projection of the Self. Conquer the effects of the deeds done in earlier lives by the present right action. Through wisdom become detached from future actions Agami.
Experience and exhaust "Prarabdha" the fruits of past actions. Thereafter, live absorbed in the bhav - "I am Brahman"!
SĀDHANĀ PANCHAKAM - 1
Reflect ever upon the meaning of the Upanishadic commandments. Avoid perverse arguments. Follow the discriminative rationale of Sruti Upanishads. Renounce pride. Give up the delusory misconception — " I am the body ".