STRESS GOD AND
KASHALIKAR In as much as the misunderstanding and misinterpretation of “I am Brahma” are responsible for the subsequent indolence and indifference to mainstream life and false self contentment and self righteousness, the misunderstanding and misinterpretation of the concept of “God” by the so called theists or believers; are responsible for the parasitic helplessness and inaction. I could understand this role of these misinterpretations and misunderstandings; when I looked into myself; and realized the necessity of NAMASMARAN; even more intensely!
It is high time; we realize for our own blossoming, that God is an experience of self realization and not a matter of paranoid beliefs and delusions, with respect to His role in day to day individual gains and losses; as clearly stated in the 5th chapter of Gita. God is a phenomenon within; and has to be explored and experienced; that is all. It is like the freshness one experiences after bath. We do not believe or preach the others to believe in the experience of freshness! NAMASMARAN empowers us to be self sufficient and self reliant and in the course of time helps us; meet or merge with (yoga) our true self; and we get inspired in terms of holistic perspective, policy making, plans, programs and their
implementation, in personal and social life. NAMASMARAN also frees us from fanatic and regimentalized paradigms and we begin to appreciate that; the needs (normal and physiological i.e. conducive to self realization) of individuals and societies; vary at different stages; and in different circumstances of life; and also as per individual variations; thus; beliefs, struggles, protests, philanthropy, reservations, escapism etc. have a place in individual and society, as per the degree of evolution.
Published on May 18, 2010
WE DR. SHRINIWAS AND I could understand this role of these misinterpretations and misunderstandings; when I looked into myself; and realized...