CHANGING WORLD OR YOURSELF? DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR
Some say the world is beautiful. Some say it is a hell. Some say the past was better. Some say the past was worse. Some people seem to live almost mechanically and face it as it comes. Some insist vehemently on changing it. If you carefully observe, then you would find that everyone is responding to oneâ€™s own perceptions.
Not only that, everyone is responding almost inevitably as if there was no other alternative! This phenomenon of multiple responses with multiple ideas and views about â€œchangeâ€? has lead to a kind of apparent cacophony and chaos with indiscriminate violence in various forms. The practice of NAMASMARAN leads to a change in yourself in such a way that you get freed from your own compulsions. Simultaneously you
start seeing the world differently and more realistically. Your actions in field and in every transaction become less compulsive and less inevitable. They become more connected with the innate source of light. They become mutually satisfying. They become satisfying to yourself and others. They become less arbitrary and less imposing. They become more comforting to yourself and others. This may be called conscious evolution or the evolution of which you become pleasantly conscious.
The question and burden of changing yourself and the world gradually disappears in a meaningful and fulfilling fashion. You may not believe but verify this!
DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR
Published on May 19, 2010
CHANGING WORLD OR YOURSELF? DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR Some say the past was better. Some say the past was worse. Some say the world is beauti...