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Baba

This posting is composed of 2 parts:
(1) Prabhat Samgiita #2184;
(2) Trailer Quote: How Vibrations Help or Harm Us;

***************** Prabhat Samgiita #2184

“Toma’re kori a’hva’n pra’n’e pra’n’e ga’ne ga’ne…” (P.S. 2184)

Purport:

O’ Parama Purusa, I am calling You and inviting You with deep reverence and adoration. I am calling You by singing Your song with full heart-felt feeling. Please take Your advent before me. O’ Lord, eternally Greatest among all, O’ Ever-Effulgent One, You are the source of the divine resonance of everything. You are the Divine Sun. Just as the sun is the nucleus and source of energy for all of the planets, similarly everyone basks in Your divine effulgence. O’ Luminous Entity, You are the greatest among all. Please come in my mind and in my meditation.

O’ Supreme One, with the spell of vanity-touched meditation, You cannot be held. You cannot be bound by a mortal thread. You can only be bound by the thread of love – the thread of devotion. O’ Parama Purusa, with Your divine love You have bound this whole entire universe. O’ Lord, O’ Baba, please come in my shravan, manan, nidhidhyasana [1] – please come in my dhyana.

O’ Divine Entity, with the strength of intellect Your greatness cannot be measured, described, or narrated. With the splendor of intellect, Your glory cannot be sung. The human voice does not have the capacity to chant all the qualities. Logic, reasoning, and the tricks of language get pulverized and fail to be able to say anything.

O’ Parama Purusa, O’ my dearmost Baba, please come in my sadhana and dhyana – please grace me by coming. Baba, I am calling You with my heart-felt feeling and deep love…

NOTES FOR PRABHAT SAMGIITA #2184:

[1] Shravan, Manan, Niddhidhyasana: Here below Baba explains the great import of these three devotional practices.

“To attain Him human beings have to take recourse to shravana (constantly hearing His name), manana (constantly ideating on Him) and nididya’sana (constantly meditating on Him). The Supreme Entity is Gurha, that is, He is lying hidden in the innermost recess of the human entity. To attain Him one must penetrate deep within oneself, and for that the development of an introversial outlook is essential.” (Tattva Kaoumudi – 3)

The section below demarcated by asterisks is an entirely different topic,
completely unrelated to the above material. It stands on its own as a point of interest.

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How Vibrations Help or Harm Us
“The stamina to stand vibrations differs in different people. Hence various degrees of happiness or sorrow are experienced by different people, and these differences depend on their respective mental constitutions. The subtle causes of these different mental constitutions are their acquired samskáras or reactive momenta, and the crude causes are their nerve cells, nerve tissues, glandular secretions, etc. The sudden vibrational impact on the body and mind makes the mind react violently, resulting in the cessation of the cardiac functions. This also explains the death of a person struck by lightning. The sudden contact of the eyes with an extremely dazzling radiance often results in the total impairment of vision. If we look directly at the brilliant sun for a few moments, our visual power becomes temporarily stunned and we cannot see anything for some time. Similarly, when some very high pitched or loud sound strikes the eardrum, the power of hearing may be destroyed. The sensitivity of every organ may be suspended by the impact of any violent vibration; this stupefaction, if the intensity of the vibrational impact is very great, may even become permanent. Yet sometimes powerful vibrations may help stimulate and restore the power of organs which have not been functioning for years. You must have heard of a person who had been blind or deaf and dumb since his childhood, regaining the lost power of his impaired organs in his latter years either by stroke of lightning or by being suddenly informed of an extremely happy or sad news.” (Subhasita Samgraha – 3, Vibration, Form and Colour)

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