SWAMI VIVEKANANDA ON NARADA-BHAKTI-SUTRA

SWAMI VIVEKANANDA ON NARADA-BHAKTI-SUTRA : THE PATH TO REACH DESTINATIONPosted onFebruary 12, 2020 by Sushil Rudra

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Swami Vivekananda discussed about Narada Sutra in America in 1895. The main discussion was about the essence of Narada Bhakti.THE SUTRAS :The Sutras are :1. Bhakti is intense love for God.2. It is the nectar of love,3. Getting which man becomes perfect, immortal, and satisfied for ever,Explanation:Swami Vivekananda’s love , Bhuddha’s love , Sree Ramkrishna’s love – all have no personal desire . Their selfless love is eternal.Pure love makes a man perfect.Radha & Krishna’s love is immortal.Selfless love is immortal what we find in Krishna and Radha.4. Getting which man desires no more, does not become jealous of anything, does not take pleasure in vanities,5. Knowing which man becomes filled with spirituality, becomes calm , and finds pleasure only in God .6. It can not be used to fill any desire , itself being the check to all desired.7. Sannyasa is giving up both the popular and the spiritual forms of worship.But it’s not for all. Sannyasa is the best means to achieve perfection , but it’s not for the common people. Remuneration is not possible for a man who has deep attractions in the worldly pleasure.8. The Bhakti-Sannyasin is the one whose whole soul goes unto God , and whatever militates against love to God , he rejects.9. Giving up all other refuge, he takes refuge in God.10. Scriptures are to be followed as long as one’s life has not become firm.11. Or else there is danger of doing evil in the name of liberty.12.When love becomes established, even social forms are given up , except those which are necessary for the preservation of life.13. There have been many definitions of love, but Narada gives these as the signs of love; When all thoughts, all words, and all deeds are given up unto the Lord, and the least forgetfulness of God makes one intensely miserable, then love has begun.14. As the Gopis had it-15. Because, although worshipping God as their lover , they never forgot his God- nature ;16. Otherwise they would have committed the sin of unchastity.

17. This is the highest form of love, because there is no desire for reciprocity, which desire is in all human love. Posted on February , by Sushil Rudra

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Swami Vivekananda discussed Narada Sutra in America in 1895. The main discussion was about the essence of Narada Bhakti. Here we are going to discuss Swami Vivekananda on Narada Bhakti Sutra.

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The Sutras are :

1. Bhakti is intense love for God.

2. It is the nectar of love,

3. Getting which man becomes perfect, immortal, and satisfied for ever,

Explanation:

Swami Vivekananda’s love , Bhuddha’s love , Sree Ramkrishna’s love – all have no personal desire . Their selfless love is eternal.

Pure love makes a man perfect.

Radha & Krishna’s love is immortal.

Selfless love is immortal what we find in Krishna and Radha.

4. Getting which man desires no more, does not become jealous of anything and does not take pleasure in vanities,

5. Knowing which man becomes filled with spirituality, becomes calm and finds pleasure only in God. Hence, they live only for God.

6. It can not be used to fill any desire , itself being the check to all desired.

7. Sannyasa is giving up both the popular and the spiritual forms of worship. Therefore, they are different from the common people’s spirituality.

But it’s not for all. Sannyasa is the best means to achieve perfection, but it’s not for the common people. Therefore, renunciation is not possible for a man who has deep attractions in worldly pleasure.

8. The Bhakt-Sannyasin is the one whose whole soul goes unto God, and whatever militates against love to God, he rejects. So It is pure love. Ramkrishna projected this love for God.

9. Giving up all other refuge, he takes refuge in God.

10. Scriptures are to be followed as long as one’s life has not become firm. So initially scripture will help us to forward a step in perfection.

11. Or else there is danger of doing evil in the name of liberty.

12.When love becomes established, even social forms are given up , except those which are necessary for the preservation of life.

13. There have been many definitions of love, but Narada gives these as the signs of love.

Explanation: When all thoughts, all words, and all deeds are given up unto the Lord, and the least forgetfulness of God makes one intensely miserable, then love has begun. Therefore, it is divine love.

14. As the Gopis had it- they had sacrificed themselves whole-heartedly. So they have an intense love to Lord Krishna.

15. Because, although worshipping God as their lover , they never forgot his God- nature ;

16. Otherwise they would have committed the sin of unchastity.

17. Hence, this is the highest form of love, because there is no desire for reciprocity, which desire is in all human love.

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