Imperience - Centre for Research and Training in P.A.M

Sri Krishna Janmastami Celebrations 2009- Talk Delivered by Pujya. Sri. K.C. Narayana


Love Him who loves all

My dear associates in the path


In fact I am not able to talk now, having got myself absorbed in the Infinite grace of my Master which I shared with all of you.  Still the routine must go on.  We have actually quite a few things to attend to today.

Though Krishnastami is not a centralised celebration we have, I am happy that so many of you have thought it fit to come over here and participate in this happy occasion.  Oneness of Lord Krishna and our beloved Master Babuji Maharaj is a well known fact for all of us.  Oneness of Dr. KCV with the Master is also known to all of us.  Today happens to be the birthday of Dr. KCV also.  So, though I won't call it trinity, because I believe in unity and all of us experienced only unity so far. For very many emotional and personal attachments, we may think that to be three.  Krishna Consciousness is total love; love for all.  That He loves all of us, we have all practically experienced, and no arguments and no discussions need be had on that.  Personal verification does not require any arguments.  There is a peculiar twist that Babuji Maharaj has given where he said 'Love Him who loves all'.  Krishna loves all of us, fine.  But do we love Him as much as He does? Do we love our Master as much as He does? This is a purely personal question for all of you and for me too. Love has got various meanings for various people of various ages and climes.  Above all it means sacrifice.  Sacrifice a bit of ours in favour of the other.  Sacrifice more of us in favour of the other. Sacrifice all of us in favour of the other.  This is how love develops.  We have various examples of love - mother's love, father's love, husband's love, wife's love, children's love etc. All these things are partial, but love for God is full, potent, undivided - it is advaita.  It is not the advaita of Vedanta.  It is not the much brandied out word called advaita. no.  The unity consciousness that we have experienced just now is advaita.  The bliss, the ocean of bliss in which we were merged and continue to be merged is advaita.  It is inseparable, it cannot be divided.   It is unity.  It passes through our hearts.  Mind has no place here. This is not the realm of the mind.  This is the realm of the heart.  Heart knows how to love, mind knows how to dissect.  So, first give up most of your mind.  It is not an easy task.  That is the reason why I have been requesting all of you to read more and more of Babuji Maharaj.  Let his words sink into our hearts.  Let those words be alone the words that we use on all occasions. 

The institute Imperience has been time and again releasing research notes.  This year we thought it fit that we should write on the article Gita given by the Master.  The article Gita has been explained by me with all my limitations and is already available in Bodhayanti Parasparam.  There the Master refers to the condition of Atman and says seven slokas cover that in Bhagavad Gita. That made us look into what those seven slokas are and we found many more references that Babuji has made in that article. We have now compiled that particular article with the slokas put into it.  You will now hear the recording of the same.  The book is now to be distributed.  Once you receive that, kindly go through the article as you hear so that if there is any deficiency in the recording it will be made good.

Thank you