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1) Bhajanothsava Naamasankeerthana and Bhagavatha Sammelanam: From time immemorial our saints and ancestors have stated
unambiguously that in “Kaliyuga”, the easiest way of salvation would
be, chanting the name of “Bhagavan” by “Namasankeerthana”. With
avowed object of conducting Bhajanothsava-Naamasankeerthana,
Bhagavatha Sammelanam, etc., regularly in Coimbatore District and for
the welfare and upliftment of the World and its inhabitants, a Public
Charitable Trust named, Sri Naamasankeerthanaa Trust was formed.
3) JK on 'how to realise eternal reality: It is through self-knowledge, not through belief in somebody else's
words, that a man comes to the eternal
reality, in which his being is grounded.
4) Meditation: ...To meditate, place your body in, and keep your body in,
a comfortable position. Close your eyes, keep your eyes
closed and keep your body inactive. Go into every part of
your body and feel and think on whatever disconcerting
sensations your body is producing, as intensely as you can.
Keep concentrating and keep your mind on whatever symptoms
you feel till they completely disappear. You may think that
it feels like it is getting worse and that it will last
forever. You will learn to realize that those are just
irrational thoughts. Just experience it and you will learn
to relate differently to your symptoms. Concentrate on your
symptoms whether they be physical, mental and/or spiritual.
The God within is always talking to you. To meditate, feel,
concentrate and think on, whatever the God within is
telling you, in the form of feeling sensations. If when you
close your eyes, you daydream or sleep, i.e., your mind is
wandering, then keep daydreaming or sleeping, until your
mind becomes still. ...