Find the Root Pattern of Poor Memory
Date the discourse was delivered
Mon, 2013-02-04 11:15
Description in English
In today’s morning satsang, Paramahamsa Nithyananda rejoices in the increased authenticity of his sangha. In the past when he has assigned homework, he has received all kinds of excuses to explain why it was not completed. Now he is hearing simply the truth, indicating that devotees are deepening their integrity. Continuing his work on removing the root pattern which blocks us from memorizing, he demonstrates this technique with ashramites. He also speaks on Kumbha Mela, the great festival held at the junction of India’s sacred rivers, describing the Saraswati River as Being and the Ganga (Ganges) as Intellect. When these qualities are aligned they produce authenticity and responsibility, represented by the cities of Prayag and Ujjain. These cities are situated at the river junction, enriching all those who visit them.
Tags in English
Paramahamsa Nithyananda, rejoice, homework, truth, integrity, Kumbha Mela, festival, India, sacred, Ganga, responsibility
Transcript in English