Gurudev (Birth date :24th November ,1903)
Reach Intellectual Bliss with Samta ( By Parasram Haryal )
The word God combines with the five material elements or tatvas to constitute the body, which is an equipment of action without cause. The inert material elements are imbued with the faculties of feeling, thought and action through the organs of the body.
Consequently, assumption of doership, ego and duality arise in this state. This intellect tends to oscillate between sublime consciousness and materialism. This conflict, antar-dhvan , continues till the intellect settles down in a state of reintegration, which is samta in its unmodified source - utter sublime consciousness.
This merged state remains unaffected by death of body. This emancipated lifestyle, jeevan mukt sthithi , is the natural, real aim of life. Samta in Sanatan Dharma 's ancient code of conduct is reintegration of human intellect or buddhi in the unchanging Truth Absolute.
Samta philosopher Mahatma Mangat Ramji personified renunciation free from three moods or gunas and five tatva vikar or defilements. He maintained akhand samadhi , a persistent absorption in shabad brahm. He was far above limitations of religion. Ibrahim, a Muslim disciple, asked the swamiji's permission to convert to Hinduism.
He told him: "There is no need to change the label. You have been taught the real technique of reintegration. Make all efforts to attain it.'' Satguruj i's God-inspired verses are contained in the Granth Shri Samta Prakash. It covers all aspects of spiritual advancements such as Bhakti yoga, Gyan yoga, Nish Kam Karam yoga and Surat Shabad yoga , including secret techniques of dhyan and samadhi.
The Truth Absolute has wondrous ways that resonate in the movement of breath within. The seeker attains emancipation from both pain and pleasure, obtains perception of the Absolute, attains full deathless status, lives eternally, never dies. On liberation from consequences of self-serving actions, the consciousness merges into never changing Truth.
In another work of prose, Mangat Ramji provides guidance on several aspects of dharma and the path of right living: "Only on conquering the inner animal self the enlightened ones have reintegrated in never-changing Truth Absolute. On liberation from defilements they have merged back into the creator.''
In Samta Villas , he says: In the state when buddhi is submerged in atamnad it transforms into Truth Absolute - in samadhi or Super Consciousness it perceives nothing but perfect bliss. In the involved state through the faculty of thought process it perceives the material world or body.
In Samta Yog Marg, the five practices to perceive the word God within are as follows: Simplicity in dress and a diet free from meat and intoxicants, thought statement, propriety in behaviour, purification and curtailment of one's own desires in order to serve others. Truth is that which retains its everlasting state.
Conscious effort should be made to realise Truth in concept, words and deeds. Search for Truth is not restricted to any particular religion. It is Nature's projection from within, but is not perceived due to ignorance.
We should strive towards selfless service to all living beings. The more one gets absorbed in the service of others, the closer one will get to the state of selflessness. Company of sublime sages ushers in correct thinking, correct faith and correct effort.
True Worship can be achieved through unification of surat, swasa, shabad - consciousness, breath and word. Worship of Absolute with one-pointed mind stills the breath, and thought waves die out. When complete negation of thought process is attained, the radiant splendour of Almighty, unencumbered by the gross material equipment - the body - is perceived.
That is, individual consciousness attains reintegration or samta with the Absolute cosmic consciousness.
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गुरुदेव ने कहा
SAMTA is referred to as Sanatana Dharma, the Eternal faith.
SAMTA is not a Religion,
It is based on the Practice of Dharma, the Code of Life.
which can lead & procure the Highest, as SAMTA is the same as Ishwaratva
While Religion seeks to bind, Dharma seeks to Up hold.
What man holds on to, is his inner strength,
which leads man from ignorance to Truth.
Though reading of the scriptures (Vedas/Shastras/Granths)
does not directly lead to Self-realization, the teachings of the Seers
provide a basis and the path for Spirituality. The Truth and path
provided by SAMTA is beyond time and hence, Eternal.
The concepts like Karma, Rebirth, Moksha,
are common to several religions of the World.
SAMTA believes in the existence of the Omnipresent, Omniscient and
Omnipotent God who resides in the heart
of every human being, rich or poor, alike.
The Principle of Unity of being and presence of God in all forms of life, is fundamental to SAMTA.
Thus, Self-realization is the only way to attain the True State of SAMTA there being No difference between mortal and The Supreme Lord.