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Welcome to the Prempuriji Ashram Trust Website This site is dedicated to the everlastingly holy memory of a sage, vedantic philosopher and social visionary of India, the late Swami Shri Prempuriji Maharaj. The Prempuri Ashram Trust is an organization founded in 1967 by devoted followers of Swamiji to fulfill his vision and resolve of building a centre of spiritual activity and social welfare right in the heart of the bustling commercial city of Mumbai; A place where people from all walks of life and all strata of society would come, leaving behind worldly hurry and worry, to regain composure of their inner being, to remind themselves of the higher and nobler purposes of life and to reaffirm their inalienable right to peace, love, harmony, and bliss as enlightened human beings.
The Prempuri Ashram Trust, strives to achieve this vision in numerous ways. This website makes a humble attempt to bring as much of 'Prempuri Ashram' online for the world, as possible.
Part 70 of the Bhagavad Gita for Awakening Before continuing, we should first be reminded that what is said of Brahman and Prakriti is also to be applied to the individual spirit–purusha–and its individual energy levels–prakriti. Installing mac os x lion on dell xps l502x. Beginningless source “Know that prakriti and purusha are both beginningless, and know also that the modifications and the gunas arise from prakriti” (13:19). This verse is quite pivotal for our correct understanding. First of all, both prakriti and purusha are eternal–without beginning, and therefore without end. This means that prakriti is not a dream or mirage, something that will cease to exist when realization is attained, though our mistaken ideas about prakriti will melt away. Prakriti is like the screen in a theatre. The movie will end, but the screen with remain.
Next, all things originate in prakriti, and so do their modifications; for the gunas, the primal building blocks of manifestation, themselves are prakriti. (The next chapter will be about the three gunas.) Two important ideas come into play here: 1) Nothing ever comes from spirit (purusha) or is done by spirit. 2) As Poe said: “All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream”–namely, prakriti, the creative energy. Therefore, although we must never forget our essential nature as spirit, everything in our experience–in the field–is an objectification of mula-prakriti, the root-energy from which all things are formed.
For this reason yoga is very much a matter of prakriti, for it is prakriti that needs to be refined and evolved to become a perfect reflection of the purusha. That alone is liberation. So yogis pay great attention to such things as morality, diet and health. Meditation practice itself entails certain necessary elements, which is why Patanjali lists asana, pranayama, pratyahara, and dharana as prerequisites for meditation.
(See Pranava Yoga: Divine Word Meditation.) To cultivate a false, abstract “spiritual-mindedness” that denies or ignores prakriti is to be in error. For: “Prakriti is said to be the cause in the producing of cause and effect [action and reaction]. The purusha is said to be the cause in the experiencing of pleasure and pain” (13:20).
This verse is extremely difficult to translate. The idea is that prakriti is the source of both action and the instrument of action, but purusha is the source of the internal experiences and internal reactions–“our experience of pleasure and pain”–that result from the movements of prakriti. Consciousness is an attribute of the purusha. The more conscious we are–the more we identify with consciousness itself rather than objects of consciousness–the more “real” we are. The knower in the field “For the purusha, abiding in prakriti, experiences the gunas born of prakriti. Attachment to the gunas is the cause of its birth in good and evil wombs” (13:21). This is really pretty simple.