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Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
2.     Sreyascha preyascha manushyameta
Stau sampareetya vivinakti dheerah
Sreya hi dheero abhi preyaso rineete
Preyo mando yogakshemaadvrineete

Meaning : Man, in this world is confronted with Sreyas and Preyas. The intelligent (wise) man keenly examines both with sharp discrimination and chooses Sreyas. The unwise man prefers only Preyas, which is growth and sustenance of [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
28. Ajeeryataamamritaanaamupetya
Jeeryanmartyah kvadhah sthah prajaanan
Abhidhyaayanvarna ratipramodaan
Ati deerghe jeevite ko rameta

Meaning : Having reached immortals like you who are imperishable and having known them, which decaying mortal from the lower world can ever take delight in asking for a long life there with intense desire?
Comment : The Vairaagya and renunciation of Nachiketa [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
26. Svobhaavaa martyasya yadantakaitat
Sarvendriyaanaam jarayanti tejah
Api sarvam jeevita malpameva
Tavaiva vaahaastava nrityageete

Meaning : Oh Death! The boons (things or enjoyments) you grant would only wear out life-span of the mortal bodies which are perishable, ephemeral. Such enjoyments quickly bring about old age and suffering to these bodies. Life is very short even [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
24. Etattulyam yadi manyase varam
Vrineeshva vittam chirajeevikaam cha
Mahaabhoomou Nachiketastvamedhi
Kaamaanaam tvaa kaamabhaajam karomi

Meaning : Ask another (except this) boon that you consider equal to this. Ask for a very long life. Ask for all riches, ask for a large kingdom and rule over it. I will make you enjoy all the desires [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy

21.Devairatraapi vichikitsitampuraa
Na hi suvigjneya manuresha dharmah
Anyam varam Nachiketo vrineeshva
Maa moparotseerati maa srijainam
Meaning : Nachiketa! This subject has been debated even by the gods before. This Dharma or phenomena (Aatma the subject here) is too subtle to be understood and not at all easy to grasp. Not thus, ask some other boon. [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy

18.Esha te agnirnachiketah svargyo
Yama vrineethaa dviteeyena varena
Etamagnim tavaiva pravakshyanti janaasah
Triteeyam varam Nachiketo vrineeshva

Meaning : Oh Nachiketa! The fire that leads one to heaven, your choice for the second boon, will be known after your name. Now, ask for the third boon.
19. Yeyam prete vichikitsaa manushye
Asteetyeke naayamasteeti chaike
Etadvidyaa manusishtah tvayaaham
Varaanaamesha varastriteeyah

Meaning : [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
Visuddha and Aagjna Chakras known as Chandra Khanda consisting of the sky and the mind elements are joined by a knot known as Rudra Granthi.
Yogi, who pierces these Granthis after controlling the six centres, conquers the three principles Rajas, Sattva and Tamas. Lalitaa Sahasra, which deals with the power of Kundalini [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy

Comment : Apart from the details of a ritual, Yama, initiated him in the secret inner path also. “Take this multiple gift containingthe physical ritual as well as the Yogic secret path on which lie the pleasures of the earth, the heaven and the higher worlds, obtaining of any desires etc. [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
Comment : The God has offered to teach not only the ritual but reminded him that the same secret was contained in the heart of the human also. The secret Yoga also is taught. This Mantra is very clear that the ‘death-conquering secret’ of Yoga is revealed by Yama.
15. Lokaadimagnim tamuvaacha [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru

sri sri sivananda murthy
12. Svarge loke na bhayam imchanaasti
Na tatra tvam na jarayaa bibheti
Ubhe teertvaa asanaayaapipaase
Sokaatigo modate svargaloke

Meaning : Nachiketa said, in heaven, there is not a trace of fear neither you (Death) nor old age exist there. Men, going beyond hunger, thirst and also sorrow, are rejoicing in that heaven.
Comment : Nachiketa [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru

sri sri sivananda murthy
10. Saantasankalpah Sumanna Yathaa syat
Veetamanyuh Goutamo Maabhi mrityo
Tvat Prasrishtam maabihvadetprateeta
Etattrayaanaam prathamam varam vrine

Meaning : Oh Death! I ask this boon first, of the three (you have given me) that Goutama (my father) may be freed from his anger towards me, be peaceful with a clear mind, and he may recognise [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy

Meaning : If at anybody’s household a Brahmin guest waits in expectation but not getting any food, all the merits of that foolish householder, like the merit of speaking the truth, of sacrificial offering, of association with great men, sons and cattle wealth will go to that guest himself.
Comment : Apart [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
5. Vaisvaanarah pravisati atithirbraahmano
grihaan
Tasyaitaagm saantim kurvanti hara
Vaivasvatodakam
Meaning : A Brahmin guest comes to the households as Vaisvaanara fire. Then the householders attend to soothe him. Oh Hara! (Yama), Vaivasvata! (Son of the Sun) Fetch water for me.
Comment : The hunger of the guest is Vaisvaanaraagni. In the Gita, the Lord has [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
5. Bahoonaamemi prathamo bahoonaamemi
madhyahmah
Kigm svidyamasya kartavyam yanmayaadya
karishyati
Meaning : I stand as the best among many, also I stand as an average among many. Then what purpose has Yama (the god of Death) for me?
Comment : Of what use could he be to Yama, is one doubt. The other interpretation could be, [...]

Katha Yoga

Katha Yoga

By satguru
sri sri sivananda murthy
2. Tagm ha kumaaragm santam dakshinaasu
Neeyamaanaasu sraddhaavivesa so
amanyata

Meaning : While the presentations (gifts) were being given (by his father to the Brahmins), it attracted the attention of Nachiketa who was still of a tender age. He thought…
3. Peetodakka jagdhatrinaa dugdhadohaa
nirindriyaah
Anandaanaama te lokaastaan sa gachchati
taa dadat

Meaning : One who gives away in [...]

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