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[sadhaka] Connection is Temporary, While Disconnection is Permanent (July 4, 2008)

sadhak_insight Fri, Jul 4, 2008 at 3:32 AM
:Shree Hari:

4th July, 2008, Friday
Aashaad Shukla Pratipada, Vikram Samvat 2065, Shukravar

From every consumption (of worldly objects) there is natural
disinclination (in the end), this is experience of all of us.
Inclination in worldly things is artificial, but disinclination is

The embodied soul (Jeeva) gets inclined to worldly objects on his
own, but disinclination is automatic and natural. Just as, a smoker
inhales the tobacco of his volition and efforts, but the smoke comes
out (exhaled out) automatically (without any effort). If a smoker
closes his mouth then too the smoke will come out of his nose. The
smoke does not remain inside, however the habit gets spoilt. He
gets addicted. Similarly the worldly objects do not remain in us,
but the habit gets spoilt. The worldly objects and their consumption
naturally leave us. But due to spoilt habits, the embodied soul
(jeeva) in spite of being independent, keeps grabbing on to objects
again and again. Though independent and consciousness himself, he
keeps feeling dependent!

On the other hand, though he is entangled with worldly objects, his
natural separateness with these objects remains. Yet he does not
care for that, he does not give importance to that (to his natural
separateness). Even though he has no relationship with body, he
assumes a relationship with it, and keeps deriving pleasure out of
the same.

A connection is always temporary, while disconnection is permanent.
That is because the body being part of the world is foreign (to the
soul) and is it's opposite. There is no possibility of any
connection with an opposite (element). Being a part of God (Supreme
Consciousness), the embodied soul, Self (Jeeva) has unity with God
(Consciousness) only, hence our natural relationship is with only
God (Consciousness).

If Self (Jeeva) trusts the voices of Saints, Scriptures and God and
establishes a relationship with God (Consciousness), then he will
experience (his unity with God, Supreme Consciousness). But instead,
he keeps giving importance to worldly things. So long as he does
not connect himself with God, till then God does not allow any
worldly connections made by him to remain permanent. God keeps
breaking those relationships. Whatever efforts the embodied soul
(Jeeva) may make, his connection with world cannot remain permanent.

From "The Bhagavad Gita - Sadhak Sanjeevani" in Hindi, pg 956 by
Swami Ramsukhdasji.

Ram Ram

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