Dialogues on Bhakti

This section is bit complicated one.  Remaining a Hindu I became a bhakta of Bhagavan Muktinath, who is known as Jesus Christ by all.  I will give the reason for this in this section.  But to reach this reality viz., that I can remain a Hindu yet follow Muktinath I wrestled with various issues.  Finally, after committing several mistakes when I am convinced that not only (my) Hinduism allows me to remain as a Hindu and become a follower of Muktinath but even Muktiveda (commonly known as Bible) also endorses my view, as per my understanding of that scripture.  Now having this firm conviction, in this section I will post my pilgrimage in the Lord and also my personal dialogue in my bhakti.

December 1, 2011

Found my Guru

My search for a guru finally ended in Bhagavan Muktinathan  who was called as ‘Yehoshua’ in Hebrew, ‘Iasus’ in Greek, ‘Jesus’ in…

‘With’ and ‘How’ to ‘for’ and ‘why’.

One time when I visited one of my shishyas’ houses, as usual there came some tension in the family.  My shishyas, after exchanging words with his…

Relationship formulas

Though a single person, I always celebrate relationship.  But I have my own formulas which I worked out (AS A SINGLE PERSON) in handling my…

Identity question

Recently we had a discussion on ‘identity’ for the question ‘Who you are and What you are’.  The bhakta, who raised this discussion, said…

On Deeksha

One sishya said to me, "Since taking deeksha is a personal (spiritual) commitment of a bhakta to the Lord, we should leave it to…

Honoring Parents

I often say that the Muktiveda doesn’t give patterns for us to imitate, but rather principles for us to interpret and apply to our…

Unity in Spirit

Thanks to all those who responded to this brainstorm on bhakti. Although I completed the topic, the supplement that I attached ‘Critiquing the…

On Deathbed

At our year-end meeting, someone asked, “Imagine you were on your deathbed. What are the three things that you wish you could have done better? How…