Does surrendering to divine help me receive ‘The best’?

|| Awareness - Staying open to universe ||

|| Awareness – Staying open to universe ||

Beloved AD,
I am confused , i need clarification.
I am not able to grasp by myself.
Let me straight go to questions-
1) what is consciousness ?how to access it ? Is it possible to access it?Is it unknown?
2) what is awareness ?  What is observing?How to be aware   or observe without the separation between observer and observed?
3)what is the witness / sakshi bhava? Is  that the self or atman?
4) just surrendering to what”is” or allowing “what is” solve all conflicts or bring us the best?I know u r busy , but please I am waiting for u’r answer.
Thanks,
LB

Beloved LB,
Shivoham!
Thanks for your patience. I had been keeping busy and visiting extremely remote places.. places where having even mobile network was luxury. Finally you get your share of words here.
I would directly take up your question-

1) what is consciousness ?how to access it ? Is it possible to access it?Is it unknown?

The jargon of words apart; without using any technical words or spiritual vocabulary –

 
This state of knowing that you or this world exists is consciousness thus You as a whole are consciousness.
Since it is nothing but You there is no question of accessing it. It is only about staying rooted in this deep knowing that I am it.
Consciousness is not unknown – it is all the three; the ‘knower’, the process of ‘knowing’ and it is ‘known’ too.

2) what is awareness ?  What is observing?How to be aware   or observe without the separation between observer and observed?
Awareness is that state of consciousness where you are awake and open yourself completely to your state of “being”. This being of yours can be in any state like ‘doing things’, speaking, walking, listening, sleeping or even dreaming.
The mode of staying open to all which is around us, within us, in mind, body and beyond is ‘observing’. Tattva Shakti Vigyaan sadhana can come handy here to begin with as it increases your capacity to stay rooted in your spiritual endeavours also grace from Gurumandala works wonders.
Only way to get this perfected state where observer, observing and observed become one is ‘Keeping yourself aware uninterrupted as much and as long as you can.. there is no other way.

3)what is the witness / sakshi bhava? Is  that the self or atman?
The outcome of disinterested, wakeful awareness is Sakshi-Bhaava. It is neither self nor Atman but Yes, when you come in this perfected state you start getting glimpses of your true being. First time in your life you would get sweet taste (howsoever small that duration may be, depending upon your capacity of staying on the peak of that bhava) of inner bliss and immortality.
4) just surrendering to what”is” or allowing “what is” solve all conflicts or bring us the best?
Yes it does! But surrender happens only when you start getting to see the best in what you get. Complicated? Let me explain..
For all of those (including you) who think or feel that “surrendering” will solve all the conflicts and bring them ‘the best’ is a false notion because this sort of surrendering is nothing but just a mind-game. Suppose you get a firm news/call just now that you have been selected for a gift and in next two hours someone will deliver you 1 Crore rupees at your doorstep. But – The condition of this lottery/Gift is that you should be fast asleep when the person knocks the door. Now in such condition anyone would want to relax and sleep to get that 1 Cr however I know it is NOT possible for obvious reasons. It would lead you to pretending and deceit. In all your capacity you would try to sleep, fast asleep while internally you are eagerly waiting for your doorbell to ring! The one who can relax, sleep and surrender NOW gets the gift or in other words “He gets the gift who no more yearns for it.”
 
In the same way – when you say, I surrender because I want to get ‘the best’ or ‘trouble free life’, ‘divine hand to work for me’, ‘solve all the problems’; it is just pretending. Real surrender comes when you have been able to perfect forgiveness, fear of losing and gratitude for what you have or what you get – i say unto you that You can NOT force surrender upon yourself.
Blessings from Masters,
– Ach. Agyaatdarshan Anand Nath

About Ach. Agyaatdarshan Anand Nath

Master AD, as Acharya Agyaatdarshan Anand Nath is lovingly called by his disciples, friends is a true Tantra Master. You can either love him or hate him but for sure you can NOT ignore him. He and his beloved consort Ma Shakti Devpriya Anand Nath are engaged in spreading scientific spirituality in masses through their Tattva Shakti Vigyaan initiation camps. Master AD has equal command on Yoga, Pranamaya, Tantra and Kriya Yoga techniques and guides seekers worldwide.
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One Response to Does surrendering to divine help me receive ‘The best’?

  1. Mira says:

    Having read this I thought it was very informative. I appreciate you finding the time and energy to put this informative article together.
    I once again find myself personally spending a significant amount of time both reading and commenting.
    But so what, it was still worthwhile!

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