Surrender your ego to live an eternal blissful life.
In verse 25 of Ulladu Narpadu, Bhagavan explains how the ego rises from its source (Pure Self), how it remains away from its source, and how it will eventually subside back into its source: That is, since this ego has no form (no finite or separate existence) of its own, it can seemingly come into existence and endure only when we imagine our self to be a form (a physical body), and it flourishes when we attend to any form (anything that appears to be separate from our self). Since this ego is thus just a ‘formless ghost’, it can rise, endure and flourish only by ‘grasping form’, and hence when it tries to ‘grasp’ (or attend to) itself, which is not a form, it will subside and disappear.
Pledge from your heart to offer this ego !
Satsang typically involves a group of seekers, guided by a spiritual teacher engaging in open discussions, meditation, chanting, and other spiritual practices. The primary focus of Satsang is to foster an atmosphere of collective consciousness, where the barriers of ego and separation dissolve, allowing participants to experience a deeper connection with themselves and others. Residential retreat programs are great opportunity for it.
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