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Wisdom Sparks
Wisdom Sparks
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Foreword

Many are learned, but few are wise. Libraries are replete with books. Pandits disgorge mouthfuls of quotations. In lecture halls, there is a plethora of polemic argumentation. All words! Words! Words! Where do we find the practice of precepts? How can we gain illumination from walking encyclopaedias and talking dictionaries? Who goes through the rigours of spiritual discipline and kills the brute in him? Who grips the cobra of desire and pulls out its fangs? Who vanquishes the ego and tramples upon it? If one does these, that one can thrill you with his words, can enlighten you with a look and elevate you with a thought. Each syllable that he utters is a spark of fire that can burn up all your foulness, littleness and pettiness. Lucky indeed are we to have one with in Swami Sivananda Saraswati of Ananda Kutir.

"Even as blazing fire burns wood to ashes, the fire of wisdom reduces to ashes all Karma, O Arjuna," says Lord Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita (Ch. IV-37). There we have a most assuring statement indeed. It gives us hope and confidence. Even the best of us have the lurking fear in our hearts that our past and present Karmas may wind round us and bind us for ever. But after this assurance from the Lord, we can breathe free and heave a sigh of relief. Yet, there rises up a doubt. Have we the blazing fire of wisdom in us to reduce our Karmas to ashes? Well, we need not bother. Our Swamiji has given us "Wisdom Sparks" now.

Have no fear, dear reader. If you are eager to have spiritual illumination, you can have it here and now. You have only to keep the cotton of your mind dry. Desiccate it by the warmth of your spiritual aspiration. Place "Wisdom Sparks" (now in your hand) on the cotton and blow upon it the breath of devotion to God and Guru. Then will arise the blazing flame of wisdom, which will burn up all your Karma and lead you to the land of Bliss Immortal.

Our Swamiji has the unique quality of seeing the Highest in everything. When he thinks of a babe in the cradle, he sings "Suddhosi, Buddhosi, O Papa, Nityosi, Niranjanosi, O Chella." (Thou art pure, Thou are Intelligence, O child; Thou art Eternal, Thou art Untainted, O dear one!) He is so full of the desire to instruct that when he looks at falling drops of water, he breaks into high philosophy.

"Light drops of water make the mighty ocean; little words of love, little acts of kindness, little good thoughts will make you a saint." When he sees someone churning curd, his thoughts rise high and he exclaims:-"The Jnana-Yogis churn with the rod of OM. They bring out the jewel of Atma during Nirvikalpa Samadhi." He casually sees a gunny bag with the name of 'Dalmia cement' on it. Suddenly his mind flies up to the Eternal and he bursts forth: "Harder than cement is Ego. Break this through Atma Vichar. Love is indeed the best cement, to cement broken hearts. Purchase this though it is dear, because it is the best." One who has eyes can see the soul of the Swamiji in this song. When he read 'cement' he reflected upon the hardness of the ego. That was his first perception. The 'evil' side of cement i.e., its hardness (as that of the ego) suggested itself first; but he is so intensely trained in perceiving only good in everything. He therefore quickly passed on to speak of love as the best cement. What for? To cement broken hearts. There you see the Swamiji as an embodiment of love. This thought being a good one, endures in his mind and he goes on:-"It is largely manufactured in the heart-mills of India's Rishis. The ingredients of this rare cement are Rati, Prem and Mahabhav."

The accuracy of Swamiji's observation can be judged from his poem ' The Language of a Smile'. "The smile from gall heart smells very pungent. The smile of a saint is radiant." His nature and inborn gentility is seen when he says "Sages do not laugh, they smile through their eyes. Rude people laugh. Guff, or giggle is silly. It is indecent too."

There are many more such 'sparks'. Gather them and garner them when you have the leisure. Ruminate over them and you will rise above your 'littlenesses.

About the Book

Spiritual knowledge is imparted with the best result not through the precision of logic and reason, but through image literature, art and beauty. It is the change of the feelings of heart and not the understandings of the brain that touches the being of the inner man. Adhyatma-Vidya is the science of the innermost essence of the universe and it cannot therefore, come under the intellectual categories of objective discernment. The teachings of the sages have all had the conspicuous characteristic of appealing to the whole nature of the human being,-not merely an aspect of him. The highest teachings are executed in the homely language, the language of the heart of man. The simple great declarations of the Upanishads serve as examples.

We have here the Wisdom Sparks, the materialization of the spontaneous flow out of the depth of Swami Sivananda. It is a book meant for children and adults, the young and the old, men and women alike. The human touch in him coupled with his deep sagacity and impervious knowledge have proved to be such a beautiful combination of the relative and the super physical characters that his writings are a joy to the sorrowful, a strength to the weak, an illumination to the ignorant. The blending of intelligence and feeling, a melting of the head and the heart, is a common feature found in these outflows of his blissful expressions. Human troubles are not alleviated through flowery speeches and subtle hairsplitting arguments, for the source of sorrow is rooted in the very make-up of the individual and not in his superficial coatings. The inner disease is not cured by washing the outer shirt. The root has to be dug out.

A study of these highly spiritual lines from the holy pen of the saint is meant to cheer up the weary aspirant in his journey towards the City of the Immortal.

Contents

FOREWORD6
CHAPTER 1: INCOCATION
1Salutations to the Lord19
2Prayer for Peace20
3The Sun20
4Mother Earth!21
5Mother India22
6Mother India!22
7Hindu Cradle Song24
CHAPTER II: MYSTERIES OF VEDANTA
1What Is Vedanta?26
2All This Is Brahma alone27
3World and Jivas28
4Over-Soul28
5Brahma Jnan29
6Man Is Triune30
7True Knowledge30
8Maya Tree31
9Reality32
10A Serious Warning32
11The Ocean of Bliss!34
12That Exalted State34
13Song of Vedantic Lullaby35
14The Sublime Vision37
CHAPTER III: LIGHT ON YOGA
1Song of Siva Raja Yoga40
2Prayer to Kundalini40
3Chakras and Gods41
4Glory of Hatha Yoga42
CHAPTER IV: SPIRITUAL INSTRUCTIONS
1Worship on Week Days44
2Wake up! O Man!44
3How to Earn More Money?45
4Be Wise, O Traveller!46
5Be a Hero47
6Sadhana48
7To the Mind49
8Control of Mind49
9How to Control the Mind50
10Who Is Happy?50
11Secret of Renunciation51
12Spiritual Shaving52
13Pseudo-Vedantin55
14Lip-Vedantin56
15Impotent Vedantin57
16Real Vedantin59
17Guiding Precepts-I60
18Guiding Precepts-II61
19Need for Yoga-Ashram62
20Yogic Drink63
21Six Difficult Things64
22Give Up Fear65
23Moustache Lady66
24Take Care of Little Things66
25Newspaper Reading67
26Taste the Bliss68
27Siva's Night68
28Ekadasi69
29To Sanyasins70
30To Sadhak Bold71
CHAPTER V: PHILOSOPHY IN HUMOUR
1Lakshmi-Parvati Samvad73
2Churning73
3Divine Pharmacy74
4Best Cement75
5Clouds76
6Thunder76
7My Friend, Thunder!77
8Daya Krishna and Danaveer Ram78
CHAPER VI: BHAKTI RASAMRITAM
1Radha-The Creeper80
2There Comes Krishna80
3Krishna's Flute81
4Radha and Krishna82
5Krishna and Rama82
6Siva's Smile83
7Divine Bael Leaf84
8Divine Tulsi84
9Mysterious Self-Surrender85
10A Soliloquy to the Lord86
11Essence of Japa Yoga87
12Thou Hast Filled Me O Lord90
13Canst Thou Not Do It for Me?90
14When O Lord! When?91
15Do grant this prayer, O Siva!92
16A Complaint to the Lord93
17My Black Prince94
18O Lord! This is my Prayer95
19Janmashtami Day96
20Thanksgiving to Lord97
21Reminder of Sri Krishna97
22Universal Bridegroom98
23How shall I call Him? I99
24How Shall I Call Him? II99
25Lotus Feet of the Lord100
CHAPTER VII: HINDU CULTURE
1The Hindu101
2On Study of Books102
3Ramayana-I103
4Ramayana.-II104
5Bhagavad Gita104
6Yugas105
7The Three "G-G-G"105
8Astrology106
9Hooliganism107
10To Lord Krishna108
11All World Religions Federation108
12World's Religion109
13Glory of Sanyasa110
14Holi111
CHAPTER VIII: HEALTH AND LONG LIFE
1Health and Long Life113
2Masticate Well113
3Pharmacy Divine114
4Prayer to Mother Nature115
5Health and Longevity116
CHAPTER IX: PHILOSOPHY
1Language of Smile118
2Behind the Veil119
3Desire119
4Body Chariot120
5The Law of Karnma121
6Turiya and Turiyatita122
7Sage or Brahmana123
8The Wondrous Being123
9World125
10Worlds All Around125
11Nations of the World127
12Sivaratri128
13Who Am I?129
14This Is Maya130
15Secrets of Maya132
16 "My Chacha"-"My Mama"133
17Lightning134
18The Blue Sea134
19Happiness Is Within135
20Pain Is a Blessing136
21O Bliss!137
22Call to Bliss138
CHAPTER X: UPANISHADIC WISDOM
1Atman140
2The Upanishadic Bow and Arrow 140
3The Two Birds141
4The Underlying Essence142
5Peep into the Beyond142
6Light up the Torch143
7O Hidden Bliss!144
8I Swallowed Death144
9Good Bye145
10Desire146
11Cup of Bliss147
12I am the All148
13To Lord Yama150
14I am Consciousness150
15I am Immortal Brahman151
CHAPTER XI: YOGA-VEDANTIC GARLAND
1 "Tur" "Ka" "Dur"153
2A Complaint to Brahma153
3Divine Government154
4Blow On! O Wind!155
5The Biggest155
6Test Tube Baby157
7Boy Becomes a Girl158
8Fountain Pen159
9The Best160
10Disintegration160
11To Brother Scorpion!161
12To My Sad-Guru164
13Initiation Days164
14Postal Strike165
15Harki-Paudi, Hardwar166
16Murdabad-Zindabad167
17To Sister Moon168
18Message of Flowers169
CHAPTER XII: PHILOSOPHY OF NUMBERS
1One 170
2Two170
3Three171
4Four171
5Five172
6Six172
7Seven173
8Eight173
9Nine173
10Ten173
CHAPTER XIII: HAIL HEROES!
1Lord Jesus174
2Western Poets174
3A Wonder175
4Jai Hind176
5To Hindus and Muslims177
CHAPTER XIV: SUPREME ABODE
1On Rishikesh.179
2Viswanath Mandir180
3Ananda Kutir-Twilight Scene180
4Supreme Blessing181
5Triune of Divine Life182
6Siva's Ideal of His Disciple182
7I Danced in the Holywood184
8Siva's Magic187
9Sadhana Week188
10Shivanandanagar188
11Badrikashram190

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Foreword

Many are learned, but few are wise. Libraries are replete with books. Pandits disgorge mouthfuls of quotations. In lecture halls, there is a plethora of polemic argumentation. All words! Words! Words! Where do we find the practice of precepts? How can we gain illumination from walking encyclopaedias and talking dictionaries? Who goes through the rigours of spiritual discipline and kills the brute in him? Who grips the cobra of desire and pulls out its fangs? Who vanquishes the ego and tramples upon it? If one does these, that one can thrill you with his words, can enlighten you with a look and elevate you with a thought. Each syllable that he utters is a spark of fire that can burn up all your foulness, littleness and pettiness. Lucky indeed are we to have one with in Swami Sivananda Saraswati of Ananda Kutir.

"Even as blazing fire burns wood to ashes, the fire of wisdom reduces to ashes all Karma, O Arjuna," says Lord Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita (Ch. IV-37). There we have a most assuring statement indeed. It gives us hope and confidence. Even the best of us have the lurking fear in our hearts that our past and present Karmas may wind round us and bind us for ever. But after this assurance from the Lord, we can breathe free and heave a sigh of relief. Yet, there rises up a doubt. Have we the blazing fire of wisdom in us to reduce our Karmas to ashes? Well, we need not bother. Our Swamiji has given us "Wisdom Sparks" now.

Have no fear, dear reader. If you are eager to have spiritual illumination, you can have it here and now. You have only to keep the cotton of your mind dry. Desiccate it by the warmth of your spiritual aspiration. Place "Wisdom Sparks" (now in your hand) on the cotton and blow upon it the breath of devotion to God and Guru. Then will arise the blazing flame of wisdom, which will burn up all your Karma and lead you to the land of Bliss Immortal.

Our Swamiji has the unique quality of seeing the Highest in everything. When he thinks of a babe in the cradle, he sings "Suddhosi, Buddhosi, O Papa, Nityosi, Niranjanosi, O Chella." (Thou art pure, Thou are Intelligence, O child; Thou art Eternal, Thou art Untainted, O dear one!) He is so full of the desire to instruct that when he looks at falling drops of water, he breaks into high philosophy.

"Light drops of water make the mighty ocean; little words of love, little acts of kindness, little good thoughts will make you a saint." When he sees someone churning curd, his thoughts rise high and he exclaims:-"The Jnana-Yogis churn with the rod of OM. They bring out the jewel of Atma during Nirvikalpa Samadhi." He casually sees a gunny bag with the name of 'Dalmia cement' on it. Suddenly his mind flies up to the Eternal and he bursts forth: "Harder than cement is Ego. Break this through Atma Vichar. Love is indeed the best cement, to cement broken hearts. Purchase this though it is dear, because it is the best." One who has eyes can see the soul of the Swamiji in this song. When he read 'cement' he reflected upon the hardness of the ego. That was his first perception. The 'evil' side of cement i.e., its hardness (as that of the ego) suggested itself first; but he is so intensely trained in perceiving only good in everything. He therefore quickly passed on to speak of love as the best cement. What for? To cement broken hearts. There you see the Swamiji as an embodiment of love. This thought being a good one, endures in his mind and he goes on:-"It is largely manufactured in the heart-mills of India's Rishis. The ingredients of this rare cement are Rati, Prem and Mahabhav."

The accuracy of Swamiji's observation can be judged from his poem ' The Language of a Smile'. "The smile from gall heart smells very pungent. The smile of a saint is radiant." His nature and inborn gentility is seen when he says "Sages do not laugh, they smile through their eyes. Rude people laugh. Guff, or giggle is silly. It is indecent too."

There are many more such 'sparks'. Gather them and garner them when you have the leisure. Ruminate over them and you will rise above your 'littlenesses.

About the Book

Spiritual knowledge is imparted with the best result not through the precision of logic and reason, but through image literature, art and beauty. It is the change of the feelings of heart and not the understandings of the brain that touches the being of the inner man. Adhyatma-Vidya is the science of the innermost essence of the universe and it cannot therefore, come under the intellectual categories of objective discernment. The teachings of the sages have all had the conspicuous characteristic of appealing to the whole nature of the human being,-not merely an aspect of him. The highest teachings are executed in the homely language, the language of the heart of man. The simple great declarations of the Upanishads serve as examples.

We have here the Wisdom Sparks, the materialization of the spontaneous flow out of the depth of Swami Sivananda. It is a book meant for children and adults, the young and the old, men and women alike. The human touch in him coupled with his deep sagacity and impervious knowledge have proved to be such a beautiful combination of the relative and the super physical characters that his writings are a joy to the sorrowful, a strength to the weak, an illumination to the ignorant. The blending of intelligence and feeling, a melting of the head and the heart, is a common feature found in these outflows of his blissful expressions. Human troubles are not alleviated through flowery speeches and subtle hairsplitting arguments, for the source of sorrow is rooted in the very make-up of the individual and not in his superficial coatings. The inner disease is not cured by washing the outer shirt. The root has to be dug out.

A study of these highly spiritual lines from the holy pen of the saint is meant to cheer up the weary aspirant in his journey towards the City of the Immortal.

Contents

FOREWORD6
CHAPTER 1: INCOCATION
1Salutations to the Lord19
2Prayer for Peace20
3The Sun20
4Mother Earth!21
5Mother India22
6Mother India!22
7Hindu Cradle Song24
CHAPTER II: MYSTERIES OF VEDANTA
1What Is Vedanta?26
2All This Is Brahma alone27
3World and Jivas28
4Over-Soul28
5Brahma Jnan29
6Man Is Triune30
7True Knowledge30
8Maya Tree31
9Reality32
10A Serious Warning32
11The Ocean of Bliss!34
12That Exalted State34
13Song of Vedantic Lullaby35
14The Sublime Vision37
CHAPTER III: LIGHT ON YOGA
1Song of Siva Raja Yoga40
2Prayer to Kundalini40
3Chakras and Gods41
4Glory of Hatha Yoga42
CHAPTER IV: SPIRITUAL INSTRUCTIONS
1Worship on Week Days44
2Wake up! O Man!44
3How to Earn More Money?45
4Be Wise, O Traveller!46
5Be a Hero47
6Sadhana48
7To the Mind49
8Control of Mind49
9How to Control the Mind50
10Who Is Happy?50
11Secret of Renunciation51
12Spiritual Shaving52
13Pseudo-Vedantin55
14Lip-Vedantin56
15Impotent Vedantin57
16Real Vedantin59
17Guiding Precepts-I60
18Guiding Precepts-II61
19Need for Yoga-Ashram62
20Yogic Drink63
21Six Difficult Things64
22Give Up Fear65
23Moustache Lady66
24Take Care of Little Things66
25Newspaper Reading67
26Taste the Bliss68
27Siva's Night68
28Ekadasi69
29To Sanyasins70
30To Sadhak Bold71
CHAPTER V: PHILOSOPHY IN HUMOUR
1Lakshmi-Parvati Samvad73
2Churning73
3Divine Pharmacy74
4Best Cement75
5Clouds76
6Thunder76
7My Friend, Thunder!77
8Daya Krishna and Danaveer Ram78
CHAPER VI: BHAKTI RASAMRITAM
1Radha-The Creeper80
2There Comes Krishna80
3Krishna's Flute81
4Radha and Krishna82
5Krishna and Rama82
6Siva's Smile83
7Divine Bael Leaf84
8Divine Tulsi84
9Mysterious Self-Surrender85
10A Soliloquy to the Lord86
11Essence of Japa Yoga87
12Thou Hast Filled Me O Lord90
13Canst Thou Not Do It for Me?90
14When O Lord! When?91
15Do grant this prayer, O Siva!92
16A Complaint to the Lord93
17My Black Prince94
18O Lord! This is my Prayer95
19Janmashtami Day96
20Thanksgiving to Lord97
21Reminder of Sri Krishna97
22Universal Bridegroom98
23How shall I call Him? I99
24How Shall I Call Him? II99
25Lotus Feet of the Lord100
CHAPTER VII: HINDU CULTURE
1The Hindu101
2On Study of Books102
3Ramayana-I103
4Ramayana.-II104
5Bhagavad Gita104
6Yugas105
7The Three "G-G-G"105
8Astrology106
9Hooliganism107
10To Lord Krishna108
11All World Religions Federation108
12World's Religion109
13Glory of Sanyasa110
14Holi111
CHAPTER VIII: HEALTH AND LONG LIFE
1Health and Long Life113
2Masticate Well113
3Pharmacy Divine114
4Prayer to Mother Nature115
5Health and Longevity116
CHAPTER IX: PHILOSOPHY
1Language of Smile118
2Behind the Veil119
3Desire119
4Body Chariot120
5The Law of Karnma121
6Turiya and Turiyatita122
7Sage or Brahmana123
8The Wondrous Being123
9World125
10Worlds All Around125
11Nations of the World127
12Sivaratri128
13Who Am I?129
14This Is Maya130
15Secrets of Maya132
16 "My Chacha"-"My Mama"133
17Lightning134
18The Blue Sea134
19Happiness Is Within135
20Pain Is a Blessing136
21O Bliss!137
22Call to Bliss138
CHAPTER X: UPANISHADIC WISDOM
1Atman140
2The Upanishadic Bow and Arrow 140
3The Two Birds141
4The Underlying Essence142
5Peep into the Beyond142
6Light up the Torch143
7O Hidden Bliss!144
8I Swallowed Death144
9Good Bye145
10Desire146
11Cup of Bliss147
12I am the All148
13To Lord Yama150
14I am Consciousness150
15I am Immortal Brahman151
CHAPTER XI: YOGA-VEDANTIC GARLAND
1 "Tur" "Ka" "Dur"153
2A Complaint to Brahma153
3Divine Government154
4Blow On! O Wind!155
5The Biggest155
6Test Tube Baby157
7Boy Becomes a Girl158
8Fountain Pen159
9The Best160
10Disintegration160
11To Brother Scorpion!161
12To My Sad-Guru164
13Initiation Days164
14Postal Strike165
15Harki-Paudi, Hardwar166
16Murdabad-Zindabad167
17To Sister Moon168
18Message of Flowers169
CHAPTER XII: PHILOSOPHY OF NUMBERS
1One 170
2Two170
3Three171
4Four171
5Five172
6Six172
7Seven173
8Eight173
9Nine173
10Ten173
CHAPTER XIII: HAIL HEROES!
1Lord Jesus174
2Western Poets174
3A Wonder175
4Jai Hind176
5To Hindus and Muslims177
CHAPTER XIV: SUPREME ABODE
1On Rishikesh.179
2Viswanath Mandir180
3Ananda Kutir-Twilight Scene180
4Supreme Blessing181
5Triune of Divine Life182
6Siva's Ideal of His Disciple182
7I Danced in the Holywood184
8Siva's Magic187
9Sadhana Week188
10Shivanandanagar188
11Badrikashram190
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