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Power of spiritual soul
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Power of spiritual soul
He analysed his experience of the various pilgrim centres and did into sections
Swami Vivekananda's passionate appeal for spiritual revival of Indian society, so deeply influenced Sharadchandra, that he resigned from his post and became the disciple of Vivekananda for life. In the real sense he was the first person to join his spiritual revival crusade.
Sharachandra was duly renamed, brother Sadananda. Vivekananda took him to Varah monastery and introduced him into monkshood through proper rites.
Sadananda served the Ramakrishna Paramahansa mission till his last breath, and remained a trusted disciple of Vivekananda.
Vivekananda stayed in the monastery for a year. During this period he revised all the scriptures and other books available in the monastery.
He analysed his experience of the various pilgrim centres and did into sections.
Swami Vivekananda wanted to meet Sharada Mata, the wife of late Ramakrishna Paramahansa, who was till alive and lived in a village situated on the bank of Bhagirathi river.
He wished to seek he blessings in his spiritual endeavour.
The very sight of her evoked a great feelings of reverence in Vivekananda. She was a Saintly figure, the feminine dimension of Paramahansa.
Vivekananda introduced himself and revealed his mission of spreading the Spiritual message of Paramahansa. Sharda Maa was very happy, at meeting her husband's disciple.
Building up monastery was not our sole aim
God can't help the people who are hell bent on destroying themselves by perpetuating illiteracy, poverty, social evils, caste-ism, salve mentality and defeatist mindset.'
The people are resigned to their fate to be the fodder of the canons of vested interests.
People cling to their blind faiths to justify their misery. The need of the hour is to awaken the people to their own spiritual power and legacy.
The power of spiritual soul
use of our energy
knowledge/ duty conscious
spiritual soul/ will power
Narendra used to think about the bane of the society.
``The bane of the society, the caste-ism, un -touchbility, illiteracy blind faiths and the strange hold of the orthodoxy must be dealt with.
It will lead to a society really great free of hunger and poverty. ''
``Then and only then the masses will resume their spiritual tradition and repel the forces of materialism.''
Swami Vivekananda came to the conclusion that he must inspire and work for the spiritual awakening of the people to liberate them from the miseries they were suffering.
``Then swami Vivekananda returned to the monastery for good out of disillusionment with the life which had become a routine with no aim, sooner or later others to were bound to get fed up with rituals serving little purpose.
Ramakrishna Paramahansa wanted to make free the people of narrow thinking, backwardness evils poverty, and diseases through spiritual uplifting.''
Swami Vivekananda said to others brothers.
``Brothers you may remember that, our guru Ramakrishna Paramahansa had entrusted a special mission to us and to me in particular to lead spiritual renaissance.
Building up this monastery was not our sole aim. It was merely stepping stone. For the time being my usefulness here is over. Don't shed tears or grieve for me.
I wish you to stay here and carry on the traditions of our late guru. We all have separate roles to fulfil to realise the dream of our guru. Now my role is to go out and find the meaning of what he had said to me.''