The Sanskrit translational definitions of the following remarkable words elucidate the amazing greatness that is enshrined within each and every one of us.
Sharan in Sanskrit refers to enshrine; Vali to courage and Ram to supreme. The following is one of the Sanskrit shlokas/verses; Santoshatulyam dhanamasti nanyat; the meaning of this is that – there is no treasure greater than happiness.
When we may take this into referential context to our present day lives, it implies the amazing renditions of all wisdom that inspires us to awaken to the true divine essence; to the creative magnificence of contentment, joy and graciousness ensconced within the sacred realms of our true nature and our true selves ingeniously, while of course time and again ensuring that we earnestly fulfill our respective primordial dharma (duties) in order to cherish the greatness of our karma (deeds).
Another fabled Sanskrit verse that resonates the authenticity of our lives is the following which is also the renowned motto of the great land of India; it reads as; Satyameva Jayate; its definition is meaning; Truth alone Triumphs.
Satyameva jayate nānṛtaṁ
Satyena panthā vitato devayānaḥ
Yatra tat satyasya paramaṁ nidhānam.
The translational definition of the above is:-
Truth alone triumphs; not falsehood. Through truth the divine path is spread out by which the sages whose desires have been completely fulfilled, reach where that supreme treasure of Truth resides.
The above when referring to our present day lives seeks to refer to the divine essence of the truth that is encapsulated and embodied within the prestigious realms of our higher consciousness; of our higher self; of our creative intelligence; of our true nature and of our true self consonantly.
When we experience the true divine essence of our being, all that is within us aligns and harmoniously emits its frequencies along with all that’s around us, thereby establishing a sense and essence of equanimity and divine vision to empower our attendance to the various objectives and tasks of our lives conscientiously.
There is also the Sanskrit peace verses which astoundingly resonate the glorious oneness of the Universe; it reads as:-
Om saha nāvavatu
Saha nau bhunaktu
Saha vīryaṃ karavāvahai
Tejasvināvadhītamastu mā vidviṣāvahai
Oṃ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ śāntiḥ
Om ! May He protect us both together;
May He nourish us both together;
May we work conjointly with great energy,
May our study be vigorous and effective;
May we not mutually dispute (or may we not hate any).
Om, Let there be Peace in me;
Let there be Peace in my environment;
Let there be Peace in the forces that act on me.
He respectfully refers to the supreme consciousness and me humbly refers to the collective consciousness.
From Satsangha*, comes non-attachment;
From non-attachment comes freedom from delusion,
From freedom from delusion comes self-settlement.
From self-settlement comes liberation (from ignorance).
* Sat (Truth) + Sangham (Company). Means to seek the company of THE truth. In simple terms Satsang is living life with awareness in the company of good minded people with pure intentions consistently.
Its our collective consciousness that encompasses the symposium of our gracious knowledge, we are able to remarkably contribute and come together committedly to sustain the visions that belong to the goodwill, harmony, progress and welfare of the Universe conscientiously.
The following is another Sanskrit shloka:-
kāmamaya evāyaṃ puruṣa iti
sa yathākāmo bhavati tatkratur bhavati
yatkratur bhavati tat karma kurute
yat karma kurute tad abhisaṃpadyate
– Brihadaranyakopanishat 4.4.5
You are what your deep, driving desire is
As your desire is, so is your will
As your will is, so is your deed
As your deed is, so is your destiny
All across our lives, we keep searching everywhere to find what is already there so very much within us. Therefore, when we fulfill our respective obligations, then the Universe will likewise play its noble path and make us realize the creative magnificence of our divine oneness.
And this Sanskrit shloka which reflects on the true morality of our lives
santhosh parmo labh
satsang parmo gathi
vichaar parman gnaan
shamohi parman sukham
Contentment is the highest gain
Good Company the highest course
Enquiry the highest wisdom
and Peace the highest enjoyment
And of course the following Sanskrit shloka which particularly refers to the work is worship essence of our lives.
Udyamena hi sidhyanti karyani na manorathaih
Work will get done by acting on it,not by inspiration and dreaming alone.
The above was a very brief overview of innumerable Sanskrit shlokas (verses) that had been compiled several thousands of years ago whose essence and meaningfulness applies even in our everyday lives of now and will continue to do so importantly.
The captioned title seeks to refer to the seed, the pure intent and the essence of our lives; that when we diligently strive to instill discipline and devotion within each and every moment of our lives, the results that we achieve and yield will be commensurate with our good willed efforts and initiatives.
It means that everything, be it a thought; be it a feeling; be it a emotion; whatever it is cannot be just casually or usually regarded and archived onto another set of reservoir of enormous thoughts, feelings and emotions. Rather, it is seeking to be alert, diligent and vigilant; to tenaciously observe and safeguard and empower/strengthen our day to day of living conscientiously; of living with a purpose, for we all have been created to create greater value of the values that have been taught to us.
Its not just about talk, inspiration, motivation and encouragement alone; this is not just trying to focus on the remarkable wisdom encapsulated within the Sanskrit shlokas(verses) alone; take any sacred scripture, all of them exemplify the amazing gracious wisdom of our priceless values and what we value, values us as well.
The true value of our lives will keep unfolding right across our lives, within each and every priceless moment and it depends upon each and every one of us to awaken to the divine essence of our being and live life fulfillingly by accomplishing each and every moment of our lives as if it has only been especially created and designed for us; however here is the catch, when we say designed for us, we need to be consciously aware that designing refers to creating life as we want it, as we aspire for it, as we cherish it, as we desire it and as we yearn for it; but all being done with utmost faith, goodwill and trust in the divine essence of our true nature and true self while ensuring that we are truly living with+in our divine foresight; our divine vision; our divine will and our divine wisdom conscientiously, God bless.
Sanskrit Shlokas/Verses Attribution: Various Contributors at Quora.com
©2015 Vashi Chandi