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Self control to independence

self control- swami paramananda

Self-control, at least will make us more independent. Never mind weather we realize God or not in this life, but there is no reason why we should live like slaves or live in the world and create more and more bondage around us by blindly following selfish desires

~ Swami Paramananda

Lesson in spoken Sanskrit

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Mamh naam Ramkrishna. Bhavatyaa naam kim?

My name is Ramkrishna. What is your name?

Adyaa Ravivasaraah.

Today is Sunday.

Somvaasaraah (Monday), Mangalvaasarah (Tuesday), Budhvaasarah(Wednesday), Guruvaasarah (Thursday), Shukravaasarah (Friday), Shanivaasarah (Saturday).

Aham adyaa praatah kaale aham shat-vaadane uttishtava.

Today I woke up at 6.00 am.

Uttaayitvaa mukham prakshaalitavaa.

After waking I cleaned my mouth.

Anantaram chai peetva. Peetva kaaryaalaya gatva.

Then I drank tea. After drinking I went to office.

Gatva kim krutva?

What did I do there?

Gatva karyam krutva.

I went and worked.

Ashtvaadane karyaleyam gatva.

I went to office at 8 ‘O clock.

Nav vaadane kim krutvaam?

What did you do at 9 ‘O clock?

Future tense

Aham swah praatah shat-vaadane mukh prakshaalyitvaam. Anataraam kaaryalam gamishyaam.

Tomorrow I will wake up at 6 ‘O clock. Then I will go to office.

Past tense

Shanivaasare shat-vaadane uttitava.

On Saturday, I woke up at 6 ‘O clock.


Baalakah gachhati. Baalakah gamishyati. Baalakah gatva.

A boy goes. A boy will go. A boy went.

Baalakah gachhati. vartmaan kaal asti.

A goes goes. This is in present tense.

Baalakah gamishyati. bhavishya kaal asti.

A boy will go. This is in future tense.

Baalakah gatva. Bhootkaal asti.

A boy went. This is in past tense.

Etad kim? Tat pustakah.

What is this? This is a book.

Prayer for meditation, May all be happy.

Cat's eye.

Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinaha
Sarve Santu Niramayah
Sarve Bhadrani Pashyantu
Mas Kaschid Dhuka Bhag Bhavet

Sanskrit to English Translation
Sarve-all; bhavantu-may be; sukhinah-happy; niramayah-free from disease;
badrani-prosprity; pashyantu- may enjoy; ma-not;kaschit- anybody;
dukkshbhag-one who suffers; bhavet-may be

May all be happy. May all enjoy health and freedom from disease. May all enjoy
prosperity. May none suffer.

How to attract what you want

Have a Nice Day - HBWYou are continually attracting towards you, from both the seen and the unseen sides of life-forces, thoughts, influences and conditions most akin to those of your own thoughts and lines.

In the realm of thought, people of similar thoughts are attracted to one another. This universal law is continually operating whether we are conscious of it or not.

Carry any kind of thought you please about with you and so long as you retain it, no matter how you roam over land or sea, you will unceasingly attract to yourself, knowingly or inadvertently, exactly and only what corresponds to your own dominant quality of thought.

Thoughts are your private property and so you can regulate them to suit your taste entirely by steadily recognizing your ability to do so.

You have entirely in your own hands to determine the order of influence you attract and are not mere willowy creatures of circumstances, unless indeed you choose to be.

~ Swami Sivananda

Negative thoughts poison life

Smiley BallThoughts of worry and thoughts of fear are fearful forces within us. They poison the very sources of life and destroy the harmony, the running efficiency, the vitality and vigour.

While the opposite thoughts of cheerfulness, joy and courage, heal soothe, instead of irritating, and immensely augment efficiency and multiply the mental powers. Be always cheerful. Smile. Laugh.

~ Swami Sivananda

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