(The influence of positive thinking according to Sri Krishna, Sri Rayaru)

Date : April 11, 2024


Dear Devotees : Namaskara.

| Sri MannMoolaRamastu Mannmathe Moolamahasamsthhaana Mantralaya Sri Rayaramathe||


The influence of positive thinking according to Sri Krishna, Sri Rayaru, and its connection to Quantum physics is described in Mantralaya (1085).


|| Yad Bhavam Tad Bhavati ||  . This means "As you think, so you become." This implies that your inner thoughts shape your outward reality. Your thoughts dictate your actions, and your actions shape your character. This principle underscores a fundamental psychological truth: everything you perceive and encounter is filtered through your internal perceptions and beliefs.

Developing a positive mindset is paramount. In his commentary on the Bhagavad Gita, Sri Raghavendra Teertharu advocates for cultivating a pure mind and focusing meditation on both God and the goals one seeks to achieve. A pure mind naturally steers one towards righteous paths, compelling contemplation on the rightful course of action.

How does one attain a pure mind? Sri Raghavendra Teertharu, in his commentary on the Bhagavad Gita, discusses by exercising control over our senses. Our senses are the originators of our thoughts; therefore, it is crucial to filter what we see with our eyes. The things we see often evoke desires within us. Similarly, what we hear, speak, and taste all contribute to the thoughts that arise in our minds."

The Yajurveda proclaims, || Yatha Pinde Tatha Brahmande, Yatha Brahmande Tatha Pinde ||, which translates to "As is the individual, so is the universe; as is the universe, so is the individual" or "As is the human body, so is the Cosmic Body; as is the cosmic body, so is the human body."

Whatever we sow in our subconscious mind and nurture through repetition and emotion will eventually manifest into reality.

If we connect Geeta, Vedas and Upanishad to physics, the Quantum model of Reality supported by Einstein aligns with the Law of Attraction. So, how can we manifest the life we desire solely through our thoughts?

Thoughts serve as the brain's language, while feelings serve as the body's language. Thoughts represent the electric charge, while feelings embody the magnetic charge. The combination of our thoughts and feelings shapes our "State-of-being," which is reflected in our electromagnetic signature. The quantum field reacts not to our desires, but rather to our "State-of-being."

To manifest the desired life, we must align our "State-of-being" that is Energy with the potential energy in the Quantum field. This entails thinking and feeling in coherent ways that correspond to the future reality we seek to achieve.

Krishna says this Quantum State-of-being can be achieved through practice and he says “Dear seeker Arjuna, redirect your mind's focus away from the world and anchor it on God. Engage in this practice consistently”

In the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna advises Arjuna that there are three paths leading to the soul's downfall: lust, anger, and greed, which should be renounced. Furthermore, for those consumed by self-doubt, happiness remains elusive both in this world and beyond.

One harsh reality of human existence is the constant presence of situations that breed doubts and skepticism within us. Bhagavad Gita highlights that perpetual self-doubt and uncertainty lead to a lack of happiness in both our current and future lives. Continuous skepticism breeds inner discontent and dissatisfaction. To attain contentment and peace, the advice is to cultivate self-belief and confidence. By placing trust in ourselves, we can uncover joy and fulfillment.

Krishna goes on to assert that belief is among the most potent forces in the world, akin to a profound sentiment. It possesses the power to heal the sick, uplift the sorrowful, and propel the unsuccessful towards progress. With unwavering belief, any feat can be accomplished in life. Every individual of great stature initially convinces their mind of their capacity to achieve something significant, thereby setting the stage for monumental accomplishments in their lives.

Lord Krishna advises Arjuna that only when one possesses the courage to take action can they truly achieve their goals. Belief instills this courage, enabling one to overcome their fears. Therefore, it's crucial to program oneself to believe in their capabilities and capacity to overcome challenges. As one's thoughts shape their reality, strong self-belief renders nothing impossible.

In the Mahabharata, the devoted Bhimasena Devaru exemplified mastery in maintaining a positive mindset and unwavering confidence in Vishnu's protection. He continuously filled his mind with the thought that Narayana would safeguard him at all times, adhering to the principles of bhagavata dharma.

In the upcoming episode, we will delve into how Bhima's positive thinking and steadfast adherence to bhagavata dharma shielded him from harm by the Narayana Astra.

Together, let us pray to Sri Krishna and Sri Rayaru for the gift of a positive mindset, wherein our thoughts are steadfastly centered on Bhagavata Dharma. May they grant us the ability to embody the profound wisdom encapsulated in the powerful slokas: "Yad bhavam tad bhavati" and "Yatha pinde tatha brahmande, yatha brahmande tatha pinde."

The devotion towards Sri Raghavendrateertharu is the ultimate truth and is the most simple and effective way to reach Sri Hari  - "NAMBI KETTAVARILLAVO EE GURUGALA"! “Those who have complete faith in this Guru will never be disappointed.”