HOMELY SATSANG Jan 11, 2014 7:59:31 GMT 5.5
Post by Amritha Varshini on Jan 11, 2014 7:59:31 GMT 5.5
HOMELY SATSANG - Feedback on Amritha Varshini 21st Issue by Sri V.S. Krishnan
We are all aspiring devotees. Yet, each one of us is at different levels of perception and understanding. Some people may be aspiring to reach God. Some others may have travelled some distance and some would have almost reached God.
What is the one way by which devotees of all such categories can pass through, attain the highest spiritual end of experiencing the God as the Self within? There are many ways available to us by means of Nama Sangeerthan, Satsang , Vedic scriptures etc. But these days, since we are required to carry out many obligations, we are all hard pressed for time and rarely get an opportunity to access any of these effective means.
Sri Anand Vasudevan has realised that the only equipment that has become part and parcel of us, both at home and office is the computer. He has therefore realised that the only way by which we can be led to a Satsang is through this very computer. He has therefore introduced this novel format of AMRITHAVARSHINI NEWSLETTER which gives us the utility of Satsang, the Vedic messages and the value of Nama Sangeertan etc; all in one single format. Now we do not have to walk the extra mile to the temple or take time off to attend a Satsang. All that we have to do is to open up our computer and go to the down-loaded messages. Never Sadhana has become so easy.
I have read the 21st issue of Amrithavarshini and it is simply marvelous. It is like a Departmental Store where spiritual aspirant in every stage of evolution can draw immense inspiration from. It is the source from where every devotee, from beginner to the matured, can attain knowledge and experience a sense of bliss and divinity. It is a Satsang in which we can participate from our own home. It is a Homely Satsang. I do not want to comment upon any article because every article is a gem on its own right. I congratulate Vasudevan Anand for bringing out such a brilliant newsletter and I recommend all the readers to keep studying all the issues from time to time and imbibe the nectar flowing out of it.
Come, let us immerse ourselves in the Shower of Nectar!
V.S. Krishnan (firstname.lastname@example.org)