Pranam’s path — mana marg – is cajoling you, urging you to awaken and follow your consciousness and be aware of the happenings around you. Don’t just be concerned about your own self, your own home and life. Know yourself – your body, mind and soul. Extend your awareness to your surroundings, society, country and the world. Life is not just about your ‘makaan and dukaan’ — home and business, marrying, having children, their marriages, falling ill, getting treatment in hospitals, staying in ashrams. Life is more than that. You are part of humanity, you are part of whole humanity. But what are you doing for humanity. We have become so selfcentred in our world view. This is why diseases have multiplied, evils in society have increased. We humans do not respect our body mind and soul and nor do we have any respect others.
Once you awaken your consciousness, all your problems will be solved. You will know in your heart the solution to your problems. Once your consciousness is awakened, you will respect other human beings, you will not indulge in malpractices in your profession, you will always have feeling of oneness and togetherness.
We face relationship problems with other human beings because we have made compartments in our mind that if we have a certain problem, it should have a certain kind of solution, and then we try to implement it forcefully, manipulate and insist.
Pranam is call of time. It is preparing you to be able to listen to your consciousness. Be aware of everything – what is happening around you, raise your awareness about what is happening in politics, in religion, in education, in society, in nature. And then whatever is in your hands, do karm accordingly.
Listen to what your consciousness says, be aware, and chose your karm accordingly. This chosen karm will be your joy. You will get mental peace only in this karm. Sitting quietly in samadhi will not give you everlasting peace. It will simply energise you to get back to the rat race, the rut you came out of.
Pranam lays emphasis on putting the right ‘bhav beej’, sowing the seed of right thought, the seed of goodness, for the forthcoming generations reap its benefit.