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  • Writer's picturePremanandhan Narayanan

Sun of Knowledge: Embracing Divine Advice and the Law of Karma

Welcome to a spiritual journey guided by the wisdom of Paramathma, referred to as the Sun of knowledge. Those who choose to embrace the teachings of Paramathma and faithfully follow his Shrimath (Divine advice) find themselves enveloped in a protective embrace.





Paramathma's divine guidance offers a path towards spiritual growth and enlightenment. By adhering to Shrimath, individuals align their actions, thoughts, and intentions with divine wisdom, allowing Paramathma's protection to shield them from harm. It is a profound testament to the belief that surrendering to higher wisdom offers solace and safety on life's journey.


However, the concepts of Manmath (free will) and Paramath (others' direction) introduce a dimension of personal responsibility. Those who choose to follow Manmath exercise their free will, making decisions based on their own desires and impulses. Similarly, following Paramath involves adhering to the guidance of others. In both cases, individuals bear responsibility for the consequences of their actions, as God cannot guarantee the outcome of choices made outside of Shrimath.


The law of Karma, a fundamental principle in Raja Yoga meditation, asserts that individuals reap what they sow. It is a universal cosmic law that states that our actions, intentions, and thoughts determine the nature of our experiences. By creating, speaking, and acting in alignment with goodness and righteousness, individuals attract positive outcomes into their lives. Conversely, those who deviate from these principles and act against them may face consequences or punishment in the intricate drama called life.


The title "Embracing Divine Wisdom: Shrimath, Karma, and Personal Responsibility" encapsulates the essence of this spiritual exploration. It emphasizes the importance of seeking guidance from Paramathma, following the path of Shrimath, and understanding the role of personal responsibility within the framework of Manmath and Paramath.



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