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THE HEART OF HOLI
By reconnecting with our spiritual essence, we can attain unlimited happiness.
Holi is a much-awaited festival of spring and is not only confined to India but also popular in the west. It is a festival of colours, fun, happiness, love and devotion. In many ways, it is the battle of love. These colours represent love. To win over each other with love that’s what bhakti is all about. Holi also signifies the victory of good over evil.
This year we are in the middle of a pandemic; it may not be possible for most of us to celebrate Holi with the same vigour and vitality. Is everything lost? No! It is time for us to revisit what a festival is. The festivals we celebrate — Dusshera, Deepavali and Holi — are essentially associated with the divine pastimes of the Supreme Lord and His devotees.
The festival of Holi is associated with Prahlad, a great devotee. He was in the midst of the most gruesome situation we could imagine. But he was undisturbed and was always blissful; he revived his eternal relationship with the Supreme Lord through Bhakti Yoga. He was experiencing the unlimited love of Narsimhadeva.
This loving relationship can alone bestow everlasting satisfaction and joy as stated in the Bhagwad Gita, 6:22. The Lord being the Supreme controller protected Prahlad from being burnt in the fire when Holika, who had the boon to enter fire unscathed, took Prahlad on her lap and sat in the fire. Prahlad was saved by his devotion for the Lord, while Holika burnt. Thus, Holi is the time to remember this devotion of Prahlad and to revive it within us.
We are living in a world of uncertainties and limitations; today it is the pandemic, tomorrow it will be something else. We are constantly plagued by enemies of lust, anger, greed, pride, illusion and envy. The only solution is to revive our devotion by following Prahlad’s footsteps. This way we can celebrate Holi every moment in our hearts, irrespective of our external situations. This Holi of heart is the heart of Holi.
Each one of us wants to have a colourful life — a life full of newness, thrill and fun. Every day, we try new fashions, cuisine, gadgets, apps, and hobbies. In fact, the whole economy today is based on promising and providing something new to the customers. Why are we searching for so much variety? It points to a deeper reality of our existence. We are searching for happiness. How we try to paint our life, but it soon loses charm. It is evident in our constant hankering for something new or our constant frustration with what we have.
Is it a dead end? Is our search for everlasting and ever fresh happiness never going to succeed? Yes, it can succeed. The fact that we have a longing for everlasting and ever fresh happiness, implies that we have had an experience of such happiness in the past. Where was it? When was it? Why don’t we have it now?
The Gita states that because of our unnatural and incompatible desires to enjoy, we are cast into a world of duality and illusion (7:27). There is nothing wrong in desiring to be happy; it is just that we are trying to find happiness in the wrong place. The canvas and the colours are wrong.
It is through reconnecting with our spiritual essence, through the process of Bhakti Yoga, one can attain unlimited happiness in the spiritual realm that fixes one stably in the Truth (6:21). It is possible for every one of us to attain to this state of spiritual bliss. It is our natural position and can be easily achieved by chanting Holy Names and practising the wisdom of the Gita. If we paint our life with the brush of Bhakti Yoga, on the spiritual canvas, we will never lose charm in life.
~ Radhanath Swami
Greetings to All
for the festival of HOLY HOLI
HOLI means ‘Holy’, ‘Pure’. HOLI when celebrated with its spiritual significance, it makes the person HOLY. Another term ‘HOLI hai, HOLI hai’ means we have become one with God (Parmatma ke ho liye).
It marks the triumph of Good over Evil.
The ceremony of Holika Dahan is observed on the full moon night in the month of Phalgun.
Spiritually it means: when our actions are burnt in the fire of knowledge & devotion (GYAN-AGNI), they do not bear any fruit & give freedom from all the sorrows & the cycle of birth & death. People participating in the Holika Dahan are pledging to “burn away” their bad habits and desires accumulated over the year and renew their faith in the Lord.
It is a festival of colors. It is celebrated with great enthusiasm & revelry. People color each other lovingly & embrace each other saying, ‘We are one with God’ (Ho liye, Ho liye). The difference of cast and creed, high and low, old and young is forgotten. One comes in equanimity, oneness & sameness on this day. After coloring each other you cannot even recognize the face of the other person, hence all become ONE.
Practicing this mantra cleanses our energy field -
"I am a pure being. Everything I hear is clean. I do not allow anyone to talk to me about others' weaknesses or problems...I refuse to listen...I shift the talk to their qualities or change the topic. I am on an emotional diet.”
Mahadev SHIV Introduces Himself
Greetings to All
on the auspicious occasion of
5 minutes in the Morning
1 minute after Every Hour
10 secs before Every Meal
10 secs before Glass of Water
5 minutes before Sleeping
Create a Thought & Visualise -
“I am a Happy Soul. My Body is Healthy.
My Relationships are in Harmony.
My Work is Perfect. My Life is Beautiful."