Thursday 16 April 2015

science of Chatu-Sutri {चतु:सुत्री}

|| योग: कर्मसु कौशलम् ||

It is around the noble thought of a benevolent goal to be achieved that people of the same thought are collected. Collectively, they think out the means for the achievement of the goal, and sooner or later in proportion to the dedicated human power gathered round the centre of the thought, success is achieved.

Eknathji unfold the science of Lokasamparka, "We give out the thought to others when it inspires us and makes us restless for its execution. Those others if they are open and responsive, are inspired immediately. If not, at least after a period of close contacts and discussions, they are converted to our thought and they are prepared to carry out the programme indicated, to put the thought in concrete form. Thus, they become the followers of a mission."

Eknathji further elaborate, "As you go on spreading thought in people around you, you find that there are a number of people who are ready to support you. If you come still closer in contact with them, you find that they are fascinated by the thought and are prepared to employ whatever energies they possess for the fulfillment of the idea given to them. People simply rush to you, asking for some active work and intense participation; one has to assign work to everybody according to his capacity and aptitude having regard to the need of the hour. Everybody must feel that he is also contributing his mite to the great cause and that nobody is a useless person. This organization of the people is the skill of Lokasamgraha (The collection of the people). No person is unwanted in the huge task.
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Freed from attachment, non-egoistic, endowed with courage and enthusiasm and unperturbed by success or failure, the worker is known as a pure (Sattvika) one. Four outstanding and essential qualities of a worker. - Bhagwad Gita : XVIII-26

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