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Cliches maybe, but if you want, you can taste this endless flow of nectar coming directly from the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Sri Krsna. Though it is not possible to understand if one is a mere mundaner, this subject matter has been collected up, like specks of dust which float upon the sun's rays, and which have come to illuminate and reveal at least a fraction of the nectar which is available to those who have surrendered their lives to the Lord, actually though I compilled this work it is not my doing.
That which follows is an outline of how this flow of nectar comes down into this world — through the system of guru parampara. How much, or to what extent is the legacy of our hero Sripad Madhvacarya Bhagavatapada will be revealed subsequently when we look through the philosophy that he propounded.
As will be mentioned in full later, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, the Supreme Personality of Godhead said to Madhva on their meeting that He would accept Madhvacarya's pure Vaisnava philosophy, and on further examination, one will not disagree that Madhva's philosophy is echoed throughout the Gaudiya line.
Bhaktivedanta Swami and many in between. All these dynamic preachers of Krsna consciousness were heavily influenced by the lucid teachings of Sripad Madhvacarya. The Supreme Personality of Godhead Himself, Sri Krsna Caitanya Mahaprabhu, Who appears in a multitude of pastimes to fulfil the ardent prayers of the faithful devotees, has personally picked one of His foremost surrendered and faithful devotees Vayudeva, otherwise known as Mukhyaprana to take up His mission. For this reason alone every Vaisnava is eternally grateful to such a pure and surrendered soul as Mukhyaprana Madhwacarya by his willingness to accept the Lord's mission, and by the will of the Lord, everything has been put in its rightful perspective, kicking out the philosophies of avidya ig - norance.
There are specific reasons why I have compiled the introductory chapter of this book in the way I have, and that is so that when it comes time to look into the actual life of Madhvacarya, given the background and nature of such a great personality, the Acarya will not be seen as an ordinary man or as just some legendary, or mythological personality; instead he will be seen as the pure empowered representative of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, entrusted with the Lord's mission to preach and save the world from the poisonous philosophies of the age of Kali.
My other reason for compiling these chapters in this way was for my own realization and purification, and to somehow or another gain the mercy of sad-guru.
These devotees, specifically, or rather in particular, Madhva, had their own unique vein of seeing the Lord and had an indepth understanding of the relationships between the Lord's separated individual energies in the form of the tiny jiva souls and the Lord, His mighty creation, and how we come to be here in this world.
There are some subtle points which to understand our relationship with God properly need to be heard. Points which put us really in our proper places, being totally dependant on the Lord at every moment. Not that it comes to a point when we can give up God or become Him, no ,not like that at all. Though some would like to think like that. So let us start this presentation by looking at some of the topics that Madhvacarya preached on for the benefit of all souls, for time immemorial.
As we have already touched upon, the Lord instucted him to come and empowered him to perform the task. You will have to read on, but let it be known even at this early stage, it was for our ultimate benefit, not for his. What do I mean by that?
Well in short, many of us have suffered in this material existence for quite some time; the details as to exactly why are too complex to work out for each and every individual. But the root cause is undoubtedly our envy towards the Supreme Enjoyer, Krsna, that is for the majority of souls anyway.
One thing that one has to understand is that the great Vaisnavacaryas, of which Madhwa is one, did not undergo that same path of suffering to come here. Even it may seem in some cases that the Vaisnavas or some of the acaryas at least from a material or external vision suffered, but still their suffering and the suffering of the fallen conditioned soul are different. That is quite a statement, isn't it? Sometimes an example is given that a mother scorpion may lay her eggs in a bag of rice.
The average man in the street only sees the bag of rice as being the source of birth for the scorpions, but one who has more full vision can see that something more has happened.
Alright, let us qualify or clarify this from the words of the acaryas themselves. According to sastra, in particular Bhagavad Gita However the tiny living entities are known as marginal. What does marginal mean? Simply, that though spiritual by nature, one can be influenced by either the spiritual nature or the material nature depending on our desires and karma. Least that be for the ordinary jiva souls like me.
Acarya Madhwa says that there are different kinds of souls and they have different ways of coming to this world. Madhwacarya makes some interesting points, stating that everything is not just simply a matter of karmic reaction for all souls at all times, with nothing beyond this world that we know.
Some say that this is our home, or in other words, that we are just here to enjoy, others say that we are working off the results of some previous activities that we have performed here. That there is nothing beyond this material world, and our only business is to improve our position in this life to enjoy better in the next, no questions asked! Madhwacarya however says a definate No, we have come from a different place, a spiritual place. He quite positively states that most of the living entities are here of our own accord, our own sceaming, trying to be the lord of all that we servey, trying to direct the attention to ourselves as the central figure like so many little imitation gods.
Thinking in that way we have tried to lord it over others, due to our misuse of that minute independence which gives us the choice how to act - that has brought us here, not that we are here and are simply being punished for no reason.
Or for that matter, not that we are simply here to enjoy. Thats all after the fact. Nor should it be thought that it is that the body, which is likened unto a machine, which is just acting as though on automatic or out of some animal instinct, or reflex action.
No, it is our choice, our desire, and as a result of those desires, activities take place, then resultant karma comes into action. This is at least true for us conditioned souls! But as well as the conditioned souls there are also the Lord's directly empowered energies,devotees, who act as His representitives.
Madhva also makes a rather controversial or sensitive point. The Supreme Personality of Godhead, Krsna, is not partial to anyone, just as the sun is not partial to any, but shines on everyone. So in the same way Krsna and His pure representitives are not actually partial to anyone.
Still we see, just as in the case of comparing the Lord to the sunshine, if one is humble enough to admit dependency on the Lord, or to willingly receive the warming rays of the sun and all the benefits that go along with that, then one will be fulfilled by those warming rays. We have to simply be honest and give credit where it is due. It is a fact that due to our total dependency on the Lord we are not actually in one sense free to act at all independantly from the Lord as everything is coming from Him including everything material that binds us so tightly.
What Madhwacarya says, looking from a slightly different angle, is that one will only act according to one's nature which is intrinsic to the soul, if the cap fits wear it, so to speak. According to Acarya Madhwa, if different activities are naturally attributed to different personalities according to their natures, then where really is the question of free will to act? Then another question arises, because sometimes some persons are seen to act in a way they really didn't want to act in, which may appear to be against one's nature, or even in a way that may have unpalatable social or moral results, out of habit, we could say.
When one is in that situation, acting as though forced to act, we can understand, as stated in the Bhagavad Gita, that this is due to associating with particular mode of material nature, either goodness, passion or ignorance, thus one is recognised as a conditioned soul, conditioned by the modes of material nature.
What then are we seeing, if it's not the soul or the jiva that one is actually seeing, what is it? What one is really seeing is only the external coverings the past actions of the soul at work, so that is not really what we are discussing here. Those externals will be "put in their place" a little later. What we are talking of in this section is the soul, the living entity which Madhva states are of three kinds. There are the nityasuris or nityamuktas, eternally liberated souls who are not influenced by those modes of material nature, they are part of the sakti tattva, the unlimited spiritual potency of the Lord, not ordinary jivas at all.
Then we have the nityasamsarins, conditioned souls, who are devotees, but who are practically residing within the repetition of birth and death samsara in this material world perpetually, from time immemorial being totally affected at every moment by the powerful modes of material nature, and who can, only by the mercy of guru, sadhus saintly association and Krsna escape that cycle, they are the limited potency of the Lord known as the marginal jivas.
The third group are the demoniac who will practically never ever surrender to the Lord. Due to their ignorance they have been given the title "tamo samsarins" or ones who are perpetually caught up in the mode of ignorance tama. Krsna, who is God Himself, is advaya-jnana-tattva, the ultimate embodiment or personification of divine wisdom. In His unique position of swarupa sakti He enjoys His own unlimited pastimes in both Golokavrndavan, the Vaikunthas and the material universe, expanding Himself into various incarnations for various pastimes such as Rama, Nrsimha, Vamana, etc.
Those separated parts in question are of two kinds, one who is ever free what Madhva calls nitya suris and the other is ever bound in samsara or repetition of birth and death, in worldly sensual enjoyment. These unfortunate souls, caught up in the pursuit for mundane pleasure, forget Krsna for some time, while the ever free souls who are known as Krsna parisada Krsna's associates never forget Him for even a moment.
Those who, by their nature and desires, have chosen to forget Krsna find themselves liable to be subjected to Krsna's external energy Maya, who puts them through three kinds of sufferings —" In Srila A.
Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada's purport to the Srimad Bhagavatam 7. Even it may be seen that these devotees are cursed or blessed they are always liberated and never contaminated by the material modes of nature. Before their elevation or liberation to the Vaikuntha planets they may indeed have possessed material bodies, but once they 'again' come to the Vaikuntha abode of Lord Visnu they only reside in their spiritual bodies.
Therefore it can be safely stated that even if the associates of the Lord do come to this world, even if cursed they are always liberated. The only reason for bondage and suffering is the jiva's own tendency to try to act in an inimical or rebelious way towards the Lord or His pure representative. It would appear then that this is the pivoting block. Who is bound by the stringent laws of material nature and who is not subjected to them, who is only here performing his particular service, or function?
More often we see that it is the living entities attempt to enjoy equally, or as much or could we say in place of the Lord that is the real problem.
We have seen also that great Vaisnava acaryas have come into our midst but we just did not really see them, or appreciate who they were or are.
How unfortunate we are! Now, let us not remain so. Krsna consciousness is the process that makes even unfortunate bewildered souls fortunate, the process that makes blind men see, lame men walk, and fools recite beautiful poetry or write books. This introductory chapter is in itself not the goal of this book, however it is my opinion that without it, the real purport of the book will be missed.
How can we, the unfortunate, become fortunate? One who is already fortunate, like the great Vaisnava acaryas, the nitya siddhas eternally liberated devotees as we have already pointed out, spontaneously respond to the invocations of the Lord.
They themselves can actually present Krsna to anyone who is willing to receive Him, for Krsna is theirs to give. Krsna has been bound up by their ropes of love; for His pure devotee, He will do anything. We can at this time, safely say without fear of contradiction, that the mayavadi impersonalists' idea of becoming one with the Lord is made to look even more ridiculous when one sees that for the pure devotee of the Lord, the Lord will even take the role of servant, or as subservient to the devotee, as in the cases of defending Arjuna, acting as his charioteer.
Therefore as Krsna is the property of His pure devotee, the Supreme Lord can only be received from that source. As one can quite correctly imagine, to properly receive that divine Lord given by the Lord's representative requires training to appreciate what one is being given. The correct mentality has to be there.
What is that mentality? That everything is simply meant for the Lord's pleasure. This is the purpose of this first chapter: yavat papais tu malinam hrdayam tavad eva hi na sastre satya buddhih syat sad buddhih sad gurau tatha aneka janma janita punya rasi phalam mahat sat sanga sastra sravanad eva prema adi jayate Brahmavaivarta Purana 2 When one receives the greatest gift from the all-compassionate well-wisher, full appreciation of what one has may not initially be there if one is not so trained, and that lack of appreciation is actually offensive.
However as long as there is a respectful mood everything else will develop in due course of time. We personally have experience of this. When a guest comes to your house, if proper respect is shown, then even though the guest may only be a friend of a friend, a friendly relationship will develop, but if one ignores the guest or offends him, then it is just a matter of time before the guest gives up that place and company.
As we have said, for those pure devotees who are directly associating with the Lord and His associates, due to their intensity of love sometimes they accept positions that may appear to be even superior to the Lord, but it is always in a loving mood, with Krsna in the centre.
The Gopis on the request of Krsna placed their feet on His head. It is never, as in the material world, where someone assumes a superior position to lord it over and thus become a despotic tyrant. This will be elaborated on shortly. Let us be honest.
After all, even if poor, reality is a wealth in itself.
An example may be given at this time in the case of accepting what is real, to accepting diamonds. Even if one personally doesn't require them, still he should know what is a real gem and what a peverted reflection, or cheap imitation, of the real thing is. It is not that, as the mayavadis say, due to their own ignorance that no reality exists and that all that we are seeing is all an illusion maya.
Actually their reason for saying this is their deep rooted envy towards the creator, enjoyer and proprietor of all that exists. Out of their envy for God, the supreme enjoyer and His Supreme abode of permanent truth, and their frustration for the searching for the same permanance in the temporary material world, they declare everything to be illusion just because they don't know where it is available or for that matter, what it is - much like a person who sees grapes on the vine which are out of his reach and so rejects the grapes angrily as being sour anyway.
Therefore they are known as envious, for they deny against all odds that reality exists. Let us not however confuse the envious mayavadis with the impersonalists known as Brahmavadis, or Brahmanandis. They are not envious, in fact they have what is termed as a passive appreciation, or neutral awe and respect, for the absolute truth reality. When they are awakened to an active aspect of the absolute truth, by personal contact, then they want to, in some way, render some loving service.
Therefore they are not at all envious. In that way if someone has a particular commodity and may wish to introduce that to another person, that second person has to be ready and willing, or at least appreciative of some aspect of that commodity, otherwise he misses out.
Let us now look over another aspect of the many faceted nature of the spiritual realm. In spiritual dealings such as what we are saying here.
Certainly the recipriant or aspirant has to be free from envy, and really that is the only qualification. If one is free from envy then one can hear the topics of the Lord that will change one's life. Everything else is working under the Lord's sanction, and if one is sincere then some opportunity will be sent by the Lord.
We have seen personally, and directly experienced, fallen souls like myself become inundated with mercy to such a point that even though they had no desire to take up Krsna Consciousness, still we took it up by the mercy of the benevolent ever well-wisher. A similar situation happened to the advanced Brahman realised souls, the four Kumaras, their brahmavadi mood changed as the service of the Lord benefits everyone.
In their case some pure devotees had offered sacred Tulasi leaves and buds manjaris to the lotus feet of the Lord, and by the appreciation of smelling the transcendentally attractive aroma that was eminating from that place, the four Kumaras became attracted to performing some active service to Lord Visnu's lotus feet. Karunika or merciful, being the foremost quality among the many facets of gem-like good qualities of the Vaisnavas, they are always desiring to give the Lord to others.
These all-merciful souls, the Lord's intimate devotees, who are firmly situated on the shore of the ocean, will save any person who is willing at least to take hold of their transcendental life line by means of performing some kind of devotional service to the Lord. This life line in itself is really the main substance of this chapter.
The life line is otherwise known as the disciplic succession, or guru parampara. Accordingly it has to be made clear from the start, that there are two kinds of disciplic successions - one is by seminal discharge, given by the father at the time of conception, and this is what is known as the material conception of disciplic succession, based on the body. Now there is another which is to be considered more important and that is the disciplic succession which comes through the spiritual father, the spiritual master.
This is real disciplic succession or parampara. This disciplic succession is passed downwards by submissive aural reception to the sabda brahman trancendental subject matters , and by the willingness to act upon those instructions.
In brief Sripada Madhwacarya has a whole philosophy on this its called swarupajnan, he divides that up into two, what he calls mediate Paroksajnan , and Aparoksajnan immediate understanding in which he says that Paroksajna initiates everything simply by sravanam, submissive aural reception, then by good association, and training we can try to do something, then when he is aware of who is doing what, and the relationship again developes Aparoksajnan is realized.
Immediate, is sometimes explained as the very next, with nothing, or no impediments in between. This all comes in due course, for now, lost and bewildered, stuck in this dark well! Just to fall into a well and have no appreciation of the necessity of the life saving rope, which is the only way out, is truly unfortunate. Many of us have had that misfortune of falling into a blind well with no hope of getting out, for all intents and purposes, dead, lost and forgotten, but this is not the natural condition of the soul.
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