Q: Can you talk about the complexes that are rooted in the mind of some children, may be because some historical events or past life?
Sri Sri: When you think good of yourself, you think ill of others, and when you think others’ are good, you think you are not ok. Such complexes are there in many children today. So the attitude that neither I am bad nor anybody else is bad gives such a sense of acceptance of everybody and your own self. Sadhana enables one deprogram all past programming.
Q: Why is Krishna known as poorna avatar?
Sri Sri: There are many aspects of Krishna which are complete. I have spoken about it in Krishna - absolute joy.
Q: Why have miracles stopped happening in my life?
Sri Sri: It is taking a little nap for you to exp the contrast.
Q: How to deal with craving for attention?
Q: How to arrive at what my dharma is?
Sri Sri: Gut feeling, if it feels right, this is what I should do.
Q: Is it ok to forego discipline to experience immense love?
Sri Sri: They go together. Discipline has to be followed. I have spoken about this in Narad Bhakti Sutra.
Q: How do I gain more and more knowledge in the world?
Sri Sri: Every instant we are getting something to learn from the whole world. All that is needed is awareness!
Each individual is a beautiful Scripture designed by God. Study your own mind and then observe the minds of people around. What do we do? We don’t observe our own mind but we keep on wasting efforts in judging others’ mind. First, understand your own mind and then you will be able to understand what’s happening in the big mind, in the minds of all.
You know, whomsoever I meet in the world, I feel that belongingness. I never feel I am meeting someone for the first time. So many times we have come to this World. I know a little bit, but you have forgotten. Keep smiling this time.
Q: Can the soul come to the same world or can we born in other worlds too?
Sri Sri: All possibilities are open.
Q: How can one transform moha into love?
Sri Sri: Moha means I want something back. Love is only how I can be useful.
Q: Today is Porsha poornima. Are there any stories aboout Porsha poornima?
Sri Sri: This porsha poornima is the first poornima of the harvest in South India, so people exchange all that they have harvested, they give - exchange. It is also called the full moon of the forest. In the north when there is snow, the leaves are gone. So the full moon is visible. Honoring the forest, nature, vegetables….