Given further are the virtues of Jagadguru Yogarushi (Dr.) Swami Satyaprakash during his stay in the Ramnathi ashram along with his disciple Dr. Preeti Mishra and his spiritual emotion for Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale.
1. Humility and behaviour as per wish of the other
Swamiji said he had come to the ashram to learn. Despite being a scholar he always behaves with humility and always as per wish of the other. Instead of telling his thoughts he follows instructions from another.
2. Unconditional love
When he learnt that a lady seeker who was serving food was ill he lovingly inquired about her health and also regarding the medicines she was taking.
3. Intense yearning to impart knowledge to seekers
A. At the Ramnathi ashram Swamiji provided guidance on yoga, music etc. Instead of deciding the topic of guidance himself he asks concerned seekers. He told us to tell him the topic on which we wanted guidance. He added that he would not tell whatever we did not need even if that knowledge is excellent.
B. Before guiding on a topic such as yoga, music etc. Swamiji studies the subject. He is constantly writing.
C. Swamiji guided seekers on the following topics.
1. Spiritual energy, seven centers of spiritual energy, their root mantra and the seven notes from music.
2. Different ragas and tunes from music analysis.
3. Yoga, Spirituality and music.
4. Vedas and music.
4. Learning about the Personality Defect
Removal and Ego Removal Processes with deep interest.
In the ashrams seekers write down mistakes committed by them on the blackboard. Reading this Swamiji learnt about the Personality Defect Removal and Ego Removal Processes from seekers.
5. Presenting music charged with spiritual emotion
He composes songs spontaneously and sings them in different ragas. He presented some of these songs before seekers. Explaining the spiritual meaning on some stories from the Purans he sang songs on them.
6. Spiritual emotion
Swamiji said, ‘This ashram is an ocean of the nectar (Divine Consciousness) of Gurudev. I too am feeling fulfilled by visiting it. (He had still not met Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale at that time.)
– Miss Tejal Patrikar, Music Co-ordinator, Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay, Goa (19.8.2019)
Greatness of Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale
perceived by Jagadguru Yogarushi (Dr.) Swami Satyaprakash
1. Despite not seeing Him reading about His virtues Swamiji composed a song on Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale and sang it in the Malkansa raga.
2. Swamiji wrote poetry on the mission of Maharshi Adhyatama Vishwavidyalay to realise God through the medium of 14 vidyas and 64 arts and sang it with spiritual emotion. He meant to say let me perform this mission by surrendering unto the Holy feet of Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale.
Virtues of Jagadguru Yogarushi (Dr.) Swami
Satyaprakash perceived by Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale
On August 16, 2019 Founder of the organisation VISHWA, Jagadguru Yogarushi (Dr.) Swami Satyaprakash happened to visit the Ramnathi ashram. Elucidated further are his virtues perceived by Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale
‘Virtues of (Dr.) Swami Satyaprakash
A. 100% behaviour as per wish of another and living in the present.
B. Intense yearning to impart new knowledge gained, to others.
C. Everyday in the ashram he taught different subjects for 14 to 15 hours. In fact he extended his stay in Ramnathi ashram by a day cancelling a programme in Delhi where he was to address an audience of more than 10000, simply to teach seekers.
D. He has researched a number of subjects in Spirituality such as diagnosing an illness.
E. (Dr.) Swami has the ability to compose poetry and sing it spontaneously. When in the ashram he composed poetry on Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale and Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay and sang them too.
F. In most ashrams we do not see spiritual progress of disciples but in the ashram of H.H. Swami the disciples have made progress out of which an excellent example is Dr. Preeti Mishra.
G. Due to these virtues I feel as if Swami and I, am one.’
Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale
Spiritual emotion of Dr.Preeti Mishra for
Jagadguru (Dr.) Swami Satyaprakash and the ashram
1. Yearning to deliver the knowledge which Swamiji possesses to society
Dr. Preeti Mishra has immense respect for Jagadguru Yogarushi (Dr.) Swami Satyaprakash and his knowledge. In fact he has intense yearning that spiritual aspirants receive the knowledge that he possesses. He became aware of the ability and desire of seekers in the ashram for learning and it is because of this very yearning that Swamiji guided them on a variety of topics and for that he even cancelled a huge, planned programme at Delhi and continued his stay in the ashram.
2. The learning attitude
A. When learning the processes of Personality Defect and Ego Removal Dr. Preetiji requested two lady seekers to describe how to identify a personality defect with examples.
B. She inquired about how to start teaching the Personality Defect and Ego Removal processes in their ashrams.
3. Spiritual emotion
When Dr. Preeti was asked whether she liked the ashram she replied that it was indeed beautiful, that seekers here live in harmony and that such an ideal ashram would not be found anywhere. She also said that she was very fortunate to be able to visit it.
– Miss Tejal Patrikar, Music Co-ordinator, Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay, Goa
Attitude of Jagadguru Yogarushi (Dr.) Swami
Satyaprakash of always thinking of others and his egolessness !
Given further are some virtues that I observed in founder of VISHWA from Canada Jagadguru Yogarushi (Dr.) Swami Satyaprakashji and analysis of some points told by him.
1. Some virtues of Jagadguru Yogarushi (Dr.) Swami Satyaprakashji noticed by me
1 A. Eating mahaprasad at the time nominated by the ashram and not as per his own convenience to prevent inconvenience to seekers
When asked he would like to eat mahaprasad or prasad he said he would follow the timings of the ashram. Swamiji wakes up at Brahmamuhurt (3.30 a.m.) hence usually he eats prasad and mahaprasad earlier than others and does not eat after sunset.
1 B. He said Bhavanaji (SSRF Saint H.H. (Mrs.) Bhavana Shinde) has asked me to visit the ashram. Now I will behave as per your norms, all I know is you have to command and I have to obey.
1 C. Not preserving his own identity
One day after eating prasad when asked whether he needed a finger bowl to wash hands he replied if this is done then it will mean that the lady seeker serving is distinct from me.
2. Points on the teachings as told by Jagadguru Yogarushi (Dr.) Swami Satyaprakashji
2 A. If an individual thinks only of himself then he is committing sin and if he thinks of the other then he remains healthy
He said that wherever there is ‘I’ ness there is illness or inconvenience and wherever there is we there is wellness, that is health. When man is self-centered he commits sin. On the contrary when he thinks of the other, he becomes a giver, like the Sun.
2 B. Importance of viewing as an observer
If you look down upon someone then you devaluate yourself. When you consider that individual as yourself your value increases. If you consider every individual as a part of God then you can view him with equanimity.