Saturday, April 6, 2013


Swami Vishwananda Premavatar
TRUST: Let the light flow through you. Become the Self and realize it. Know that you are the Self, and that the Self is acting for you. And when the Self is acting for you, for sure everything will be perfect. There is no doubt of this with the power of trust you have in the mind. When you have this power of trust, this willpower, then you can create in the mind what you really want!


Trust is a sacred thing.
It runs, unlike a river, up not down.
The River of Trust rushes in glorious light
Sent from the heart to the mind of man.
Flames in a fire rise from bottom to top,
While trust runs from the heart in the body center
Upward to the mind in the brain of humankind.

Trust in God and Guru is an immediate and ultimate
Endeavor of man to lock in embraced Grace in the heart of man,
For trust leads to faith and Divine Love, so true.
We have heard and read, many times:
“Trust in God and trust in Guru.” And yet,
The secret to trusting in God and Guru is to . . .
“Put this trust into actual practice in your life.”

The Guru might say to a disciple: Go out into the land and
While the people propagate as The Lord told them to do:
"Be fruitful and multiply,”
You spread to the people the message of Divine Love.
Your mind may think: But…I am not a teacher,
And I fear public speaking!

"What to do?"  . . . The people in India say.
To follow not the “yellow brick road,” but rather your
Chosen spiritual path . . .
 To obey the Guru is a universal teaching.

The wise disciple will trust that the Guru knows best

And remember this quote by the wise William Shakespeare:
"Cowards die many times before their deaths.
The valiant never taste of death but once."
But we hear the Guru teach us the actual truth,
“In reality, there is no death.”
Those who experience the second greatest fear of all,
The fear of public speaking, know all about this.

Trust is a sacred thing, an elusive thing.
Even as trusting the queen bee and

The worker bee lack of competition.
Trust just is . . .
Like Shakespeare said:
"A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.

Swamini VishwaLakshmiAnandama

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