My Radha Devotional
“A sage once said, how shall I to open my heart, old friend? It is forbidden for me to speak. I am about to die for lack of a kindred soul to understand my misery. Simply by looking into her eyes I find the Beloved of my Heart. But rare is such a soul, who swims in Ecstatic Bliss on the high tide of Heavenly Love.” – Rampriya Das
This song is a reflection of my devotion and love expressed to the Divine in the form of worshiping Her as my eternal lover. This form of expression I have found to be the most intimate and profound, which is also validated by many of the sages. Our relationship with the Divine can ultimately take infinite forms but some of the most common referred to by mystics is as a Teacher/Master, Father/Mother, Impersonal Source, Friend, and Lover. The relationship can always change according to what we feel we need to be best connected and comforted. The real power comes from developing the relationship at all. In my experience, the closer and more intimate my relationship grew with the Infinite the more blissful and enjoyable my life became.
I give thanks and praise to the Most High.
We are never alone, turn your gaze within and start knocking on the door.
“Oh Constant Companion help me realize that there is nothing to fear, because on that golden day I shall lift up my gaze and perceive the unseen, break all my television screens, realize what’s Inside. Open my eyes and see this Beauty cannot hide.” – Rampriya Das
This song to me is a reminder that the Divine is always with us, and so long as we exist the Divine is there. For us to exist it is only through the Constant Companion giving us life and experiencing everything with us. In quantum physics this is evident in the fact that we are all projections of Divine Consciousness or the Infinite I. For us to be it is only through the grace of the Constant Companion. I give thanks and praise for my blissful existence and wish everyone to see the same brilliance that is life.
Here is one of my journal entries pertaining to this:
Never alone, the only relationship of any true importance is with Divinity/Self which is eternally present and innately internal/within and the Source of All Experience – Subjectivity. To this Subjectivity all else is simply a fleeting experience that can be loved and appreciated free of judgment, yet the inner Presence of Subjectivity is unperturbed. Divine Awareness is unchanging and always present. There is peace in this realization, for the Presence is the very essence and source of love and comfort itself.