SrI: SrImathE SatakOpAya nama: SrImathE rAmAnujAya nama: SrImath varavaramunayE nama:
teṣām ahaṁ samuddhartā
bhavāmi na cirāt pārtha
‘For those whose thoughts are centred in Me, soon
do I become their good Saviour from the ocean of deadly samsāra1‘.
Acts are of two kinds: (1) wordly acts undertaken with a view to obtain food etc., to support bodily existence; (2) spiritual acts (or veda-enjoined ceremonies) such as Yāga, gifts, Homa, penances etc., in short every kind of act, with (antecedent) motive; and (postcedent) aim. Whoso, spiritual-minded and keeping Me alone as their End, deliver up all their acts to Me, and in single devotedness and purpose, ever meditate on Me, and worship Me, —i. e., worship Me by all Such acts as meditation, worshipping with flowers etc., prostrating, praising, hymning etc., as if the very act is in itself the much-loved End.
To these, most speedily do I become the Mighty Deliverer from the ocean of death-like samsāra2 which is a barrier against souls reaching Me.
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