Those who visit the Siddha Arut Kutil (at Thanjavur) for years, those who go pilgrimage, does abhisheka, archana, lit deepam, do prayers, lit moksha deepa, go on pilgrimage to Chathuragiri, pilgrimage on Shiva Rathri etc., in spite of all these, You are making us run without relieving us of the disease or poverty, is this fair? When children ask something to their Father, He seldom refuses. It is not enough to have removed the disease of one individual. It should be done for all of us. If that happens, progressing spiritually, dharma, Sathya all these will happen as you said. Is this fair for our Father of knowledge to say “we shall say later” and to give medicines that does not cure totally. Is this fair? This life is given by you. We can go on only if we are given dharmic thoughts right? For those who visit this Siddha Arut Kutil frequently in this prison of earth, please consider our good-deeds and change the rules of the heaven for us to get rid of the poverty and disease. Please suggest us the right medicines for the diseases. O Sire! This place is the right place. This path is the true path. True God. We are praying, while shivering out of fear. Please save us O Ishvara! Agatheeshwara! I am asking only you. Please reply!
AA) Through the grace of God Almighty, he says ‘cure the disease’. Not just him, no human understands where the disease is. It is right there in their minds. If that goes off, the bodily disease will also disappear. We are repeating ‘dharma, dharma, dharma’ right from the beginning. But as long as one thinks of keeping everything to themselves, the misery won’t end that easily. Another thing. Only after knowing one’s karmic effects, we remain silent in many an occasion. So, be it disease or some other problem, the reason why it came, when they see the effect, “Aha! It’s pitiful to see this person. He appears to be good. Why this suffering for him then?” they may say. But the one who knew his childhood might say, “Ha, what do you know about him? Do you know what all he did when young?”
The same way, “God Almighty, Us, the Navagrahas, see the effect of crores of his births and its karmas. “ Hence we repeatedly stress on, “dharma, it is the easiest path”. But if one remains in the clutches of his karmic effects and says, “no, I won’t come in the way of dharma”, it will seem as though a remedy is impossible. But we pray to God apart from all these and provide remedial measures.
“No, we haven’t got our problems solved after doing what was suggested in the Nadi” – if anyone feels so, they are free to approach some other Nadi, we frequently say this. We mentioned it before itself. What is a disease? What is the way out? We also said what is the way to get rid of poverty as well.
In short We say again: If one’s problems or misery did not get over even after praying to God or after doing remedial measures, it means that the bad karma still remains. Else, whatever he is supposed to do in terms of spirituality, his duty, is not sufficient.” If an individual makes himself stand in the court of his conscience and ask the judge (himself) as to why this came? What did we do? Why is this for us? – For sure he will know his mistakes. It is natural however to feel that he hasn’t done any mistake and that the punishment he is going through is way too much. But nothing happens without a reason in this world. Hence, if a problem is not solved, prayer, more dharmic way of action, implementation of Sathya – these are still required. This is what one needs to understand and should follow the path of dharma even more resolved. This is the meaning.