Shri Velukkudi Swamigalin Thiruppadhangalukku Adiyenin Aneka Koti Namaskarams
Swami. From many of your speeches, Adiyen understand that a Jiva should allow Paramatma to takeover him towards Moksha using his buddhi.
Though everyone has buddhi, all are not desirous of Moksha. Few people are not even aware of the term Moksha and they live as if what they live now is life.
So, there should be some other factor, which makes a person use his buddhi to choose the path of Moksha and allow God to takeover the control. What could be this factor?
Is it right if Adiyen say that a person’s Karma should permit him to use his buddhi in right path?
For example, there are people who strive hard to find food to satisfy their next hunger. Those people may or may not focus on such devotional things as they are always worried about their basic needs.
Whereas, few other people for whom the basic needs are ensured by God’s grace, due to some good karma in previous birth, gets some opportunity to think beyond routine life. He may or may not utilize this opportunity to choose path of Moksha.
The essence of Adiyen’s question is, “What factor makes a person to use his buddhi and allow God to take control over self in the path of Moksha? Is it one’s Karma?”
Sarvam Shri Krishnaarpanamastu!