All this that
was written in the Oita is remarkably anticipatory of the copious modern literature about
repression and suppressed complexes.
Two verses from
great Sri Sankaras famous hymn Bhaja Govindam may here be read. They express the
practice of Hinduism prevailing now and for centuries past.
Sing the Gita, and the thousand names of God;
Continuously meditate on Lakshmis Lord;
Turn the mind to the company of the good;
Give away your wealth to the needy.
Trust yourself wholly to the lotus feet of the Teacher;
Freed from the shackles of samsaara,
With your senses and mind controlled in this manner,
You will see the God residing in your heart.
This is the last verse of the Bhaja Govindam hymns of Sri