The word ‘bhajan’ means sharing. Sharing what? Sharing what the Divine stands for. The Divine is peace and you are peace you share that peace with the Divine. What is it that we can all share together? ONE SOUND! See, when we sing the same song or the same sound, it resonates in all the minds. But, when we think, each one thinks differently. That is why singing is called ‘Bhajan’ - because you can easily share that with everybody. That same sound everyone is singing, ‘Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya’ is in every mind, in every consciousness. So, if everyone is laughing, that is also ‘Bhajan’. Don’t think that only singing is ‘Bhajan’. Everyone together simply laugh, laugh your heads off - really laugh, rolling on the floor. That is ‘Bhajan’ too.
Avyavrat bhajanat - constantly share all that you have, its not that one day you sing bhajans, one day you share, the other days, you don’t. Have a sense of oneness with everything - share yourself with the trees, the mountains, the sky, with people, with animals.
Sharing your life is ‘Bhajan’.
Avyavrat bhajanat - uninterrupted sharing of all that you are.
Lokepi Bhagavadguna shravana keertanat Also, in the world, praise the Divine. Sing the glory of the Divine as one of your daily activities.
Lokepi (in your daily activity, in your normal life, in your social life);